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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v y mmmmmmK t- - - T- - v 7 -- XL The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X Personals Rev Dr G C Kelly was in Mil lersburg his old homo this week Miss Jennie Morris is visiting Mrs Jacob Swigert in Woodford Senator Simons of Falmouth has been here this week Major Crump of Bowling Green was in the city this week Miss Lottie Stantpn is visiting in Louisville Major Isaac N Cdrdwell of Win Â¬ chester was ii the city this week Miss Alma Scofield of Bridgeport was iu town Monday Hon D L Thornton of Versailles was in the city yesterday Mrs Murphy of Jones Station is lying at tne point ot death Miss Lucy Dupuy of Grntz Owen county is visiting friends in this city Miss Cordie Cannon is visiting Mrs H A Guthrie nee Pattie Rob- Â¬ erts in Lexington Col Jno N Markham is quite sick at his home on Conway street Soutli Side Mr Will M Watson of the Even Â¬ ing Post Louisville was in the city Wednesday Hon Will L Jackson Jr has been here this week on legal busi ness Mr FRANKFORT The old reliable- weather prophet Prof Ground Hog made a miscal Â¬ culation as to the time he should make his appearance and came forth too soon to take observations as to the weather and forecast that of the future A colored man while hunting on Friday afternoon of last week January 14 found him play- Â¬ ing around on the north side of Fort Hill and shot him Now what arc we going to do for weather when the goose bone plays out m KY JANUARY 22 1887 Number 19 Bellepolnt sold his stock of goods to Mr Robt L Grinstead has retired from busi ness and is now what might betermed a gentleman of elegant leisure Drs Urban and Sullivan have formed a co partnership for the pur Â¬ pose of operating a drug store in this place The location will be a good one Mr Mr C 0 Merchant has been elect Â¬ ed a Councilman to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr Wm R Hammond Robt L Grinstead has removed his stock of goods to the brick edifice lately occupied by P P Lews The social given by the Misses Merchant on last Saturday night was a most agreeable affair and was Â¬ Mr Frank Pierce Lewis having AUCTION H Laub had determined to remove the entire stock of goods formerly belonging to me but as I want to give my old patrons the benefit to buy goods r - 4 James A Edwards of Ver Â¬ sailles came down on Saturday and The horse attached to Messrs remained over till Tuesday evening Sower Aiders delivery wagon be Â¬ Gen James P Robinson Collector came so frightened at two dogs har-Â¬ Seventh District was in town this nessed to a wagon and driven by week some little boys along Todd street Mrs M E D Smith of Alpine Saturday afternoon that it started to Alabama is visiting her sister Mrs run away but the wheels of the R M Aldridge in this city wagon collided with the posts of the Mr J C Coleman returned Satur- Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to shed in front of Mr W S Kents grocery on the corner of Todd and relatives in Louisville knocking them down and M Pendleton will leave Shelby Mr John this morning for Longview Chris- wrecking the shed but so entang-Â¬ tian county where lie will reside in ling the wheels with the debris that future the horse was caught before he could Mrs James W Blackburn of do further damage Washington City is visiting her father Judge G W Craddock in Ayers Sarsaparilla being highly this city concentrated requires smaller does Mrs Mollie Williamson and Master and is more effective than any other Clyde who have been visiting rela- Â¬ blood medicine It is the cheapest because tives in Indianapolis Indiana return- Â¬ quanity the best Quality and not should bo considered ed homo last week m Hon R Knock and Mr John Fresh canned goods at lowest rates Overall of Louisville will arrive in at John Driscolls the city this evening to visit Maj J A Grant Found Officer John Dean picked Mr J M Walker and bride have up on the streetnear the Government returned from their bridal trip mid have located in this city for the rest Building one day last week a locket watch charm witli a fifty dollar bill of the winter Miss Laura Campbell returned in it The owner will apply to him Monday evening from a visit of sev Â¬ for it eral months to relatives in Columbus Ayers Pills cure constipation im- Â¬ Mr Hurry Graham left Thursday prove the appetite promote diges Â¬ morning for Greenville Mississippi tion restore healthy action and reg- ulate where lie expects to engage in busi Â¬ ant toevery fuuetion They are pleas Â¬ take gentle in their operation ness yet tnorougn searcning ana power- Â¬ Hon Dan L Moore of Harrotls ful in subduing disease burg was in the city the ilrst of the week shaking hands with his many Charles L Davis Alvin Joslin friends Heres to you Colonel troupe who olayed at the Opera may your shadow never grow less House last night had a large audi Â¬ ence which they highly entertained Dont forget that John Driscoll Their play has little plot It is hard Â¬ keeps the best staple groceries at the ly anything more than a series of improbable adventures and con- Â¬ lowest prices tains a good deal of the tragic order The Richmond Indiana Fire for a comedy but the admirable way Alarm Co have placed one of their in which it was presented the excel Â¬ mechanical fire alarm telegraph apparatuses in lent Uncle Alvineffects the fun made by and the splendid the Engine House and their agent will music of the large orchestra pleased take pleasure in exhibiting it to any everybody and there was much ap- Â¬ of our citizens who may wish to wit- Â¬ plause The dressing of the troupe was also fine The ness its workings It its a very com Â¬ be repeated to nighfperformance will plete arrangement and possesses some advantages over other systems As the tow boat Houston Combs No 2 was passing under the St Pure old Anderson county whiskies at John Driscolls 2J7 St Clair Clair street bridge on Tuesday last by some mistake the smoke stacks street m were not lowered and coming iu Judge R A Thomson has decided contact