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If V jFWiFrY n - T IjS The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE COLLAR PER YEAR SI Volume X Written for Iho Roundabout FRANKFORTKY FEBRUARY 12 1887 Number 22 V- My Old Straw Hat By N S C Look Out Main We Are Coming we have removed our store from Ann St to TIs true I love It but what of thnt Could you blame mo for loving tlila old straw hat Though tis napless mid battered and brown Onco tlio nobbiest lint tint our club could boast I wore It tho night I drank tlio toast To tho prettiest Klrl In lown She was lovely mi helrcrs a belle What more would you have mo ell Though I was her humbl st slave I Rave her my time my li art and my gold She gave me her fun and her flowers to hold They wore all that she uwr gave She Is married and far away 1 WE HAVE A z On account of an increase in our business Sired Next Door to the Engine House Where we propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz Large Stock of SHIRTS both Laundricd and Unluiiiidried laundried shirt 100 A beautiful Unlauiulried shirts from 50e toSlOO And of times huvo trouble but what of that My heart Is yet tender In spite of tho years memory Is sacred ilasl for the tears And As I look at my oil straw hat am slnlo nonplussed and gray hr January 2Mb 1887 A Gift for All s OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS 50 Dozen Linen HANDKERCHIEFS to select from beautiful colored borders at 15c AVERY MEIKE BRIKLEY STEEL PLOWS 25c and 33 la3c each iVrCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 8 MOWERS We have also added to our stock A t- - i derful curative inmvr Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds will he for a liniil td tiinu given away This offer is hot only liberal but shows unbound- Â¬ ed faith in the merits of this great remedy All who suffer from Asth Â¬ Coughs Colds Consumption ma Bronchitis or tiny affection of Throat Chest or Lungs are espe Â¬ cially requested to call at Jos Le Compte8 Drug Store and get a Trial Bottle Free Large Brttles SI 4 In order to glvu all a chance to test it and thus he convinced of its won BUGGIES S URREYSROAD CARTS To reduce our stock of HATS we hare marked it SADDLtS AND HARNESS down to much less than nlu il prices FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY Call and see us Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos MASTIN BROS Humphries is ready to take your Tin- - T1 DB ULc3sle3r WITH THE measure A fl HUDSON HUMPHRIES OASSELI M t -- jM jESI F 15 C HUGHES Opposite Fanners Bank REPRESENTING STILL AHEAD FARM FOR SALE lug Genera Insurance Agent Ofllco on Main St Largest Stoeh Ever brought to this city in t A LOCATED FOUR MILES northeast of Frankfort Kentucky contain FINK FARM NOTIGE NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEREBVAddle Rarrett THAT I boucht from Mrs adminÂ¬ a 1 m 105 ACRES IBkI Jil istratrix of E Whltesldes deceased his entire 111 ilM Leading American and Foreign WITH OVEIl Company PROP- Queensware Qlasswsrelamp AND 1 city at lowest rates Age i Anchor Line of Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Steamship Aprl7 ly lu Rrent ilrlttaln or Ireland I ERM POLICIES WRITTEN ASSETS zoooooOoooo ON FARM - Fancy Goods Choic Coal ALL family Weight KINDS use Cheap DOURLK SCREENED Prompt Delivery Full Bottom Prices Ijarsest stock STOVES GPATES Vases Of all descriptions The HsevJ Lmmm tap I of good land which can all be cultivated The Improvements consist of a two and a half story frame house of twelve rooms and kitchen with larsu cellar Rood well of water und cistern nt tho door Stable corn vrib granary nud blaclcsiltn shop all new Will be sold on reasonable terms There Is u new tenement house containing four rooms on tlio place it w Furniture and Undertaking MA BUSINESS And have sold one half Interest In my business to m For particulars uddress S MARTIN Or Inquire on the premises Franktort Ky l Win W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the tlrm will be For Sale Telephone connection No 31 Brass Goods Goal Hods ii STATEN DEHONEY - J chlnery all ntw toused particulars apply JEWEL ORIST AND HOMINY MILLS MA only elcht months For McK EE MILAM 318 Main street up staliu And tho business will be continued nt the old stand of Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf JAS T STATEN Kl GEO B MACKXX1T FRANKFORT KY And nt prices that cannot be dupli- Â¬ cated ever seen in one louse in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place JNO T KENTUCKYS EOUTE EAST FOR WASHINGTON PamOMI THE ONLY LINK CHI YORK Children Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer nnd Denier in BUCKLEY St Clair Street Jmmmmmmmm- HE - kmwkmUmmwSSk WW St A jl 3a L Til jjfE 1 i Having Pullman New Stooping Cars FOU FROM STEAM ENGINES BOILERS FOR LouisvillcCiiiciiuiiiliLrxingloi TO- PITCHERS AeiicijBiitt vrrDW TREET1 - Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery Blaoksmithingr Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to ARent for WASHINGTON CITY DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Connecting liiaame depot with fnsttralns for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Castoria 1 Mil LYNCHWJltti DANVILLE NORFOLK -- AND ALU TOINTS iLTLS BOXILjIEIEe JT KY -S- E3sTQ IiTH XT-OKIESIS -- ulfcTID V- - ana Columbus Steam Pumps C3TSEND FOR PRICE LIS l- - Lewis St Near tho River Frankfort Ky I Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain Curer the world has ever known hriKaAfatMIIMil IN imwmMb COMPLETE LINE OF 1r11i it tci v IIlAfil fiinuu PADfinm P U MA JOB ATTORNEY I AW Fit AXKFOHT Sljytr mid Cirint i ountks In thn Court ot Apia itls anil In tlie Federal Court 1RAOTICE IN WILL Fidiiklln CarrollTHE CIRCUIT COURTS iallatln Ilixiiie Owen UL LEE A F OWEN N 1 Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of WISH TO SELL MY RESIDENCE IN SOUTH Frankfort only because It Is too large for me The house has 8 rooms and kitchen besides a large brlek servants room brick coal house and a large btable for both horses and cows A well of excellent water Milllelent for a dozen families also a cistern and with little expense connection can A bargain be made with thu City Water Works can be hud In this property Also some building lota Apply to T 1 For tlekf t anil further Information npply to your nearest tlcket olllco i MEETS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODRK NObrothera cordially Invited VlsltliiK M W W MONHOE Div W lassr Agent 8C0TT Loxingtrn Ky J April R WIMIA1IS Sec 17 Shirts Made to Order Housekeepers IF YOU WANT NICE tf 0 WICKHAM ail Vioo President ANUUKW H W FULLER Gnn Pass At JAS A JA8 VIOtETT SCOTT VIOLETT NEW PLAJV1N0 MILL R ROGERS -- Attention DEALER IN- - LIRHT BREAD USE V - FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL Till CUU1CTS IN WTlhh Up VV Franiutii aiiuuuiaceiiicouuues i stairs over Judge P U Mujoru onicev J M First WAKEFIELD Class riiming Mill to MHS COL JOUETT LeCOMPTES Havingreoently added to his Establishment Ib now prepared furnish all kinds of FURNITURE- COFFHTS On the premises BAKING WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w POWDER Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by cC ILif W DR J S OFFICE COLLINS Joseph LeCompte Sdsh Doors Blinds Frftmes Molding