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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fBBBSW i l 1 i I WIH mar f - Uk na The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR mi Volume X The following is n FRANKFORT list of discharges KY JANUARY 15 1887 Number 18 1 left by Dr Tames Q Hntohitt in care of Albort O Bncon Post No 83 G A R nt Frankfort Ky The parties intercRtl can have them by calling on V Berberich Post Ailiutnnt Honry Thornton Company A 122d Regiment U S Colored Infantry Lenndcr Wise Company C 9th Ken tucky Cnvnlry Volunteers Richard Gaines Corporal Company E 9th Kentucky Cavalry Volunteers Lear Green Company Gi ROth Regiment Kentucky Mounted Infantry Richard Foster Sergeant Company B lfith Regiment Kentucky Vaternns Robt It Fitzgerald Company E 80th Regiment Kentucky Mounted Infantry Harrison Ellis Company C Regiment Colqred Artillery Jos V Dernmbrun Compnny D 18th Regiment Kentucky Infantry W C Dernmbrun CampnnyD 18th Regiment Kentucky Infantry George Bade Company K 109 U S Colored Infantry Mason B Christopher Company C Oth Kentucky Cavalry Edward F Bacon Company C 9th Kentucky Cavalry Fielding Branson Compnny E 9th Kentucky Cavalry Jno J Burnett Company D Gth Ken- Â¬ tucky Infantry Jnmes F Anderson Company B 82d Kentucky Volunteers Jno Aldrich Company A U S Color- ed Infantry William P Akir 2d Sergeant Company IK 80th Kentucky Mounted Infantry Daniel Brown Company D 123 U S Colored Infantry Preston Hampton Company C 9th Kentucky Cavalry Michael Howard Company K fith U S Cavalry N Hawkins Company K 12th U S Heavy Artillery David Harris Compnny F 12th US Heavy Artillery Turned H Holder Company E 9th Kentucky Cavalry Robt Jackson Company I 114 Regi ment Henry Jent Company F 14th Kentucky Cavnlry Alexander Jackson Company H 124 U S Colored Infantry Win Lilly Hth Kentucky Cavalry Napoleon Mefford 9th Kentucky CavalryJames M Miller 9th Kentucky Cavalry Armstend Mills Company C 124th U S Colored Infantry John Meredith Company F 22d Kentucky Infantry Joseph McGuiro 1st Sergeant Compa Â¬ ny D 8th Kentucky Infantry Georgo W F Maxwell Company F 9th Kentucky Cavalry James T Marshall Company C 2d Kentucky Cavalry Franklin R Moss Company C 9th Kentuuky Cavalry Stephen Maeoy Company C 114th Regiment U S Colored Infantry Samuel MoManus Company I 50th Regiment Infantry George W Hnll 22d Kentucky InfanÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jefferson H Hall Company E 7th Kentucky Veterans William H Oliver Company C 9th Kentucky Cavalry Robt Owens Company E 9th Ken tucky Cavalry Charles Smithey Company D 122d U S Colored Infantry Georgo Penu Compnny I 119th U S Colored Infantry Albert Smith Company G 123d U S Colored Infantry Alfred M Sullivan Company K fith Kentucky Infantry a charivari but I have promised to protect him It seems our tnrnpike has struck a snag in tho person of one Win Crutcher The contractors have built up to Mr Crutchers fence on each side of his farm and there they are stuck This is u case of eleven contrary men ivc Brother Roberts preached to a large congregation at ojrschool house last Sunday Our district school is about busted The professor struck out a day or two before Christmas and has not been heard of since Brother Lewis if you hear anything of him please communicate with Capt Wm N Tracy Chairman Board of School Trustees and lie will pity for this ad vertisement If any body should ask the Round Â¬ about man now we stand for Ropre sentatlvejusttell them gently James Andrew almost to a man Mr Polk Tracy is very sick with try quinzy Benj M Jolly 9th Kentucky Cavulry Mr Louis Harrison Dennis will French L Neal Company A 80th Kenshortly wed a young lady of Kalama Â¬ tucky Infantry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They are coming and dont you forget our own and only Georgia Minstrels Ayers Hair Vigor improves the the mammoth and unapproachable minstrel beauty of the hair and promotes its organization of the nineteenth century be growth It imparts an attractive ap fore whose resplendent fnme all other pearance a delightful and lasting troupes how their heads in humiliation of They arc the Famous Georgians perfume It stimulate- - the roots spirit have set the pattern which scores of cleanses the scalp and proves itself who companies have feebly imitated hut have to be the best and cheapest article for never equaled And this superb organizatoilet use tion for the season of 18S6 and 1887 has been remodeled enlarged and improved so that it is better than ever before There are six of the finest comedians ever gath Very sultry weather ered on one stage and lour of the boss Corn planting about over end men of the minstrel world whose jokes and funnyisms convulse with laugh Everybody filling their ice houses ter while they do not offend good taste by Now is the time to turn oh ex Â¬ any of the objectionable duuli e entendre cuse me I thought I was in Bridge Â¬ which stamp with the seal of public con demnation other minstrel troupes Then port the music the orchestra the singing Well its settled listen Sergeant nothing like it was ever heard except at Martin Nolan U S A and Mrs J the entert linments of these refined expo Rake nee Goad wore married Jan nents of minstrelsy 7th Hev Father Young officiating Opera House January 19 The Sergeant stands in holy terror of it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Guide but know and ad Â¬ mire our butter milk hunter and jam who is one of the most punc tual of men to keep his word about visiting The ouestlon that is asritntimr the minds of this community is where did the turkeys come from that were killed at the shooting last Saturday Miss Sallle Johnson of Cedar Chap Â¬ el is visiting her sister Mrs Jennie Ilearn We are glad to report that prayer meetings will begin again in our neighborhood The next mooting will bo on Sunday night next at Mr Lee Owens There are said to be more wild ducks on Elkhorn creek thnn has been known for years S Postal Â¬ Wo cant find Pctrosky In tire U dressed it this week nnd it is doing very well Mr Henry Church last week sold to Noel Joffers a lot of fat hogs at 1 cents delivered SANTA -A-W- Joe Calvert of Long Branch visiting his friends George and Matt Sullivan this week Master Buford Partee of Frank- Â¬ fort is visiting his aunts Mrs Mag Slasher and Miss Bettie Gaines this Mr Is week We had tho pleasure of meeting the Forks correspondent ist week He wears his honors with the dignity of a retired Army Officer on half pay 1 McOLITEEB R K McCLUKE Has a full and complete stock of-- The Monarchs of the Minstrel World Gift Books Pea Ridge Â¬ Toy Books POETICAL BOOKS Â¬ Â¬ Last evening Charles L Davis Alvin Joslin company appeared at the Grand before a fine audience Mr Davis as Uncle Alvln was inex Â¬ pressibly funny and kept the audi Â¬ ence in a roar His orchestra is a splendid one and the soloists were compelled to respond to several en Â¬ cores Mr Davis was finely support Â¬ ed and the play was the hit ot the season It will be repeated at a matinee this afternoon and for the last time this evening The play should be seen by every one as it Is enjoyable in the extreme Syracuse Daily Journal Opera House two nights Jan 21 and 22 Dr S F Smith lias discontinued the publication of his temperance pa Â¬ per the Truthful Witness Xmas Cards Blocks Games Etc Other useful presents such as Silk Umbrellas Pocket Books Pen Knives Slippers c k Holiday Goods LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 4 I Stricken With Blindness A Kalamazoo Mich Jett Iii tnrkoy shooting at Jetts last Saturday Mr Lair of Virginia will bo over sour for Mr Mason in tho futuro Mr Hob Williams having resigned The cold spell of the Inst few days lias found lots of the farmers with nothing to do That Is it has been too cold to do anything A rogue of some description made a raid on Col Tom Jetts lien house Saturday and stole one turkey and two ganders Lay all past records aside let them Look at tho he buried in oblivion present Who is the best man to serve us Taylor So say we all now and ought to and will on election day Miss Lottie Hearn has returned from a visit to friends In Fayette county Hev Polk South hitched his horse to a fence in front of Mr Sam Souths residence last week and the horse got loose ran oil and broke lite front leg so badly it