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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m The Frankfort Roundabout QEORGEA LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR 41 Volume X Letter From Florida Dear Roundabout My Inst letter gave an account of our trip weather Ac up to our ar-Â¬ rival In Orlando We hnve been here two weeks last night have not Keen much of Florida yet but must say that I am favorably impressed with Orlando and the country around it Tuesday morning I went to Sand ford which is on the St Johns river the point where the large bulk of the travelers and sojourners come to take the railroad for South Flori- Â¬ da Until within the last four or five years the St Johns river was the place for winter resort From Sandford I went to Enter- Â¬ prise live miles across the lake or St Johns river This river it eems is almost one continuous lake the water looking like some of our Kentucky ponds in summer time when the grass and weeds grow in until the water is green I cannot help but think there is a great deal of malaria along this river especia- Â¬ hotel with 130 or 200 rooms with a very large green yard fronting on also houses rented FRANKFORT They nre hot particular what price they ask They are asking as much as one hundred dollars per foot in the business por- Â¬ tion of town The outskirts remind one of thinly settled country but the lots will sell for more than they will in any portion of South Frankfort The unimproved lands in the pine woods one to three miles out from the city limits will sell or least they ask from one to five hundred dol- Â¬ lars an acre The improved from five hundred to one thousand dollars per acre There are a number of hotels here all well furnished One the West End is at the extreme city limits has 150 rooms owned by a party from Philadelphia Pa Be Â¬ sides the hotel he has a large old orange grove in full bearing and a young grove of several acres I can see the house while writing this I am at a loss what to write about the climate as I said in my last I want to write up Florida as I view it to tell the truth strictly in every respect The people here especially those who own property never tell but one side They tell of the sun- Â¬ shine and the flowers the lakes and the fishes but never of the sudden changes from 110 to GO degrees in 12 hours and the damp foggy chilly atmosphere Name it to them and they say it doiPt happen often but since our being here one half the time has been cloudy Some morn- Â¬ ings everything in our rooms are damp When I put on my pants and put my hands in the pockets they feel disagreeably damp The floor which is 8 or 9 feet wide in the veranda is covered with water the eaves of the house dripping so night and morning all are compelled tn have fires Last Monday the ther- Â¬ mometer I brought with me showed 74 and at same time Monday night it was GO Tuesday morning 8 oclock it stood 30 and a cold disagreeable wind direct from the North Wednesday morning I was in Sandford and suffered as much with cold as I ever did in Kentucky The wind blowing from right off the lake for five miles the thermometer stood at 30 so I was told They having a signal service here so I was told On my way to Orlando from Sandford I saw ice cicles hanging from the water tanks at the different stations ten to twelve inches long and on arriving here learned ice had formed in tubs one fourth of an inch Next morning in reading the daily papers published here I found as follows liismark 2 below zero Chi cago 10 below zero giving a great number stations north showing how cold it was there Orlando 33 Sand ford 34 Although suffering so much from cold Wednesday morning in the evening it was pleasant Tues- Â¬ day Wednesday and Thursday were clear This morning cloudy but warm writing at my window it be Â¬ ing up the birds of all kinds from tlie mocKing ouu to tne jay are suit Â¬ ing beautifully The black bird that fills our woods and orchards in spring and summer are as thick as hail here now To do justice I must say when the sun does break through the clouds and clears off the air becomes pure and bracing My health is irettimr better and better all the time Our little girl is get ting so fat her face is almost round We Ac i u lwili wo iii H pnifivitifr It find Kentuckians wherever f we go -- Ill I 11 SI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KY JANUARY 29 1887 Number 20 Orlando Pla Ton 21 1887 to lly in summerand fall At Enterprise there is a very large LM W w wr i m nv t i live oak and orange trees besides a number of smaller hotels and board Â¬ ing houses with store houses which keep anything called for larger than any three houses in Frankfort put together Along the St John the orange they say is not as good that is riot as sweet as the oranges grown further south or up the Indian river This I am told by those who live up In Â¬ dian river or south of St John Jaeksonsonville fmm what lean learn is or has been the distributing roint for the whole of South Florida but in the last two or three years railroads have been and are being built through aud across the Stnte in every direction so the country is drummed by men of all trades pro Â¬ fessions and businesses from the East Ualtimore aud St Louis until goods and merchandise of all kinds are shipped directly to any station Every station has one or more hotels so you see Jacksonville is being got around and will be more and more so long as new roads are opened Of course I cannot tell what the future will be but I think there is too much speculation here They are not satisfied with orange groves but it looks as though they are trying to make the orange country one vast city The stations am from four to six miles apart and almost every place is laid olf for- a city from a half to one mile square some with the streets cut in every direction throuuh the nine woods Orlando is the ounty seat of Orange county Five or six years ago it was in the woods The limits now extend one mile from the court house in every direction It has a population they say of six thous Â¬ and A very small portion is thick- Â¬ ly settled The houses arc scattered from one limit to the other most of them very line residences with gar Â¬ dens and orange groves of from one to ten acres Thereare also in thelim its thirteen beautiful lakes of bright clear water each running from one to the other until from one sinks and goes no one knows where1 In these lakes are several species of fish among them are the black bass weighing as much as ten pounds so I am told 1 have only seeir one party fishing He told me he caught the day before 12 that would average two and a half pounds These lales at a guess wilUmake from ten to twenty acres each perhaps more and apt to be more than less Florida is full of these lakes wherever you go some of them lam told from Jiveto fifteen miles wide and long Most of them are almost perfectly round with flue residences and orange groves all around with walks aud drives From our win dows we can see one around which Is a race track ojne mile we have witnessed several races without uro- inir to them On this lake are two bath houses I am told there are be Â¬ sides tish alligators la it hut none seem to be afraid of them except one lady who boards at our hotel who has one son who she says would go in the lake In spite of all she can do or say and she woukl not be surprised ut any time if he was chewed up by For fear he would be mi alligator chewed up she sent him to New York to school There are a vast number of real estate agents here Most of the sales Of property are made through them theriver with evergreen shrubbery that he will vote for a bill to submit the question of license of whisky or no whisky some time next year when no other matter is up for consideration will be elected by a largo majority I dont want to mis Â¬ lead you and your numerous readers in the above statement There are a few Campbellitcs and Baptists who are opposed to taking away their liberty to get drunk What has become of the George Â¬ town Paris H II If the citizens of the sttrronnding counties would take the matter in hand they could make the road Let it begin at Law renceburg Ky With the Custom House about complete with Taylor to pull the triggers we would have the vexed question of removing the Capital set-Â¬ tled forever Unless something is done and that soon the Capital will bo moved and the State House yard will be converted into a hog pen and it will be the fault of the citizens of Frankfort Now to sum up the whole matter with the marriageof the Republican Prohibition and Labor Parties with their children and the Capital re-Â¬ moved and us Democrats out in the cold after having our list so long Into the State treasury would it not be May God in His good Â¬ dreadful ness spare us such a calamity aud may He protect and defend the Dem ocraticparty and Governor Knott in Â¬ cluded for his vetoeing the Cow Bill is the prayer of Zeke The Lord can do as he pleases with BoliverBuckner llines and others but spare Proctor J Im not delighted to meet Captain Hines I regret that I shall never have the pleasure of writing another letter My reasons from the Stone Kitchen are that being in your city nut long since I was told that in days gone by it was the worst place in Ken- Â¬ tucky I obtained the information from a gentleman connected with the State department that he had spent years at the place Dont know his name Im happy to say that a nice gen- Â¬ tleman lives there now I would also state that Im under lasting obliga Â¬ tions to the gentleman for informa- Â¬ tion as above stated News none I have only been here a few days in stopping with Im Bottom living H C Church the at the top of the pot Lost AUCTION Mr II Laub had determined to remove the entire stock of v l goods formerly belonging to me but ns I want to give my old patrons the benefit to buy goods AT YOUR OWN PRICES I have persuaded Mr Laub to offer the entire lot of goods1 at public auction and private sale Such chances as these to buy New First Class Goods At your own prices are not numerous so you can only be bene- Â¬ fitted by attending same Auction commences SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1887 At 10 oclock and 7 oclock p m sharp on the corner of Main and St Clair streets H LAUB SQL HAItRIS FRANKFORTKY ATTCTIOITEBR On my way to Peaks Mill I lost my Gillie Lue Bird Any one find Â¬ ing said bird will please leave it with George A Lewis Roundabout ottice at Frankfort Ky and will be re- Â¬ warded He may be found at some sandbank He sticks his hill in the A Large Stock of SHIRTS both Laundricd and sand and whistles so that he can be Uhlaundried heard for miles around I have a few pairs of Guyaskutus which I would oOc to 100 sell on reasonable terms or eggs at A beautiful laundried shirt 100 Unlaundried shirts from 500 per dozen still opposed to said bill If it should pas away goes the Demo Â¬ cratic party If the common herd of tliia in put raiintrv of ours nre edu cated they would all become Re- Â¬ publicans Ignorance is bliss Im opposed to any trick that would injure our great party Im also op Â¬ posed to all sumptuary laws The WK HAVE v tl Im Blair Bill 50 Dozen Linen HANDKERCHIEFS to select beautiful colored borders at 15c 25c and 33 l3c each from To reduce our stock of HATS we have marked it -- mil lOlllg ousmess sl iiiiik o j j hi while here Have rented a house hired a man have him on the road So you see I am killing- two birds This is long with one stone enough besides the dinner bell is ringing and I never fail to answer its call so good bye Yours truly John E Milks 1 1 I - Letter from 2eke Yocum Half Moon Bottom Nkui Pkakh mill Franklin Co KVJan22 1887 J IMitor Roundabout My Dkar Nkphkw Your uncle Is here all light in the Interest of the great Democratic party Prospects are gloomy on account of a marriage that will take place soon in Louis Â¬ ville Ky I have reference to lte Prohibition and Labor puhllcan Parties of Kentucky It Is reduced ton certainty that the only thing re Â¬ maining to be done is for W O Bradley to pronounce them man aud wife so that their children will be lawful heire to all the State ofllees Whenovor that comes to pass Xeko Yocum will emigrate The voters here are all for Tay Â¬ ThO lor with few exceptions man who will promise the people very thought of taking away my lib- Â¬ erty to whip my defenseless wife and children and clothe them with rags is an outrage Why my dear nephew therUure some persons who have no Christianity without an eye opener to begin with They learn to pray more fervently besides it im- Â¬ proves their health A man who chews long green tobacco aud ents onions his breath is bad I would prefer smeHingthfwarm end of a buz tirris nest One eood drink of buir juice gives tone to Ids breath He is then prepared n its on tne corns day to mix it with the wine that is taken to celebrate his Saviours death It also improves a mans looks It makes his eyes more brilliant I have seen some church members eyes stick out like a roachs who hail been mashed between two planks or a torn cats eyes peeping through a sieve All of the aoovo improve- Â¬ ments nre the result of taking a big drink before starting to church liiMir 2ni r I cant tell nowiwhen I will see you i will start in a few u nays m jwwiiy tmunj Other great men have misslon failed to make a permanent peace but Im willing to sacrifice myself for tlie common good of my native State Its needless to tell you Im opposed Its not Democratic to coercion The great compact was formed be Â¬ tween the States to last as long as the parties were satisfied tobo broken at -- down to much less than usu il prices i Al Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos Humphries is ready to take your measure - HUDSON HUMPHRIES TV GASSELI t i TJ7 r the willof parties to the contract Cfc Now if a State can withdraw from theUnion cant a county It a county ean cant one person do tlie same NOXUfJED I leave the case with you My oppo-- THE VU11LIO IS HEREBYAddle Uurrett THAT I admin1 have bought from Mm Mv love to all friends ot E WhltesUdes deceuifeU Jils entire istratrix sltioii to the Cow Bill does not abate Interest In the anv M v love to Proctor J increases fop vetoing the obnoxious bill May Furniture arid Uotl In goodness calm the troubled waves of the jsreat Democratic ocean kT7- ekk Yoclvm is the wish of NOTI - Ei 4 Â¬ Unmaking vj I - comedy company in e 01y C0uHanT is A- - flight ofr authorized to render this comedy and ns i i - -- ii riiiinii liv Dalvs sunerli company andare not kept on the boarW - c i n- - iKinvs DKind and unless jiuttcsiiui IIiVva O Sheppards And have spia6iie halMnlcrest In my business to EY And hereafter the style of the firpyjfrUl bo H a strong one and lias drawn large houses during the entire week Chicago Sunday 7Vf iw t k veiy popular Mr Sheppards company is STATEN Muy8 DEHCflSTEY JAa T STATEN Opera House Monday Jan 31 And the business wlllbe continued ut the old stand ol Whltesldes Stateh No 218 St Claft street VJ va - tt H i v IM wRW t i JT gaM5 v- - 1 HW Mm V I r WT 0 Editoc fyjv ar f r v71 v1 - Pi vr T MANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT atercd at the post office at rrnnkfort Kentucky us second class mailable matter Col Col F Davis Corn JohnShow The EDUCATIONAL Educational Meeting at Lexing Â¬ ton on the 22d of February bids fair to be n great success The teachers nml friends of common schools should uteiul en masse The teachers of common schools in Franklin county who wish to draw their sixty percent on the 15th of February must have their reports in the lunula of the County Superintendent in time Your correspondent in spenkng of the proceedings of the January meeting of the Teachers Association inadvertently omit ted the name ol Miss Lula Wiard who read an excellent and instructive paper on Mental Arithmetic Miss V has always responded cheerfully to calls of the Association and we gladlully make the amende The meeting of the Association last Saturday could not be called a success on account of the absence of those on the programme but was very interesting to those present who passed the time away in social conversation Prof Secrest came too late for the meeting You must remember Professor that the Franklin county teach er like lime and lide wait for no We are very sorry that he was not man on time The Professor has t nt oiled him self as a member and will be on Innd on the 12th of February next T H Â¬ SPECIAL SHIRT SALE AT GEORGE A LEWIS aaaca vaToliBlicr 211 FRANKFORT JANUARY 1887 We aro under obHtjntions to Mw John R Miles for lute files of Orlan Â¬ do Florida papers m There are marriages and rumor of marriages on the tapis for the near future Quite a large number of our coun- Â¬ try friends were in town on Monday and the candidates were busy accord Â¬ ingly We regret exceedingly to hear of the sudden death of the wife of our old friend and companion typo John Sheehan Esq of Lvxlnsrton She made Jack a faithful and loving com Â¬ panion for many long years The agent of the Gamewell Fire Alarm Co is in the city and has put up one of their apparatuses at the engine house for the purpose of ex hibiting its workings It is the oldest alarm in the country and is in use in all the large cities John F Davis as State Com Â¬ missioner of Agriculture advertised through our paper ns well as others his annual Corn Show to take place on the 25th day of January Wed nedny Inst The attendance was good and the corn exhibited first class The following are the awards made viz WtllTi CORN 31 8AM1LK8 E B Hall Bethlehem Henry county first premium T J Tiche nor of Franklin county second pre- TTHITE 1 SlLL - Â¬ mium IIUKAD COUN 17 ENTRIES Wm F Trout Belmont Bullitt county first premium W Jeff Lee Belmont Bullitt county second pre Â¬ mium T J Tichenor of Franklin county first premium Reese Brothers Shelby county second premium CATTLE CORN 8 ENTRIES SEE WHAT 62 2 CENTS BUYS THIS IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAH THAT YOU SHOULD KEIIEMSH YOUll SHIRTS AND NOW IS YOUIl OPPORTUNITY Boys unlaundricd shirts 50 and 62 2 cents 62 cents and Mens 1 i Â¬ yellow corn 15 entries OVERCOATS SUITS ETC At lowest prices yet named CRUTCHER Ar Efficient Remedy Pectoral As such it is recognized and prescribed by the medical profession and in many thousands of families for the nst forty years it has been regarded as nn nvaluablc household remedy It is n preparation hat only requires to bo taken in very Hmall quantities nml a few doses of It ndniinistered in the early ntuges of a cold or cough will effect n Mecdy cure nnd may very possibly save life There is no doubt whatever that In all cases of Bronchial and Pulmo- Â¬ nary Affections is Ayrks CiiRitur STARKS W Z T Smith Blandville Ballard county fiist premium S 1 Blend of Guthrie Todd county second best but no premium HOMINY COUN 0 ENTRIIS T J Tichenor Franklin county first premium L J Cox Franklin county second best but no premium PIED Oil MIXED COUN 7 ENTRIES Franklin first pre- Â¬ fcv u IN FRANKFORT KY T J Tichenor mium and G F Tharp Franklin SATURDAY JANY Jo 1887 second premium SATURDAY FEBY 12 1887 Four samples were sent from other It is generally understood that Dr States One from O H Wood Illi Â¬ Â¬ SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 B F Duvall is a candidate for Repre- nois one from A B Robinson Ten sentative in the Legislature from this nesswj one from Isaac W Shannon county This action will add an Tennessee and one from W G Ayers Cherry Pectoral Dr Kelly makes n specialty of curing BLEEDING BLIND and uncertainty to the final outcome Combs JoJiumhi county Indiana at numbers Has preserved the lives of will annoy the other candidates No premiums Vero offered on corn that of persons by arresting the cvelopnicntof from other States Laryngitis Bronchitis Pneumonia and imonary ConsumDtlon and bv Ii the Brlnkciholl Sttim inula cure is suarai The alarm of fire on Saturday to Mrs The tobacco barn belonging the cure of those dnngerous maladies eft Ue1 In eur uite of Flits ifight was occasioned by a small Win Moore three miles from town should be kept ready for use in every NO KNIFE IS USED family where there arc children as It is s blaze in the basement of the Audi Â¬ on the Versailles pike was destroyed medicine far superior to all others in the NO LIGATURE IS USED wa