ALSO to Fobs and Window Firtiiro i MAIN STREET OPP RODMAI Teeth extracted without pain b the use of Nltrouse Uxldo or Juugulnirj uns DEISTTIST Hoal Estate VV Scroll Work Stair Work May 15 ottenjut In the beat style tf I Turning All A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN May 8 STREET CKAMituuiKi the latest style furnlturo constantly In stock 1 V Franklin and thu ndluliilng comities mid will also give special attention to the purchase mill Saw OI leal csuuu uuiieciiuu ui iiinn uuiiuia Olllee opposite uml thJ neiijuioa of loans Court house 71LL lHACTlCE IN TUB Aent COURTS PROPRIETOR OF OF THE FAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE AND JuuelU ly LCOMPTES HANDSMOOTHER Wl1 mmmmm MUM FRANKFORT KOUPABUUT Rntered nt the post office nt Frnljkfort Kentucky us second claBS mailable muttur I IW t I The Grand Council of Royal Tem plars of Ten i iterance for the Stale of BdLitoc aid FvuTolislier Kentucky convened in the Council Chamber in tills city on Thursday FRANKFOIIT FEBRUARY 12 1887 morning last at JJ10 oclock Grand Councilor George A Lewis prcsid Its now in order for the old chest Â¬ ing A V Foose of Louisville nut iilxnit the absence from town of Grand Secretary with a full list of the boys officers and of delegates from Select Councils The many friends of J Ion E H The Grand Councilor delivered his Taylor Jr in this city and county wiil regret to learn as they will by annual address which together with the report of the Grand Secretary his card in to days Rocxdahott a net increase in membership that he h is been forced by the pres Â¬ shows per cent over last year and choice ten of sure of his private business to decline jurisdiction had received that Especially because of the reasons to make the race for Representative from this the Supreme Council up to indicated I feel it due the people of Â¬ in the Legislature Mr Taylors fit We think this should sell every oncin a weeks time date 21000 in death benefits over the county to withdraw from the ness for the position was unques Â¬ and above the amountcontributcd by canvass and my withdrawal is hereby tioned and the county would have CRUTCHER STARKS the jurisdiction to that fund announced had a man in the Legislature If Mr The order generally was shown to For the liberal generous and com Taylor hail been selected who would Main Street be in a healthy condition with great plimentary support that lias been ex have left no stone unturned to ad Â¬ encouragement for future effort in ended to me I beg toassure my friends vance the welfare of our people that direction The following were of my most grateful appreciation RliuematiBin and Neural- Â¬ B G elected as the grand officers for the gia Cured in 2 Days Edmund II Taylok Jr The State Board of Equalization current year Â¬ Frankfort Feb 8 1887 met yesterday at the Capital build The Indiana Chemical Co have CAPITAL ing and organized by the election of Geo A Lewis Past Grand Coun- Â¬ discovered a compound whicli act We clip the following from the with truly marvelous rapidity in the H Clay White of Grant county as cilor Frankfort C P Allen Grand Councilor Courier Journal of Thursday Feby cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia Chairman and John V Payne and 10 viz We guarantee it to cure any and W H Posey of this city and Jno Louisville Several months ago Ensign Hugh every case of icute Inflammatory Â¬ H B Searcy Grand Vice CouncilT Cohen of Anderson county as Rodman formerly of Frankfort was Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 Secretaries W L Sterrett of Han Â¬ or Lexington ordered to the United States Naval DAYS and to give immediate re- Â¬ Lloyd B Reese Grand Secretary Station in China He was placed in lief iu chronic cases and effect a 342 MAIN STBEET Clay Doorkeeper cock county charge of torpedo experiments and speedy cure Louisville county Page Lemon of Marshall On receipt of 30 cents in R H Overstreet Grand Treasurer in the handling of one of the ma Â¬ stamps we will send to anytwo cent PORTRAITS IN CRAYOIT The Board will be delayed in their address chines recently two men were blown work and lias adjourned to March Louisville to atoms and four were fearfully the prescription for this wonderful Campbell Grand Chap- mangled Young Rodman Andrew it is compound which can he tilled by AND ALSO- loth to allow the commissioners lain Lexington charged was careless in his manage Â¬ your home druggist at email cost books to be all filed with the Auditor M J Paul Grand Herald Louis- Â¬ ment of the machine and an inves Â¬ We take this means of giving our tigation litta been ordered If the discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ There was a large and enthusiastic ville charge is proven the punishment ting it out as a patent medicine it meeting of the citizens of our town C V Fry Grand Guard Lexing Â¬ will ofcouise be severe His friends being much less expensive We will Of all Sizes at Reduced Price and county held at the Court house ton trust that he Will be able to acquit gladly refund money if satisfaction is on Monday lust to hear the report Jas B Eblen Grand Sentinel himself of the alleged derelection of not given K ELLUY DR W The Indiana Chemical Co duty that ended so disastrously A of the committee appointed at the Louisville Crawfordsville Ind great effort has been made to keep OF CINCINNATI OHIO former meeting in regard to the pro Â¬ Dr T R Walker Grand Medical the matter quiet and Rodmans WILL BE AT THE posed railroad from this city to Examiner Louisville friends are using their influence for a c The pro Georgetown Paris fair hearing for him Â¬ Grand Trustees Dr D D Thomceedings are published elsewhere son of Louisville for oneyear Henry The following is the latest in re Â¬ IN FRANKFORT KY We are rejoiced to see that our G Mattern of Frankfort for three gard to this matter Ayeks SAUSArABiLLA has demonstrated Its SATURDAY PEBY 12 1887 power of euro for all ditcases of tho blood people are becoming aroused to the vears Secretary Whitney has stated to Sena The Harpooners Story SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 vital importance of this matter Grand Representative to the Su- Â¬ tor Blackburn that no action will be 2few Bedford June 1 J883 taken until he ib advised The Senator Co Twenty yearn tigo I Dn J C A ye it preme Council which meets in will of course do everything in his power wn a linrpooner in tho North Pacific win n ilvo The people of Scott county held an 1887 Buffalo N Y March P to aid his young friend otburn of tho cruw mid myself were laid up with Dr Kelly makes a specialty of caring BLEEDINO election on Saturday last to decide G scurvy Our BLIND und The trouble is this Rodman was tho und bleeding bodies wi ro blunted gums swollen C Geo A Lewis of Frankfort teeth looe purple blotches all to whether the county should sub- Â¬ ns torpedo officer in command The in- over u and our breath semicd rotten Tnkolt of Lexington alternate structions are that the torpedo shall be by nnd largo- we wero pretty badly off All our scribe 25000 to the capital stock of JohtfMarrs accidentally destroyed but tho After the transaction of a large submerged before the connections are llme julcu wad couple dozen bottled of Ayeua the extension of the