with the timbers of the that no licenses to sell liquor are legal bridge were torn from their places unless the proper notice lias been and thrown Into the river carrying a given and license issued by the portion of the boats deck railing County Court before city license is with them taken out The decision is creating On Sunday afternoon n party of quite a stir among the saloon keepers boys jumped a red fox on the hill- Â¬ Dr W H Phythian has been ap Â¬ side above Spring Hill Distillery pointed Surgeon of the L N Rail and ono of them killed it by strlkiug road at this point it in the head with a stone Â¬ Â¬ jt L Davis A packed house greeted the entertainment given by diaries L Davis Alvin Joslln Company at the Opera House last night The company gave the best of satisfaction to all present Mr Davis has a flue band with him which entertained our citizens with some of the best music ever made by a band in Frankfort and the even Â¬ ings enjoyment was made more pleasant than usual by a first class orchestra formed from the band Taken all in all Mr Davis well de Â¬ serves the success he is meeting with everywhere as he does not for lack of money stint his patrons in having the best that can be had He hits made himself a good reputation The performance will be repeated to- Â¬ night and those who have not heard Alvin Joslin and the excellent music this company furnishes should ot fail to take advantage uf this op portunity Charles AT YOUR OWN PRICES at largely attended I have persuaded Mr Laub to offer the entire lot of goods There are several nice houses on public auction and private sule Such this side vacant Mr Jas Clieany lias moved his chances as these to buy family to Taylorton Bowman Stone has purchased from Mr Clieany his new corn grist mill with a view of moving to our town and operating it This will be the only mill in a largescope of country Glusswaie queensware c cheap at John Driscolls New First Class Goods Â¬ Forks ofElkliorn Renew your subscription Miss Mattie Robb of Duckers is visiting Miss Josie Murphy in this vicinity visiting friends Thanks to Cedar Grove correspon Â¬ dent but wheres the pay Miss Sue Pryor of Bourbon county is visiting her brother Mr Wm Pry- Â¬ or near Woodlake Messrs Joe Lea and Roe Sudduth of Shelby county are here for a short Mr A C At your own prices are not numerous so you can only be bene- fitted by attending same Auction commences Parker of Farmdale is SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1887 At 10 oclock and 7 oclock p m sharp on the corner of Main and St Clair streets visit Mr day J L Bristow of Covington was in this community last Wednes Â¬ H LAUB SOL HARRIS preach at North Fork Church night The ordination of three deacons will take plaec this morning at Mt Pleusant Church The open weathpr has enabled farm- Â¬ ers about here to commence break Â¬ A Large Stock of SHIRTS both Laundried arid ing and delivering hemp Died Last Tuesday night Mr Unlauiidried John Murphy aged 72 His remains were interred at North Fork A beautiful laundried shirt 100 Unlaundried shirts from 50c to 100 Mr Wm Pryor of Woodlake has lately sold to different parties iu this 50 Dozen Linen HANDKKttCHIEFS to select froni and other counties IU head of Berk shires from four to eight months old beautiful colored borders at 15c for 18 Wo learned that friend Will has ordered from the most reli 25c and 33 l 3c each able breeders of Ohio several head of pure registered Poland Chinas and intends to keep the best of both To reduce our stock of HATS wo hare marked breeds of swine His idea is to keen stock that will pay the farmer to down to much less ttian usu il prices raise Farmers should see his stock of swine lie most always has on hand a line lot of pigs for sale Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos Mr Jack llockersmith has return- Â¬ Humphries is ready to take your ed from Alabama but expects to go back next week measure Testimony front the Sea- Â¬ Miss Harriet Sudduth of Hatton is visiting friends and relatives in this section Bro Z T Cody of Louisville will FRANKFORT KY ATTCTIOITBBR WE HAVE j n it shore a boy over At that time having tried every known remedy before I com Â¬ menced the use of Swifts Specific I used about two dozen bottles I have never had anything to act so promptly and efficiently in my life My health and vigor were restored I can walk and ride as well as when been sufferinc with rheu- Â¬ matism for about twenty five years I am now forty two years old My pains were so great that I have been confined to my bed from eight to ten months at a time and two years ago I was in bed about nineteen months NOTIFIED THAT I perfectly helpless being afllicted all THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddlo iurrett admin Â¬ bought from Mrs 1 I have HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELL A C NOTIGR deceased ATTENTION CHEAP FLOUR 3 have istratrix of E Whltesldes Interest In the his entire C0MPT0N MACKLIN Furniture and Undertaking Market street are selling nllgrudes of BUSINESS And have sold one halt interest In my business to Flour L F Meal c AT THE FOLLOW1NC UNHEARD OK PRICES Â¬ through without any inconvenience I can cheerfully recommend S S S to those who suffer witii rheumatism Geo T McDonald Darien Ga Nov 18 1880 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas- Â¬ es mailed free The Swift Specific Co Drawer 157 W 23d St NY 8 Atlanta Ga My business is such as to keep me on my feet about fourteen hours during the day but I go BEAU best patent 260 Fancy TYV second patent 240 XXXX S200 XX Straight 210 60 Graham Flour 250 Buckwheat Meal 15 cents per peck Flour 350 style of the Arm will be And hereafter the Hay 80 cents per bale Corn 50 cents per bushel Oats 40 cents per bushel Mill reed at rock bottom prices Kemembei the place And the business will be continued at the old stand CO MPT ON MACKLIN Stateii Mo 218 St Clair street of WhlteslUes Dec 4 1880 tf JAS T STATEN May tt tf C y W S DEHONEY 1 STATEN DEHONEY 1 4 I V VI t 1 I VsiLL Wff fitetv U 1 lw Ar nrfAyfti A- iM idiiir Kvoua Jrs W vV h r