discovered by otflce It tors treatment of Croup the alleviation of by fire on Monday night It con- Â¬ LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED WhoopingCough and the curcof Colds Mr J J Quin and the alarm given acres of and Influenza ailments peculiarly Inci- Â¬ NO CHLOROFORM IS USED prevent a rather serious tained the product of twelve property in time to dental to childhood and youth Prompti- Â¬ tobacco The crop was the ii tude in dealing with all diseases of this FISTULA UN AKO fire It appears that some one care- Â¬ class is of the utmost importance The Is cured or cigar of Leonidas Harrod Esq who was lessly dropped a match loss of a single day may in many cases entail fatal consequences Do not waste which living on the place There was an stump in a pile of kindling FISMJKES precious time in experimenting with Ii insurance of 81100 upon the barn igniting set fire to the coal and it medicines of doubtful efficacy while the Cured without cutting or tearing tobacco in the office of C F Kb OH malady is constantly gaining a deeper 9mWy vM Av w burned up through an air vent and andurn Esq ft Jr wJm hold but take at once the speediest-- and Ex RECTAL ULCER Aud- Â¬ 11 J hud attacked the floor of the most certain to cure m im The great buneof humanity Is cured If the paÂ¬ itors Office No papers were de We would call the attention of our tient does not call too late This Is the Krtatest Ayers Cherry Pectoral secret enemy of mankind and a disease of ulilcli Ktroyed and very little damage done business men to the proposition of the PREPARED BY little or nothing vsus known befoie tho DltlNK m EHliOFF dlstoterles Mini patients are tirubled Chuich enterprising firm of Gray Pr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mas with coiifctlpitlon or occasional utturkof dmrrnea Among other fine specimensof corn in another column If the rest of Sold by all Druggists lame back headache dysjiepsla Itching tiimnsed at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not exhibited at Col Davis show on themerchants in the city will agree aware It Is caused by ulceration littlielowi r bowel I and PineJiinen N Shannon Wednesday Mr Isaac It Is now a nell established fact that man dis Â¬ to do as much Frankfort will soon eases of the stomach liver kldiui bladder- VE0blsARsitsUFcF5 of Davidson county Tennessee had have another railroad womb and nenous system are either caund or Wake up aggravated by the coexistence of 1lLEti ilbTU decidedly the largest and finest in gentlemen and lets hear from you LA FlbSUltEor RECTAL ULCMi Â¬ what is known as the Big Tennes REFERENCES A Night Augustin Dalys great success Theears were from see Stock Corn W J HLOHES Frankfort RICHARD FERtilSON Frankfort is nine to twelve inches long with from Off roadone of the strongot and best on J M WirilKOW Lezlcgtou and the play went with muih the fourteen to twenty rows to the ear spirit causing roars of laughter AYw Dr Kelley can be found at his Cincinnati office OUR STOCK every day of each week except FRIDAY and faAT and the grains from two thirds to York Wond WE HAVE ADDED TO FURNISHING A COM GOODS line of GENTS URDAY and have on hand a full line of shirts collars and Pamphlets describing these dlsetises and this Opera House Monday Jan 31 seven eighths of an inch long The cults and u stylish and well selected line of neck mode of treatment jent free to any one by ad Â¬ wear We also h tve the agency for the celebrated eara weighed one and a half pounds dressing The old Mansion House property G0LD AND SILVER shirt both lauudrledand uu aeh Mr Shannons farm suffered laundrled W I KELLEY M I from the drouth last summer the has had a new corrugated iron roof Come and see us WEITZEL ODONNELL 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 effects of which were seen in the ears put on it Mr J T Buckley was the is no telling contractor This building has been of corn otherwise there E2T CONSULTATION FREE -- a FOR SALE grown on fire at least twenty times in our Dec 26 ly bow large they would have LOCATED FOUR MILES Another strange thing about this recollection and has ulways been put A FINE FARM Frankfort Kentucky contain northeast of wonderful corn is that it grows in all out We will see how the new roof ing FOR FOR PITCHERS shades from a pure white to a deep will work 105 red in the same field Mr Thos Bjislnn the polite and of good land which cin all ba cultivated A FINE FARM OF of a The Improvements accommodating clerk at the Post Of- story frame house of consist roomstwo and a half and kitchen twelve a railroad from The project to build fice and Miss Lizzie Buckley lead- Â¬ with large cellar ACRES BOTTOM Good well of water and clstjrn at the door this city to Georgetown has been re- Â¬ 0rft fine tobacco loud LAND THE BALANCE SoJ Harris dry Stables corn crib granary and blaccsmlth shop at ZeJU known as the old fiuu t Macey place with one of the best built frame vived again It is high time that ing saleslady Mr all new Will be sold on reasonable terms goods store will be married at the For particulars address nouses in tne country containing six rooms to- Â¬ Â¬ something was being done to accom S MARTIN gether with all necessary outbuildings upon It Â¬ Frankfort Ky A line joung orchard In good bearing containing object Catholic Church on the 17th of Febplish this lfiWm Or Inquire on the premlsec apple pear and other fruit trees It lies on tho l The surveys and estimates have been ruary Centaur Liniment is the mont PEAKS MILL PIKE made and it is well known that this Mr John L Fuiiy who has been 7HLU1E wonderful Pain Curer the seven miles from Frankfort Ky FOE coin cult nt tc road can be built at u comparatively book keeper for Mr E Hensley in world IniH ever known schools churches and mills and Is well watered by Main Elkhorn and smaller streams 1or term email outlay the insurance business has gone to apply on the premises Mku D G TIMMONS It is high time that the old fogy Birmingham Ala to reside We 1 WISILTO SELL MY RESIDENCE IN SOUTH 125 1 Frankfort only because It too large for cry that we do not need any more hope John will do well as tie is an The house lins 8 rooms andIskitchen besidesmea large brick servants room brick coal house and railroads was passed by unheeded industrious and clever young man COUNTY a large stable for both horses ajiU cows A well of WOODFPKI FAliM a disagreeable fact excellent water sufficient for a dozen families also ft is a fact and DOUBLE FRAME COTTAHE EACH END expense connection can A containing four rooms lot 75 by 112 feet loFOR SALE a and with little Ilopkiusville has a Chautauqua becistern with the City Water Works A bargain to those who look to the best inter nude cated on Cross street formerly the property of as Circle named in honor of U r Robert can be had In this property jUo some building Mrs Frances Campbell Will sell either portion cr EXECUTOR OSfROBERT SARGENT DK brof our people in the future lots Apply to ASceased I will sell the farm owned by said Sar Â¬ D8 GAYLE asiitthnle well as the present that the counties Burns Wilson of tills city For terms apply to H It Williams gent In his life The farm luys on the plko lead Â¬ MKS COL JOUETT Dec 18 U ing from McKeeson the Versailles uud Frankfort and towns aH- around us are awake On the premises pike to Gratzs on the Lexington and Frankfort Mr Chas G Payne and Miss Ida JA8 A VIOLKTT pike and contains JA8 ANDHKW SCOTT and striving to connect themselves Clara Bell will be married at the with these great arteries of commerce residence of the brides mother on L F COM ITON W C MACKLIN VIOLETT SCOTT 8a ACRES uid are having their efforts crowned Steele street on the 22d of February about srat AT RAW Of No 1 landtobacco So acres are fresh and readyÂ¬ COMPTOH MACKLIN ATXQRE for hemp or The Improvements are modwith success while we are in a Rip erate plenty of water and in a good neighbor FRANKFORT KENTUCKY IBOlKIKTOKS hood it adjourn the lands of Dr J R McKph mid Vanwinkle sleep A Augustin Dalys brilliant comedy t PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Mr Bernard Grata and Is In sight nf tim is not necessary utthis late day Night 01 was played last night at the Up ed Woodburn Farm of J no A Alexander Esq It adjacent counties a tine home for It Mills stairsFnuiKlin and P u Majors office OFFICE will would niaknreasonable terms a physician It over JucIkb Criterion Theatre made an instantaneous tbargue as to the greut benefits to ac- - hit with the crowded house present The be sold on Jan mr Anyone wishing to make Inquiries about th hie to any community fiom com- - Chicago Suit -- HAVK THE FULL- plaoe can uddresa me at Eminence Hi tin Co Kr t Any one wishing to exanuno the farm can call oil fting lines of railroads Any man Opera House Monday Jan 31 FOB SALE OR KENT Mr John Morris or Mr Sam Sargent living sufficient i near by who will show them over It can see a lozen good and WM- - w- BAILEY reasons Sy by they are desirable AHD MANUFACTUBK FRAME DWELLING CONTAININO NINE Rooms Foil Rent Any one Exr of Robert Sargent Cecd A rooms cistern smoke house Applynecessary 1 Wm and to The simple question now is are wishing to rent desirable rooms in Six of the best grades of the best outbuildings on St Clair street FRANK CHINN Atty at Law or Flour made in the World our people ever going to awake to one of the best neighborhoods in the 432 St Clair St LOCAN McKKK EXECUTORS NOTICE Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square 4iie possibilities that are pressing city will do well to call at this office tipon us and that will have to be met 1MIK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN DULY 1 qualified by the Franklin County Court as th dud decided now executors of thewll of H II Murni deed 4 dm FOR REPRESENTATIVE All persons Indebted to the decedent are reÂ¬ We would urge the calling of a quested tp make promit paiment to us and We are authorized to announce JAMES AN COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS AND KITCH having claims against the decedents es muss meeting and the taking of real DREW 8COTT us a candidate for Representative A en lot Frankfort Hydrant and Conway TE WEL GRIST AND HOMINY MILLS MA those