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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fpwf 1 fee GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher FW T5 Frankfort Roundabout 1 DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Ji m YJffl Volume X 41 FRANKFORT The outlook for thu wheat crop generally speaking is rather gloomy Joe J Farrents infant has been quite sick for a week or two Mrs W G Robt i ts has been very much indisposed for some time The most disagreeable day of the season was Friday of last week The watermelon fever broke out in this town last week The Morris Clark show took the vill in two nights this week The heavy rains of the week con Â¬ siderably damaged those bordering on water courses The Bridgeport juvenile minstrels gave a delightful entertainment Sam Parrents Friday night of KYt FEBRUARY 5 1887 Number 21 Why Not Have the Rail rior tllO ltOlMAUUTJ Dear Roundabout 11V road N H C Dear little friend familiar srown This is a question to bo answered The kindest I have ever known by every tax payer and citizen of Fraught with jour mlsson nire Franklin county and in order to You cheer me In in lonely hours And by your charming suiislve powers nnswer it intelligently and to the You banish halt my cure best interest of all concerned it Of violets modest sweet and blue might be well to consider a few facts A chaplct I have mado for you in the case And crown you brUhtest btst Of nil the friends that come to me We will state in the outset that we AcrdsB this wide expanse of sea are a tax payer and will feel the Thou art the favored guest burden as much as any one and we I pray the New Year brlnjr to you are not interested in railroads or whatever seenuth good and true Whatever seemeth ivfso and bright their profits The road as projected May rich successes crowi jour brow will not be confined to the Forks of Ho nlwas true and kind as now Elkhorn precinct and Frankfort And so say good night JanuaUY tth lbt7 but will run beyond the river through the county and tap the Louisville The severest thunder storm of the Southern at a point yet to be desig Â¬ nson awoke our citizens on Wed- nated making it a through county road of incalculable importance as a week evday morning to the realization of carrier and feeder to the entire coun- Â¬ Miss Ellen Parker and Mr A the fact that it was ground hog ty As an oilVet to the tax payers Parker of Alton paid a visi day objections thee leading facts may friends in this tovn last Sunday be put down First The road when The U S Steamer Iroquois of But little inclination is manife completed will pay into the county treasury tax on nearly two hundred in regard to tobacco culture dur mir which Lieut Commander J Crittenthousand dollars equivalent to tax the coming season den Watson is the Commander ar- Â¬ on ten of the best farms in the county Mr Albert Bryant traveling sales rived at Valparaiso Chili December Secondly There is no estimating man for a Lexington firm of grocers 11 the increase in the tax valuation of took in the village last Tuesday properly in Frankfort and the coun- Â¬ ty but it would be wife to put its im- Â¬ Mr Ben T Farmer and family of In Memory of Jesse W mediate increase at a quarter of a Lawrenceburg paid a visit to rela- Â¬ Smith million dollars Thirdly And an tives in this vicinity the first of thu The many week The members of Stoney Creek item not to be despised O F were called thousands of dollars used in the con Â¬ The letters of Mr J E Miles from Lodge No 27fi J struction of the road in the county Florida are read wili much interest together on Sunday the 1UI inst for purpose of paying the last tribute would be mostly left in the hands of by the readers of tiie liouxu about the respect to their departed brother of our people affording at least tempo Â¬ in thN burg Jesse W Smith Brother Smith rary prosperity in money matters be Â¬ Although the sun shone out about was born in 18i was a consistent sides giving employment to many two or three minutes last Wednesday member of the Christian Church at men and teams now idle To the tobacco growers we will morning the probability is the Antioth was initiated into Stoney say that the building of this railroad ground hog didnt see his shadow Creek Lodge No 271 I O O F 011 the April 12th 1881 He filled the ofwould ue lar more prolltauie to you Mr Guilford Sanders says next year than a crop of tobacco ground hog dont know anything fice of Treasurer for two terms and various other ofhecs in which lie was No one can fail to admit that the about it anyway always true to his trust and to the price of coal lumber Ac would bo who Little Maggie materially lessened the transpor- Â¬ been vi utmg iter Jenkins parentshas Order He was ever punctual in his in grand tation of grain stock and ptoduce in this vicinity during the past month attendance zealous in the discharge of ills duties punctilious in his greatly facilitated general her homo returned We are opposed on general prin- Â¬ yesterdayto accompaniedin Louisville obedience to the laws of the Order by her aunt ciples to voting aid in the construc- Â¬ Mii s Kate Jenkins who will remain and courteous in Ids intercourse Â¬ witli his brethien we need not say tion of railroads but this is a neces sity and admits of no alternative in that city some time visiting her more He leaves behind a record Bob and John that justifies what one brother savs We are uciijars in his case not brothers h was a devoted brother a I lie appropriation asked Now that the subject of railroads is of him choosers in this instance will be a very mod Â¬ agitating the public mind more than loving husband a kind and affection Â¬ erate Hie eoiipued with other any other Bridgeports say in re Â¬ ate father a good citizen an honest counties and considering the great gard to the matter seems to bo in man a faithful Odd Fellow and a Who among us expense in construction in this coun Â¬ order We are fully impressed witli true Christian ty and we are at si loss to understand the idea that a link connecting would not be satisfied if the same the Louisville could be truthfully written on his how any one can fail to seethe im Â¬ Frankfort witli portance of thu road to evory neigh Â¬ Southern at or near Graefensburg a tomb Friend and brother farewell borhood in Franklin county What distance of only about eight miles Thy grave is flooded with tho chasten Â¬ will enhance the value of property in ought to be constructed The advan Â¬ ed sunlight of autumn like the even- Â¬ one section is of equal importance to tages to accrue from this link to ing glory of a well spent life Light the other It might be interesting tins whole section Frankfort in- Â¬ lie the earth on thy clay and may thy Let spirit welcome us when our days as well as instructive in this connec Â¬ cluded is clearly perceptible tion to observe what our neighbors the capitalists of Frankfort and this work is done to the ranks of the are doing in thequeitiou of railroads end of the county agitate the pro brotherhood who have crossed the Scolt county although possessing a ject subscribe liberally and witli the river into the unseen land To his family to his friends to his grand trunk line tue Cincinnati aid Col Bennett Young will as Â¬ Southern is now ready and anxious suredly contribute this grand en Â¬ brethren especially to those among us who are on the to vote a tax to aid a line from Mid Â¬ terprise will be consummated of life whose heads are frosted with the way to ieorgetown and are likewise willing to vote toward constructing Tho following is tho roll of honor of snows of many years and who are our road Jiourhuu county with tho Uridcunort Public School for the becoming conscious of the approach of the time when the grasshopper three good roads lately voted four month of January will be a burden anil the days will hundred thousand dollars for thu John Jaokson S Ruth Wilson OS 01 Ola Hawkins come when we shall be weary of same Clark and other omities are Lucy Brown 18 them to us all the departure of our 18 Susio Huriuton going ahead while poor old Frank- Â¬ Annie Hall 8 Julia Sanders 17 brother is the severing of another lin is behind the times and slow to Emma Russell realize the importance of the matter Daisy Parrent 11 Belle CunuiugliuiuJft link which bound us to earth But 12 with the eye of faith we can look Frankfort well situated geograph Ethel C interior Dl Halliu Roberts Brownie lnrrunt 12 forward and see that another link ically is the dullest town in the i LoimUureklmrdt v DO 11 Amelia Kehr Lizzie Kehr lias been forged that shall never be mine iwviii mi i Kiiy iiiuwiiiy uuii Willie AVndo 11 Arvin Morris 11 fo her haeresYs severed Our brother in that un that one an enemy 11 11 Goorgo Hancock known world beyond the river and frequently discrimiiiutiugiiguiiist Will Oooloy 18 eagerly watching for the day to her in freight business The city John Heriulon 18 JohnIIBrown 18 come when his 18 Ed Elliott outstretched hand offers u striking contrast to other C Armstrong 18 C larreut 18 Allio Wilson grasp our feeble arm and he towns around much younger in John 17 will 18 Ernest Wilson shall welcome us to the home of the years and less favorably located CliiuuSunders Willie Hull Sunders Look at Winchester Mt Sterling J Uurckliardl 11 Morviu 1nrrout 11 blessed The remains were followed by the Richmond and others where you G Huroklmrdt 12 Ernest Parrent 12 really see tho thrift industry and Duvis Hawkins Uli Karl Kehr 10 members of Stoney Creek Lodge rush due to the influence of rail Â¬ David Snnrrow 81 Arthur Harrod and 81 No 271 1 O O F the family a large concourse of relatives anil roads Our near neighbor Law Â¬ J B Liu A B friends to the church at Autiocli renceburg is lifting up iter head Miss Ida M Cuockbtt where they were interred there to and will soon have two roads and await the call of our Master at the will laugh at us in our ignorance and resurrection morn poverty Wake up fellow citizens let us be up and doing before it is too EDUCATIONAL it is ordered that the charter and emblems of the Lodge be draped late If we are not able to see any money in it for ourselves our chil Â¬ All teachers and friend- of schools will mid the members wear the usual dren may reap the benefit please lcmeiiilier the 221 of February is badge of mourning for thirty days Itexulvetl That the family of the de Â¬ C K W the day of the Educational Meciinj at ceased be furnished a copy of these Lexington resolutions and the Lodge retain a The delegation from Franklin promise copy of the same Bridgeport large one and 1 WK HAVE A Large Stock of SHIRTS laundried shirt 100 both Laundried and oOc fM M Unlniuidried A beautiful Unlaundried shirts from to 100 50 Dozen Linen HANDKERCHIEFS to select from beautiful colored borders at 15c 25c and 33 l3c each To reduce our stock of HATS we have marked down to much less than usu il prices M IlV it n Si Â¬ Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos Humphries is ready to take your Â¬ measure HUDSON HUMPHRIES GASSEL1 N no dye li Aver nnil tho gooil It doiH Is by t It ItnpirH to llii Tlcro liniA - nloy Vigor ictuu ii jomli ill fivsluicM iiml culur to faded ind jiiiy liilr It nltuliw these result by die Hlm ulitlou of thu liilr rootJ iul colur luuie It riJiiuTintcs lliu ami tliuiiei It ltitbturud to thu ciliir by ilp lnt Kinoti of iiij or liUii Vi of lliu and biitlli i iliuicy i iul ucumu C -- A VETOJCl lkr Hair - A Si V IdlKf Visor emu NOTIGE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I bought from Mrs Addle Garrett administratrix of E Whlteoldcs deceased his entire Interest In the THE Â¬ tj jp XJLaXitiit of Furniture and Undertaking FlIKm liiri foftnes lllirV JLX fZ7 Ti vJLtL tliu istunu litiv BUSINESS And have sold one halt Interest In my business to and lualhfidju In wliUi it niilntilM lliu -1 filiclitml lliu of CI11 1 1 condition ilirii m a tlia lillln of tli id it failing iiiiImiiicu Nollilni tlctli nt of dindriilV t o iitrlnlly and 10 ifiiotitsilly Vicm nreuiiH Its in Avcrs ihu enruthu iid Kit r Mo In nildltton IittiiH iicciiliit to VT Hiif y itNiitiilitlmv TlijIIsir iVXvJJ--- i by far thu ilrnull i t Hlr dn Inj 11111U Ii It iMiisiM tho lnlr lo tiriw thick nnd Ion iiml LciiM It ulwaj ri coft mid bloi y iuri for Uribliy liilr Sudd lKd Iiclilnlluinrj Titter Son Turpid Inlllilit i ml il ntliir di ir 14 ot Hie ilp tlat cun - J- JJLl O fi VT7T5i Halt- VlK - r new thu lialr Vlj or U tho Wt UIO W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be tt 775 1 STATEN And May 8 DEHONEY JAS T STATEN itu if IIii the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes Staten No 18 at Clair btreet tf yuj Ayers Hair igor Contiiins no deleterious Intrredlenti n It lireventJ nil Mulrt disease t eeiiUH iigilnt I Ii itriirou inn thin or rny nnd mrely emeu sl bildmnd that i notnrnnie IRErAUED rv 1 - j Â¬ Or J C Aycr Co Lowell Ulass sa Sold by all Druggists di-cliiu-- iSSSSfff J lMfci7Bit vl Qh ve H la Jl Z S V3 w Vi hiii i nniiiiMii 1 Â¬ mini Tho most wonderful Pain Ciiror tho world has over Your money will known bo returned if not found us represented SSISjIil COMPLETE LINE OP Gents Furnishing Good In Stock and all Kinds of Shirts Made to Ordei Housekeepers IF - Attention USE Children Cry for Pitchers Castorin YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD LeCOMPTES to be a Still sloppy counties will do as well c hope the other J January 21 JASIEK Daiion W Stkgkh Com Very little plowing yet Corn not yet all gathered Eggs are becoming moro plentiful Tho heaviest rain of tho season fell in this vicinity last Wednesday The spring session of tho Bridge Â¬ port bchool commenced last Monday Mr Charlie Hedges is some better than when lust reported There will be more new school houses built during this year than any previous year Let the oou work go on Â¬ C MSUMONlvS ii tee WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w BAKING POWDEF I Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by 18S7 Education is the greatest and best interHalls Vegetable Sicilian Hair lie est of our State Every dollar spent in the newer imparts u fine gloss and fresh Â¬ cause will biing inteiest in the future that ness to the hair and is highly recom Â¬ will be imperishable mended by physicians clergymen The County Teachers Association meets and scientists It removes dandrutf on Saturday reuiuary 12111 ne pro muKcs tne setup wnite aim ZW intended for last and restores gray hull to its youthful giamme 11111 meeting color 1 Joseph LeCompi PROPRIETOR OF OF THE - iVl counties ami uttenlton to the nurclmse iiml sale ot rwil i8tite collection ot rems claims Olllce opposite mid tho neitotlatlon of loans Court house JuueJi ly will nlso Llve sneclal Wlia Heal Estat THEAgent IN lUACTICi unit tho mllolnlnt COUNTS iAMOUS GEN HARRIS C0L0GAND LCOMPTES HANDSM00THE Vj M mm r Vt IAM fl KlJLl L v Al JP zzxssfisnEE KJaOMIHl v m imntL Wf ff V I FM i if v fT RiF FRAMFOKT RUUNDABUUT loitered nt tho post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEORGE A LEWIS Ed-i-to- r and FnaTslisljer FEBRUARY fi tf FRANKFORT 1887 Little Albert Gallatin infant son of Mr James A and Mrs SalHe 13 Hodges died at the residence of his parents in Louisville Sunday at 1 oclock p m after a brief illness with bronchial pneumonia The re Â¬ mains were brought to this city Mon day afternoon and interred in the family lot in our Cemetery the fu- Â¬ neral taking place from the residence of Col John N Crutcher in Belle Point at 10 oclock Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing This sweet little fellow just at an interesting age was the idol of a fond mothers heart and tho joy of a doting father the sudden fading of his bright young life is a crushing blow to them But there is a balm for them even in tltis severe afflic- Â¬ tion their baby boy is now one of the angel choir safe from the storms of life a bright jewel in the Masters crown Tho sorrowing parents have the sincerest sympathy of a large circle of friends and relatives Â¬ The large and enthusiastie railroad meeting held at the court house Tuesday evening shows that our peo- Â¬ ple are waking up and taking a deep interest in the matter of securing a competing