tfiirgiWifiUfemii c FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT the department Intend at the post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentuckr nB second class mailable matter iiii iiiiwi GEORGE A LEWIS Editor FRANKFORT Fiablielver JANUARY 12 1887 Saturday Nights Fire About nine oclock on Saturday nipht an alarm of fire was poundcd and It was soon Known tliat the fire was within the walls of the Peniten Â¬ tiary Our firemen promptly report Â¬ ed for duty but were necessarily deÂ¬ layed in commencing to fight the fire by the fact that there are no fire plugs in the prion and the hose had to be run in from the oub ide and that through closed gates The fire was first discovered by Mr Maratta one of the night guards In the delay occasioned by the arÂ¬ rangement of the lines of hose the fire had gained such headway that despite the utmost exertiois of the firemen the whole south end of the old hemp department was soon en- Â¬ veloped in flames Messrs Mason fc Foard Company have been using this building for a bropm and furniture factory and had a large amount of finished and unfin- Â¬ ished work stored therein together Our community wns surprised and in getting there The distance was about a half mile nnd grieved to learn on Monday morning the run was made in two and a half of the death of our former townsman minutes and water thrown in four and friend Gen James A Dawson AT and a quarter from the time the This sad event took place at his fam Â¬ alarm was sent in from the box Re Â¬ ily residence in Denver Colorado turning to the engine house the on Sunday night horses were put away and several Only a few days since we were other gentlemen who had remained gratified by the news that Gen Daw Â¬ there to see the fire boys go out son had so far recovered from a drove to the eastern part of the city stroke of paralysis at his fathers in SEE WHAT 62 1 2 CENTS BUYS THIS IS THE SEASON OP and turned in a second alarm the Hart county Ky us to be able to THE YEAR THAT YOU SHOULD REPLENISH run being made out there in equally return to his home in Denver and as YOUR SHIRTS AND NOW IS YOUR as fast time After examining the the paers had It to his duties as OPPORTUNITY mechanism thoroughly the party re- Â¬ SurVeyor Gcneral of Colorado turned to the Phoenix Hotel aVid Gen Dawson was a man of many Boys unlaundricd shirts 50 and 62 j cents partook of a splendid dinner after fine points and was n whole souled Mens 624 cents and 1 which they visited the Court House genial friend nnd companion and were introduced to the Triumph He was a prominent and zealous of Chastity by Col J Soule Smith member of the Methodist Clinrch and otherwise whiled away the time nnd died in the full realization of the until the coming of the C O train truths of the Christian religion At lowest prices yet named upon which they returned home His many friends in this community highly pleased with their visit send out their heartfelt sympathy STARKS CRUTCHER The system worked perfectly and to the stricken widow in her far all those of our citizens who saw it western home SPECIAL SHIRT SALE WHITE HALL OVERCOATS SUITS ETC with their very expensive new ma Â¬ chinery some of which had Just arÂ¬ rived and had not even been unpack- Â¬ ed The losses and insurance are given below and are as follows 750 per doz Timber seasoned etc 1000 doz brooms at 2 per doz JNew maclupery etc 2COO doz chairs at 2ooo 15000 Clinton New York 83000 Iioatnians Pittsburg 3ooo Provi Washington Providence dence R I 3000 ttihernia New Orleans La 3000 Â¬ 2000 Judge Hunt Judge Sharp and nu- Â¬ 2000 merous other gentlemen for the kind Kioom stock 1000 and courteous manner in which they Total In 42000 were treated during their stay fact the whole city seemed glad to folOn this they could only obtain the see them and used every effort to lowing insurance make them feel at home and enjoy Â¬ were satisfied such a one in opera Â¬ tion in this city would be a great protection to property The prompt explicit information as to the exact location of a fire obtained through the medium of this system would greatly economise time in getting there and prevent many a disastrous conflagration Frankfort needs sucli a system badly and the amount paid for it would be money well spent The gentlemen who went to Lex Â¬ ington are under obligations to act- Â¬ ing Mayor Kauffman Conncilmen Wainscott McChesney Alex Mor gon T N Allen Elijah Allen Al- Â¬ derman J Soule Smith and Messrs J II Davidson Caesar Shuhiniki We regret to see that the House of Representatives of Congress failed in Committee of the Whole on Fri Â¬ day last to pass the bill allowing Capt H I Todd to bring suit against the Government in the Court of Claims for the recovery of certain taxes which were illegally assessed against and collected from Capt Todd The bill was a just and de- Â¬ serving one and should have passed the House witiiout question as it had done in the Senate The bill was recommitted to the Committee of the Whole which we fear will be the last of it The bill to pay off a claim of Col W H Gray for 048 for services rendered in the Internal Revenue service and which had hung fire for years has tit last passed Congress V Uncle Billy as every body called has at last been righted but him as is too often the case in Govern- Â¬ ment affairs not until the grass has grown over his grave The original claim was more than the allowance but was seal d lown to the present figure Mr Harry ODonnell of the firm of Weitzel ODonnell met with a painful and what came near being a serious accident on Saturday night In attempting to ascend the Arsenal hill during the fire he climbed upon a fence which being rotten gave way and precipitated him to the ground some fifteen feet below He was picked up and taken home and a physician sent for Upon exami- Â¬ nation it was found thut no bones were broken although he was badly We hope he will soon be bruised about again as he is a clever young man -- PYEMIA Less speedily fatal but not less eer tulnly so is tlio iitiatfdii of the blood tii which tho llrst symptom