S7ersailles and amount of routine business the Grand made thut explode the machine Rod captain hid it By the Brinkerhofl System and a cure Is guar n Wo recov SAnaAPAKiLLA and gave us that teed In every cute of Hits Midway Railroad The proposition Council man gave tho command before the ma ered on It quicker tlinn I litwo ever wen men adjourned at lli oclock yes Â¬ chino was submerged and tho result was brouKhtnbout by miy otlartmitmint forScurvy NO KNIFE IS USED carried by over nine hundred ma- terday to meet n good of It Seeing no menin Louisville on the the horrible catastrophy related yester- nnd 1vo ecnAlmanac deal your Enrwipnrllla lielntr NO LIGATURE IS USED I tion in your of jority day of February 1888 This was day Rodmans friends claim that he pood for scurvy I thought yon ought to know of 9th LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED Another strong argument in favor fact p the torpedo this nnd so vend you thoIUmui V Winoate one of the most agreeable sessions gave the regulation order fornot see Respectfully youis NO CHLOROFORM IS USED to be submerged but could from of our road And the people of that the Grand Council has ever held the bridge of the ship where he was Tho Troopers Experience Scott are if anything more enthusi- Â¬ FISTULA IIS A2NO Africa March and the members departed with re- standing that it had not been executed Matttn BasutolamlSCo Gentlemen I1883 havo Is cured Dk J C Asn Si astic in favor of the road from this newed courage to push the blame on forward their If this be true it places was not drink- Â¬ ranch pleasure to testify lo tlio great vnluo of place to Georgetown some bubordinate Rodman your Sarsaparllla Wo have been stationed FISMJHKS noble enterprise during which time over ing and could not havo been ignorant of hero for Ilvo two years Being under canvas we for Cured without cutting or tearing hi tents had to not What has become of the proposi- Â¬ Mr Sam I E Blackburn Deputy the instructions Ignorance would will such a tlino brought on what is called In this In had Uiomi cores for sores tion to put up the fire alarm tele Â¬ Collector of Internal Revenue has excuse him withany event the resultnaval country veldtwas ndvlscdI to tako your 8unn RECTAL ULCER some time I much interest in be awaited graph We hope and trust that for been appointed Custodian of the circles as well as among Rodmans nu two bottles of which tnndo my sores The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa and I nm now quite well tient dees not call too late This Is the grtutest the safety of our town this great de Â¬ Government Building He will re- merous relations and friends He is in a Irappenr rapidly T K Boden Yours truly secret enemy of mankind and a rilhente of wlilcU Trooper Capt Mounted Riflemen little or nothing was known befoie tho BRINK- sideratum will not be allowed to go move his office to the room in that ck30 place ElttlOFF discoveries Many patients are trottbltd We sincerely trust that Hugh will say you gen- Â¬ building prepared for that purpose with coiiBtlputlon or occasional uttu k of dlurrneu unattended to What lumu back neuducne urstw be able clearly to show that he is tle men of the City Council ut night kidney und bladder trouble thut are not next Monday but will not assume effective uwure It Is caused by ulceration in tlielowti bowel not amenable to the charge and will Is tho only thoroughlyeradicates bloodpurlflcr Â¬ Since writing the above the Coun- the duties of Custodian until Feby tho poisons of the only medicine that it is now u wen esuiDiuuicd tact timt many dis Â¬ be acquitted Scrofula Mercury and Contagious Disease Â¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder cil has referred the matter to a com 28 when Capt Grubbs will be refrom tho system womb und nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of HLES FISTU mittee to advertise for proposals to lieved PREPARED BT Miss Maggie C Owen youngest LA FlbSURKor RECTAL ULCER Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass put up the alarm REFERENCES Sold by all Druggists Frloe 91 j Fears having been expressed as to daughter of the late G W Owen Six bottles for 85 W J HUGHES Frankfort The merchants of our city have whether the fund on hand would en Â¬ Esq died on Tuesday morning last IUCHAlUi FERGUSON Frankfort J M WITHROW Lexington been agitating the question as to the tirely complete the Government of consumption at the residence of Mr Chas C Bluegims Farm for Sale Dr Kelley can be found nt his Cincinnati oftlce organization of a Merchants Ex Building we are authorized to say her brother-in-laevery day of each week except FRIDAY uud SAT change Decisive steps were taken that Mr G R Rodman Postmaster Furr on the South Side Miss Mag Â¬ IN FRANKLIN COUNTY KY Vi MILES URDAY Pumphlets describing these diseases und 1 from 2G5 on Lexington last week and a meeting was held at and Disbursing Agent has 422 in gie suffered long and died in the full acres 160Frankfort cultivation 105 turnpike blue mode of treatment sent free to any one by this aO acres In ucres In dresslng the Council Chamber on Saturday his hands and the sum necessary for assurance of the Christian religion grass IMPROVEMENTS night at which a temporary organi- Â¬ that purpose is S4rJo leaving a having been a member of the Christ- Â¬ W I KELLEY M DWELLING Brlck and stono containing i ian Church of this city for years was effected A committee balance of 807 zation rooms nnd 4 cellars surrounded by large luwn 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 Her funeral was preached on Wed Â¬ set with forest trees and lurge shrubbery was appointed to report permanent OUTHOUSES Laborers quarters smokehouse BST CONSULTATION FREE Our Postmaster issued a circular nesday evening stone dairy 2 stubles 1 corn crib 2 large burns adjourned meeting officers to an Dec 26 ly carriage house poultry house and jurd on Wednesday inviting our citizens Ice house which was held on Thursday night to call and select their boxes at our Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden FOR SALE OR RENT last princi new Post Office There was quite a To the Interest of Farmers Ice pond stock lots well watered Fences by very pally stone and plunk all land surrounded There is no question as to the great lively time of it and the boyw were durable fencing Soli rich and well adupted to T HAVE FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS OF FIRST cultivation of tobacco corn small grulus and all A FRAME DWELLING CONTAINING NINE benefits which will accrue from such kept quite busy in rooms Hinoko houso und 1 clii83 northern white Seed farm 4j efforts to inllei north east ofFrankfort Outs en my the St one grasses Because of Its accessibility the supply of outbuildings cittern Clair street Applynecessary their on bt to known us grass and 5 nevor fdllinir springs of nn organization FRANK CH1NN Atty at Law or please and satisfy the people The Fence farm Furmers In want of seed outs will water this farm Is udmlrihly tttted uud llmesto te Improved lAMiAIN JHCJvKE VSZ bt Ulllr tit nave money by examining my both combined for either stock or The adjourned meeting of the mer Â¬ accomodations are ample and every ing Price 40 cents per bushelouts before purchas A rare