line of road to this city from Georgetown It is to be hoped the interest will not be allowed to flag but will be kept at fever heat until the road is secured There will be an adjourned meeting held at the court house on Monday at Which there should be a large attendance of the people of the county Frank- Â¬ fort and Franklin county can get this road if they will exert them- Â¬ selves and are not afraid to tax themselves for that purpose A rumor being current on the streets of our city that the U S Steamer Essex to which Ensign Hugh Rodman is assigned had ex Â¬ ploded and sunk we are glad to say that the rumor is unfounded and that the damage to the vessel wnK slight and was occasioned by the ex- Â¬ plosion of an exercise torpedo One man was killed and three wounded The Essex is at Hong Kong China being repaired The people of Scott county take a vote to day on the proposition to sub Â¬ scribe 25K0 to the capital stock of the extension of the Versailles Midway railroad This road is another link in the line that is being made around us Franklin county should arouse and go to work with the same energy that has marked the people of Woodford and con Â¬ nect with this new line and thus hold her own Sam M Gaines and Miss Laura Westfall of Hopkinsville Ky were married in that city on Wednesday last by Bishop T U Dudley The bride is a beautiful Capt w w R L Harry Cane gave an en Â¬ Republican Convention tertainment on Friday night of lat The Republicans of Franklin coun week which was an exceedingly en Â¬ ty will meet in convention nt the joyable affair to all present Court house in the city of Frankfort N Railroad will sell on Monday February 7th 1887 at 2 The L round trip tickets to Louisville for oclock p m for the purpose of ap Â¬ week to all pointing delegates to the State con- Â¬ one fare every day those who have secured their theatre vention which meets in Louisville We would like to say a word to economical buyers about a large stock on Wednesday May 11 1887 tickets to see Booth of hats wc have on hand and do not want to carry EnWAUD M DltAXK If the ground hog did not come Chrn Count j Committee over We have filled one of our large out Wednesday to look for his shad ow it was not because the thunder Frankfort should bo especially show windows with them was not loud enough the night be Â¬ interested in having the proposed fore to awaken him from his winter new railroad built from this city to nap the Virginia line for by that means we will bring the people of Eastern Our little city has been flooded Kentucky here without their having with buyers of fast trotting slock the to come through Lexington or Cin- Â¬ past ten days and it is here that they cinnati From letters received by find what suits them More than We think this should sell every one in a weeks time members of the committee appoint Â¬ one car load has been shipped from ed nt the meeting Monday night the this point in the last few days indications are that the counties CRUTCHER A young man by the name of Lud above us are fully alivo to their inter Â¬ BSMain Street Cornish was hung on Saturday niuht ests in this matter and it is abso Â¬ last by a mob near Springfield lutely certain that they will do their Washington county Ky Cornish part towards securing the road FOR REPRESENTATIVE m DR W KELLEY murdered a few days before a young e are authorized to announce JAMES AN The Shelby News says there is to marry Jilin lady who refused EW SCOTT us a candidate for Representative OF CINCINNATI OHIO N Railroa1 probability of the L l Franklin county subject to the action of the WILL BE AT THE Elk horn has been higher the last being straighted between this cit locrutlc party and Louisville by a railroad being few days than has been known for HOTBZi years and considerable damage has built from Bagdad to Shelbyville IN FRANKFORT KY o been done to farmers living along its G The river has been rising rapidly SATURDAY FBBY 12 1887 banks for several days but yesterday after- Â¬ - SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 CAPITAL Mr J Gray McLean lias purchased noon wns on a stand with twenty from Miss Mary Gayle a lot on five feet of water in the channel by Dr Kelty mokes a specialty of curing BLEEDING Second Street South Side thirty flve pier mark BLIND and feet front by two hundred back at per dozen for solid nickel 0 AA silver tea spoons warrant 700 Mr McLean we understand proposes to commence the erection of ed twenty years at By the BrlnkerholT Sjstcin and a cure Is guaran teed In eery cube cf Pllts 342 MAIN STKEET- a residence as soon as the weather will GRAY CHURCHS NO KNIFE IS USED permit NO LIGATURE IS USED The entertainment given in the PORTHAITS CRAYON LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED The Grand Council of the Royal academy of music last night was the best the NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Templars of Temperance will as- Â¬ been thing of city kind that has ever AND ALSO in this semble in this city on Thursday The company is a strong one and FISTULA 1IV A1VO morning next at 10J oclock and re Â¬ as the stage management is in the Is cured main in session two days The ses Â¬ hands of that veteran in the show FISMJItES sions will be held in the Council business Chas Sweeney everything Cured without cutting or tearing is worked for all there is in it and Of all Sizes at Reduced Price Chamber of the City Hall thefun goes fast and furious Twenty m RECTAL ULQER two people are seated in the first part The post office room in the new with Al Field and Horace McLean The great bane of humanity Is cured if the patient does not call too late This Is the greatest Government Building is nearly on the outside ends The costumes secret enemy of niuiiklnd and h disease of which of themen the fine vocal and instru- Â¬ BE little or nothing was known befoie the BRINK BLACK COMPANION SOMEWHERE ready and the post office will be this city and Bridgeport mental music the funny songs and A tween cabinet photographs a bottlecontaining EUIIOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled moved into it next Saturday night sayings of the end men all combine one or two ladies underclothing with my of quinine with constipation or occasional uttack of diarrhea name on and Koine tijsptpMa Itching Increased the 12th inst The room is liand to form one of the best minstrel first the Inside on a card A liberal reward will bo lame back headache bladder trouble that are not at night kidney and paid the Under If left ut this office ut II It aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel somely fitted up the woodwork be Â¬ parts we have witnessed in a loner Williams store or Harry Thomas Bridgeport ii is now a wen esiuonsneu iaci inai many dis Â¬ MRS HELEN GREEN eases of the stomach liter kidney bladder ing of oak oiled and varnished and time In the olio there are a number KyFeb 5 lt womb und nervous system are either cutucd or deserve special aggravated by the coexistence of PILES VISTU- Â¬ the boxes and drawers are of the of specialties that these was the base mention Among LA FISSURE or RECTAL lLCER latest and most improved pattern ball statute clog which was fine REFERENCES m Horace McLean with his banjo is a W J HUGHE8 Frankfort IN PERSONS KNOWINGTHEMSELVE8 bigcard no matter whose show he is The demand for first class trotting RICHARD FERG I SON Frankrort debted to John L Jones are requested to with and down come forward and settle at once Mr i 1 stock is very great just now and the house he always brings his I nold who is cutbrnrtd to iccelve and receipt Ar- J M WITUROW LexlLgtun for Jack Russell in Dr Kelley always be promises to be greater Franklin say was very funny and the people same can on Second found ut the old stand of C R every day of can be found at his Cincinnati offtreÂ¬ each week except FRIDAY and SAT street ireshum URDAY L FJOHNSON county has as tine a lot of horses in were not slow in catching on Taken Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Assignee John L Jones mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ this line if