nro PImpls DR W L KELLEY jr Is the mot virulent form of btood-poion-In- OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO blood wnrninrofitHnroociivcbvsutltiiKlleiitions no time should be lot In usfnjr AYfSlis SnSAPAtMA11ioonlv perfect nnd roll nhlc medicine for the purification of the Sties Boils and Cutaneous Erup- Â¬ tions When I In t itint of Scrofula frhet IN FRANKFORT KY SCROFULA Is foul corruption in the blood that rota out nil the inui lilncry of life Nothing will cmdicato it from the system nnd pre- Â¬ vent its transmission to oflVprhn but AVERS SAlttfaltllrA This prepara Â¬ tion is alo tho only one that will cleanse the blood of Mercurial poison and tho taint of Conlnjjlous Discuses impover Â¬ ished blood is productive of 11 SATURDAY JANY If 1887 SATURDAY PEBY 12 1887 SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDING BLIND and ITCHING PILES By the BrlnkerhoiT System and a cure Is guaran Â¬ teed In every case of Piles ANEMIA Tncvltablv to insanity or denlli Women frequently suffer from It The onlv medi Â¬ cine that while purifying tho blood en- Â¬ riches it with new vitalltyand invigorate the whole system is Skin Flaccid Muscles Shattered Nerves and Melancholy Its lirst symptoms an Weakness Languor Loss of Nerve Force and Mental De- Â¬ jection Its course unchecked lends A wretcicd condition indicated by Pallid NO KNIFE IB USED 1 NO LIGATURE 18 USED 1 LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I I FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISMJKK8 Cured without cutting or tearing their visit There will be a mass meeting of the Sunday schools of Frankfort Sun- Â¬ day Jan 23d at 3 pm at the the First Presbyterian Church All ter sons interested in Sunday schools are invited to attend Rev J H McCullagh of the Southern Presby Â¬ terian Church Superintendent South ern District of the American Sunday school Union will deliver an address especially adapted to children Dur- Â¬ ing the past year the American Sunday-school Union has organized 1600 new Sunday schools in destitute places and gathered in more than 00000 neglected children It also aided 1081 feeble schools und dis- Â¬ tributed 1500 Bibles and Testa- Â¬ ments During the high wind on Wednes day morning the smoke house of Rev Philip Fall who resides about three miles from this city on thp Owenton pike took fire and in the efforts of the family and neighbors to savetthe dwelling house and meat in the smoke house the barn which was a short distance away to wind- Â¬ ward was lost sight of it took fire from a spark and together with a lot of tobacco corn and farming lm plements stored in it was destroyed The tobacco was prized and in seven hogsheads ready for shipment The loss is jiboutl500 with only 700 in- Â¬ surance The many friends of this aged gen Â¬ tleman and his venerable afflicted wife will be pained to learn of this great misfortune Total 12000 Dr J Sarsaparilla AyersPKEIMItED DY RECTAL ULCER The great bune of humanity Is cured if the pa- tlent does not call too late This Is the greatest secret enemy of mankind and u disease of which little or nothing was known before the BR1NK ERHOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrbea lame back headache dyspepsia itching Increased at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not auure it Is caused by ulceration In tbe lower bowel It Is now u well established fact tbat many dis Â¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE re f The building was uninsured as the jppmmissioners of the Sinking Fund deem the State able to do her own insuring and from the further fact that the insurance companies fight shy of taking risks in the prison and tfiways ask the highest possible rates Jin insurance as it is deemed extra hazardous A good deal of talk has been occa- Â¬ sioned by the rather exaggerated re- Â¬ ports in some of the papers giving an und je amount of credit to certain prisoners for their behavior during the fire The officers of the fire com Â¬ pany say they did not do anything deserving of special mention until lifter the fire was under control And then they were like the man who witnessed the fight between his wife and the bear and when the latter fim worsted jumped down from his high perch and yelled out Didnt ve give it to him good Betsy We believe in giving all duq credit but brethren of the pencil dont jjlop over The fire was a grand and beautiful sight and was witnessed by nearly the whole of our population from the Arsenal hill By invitation a committee of the City Council composed of Messrs R 0 Church W J Hughes and Hig Luscher accompanied by Chief of the Fire Department A H McClure Chief of Poliee P B Lillis City Marshal J M Stephens and Messrs John T Buckley B B Jeffers J B Meek Ed WeitzeJ Parker Hiid the Roundabout man went to Lexington Tuesday morning to wit- Â¬ ness the working of the fire alarm telegraph system in that city The arty were met at the depot by a ommittee of the City Council of jexington and escorted in carriages the Phoenix Hotel where an ele- int lunch was prepared together vith liquid refreshments After par-iking of lunch the party repaireoVto ie engine house where the working f the apparatus was fully explained oy Mr Gay nor the principal elec Â¬ trician after which Chief McClure id several gentlemen took carriages nd drove to the western end of the tty turned in uu alarm und timed C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Sold by all Druggists Price 1 Six bottles for 5 or RECTA L ULCMt REFERENCEa I t Cenfaur immen The most W J HUGHES Frankfort RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort J M WITHROW Lexington Dr Kelley can be found nt his Cincinnati office every day of euch week except FRIDAY and SAT Â¬ URDAY dressing mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases und this W I KELLEY M1 DM 376 West Seventh St Dec 26 ly ES-- CONSULTATION FREE Cincinnati 0 During the high wind of Monday the large plate glass transom over the main entrance to the Opera House was blown out and smashed to pieces FOB REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT as a candidate for Representative FARM FOR SALE A from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAS ANDREW SCOTT JA8 A YIOLKTT wonderful Pain Curer tbe world has ever ACRES BOTTOM Your money will flft line tobacco land LAND THE BALANCE known as iu ZoJ place with one ofknownbest the oldfranis be returned vif not found Macey the built house In the cc uutry containing six rooms to- as represented aether with all necessary outbuildings upon It 380 ACEES PEAKS MILL PIKE FINE FARM OF A fine young Children Cry for Pitchers orchard In good bearing containing apple pear and other fruit trees It lies on the Castorla SCOTT VI0LETT ATTQnXMTm AT frxnkfort Kentucky office AW A stairs over Judge P U Majors practice in all the courts in Franklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Up FOR SALE containing four rooms lot 75 by 112 feet loÂ¬ cated on Cross street formerly the nrooertr of Mrs Frances Campbell will sell either portion or u as b whole1 B8 GAYLE r For terms nppiyto wiu lams DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE EACH END seven miles from Frankfort Ky convenient to schools churches and mills and i well watered by Main Elkhorn and smaller streams For terms apply on the premises Mrs d g timmons U 4 Jan 22 tf WOODFtfHD COUNTY FOR SALE FARM DE For Sale hb EJ We regret to learn thut our friend M B Moody Esq had the misfor- Â¬ JEWEL GRIST AND HOMINY MILLS MA chtuery all uew used only eight months For particulars apply to tune to have his dwelling house and J MILAM McKKE 818 Main street up stairs contents destroyed by fire on Tuesday night last Mr und Mrs Moody were FOR SALE OR KENT in Louisville at the time the Are oc Â¬ curred FRAME DWELLING CONTAINING NINE L D Hollowayr Clerk at the Penitentiary celebrated his birthday yesterday by giving a din- Â¬ ner to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund Chief Justice W S Pryor and Col Thos Rodman at his home in Pleasureville Capt Capt Sam M Qaines Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals und Miss Westfall at present a resident of Dalton Georgia will be married at Hopkinsville on the 2d of February outbuildings vwiviHt onSt X 1843 1886 PIANOS H0LIMY PRICES ASceased I will sell the farm owned by said Sar- Â¬ gent In bis Uf The farm lays on the plko lead Â¬ ing from McKeeson the Versailles and Frankfort pike to Grates on the Lexington and Frankfort pike and contains r EXECUTOR OF ROBERT SARGENT 8a ACRES Of No 1 land about 80 acres are fresh and ready for hemp or tobacco The Improvements are mod Â¬ erate plenty of water and In a good neighbor- Â¬ hood It adjoins the lands of Dr J R McKee and Mr Bernard Hmtz and Is In sight of the celebrat- Â¬ ed Woodbum Furm of J no A Alexander Esq It would make a fine home for a physician It will be sold on reasonable terms Any one wishing to make Inquiries about tho place can address me at Eminence Henry Co Ky Any one winning to examine the farm can call on Mr John Morris or Mr Sam Sargent living near by who will show them over It WM W BAILEY - B V SMITH NIXON OF CINCIN THE JIBM Ofhaving established an agency In ghlo Ffankfort desires to call die attention of the tlalr street znann tninn All y at 1MVI or public to their thoroughly first class pianos OF WEBEH THE FOR RICH QUALITY LOGAN McKEE 482 St Clair St tone combined with durablllt and perfection of action is acknowledged by artists of note un Â¬ surpassed The Kranlch Bach for purity of tone and Exr of Robert Sargent deod elegance of finish thoroughness and perfection of their new overstrung scale ranks them among the foremost pianos of the ace HAVE A FINE FRESH MILK COW WITH The Peek ft Sob topers There to no Instru Â¬ heifer calf three weeks old lor sale ment known tothe public that bssjjatned such Jan lWt Mns W 11 DUDLEY spread popularity In so short a lime as tbe wide Opera It stands unrivaled Also the Kurtz THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN DULY man Melster son and others and all tint 1 uuallued by the Franklin County Court as the class organs As none but a musician can do executors of tbe wll of H H Murray deed to pianos we have selected J O MAUER All persons Indebted to the decedent are re- Â¬ Justice as our local agent and solicit your patronage quested to make promt t payment to us and A PnTTlflB tW TtmtlK Rnnvro itin irtnpno through him those having claims against the decedents esÂ¬ J en lot 60 by 200 feet located on Conway SMITH NIXON tate are called on to present them property street South Frankfort Hydrant and good cis Â¬ Instruments sold on the Installment plan at proven JA8 A MURRAY tern In the yard For terms apply at this office specially holiday prices moderate and JNO W MURRAY 1A7V 11 tf 0U Xxecutors Dc A uwiruwBg turn uewssur Apply to cow for sale EXECUTORS NOTICE lat I I AiU wmrimjcm y rj n 11 A J nvf Y- K J y 1 IF t 3 JAS RODMAN JR SAM D JOHNSON NEW FIRM t i SAIu 9 t JOHNSON WITIEa A DbT Entirely New stocR CO 217 ST CLAIR STREET EAST SIDE Beg leave to annpunce to the public that they are READY FOR BUSINESS OF DRY GOODS NOTIONS Which they will sell at prices to suit the times I Give them a call FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JANUARY 22 1887 FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announoe B H TAYLOR JR as a candi Â¬ date to represent Franklin County In the next Legislature subject to the action of the Demooratio par- Â¬ ty The ladies Exchange of the Metho- Â¬ dist Church willbe held at Charles Langs grocery South Side to day from 11 oclock a in to 5 oclock p in Those wishing nice things for Sunday would do well to give these ladies a cull -- Attention Sir Knights There will be a meeting of Frank fort Commandery at the Asylum in Odd Fellows Temple to night at 7 oclock for the purpose of organiz Â¬ ing the drill corpts A full attendance is desired Messrs James Andrew Scott and James A Violett have formed a part Â¬ nership for the practice of law Both gentlemen are energetic and active attorneys paying prompt and close attention to all business entrusted to them and the new firm will certainly be a