opportunity dairy farm toorany one desiring 1b offered JAMES A HOLT such u farm at n very reasonable price Terms L F COMPTON W C MACKLIrf chants to form a Merchants Ex Â¬ one can be nicely fixed Feb 12 Ct 2 one third cash balance and 4 years notes change was held at the Council to bear 6 per cent until paid Terms may be variCOMPTOff MACKLItf ed Title perfect Apply on the premises to the Little Jeanie Watson daughter of Chamber on Thursday night It was THORN HILL POULTRY undersigned executor 10IHIKT0R8 Capt E II Taylor Warden of the M J DUDLEY JM2 2m largely attended Penitentiary died at the residence of The committee appointed for that Mills L II MARSHALL PROPRIETOR purpose reported a constitution and her father on Ann street on Satur Â¬ day last of croupus diphtheria in the R C Brown Leghorns S C White Legby laws whicli was adopted nnd IUVK THK fVLL- FROM THE HAVE fifth year of her age She was a horns Buff Cochins Black Juviu W F WEcorner ofMOVED OUR OFFICE to No 100 bt Vr Main und Ann streets ordered printed Clair street with Patrick Russells News Deiwt B Spanish All our customers and patrons will please cull on The following officers were elected bright and interesting little thing our and her parents have the sympathy EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST us ut our Bland where we will keep on hund MaAMD MANUFACTURE viz latest Improved High Ann Singer Sewing of many friends in their great be-Â¬ oil needles etc chines 200 Per setting of 18 Six of the beet grades of the beat Russell W McRery President THE SINGER MFCJ CO A fow settings before March 1st at 1 reavement M H P Williams Jk Agent Flour made in the World Chas E Hoge Vice President per setting of 18 eggs Feb 12 lt Omcedc wareroom Broadwuy opp Capitol Suuuro Arch W Overton Treasurer A gentleman who lives in Beatty-- Feb li 2in Win C Herndon Secretary ville Lee county gives us the pleas Â¬ Directors R W McRery C E ing information that one hundred COTTAGE Hoge John Meagher John T Buck Â¬ and fifty three rafts of logs were put THE 10TH INST SOMEWHERE A DOUBLE FRAME formerly by EACH END containing W containing 3100 Tho ley E L Samuel W L Pence Jno through the new dam at that place book Frankfort one small docket memorandum cated on Cross four rooms lot 75 the 112 feet lo ACOTTAGK OF THREE ROOMH AND K1TCU street proierty of by itti will he umply Conwuy portion Frances rewurded ut the P Starks W H Averlll J N Miles in two days Tills does not look offlee by leaving the sametinder Roundabout Mrsit whole Campbell Will bell either UAYlE or street bouth r mnkfort feet loca ed ongood cis Hydrant and us Btt JOHN P JOHNSON tern in the yard For terms apply ut tuU onlco For terms apply to II R Williams much like the dam was a failure G L Payne Richard Morris Feb 12 lt Dec 1B U Dec IBM GEORGE A LEWIS Â¬ - Jpflp Ksa l i M II II I1J PI fm J MHPJJTLir t -T- M BEg- - I GraBcl Council Templars of Tem Â¬ perance of Royal To tlte Democratic Voters of Franklin County The 22d December last I announced myself to the voters of Franklin county a candidate for their suffrage as Representative in the General As sembly Slncethen a change in my business Wc would like to say a word to economical buyers about a large stock has imposed new exactions on my of hats we have on hand and do not want to carry time that will render a proper can Â¬ vass of the county impossible and over We have filled one of our large which if chosen would prevent that faithful and intelligent discharge of show windows with them the duties of the position so impera Â¬ 3 tively required at this juncture and 2 to whicli our people are entitled from the representative of their HHTS HOTS HITS Former Price 250 Reduced to 100 Â¬ MATTER NS ART GALLERY 1 Â¬ -- PHOTOGBAPHS I From Pole to Pole CAPITAL SOTEI Â¬ - ITCHING PILES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ w Â¬ stone-line- d Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 H Â¬ Elkhorn Roller -- Â¬ Â¬ rS LOST FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ DMT FRANKFORT KY supplement FEDRDARY 12 1887 r j4j ft Lf p5 r 4 - ljf J 5V rt lv H k f Â¬ The insurance agents huve nil friends in Versailles fore appointed to consult with ceed Mrs Jennie Murphy Sale who agreed on a reduction in the rates of similar committees appointed from Miss of Bridgeport is has resigned insurance if the Are alarm is put up visiting Ella Tapp Siephens other counties in regard to the Mrs A E m Two negro men became involved in construction of a railroad to Mr J of Seeds Blue crass clover tim attended A Edwards nightVersailles a difficulty nt nn entertainment in the Georgetown c Paris The tho hop last othy oats and hemp seed nt Mastln classic precincts of Craw last night Hon W L Jackson Jr was in One of them by the name of Ford Chairman Judge G W Crad Bros dock called the meeting to order the city this week fa Taylor struck the other Robert Ber Â¬ and Pat McDonald acted as Sec- Â¬ The young men of the Woodlake Judge Lindsay and his wifo went ry a blow in the temple which felled retary neighborhood gave a very enjoyable to Louisville to see Booth him to the ground dislocating his Mr Frank Chinn a member of Mr J W Peck editor of tho Fnl- - jaw and knocking him senseless hop at Wingates Hall last night said A number of young people from this inoiun Meniocrat paiu us a pleasant Taylor was arrestsd and placed in the time committee reported that the was too short to confer with visit on Tuesday city attended Wolf Trosts band lock up by officer Dean any of the committees except one Hon Fontaine Fox Bobblt and furnished the music bride of Stanford were in this city That Tho City Council has appointed a from Montgomery county sole neents for the first of the week this was the only county that had Mastln Bros committee to consider the question of Olliver Chilltd Plow and repairs Mr and Mrs L M Martin of re opening the gas well at the corner appointed a committee but that uymnmnn were visiting the lumlly of Main and High streets Certain every county was in favor of a Come one come all and exam of Judge W P D Bush this week legal questions will arise which railroad as indicated through this ine our new store next to engine Judge and Mrs W P D Bush moves the Council to act advisedly county It was suggested that Mastin Bros house went to Louisville to see Booth this the committee be discharged and week Mr Bowen Henry gave a masque Â¬ that another be appointed from The finest and freshest fruits at Miss Lucy Bush and Miss Todd rade party to his friends on theSouth county to at lowest prices at Mrs S J Bohan Saffell went to see Booth in Louis- Â¬ Side last night which was a success theMr Isaac consider the matter Wingate offered the ville nans following resolution Any one wishing hauling done Mr Win Coble has returned from Resolved That it is the sense of Mr Wesley Hall of Defoe Henry a two months trip to Maryland vis- Â¬ promptly can be accommodated by county has shipped from that place iting his brother and other relatives calling on O W Mitchell on Holmes this meeting that the material in- Â¬ to Louisville since the first of No- Â¬ Miss Minna Talbott of Paris is street or leaving tho order at G C terests of this county require that a railroad should be built from vember1 last two thousand