are called on to present them properlyÂ¬ tate putting this enterprise from Franklin county subject to the action of the street South 60 by ttJO feet located ongood cis J chlnery all new used only eight months Meps towards proven Jas a MURRAY Particulars amilrto McKKE MILAM tern In the yard For terms apply at this office JNO W MURRAY Democratic party Xn its feet and that at once M8 Main street up stairs M0B7 U Dec 18 U - At the meeting last Saturday Superintendent Hunter was agree Â¬ ably surprised by receiving two valuable presents one a beautiful white silk scarf of very fine quality and the other a unique knife and fork combined made expressly for a per son with only one hand The for Â¬ mer was presented by a handsome young lady teacher and the latter by an old trustee and friend of Mr Hunter Although taken greatly by surprise the recipient tendered his heartfelt thanks in appropriate terms Visitor You can save money by buying your paint at Gray Churchs hard- Â¬ ware house DR I KELLEY OHIO WILL BE AT THE OF CINCINNATI CAPITAL HOTBXi ITCHING PILES 1 1 J i Im i i lm f n 1 NOTICE 1 Children FARM ACRES FARM SALE Casforia FOE SALE I G80 ACEES niueh-to-be-desir- ed Ul SE 1 Â¬ - Elkhorn Roller - Â¬ POB SUX For Sale Â¬ Executors fcv f If Wo regret to say tho praver meet Â¬ his possession Mr Hall will be pre- Â¬ The weather for the last two days ings have been suspended until pared to receive him any time here- has been like unto March warmer weather after Mr Geo V Harrods store was also visited in like manner one Mr John E Miles having always Louisville Tobacco Market night of last week carrying off S235 Bridgeport led a busy life cannot bo contented in money and several other articles FURNJHHED BY OLOVKIl PBO- DUBHETT to do noting oven when in search of Moderating PBIETORS L0UI8VirIE TOBACCO WABE- Some farmers sav tho heavv rains as will he seen by the follow Â¬ health HOUHE in the last week have washed al Â¬ A general thaw ing most everything off tho farm except Very much like spring during the the mortgage The sales on our markot for the week Mr John E Miles proprietor of the just closed amount to 2580 hhds with reCity Mills of Frnnkfort Ky is spending past week Died On the 20th Inst Mrs Mary ceipts for tho same period of 1300 hhds the winter in Florida for the honeilt of The windy weather during the his hcnlth Mr Miles furnishes n bright past two or three weeks reminds one Parish wife of Mr Alton Parish of Sales since Jnnuury 1st amount to 6001 tho Harp neighborhood Her re- Â¬ hidfl llioro hns been no increase in the gossipy letter from Orlando in the cur- very much of March mains were brought to Lebanon for receipts nnd sales for the past week rent number of tlio Roundabout It is evident that Mr Miles is destined to beTuesday of last week was one of the interment which was followed by a Prices for tho better grades of new bur come ns famous with tho pen ns he is coldest days of the season large concourse of friends and rela- ley havo been a little stronger Medium nnd common sorts a shndo easier while with tho J E M Louisville Commercial tives Peae be with thee Esq lias recovered J W tho common grndes of trash are decided- Â¬ The abovn gentleman has rented from his Jenkinsillness Died Saturday January 22d 10 ly lower Prices for nil grades of old recent Â¬ the first floor of the Sentinel build p m Mr George Watson of burloy hnve been firm Tho following Miss Daisy Parrent who has been oclock ing and will embark in the wholesale lypno maianai iever alter an illness qnotntions fairly represent onr market has about recovered Hour business in this city He has sick recently of about three weeks The deceased for new hurley several car load lots now on the road Mr Charlie Hedges has been quite was a kind hearted boy and ever Dark Trash 175 to 225 and as soon as they arrive he will two weeks ready and willing to lend a helping Colory Trash 276 to 350 commence business lie promises to sick for Imndto Query Will it be the teacher or care of the sick and distressed The Common Lugs not colory 800 to 400 supply the people of South Florida tho whole family devolved Colory Lugs 400 to 000 the Superintendent with The Best Flour in tho World upon him He was beloved by all Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 Mr Miles will at reasonable prices Miss Bettio Roberts has returned who knew him Sweet be thy rest Good Leaf COO to 050 still hold his mills in Frankfort Ky to her home at Bagdad from this Fine IqOO to 1475 Died January 22d 6 oclock p SelectLeaf from which point he will have his vicinity Wrappery TobACco None m Mr Jesse Smith Hour shipped to this city in car and Deceased was Sled riding on the ice does not al- Â¬ a consistent member of the Reform- Â¬ train load lots Orlando Florida ed church ways prove remunerative His remains were taken BORN tfentinel Jan I J to Antioch for burial Â¬ On Monday January 24 to the wife of Mr Miss Sallie Sharp is lying danger Jesse Moore a son iamks Wakefield Lny him down gently Oranges 10 cents per dozen ously ill at her home near Graefens in ma nnrrow bed in this city on Monday January 21th 1887 to Lemons 15 cents per dozen berg Mr ieorgo Whltehouse und wife a son Where the bright sunshine Prunes 5 cents a pound So softly is shed In this county on Sunday January 23d 1887 to If you are not satisfied you can buy Mr John Trumbo and wife a bon weight 12 Near tho dark river Rico 5 cents a pound cod fish and coal oil articles at the pounds Whoso still ceaseess flow Postively cheapest store in the city store as good and cheap as the best Shall sing low ever and cheapest just call on SooHold A II Wagoonkh To the sleeper below IKIJ the grocer Main street Bridgeport Market Street Grocer Let bright flowers blossom Ky and be convinced At the residence of the brides father W J On tho lowly grnve Hughes of South Frankfort January 26th 188G And oer it tho willow One of the finest Joe J Parrent lias been quite sick Bx A New Pbocehb In the presence of a few friends by Klv J O Kelley Mr John T Jackson of Zoneton Bullitt specimens of Art and absolutely the during the past week Is long branches wave county and Miss Sallie M IIuoiiks Mr mid Heres rest for the weary finest likeness wo ever saw is a picture of Mrs Jackson left by the afternoon train for Bu- Â¬ Mrs Rebecca Heres end for his pain llitt county little Robbie Farmer made by Mattern cow She givesCrockett has the boss about six gallons per Tho snd broken henrted the Frankfort Artist It is life size and At the Bmtlst Parsomure In this cltr on Thurs Shall neer weep again day January 27 1887 by ltev J F Bagby Mr most perfect in every detail being mado day Wji A Mooke and Miss Makv A Miles both of by what is called the Bromido Process The mumps are perambulating in Shelby county which is similar but superior in appear these parts Antiocli ance to Crayon Mrs Farmer also hns Miss Emm Pcttie gave a social Mrs Georglana Hawkins is still her young friends on Saturday party to most excellent likenesses of hor mother DIKU evening by the same process quite ill though some better and father made last which was largely attended and imon Stony Creek In this county on At his home und quite a number of others having Miss E Cook of Bagdad is visiting mensely enjoyed January 22 1887 Jesse W Smith In the oM year been this splendid work have given orders of his age He has left an affectionate wife and friends in this vicinity Miss I nroore Glorc left Tuesday last io four children together with a large circle of Anderson New relatives deplore their loss Messrs KendTick and Ryal Wade make a protracted visit to her sinter Mis friends andtheir loss tomay be irreparable It Is not go from Our citizens need Though having disposed of their railroad con- Shackleford of Winchester doubtless his gain und while the tear of sorrow home for tine pictures so long us iii eastern Kentucky have re Â¬ Miss Kiltie Moore has been visiting thr may moisten the cheek of the bereaved la tnls land of affliction and death he Is rejoicing In the Henry Mattern is doing as good tract home turned Misses Owen of llellepnint this week saints eternal rest where allllctlon sorrow and work as the above The pictures death can never come Regular services at Evergreen next Mat Cliisholm Horn To the wife Thus full of sears with the love und esteem of spoken of are those of Mr Jos Itob Saturday at 2 oclock p in and Sun Â¬ on Sunday last - a son of all who knew hlinaudat peace with all matiKlml he died died as he had lived an uson and wife of this county and day at 11a in February fith and Jth To the wife of Ezra Hulctt on Sunday which Is the noblest work of Cod honest man You Keep Cant Down a Good man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MARR Â¬ Â¬ house in Louisville and will leave Bald Knob next week to travel in the west We are sorry to part with you Mr Kean Mr and Van D and when you are far away in the HarrodNewton Harrodrelatives near are visiting wild west dont forget your old Ken- Â¬ Eldorado Mercer county sincere and all attended the raffle at the To those who mourn his loss we would say emWe have a beautiful line of new em Â¬ of Fielding Lewis last Saturday ulate his example und let your last end be like giocery night and many of the neighbors had a his broideries which we are selling very Corn is selling at 180 per barrel big fat turkey for dinner on Sunday cheap on the river bank Dr Cheatham of Richmond Va is the WEITZEL ODONNELL Mrs Alfred Tyler is visiting Mrs guest of Mr Len Lewis George Wiley If some one would erect a good corn Mrs Mary Johnson is visiting Mrs irrist mill in this neighborhood we think There will be a regular drill of the Azuba Webster they would find it very profitable It would certainly be a great convenience to Canton on Thursday evening next Misses UXEQUALED FOR Kate February 3d and all the members Duvall areJulia Wallace and Sweet the community visiting friends in Tone Touch Workmanship Durability Prof Thus Stivers has a large subscripare requested ta report in fatigue Owen tion schojlat our new school house and is uniform WILLIAM Major Hawkins lias Inherited a nice giving general atisfaction The trustees 200 West Baltimore Nos 204 By order