strong one The lire hydrant at the corner of Cross and Main streets is again dis Â¬ appearing from view and it will be necessary for the Fire Department to carry a pick And shovel along in case there is an alarmof Are in that section Miss Sue Kobtnson daughter of Jepthu D Robinson Esq keeper of the St Clair street bridge died at her fathers residence on Wednesday morning last She had u long and Rent Sale painful illness and despite all the Compton Macklin8 m skill of the physicians consumption my entire stock ner Third and Shelby streets Apply Foil Sale I offer Macklin will hereafter Compton to Mrs M C Haycraft triumphed and she was tenderly laid of china and glassware at first cost retail as well as wholesale anything If you want a good juicy steak to rest 4t Thos Rodman in their line sweet hums bacon or lard go to Mack d zealous For sale Two She was an active and Salyers store No 223 Main street Mrs Runyan offers some school- Â¬ Jacks for sale cheap Apply to member of the Baptist Church in See Gray Churchs big line of opposite Dr Duvalls residence G W Hancock room furniture for sale at a low price It this city fl4 tf fine Butcher Knives For stylish kid gloves go to Sam Farmers having real good butcher D Johnson Co They have the stuff on hand which they wish to sell most complete assortment ever will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main brought to Frankfort street fl4 tf We want to close out what ladles Bucklens Arnioa Salve and childrens cloaks we have You give an exhibition of the customs can buy them below cost The Best Salve in the world for c of the ornamental curiosities Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt WEITZEL ODONNELL Chinese Genuine China Tea will Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped i Hands Chilblains Corns and all be made and given out TJie curi- Â¬ Church have the best SklnEruptions and positively cures Gray 10 cents osities will be for sale cheap children Butcher Knives In the market Piles or no pay required It is guar- Â¬ The entertainment Is for the bene-Â¬ We are glad to be able to state that anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Zephyrs Germantown and Saxony money refunded fit of the young peoples missionary the injury sustained by Dr U V Price 25 cents per j box Wools all shades For sale by Joe LeCompte society Earnest Workers Williams from a fall several weeks Sam D Johnson Co Prices of admission Adults 25 ago has proved to be only a disloca- Â¬ Greatly Excited children 15 cents tion of the right hip joint instead of a For Rent A house of seven We hope they will have a large at Â¬ fracture of tht bone as at first supÂ¬ rooms second door below Washing- Â¬ Not a few of the citizens of Frank Â¬Â¬ tendance It will pay all who at- Â¬ posed and it is hoped he will be out ton on Broadway Apply to ex fort R M citedhave recently became greatlythat over the astounding facts tend again in a few days Aldridge tf several of their friends who had been In the final settlement of the ties The ladles of the Missionary So- Â¬ Wanted to Rent Two unfur- Â¬ pronounced by their physicians in- Â¬Â¬ for the prizes offered by Mr Phil ciety of the First Presbyterian nished rooms in the central part of curable and beyond all hope suffer- Â¬ ing with that dreaded monster CoSelbert Mrs B C Nlcol gat the first Church will give u tea on Monday the city Apply at this oflice nsumptionhave oeen completely prize u handsome clock Dr J S evening next January 24th at the cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the only remedy Collins the second prize a net of residence of Mr James W Tate Clearance Sale that does pnstively cure all throat silver tea spoons sugar shovel and from 5 until 9 oclock Admission As we want to close out our stock and lung diseases Coughs Colds butter knife in a plush case and 25 cents All are invited and it is of dry goods notions cloaks gents Asthma and Bronchitis Mrs V Berberich the third a hand Â¬ hoped there will be a large crowd in furnishing goods c In order to Trial Bottles free at Jos Le- make room for our large line of Comptes Drug Store Large sizq some pair of opera glasses attendance spring goods we shall give the public bottles 100 Mr Z T Thomasson lost his fine some great bargains To be con Â¬ Hon E H Taylor Jr has rented Keep your house warm by kjtyybjjg vinced call and see us the new store room of Mr M Sulli- Â¬ brood mare Virtue on Tuesday She WEITZEL weather strips from Gray Church ODONNELL van next door to Mr L Tobins was valued at 1000 and was in foal Main street hardware merchants on Main street This is the third fine on Ana street and will occupy it us by Onward Choice buckwheut floury 350 per the oflice of Messsrs E H Taylor horse Mr Thomasson has had to die We have a lot of Ham burgs in all widths which was sold at 10 to 20 hundred at In the last ten months Jr Co COMPTON MaCKLINS cents which we will close at 5 cents m Miss Sallie Hughes daughter of Mr W T Gaines has purchased of per yard Go to Gray WEITZEL ODoNNELL Church on Main Mrs Maria Starling the old Bever Councilman W J Hughes and Mr Jackson of Bullitt county street for cheap tin ware 8on property on Wilkinson street for Latest styles in collars cuffs will be married at the residence of 3000 and is occupying it as a resi Â¬ Wanted A good reliable sober the brides father on Murray street handkerchiefs and hosiery dence man to attend to cows and tend a Sam D Johnson Co on Wednesday next garden Apply at this oflice on Mr W H Posey purchased Miss Mamie Durrett a young In- All our wool hosiery and under Â¬ Jan l 3t Friday of last week of Mr Thos J k y who has many menus m this wear at cost Chestnut and wife a lot on the corner city and Mr Johnson of Louis- Â¬ WEITZEL ODONNELL of Third and Main streets 58 by 200 ville will be married in that feet for 800 cush We will sell gentlemens shirts Ifaaa Baby m riok wa gT hat Caatarta city on Wednesday and come to this white and colored at cost to relatives city for a short visit When ah wm a Child she cried for Caatorla If yoa want a big dollars worth WEITZEL ODONNELL