nine hun- Â¬ visiting Mrs R M Aldridge Broad Â¬ Shaws flour store 4t Frankfort to Georgetown and forty six rabbits The con way street dred oud Persons wishing their gardens Paris Ky and thence furnishing 1 S Petty of Louis- Â¬ signee was Mr Judge Wnrren Monfort wife and ville It wasnt a very good rabbit daughter Miss Edith are stopping plowed up for spring planting would connection with Eastern Kentucky do well to see G W Mitchell or and that we heartily indorse any season either Who says that was at tho Capital Hotel Mr Mike Buttemer is very ill leave the order at Geo C Shaws effort looking to the accomplishnot enterprise with pneumonia at his home near flour store ment of that end 4t Call and examine- Mrs S J Bo this city o Resolved That Joseph Robin- Â¬ The citizens of Bourbon county son W J Lewis honnans lino new stock offancy gro- Â¬ Miss Mary S Milward of LexingJno T Buck ton s spending some days with Miss have called a meeting to take action ley J Stoddard ceries Johnston D W Maggie Lewis Washington street in regard to the Frankfort George Â¬ Lindsey Frank Chinn and Russell We would cull the attention of the town and Paris Railroad Mrs Cordio Kendall was called to It assem Â¬ McRery are hereby appointed a Board of Health to the fact that this Louisville on Thursday by the bles to day and will be addressed by committee from this county to is a good time for them to meet and serious illness of her mother Hon S F J Trabue and Hon W confer with similar committees get things in good shape to commente Col D L Sublett returned from P D Bush of this city As Mr from the counties of Scott Bouroperations in the way of having our Chattanooga yesterday and reports Jenks would say things is workin bon and Montgomery to see what city thoroughly cleaned and gotten everything on the boom The office on the corner of Main funds can be raised in the shape of Dr D D Thomson and Mr Jus ready for the spring and summer Davidson of Louisville have been and Ann streets formerly occupied by county subscriptions from this and The cholera has been predicted to be in Â¬ coining and an ounce of prevention cil attendance upon the Grand Coun- the Singer Sewing Machine Compa Â¬ the counties named and to fairly Royal Templars this week ny has been handsomely refitted and apportion to this and the counties is worth thousands of pounds of cure Miss May Milward of Lexington refurnished by Messrs D II Bald named the amount deemed requi ut this stage of the game who was visiting Miss Maggie A m win Co for tho accomodation of site to be so raised to secure the Lewis Saturday young gentlemen of the city ed home Mondayand Sunday return- Â¬ their agent at this place Mr W II construction of such railroad and The morning gave a hop at the Capital Hotel ball to invite propositions from any and Â¬ Miss Fannie Reed who haw been Cutler who has on exhibition an ele all railroad room last night companies in posigant stock of pianos organs Ac visiting friends and relatives in Cin Â¬ tion to construct said road and secinnati returned home Sunday even- Â¬ The sewer leading from the county ing Wes Kirk lias been appointed and lect therefrom that which in their jail to the river has been ordered to confirmed as driver of the hose reel judgment would best subserve Miss Ruby Macklin attended Ed run to low water mark by the City win the interests of the people of said Booths performances of Riche wagon vice Wat Nichol removed Council lieu and Hamlet in Louisville the several counties that the same m wo nave j ust received a copy or a first of the week may be presented to the people Mr Henry Heimiller of Versailles Hon W J Chinn member of the work which bears the following title for their adoption or rejection at Monday He was was in town on Board of Equalization from this Dis Â¬ The Mississippi Valley and Pre looking after the interests of the trict is confined to his room by a historic Events giving an account of an election to be duly called therefor Heller Carriago Company of which serious spell of pneumonia the original formation and early con Â¬ Â¬ Mr Lewis E Harvie moved to he is a member If any of our peo Miss Maggie Lemon of George Â¬ dition of the Great Valley of its veg Â¬ ple want a first class article in that town who has been visiting Miss etable and animal life of its first in Â¬ amend the resolution as follows lino tliey cannot go amiss by seeing Una Marshall South Side returned habitants the Mound Builders its which was adopted Resolved That he committee Mr Heimiller We know whereof home Wednesday mineral treasures and agrcultural Mrs Dr Joseph Smith of Lexing Â¬ also report the financial condition wcjtiflirm By C B Walker ton with Mrs Bowman Smith and developments This work is one which affords the of the company the amount of Mr John W Rodman and Mrs Miss Mckinney of McKinney Lin Â¬ stock issued and whether paid for couity spent Jennie Murphy Sale were married coln SamlR Smith Monday with student rare opportunities to acquaintÂ¬ in money or not with the amount Mrs himself with the history real hiWednesday last at 3 oclock p m Mrs W L Hammond of Smith storyof the great valley of which of indebtedness of said company In tho Chapel of the Baptist Church field as well as any other substantial Ky accompanied by in this city by Rev G F Bagby daughter Mrs W B Randall her our State is a part The facts are matter for the information of the of There were present only tho im Â¬ Clinton Mo visited her son A B stated in plain clear language and people mediate relatives of tho contracting Hammond in Bellepoint this week so arranged as to make it a complete The resolution as amended was parties Mrs Rodman is a charm Â¬ Mrs MT Runyan was the recipient encyplopedia in regard to the matter then adopted Mr R I Murray General Agent ing and winsome lady and Mr Rod of a pair of handsome gold spectacles The meeting then adjourned Is now in our city and is soliciting man is a well known lawyer of this with the following note last Tuesday G W CRADDOCK subscribers for this work Thus far city Tho happy couple left that afternoon Cluw man his success lias been highly flattering evening for a trip to Cincinnati and Mas President Pat McDonald Secretary In accepting your resignation we Syrup of Figs Louisville would offer you a small gift as a Manufactured only by tho Califor Â¬ Committee Meeting Co havo just token of our grateful remeniberanco nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Sam D Johnson The committee appointed by the of the many wise and tender lessons Cal Is Natures Own True Laxa opened a large assortment of Arosine you have given us most easily taken above mass meeting of the citizens tive It Rlbbosine Chiuilc and Etchings In tho selection of this gift wo and tho is tho pleasantly effective of the county met at the office of most Bilks and Cottons in all shades havo not been altogether unselfish remedy known to cleanse the system Mr Frank Chinn on Wednesday Felts China Silks Scrims Canvas but havo chosen ono which bv its when bilious or costive to dispel constant use may remind you that headaches colds and fevers to cure and organized by electing Mr Fancy Cords Ac wo desire an abiding interest in your habitual constipation indigestion Frank Chinn Chairman and Mr