of little fortune from an uncle who with the assistance of the county court Xos 112 Fifth Avenue New York St Baltimore died in the far west a few years since have given us a NTo I school house anil Geokgk W IIkock we are truly grateful and the Major will take care of it Captain Having heard nothing for some time of Now that tobacco is a worthless Wednesday is St Ground Hogs weed the farmers will have to turn the redoubtable Zeke Yocum we are their attention to the cultivation oi apprehensive that he in together with his day Kcsslers new cut velocipede are mired something more profitable road If such be the case we hope the On the EASY from 8325 A full line of floor oil cloths at low Mr and Mrs John Suter gave a neighbors will come together en niisse per month un PAYMENT23 system Send for Cat100 styles to 900 dance at their hotise one night last and extricate the said Eekiel alogue with full particulars mailed free prices week which was the pleasantest of WEITZEL ODONNELL the foci that It gives the season There was a large crowd the people us pleasure to note at last talk- Â¬ of our county are In attendance Most of whom were ing about another railrcwl If our leaders Constructed on the new method of stringing op Send in the beauty and hopefulness of would take the matter in hand the thing similar terms HAMLIN for descriptive Catalogue MASON ORGAN AND PIANO CO youth miht easily be accomplished Vet our Boston New York Chicago River rising very fast Mr B S Scantlaml has bought faitli in our leaders is precious small for Oct 28 4w Mr J W Treniere who has been Miss Nancy Gravitts farm at 20 per it was our leaders who everal years ago the best proposition that we will in Tyrone for the past three weeks acre for part of it and 15 for the defeated ever have to build a railroad to George mado a short visit home Sunday remainder One thing if our people ever ex town Dr J W Murray spent several Mr Wiley had a calf to fall in the pect prosperity to perch upon our banners days in Louisville last week well which did not injure it any way it must be by having more railroads Then let county and city unite in one long pull Mr Kean Treniere has a position but the little fellow got awful wet United we stand divided we together wLl PI LSJWMH After Fortvvesri us drummer in u wholesale liquor their little grandson 1887 last a son Bloomington A larjje crowd He Is gone I gone to tho presence of his Creator followed by the cordial regrets of Â¬ Attention Chevaliers KINJAIBE PIANOFORTES KNABECO Â¬ IfiWiliMiMilll UPRIGHT PIANOS UNRIVALED ORGANS Â¬ Taylprton i fall tucky friends Miss Rosa Caphnger lias been quite ill for the last few dayn Mrs Jack Bradley was visiting Mrs Frazer this week Miss Marie Macey and Miss Pauline Frazer will leave for a visit to friends in Versailles Monday Jrs Nolantl who has been ill for several months is much better this There was a sound of revelry by night which occurred last Tuesday night at Mr Cornelius Peytons and Mr Henry McDonalds in which the youngsters shook their light fan Â¬ tastic toes to their hearts content Hawk Eyk Jr Miss Florence Clarke gave a nice party lately which was qulto a VOUHB pleasant affair 1887 Some thief made a raid on the AND DIARY FOB store of Mr John Hall last Thursday week COMPLETE DUBY BEST ALMANAC night carrying off a number of valu- Â¬ Thoevery day In the yearandTo be hid FREE of all for Mr Lncefleld one of our oldest cit Â¬ ables medicine or mailed on receipt of a 2c pott some cause the burg Â¬ dealers in izens is confined to his room with lar ran Fromand left his key in tiie ueetainp Addreta oft VOLINA DRUO AND CHIMIOAL OOe rheumatism lock which key Mr Hall has now in iAUTIMORE MD U S A s ssssi pneumonia on Saturday tleep gloom over our entire neighborhood He was in his 6jd year and had been a member of Antioch Church since its organ- Â¬ ization The funeral solemnities were performed by Stoney Creek Lodge I O O I ta Antioch Church on Sunday afternoon and the vast assemblage of old and young told how deeply Jesse Smith was beloved The death of Jesse V Smith from last has cast a BLIPS ATiirienco In the of mora hm One Hundred 1 patents Io Bl Thousand applications for Bl Bl tho United Slates BDd lpreign coun- Â¬ tries tho p iblishors of tho hclentltlo American continue to net as solicitors for patent c aveatn trmle mnrks copy rlnhn etc for the United Mates and ia iiuiaiu uaieuts in aiiaut PnifUnil VflllMI Germany autl all other countries Their expert ence is unecjualed and their facilities aro uusur- Drawings and specifications prepared and filed Icriu very In the Patent Office on short notice reasonable No charge for examination of models or drawings Advico by mail free Fatents obtained through Mil ttnCnaranotloM tnthe SCIENTIFIC AMKUICANwhich has the largest circulation and is tho most Intluent al nonspapor of its kind published in the world Tho advantages of auoh a rotice every patents understands This largo and splendidly illustrated newspaper Is published WKRKIiK at 300 a car and is admitted to be the best paper devotod to science and mechanics inventions engineering works pub Â¬ other departments of industrial progress lished in any country It contains tho names of all patontees snd title of every Invention patented each week Try It four months for oua dollar Boldby allnnwbdealers If ou have an invention to patent write to Co publishers of Scientific American Munn York Kl Hrosdwsy New paUata mailed era Handbook about If nnJ m gy - Ill j n hip - - mrt MWig iiiw iin ww iMfcngiuiiWi aottyw ixs ww1 vi MrarerAggBEB353AJlSjXtagyj EasgiwssftMntaoiroEitwigynTgs mK7flttiXCBZ2 Owen ton pike Prtstdent H Samuels and his force aic just awaiting aiders from the Council ROONDiOD T KliANKKORT KY Suppwri JANUARY and perhaps will pmince on him b foic he U dead Will somebody make a move to prevent this cruelty Si KCTATOU whetting their teeth 2 18b7 JPerssouinals was in the city Thuisday Mr Hiram Harris has gone to Kansas City Mo Miss Lotfie Stanton has returned from a visit to Louisville Col Hiram Berry left for New York City on Monday Mr W T Htinyan has returned from a trip to Wicnita Kansas Miss Minnie Combs of Lexington is visiting the Misses Johnston South Side Miss Maggie Owen is very ill at the residence of her brother-in-laMr C C Purr w There is nothing upon which a woman expends more thought time and expense than in her endeavor to appear well in public There is nothing more attractive in the world man a heaIthjglow of cheek a well rounded form and an elastic step in a woman Ornaments and decora Â¬ tions look out of place on a person tectives came up and stated that he Mr Edgar Jett of Indiana is vis- Â¬ of pule face fragile form and languid knew them to be all right they were iting his brother Peter Jett Esn in movement These things may cover gentlemen he had seen all their dis Â¬ this city some defects but tiiere ft an absence of the guises had a five hundred dollar fee Mr Jno Meagher has returned gtfsts pased away the rest of the There eternal fitness of things are The host and lives are hundreds of ladies whose in the ease they had in hand so the from a prospecting trip to Birming Â¬ time in dancing hostess deserve credit for their liosi leaving ebbing slowly away and demand wa not made for a day or ham Ala tality Among those present w10 er selves them wrecks of their form Â¬ two baton Monday morning Chief Mr W L Wayts who is attending were masked were the following who might be saved from Lillis and officer Brown went to their Georgetown College spent several Misses llolton Powell Alley Galli- - this livimr dentil bv the use of that boarding house called them aside uays at nome last weeu hee Cox South Phillips Feather cittc invigorating tonic Swifts Spe- R Morgan Brstwner lias gone to ston and many others Of the gen finest There are a number of the and asUed to see their authority looking ladies in Atlanta to-Â¬ Memphis Tenn and Joe Hoi tlemen They said they had none but ex Â¬ making it his home with a view of ton JoeMessrs John McCiary Allen day who a few years ago were perfect Stedman physical wrecks but whose health pected to open an oilice here the next Leo Mr Geo F Berry lias been in Jno Bowen Casn South AlleyFrench lias been restored by this wonderful sufli- South remedy No one day The officers not having New York City on business for the Co ley French James who looks upon Trimble and others eient grounds to arrest them went last few weeks their magnificent forms and cheerful away and the parties disappeared in countenances to day would suspicion Mr Dick McCarney has returned lKOM ANOlllIR CORRESPONDENT that these were the parties who a a few minutes after going out of the from a visit to his old home at Paris is it allv refreshing to eity by way of the railroad bridge Ky and is at his post as U S of It citizens of our countysee that a few few months ago were praying to die are hccnmtu the but it is so They are ready to ad- Â¬ As they left their board bill unpaid Ga tiger aroused in regard to a lailroad to Georgfc mit that Swifts Specific saved their I think they should be Mr Kagin with whom they stopped Misses Ltilie Cohort and her two town In fact lues and saved them from untold whilst our One of them remarked notified the police and the baggage t harming sisters of Wood lake spent alarmed for on the subjectneighhnrs are sufferings ofyrailroads recently Saturday with Misses Lizzie and wide awake that if it had not been for left was searched and a part of Maggie Downey thy ur people seem to have brcn in a deep near this city S slumber Something should be done and themy S S tonic I would have been a set of burglars tools found the grave before now Mrs J Mr John P Cozine editor of the that something innnedLtJy No one will in most valuable implements evidently Shelby News i Jiraclley of Detroit Midi says and Mr J W Pearce doubt the great neej of another road for Every bottle nf S S having been carried away with of the Henry County Locil were in it would bring thrift and enteiprise to al S is worth a And if our magistrates would thousand times its weight in gold our people Inem The Chief of Police at once tue city ftaturuuy shut off on turnpikes for a season wc