had to bo killed It was a quite a valuable animal Telegraph Cents Reporter gives the following state Â¬ 25 Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 6 ment of Dr C Francoise the well Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 25 Cents 25 known veterinary surgeon of that Cents city in reference to a caso of blind Â¬ 25 Dozen Hemstitched Colored Border at 33 ness The Doctor says zoo Success to you Lou Four years ago last spring little If youll tell me who that young la Â¬ Willie the four year old son of Mr dy and gent were promenading Peter Do Witt a relative of mine Devils Hollow at 10 p m Thursday residing at that time in Milwaukee Si 25 White and colored at 50 cts 75 cts 150 175 I will quit GllANDUCCI was taken with the Wisconsin measles The disease struck in on Ayers Sarsaparilla is the most po Â¬ him and the poor SILK AND CASHMERE tent blood purifier and a fountain oL LITTJK FELLOW WAS LEFT BLIND health and strength Be wise in Distinguished physicians in Mil Â¬ From Fifty Cents to Five Dollars time All baneful infections are waukee and Chicago were consulted promptly removed by this unequalled and said that nothing could be done alterative for him and that blinded thus early he would continue sightless during Cedar Grove his entire life While at Hot Springs Mr De Witt had heard the S S S Our center for we cannot boast of remedy manufactured at Atlanta New Shapes and Beautiful Colors from 25 Cents to 100 a village is situated about seven spoken of very highly How it hap Â¬ miles from Frankfort at the foot of pened I dont know for S S S is CASSELL HUDSON HUMPHRIES a Dig hill not guaranteed to cure blindness We have both a day school and a but by some happy chance it was de Sunday school the former taught by elded to test its efficacy in Willies Prof A G Hodges Wo had a caso By the time lie had taken a Christmas tree which we all enjoyed bottle anil a half his eyes had so far recovered that he could play out of especially the little folks doors After taking four bottles he The Roundabout Is at all times a was completely cured His eyes CHEAP FLOUR PUBLIC IS UEREUV NOTIFIED THAT I welcome visitor among us seemed perfectly sound and have THE bought from Mrs Adtlle iarrett admin istratrix or E Whltesldes deceased his entire COMPTON MACKLIN Bonv January 8th to Mr Jack continued so ever since Interest In the Here Willie Willie come here Church and wife a daughter Market street uro selling all grades of doctor suddenly to an Miss Claudle Sullivan spent Satur Â¬ shouted the boy dressed in knicker Â¬ Furniture and Undertaking day and Sunday visiting friends In active little bockers who was playing in the in this section street Miss Annie L Hodges is visiting This is Willie De Witt His AT THE FOLIOWINC UNHEARD OF IKICE her sister Mrs Katie Tutt of Emi Â¬ father used to be a railroad conduc Â¬ And have sold one half Interest In my business to L F C best patent 260 BEAU tor but lie is out West now on busi Â¬ nence second patent TY Fancy ness and Willie is staying with us 240 Mrs Bowman Stone entertained a until he gets back He goes to the XXXX Straight 210 S 200 XX number of young people Saturday 160 Graham Flour 250 Buckwheat every evening in honor of her sister Miss East Avenue schooltrouble day and Flour 3fio Meal 15 cents per peck never has the least And hereafter the style of the llnn will be with his Sallle Trlplett of Stedmanville Hay 80 cents per bale Corn 50 cents per eyesight See his eyes looks as well builiel Oats 40 cents per bushel Mill Mr Dick Dalley while visiting in as yours or mine STATEN DEHONEY feed at rock bottom prices Remember Scott last week had the flesh torn Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas Â¬ the place from his left hand by the explosion es mailed free And the business will be continued at the old stand C0MPT0N MACKLIN gun cartridge Fortunately no of a Tun Swift Specific Co Drawer ot Whltesldes Stat en No 218 St Clair street JAS T STATEN Dec 4 im U bones were broken Dr Thompson 8 Atlanta Ga 157 W 23d St N Y May 8 tf SILK HANKERCHIEFS 1 I MUFFLERS NECKWEAR Â¬ NOTICE BUSINESS W A T T ENT ION I ftl Flour Meal c DEHONEY f mm u f 1 fr SJH X lxtt SUJV T ttttoiWME bJ- - jT 7f wraHK OflTlW WMtT WS J KRAMFUKT ROUNDABOUT KterciSSrKeltucky GEORGE A LEWIS T Mr Cubbell Conway litis pur chased the residence of the late Mm Bettlo Monroe on Campbell street I Bciitoc ancL IF ttblieiier lf 1887 Â¬ FRANKFORT JANUARY There are only ninety seven appli Â¬ cants for the position of letter car- Â¬ rier in this city As there aro only three to be appointed a large major- Â¬ ity will bo left selling liquor without obtaining license from the county court before takingout city license were tried before Judge Thomson yesterday Several cases for The post office will hardly be removed to the Government Huilding on the first of February Council of the Royal The Grand Templars of Temperance will meet in this city on this 10th of February While skating on Benson one day last week Mr R Henry Gaylefell on the lee and broke his arm embodiment of refined and dignified womanhood After the words had been pronounced that made them man and wife tho happy couple left the church and entering their carriage were driven to the union depot where they entered the south bound train and started for Fort Worth They will visit Galveston and several cities of southern Texas Our customers and the trade generally appreciate the low prices we before their return At the church Messrs W N Ilarben C E Perry have offered for the past fifteen days and bought liberJohn Hanna and Jim Boyd officiated an ushers and acquitted themselves ally We still have a very large stock that wc as only such gentlemen can The want to unload and shall continue the sale presents were numerous ana valua Â¬ ble that of the groom being a beau- Â¬ tiful gold watch set with diamonds Cut Sale Conti nueri Â¬ -- t - The new board of Turnpike Com Â¬ missioners met on Tuesday and organized by the election of S M Tlnsley President and W S Dchoney Secretary The board meets again on the 25th inst at Mr Thos L DeLime has bought of which time the presidents of all the Mrs Mary Brown Day one half of pikes in the county have been noti- Â¬ her double frame residence on Cross fied to be present street for 170 The City Council will hold a spe Â¬ Mrs Runyan lias rented her resi Â¬ cial meeting on Tuesday evening dence in this city and will shortly for the purpose of hearing the agent remove to New Haven Connecticut of a fire alarm system as to the merits to reside of the one represented by him Since m Co have so many telephones have been taken Messrs E H Taylor Jr removed their oflice from St Clair out a fire alarm system of some kind street to their distillery premises in is badly needed in this city and It Is to be hoped the Counll will order Leestown one at an early day m Mr T J Coiitfleton has purchas- Â¬ There has been considerable excite- Â¬ ed from Mrs M T Runyan u lot 50 by 200 feet on the corner of Ann and ment among the colored people for Mem streets upon which her school the past few days on account of a house stands and will erect a resi Â¬ rumor that the late Harry Smith had been given poison which produced dence upon it his death Chief of Police Lillis and We are glad to be able state that Officer Henry Brown took the mat- Â¬ Gen James A Dawson has sufficient Â¬ ter in hand yesterday and after in Â¬ ly recovered from the stroke of vestigating it thoroughly concluded paralysis from which lie has been that there was not sufficient ground guttering the past two months to re- Â¬ for exhuming the body for a post turn to Colorado mortem examination -- THE GROOM Denison two years ago since which time he has beeli engaged as book Â¬ keeper in the State National In addition to holding this important and lucrative position he is also pro Â¬ prietor of one of the largest drug establishments in the city having bought the business of Lucillius Price situated at 235 Main street about two months ago He is a gen Â¬ tleman not only of ample means but of good business capacity and sterling integrity THEimiDE Was born in Frankfort Kentucky and came to Denison four years ago She has filled four terms as a teacher in the High School of this city in which she has given unequivocal satisfaction She is n young lady of more