Whea aha becama Hlai aha clung ta Cattoria Â¬ Dont fail to see Alvln Joslin tocall on W Wright at 447 east Main Wfcas ah had Chlldna aba t Utaaa Caatacia In grecerles vegetables night street dealer Hay corn oats and mill feed at wholesale and retail at 3 bacon and lard Cottage cor- Â¬ Fon or An instructive and rich treat is in store for our citizens It will be given on Tuesday next January 25 in the Chapel of the Baptist ChUrch Three young Chi- Â¬ nese students for the ministry will entertaining Prof S R Rountree of Lebanon will deliver a lecture upon the Divin- Â¬ ity of the Catholic Church ut the Court House on Monday evening 7J oclock The Professor is a color- Â¬ ed man and is a speaker of great force and eloquence He will be glad to have all our citizens both white and colored turn out and hear him on that occasion Admission 15 cents v jr three-year-ol- i ii IM ft m RBOTOTMlBUBBHIIi vt i tTi y i7V7 V excellent pastor over his church It is hoped for the prosperity of BLUB GRASS ROUTE the race In Frankfort that the mem Shorten nnd Quickest route from bers of this congregation will give Rev Evans their whole support and CENTRAL KENTUCKY thereby strengthening him in his TO ALL fOlNTS grand and glorious work of preaching the crospel EAST AND SOUTHWEST WEST NORTH at the latest It Is hoped thnt the road for the FASf LINE BETWEEN JNormai started Mr J 0 llojrers sold yesterday his as there school will soon be workers are many anxious house and lot on Holmes street to ready to lend a helping hand We LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Mr Dick Mitchell of this comity for must not let the iron get cold but SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV at 1886 strike while It is hot Wo would request our correspon Â¬ dents to be n little more prompt In sending in their letters Plenso lot us have them by Thursday afternoon Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT gentleman of high standing in the State nnd will doubtless make an Kentucky Central Railroad MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - Farraing Implements ISO Field Seeds Buggies Ao A1N1V Ac i SOS STREET ii s rii I Wonderful Cures Joe Mulhatton of Louisville the modern Munchausen was in the W D Hoyt Co Wholesale and city yesterday lie says he swore oft Retail Druggists of Rome Ga say on the first of January and doesnt We have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery Electric Bitters and Beuk intend to tell any more lies lens Arnica Salve for two years Have never handled remedies that Mr James Heeney purchased on sell as well or give such universal Tuesday from Mr II L Watkins satisfaction There have been some the store room nnd lot on the corner wonderful cu res v effected by these medicines in this city Several of Second and Shelby streets for of pronounced Consumption cases have 13 been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr KingH New Discovery taken in connection with Electric Pea Ridge Bitters We guarantee them alwuys 1 Weather cold warm and mixed Sold by Jos LeCompte Messrs Charlie Pierce Joe and Polk Tracy have the thanks of the WM CROMWELL pupils and patrons of the school for cutting and hauling two loads of Attorney-at-La- w wood and stacking it up in the school house during the recent severe AND weather It is understood that Prof Tinsley PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF is about to prepare a roll of hojior for Franklin and tbe adjoining counties and his pupils All Hioe who wish to see will also give special attention tu the purchase and sale of real etstute collection of rents claims their names on it had better attend and the negotiation of loans Office opposite An item from here last week unin Â¬ June i5 ly tentionally does our worthy professor It was two weeks ago mi injustice not last week that our Professor did not attend Had he been there there was no wood nnd no scholars on ac Â¬ count of the sleety weather The item being delayed one week caused the mistake Entire suspension of pike operation during rough weather A movement is on foot to sell the school house and lot nnd build anoth Â¬ er on the other side of the pike that is being made Thats all right but dont tear one down till another is built The snag that the pike ran against in the person of Mr W M Crutcher lias happily been settled in a way that does great credit to Mr C He agreed to let the pike go through for 17o which will about cover the ex Â¬ SBSKZOai TJ a W pense of building his fence Our worthy board of directors are jubilant over the easy terms If Mr Crutcher hud claimed 1000 damages the company would have been com- Â¬ pelled to pay as his tract is across the surveyed route and if the case had been settled by law at least that much damages would have been al Â¬ Col South 1ound No 6 Ex bun No 4 Daily p m p m p in p in p m p m p m No Ex 13 Sun Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Piece Warranted for One Year THE Cynthiani Arr Paris Lexington Lvc Covington Falmouth Arr Winchester Richmond Manford Lve Richmond Lvc Piris 8 30 a m 8 as 10 03 a m 9 33 ti 04 a m 10 24 ti 40 a 111 10 50 ia 3011m 11 30 10 55 ta 3J p m ti 25 3 30 p m 4 39 p m 3 15 P ni 0 05 7 1 100pm BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD njoam 6 i Lancaster 100pm 507pm oc 610pm 510pm p m p m in everyone who has bought them Over Fifty sold this Season Prices to suit the times Come and see them at MASTIN BROS So wiys V ArrBerea LivingMdn 2 00 p m 3 ao p m 5 45 P m North Bound Lie Livingston No 3 No No -- T- - 33Tjc3sle3r mHilllllllllllHBHBillllllllllH i Lancaster Arr Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Lvc Richmond Berea Arr Richmond Lve Stai ford 8 00 10 a 45 it 11 8 it 1 a a a ao a ti a 00 a Hostl Estate Agent Lve Lcvincton Pa is Cynthinna Falmouth Arr Covington 30 p a 43 p 1 20 p 2 45 p 3 jo p 3 4 47 P m m m m m m m m m m m m STILL AHEAD WITH THE- 0 03 a m 715am 8 00 a m 35 8 59 a m to of a m Largest Stocfo J 45 P m 3 40 p m 4 17 p m 5 18 p m 6 45 715am 8 a ni Ever brought to this city in 59Pm 600pm 1135 am pm Dueenswire GlisswsrcLcmp