Airs Sarah E Turner of Tennessee not i tied the police in other cities to K Collins has returned to corld have an abundance of means aided say S S S snatched me from the Mr look out for them and tin gent who the Hot Springs Ark to attend to by capitalists to build the road thereby grave when dying Mrs E J was to leceive the large fee iexeecd- - his duties as Treasurer of his miniiij bringing into our county four or five hun Cosnahan of Richmond Va says company dred thousand dollars worth of taxable S S S saved me from the grave ing sorrowful Mrs Elizabeth Baker of Georgia Miss Mollie Berryman of Ver property When our citizens unite in an enterprise of this kind then mclhinks said Even Vanderbills money iiies is visiting her sister Mrs W Despite the tunv rates during the II Po ey having just returned from all this twaddle unout Capital removal will could not buy what S S S has done One thing it would bring this for me Mibside month of January the following sta Â¬ a visit to friends in Kansas City Capitol Atlanta Ga little village light into tlie suburbs of the Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas- Â¬ tions have been re connected with Mrs Mary Kelly lias returned from Capital Would it not sound splendid to es mailed free i tie E T Telephone Co for the term a visit to her daughter Mrs G C hear the conductor cry out Forks of The swift Specific Co Drawer Woodlnke of one year change cars for 3 Atlanta Ga 157 W 2Ud St N Y liOCKiiart in Pans and other friends Elkhoni c Let us by all Stamping Ground Payne A Berry Jns Agents No in Bourbon county means have this jtoigetown and Fi aid fort iW Dr U V Williams No 71 We have a splendid lino of white S Mrs John Church of this county road J goods Indian linen and check mus- Â¬ J 11 Told coal dealers No 2 spent several days in this city with lin which we are prepared to offer Branch Bank of Ky No 57 Clerk her daughter Mrs M P Gray the V ick8 Floral Guide you at the cheapest price Court of Appeals Oilice No 5J Cap Â¬ first of the week Lovers of the beautiful in art and florMr S T Pence of Bellepoint left iculture have in store a rich treat in the WEITZEL ODONNELL ital Pub Co No Mf E II Taylor o Tuesday morning for Farmers Row Â¬ perusal of Vicks Floral Guide for the year ik iiiiih new station No hi an Jr county to run a band and circu- Â¬ 1887 Each succeeding year brings great Pea Ridge Register Land Oilice and Geological lar saw mill foi Messrs Wm Emery improvement in this popular annual and Mr Bud Crutcher gave a Survey No T2 Blue Wing steam Â¬ ik Sons the present edition is far in advance of preTuesday attendance slim vious issues in beauty of exterior number boat oilice No ot Messrs Jack Tremere and Alex and elegance of floral and vegetable illusMr Bud C gave a dance Wednesday Conway left Monday morning for On Monday night a house on the Covington the former to accept the tration and the krge variety of subjects attendance large thoroughly and practically treated Our enterprising contractors have taken farm of Dr Win Morris about four position ot distiller and the latter of The title illustration a bunch of Fanmiles fiom this city occupied by Mr beerruner at the large distillery at cies and the page in colors of Border advantage of a few days of good weather to g are triumphs of resume operations The missing link will and Bedding Plants Lewis liockersmith was destroyed Milldale have probably soon be completed Â¬ Dr Henry Williamson of New chromo lithography which the hundreds ol by fire together with most of its con never been excelled while Ridge items often lack interest but London tents It was the property of Mr this city Ohio spent bcveral days in smaller illustrations are true to nature and never lack truth with relatives the first of thoroughly described Richard Morris and valued at 8500 the week having come for the pur Those two goose bones on the counter of The volume opens with a series of prac- Â¬ Neither Mr Morris or his tenant jHe of interring the remains of his tical ai tides of great seivice to both Mr II R Williams grocery have been had any insu infant child in the family lot in the amateur and professional gardeners is fol- closely examined by our sage assisted by Mr liockersmith lowed by faithful illustrations showing the the oldest inhabitant and a marked dis- Â¬ rance and the loss falls ver heavily Cemetery at this place interior of the immense Seed House and crepancy in their predictions noted The Mr Pat McDonald Jr left Thurs- Â¬ upon the latter as his little all w s is that day for Huntingdon West Virginia then by engravings of all the leading and only point of tjreement before there will destroyed spring rare varieties of flowers and vegetables he considerable weather to look after the position of steno The Coroners friends have arrived here grapher and type writer in the of- with directions for their culture For mam My residence price fice of the Master Mechanic of the C in the shape of patent medicine almanacs 50U A responsible party wishes txu uauroau wmen nas ueenonereu Among the Colored Citi- - and will be found ornamenting our man- Â¬ tles and shelves during the year zens to rent it for five or ten years at 410 him When Dr s death defying bitters Dn S F Smith n year rlaim to cure one disease Â¬ Â¬ About two weeks ago two parties giving tlu names of lloguc and Hunter showed up in tliis city and after being hero a few days gave it out that they were Pinkcrton detec tives were working up a ease and enlisted the services of several parties The police did not take much to this story and kept an eye on them Chief of Police Lillis determined to make them shov their authority and was consulting City Attorney Ilerndon with regard to it when one of the gentlemen who laid been taken into the confidence of the self styled de Â¬ Â¬ Dr Jas Rodman of Hopkinsville Mrs Henry Morgan and daughter and Mm Garrett Powell of Scott county spent last M unlay with Mrs Sarah Featherston Mr Cash Morris one of the most substantial citizens of this neighbor hood who has resided among us for about four years will move to Scott county about the first of March Sorry he is going to leave The question of building the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Railroad is again being agitated in this com- Â¬ munity The sentiment of the peo ple generally seams to be that they desire the road and will grant the right of way for it but they are op posed to being taxed for its construc- Â¬ tion Last Wednesday night was the oc casion of a very enjoyable masque rade entertainment given at the resi Â¬ A very dence of Mr 11 D Bedford large crowd was in attendance and many funny as well as picturesque costumes were worn Towards the middle of the evening an elegant sii8r per was served after which the Mws Mntlie Â¬ If the sun continues to shine n few days fanners who hrve corn ground to break up and hemp to break out would do well to hi ing it to Capitol Square and liave it done at once for there seems to be more com plaining and hemp breaking done there thnn nuywlieie else in the county Peace and quiet seems to characterize all the churehe- in the city The Roundahout is welcomed by all Â¬ - The Art of Appearing Well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fkankkoki Jidilor Roundabout January 26 1887 Forks of FJkhorn HY a 11 n I would like to suggest to the Treasuier of the Fraukloit Humane Society that lie loo after the poor dumb brutes of South I have been the unwilling Frankfort and unfortunate witness of a poor horse dyinjj for two days on Logan street where the mud could not be less than ten inches deep with the hungry curs and town hogs waiting around for the last breath to leave the once noble steed that school sick they may fill their empty stomachs Elder Edward Trabue closed a pro- Â¬ The owner of the poor brute if he ever tracted meeting hero last Sunday Â¬ had one seems to have foigotten the valuable services rendered by this once valued night with three additions friend and now in his hour of need he is Miss Hannah Innis and Miss Bettie deserted like many of the human kind Gaines have been spending a few days when their services are of 110 more avail with us this week and he lies there with not a straw for a Miss Mollie Morgan of Scott coun- Â¬ pillow or board for shelter his only com panions are the scavengers of the stieet ty was visiting Miss Jennie Feather- Â¬ gather in droves ston last Sunday and Monday which like demons Â¬ Rev Bishop Richard II Cain one of James Gallihue is sick the bishops of A M E Church died at The Woodlake skating rink has dis- Â¬ Washington D C on January 18 1887 He was born in the State of Virginia banded in 1827 Mr Howard Stedman is travelling The muffled drums sad roll has beat tlie for the Kentucky Twine Factory soldiers last tattoo Mr Ben T Hughes of Greenville No more on lifes parade shall meet that brave and daring few Ohio is home on a visit to his parents He was elected in 1887 to the State Miss Virgie Stedman is homo from Constitutional Convention of South Caro- Mrs Â¬ lina twice a State Senator and twice a member of Congress once from the State at large Rev J M Crouch pastor of the A M E Church at Harrodsburg Ky died January 16 1887 The two last surveys have been made on Fort Hill to the cite where the Normal School Building is to be erected and the cheapest and most practical route seems to be on the east side of said hill out the regardless of different constitutions and other circumstances the joke is agood one and becomes simply delicious when all diseases surrender to this mighty remedy Pea Ridge Academy closed Friday The following roll of honor has been prepared by Prof Tinsley containing the names of scholars and their studies Lou E Dennis 1st grade histoiy geog- Â¬ raphy Arthur Edge Lucy Dennis 1st grade reading geography Kate Tracy 1st grade spelling geography Ben Tracy 1st grade reading Newell Pierce 1st grade geography arithmetic Wulter Tracy grade spelling 1st reading Church Dennis 1st grade reading geography Lkzie Edge 1st grade geography Prof Tinsley in closing our school takes this method of thanking the gentle- Â¬ manly trustees for many courtesies shown him during his stay