not finer than any of our all through the slum is good and Feb lt dressing we can say to Manager Field that Dors neigh Among those who own he need have no fear to follow up the VV I KELLEY M I such stock our young friend Mack best of em 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 Salyers has several thai are crack animals Those who design buying Rliueinatisni and Neural- Â¬ BS CONSULTATION FREE tB Air Â¬ HATS HATS mm nt Â¬ Former Price 2 250 Reduced to 100 STARK I m MATTERNS CAPITAL wuu ART GALLERY ITCHING PILES -- V Â¬ H 1 PHOTOGRAPHS LOST Â¬ Â¬ D such stock would do well to see these before making purchases gia Cured in a Days Dec 26 ly s1 r a and accomplished lady groom Is well it and the w - K I I L1 say anything about him everybody men women and children know him as a an A No 1 gentleman Heros to you Captain and your Wednesday evening charged with Muy you live long and the robbery and arson Ho was em Â¬ fair bride prosper ployed by Col Hoge as a baud on Mrs Mary S Overton a lady well his farm known to many of our older citizens Our readers will remember that died at iter home near Lexington we made a note a few weekssince of on Tuesday morning of pneumonia the fact that a gentleman named in tho 80th year of Iter age She was Walter F Jones had been doing buried from Christ Church Episco- Â¬ business here as an agent of the pal on Thursday morning This Provident Savings Life Assurance gentle estimable lady was much esÂ¬ Society without license and that he teemed and beloved by all who knew had left suddenly upon finding that her he would be punished for it It ap Â¬ John Board a lifetime prisoner in pears that the gentleman was not the penitentiary sentenced for mur- Â¬ aware of the fact that he was vio Â¬ der attempted to commit suicide on lating tho law and being a nervous Friday night by hanging himself to sensitive man he became so fright- Â¬ the grating of the door of his cell ened that he lost his head and fled He was discovered by one of the incontinently The facts coming to guards in the cell house and cut the knowledge of Messrs Sudlow Marsh the general managers of the down before life was extinct company Major F E Marsh ut once Miss Lucy Stockton gave an ele- Â¬ came to our city and settled the mut- Â¬ gant entertainment to her young ter satisfactorily with the authori- Â¬ ties friends on Wednesday -- aint necessary to The Indiana Chemical Co have discovered a compound which acts A was made on with truly marvelous rapidity in the Wednesday mornjng last to burn cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia We guarantee the residence of Cor C E Hoge at every case of it to cure any and acute Inflammatory Jones station three miles and a half Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 from this city It seems that a trunk DAYS and to give immediate re- Â¬ belonging to a lady visitor was bro- Â¬ lief in chronic cases and effect a ken into and between 7o and 100 speedy cure of 30 cents in two cent On receipt stolen therefrom The clothing in stamps we will send to any address the trunk was saturated with coal the prescription for this wonderful oil as well as the bed which was in compound which can be filled by home druggist the room and then set fire to your take this means at small cost We of giving our The fire was discovered and extin- Â¬ discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ guished without serious damage to ting it out as it patent medicine it being much less expensive We will the house ex convict named Jes Mukes gladly refund money if satisfaction is An not given was arrested and committed to jail Tin- Indiana Chemical Co r second attempt - I ft Jul W O Il H U 1 FOR SALE Oil HM Uti DWELLING A FRAME cistern smoke CONTAINING NINB rooms house and necessary on outbuildings M tf St Clair street Apply to T n IlliKK PHINN J it LOGAN McKEE Vit St ClajrSt SHIRTS f Fine Ilinen I HOktsARSBUFP DEtps I DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE EACH END containing four rooms lot 75 by 112 feet 1c catod on Cross street formerly tho property of Mrs Frances Campbell Will sell either portion or us a whole B S GAYLE For terms apply to H R Williams FOR SALE A VALUABLE Crnwfordsville Ind The Delightful Liquid Lax ative HAVE ADDED TO OUR STOCK A COM line of GENTS FURNISHING JOODS and havo on hand a full lino of shirts collars and cuffs und a stylish und well selected Hue of neckWe also have the agency for tho celebrated Â¬ wear iOLD AND SILVER shirt both laundrled and uu UOTICK WEITZEL WE Â¬ luundrled Come und see us 1 Syrup of Fijjs is a mosj agreeable and valuable family renin ly as it is easily taken by old and j ung ajid is prompt and effective curing Habitual Constipation und the many ills depending on a weak o itfactive condition of the Kidneys Liver and Bowels It acts gently sti ugthens the organs on which it acts and awakens them to a healthy activity For side by 1m ODONNELL I WISH TO SELL MY RESIDENCE IN SOUTH 1 Frankfort only because it Is too large forme The house has 8 rooms and kitchen besides u lurgo brick servants room brick coal house mid a lurge stable for both horses and cows A well of excellent water sufficient for a dozen families also u cistern un with Utile expense connection con be nude with the City Water Works a burgaln can be hud in this property Also some bulldluz lots Apply to 11 1 m 0 the premises W C MACKL1K MRS COL JOUETT L F COMPTON FARM FOR SALE tng A FINE FARM LOCATED FOUR MILES northeast of Frankfort Kentucky contain- - COMPTOH MACKLIK 105 ACHES of good land which can all be cultivated The luiproveinentH consist of a two and u half story frume house of twelve rooms und kitchen with large cellar iood well of water and cistern at the door Stiihlpn cornwrlli LTimirv mid blacksmith shoi all new Will be sold on reasonable terms There Is u new tenement house containing iour rooms on the place IROIHIKTORS Elkhorn Roller Mills -- M Chapman Gayle iiavk Tins rvLh- - A full line of floor oil cloths at low prices - AND HANVrACTIME WEITZEL ODONNELL For particulars address Or Inquire on the premises At Frankfort cu Februury 2 by Rev J Mc Clunky llluyuey I I Mk Uimkles e Ukdmon and Miss Makv Fbanceh Slucuku Frankfort Ky l Wni Six of thtbest grades of the best Flour made in the World Office wareroom Broadway For Sale iuBi ij pp Capitol Square OF THREE ROOMS AND TEWEL GRIST AND HOMINY MILLS MA- - ACOTTAGE by m fwt locaed on KITCH or stree South Frankfort Hydrant und oml Hawkins of Huwklns Landing J chiuery all new used only eight montns ch McKEE MILAM Anderson county Ky on Wednesday Junuury purtlculurs upply to erm8 MPI ttt tU oflU lfccuftt ao aged M yearn 818 Muln street up aUlri M5B7 U Mk O DIED B rtvl- uas - rsLLJ V W v t mW- r - aU k AMiMy M L Aih V v m BQDNDBBOOT FlUNKFOltT KY t suppieiiieii FEBRUARY 5 1887 rvA fc VJfcf- f- fv Personals Miss Mamie Scott is visiting Miss Stillwell in Woodburn Ky Tlios Tiiiiberlake Esq of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city Thursday Col Hiram Berry returned from New York City on Sunday evening Capt T D Marcum of Catletts burg was in the city on Wednesday Mr J M Withrow jr ofPadu cah was in the city this week Miss Mary P Lewis of Woodlake has been visiting friends in this city tills week Miss Mary Ely returned Wednes Â¬ day from a visit to friends in Con- Â¬ necticut Miss Julia Blakemore of the Farm dale neighborhood is visiting in Lexington Mr George F Berry returned from a business trip to New York City on Sunday evening Col Jake Corbettof Paducah is visiting his parents on the South Mrs ill Circuit Court meets on Monday sole agents Bros Olliver Chilled Plow and repairs Mnstiu V for Â¬ Clark n grocer doing busi ness in Craw mado an assignment on Thursday to Mr S J Salyers for the benefit of his Creditors J Come one come all ifnd exam ine our new store next to engine Â¬ house Mastin linos Dr W I Kelley of Cincinnati will be at the Capital Hotel next Saturday February 12th as his ad Â¬ vertisement elsewhere in this paper hIiows Skkd3 Blue grass clover tim- Â¬ othy oats and hemp seed at Mnstiu Side Bros t S J Bohannan is