i ANE MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington Pari No 51 I Ex Snn 7 iS No 53 Daily Ex Sun Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The a 100pm 2op m 4Sp m 6t2 p m 7C6 p m 5 5 mmmmSm Arr Arr Arr rr Carlisle Milleriburg Johtnon Maysville South Bound 842 a 005 a 957 a to 35 a 8 15 425P m LARGEST STOCK OF Nt 74pm DaiTy 52 Ex Sun Lve Lve Lve Lye Maysville No 54 Daily Ex Sun STOVES GRATES Vases Johnson Carlisle J5jm 633 a m 7t5ja 7 47 Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington 1250P m 129 p m m a 33 p m m Brass Goods Goal Hods 815 a m a m 1135 a m 9o 346P m 315 pm 6 lop m 6 oop m And nt prices thnt cannot be dupli cnted ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the plnce Merchant or- L- HlHkflima The Ridge seems to be for Jas A Scott for Representative A hope has COMPLETE LINE OF been expressed that another candi- date would announce himself a phy Â¬ Gents Furnishing Goods sician preferred and then we should have our choice between law liquor In Stock and all Kinds of and physic Of each and all it has Made Order been truly said the man who has the least is the oest off Along the new pike being made Housekeepers Attention here all the people through whose landsjthe pike is made gave the right of wayand subscribed to the stock IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USE except one who claimed damages LeCOMPTES so a curious state of things exists Those who were the most generous are the worst off for money must be BAKING POWDER collected from those who gave up Â¬ their land to pay one who gave noth Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by ing The directors claim to save time and law suit it is like a war incident Capt These siege operations are too slow general we could charge PROPRIETOR OF THE and capture that position and not lose more than 500 men IAM0US GEN HARRIS COLOGNE Very well Captain if General AND ever I decide to save time by losing men Ill give you a chance to distin Â¬ LCOMPTES HANDSM00THER guish yourself lowed No 45 leave Lexington 800 p m arrive Pari 842 p m NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connections made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashlmn Huntington Charleston W Vi 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 Tickets and Baggage Checked to an destination reached by a railroad For full pirticilars address or call on any ageni of the company or D A FEELEY S F B MORSE Trav Passr Agt Gen Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky H EHUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Ky 1 JN0 T BUCKLEY St Clair Street CAPITAL ART GALLERY H G MATTERN Propr Main Street Over Crutcher Starks White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY i KENTUCKYS B0UTE 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 at home Oct 25 tf Shirts to WASHIHBTON Having Pullman New Sleeping FOH Capital City Machine Works Cars J B MEEK Fropriotor SOLX2 UJEIjX2 LouisviIIeCinciniiuli Lcxinglon STEAM ENGINES k BOILERS PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK THE OMY LINE L Manufacturer nnd Dealer in I FKOM r Joseph LeCompte WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to ARent for LYNCHBURG DANVILLE NORFOLK IN AND ALL POINTS Among the Colored zens Citi- - BY O H D R ROGERS ran in -- DEALER IN- - north frt 4 Annual election in the First Bap Â¬ tist Church colored Rev G F Bagby acting as Moder atoiyand JusM Wakefield as Clerk assisted in steering the Old Ship of Zion safely over the dark and fathom Â¬ less deep After some discussion resulted as follows NT COFFINS C L Ibbni For tickets nnd further Information upply to your nearest tlcket oMee in Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lowib St Near the River Frankfort JS SEND FOR PRICE LIST BoiLziie MA JOB -- JTJLjJS ElfcTOKEIfcTE w ozkikis F 15 ana 3T3D Ky W W MONROE Div Passr Agent Lexington W O WICKHAM 2d Vice Prenident F TJ C HITCHES St Opposite Farmers Bank REPRESENTING Ky ATTOBNKY AT LAW General Insurance Agent FHANKFOllT KY Ofllce on Main H W FULLER Gen Pass Agt the election Evans of FW fe Rev Eugene Evans the OPP OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMAN Teeth extracted pain called us Pastor of the First Baptist use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas by the vChurch of Frankfort colored is a Clerk Green Bowling Tandy Graves Assistant Clerk Wm Hull Deacons Jas Williams Austin HarÂ¬ ris Americas Jones Jeff Cook Frank Thompson Granville Hawkins Silas Pitman Treasurer Alonzo White Sexton Mrs Miller Pastor and deacons were elected in definitely and with possibly a few exceptions the business was trans Â¬ acted very creditably Pastor Rev Eugene Us hk ni Window SEW PLANINU MILLT PRACTICE IN WILL JFidiiklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS inllnttn lloone Oweu una Grant counties In thu Court ot Appeuls iuu In the Federal Court Leading American and Foreign WITH OVKIl Company A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET J M WAKEFIELD Havingrccently added to First Sash Clnss Planing Mill Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Doors his Establishment FRANKFORT KY All the latebt style furniture constantly In stock May B lr rutes i erty Choic Coal Cheap Steuinshlnut Prepaid Ticket Great Urlttuln or Ireland lowest In qERM 10000000000 ASSETS POLICIES WRITTEN FARM Agent Anchor Line of sold from uny point ON PROP- AprrMy DR J S COLLINS ALL family Weight KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED CAPITAL I Blindsjrames Molding ALSO use Prompt Delivery Full Bottom Prices 0 0 F gentleman DENTIST Telephone connection No 30 Scroll Work Stair Work Muy 15 J Turning CEO B MACKIiXXT Dec8 f LODGE NO C MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordlullr Invited LEE A OWEN N R Williams See April 17 tf tt Gottenout In the best style FRANKFORT KY Job Work neatly cuted at this onlce exe- Â¬ MXJpJ j Sm smmsmmmem -f XmXik UAWiiWUiSiAMklir Jl Hill 4 J 4 u uiVrrfWiMwMiWWfetfVWHy r m I a lt t tl J J t - L m -t Vi r L K - I N f ilk I it CAJAfiiftife l 3St2Lsy iMt kWJkA k wi