amongst us and to testify to the pleasure it gives him placed the above names on the roll of honor in all persons jig Jit w m - frfFffi i V Sk t r SAM D JOHNSON JAS RODMAN JR FEW FIRM is i I MM D JOHNSON with A asr 217 ST CLAIR STREET EAST SIDE Beg leave to announce to the public that they are READY FOR BUS yil r a X Entireig Hew stocK DRY GOODS la of Which they will sell at prices to suit the times i A h NOTIONS Give them a call KKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT U I NOTICE FRANKFORT JANUARY 20 1887 FOR REPRESENTATIVE Ik m ft ilfii t in We are authorized to announce H TAYLOR JR as a candi Â¬ date to represent Franklin County in the next Legislature subject to the aotion of the Democratic par- Â¬ 2 ty m The style of Hon JR H Taylor Jrs new firm will be E II Tay Â¬ lor Jr A Sons To borrow live hun Â¬ dred dollars on real estate security Wantkd Apply at this office A complete stock of drugs and rfll kinds of druggists sundries at Chap Â¬ man A Gayles 5v Paint brushes oiland glass nt hard pan prices at the hardware house of Gray A Church In order to make room for bund Â¬ ling wall paper in connection with ourjhardwanj establishment we will sell at or below cost all our wines brandies and bar fixtures C E COLLINS BRO Jan 129th 1887 The Kentucky Central Railroad will sell round trip tickets to parties of five or more from all points on its road to Covington next week to to enable all who may wish to go to Cincinnati to see Edwin Booth to do so at small cost t v V All of our housekeepers who de- Â¬ sire their feather beds renovated now have an opportunity to have the work executed in first class style by There will be a meeting of the Re publican County Committee held at The patrons of School District No 2 are WeitzePa flail on Monday January the Benson house requested to meet at school in said district on 81st 1887 at loclck p m A full Saturday Feb oth on business of In- Â¬ attendance or the members is deÂ¬ terest to all in said district Meeting at 3 p m E M Drane sired Col T B Ford will address the Aamnan meeting Tlios Hunter a js s In order to make room for hand Â¬ ling wall paper n connection with See Gray Church on Main street our hardware establishment we will before you contract to have your sell at or below cost all our wines bouse painted and they will save you money brandies and bar fixtures C E COLLINS A BRO Wanted To trade Butler Bates Jan 29th 1887 county Missouri property for prop Attention Sir Knights erty located in Frankfort Ky Apply to Ciiaktes Bridueeord There will be a meeting of the Mack Saiyers wishes to announce Drill Corps of Frankfort Command 7 J oclock at to the public that his Premium Ba Â¬ cry No 4 to night at is now ready and on the the Asylum for the purpose of per con fecting the organization and fixing a market and sells at the lowest prices regular night for drill tf By order of Cleanliness next to Godli- Â¬ E II Taylor ness Drill Master The Western Feather Renovating Company is now located in Frank- Â¬ Editor Roundabout Let us have another railroad and fort Ky No 132 Aiero street preÂ¬ pared to renovate and We have a chance and new feathers Thesecleanse old boom Frankfort gentlemen now to reach Georgetown and the come to us well recommeud They east and also to tap the Louisville have the latest improved machinery Southern giving us an outlet to the Work is guaranteed to give satisfac- Â¬ paid for south and we hereby agree to give tion Highest cash prices for feath Â¬ feathers or work exchanged 100 to begin the subscription ers J N Leedy Gray A Church Foreman W D Ames Win McBrtde and Lost Somewhere in this city a J L Reeves Authorized Agents black imitation alligator leather hand Stop to see the new drug store satchel containing a pair of si ecta- clcs a Deposit Bank book and five 200 ier dozen for solid silver tea Â¬ or six dollars in silver The tinder spoons warranted 20 years at Gray will be rewarded on leaving the same A Church Main street hardware at this ofllce house Â¬ i Educational Meeting At ttensou Political Frankfort Roundabout In a short time the Republican party of Kentucky will assemble to nominate candidates for the Various State offlees Of all the State offices in the gift of the people that of tiov enor demands our gravest attention for If the Governor he a nitre and honest man and not the tool of mo Â¬ nopolists or a despiscr of honest la labor or a sycophant of a syndicate then the Inw rriakOrs vill take their character from the reflex of his Such a man Kentucky needs at the helm of State If the Republicans of Kentucky tan to niaue a proper se lection It will 10 their own fault Having a Common interest in the prosperity and future welfare of dear old Kentucky I have no hesitancy To the Frankfort Jan 27 1887 For Rent A house of seven rooms second door below Washing ton on Broad wuy Apply to R M Ahlrhlga tf Two unfur- Â¬ nished rooms in the central part of Wanted to Rent 1 the City Apply at this office offer my entire stock of china and glassware at first Oot 4tv For 8aie Titoa Rodman jr Mrs Ruliyaii offers some school Â¬ room furniture for sale at a low price I in exuresing my preference With- Â¬ out detracting from the merits of others I think Col Win O Brad- Â¬ ley Is pre eminently the best quali Â¬ fied candidate before the party for Governor He has a public record for efficiency and ability as a jurist As an orator and a statesman he Is the peer of any In Kentucky Inti mately acquainted with the wants of the people and the progressive deÂ¬ velopment of his native State lie is ever ready as he is able to promote the best interests of all its citizens II nominated he will make the po- Â¬ litical atmosphere so hot for the cor- Â¬ rupt mismauagers of State affairs that the offenders cannot breathe It ami live I sincerely believe that his nomination is tantamount to a Farmers having real good butcher stuffon hand which they wish to sell Will receive tlie Highest market prices by calling on Mack Saiyers 223 Main street fl4 tf Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptlons and positively cures Piles or no nay required It is cruar- tin teed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 2o cents per box For stile by Joe LeCompte Cuts Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Excitement in Texas Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris Tex by the remarkable recovery of Mr J E Cor ley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raise ills head every- Â¬ body said he was dying of Consump- Â¬ tion A trial bottler ofrDr Kings New Discovery was sent him Find Â¬ ing relief he bought a large bottle and box of DrKingsNcw Life Pills by the time he had taken two boxen of Pills and two bottles of tho Dis Â¬ covery lie was well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds Trial bot- Â¬ tles of this Great Discovery for Con- sumption free at Jos LeComptes 2 victory For stylish kill gloves go to Sam Co They have the Johnson most complete assortment ever brought to Frankfort D If you want a big dollars worth call on W Wright at 447 east Main street dealer In groceries vegetables bacon and lard 3 tr i j v f the Great Western Feather Renovat Â¬ ing Company whoso representatives have located at 713 Mero street this city for a short time The gentle Â¬ men having the muehiue in charge are thoroughly reliable and come highly recommended from the best citizens of Midway where they have been for some time All of their work in that place gave entire satis Â¬ faction Mr John E Miles is having his house covered with tin during his ling wall paper in conntction with pur hardware establishment we will absence in Florida Mr E Power sell at or below cost all of our wines is doing the work brandies and bar fixtures Dr Green calls it The Rose Leaf C K COLLINS A BUO Jan 20th 1887 A young Main street clerk and a young lady from the South Side will One hundred styles of pocket bo married next month knives to select from at Gray A Churchs hardware merchants on Fou Sale A good milk cow Main street Sign of big anvil Apply to Rev W H Hampton 4 r lu order to make room for hand Â¬ Zephyrs Germaiitown and Saxony Wools all shades Sam D Johnson A Co Ayers Sarsaparilla wonderfully improves the complexion and brings to old and young the bloom of health As a purifier of the blood it has no equal Latest styles in collars handkerchiefs and honlery Sam D Johnson cuffs Co her CmIotU When Bty m titk m When ihe wm Child ihe oried for CutorU When ihe became Ml the clung to CMtorkt When hehftd Children the gara them CeeWci gr If you want a good juicy steak sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack Salyers store No 223Matn street opposite Dr Duvnlls rosldenpe fl4 tf HW fcftdA -- - i - X V A r I v TTwriTin f tv f i r vw v i t - j - V - 7 Tt YRANKMRT ROUNDABOUT n j Franklins Turnpike Commissioners Meeting i Â¬ Jan 25 87 and Bridge Com The Turnpike missioncrsmct at the Court house iPresentS M Tinsle President W L Collins Lawrence Han- non Minutes of last meeting were read and adopted The following turnpikes were present each represented by the President 1 Frankfort Ky the uestspe ciHc for nil diseases of the throat and lungs It will soothe the rough feel Â¬ ing in your throat aid respiration and give the voeai organs flexibility and vitality A Night OfP was produced nt the Harlem Theatre Comique last night before a highly appreciative audience The house was crowded add it seemed ns if all the Harlemites who had A Night Off were ixytrs Uhorryrectoml Stop that cough by the use of Kentucky Central Railroad BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest route from MASTIN BROS -- CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS NORTH EAST DEALERS id I i IN- - Farming Implements SOUTHWEST WEST Hi Field Seeds Buggies Ac Ac FAST LINE BETWEEN ISO 21 1886 38 ANN STREET at the Theatre Nrv York Herald Opera House Monday Jan 31 m LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV South Mound Mo 6 Tlie Verdict Unanimous V Ind T can recommend Electric testifies No llenson Turnpike Joseph Robin- - Bitters ns the very best remedy son President Every bottle sold bus given relief in No t Mnrrisonvillc and Bridgeport