seriously at her residence corner of Main It was too dark and gloomy all and St Clair streets day Wednesday for the ground hog Miss Nellie Rauck of Bourbon to seo his or anybody elses shadow county is visiting Mrs S J Bohan Â¬ and the supposition is that he is now nan camping on the outside of his hole Mr Wallace Steele night telc- graph operator at the depot ha re- John W Rodman Esq of this turned lrom a visit to Paris Ky city and Mrs Jennie Murphy Sale Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Nellie will be married on Wednesday ivxt Orbison went to Louisville yesterday February 9th at the residence of the morning brides mother near the Forks of lion W J Chinn has been very ill for the past week with pneu- Â¬ Elkhorn monia Â¬ N It Mr Paul Meek of the L Messrs Mastin Bros the enter It was in the city on business with Â¬ prising agricultural implement mer the State officers on Wednesday chants on account of their increased Mr Chas B LeCompte will leave business have been compelled to re Â¬ on the 23 th Inst for a trip to San move their stoie from Ann street to Jose California for his health 1he large three story building on Miss Mary Nash of Louisville is Main street formerly occupied by visiting at Judge Richards South Co next to Side Messrs W A Gaines fire engine house where they the Miss Mamie Walby of Lexington sire opening a first class stock of who has been visiting the Missis goods in their line They will lie Hughes returned home Monday glad to have their friends call and Misses Annie and Emily Thomas pee them in their new quarters are visiting their aunt Mrs Keining ham in Paris The marriage of Mr Walter L Mays one of the pitchers of the Patteson of the State Register and Metropolitan Base Ball Club of New Mary Baker eldest daughter of York spent Saturday and Sunday in Miss Col John P Baker formerly of this in this city city now paymaster in the U S Mrs J C Thornton of Versailles army and stationed at Leavenworth Kan will take place at the residence spent several days in the city this of the brides parents in that city on week visiting her daughters Mrs Wednesday next at two oclock p S T Railey and Mrs J B Lewis in in the presence of relatives and Combs who has been Miss intimate friends only Mr Patteson visitingMinnL the Misses Johnstou South leaves for Leavenworth to morrow Side went to her home in Lexing Â¬ afternoon and will return with his ton Thursday bride to this city immediately ar Miss Richards of Omaha Neb riving hero Thursday morning State Iteyister who has been on a visit at Judge tfprinqftetd Ils Richards went to Lexington on Jan aO Mr Patteson lias many friends Monday to attend school and relatives in this city and county who congratulate him on his good Forks or Elkhoru fair young bride is a fortune Tlio High waters great nieco of the wife of President Plenty of rain Abraham Lincoln Elk horn is booming Syrup of Figs Miss Alice French was visiting Manufactured only by the Califor- Â¬ friends in Frankfort last week nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Died Last Thursday week in- Â¬ Cal is Natures Own True Laxa fant child of Mr Robert Howe tive It is the most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective Mr James Cnllihuc left here last remedy known to cleanse the system Wednesday for Alabama prospect Â¬ when bilious or costive to dispel ing headaches colds and fevers to cure Miss Nellio Byrne of Muysville habitual constipation indigestion In fit cent and 100 Ky is hero visiting her sister Mrs etc For sale Dr Thompson bottles by Chapman Gnyle Â¬ Â¬ mother-in-law- s Mrs Warrens in South Frankfort The Teachers meeting to day at Mr Louis Morton and Miss Cariie Benson promises to be an illustrious affair well worthy of the intellect Ewing were united in holy wedlock found in and around that cradle of by Father Young Feb 2d Stay on your side of the fence Bro Young literature Rev Geo Patterson ex pastor of Jacksonville opens a store on the spot of an old one on a cash system Big Bethel Baptist Church is about Thisnew departure is predicted to end to bring suit against said Church for in ruin as the old plan was based on damages The pastor lately called to the said Church has not yet ar- Â¬ endless credit ShVlby rived Mr Robert of term The lptters of Bro Darsip and Col Miles urn enlnvofl with ntntnii relish and we would say come up and sub- scrioe lor the uouxmiuout ana you can read them too Persons wishing to purchase high grade or full blooded short horn cat- Â¬ tle should see the herd of Mr T II Bedford They arc a beautiful lot and speak well for Franklin county Mr Crutcher Gathered for tlac Round- Â¬ chased O100Racres of having pur Â¬ land from his about father will soon borin the erection of The blood seen on the moon over a beautiful residence and by the Hatton probably indicated war beÂ¬ way our pike irom i ranuiort up tween Zeke Yokum and the railroad has more pretty residences than any agent at that place pike leading out of Frankfort C Jones the well known Prof T cast iron showman is at present a Among tlie Colored Citi- Â¬ guest and a preceps in the family of zens Mr Levi Scott at New Hope BY Cf ii n Prof Browder of Frankfort and Maj Hugh Tracy have consented to Mr Berry Johnson is very sick at to render a few humorous selections his residence in Bellepoint to day at Benson Rev II The unpublished Christmas pres Â¬ protracted C Mitchell has begun ents donated by Col J P Moore of ent Baptist meeting at the Independ Â¬ Church to ins friends from a Moorland Mr Ben Brown is sick at his Christmas tree at Moorland amount Â¬ ed to 10 Two of Mr Lewis Leas children are sick with sore throat Mrs Lewis Cox of Stedmnnville has been visiting her niece Mrs South Trimble Mrs Sclusher and Miss Maggie Tu- Â¬ nis of Stedmanviile neighborhood were up in this vicinity last week So much railroad talk out hero that you can almost see her coming Let her como We would like to know who J is Well hes n railroad man we guess from ills talk Mr A C Harper has rented his farm with the exception of 03 acres to Mr Moore for 0 30 Mr William Pryor of Woodlake shipped last week a fine Berkshire gilt to Mr J S Oit of Augusta Ky Price 20 Friend Will also re- Â¬ ceived last week from Ohio two as fine Poland China sows as were ever shipped to this State Mr S P Bishop having rented his place to Mr John Bowen will sell to the highest bidder on the 10th of this month his stock crop farm implements household and kitchen furniture He expects to start south about the loth Mr South Trimble received last week from Ohio a fine Chester sow 0 months old weight 185 lbs also a fine boar pi for which he paid 10 Mr T intends to make a speciality of the Chester swine Farmers desiring that stock will leave orders witli him Washington Crutcher sold to Mr of Fayette county 20 head of nice steers this week Prices fancy Mr Owen says patent medicines and drugs go off better than he thought Bro Polk South returned Tues Â¬ day last from a very long evange-Â¬ listic tour Mr Fred Lavall and wifo passed through our burg last Monday en route to Marion county The little baby of Mrs Mat Per Imm is lying dangerously ill with pneumonia Mr Win Jordan having given up the King farm will move to Frank- Â¬ fort to live Wo are sorry to lose so good a neighbor Mr O Bryan of Lagrange Ky lias rented of Mr King his farm the Mastin place and moved up this Cecil week Master Walter Marshall of Frank- Â¬ fort was in our neighborhood this week making arrangements to at- Â¬ tend Excelsior Institute for the next Sheridan tells the writerthat four thoughtless chickens found on yesterday a pack Â¬ age of green coliee which they open Â¬ ed and ate To day they are dead birds Mr Thomas Wilborn and lady at Scrabble have the nicest little in- Â¬ land business store in the State Mrs Wilborn is an artist of reputa- Â¬ tion and her present new studio is u gem of art Flag Fork buried the tomahawk Tlio Indian yells of bad boys in the days of yore aro buried in the sands of time and forgotten Peace aiul tran- Â¬ quility rule the hour to day at Flag Fork We were nround to Bro fl Ss this