than ordinary physical beauty refined and dignified deportment and an exceedingly amiable disposition The Gazetteer joins wifh the many friends of both bride and groom in wishing them a long life of uninter rupted happiness Is a native of Missouri He came to UNTIL JANUARY 15TH 1887 25 Per Cent less than Old Prices in all Departments POSITIVELY FOR CASH CRUTCHER An Efficient Remedy In recognized mid tho medical profession and prescribed In many thousands of families for the past forty years it hits been regarded ns an invaluable household remedy It is a preparation that only requires to be taken In very small quantities and a few doses of it administered in the early stages of a cold or cough will effect a speedy cure and may very possibly suvc life Thcro is no doubt whatever that -- STARE OHIO DR W I EELLEY OF CINCINNATI WILL DE AT THE Pectoral by Ad buch it is Bronchial and Pulmo- Â¬ nary Affections is Aykks CIIKKKY nil cases of CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JANY SATURDAY PBBY SATURDAYMARGH HLIND und 15 1887 12 1887 12 1887 Personals Mr J M Kerr editor of the Jessa Â¬ mine Journal was in the city Mon- Â¬ day Mr Jas A Hodges of the Louis Â¬ ville Republican the new paper to be started in Louisville was In the city on Monday and Tuesday H M Wlnslow Esq of Carroll ton was in the city Wednesday Dr E M Nell and family left Wed Â¬ nesday morning for Logan county to reside Mrs Thomas Rodman jr spent Wednesday with friends In Lagrange Mrs Margaret Owen Is lyingvery all at the residence of her Mr David Nicol on Logan street Mrs J Ji Brooks of Richmond is visiting relatives in this city Mrs K C Berry is visiting friends Jn Alexandria Va Mr W T Runyan has gone to Kansas City Missourito live Dr J K Nell and family will leave next week for their old home In Adair county to reside Mrs J C Greenup left Thursday jmorning for Louisville to join her husband and Will reside in that city in future Mr Albert S Deitzmnn Business Manager ofj the Louisville CommerÂ¬ cial was in the city yesterday Col A M Swope of Lexington was In tho city yesterduy Mrs Mag Graham has about recov- Â¬ ered from he recent dangerous Ill Â¬ son-in-la- w Ayers Cherry Pectoral Hos preserved the lives of pxent numbers of persons by arresting the development of Dr Kelly makes a Bneclulty of caring BLKEDINO Messrs Mastin Bros will remove their agricultural implement estab- Â¬ lishment from Ann street to the warehouse on Main street adjoining the engine house some time next month Marrs and Miss Ada Gray an eloping couple from the Alton neighborhood were married at the Bulir Hotel at one oclock Monday morning by Rev G F Mr W H Bagby m The entertainment given by the Marie Prescott Company at the Opera House on Wednesday evening was one of the finest performances we have had In many a day Miss Pres cotts rendition of Czeka was splendid and so charmed the large audience present that she was called before the curtain at the end of each act Her support was first class and should the Company return here in the near future they will be greeted by an overflowing house and Influenza ailments peculiarly inci- Â¬ dental to childhood and youth Prompti- Â¬ tude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of the utmost importance The loss of a single day may In many cases entail fatal consequences Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful efficacy while the malady is constantly gaining a deeper hold but take at once the speediest and most certain to cure and Pulmonary Consumption nnd bv the euro of those dangerous maladies ft should be kept ready for use in every family where there are children as it is a medicine fur superior to all others in the treatment of Croup the alleviation of WhooplngCough and thecuro of Colds Laryngitis Bronchitis Pneumonia ITCHING PILES the Erinkeiholl System and a cure Is guaran Â¬ teed In ever wise ot lilts NO KNIFE 18 USED I NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED I NO CHLOROFORM IS USED By 1 1 FISTTJIluA IN A1NO Is cured FISMJKKS Cured without cutting or tearing RECTAL ULCER The great bune of humanity Is cured If the pa jtlent does not will too lute This is the grtutest secret enemy of mankind und a disease ot which little or nothing was known liefoie the 1J1UNK EUUOFF dlbcoeries Mirny imtlents am troubled with constipation or occasional attack of UJurrtieu lumo back headache dyspepsia ltchlr g Increased utnleht kldnerand bladder trouble that are not aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel it is now a weu tstuunsnea inci inui many ais eases of the stomuch liver klduiy bludder womb and nervous sstem are eittitr caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FlbSUHE or RECTAL ULCER REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort RICHARD FEltdlBON Frankfort J M WITUROW Lexlrgton Dr Kelley can be found at his Cincinnati offlotr every day ot each week except FRIDAY and SAT Â¬ Ayers Cherry Pectoral Dr J PREPARED BY C Ayer Co Lowell Mas Sold by all Druggists Dr U V Williams was so unfor- Â¬ The friends of Rev G O Barnes tunate as to fall on the Hoor of the have purchased a lot in the Cemetery lteck porch of his residence on Steele so that his wish to be laid to street Sunday night and break his here in our beautiful city of rest the hip The Doctor is peculiarly unfor- Â¬ dead may be complied with when tunate in this respect as he has had he dies several falls in the last few years in- Â¬ juring his lame limb every time Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather Charles L Davis Judge A E Richards of this city Alvin Joslln company drew the was in Carlisle when the fire occurred largest audience of the season at the Mr there on Tuesday night and heading Opera asHouse last evening jolly Uncle Alvin was as Davis the bucket brigade worked like a and as funny as ever and kept the trooper until the flames were extin Â¬ audience laughing most of the time guished and took the boys by storm The orchestra which belongs to the Â¬ was the ever fThe Judge always knows how to companythis city finest soloistslistenwere ed to in The do the right thing at the right time obliged to respond to repeated en- Â¬ cores Mr Davis was well support- Â¬ M Hewitt a former ed by the members of his company Hon John gentleman off He is Frankfort boy was elected Seaker stage a very geniiilon and knows the as well us the of the Arkansas House of Represent Â¬ the secret of making friends as well atives on Tuesday He was Adjutant as of advertising He is a great adÂ¬ Children FOR PITCHERS Pamphlets describing these diseases and tlil mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ dressing URDAY W I KELLEY M Wg 376 West Serenth St Cincinnati 0 3T CONSULTATION FREE ness Mrs M J ewls returned Satur Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville Miss Sue Robinson is lying very ill with consumption at her fathers res idence in South Frankfort FARM FOE SALE A fastoria Centaur IJinlmeut is the most woiiderful Pain Curer th world lias ever known containing four rooms lot 75 by Wl feet lo-Â¬ cated on Cross street formerly the property of Mrs Frances Campbell wm sen enner pornon or BS OAYLE as a whole For terms apply to H R Williams Dec 18 of the Fifth Kentucky Cavalry Fed Â¬ eral during the war and the young- Â¬ est son of the late Judge J M Hewitt for many years a prominent eitifcen of tlils place Harry Smith the well known bat1 one of the most useful and prom- Â¬ inent of our colored citizens died on Tuesday morning last in the flOth year of his age He wan a half broth Â¬ er of the late Peter Smith and of Tab Smith both of whom were lead Â¬ ers among their people The funeral was preached at St Johns A M E Church on Wednes Â¬ day last at 2 oclock p m and was largely attended ter mirer of diamonds and probably possesses more of these precious stones than any other person in the country He is said to be worth 250000 Which he made outofhfs play He haspurchased 40000worth of diamonds since he was in Rome last season including an elegant Ma Â¬ sonic cross a pair of ear rings and a pair of bracelets By the way Mr Davis is the father of a brand new boy He says he wants to name him Alvin Joslin but his wife objects Mrs Davis is in New York at present and will not join her husband for sometime All who know the Jo- Â¬ vial actor