prayers cent and 110 Jno T Buckley Secretary On The Turnpike Commissioners met There aro no words by which to etc For sale in bottles by Chapman Gayle V Lindsey motion of Gen D at tho Court house on Tuesday and oxpress tho deep regret which is reports wero made to them from the caused by tho severance of your rela No other niedicino is so roliable as the President was instructed to inns tions to Ayers Cherry Pectoral for the cure vite similar committees from the various turnpikes in the county The Pastors Aid Society of colds coughs and all derange Â¬ counties of Bourbon Scott and ments of the respiratoiy organs tend Â¬ Montgomery to meet at FrankSam D Johnson tfc Co offer somo Methodist Episcopal Church South Frankfort Ky Feb 8th 1887 ing toward consumption It affords cholco things in Lunch Cloths Tablo The 1887 sure relief for tho asthmatic and con fort February 23 Doylies Napkins and Tho freshest canned goods of all sumptive even in advanced stages committee then adjourned to meet Linens Towels of disease kinds nt Mrs S J Bohnnnnns at the call of the President m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Railroad Meeting The adjourned meeting of the Hon John Feland of Ilopkins people of Franklin county was vllle has been in tho city this week Miss Pnttic Burton of Owen counMrs Mary Schulto of Louisville ty was elected by the Commissioners held at the Court house in this city on Monday last to hear a reis visiting at Judge Bushs of tho Institute for Feeble minded from the committee heretoMiss Teresa ODonncll is visiting Children one of the teachers to suc port Â¬ Personals Mr John Stephens has resigned his place on tho police force Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mhiwimi iniriiiMmiMiiM i w iV s w 7 Wwttm abuse of the public Mr Ace Wiley has bought an acre of Innd fromMrScantland on which he expects to erect a blacksmith shop and go into the business soon An ace Is as good as a trump and we hope lie will succeed Considerable complaint has been made in regard to our pike although near its terminus it passes between two hills whoso scenery is unsur- Â¬ passed in all Switzerland for its beauty and its grandeur and whose lofty summits overlook the beautiful vale of Quality Corner wherein dwelt in time past the purest and loveliest of women and the bravest and truest of men The only objec- Â¬ tion that can possibly bo made to tins puce is in relation to the toll that is charged Now 25 cents is charged on a one horse vehicle from this place to town and return and about one mile above hero only 15 cents is charged Why it is that this discrimination is made is what we cannot understand m abused but then we must consider irvnn If thrill rlinriitnta tfnm na mini and as spotless as the snow that falls they do not escape the censure ana motion the following gentle Â¬ men were appointed the committee on resolutions viz J B Lewis H J Hyde E M Drane M C John hon and II Samuels The committee made the following report which was unanimously adopted amid applause Whereas The Republican State Central ommittee has called a Con Â¬ vention to meet in the city of Louis Â¬ ville on Wednesday May 11th 1887 to nominate candidates for the sever Â¬ al State offices to be tilled at the next August election therefore Jieaored That we indorse the ac Â¬ tion of the Committee in calling said On convention While the committee on delegates was drowned the wagon and a sewing was washed off J Hyde address Â¬ machine in it luckily escaped and wrecked by jumping in a few forcible Mr Peyton into shallow water and earnest remarks A large awl enthusiastic meeting The convention then adjourned We are requested by Mr Urban to state of the Republicans of Franklin Coun Â¬ D W LINDSEY that he will not establish a drug store in ty was held at the Court house on Cliairman Bcllepnint as previously reported in the Monday Feb 7 1887 Capt E M J B Lewis Sccrelart Koundauout by the Bellcpoint corresDrane Chairman of the County Com Â¬ o pondent He wont leave this place mittee called the meeting to order There is something here that attracts him Forks of Blkliorn On motion Gen D W Lindsey like Loadstone was made Chairman and J H The waters are receding Curtis Sanford left Monday for LouisLewis Secretary Tobacco is selling from three to six ville to re- Â¬ A committee was appointed port a list of delegates consisting of cents Sand Riffle one from each precinct as follows The recent rains have put a stop to Court home W H Sneed Market hemp hrcking Old folks say that the winter is house A U Norwood Gas house Mr rn I Mrs Jerry Cranes little daugh over N I McDaniel Bridgeport J II ter is quite sick Bailey Cedar Run 1 E Parrent Wo have had n general rain during Bild Knob Eli McDaniel Peaks Mr Hen T Hughes returned to Green- the past week or at least a good share Mill Win Church Forks Elkhorn ville Ohio last week of it Sandrlflle lias had a good Wm C P Greenup Bloomington The rain began Mr I E Bunliu of Switzer has gone to scouring tills time Crutehfield Benson J B P Stigers St Louis Mo to reside on the 1st instant and lasted three Flat Creek R II Hales days It cleaned out a good deal of The committee retired and after a Dr Pryor of Scott county was down in mud and nitn and leveled down the short time reported the following this community the first of the week rocks and made traveling good list of delegates which was unani Â¬ Mrs Mattie Crum of Heards Station is Mr mously adopted viz visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G C torn J W Downeys house was down and washed away by the Bridgeport Jno V Jenkins Jos Hughes head rise out fortunately no lives Bailey Jake Arthur Wilder Du II Mr James Gallihuc has arrived from were lost There were seven occu Â¬ luy Alabama and gives a glorious description pants at that time in the house Bald Knob Eli McDaniel Thos of that country When the house fell they were scat Â¬ hisolin Willard Pierce Flein Ma You can get more lour to the bushel of tered and each one made for the honey Hugh Burns Benson J B F Stigers las Set- Â¬ wheat at Elkhorn Mills than you can possi- shore Mr Dennie Thurman was passing one of the little children it bly get any where else tles seized him lie searched and seized Forks Elkhorn C P Greenup L The fine Chester sow of Mr South each F Compton Spencer Jackson II C Trimbles nine months old weigh 285 another taking one undersafety arm He reached the hill in with Greenup pouncls instead of 185 as we had it last the children which seems as n provi- Â¬ Cedar Run Joe Parrent Joe Ro Â¬ week dential thing All had reached the mans Will Cook Mrs Duane Hrown is quite sick also her hill in safety except Mr B Wells Flat Creek R II Hales Henry little daughter Berl who had her collar who had washed down the stream a Morris Bloomington Wm Crutchfleld bone broken last December is still suffer Â¬ considerable distance and called for belli Mr Thurman ran to his as ing from the effects James McDaniel Joe Pfeifcr sistance and succeeded in savinir -- J C Jackson Wm Mr E R Lewis the accommodating Peaks Mill There were three or four Church Nealey Hamilton Graves mail carrier has bought the line and is him horses in a lot near by one of them Â¬ Hancock II C Harrod G W Har- ready and willing to carry pissengers packages