week but they were not build Â¬ ing any roads to the Normal School They have made so many that they will have to wait until Mr Woodson can survey a few more If you want to know why and how it is that lightning strikes man beast houses itc just go to Bro II rainy day and shop Ss barber hear on aexplained from you will it Benjinian Franklin to n Thompsons colt stand point Mrs E Roxborough and Miss C dress Roxborough fashionable makers of Cincinnati mother and sister of Miss M T Roxborough one of the teachers in the Pulic School Jett have- moved to Frankfort to live Â¬ Mr T C Newbold left for Mem Mr George Turner the Clinton street barber is creating a little sen Â¬ phis Tenn last Monday among the people in west Col G Hog got washed out here sation town by telling themthe end of that G 2d about a m on the B Muck in says there are a hundred Dry Run Creek was out of its feet of water coming down the river and will reach here soon banks Wednesday last 5 1 k i U b1 fll Sj fll A H 1 1 fH flfl i5tAij B 1 jfl i M i m w hbI jbA jPppjflflflfl gBaM iBB H Wi llllfll f- fHuifll jMfflBl iflBI jflflj bb1 wflB M Mm 31B w I IS J1 91 bBvJH lBI Ifl BlflB SHoHH 8WrIBi flBflvl - viilflfl VISUM Ksfifli IBfflfl jwsflfl fl fl fll I fl II fl V b- IB JHHI cwbvbh iflflBAI iflflfl flfli flfll flfli tllifll il flflJI i i afflflfl SBI jl - U llflVflVj m BBM i if S itflflfl BBBflBBl iffifl -- cv r s 1 BB IK flfl - in sBBBBI fJBISIjBBBBI IwvVnBBBB - I I IB IB I 9 flHHBa flfl IB B A BBl iBBBBi B B flU -- I JbV via r sBBBI ifffWBl li99B vlWB h iSHBBm1 IB i Jjjyjjffl i iSiBBI flSiiH 3 3 ffliiBBl JB 3SrwBBBl Bl BB Bl IB IK BBBj bB vBB Bl BBB Bl Bl BBI flBai wbJ jHffin BBf sBBHUd flBD BB BEiy iB 1B mflEnBBBBBl B B B bbh BBBr BBBl IVABl Mri bbbB 9bB s HB VHBB ViSMMBBJ IB r fl B -- jtflBBi iSIIbb ISbbbI WvlBBl - fl B Ii xHP Si b1 lfc K BBt MWBl W B - flH BBIl WB 9I M BI - x v 4 ip - B a m 3 Bk BE IbuI w Bl mLMl BEBBl IBBbBJ f VJ pIB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BSSfrFbbIbvbbbh BBBJ 1 Hw f- - wu BBl I ji m Fl - ii 1 H JB I I Al bvbI iBbk H i uMBJJVVIJVVPPWVIPHBVIiEiPeflMHIHiHPSHQHKHH 3HTwiiTeJpGMfcEtwgB fryiiiiiiiMP3wfiri TUi V w ir- i fit t vtti itfiiiMiiiftMliBttitmi VMi iA i rw r 4 - u w - j r - r V y tirt - v r fr V r x V r- - i rfj t vv wai1 r i v r amw-- nrr V - ri7rv t - Tim t- - - S im nw w V-i r r wf prif t i TOffiv tmei maw i SAM D JOHNSON J AS RODMAN JR NEW FIRM 1 SAM D JOHNSON V VVi 217 ST CLAIR STREET EAST SIDE Beg leave to announce to the public that they are Y FOR BUSINESS EUlHWSlOCk DRY GOODS REAIi or l wiTxa ait NOTIONS Which they will sell at prices to suit the times Give them a call FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FEBRUARY C Rainfall Februnrylst 3d nt 7 a m 1887 049 052 381 E C FOR REPRESENTATIVE Total in 55 hours Excessive rninfall We are authorized to announce The best stock of canned goods in E H TAYLOR JR as a candi- Â¬ the city at J HEENEYS date to represent Franklin County South Side in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ Our genial friend Jack Long Went ty Esq has been appointed agent for Fon Rent Any one The boat is doing a good business to rout desirable rooms in and Jack will help her to do a better wishing Mie of the best neighborhoods in the Granulated New Orleans B C city will do well to call at this office D sugars at lowest prices at J HEENEYS These rooms will he rented furnishep Rooms Mr Chas L McKee leaves night for Charleston West Vir- Â¬ The item in our last paper stating ginia to accept a positioM with the that Mr John L Fahy had gone to contractors for the locks and dams Birmingham Ala to live was a mis Â¬ on the Kanawha river take based however upon what Genuine Shaker preserves only 50 was supposed to be gM authority cents a jar at J HEENEYS - Tf you want a delicious hum or All persons who know themselves piece of breakfast bacon call on indebted to the assignee of Sol Har- Â¬ J HEENEY ris would do well to pay at once South Side otherwise the party who is collecting Mr Charles K Greslmm dry goods for the assignee will be compelled to merchant on Second street made an bring suit as the trust must be wound assignment to Mr L F Johnson on up Monday for the benefit of his credi Â¬ A fine line of pocket knives and tors the Steamer Hibernia at this place or unfurnished razors at Chapman Gayles The night clerk is always in and All grades of green and roasted answers the bell promptly and cheerÂ¬ coftees teas chocolate Ac at fully at Chapman Gayles Yarmouth corn 12 J cents Silver Spray corn KJj cents Polks tomatoes ii lb cans 10 cents Apply at this Mr Chas W White having ac Â¬ You can save money by buying cepted a position as traveling man for a wholesale grocery has sold your paint at Gray Churchs hard Â¬ at J HEENEYS out his grocery and provision stock ware house Mr John W Johnsqn the South in the Mansion House block Wanted To borrow five hun- Â¬ Hide grocer made an assignment op Wednesday to John V Gault for All grades of Hour at less than mill dred dollars on real estate security Apply at this office benefit of his creditors the prices at J HEENEYS Paint brushes oil and glass at hard Mr L F Johnson assignee is sell Navy beans 4 cents a pound Â¬ Hud nuts hominy 2J cents a pound ing off the stock of dry goods no- pan prices nt the hardware house of Buckwheat Hour oat meal Ac at tions Ac of C R Gresham at cost Gray Church The sale began yesterday and will J HEENEYS One hundred styles of pocket bo continued for the balance of this South Side knives to select from at Gray month Why did Br Green call it The Churchs hardware merchants on Mwln street Sign of big anvil Rose Leaf Call nt the new Drug Store Â¬ J HEENEYS See Gray Church on Main street before you contract to have your There is an advertisement in the Examiner this week of a remedy that house painted and they will save is superior to all others and as near- Â¬ you money ly all disease owes its origin to the impure condition of the blood this is Wanted To trade Butler Bates by lar the best preparation ever otter countv Missouri nouertv for nnn- ed to the trade It purifies and en erty located in Frankfort Ky Apply riches the blood gives tone ana ener to CHARLES BllIDGEFORD gy to the system builds up broken down and gives constitutions strength and energy to the feeble and to Mack Salyers wishes to announceÂ¬ the public that his Premium Badebilitated We refer to S S S is now ready and on the say that this notice is cheer con and will fully given them unsolicited on their market and sells at the lowest prices part Abinmlon Va Jvummer tf Swifts Specific is now sold in dry torm as well as liquid The dry can Â¬ easily be prepared at home and can Cleanliness next to Godliness be used without spirits if desired Price fifty cents per package Sent The Western Feather Renovating by mail on receipt of price Some of Company is now located in Frank- Â¬ the most wonderful cures have been fort Ky No 132 Alero street pre- Â¬ made by using the remedy without pared to renovate and cleanse old any spirits at all and new feathers These gentlemen There is no longer any ground for come to ns well recommended They hesitancy on the part of the reader have the latest improved machinery Swifts Specific reaches all diseases Work is guaranteed to give satisfac Â¬ arising from an impure and vitiated tion Highest cash prices paid for condition of the bfood Exhaustive feathers or work exchanged for feath tests have been made in this class of ers JjSLeedy diseases Irrefrugible testimony from Foreman of life people of all classes and walks W D Ames Win McBride and professional men merchants me J L Reeves Authorized Agents chanics and laborers all agree in their verdict that Switts Speciiic is a Latest styles in collars cutis sure cure for every disease that in handkerchiefs and hosiery heres in the blood Sam D Johnson Co Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas es mailed free The sswift Specific Co Drawer For stylish kid gloves go to Sam a Atlanta ua 107 w liiid st is D Johnson Co They have the most complete assortment ever We have a beautiful line of new