will wish that he and his family may live long and prosper Il6m Daily Sentinel Opera House January 21 and 22 MARK At tho homu of the bride near Swttzer this countr on Wednesday January 12th 1887 Mr Wm Hdwahd utid Miss MartT Mbkma FORHKPRE8ENTATIVE We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT us u cttudldute for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the ACRES BOTTOM LAND THE BALANCE tine tobacco land known as the old Uuw Mucey place with one of the best built frame houses In the ouuUy containing- six rooms to Â¬ gether with all necessary outbuildings upon It A line young orchard In goed beurlug containing apple par and other fruit trees It lies ou the - ae adU 330 FINE FARM- - OF OKIES PEAKS MILL PIKE Xy convenient to schools churches and mills in j Is well watered by Main Elkhoin and smaller streams For term apply on the premises Mas D G TIUHONS seven miles from Frankfort Democratic party nAfrmn FORklt SALE TltI im PAWKinV Wit WOODFOKD COUNTl FOR SALK FAKM Far Sale j GRJ3T AND HOMINY MILLS MA chlnery all new used only eight months For particulars apply to MILAM McKKE 318 Muln street up stairs JEWEL- tf 1843 1886 At the annual meeting of the stock Â¬ h it Tk Ijl w- t holders of the Capital Gas and Elec Â¬ tric Light Company held at the 6f January ce of the Company Jan 10th Inst Married the following gentlemen were elected directors for the ensuing year Gen at D W Llndsey E L Humunl J W the Pruett Pat McDonald W C Hern don Gen D W Lindsey was re elected President Mr E L Samuel was re-Â¬ elected Secretary and Treasurer and Mr Sam J Shea was re elected Superintendent -- Of Ncvl land about SO acres are fresh and ready for hemp or tobaccov The Improvements are mod Â¬ erate plenty of water and In u geod neighbor- Â¬ hood It adlolns the lands of Dr J R McKee and OR KENT Mr Bernard Gratz and Is In sight of the celebrat- Â¬ We clip following account of ed Weedburn Farm of Jne A Alexander Esi the wedding of Miss Mittle Venable CINCIN ItwosJdraakea fine homo fraa plyslaian It FIRM Or SMITH 4 NIXON OF FRAME DWELLING CONTAINING NINE sold ou reasonable terms established an agency in rooms smoke formerly of this city from tho Denl- - outbuildings cistern Clulr house and necessary XHE Ohio having call the attention of tile will besne wishing to make Inquiries about the Any desires to on Ststreet APPly to place can addsess meat Imlneacc Henry Co Ky public to their thoroughly nrst dasB plaron Sunday Gazetteer of son Tex FRANK OHINN AtPy at Law or WEBEK FOR RICH QUALITY OF Any one wishing to examln tie farss can call on1 THE LWAN MeEKEvlMStClalrSt- 2d tone combined with durability and perfection Mr John Morris or Mr Sam Saivent living of action is acknowledged by artists of note un-Â¬ near by who will shew ihem over It The wedding of Mr WM W BAILEY surpassed Exr ef Robert Sargent decU Lee Duncan and Miss Mittle Vena Â¬ The Xrasleh Baeb fer purity of tone and perfection elegance of finish thoroughness and ble was ceJebfated Tuesday at 2 ot their new overstrung scale ranks then among oclock p m the Presbyterian the foremost pianos of the age HAVE A FINK FRESH MILK COW WITH There n no instru Â¬ The Peek Son Opera presence of a house I heifer calf three weeks old Church In for sale ment known to the public that has gained such full of friends Rev II M Whullng Jan 10 3t Una W T DUDLEY widespread popularity in so jtnort a time as the Opera pastor of the church officiated The It stands uurlvukd Also the Kurtz THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN DULY qualified by the Franklin County Coort as the man Meister A Son and others and uil first bride was attired in a traveling cos- Â¬ class organs As none but a musician can do executors of the wll of H 11 Marruy deed tume of wood brown All persona Indebted to the decedent are rewe have selected J O HAUER Justice to pianos as our local agent and solicit your patronage quested to make promt t payment to us andÂ¬ cloth trimmed with plush galoons those having claims against the decedents es COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS AND K1TCK through him looked and wore a hat to match tate are called on to present them properly NIXON en lot 60 by 200 feet located on Conway 8MITH JAS A MURRAY plan at proven even better than usual As she stood Btreet South Frankfort Hydrant and good cis- Instruments sold on the installment JNO W MURRAY the moderate aud specially holiday prices before the minister she looked tho tern In IB tl yard For terms apply at this office Executors Dec Dec U tf PIANOS HOLIDAY gent in bin Uftf The farm layaon the pike lead Â¬ ing from McKeeli on tie Versailles and Frankfort pike to ratz on the Lexington und Frankfort pike and conWIiiH EXECUTOR OF ROHERT SARGENT DE ASceased I will sell the nrra ovfuerf by said Sar Â¬ 8a ACRES the FOR SALE - PRICES A COW FOR SALE EXECUTORS NOTICE I camels hair and I A IPS is Sw fj i ri JJfo 1 - J I c i EH E Maria and Isabel lively as room here To any one acquainted with denco In South Frankfort by Rov G H and enjoying themselves the building trade I need not say work Burks making it pleasant for us Evi- Â¬ here in the spring will be plentiful Tho Council ol a I find the cold spell wo had last dence where change Is seen on the Main surveysCitybe made has ordered two more to to the on street the modem brick store and place whore the Colored Fort Hill Monday morning extended to this KHANKFORT KY JANUARY 10 1887 Normal School is the neat frame dwelling with the old to place killing garden stuff such as be erected to sco if thoy can get a beans tomatoes Ac The hotol lias fashioned Kentucky hewed log house are cheaper and more practicable road than side by side As to sidewalks each man a garden in which there are bunch tho llrst survey Letter From Florida noes beans large euough to eat also peas Some mat wnicn is right in Ms own eyes arc made of plank some brick and raddishes tomatoes as large as Orlando Pla Jan 8 1887 Forks of Elklioru ashes of good sized marbles and new pota- - others ofHich license different levels and Dear Roundabout widths orevaib here and ne notei nas an orange grovo there are only four saloons in town but I wonder who has blotted a leaf I promised a number of friends to HH H Miss Mamie Gallihue who has been write them of my trip here and my attached of one or two Iiundred they do their work well Judging by their trees opinion of tho country c In the guests which Is for the free use of its effect on the people Saturday night a quite sick is better beginning will say this is my first oranges The trees are loaded with stranger might be excused for saying there I eat a dozen or more a were forty four Good order generally Regular services at Providence letter for a newspaper morning day Our little girl when told that prevails for which Decatur is indebted to I left Frankfort in company with they were Miss Burdcll Bedford of Jetc is visiting free said she would knock efficient and gentlemanly marshal who my wife- and daughters Eflle and half Mary Keith the morning of tho tth try of them off At first this coun- Â¬ acts on the principle that gentlemen will in this community was a mystery to me but in keep order and others must on the 8 oclock train Came by way Thanks to the Kentuckian Citizen for of Louisville Nashville Montgom- Â¬ studying It I find that anything can forTramps seem to have selected this place the papers a Worlds Convention So great a nuibe grown here that is congenial to ery Ala Pensacola River Junction Mr Kennedy sance the soil the pastor of and Baldwin to this place Got here if they and climate the year round one of had they become that Tramps the Wednesday for California and family left the churches made have plenty of rain The 8 oclock p in Thursday being at subject of his soil Mr Marion Feuherstcn has been con- Â¬ three days and two nights making sandy All requires a great deal of Whatever may be discourse one Sunday this wanderrain trip We thought we made slow evergreens the trees shrubs c are ing fraternity theirsaid against of geography fined to the house for a week with sick- Â¬ the knowledge The time but find we got here earlier also evergreens orange trees are is superb distances to or from any locvn in ness It is a grand sight the States by rail than expected by our friends who A great deal of corn is now