every case One man took six bottles Turnpike Joseph Robinson President nnd was relieved of rheumatism of 10 No 3 Frankfort ami Glenns Creek years standing Abraham Hiiro Turnpike R M Trunibo President Druggist Belleville Ohio affirms No 4 Frankfort ami Flat Creek Turn The best selling medicine I liaveever pike F M Conway President This com handled in my 20 years experience is pany reports that tlie county has 250 shares Electric Bitters Thousands of others ef stock which cost 1250000 Certifi cates for same are lodged with County have addedistheir testimony so that the verdict unanimous that Electric Court Clerk Bitters do cure all diseases of the liver Total receipts from June 22 1880 8i 80 kidneys or Blood Only a half dollar to Jan 25 1887 Expenses C04 95 a bottleat Jos Lecomptosdrug store Bi pints Â¬ Â¬ DSult DrupM Ex Sun No 4 Daily No 12 Ex Sun 2 00 p m 3 30 p m 4 39 p m 5 15 P in b 10 p m 5 tap m o 05 p m 7 15 p m Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Piece Warranted for One Year Cynthiani Arr Paris Lexington Lvc Paris Arr Winchester Richmond Stanford Lve Kichmond Arr Berea Livingston Lve Covington Falmouth 10 03 11 830am a m a a p 04 ti 40 a t2 30 p it jo is 3S Lancatter mopm 8 35 p m 9 35 P m to 24 p m 111 10 50 p in m tt 30 p m m 10 55 p m m it 25 p in mKOKKm -- THE BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD nvi 6 oc p m 2 00 p tn 3 20 p m 5 45 P suit the times Come and see them at MASTIN BROS So says everyone who hay bought them Over Fifty sold this Season prices to North Bound Lve Livingston Berea Arr Kichmond Lve Stanford Lve Kichmond No 3 No xi No 1 Jklo T Biicfele3r is In treasury S224 85 No 5 Franklin and Owen Iurnpike Absent Ilord ilesident No 6 Henson Valley Turnpike V L Collins President Lawrenceburg No 7 Frankfort and AbTurnpike Thos Farmer President sent No 8 CROMWELL Attorney-at-La- w AND Wl 8 00 10 25 45 it 11 Lancaster Arr Kichmond Arr Winchester Paiis a m a m a m 20 a in STILL AHEAD WITH THE 6 05 8 11 11 00 1 a m a m Â¬ Lve Lexington 2 7 25 a m 2 45 p m Peaks Mill and Elmvillc Turn 8 25 a m 3 40 p m Pa U 3 PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF pike Robert Church President 8 59 a m 417pm WILL Cvnthiana 3 and the adjoining counties and No 9 Frankfort and Stamping Ground will also give special uttenthm to the purchase Falmouth 10 03 a m 5 18 p m 6 00 p m 11 35 a m 6 45 p m Turnpike Hen Emerson President and sale of real estate collection of rents claims Arr Covington Olllco opposite No 10 Leestown and Ducker Station uud the negotiation of loans Turnpike E V Ayers President MAYSVILLE BRANCH June ia Yf Reports road built in 1882 No 5 Receipts Nov 16 1882 to Dec Daily Daily North Bound Â¬ Real Estate Agont 2 45 3 30 p ra p m 20 p m 45 p m 30 p m 59 P m a m 7 15 a m 8 00 a m Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in ISiisswMLi -- AND 31 1 886 was Disbursed 851 62 93 62 Ex Sun xSun Fancy Goods Of nil descriptions No it Turnpike Alxent No t2 Turnpike No 13 Turnpike No No 14 1 S60 53 Balance due on account of repairs Koail was 334 miles long The county had paid 4000 to the road Lve Lve Lve Woodlake and Spring Station Bedford President Sidney Piri Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Maysville South Bound Covjngton Lexington pike R 15 Frankfort and Georgetown Isaac Wingate President Plum Branch and Bald Knob F M Conway President Bridgeport and Benson TurnArmstrong President M Zion Turnpike Road J C Â¬ 725 a m 425 pm 8 ts m 520 p m 842 a 548 pm 612 p m 005 a a 706 p m 9 57 7 4ipm 1035 a Nc 52 No 54 Daily Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun a m 1250P m 633 a m 129 p m a in 2 3 p m 725 7 47 a m 246P m 8 15 a m 35pm 910 a m 6 lop m it35 a m 6 oop m 3 5J 3 00 p m The 111 Mall 4K iiiHilliiiliVii J i B iJI LARGEST STOCK or i llV STOVES GRATES Vases mm Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covincton Lve Lve Lve Lvc Maysville Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be dupli- Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for get the place Thnrp President No 16 Frankfort St John and Jack- sonville Turnpike V C tryant President No 17 Bridgeport and Farmdale Turn Thrown hack on county pike No lii Forks of Elkhnrn and Cedar Turnpike S Black President In No 19 Frankfort and Lewis Ferry hands of Receiver Â¬ eragjtt rtviiv Y TiTi Tim No 45 leave Lexington 842 p m 800 p m arrive Paris JNO NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win cheter Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connections made at Winchester with Chesipeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Aililnna Huntington Charleston W V and Eastern Cities T BUCKLEY St Clair Street HHilBHjV fi Wlt J 7 I iff -- The following questions were SJ ordered to be recorded in the minutes and the same be printed kt1r7IBIIiflr99BRSia9iYnRV9r9IIPVrY Tlie in the Western Argus presidents of all the roads in which ffJiMMJglflB3fcr3M3BMEtfCt Jr5fcaFfl the county was interested were requested to answer them in writ- Â¬ ing and report the same at the COMPLETE LINE OF next meeting of the commissioners W and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For till particulars address or call on any agent of the company or D A FEELEY S F B MORSE Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Ky Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Puljman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Kichmond Va and Winchester CAPITAL ART GALLERY H Q MA TTERIST Propr3 Main Slreet Over Crutcher I 4- - J t St Storks White Hall Cloihing House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY First How many shares of stock has the county in your road Second What is the value of each share Third How many shares are recorded in tlie County Clerks office Fourth What is the condition of your road Fifth What is the length of your road Sixth What have been the receipts and disbursements of your road from January Hi February 8 1886 Gents Furnishing Goods In Stuck nnd all Kinds of KENTUCKYS EOUTE EA8T 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 Made to Order Housekeepers WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE Attention J NEW YORK IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USE Having Pullman New Sleeping Fon FKOM Seventh rllas your road declared dend in the last twelve months Eighth Mow much has been paid to the county as her part of the dividend Ninth Is the legal requirement com plied with as to the grade of your road width and depth of metal Â¬ 1st 1S86 toJhnuary 1st 1887 LeCOMPTES Capital City Machine Works Cars J B MEEK Fropriotor -- Kt t a divi- Â¬ Manufacturer and Dealer in BAKING POWDER r iJ H LouisvillcCinciiinati Lexington Prepared and FOB SALE ONLY by STEAM ENGINES BOILERS r ft with vouchers for all money paid out showing what character of work was done paying to the County Treasurer any dividends that may have been declared since last report On motion it was ordered that the presidents of each road be re- Â¬ quested to notify the commission- Â¬ ers of the condition of the bridges and culverts on their respective That they also inform the roads commissioners of the time and place of the next stockholders meeting That they also file a copy of the rates of toll charged The board over their roads then adjourned until February 8 W S Dehoney 1887 Secretary Oa motion it was ordered that PROPRIETOR OF THE the president of each road be re questedftosettle with the commis- UMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE semi annually producing sioner AND receipts of each gate keeper as the to the amount received from tolls LCOMPTES HANDSMOOTHER Â¬ Joseph LeCompte WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fust trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Distillery Mill and Agriojjtural Machinery r v DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to Agent for tM 1 R ROGERS -- LYNCHHUKU DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS IN DEALER IN- - Columbus Steam Pumps 123LewiB St Near tho River Frankfort H2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST ATLAS BOILEI2 - EJ2ST3 I2ST3B AlfcTID vKrOIEeiESIS ana Ky FURNITURE- COFFINS Pok your nearest tlcket olllce For tickets and further Information apply to W W MONROE Div Pussr Agent Lexington Ky H W FULLER W C WICKIIAM Sid Vice Prunidont Gen Piibb Agt P IT- MA JOJR F 15 C BtrCBES Dunk REPRKSKNTlNti ATTORNUJY AT LAW General Insurance Agent PHAXKFOKT KY T7ILL PRACTICK IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS V of Fianklln Carroll ialliitln Uoono Owen and Grunt counties In Hih Court of Appeals ujid In the Rderul Court Oniceon Main St Oiiposltormiuers Leading American andTflreigoConpatiitt -- C and Window Fisturei NEW PLAN IN MLL A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN 3 M Firet Is WAKEFIELD CIass Planing Mill 31ytf WITH OVKU- - Havingreoently added to hit Establishment now prepared to furnish all kind of STREET FRANKFORT KY All the latest style furniture constantly in stock Muy 8 lv Choic Goal Cheap KINDS ALL family use Weight DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Leivcry Full 3G Bottonj Prices 1KKM POLICIES WRITTEN ONlARM PROP- Agent Anchor Line of 1 erty uf lowest rute Steamship prepaid Ticket sold from imy point In Great Urlttulii or Ireland Apr 17 1 y 10000000000 ASSETS I 0 0 F G DR J OFFICE S COILINS 4-- Off lastnight wa elegantly staged and was so well acted as to elicit peal after peal of laughter from an audi Â¬ ence that filled the house Chicago Mail Alight - - m Sash Doors Blinds Frames Moldiog ALSO Opera House Monday Jan 31 MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extruded without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide or luughlng gas DENTIST Telephone connection No Scroll Work Stair Work Gottenlout In the best style Turning marKHt GEO B MACKLHT Frankfort ky DccS f MEETS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODtlE NObrothers cordially invited Visiting LKEAOWKNNII J R Wiiiums Sec April 17 tf Job Work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this otilce mT W- - v J i ri 11 I 4 V MWjiMjfcJrtJbjpiSSjgiij WltfrjrBJftVCjIl Jtt3DiumZuJi nijlxitu t asss Jrfl v I - K I