em brought to Frankfort broideries which we are selling very cheap If you want a big dollar j worth WE1TZEL ODONNELL call on W Wright at 447 east Main street dealer in For Rent A Steinway piano bacon and lard groceries vegetables office L-- The Best Jacks for sale cheap 3t For Sale Two three-year-o- ld Apply to For Rent A house of seven rooms second door below Washing Â¬ ton on Broadway Apply to 11 M Aldridge - G W Hancock tf For SaiiE I offer my entire stock of china and glassware at first cost 4t Tuos Rodman e jr Farmers having real good butcher stufton hand which they wish to sell will receive the highest market prices by calling on Alack Salyers 22 Main street f4 tf i Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptlons and positively cure Piles or no pay required It is guar anteed to give periect satisiaction or money refunded Price 2 cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts Bucklens Arnioa Salve The Best Salve in the world for Brace Up You are feeling depressed your appetite is poor you are bothered with headache you are ildgetty nervous and generally out of sorts and want tot brace up Brace up but not wlthstim- ulants spring medicines or bittera which have for their basis very cheap bad whisky and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you iu worse condition than before What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys restore your vitality and give renewed healthand strength Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters and only 5fl centsa bottle at Jos LeComptes drug store a J Zephyrs Germautown and Saxony Wools nil shades Sam D Johnson Co We have a splendid line of white When Bby m alek m gTe her CutorU goods Indian linen and check mus- Â¬ Wlien the wh Child the cried for CutorU lin which we are prepared to offer Whea she became UUi she clang to CMtork you at the cheapest price Whaa hsbwt Children the gare them Cutaciat WEITZEL ODONNELL Oranges 10 cents per dozen Lemons 15 cents per dozen Prunes 5 cents a pound Rice 5 cents a pound If you want a good juicy steak Postlvely cheapest store in the city sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack Solders store No 223 Main street A H Waggoner opposite Dr Duvalls residence Market Street Grocer M tf 4 WTFftrmwFrrr irr IV Wmy 5559ESRS yn r jJiTW IMQ N viv tw - Vfc o 1 rn I mj Prank fort roundabout i w CM p house in Frankfort on Tuesday February 1st last in regard to the construction of a railroad from Frankfoit to Georgetown Paris Mt Sterling and thence on to Judge GW Crad Prestonsburg dock wis appointed Chairman and 1 McDonald Secretary Judge Craddock made a lengthy speech in regard to the interest of the city of Frankfort in the construc- Â¬ tion of this railroad Judge Bush also made a few re- Â¬ marks stating that at present he was President of this railroad company That he was in communi- Â¬ cation with capitalists who would construct the railroad provided a reasonable amount of stock was taken that work would be commenced within sixty days and pushed to completion immediately Mr Lewis E Harvic stated that he was in favor of a railroad that would connect us with the main trunk lines not a switch line and four hundred thousand dollars would be a small sum for such an He did noc want a enterprise railroad with nothing but a dummy engine Mr S F J Trabue was called upon and said that he had been trying to secure this road since 88 The road had been sur from Louisville veyed 150000 would be spent within three miles of Frankfort The road will be run through the Stamping Ground and on to Georgetown thence to Paris on to Mt Sterling and thence to Salyersville in Magoffin county and thence on to Prestonsburg being one hundred and sixty The road miles from this cit and its connections will go through the coal and iron fields of KenÂ¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On motion of D VV Lindsqy the meeting then adjourned subChairman Railroad Meeting in Frankfort ject to call of the Bekky G F Sea ctat y A mass meeting of the citizens of Frankfort was held at the CourtEscape Â¬ Kentucky Central Railroad Â¬ BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest route ft cm Look Out We Are Coming wc have removed our store from Ann St to OENTUAL KlflNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS On account of nn increase in our business Narrow of tlie Steamer Hibcriiia Main Street Next Door to the Kiiginc House SOUTHWEST NORTH EAST WEST AND tucky The following preamble and resunanimously were olutions adopted Whkreas It is the sense of this mcctiner that the interest of the people of Franklin county de mand that a railroad be built from Fiankfort through the counties of Scott Bourbon and Montgomery into the coal fields of Eastern Kenlucky as speedily Â¬ jr fc V rr r 2 H tH J Probably no one thing lias caused such a general revival of trade at FltOM XX C EXT Jos LeComptes Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of so LuuisviIleCiuciiniii1iLeiiglo oclock p m many free trial bottles of Dr Kings ATTORNWY AX LA W Generei losyrsnoe Agent The meeting then adjourned New Discovery for Consumption V U A X K Pfl JIT G W CRADDOCK KY Their trade is simply enormous in Ofllce on Main St Oitpotite raiinci Dank Chairman this very valuable article from the WASHINGTON CITY RIURISENTIKO TlLls IltACTICK IN THir CIRCUIT COURTS fact that it always cures and never V ot Kianklln Cairoll iallatln Uoone Owen Connecting In samu depot with last trains for Pat McDonald Seactary 15 Leading American ad Foreign Companies and rant counties Inthn Court of Anjiealy and disappoints Coughs Colds Asth Â¬ In the Federal Court ma Bronchitis Croup and all throat WITH OVKIt MEETING OF THE COMMUTES and lung diseases quickly cured ASSISTS THE DlllECT ItOUTE TO At a meeting of the committee You can test it bcforelniying by get ViatM lOIK KS AVRITT1X ON IAIiil lROP 1 urtv at lowest rates Auvtit Anchor IInu of LYNCHHUKU appointed by the citizens of ting a trial bottle free large size StcaniNhlp a llvinMTkkct old from any noint Coal confer with similar Every bottle warranted Frankfort to In Jreat buttilu or Irelunti DANVILLE Airl7 1 committees from the counties of Louisville Tobacco market NORFOLK KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Bourbon Scott and Montgom AND ALL POINTS IN ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full I rail- FURXJHHKD BY OIOVIIK tc KUMtETT PUO- F ery in regard to building a Weight Iioltom Prices lUIETOUH IOUIHVIME TOBACCO WABU road from Frankfort to George1IOU81 fi MIIKTS KVhRY Telephone connection No Mi town and Paris and thence to the CAPITAL I0DCENO biotheiH conllally MON Vlsltlns For tickets and lnitd The Bales on our market for tho week your nwircsit tlcket further Information npplj to coal fields of Eastern Kentucky just closed amount to ottlce jiia owknn J R Wwmuis Sec l07f hlids with re GEO B April 17 tf there were the following persons ceipts for tho same poriod of 100 hhds W W MOX110J2 present viz Frank Chinn J T Bales since Junuury lht amount to 8115 Div Pussr Agent Lexington Ky FRANKFORT KY- Buckley D W Lindsey and G hhds Dec8f W C WICKHAM II W FULLEIt Tho sales have been smaller this than F Berry Gen Push Agt 2d Vico ProHidcnt last weol but tho receipts have beon On motion of D W Lindsey much larger Prices at times wore a little JAS ANDHKW 8CTT DKALIUIN JAS A VIOLLIT NEW PLANINO MILL Frank Chinn was elected Chair- Â¬ irregular but notto quotubly lower We ttii much regret Hay that VIOLETT SCOTT man and G F Berry Secretary verynot improved Wo have tho quality bus had a good M of the meeting season and look for heavy receipts the On motion of D V Lindsey coming week Shippers should be careful FltANKFOItT KENTUCKY Havingreoently addnd to his KitablUhment soft in COURTS IN the Chairman of this meeting is and not bring in their tobacco toowell or WILL IltACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up order for it is low enough when and First Class Waning Mill requested to communicate as dered and handled The following quo- stairs oer Judge 1adjacent counties U Majors ofllco la now