coming into the country chances of beating or river amount of fare Â¬ through here for Frankfort being hauled did not look for us until the next in firstthe their way and characwhere orunireisLrmvn tnlnnk nr ter of people for giving away square meals day at 11 or 12 oclock hence we the it seems Dont forget your promises to assist us in walked in and took them by sur of them We never endinc ornvp are all well known to this class gathering up the news came through one prise They expected us by way of Please give me something to eat on grove hundred and looking I saw a man in the doorway a regHurry up that railroad We are very Jacksonville St Johns river and eighty of old trees of one of the acres both sides road ular old stager O yes sir Why hello anxious out here to see her pass through Smdford When did you leave FrankAs a whole we had a very pleasant the cars had been running through a its Elder Edward Trabue is conducting a Birmimr- - protracted meeting trip fell in with a number of old swamp for some distance when it fort Where arc you eoinir in our village this besides forming a great entered this grove it was a grand ham on to nights freight acquaintances sight jumping from one extreme to some ten years ago a young man was week Good crowds have been in attend- Â¬ number of new ones from the East another ance every night sent from Louisville to Frankfort for highWest and South If you think a scribble from me way robbery to serve a ten years sentence Now is the time for all delinauents of We were greatly disappointed in now and then worth uuttinir in vnur He was well known to Frankfort people this community who are indebted to this Wo expected in leav- Â¬ paper the weather and building paper to pay up ing in running South to gradually I may writethe spirit will move me especially to those engaged inescaped up Florida as I view it Being uncertain whether he or The village has a new express It ar cold weather behind us Of course leave the his name We arrived at Nashville 7 or 730 p enough to I have not been here long served his term recognized will not be given liyes every Tuesday and Saturday and readily by most will continue until after the election see much I am for but he will be The in Tuesday at which place we took neami not to invest in anything of Frankforts mechanics demand for liquid goods is- great at least a sleeper and knew nothing of the here not even There are several good hotels here a outside until we got up next morn Â¬ This is written for winter home Without slighting the others I may men- the shippers think so each and every tion the ing and dressed for breakfast at oneo my friends to The young people of the- neighborhood Hotel Bismarck This hotel save writing unfortunately placed Being near is have had a series of social gatherings dur- Â¬ Montgomery Ala when to our individually to the utter astonishment we found four or I promised each one depot it often happens that the L which have furnished N ing the holidays some live inches of snow Hot to Fensa semi them a box of of my friends to train comes in just as a M C freight them a great deal of enjoyment The last oranges and will train backs up in front of the Bismarck of these delightful entertainments was cola about 2 oclock p in same day will and found about same depth of snow say I until not forget them but will and so shuts off dinner from the hungry given at the residence of Mr John Bowen wait toward spring for fear air chilly and heavy At the last they will freeze while on the way passengers who have to- make out at the last Thursday night A very large crowd lunch stand And right here is a chance was in attendance and every one had a named place we changed cars for Yours truly to make money Die host and hostess strive to Buy the knife that manu- good time Itiver Junction which is the termi- Â¬ John E Miles factures those sandwiches at any price render all happy and how they succeeded N road in Florida nus of the L Then get hold of a ham theres millions any one can tell An elegant supper was To our surprise we still found snow in it I can assure you sir that two served and the fun was protracted till far Alabama Letter and ice over the whole face of the thicknesses of ham from that dreadful into the night Dkcatiik Ala Jan i 1887 tarth Up to night the pine trees knife would not make one thickneis of this and smaller undergrowth drooping Editor Roundabout named the Travelers Terror the heaviest sleet I have ever Sir Decatur is a small town on the paper 1are two itfirst class with There papers here seen even in Kentucky I could not right hank of the Tennessee river where the Decatur News and the Tennessee Valstand on the platform while the it is crossed by the L N railroad ley It need not be said train was standing without becoming which road is crossed by the Memphis cratic In the copies I they are Demosend you the Charleston road so thai this is a central editors larrup verv much chilled We took supper those people who get their Â¬ point of travel having four trunk lines printing done in other cities with two at De Funiuck Springs Saw nothing of the place but tho hotel It is Iriiin East West North and South center printing offices in town Are there not splendid It is here the Chautauqua ing here places like Decatur Not knowing Within the last few months a boom other Circle meets every year They meet struck how the editors would like it I did not town estate not hre if I am nextmistaken the 15th the acrethenow sells Real the foot bought by tell them what might possibly interest by and prices them that I kiJow how they can increase Wo breakfasted of February up and the transactions of a single at Live Oak found quite a contrast going amount to hundreds of thousands of the circulation of their respective papers week If Decatur has as large a population as was in the hotels at the two places There dollars snow and ice gone but we found the For example a lot bought for 700 now told me why then at least one third are visiting other States and took their houses the atmosphere chilly and heavy readily sells for 1000 a house and lot for there is not an empty house in The most of the houses in Florida sold for 4000 with plenty more along 1700 especially among the poorer classes cases of still greater difference between the town Building and Loan Society members will have no chimneys or fire places in prices paid be onsequence all along the way even That Decatur is destined to he a great ing interested in the operations of the BuildWhat to this place those who had no fire manufacturing center is beyond doubt and thinkAssociation here bonus for would they of pawng 100 and places had log fires built out doors any one who wishes to engage in business the Alabama S32 on of that over which big little old and young cannot make a mistake by coming here as Weather springinterest Soil top Alabama like red were hovering From Pensacola to the town is mod certain to grotv and that clay Traveler taking the sleeper Wednesday night rapidly On the banks of the river about three cold all the way there we were very The most wonderful Pain being but one little wood stove in the fourths of a mile from town the immense Among tlie Colored CUl- Curer the world has ever works Charmiddle of the car We got to Bald Â¬ coal of the Alabama Chemical zens will Your known Company aie being constructed under win at 11 oclock Thursday on the the efficient be returned if not found management of the president G road Fouud the weather L A Il Y G II B Col Johnson as represented We found some warmer the of the company indebted for to whose I am a few facts weather to get warmer and warmer politeness company and its objects Our peace was disturbed on Tuesday as we ran soutli from Baldwin but aoout the The company have alieady contracted morning by that unwelcome visitor Children Cry for Pitchers found it necessary to have fires in our for denth who like a 40000 cords of wood Irom which they prowling nt mid night black Dromedary Castoria rooms after getting here which was will extract alcohol and tar and the charthe early dawn and Thursday night Friday coal will be used in the manufacture nt mid day knocks at tho door of the 8 oclock of humble peasant stops tho beggar on the morning was very pleasant Went iron an overcoat took a Fifty kilns are