c at the lowest possible rates was killed the rest were crippled and din badly bruised W Court house Robt McMillan Mrs Wm Pryors silk quilt will be II Sneed Orlando Brown H J raffled at Mr Wingates store next Satur was A good Hyde L II Finneli A T Todd day the 19th AH who have taken down in deal of fencingby thewashed the ravines water Richard Morris H S Banta Ben chances and have not paid for them will running off of the hills Jno II Thomas Geo A oblige her by doing so before that time Field Mr Enoch Currence of Indiana Lewis 8 R Smith Miss Ilettie Jones is visiting her sister has been visiting relatives in this Gas house W II Murray N I vicinity and in Henry county McDaniel Jno W Cox Robt Todd Mrs liarry South C C Merchant Geo W Reock J Miss Alice French is visiting Miss Some outlaws have been riding the N Crutcher Isaac T West Carter Scotlie Cliinn Frankfort citizens horses of this vicinity Hale B C Milam V Berbericb Turn away from evil and learn to Richard Iligdon Ed M Drane A Anions the Colored Citi Â¬ do good B Hammond zens Market house Jerome Weitzel A Died near Flagfork the youngest B Norwood W D Parks A II nv G II B child of Mr Wm Harrod February Waggoner J J Qnin Henry Sam Â¬ Oth uels Mat C Johnson and any other The meeting at the Independent Church Republicans who may attend the is still in progress and we hope great good Ridge Â¬ Republican County Con vention were absent Mr H ed the Convention that this has always been tiie case with those who aspire to public life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ What a Doctor Related Â¬ Â¬ will result from it Lebanon Franklin county as a unit for that brilliant and able young orator Hon W O Bradley of Garrard county as a candidate for Governor believ Â¬ ing as we do that he will arouse the party to an earnest and enthusiastic eticrt in ins behalf which has not heretofore characterized us llenolved That we wish it distinct ly understood tiiat we arc Republi Â¬ cans from principle and from the ground up without any apologies to make to any one liesolved That we indorse the great principle of the Republican party tiiat looks to the fostering and protection of free American labor and industry as against the produc Â¬ tions of the convict labor of Ken Â¬ tucky and the pauper labor of Europe Jtenotfed That we invito the co Â¬ operation of all those who desire the best interests of the State at large in one united effort to redeem Ken Â¬ tucky and place her in the front rank with our sister States the posi Â¬ tion she of right ought to occupy Hctolved That the Roundabout and Aryan of Frankfort the Louis Â¬ ville llepcblican and Commercial the Danville Tribune the Muysville lie publican and the Mountain IJcho bo requested to publish these proceed Â¬ Â¬ Sundav the 13th is the day srt apart by th pastor and members of St Johns A M E Church to have a grand rally to raise money to pay off the indebtedness of the church which is 593 Come over and help us The city is having the gas put in front of said church which is much needed Now if the street commissioner would just lake a look at the street that runs along in front of the church I think he would put his forces to cleaning it at once for it is People cannot get to almost impassible church for the mud and filth from the stables on said street We would like to see the Sunday law enforced especially bar rooms closed for on certain corners in the west end people Convention can hardly pass for crowds of both white Resolved That we are in favor of and colored who gather and lay around the nomination of tried and true men these dives all day Sunday We will say for the several positions to be filled more about Sunday law next time and to that end we hereby instruct Send us the Koundauout for we Jove our delegates to cast the vote of to read it Mrs Maria Allen an old colored woman died on Wednesday and was buried from Very heavy dew has been falling this week The first of January was slip slide now it is stick stuck Turnpikes are needed very much at present Mrs Sallie Ann Rearden who has been sick some time is better There is an old widow in this vi- Â¬ cinity who sells kisses for a dollar a kiss If any one doubts this just ask Dr Robinson of Bald Knob Dr Adams and wife of Jackson are the happy recipients of a boy baby the Independent day Ben Brown Baptist Church Thurs Â¬ died on Tuesday evening at three oclock and was buried by the lodge of U B F of which he was a member on Wednesday evening from St Johns A M E Church Messrs Tom Harlow Owen Moore have opened a drug store at Jacksonville Success to you boys Wm Snook has purchased a farm near Lebanon meeting house from If a well be polsoned woe be to Willis Rodgers at 50 dollars per those who drink thereat It is worse acre We think William is going to to poison the fountain of life for raise hemp ones self and for posterity Often by carelessness or misfortune or inheri Â¬ Â¬ Meeting is held on the third Sat urday at Lebanon instead of the tance this has been done Ayers second A great many members Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood and were on their knees during holidays restores health not to offer thanks to the one from Louisville Tobacco Market whom all blessings flow but were In the spring of 1883 while handling some carbolic acid which I was about to use for some purpose in the prac-Â¬ tice of my profession I accidentlv spilled some of it on my left leg be- Â¬ tween the ankle and the knee Well sir I didnt think of its being any very severe injury at the time though it made quite a painful wound but I had a terrible time with that leg On the place where it was burned with the acid there came a running sore which might have been there yet if I hadnt user S S S It discharged a serum like matter and was very painful at times It was a great inconvenience to me in my business for a man to be a successful veterinary surgeon must be both active and muscular Well it was queer but I couldnt find anything that would cure that sore I submitted to the treatment of a number of physicians in turn and tried various remedies both standard and empirical in which I had considerble confidence But I got no better After suffering great pain and pecuniary loss for three years I concluded to try it myself I tell you I was rather discouraged but last spring I began taking S S S and felt better right off After using six bottles averaging a bottle every seven or eight days I was cured That leg was all right and it has never bothered me a bit since I am kind of mashed on that medi Â¬ cine but I have good reasons to be I cant say too much for it and nl- most believe it would cure anything I have heard a great deal of what it has done but you see this instance of which I have told you was a cure of which I had personal and postive knowledge Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas Â¬ es mailed free The owift Specific Co Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga 157 W 23d St N Y -- To a reporter of the Kalamazoo Mich Telegraph Dr Francoise the well known veterinary surgeon said I i- M V f i I 1 1 raftiingfor turkeys FUBNIRUED Bald Knob this vicinity tsunuay sleight-of-hand OX OLOVEB Si DUBBETT FBO- FBIETOBS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- - A