prepared to furnish all kinds of speedily as possible with promi- - tations represent the murket for new Jan2Mf AC nent citizens of Scott Bourbon bnrloy Dark 175 to f22fl Doors BMsFraiQss Molding and Wirdo v Fixture J and Montgomery counties with a ColoryTrash COLLINS Trash 275 to SCO DR of their holding meetings Common Lugs not colory 300 to 400 view 400 to COO ALSO and appointing committees with Colory Lugs A SPECIALTY sub- - Common Leaf not colory 400 to COO which we may confer on the Scroll Work Stair Work Turning Good Loaf 500 to tiCO OFFICE MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN 227 MAIN 8TR1iT FRANKFORT KT j ect of the proposed railroad Teeth extracted without pain Said Fino Loaf ln00 to 1475 use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing mu by the Outtenlout In the best style All the latent stjlo furniture coiihtftutly lu stock Select Wrappery Tobacco None motion was adopted Mujr 15 tf MuyB lv as possible therefore be it Resolved That D W Lindsey Stoddard Russell McRerv J Johnston J no T Buckley Frank ChinnandG F Berry be appointed as a committee to confer with anj committees that may be appointed by any of those counties as to the best means to be em- Â¬ ployed to secure the construction of such a road and said commit- tee are directed to report their action to an adjourned meeting to be held at the court house in this city on February 7 1S87 at two Â¬ Â¬ 7 47 246P 8 15 a m Arr Paris 115 P m Al G Fields United Operatic Minstrels Arr Levington 910 a m 6 top m opened nt th Grand last nijht an engage Arr Covincton H15 a m 6 oop m njent which will run ill Saturday night No 45 Icavj Lexington 800 p m arrive Paris The house was well filled with an unusually 842 p m good class of peopl1 The entertainment NOTE Trains 3 and 4 arc daily hctwecn Winiten by this company is a very enjoying chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday one the linale of the lust part introducing Winchester with Direct connections made the funniest telephone lacket yet seen Ches ipeake and Ohio for Mt al Sterling Aslilana simplv convulsed the house V The Huntington Charleston This act and Eastern inging was good the instrumental music Cities Fast up to the same standaul and the specialties Solid Line No 3 and 4 run via Winchester 1rains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Mr Junkers em novel and inteiesting Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester phonium solo the base hall statute clog and Washington D C hrotigh 1ickets and IHggage Checked to anj Mr McLeans banjo playing Mr Iirrungs reached by railroad pedal juggling Mr KusselPs unique and destination pirtic lars address or call on any agenl For lull populai specialty the quartettes and in of the company or y fact the whole performance was artistic D A FEELEY S F n MORSE Trav Passr Agt Gen Passr Agt and cry attractive Signor Dawns thrillLexington Ky Covington Ky ing act united a fitting climax to such an H E HUNTINGTON Receiver array of good things and the afterpiece sent Grncral Offices Covington Ky everybody home in a good humor The same programme will he given this Wheeling Intelligencer Die nth evening 1 1 Where wc propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky We clip the following from the We have secuied the agencies for the best goods known to the trade u FASlLIKUIILTWEEN Â¬ Louisville Courier Journal of Thurs day February 3 giving mi account LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS of the narrow escape of the Iliberniu IN EIFKCT NOV 21 1S86 SCHEDULE from destruction It will be seen that Cuph Sandy V Pences coolness AVERY ME1KE BRIKLEY STEEL PLOWS and presence of mind alone saved his No 4 No 6 No 11 South Itouiul Daily Ex Ex Sun Sun boat from doHtruution The Cap Â¬ MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 9 MOWERS tains run of luck has seemed to be Lve Covington Wr have aNo added to our stock 8 30 a ni 8 25 p in 100pm npiinst him for some time and wo Falmouth 10 01 a ni o 33 i 3 30 p m 11 04 a m 10 24 p m CynihUni 4 39 p BUGGIES SUBREYSROAu CARTS hope this indicates a change for the Arr Piris 5 15 p it 41 a in 10 0 i Lexington 13 30 y in ti 30 p m 6 10 p in is the item better Hero SADDLES AND HARNESS 11 jo a in 10 55 p in Lvc Piris 5 so p in The Steamer Iliherniu narrowly Arr Winchester 12 35 p m 25 u in 0 05 p m escaped being burned yesterday ViiNX7lXirHMBME FIELD secSEEDS A SPECIALTY Richmond 2 00 p m 7 15 p m us Call and ni Lancaster 5 07 afternoon about five oclock She o oc Stanford in was returning to this city from a suc Â¬ AUSTIN BROS 2 00 p m Le Klchmonil cessful trip up the Kentucky river Arr Dcrea i hi 3 jj Livingston When about ten miles from here the 5 45 p m fog which gathered on the dense river overtook her Capt Pence No 11 No No 3 IJourul her commander concluded to permit North the boat to drift with the current is uutil the fog cleared awny1 thinking Livingston 8 00 a m it would soon do so The rousta Â¬ L c ltcrea a ni to 2 bouts who had beeu working in the Arr Kichmnncl 11 45 a ni 11 20 in rain all day hung their wet clothing Lve Stanford 8 11 a in Lancaster WITH THE over the boilers to dry Suddenly a Arr Kiclimoiid oo a m convulsive tremor shook the boat Lvc Kiclimoiid tt 30 p m o 05 a m BMKWiiEiiiir itMhTiB t from stern to stern and it was ascer Â¬ Arr Winchester 2 45 p m 7 15 a m o i m 8 00 a m 1 Ptis tained that she had grounded at IBBnTnii 1 p llarinoies old shipyard in JeHerson Lve Lexington 245pm 7 25 a in i 45 p m jHBS Ever brought to this city in m Pi is 3 40 3 jo p m 8 25 a tn ville The lapjain had hardly Cvnthiana 3 59 p in 8 59 a m 4 17 p m ordered the bow line made fast to Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 o a m 5 18 p m 6 00 p m 11 35 a m 6 45 p m the shore before a bright sheet of Arr Covington flame shot up from above the boilers l and ignited the frail wood work on MAYSVILLE BRANCH AND the boiler deck In an instant all NoT 53 No 51 Daily was bintle and confusion Terriiled Daily North Hound Ex Sun Ex Sun passengers rushed hither and thither in their frantic efforts to escape Lve Covington 3 00 p m Of all descriptions Lve The 7 25 a 425pm The Captain alone retained his pres Â¬ Lve Lexington 8 15 Piri 520 p m He hastily turned a Arr Millersburg ence of mind 5 48 p m 842 a STOCK ho e upon the fire and in a very Arr Carlisle 612 p m LAEGEST 005 a 7f6p m 9 57 a td- short time it vw extinguished The Arr Johnson or-m Arr Mavsvillc 10 35 a 7 4r lo s will not exceed MO The fire NC 52 No 54 originated from the wet coats which i mm W Daily South Hound Diily STOVES GRATES to dry As Fx Sun E Sun were hungover the boilers the fog did not lift the boat was tied Lvc Maysville Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases i a m w5op m up on the JeUersonville shore where Lve Johnson 633 a m isop m MHSMajtiili wmm rmiLmJmlJm ML Lvc Carlisle 725 a in 2 ip m And n prices that cannot be dupli she remained until this morning Lve Millersburg a m m 111 111 111 111 1 Jno- - T ZBULc3sle3r 1 STILL AHEAD 1 Largest Stocfo Fancy Goods Hnl wlri i ami HI m Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Capital City RflacEi ne Works J B MEEK Proprietor Manufacturer and Denier in- - w I STEAM ENGINE S ft BOILERS Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery J i t Opera House Saturday Feb 5 We do not sound a needless alarm when we tell ou that the taint of scrofula is in your blood inherited or acquired it is there and Ayers Sar aparilla alone will effectually eradicate it KENTUCKYS EODTE EAST ion WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing1 and Repairinc Promptly Attended to Agent for I NEW TOOK Their Business Booming Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars 1o ASOLID TBAI1T Columbus 33TSEND FOR PRICE LIST ATLAS BOILEI3 MAJOR -- lEikTGrZIfcTIE vOSZSteam Pumps F - ana J2T2D 123 Lewis St Near tho Itivor Frankfort Ky P GEES - i i ioooooctoiio 1 Choic Cheap uA I v Â¬ Â¬ 111 0 0 Â¬ MACKL1I7 R ROGERS lOnLt COPFIMB J WAKEFIELD Â¬ Â¬ S M DENTIST v in w l I v titimriSiit ii lTTTtTMi im ff77iiJMTm il iiriiiiiiiiiiia i iiw ntnariiwii 1