being built thirty feet highway stoops his tyranical head and out without buggy ride with Miss Isabel Lindsoy in diameter twenty leet high all of brick enters the palace of the King the Presi who insisted on my going with her laid in cement and all their works are of dent the Judge the Statesman and car ries away our nearest While on this ride the sun came out the most solid description nothing tran entered the house of and dearest ties Henry Smith who beautiful and warm about like one sient They have sitrelv come to stiv was 50 years of our April or May days Lust lapt Drake of Calera a gentlemen who ed by all who old much loved and respectplace night about dark we had one of our is evidently an expert at the business has be hard to fill knew him asHis memberwill mf I m bM fUasVH After Fori yean especially a of charge of the brick work in the Kentucky spring showers This TKS vvivAiivi experience Hundred preparation of mora As there i no brick yard here all the the Missionary Society for he was a faithmorning it is cloudy and chilly than Ono ful and financial member of said society Thousand applications for patents in wearing overcoats when out and bricks used are shipped lroni Nashville 122 His funeral was preached- by Rev Wui BW H the United Slates and Ipreign conn miles distant VIat a harvest for a brick Crowdus of Nioholnsville and Rev fires in the rooms tries the publishers of tho Scientlno American continno to act as solicitor For fear of making this too long I maker for patents caveats trade marks copy Â¬ There are a large number of strangers Mitchell Pastor Independent Baptist rights etc for the United States and find I will have to cut it short and here Church Frankfort Funeral took place to obtain patents in Canada England I ranee hold some back for some other time trades principally workmen of various at St Johns A M E Church which was Germany and all other countries Their expert and callings traders speculators filled to its utmost ence is uneqaaled and their facilities are unsur- The people of Frankfort generally Tho stars capacity from nearly every Northern State Drawtngs and specifications prepared and filed poor health for ic no look down upon his calm repose his know I have been in As one In the Patent Offico on short notice Terras Terr meet some time past It is wonderful but inhabitants aexpects to form of the oldest silence speaks and tells of honor and reasonable No charge for examination ot models salutation faithful work as a missionary or drawings Advico by mail free A host I commenced improving as soon as I is When did common Patents obtained through MiinnApoarenoticed ou strike this town and weep for thee What was wrong- 0 forInthe SCIENTIFIC AMEUICANwhloh has left home feel better than I have for where are you from These two ques give Fnrowell to thee the largest circulation and la the raostinuuental x newpaper of its kind published in the world six months am in hopes it will keep tions being answered you find out that The advantages of auoh a notice every patentee Little Oney B Strange adopted daugh on the same way i intend to enjoy your questioner who you trought to be an understands This iargo and splendidly illustrated newspaper this trin if thiucra run smoothly with old citizen was a new arrival perhaps one ter of Mr and Mrs Geo Canady cele- Â¬ Is published WEEKLY at a0Oa year and is brated her ith birth day on last Saturday the dear ones left behind and build day ahead of you Any one starting a night at Mrs Snllie Ann Duncans with admitted to bo the best paper devoted to science and mechanics Inventions engineering works pub Â¬ myself up bakery here would be certain of success about 40 of her littlo playmates We other department of Industrial progress the names of lished in any country It contains We are at tho Summer Line hotel The same may be said of a boarding house that all patentees and title of every invention patented at whieh tho Misses Llndsey are Hut whether a house could be got for were present Wo feelweek we would like each week Try it four months for one dollar to do tho same once a Bold by all newsdealers Â¬ staying daughters of John B Llnd either purpose is doubtful Certain it is Mr Cummins Gordon and Mariah JackIf you have an invention to patent write to Munn A Co publishers of Solentltto Aoiuloaa sey Wo found Miss Helen looking that several families are living in adjoin son wero united in marriage on Tuesday 161 Broadway Hew York much better than wo expected and ing towns being unable to rent even one evening Jan tho 11th at tho brides real- Handbook about patent mailed free BOOMDHBOU T suDDiemen Misses crickets - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inimenl moJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i e r fljbN -- M V f it - t - t - K t 1 c fc A f T3k m mmm w A 1 r SAM D JOHNSON JAS RODMAN JR V KW t NEW FIRM SAM D JOHNSON CO 217 ST CLAIR STREET EAST SIDE Beg leave to announce to the public that they are sriTEa a3it I rl l II A READY FOR BUSINESS Entirely HewstocK DRY GOODS OIF1 bSr NOTIONS X V I V Which they will sell at prices to suit the times - Give them a call tc r2 wr P l1 X 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JANUARY 16 Officers of Albert Q Bacon Post No 33 G A R Installed January 3d 1887 Bridgeport Butchering Not lecturing butchering Mr John Collins will soon begin butch 1887 i J- - 1 A r- - Pl u IM7 H WFJ M ft E y V Ltlk r fe t On the evening of Jan 5th ering er between Church Bros stable on We are authorized to announoo C C Merchant Junior Vice Com Â¬ Winter still stays with us Main street Frankfort Ky and my Ice about l inches thick E H TAYLOR JR as a candi- Â¬ mander residence on Peaks Mill Pike a V Berberlch Adjutant More hay has been hauled to Frankfort brown Russia leather traveling bag date to represent Franklin County C C Furr Quartermaster from tins end of the county than during Tho Under will please leave it at the any previous season for many years In the next Legislature subject to Thos J Hutchinson Surgeon Roundabout office or at my resi Â¬ Demooratic par But little corn for sale in these parts the aotion of the W P Willis Chaplain dence and be rewarded ty Humphrey Hyde Officer of tho Miss May Roberts still remains quite Mrs D G Timmons feeble with a slight iniptovcment how Bay ovor ladies Exchange of the Metho- Â¬ The N Rake Officer of tho Guard Wanted to Rent Two unfur The party business seems to be reviv- Â¬ nished dist Church will bo held at the Ex- Â¬ H K Brawner Sergeant Major rooms in the central part of ing press office on Main street to day John Dean Quartermaster Ser Â¬ R D Armstrong sold two 13 hiind the city Apply at this office from 11 oclock in in to 5 oclock p geant males for 55 each this week m Those wishing nice things for Clearance Sale There will be a special meeting on Regular services at South Benson Sunday would do well to give these Tuesday evening Jan 18th at 7 As we want to close out our stock Church to day and to morrow at 11 oclock ladles a call a m each day of dry goods notions cloaks gents oclock By order of c in order to A B NORWOOD Mr Joseph Terry and wife havo return- furnishing goods Mr ThomnH J Rogers celebrated his make room for our large line of ed home from a visit to relatives at Shel omvandei nineteenth birthday on Monday evening spring goods we shall give the public byville V BEHllEKtClI a number of hi last by entertaining some great bargains To be con- Â¬ Slick slip slide is all the go Atfjutant vinced call and see us frierdrt at tho residence of hi- - parents WEITZEL fc ODONNELI Good weather on blacksmiths Mr and Mrs R Rogers in South FrankZephyrs Germantown and Saxony Muin street fort It was a moat enjoyable affair Judge R Brown sold four mules two 3 Wools all shades yearsold and two 4 years old a few days We have a lot of Hamburgs n all Dr W I Kelley is at tho Capital Sam D Johnson Co since to Messrs W L Collins and L widths which was sold at 10 to 20 Fowler for the sum of U0 por head 14 Hotel to day All his patients and cents which we will close at f cent We would call attentian to the ad- Â¬ hand mules others wishing to consult him should vertisement of Messrs Milam Mrs Martha Jackson who has been per yard hear it in mind WEITZEL ODoNNELIi McKee offering tho Jewel Mills for quite sick is some better than when last reported Rev V H Hampton will preach side Rooms For Rent Any one to inorrow Sunday afternoon at 3 Mr J H Reddish of Oldham county paid a visit to his daughter Mrs Mattie wishing to rent desirable rooms in The New Opera oclock at St Johns In the Wilder Â¬ Jenkins this week one of the best neighborhoods in tho ness All are most cordially invited The new opera Lena which has Mr Guilford Sanders about one week city will do well to will at this office to be present been revised and greatly improved since ou a very dark night in attempting so confused us For stylish kid gloves go to Sam will shortly ho produced in this city to reach his home becamehouse and thus All our wool hosiery and under Â¬ to bo unable to tlud the we understand I Johnson Co They have the remained till midnight when by hallooing wear at cost WEITZEI 0DONNELL most complete assortment ever Miss Pearl Johnson gave a so Â¬ ho aroused Mr Jus Riddle who assisted him home Mr Sanders was very nearly brought to Frankfort cial entertainment on Wednesday frozen We will sell geutiemeus shirts rattle at Mr Phil Selberts on evening and Miss Lorena Young also white and colored at cost The Mr F M Sconeld sold to Mr Bonj WEITKEL Thursday evening todetermlno who gave n similar one on Friday even Â¬ Elliott one roan cow for tho sum of f 3ili50 ODONNEliL last Thursday presents of ing should receive the three Hay com oats and mill feed at Mr Henry Mastin and wife of Woodfered to his customers resulted as The Louisville Post of Thursday ford county huvo returned home frpm a wholesale and retail at follows COMPTON MACKfIX8 afternoon announced the death of H visit to relatives in this section Miss Nannie Browder and Mrs Clay Sale a young man well known in We tihould judge from present indicaRobt C Nicol tied on 47 for tho this city which occurred in Montana tions that other wedding will not occur Compton Mackiin will hereafter retail as well as wholesale anything first prize Dr J S Collins and Mr a few days since before June In their line for the J P Williams tied on We want to close out what ladles Mr Mike Buckley has completed second and Cupt Thos O Pooro If you want a good juicy steak Mrs Julia Corbln and Mrs V Her- - his contract upon the Public School and childrens cloaks we have You sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack Salyers store No 223 Main street berich tied on H for the lowest prize Building and turned it over to the can buy them below cost opposite Dr Duvalls residence WEITZE ODoNNELL city yesterday afternoon tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR REPRESENTATIVE A B Norwood Commander John Cox Senior Vice Command- Â¬ For Rent A house of seven Farmers having real good butcher rooms second door below Washing Â¬ stuffon hand which they wish to sell ton on Broadway Apply to R M will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main Aldridge tf Lost street fl Mf Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptions and positively cure Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 23 cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts Bucklens Arnioa Salve The Best Salve in the world for Mr Ky says he was foe many years lnully affiicted with Phthisic also Diabetes the pains werenlmostunen durable and would sometimes almost throw him Into convulsion He tried Electric Bitters and got relief from first bottle ami after taking six bottles was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds Says he pos- Â¬ itively believes he would have died had it not leen for the relief atforded by Electric Bitters Sold at fifty cent G a bottle by Jos LeCompte Keep your house warm by buying Church weather strips from Gray Iwrdvvare merchants on Main street Choice buckwheat flour 350 per hundred at COMITON Saved His Life DI Wlleoxson ofHorse Cave MACKLINS Church on Main Go to Gray street for cheap tin ware Wanted A good reliable sober man to attend to cows and tend a garden Apply at this office Jan l 3t Â¬ ilok w gutp har CMtotte Whoa Baby When ih wm Child ah criad for CwtorU Whn tho becjuno M1m h clung to CwtorU Cbildre tb gar tixta CMtocia Wka ah u kl RIrRIKSFEuTdE Mgam Wgltaf 0e Book con wiitu 8m ptpcr cantr tftinAiithft curunjiduubffulor tnauiimve want to know ullof ttnr lottrntinc ml valutbtt ulurtnitlon H1ALTM KA0TT ua MArrif KHa V promattd by 1U tuTUe wbo 240 PAGES Doner or Latest styles in collars handkerchiefs and hosiery Sam D euffii f4 Johnson 4 Co Dr Lampton Price has been ed City Physician elect- Â¬ Church have the best Seo Gray Gray Churchs big line of Butcher Knives in the market fine Butcher Knives mar Marijr who not wfav iM4eal Aid when ntctutry brought horn to you 10 WaaaarM rift NCTDRKS troa to Ml Youn or old married or lille tick or well houla - WZI n pCTitu tiijun luuivmpa ubuj 1twin ten A rxuia our ajiu aanu with nnu s v- 1 - i I 1 -- Wla O itf T i sj PS 3 it win i - i v s v k vV i i r Vy - v y K i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT miraculous Escapes Â¬ Kentucky Central Railroad Lve I iris 5 ao p m it 50 a OF Arr Winchester o 05 p m 12 35 p a 00 p and the adjoining counties and Richmond Bridgeport may well be 715pm them famous will also give special attention to the purchase Lancaster 5 07 p proud of these two beautiful young elocu- Â¬ mid Nile ot real estate collection of rents claims o oc p Stanford Ofllce opposite unci the negotiation of loans tionists Lve Kichmond 100pm Master Eddy Hayes also treated the Arr Berea 3 ao pin Junelialy Livingston 5 45 p m audience to a comic song A rcstiutinti was adopted to meet here- Â¬ after twice n month This provts that the No 11 No 1 No 3 North Bound membcis are interested in the great cause was The President of the Association instructed to invite Prof Setrest of the PIIANKFOBT KY Lve Livingston 800am Southwestern Normal School at Pleasiire Berca to as a meeting PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS Arr Kichmond ville to be piesent at the next 11 43 a in WILL Fidiikltn Carroll Gallatin Boone Oweu All pie ent wtre disappointed at not meet Â¬ ti 30 in and Grunt counties In thn Court of Appeals and Lve Stanford L incaster ing liim this time 8 it a in In the 1 ederU Court 11 00 a in Arr Richmond so will attend We hope nil who can do Lve Richmond 130pm 0 05 a m the next meeting as Prof Sect est wishes 2 45 p m 7 15 a m Arr Winchester to meet all the teachers of the county at Paris 320 pm 800am that time lve Lexington 345 pm 7 25 am 145 pm These meetings are prow ing in interest Pa is 3 30 p m 8 25 a m 3 40 p in will be the means of and influence and Cvnthiana 359 pm 8 59 am 417 pm Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 o n m 518 pm doing mudi good The friends of educa Arr Covington 600pm 1135 am 645 pm tion should tncourage them by attending T II MAYSVILLE BRANCH It Ford taking part in the discussion Store The cssty or Ws lovney was a very creditable and interesting one CROMWELL Jamie aisv Iarrent recited Miss alid Miss Ethel Ctutcher the Douglas0 hey both no Attorney-at-La- w Demons Courtship tpiittetl theinschts in an enjoyable manner AND on I won theapplnusenntl admiration of all present These two young ladies gave if proof of elocutionary powcis which properly cultivated will one day make WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS W W Reed druggist of Winches BLUB GRASS ROUTE ter Ind writes One of my custom- Â¬ ers Mrs Louisa Pike Rartonia Ran Â¬ Shortest nnd Quickest route from dolph Co Ind was a long sufferer FrnnMih County Teachers Associa with Consumption The and was given CENTRAL KENTUCKY tion held tine of the most intireMing meet up to die by her physicians She TO ALL POINTS ings last Saturday tnnt lins cvtr been licltl heard of Dr Kings New Discovery Frankfort Mnj Chapman JmNing invited in WEST AHD SOUTHWEST llicin to meet in one of liii offices the for Consumption nnd began buying MM EAST In six months time she teachers and their friends assembled there it of me FASlLINEHbTWEEN After pravei by C H Pnrrcnt the pro walked to this city a distance of six gramme wnscillcd in its regular order and miles and is now so much improved the discussion of the nrious subjects was she lias quit using it She feels she LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Free Trial owes her life to it ery interesting and instructive SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV it 1886 LeComptes Drug Profs Ibowder Lea Iarrent and Col Bottles at Jos EDUCATIONAL MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN Â¬ Â¬ Farming Implements NO Field Seeds Buggies Ac Ac Â¬ 3 ANN STREET T G WM South Pound No 6 Ex bun 8 30 a 10 ojt i 11 04 a 40 a 12 30 p No 4 Daily No ia Ex Sun a 00 p m Jnst Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Piece Warranted for One Year THE i 1 t 1 Heal Estato Agent FTtT MAJOE Cyiuluani Arr Paris Lexington Lve Covington Falmouth it m 8 25 p m ni 9 35 p m m 10 24 p in 111 to 50 p in m ti jo p ni m 10 55 p m m it 35 p m in in m 3 30 p m 4 39 j m 5 15 p 111 6 10 p 111 BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD everyone who hns bought them Over Fifty sold this Hetwon Prices to suit the times Come and see them at So says MASTIN BROS ATTORNEY AT LAW Tm- -- IS T Buc3sle3r loiHBSBn WwUBI 111 STILL AHEAD WITH THE 1 Largest Stoch Ever lirovtglit to this city in AND PHHHBMHJr Â¬ Programme Of the Franklin County Teachers Association to be held in Frankfort on Saturday January 22d 1887 at 10 a m 1st Opening Kseicises 2d Vocal Music in the Public Schools C II Ianent 3d Lesson in Grammar Prof S P Hrowder 4th Select Heading 1er Â¬ Â¬ North Hound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington No 51 Dally Lx Sun 725 No 53 Ex Sun Diilj 7 Arr Arr Arr Arr Carlisle Piri Millersburg Johnson Maysville 8 15 8 42 m m to 35 a m q05 a 957 a No am t m 1 m 300pm 4 520pm 548pm 612pm 7 25 pm 7c6pm 4spm Fancy Goods LREST STOCK Of all rtewiptions The Hpy liI 1 ill1 Â¬ m in Miss Nannie Brow 5th Lea Ville Lesson in Atithmetic Prof Secrest Prof J B MercsjBiivf STLrIFiW H a South Bound Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington No 45 leave Lexington 842 p m Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Ex Sun Diily 3 S3 No 54 Daily Ex Sun STOVES GRATES Vases 6th Address of Pleasure Closing remaiks Maggie Downky Commit lee on Pi ogi amine Bflii DhLimi Ruth Robinson Srwawi - - jsiwsy rTRCETa Ill zj s 63 am 7 2 a in 910 a a m 1250pm 2 23 Bra83 Goods Goal Hods HHHkwIirrii l ilUV 7 47 a m 8 15 a ni 246pm 600pm 129 pm pm 10pm 1115 a m 800 p m am tispm 6 And at prices that ennnot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place uJUMhm W J111 jJHITTjiQlfMWpMr arrive Paris Rally Rally Â¬ The teachers and friends of common sdhools must not forget the educational meeting at Lexington on the 22d ol Feb ruary next Let us honor the birthday of the Father of Our Country by meeting in the interest of a cause he loved Let the press keep the meeting before the people and urge them to attend The examination of graduates in the common school course was postponed by order of Superintendent of Public Instruc- Â¬ tion until February 1st T HUNTER C S S COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Sttick and all Kinds of NOTE Trainband 4 are daily between Win Chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connection s made at Winchester with Chesipcake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland V V Huntington Charleston and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through I ickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad tor full partic Oars address or call on any agent of the cnmpiny or D A FEELEY JN0 T BUCKLEY St Clair Street CAPITAL ART GALLERY EC Q MATTERN Propr Main Street Over Crulcher Slarks White Hall Clothing House Shirts Made to Order Housekeepers Attention Ky H E HUNTINGTON Receiver Grneral Offices Covington Ky Passr Agt Trv Lexington S F Gen Passr Agt Covington Ky B MORSE FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Resolutions of Respect IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USE At a Fpecitil meeting of Col Geo No 41 of the Grand W Monroe Post LeCOMPTES Army of the Republic called by the commander Benj F Fields held POWDER Dec 128 1SS0 the following preamble BAKING were unanimously and resolutions Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by adopted it has pleased the Great Whereas Architect of the universe to remove from this nation Gen John A Lo tn who was ever ready to defend PROPRIETOR OF THE the soldiers cause in the Congress of the United States Rexoleed That Post Geo W Mon- Â¬ FAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE roe laments the los s of Gen John A AND Logan one who was so dear to us who e upright noble life was a stand- Â¬ LCOIYIPTES HANDSMOOTHER ard of emulation to all his comrades Revalued That the heartfelt sym Â¬ pathy of this Post be extended to his family in their affliction DEALER IN- Rexotued Thst these resolutions be upon the records of the Post Hpread and a cony thereof he transmitted to the family of our deceased comrade and to the RItndaijout Louisville Commercial and to the Cincinnati KENTUCKYS BOUTE EAST FOR SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated Oct 25 tf at home WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LIKE NEW YOHK Joseph LeCompte Having Pullman New Sleeping FOH A SOLIS 0 E Capital City Machine Works Cars J B MEEK Fropriotoi A I IfcT -- Mnunfncturer nnd Denier in- - FROM LoiiisvillcCiiicinriiti Lexington STEAM ENGINES BOILERS WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery R ROGERS -- DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to ARent for Commercial Gazette F URNITUR L COFFINS ce Poles and LYNCH UUJiU DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS Atte JL F Fiulim IN Commander C For tickets und further Information apply to your nearent tlcket olllee Columbus PRICE LIST CSSEND FOR ATLAS BOZZLiBie m J DB2ST3 123 7s7OieZS Steam Pumps I3TE3 AlbTID ana I Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky Louisville Tobacco Market DUUBETT TBO- OLOVKK FUBNJHHKD TBIErOBH IiOUtHVIXLE TOBACCO WABE- IIOUHE BY Wink Fist A SPECIALTY W W MONHOE Div Passr Agent Loxington W C WICKHAM 2d Vice President JAS A VI0LETT F C HUGHES St Opposite Furiners Dank REPRESENTING Ky rn H V 1 Pi br f j FRANKFORT KY The Bales on our innrket for tho week 227 MAIN STREET year amounted to 1077 hhda with All the latest style furniture constantly In stock nnd Muy 8 1 v receipts for the same period of J0 hhdH Mean and common now hurleys are from 50 to 75 cents better than they were be fore tho holidays The medium grades are also little stronger Fine new bur ley hns been sold as high as 147fi this Tho offerings of old burley have week MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN been limited und prices have also been OFFICE Teeth extracted without pain by the especially for common and me- use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing bus stronger dium grades We give below quotations for new burley tobacco 200 to 300 Dark Trash 500 to 450 Colory Trash Common Lugs not colory 300 to 400 perfectly Bare anaalwayiiKiweMM 400 to fi00 Colory Lugs aal Women flaantateed aaiteiior to all Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 ar 4aah rftan4l Dont Try H atkeri on nartaleui noiirnmi nnste 650 to 700 Good Leaf monry 750 to 875 Ihli Bcaaeay ami Hold tiy nil DniKKlatij or Fine Leaf wno aildrwui Belect Wrappery Tobacco 1000 to 1476 aiRlKM to nyMPKCIHC CO cents ror pHrmuiura Pbllaaa Pa WIbCX Â¬ H W FULLER Gen Pars Agt Attorney at Lau FRANKFORT KY iranklln und udlacent counties OFFICE stairs over Judge 1 U Mujora oltlce Aug 14 tf Up General Insurance Agent Ofllce on Muln flEWPLArati MILL DR J S COLLINS J M WAKEFIELD FRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN IS Leadine American and Foreign Companies WITH OVKK DENTIST iNSY Havingreoentlv addfld to hit Eetabliebment Â¬ First Class Tinning Mill Choic Coal Cheap TERM at lowest rateH Agent Anchor Hue of Steamship Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Anrj7 ij In 0 relit firlttuln or Ireland 10000000000 ASSETS POLICIES WRITTEN FARM PROP ON Is now prepared to furninh all kinds of I KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use t Prompt DeJivery Full CAPITAL Weight Bottom Prices 0 0 F exe- Â¬ T PILLS ALSO Telephone connection No 36 Turning J LODOE NO C MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited LEE A OWEN N i R Williams Sec April 17 tf Scroll Work Stair Work dot ten out In the best style GEO B MAC2XA2T FRANKFORT KY Job Work neatly cuted at this office H t P rs ii r4 S- A - v 4jviviiiit