DELAYED LETTER HOUSE ings Tho sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2282 hhds with re Â¬ Miss Mattie White of Fayette is ceipts for tho same period of 1890 hhds A and negro minstrel visiting friends in the neighborhood Tho sales since January 1st amount to show exhibited at the school house last Mr Thomas Black shipped his 10417 hhds Saturday night Burley Prices for hogs to Louisville and sold them for been irregular now the past tobacco have week which for Miss Lily McDaniel of the city of Frank475 per hundred pounds was due in part to the character of the fort spent last week with her parents here She honored her former acquaintances by Mr W B Onan is on the war offcriugs Low grade now Burleys were at times lower and medium colory Bur giving them a singing last Friday night path leys except tho last class of these grades which was enjoyed much by all present If Mr J C Noel will make the were also more favorable to buyers A hogshead of tobacco marked Jumbo race for sheriff ho will get the sup Â¬ The better grades wore steudy Old Bur was shipped from here to Louisville the port of his many friends in this pre leys remain about the same The followpast week Its weight was 2700 pounds cint whcre he once resided ing quotations represent tho market Mr Chan Peyton met with a serious The exodus of the tobacco growers for now Burley accident Friday week while on his way from the upper counties this spring Dark TraBh 175 to 225 home from Pleasureville at the Back bone 275 to 8G0 will be something similar to that of Colory Trash not Creek The heavy rains during the day Moses and the Israleltesout of Egypt Common Lugs colory 800 to 400 had caused the creek to overflow Colory Lugs While 400 to COO ugo Mr Peyton was attempting to cross the in the long Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 horse and wagon which he was driving was It is strange why our candidates Good Leaf 500 to G50 carried off by the swift water The horse for the Legislature ure so much Fine Leaf lQOO to 1476 Mr Tom Lee of Shelby county was in Â¬ Â¬ Bloomington 5 BmjMiUMBHttfti uUMJumtimHtgtftH i Prawn 901 Savings Life Assurance Society of New Yorfc J J skihfea irid THE PLAN OF THE soavdr--asr- s lEEsiiDiEiisri asriD -- fioiTT-iBsr SAFETY I2TSXJKAWOB OPINIONS OK From Hon Philip L Epooner SIMPLICITY See New York Insurance Report Ample security 223 assets for each 100 DURABILITY Some of the Policyholders in Louisville Kentucky Representing nearly 2000000 Insurance Jv M H C THE PROVIDEHT SflVIHGS CLHimS FOR 1336 ARE P R O VI DENT Insurance Conimlssloner of Wisconsin Fetter President Kentucky National Bunk Truman Cashier Kentucky National Bank Cashier German Nntionnl Bank John E Green President Second National Uankt Pierro Viglini President German National Bnnk H C Wnlbeck 218 Iho plan of life insurance presented by thuProvident Sayings U ono tho want of which hns long been felt as being within the comprehension of the ordinary mind It infect well be called Iho COMMON SENSE Hyrtom of life insurance for while THE INDEMNITY IS AS UNQUESTIONED an that of the old time nyatem yet unlike the latter it is not so inextricably connected with flno Hpun theories ns to mystify the assured if not tho actuary himself tom the report of 1km Stephen II Rodes Insurance Commlsr of Muss It is becoming more npparent every day that a radical change in tho plans ot life insurance is demanded Of tho various rtohemes or plans for insurance adapted to the wanta of the masses that of Sheppard Homans known an Life Insurance without Large Accumulations or Reserves is tho most prominent liability 798 average Largest per cent of increase in surplus to policy holders Tho most economical management 5 05 John T Moore President Fnllo City National Banki 145 per 1000 against other companies The lowest death rate against 1350 average all other companies Tho lowest price insurance only one third of other regular companies Tho largest pecentage of new business and tho lowest cost of obtaining it Tho best persistence of policy holders Ranks first of all regular companies in the abovo points of comparison Tho insurance is regular under the law Definite and absolute in the policy contract Safo as law and mathematics can make it Secure as tho level premium or overpayment system Cheap as the best co operative or assessment plan William Tillman Cashier Falls City National Bank Clinton McClarty Managor Louisvillo Clearing IIousci John H Leathers Cashier Louisvillo Banking Co Hector V Loving Prest Louisville Safety Dopoiit and Vault Co J H Huber Cashier Peoples Natliional Bank Henry Wattoraon Louisvillo Courier Journal R M Kelly Louisville Commercial Chns Edward Sears Louisville Post S H Shallcross J B McFerran Shallcross McForran k Co Pork Packers R J Menefee Silas F Miller Manufacturer R A Robinson Co Wholesale Drugs Worthington Robinson Julius Bamberger Leon J Bamberger Merchants Chas Bamberger Chas R Long President Louisvillo Water Works Wm R Ray President Louisville Transfer Co J M Wright President Louisvillo Exposition Co Samuel Avery President B F Avery Sous Chas H Pettet Wm A Robinson Hon AmRi Dodd President of the Mutual Benefit Life Insur nnco Company of Newark N J one of tho largest and best reserve companies in the annual report of his company January 1 1883 said If the pplicy contract instead of calling for the name premium each year should call for the gradually increasing natural premium THERE WOULD BE NO NEED OF RE SERVES OH ACCUMULATED FUNDS Â¬ And hundreds of other business professional and insurance men THE PKOVIDENT SAVINGS CHALLENGES COMPARISON AND INVESTIGATION UPON ANY AND ALL POINTS CONSTITUTING SAFE RELIABLE INSURANCE Tulal new business of the Company for 1886 15250000 Total new business in Sudlow Marshs Agency for 1886 3322000 December business in Sudlow and Marshs Agency 1017000 Indiana Managers Psr OTersaas cf Xaas uxaaaee or Jbgexicy apply to SUDLOW MARSH Rooms 16 and 17 Martindale Block Indianapolis Or to E HENSLEY Special Agent 337 Main St Frankfort Ky FKANfcPORT K0UNDAB0UT FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 12 1887 For Indiana Kentucky Central and Southern Ohio West Virginia and Tennessee j The Roundabout office has Just ting a groove in the right leg and go Â¬ issued a number of catalogues of ing through the left dangerously near Trotting Stock for the owners femoral artery Mr Harrod was Amongthem are theBclair owned the easy at last accounts W H Lewis resting d by Messrs W J Oranges 10 cents per dozen at Mrs the Inglewood owned by Messrs Holton and the Silver S J Bohunnnns corner of Main and Bowen Lake owned by Mr Stephen Black Ann streets m till of this county and the Glen Co made Messrs J W Johnson Neville owned by Mr W V Fin an assignment yesterday to Mr L ley of St Louis Mo F Johnson These catalogues represent the lcst We have the largest and cheapest strains of trotting stock and there umong them line of iramburgs Nainsook Em are some genuine flyers Stock men could not do better than broidries Torchon Med ids and Laces examine these animals before pur Â¬ in the city Sam D Joiinton Co chasing Dr W I Kelly will be at the There was an unusually large Capital Hotel to day where he will orowd in town Monday and the voice of tho uuctiomeer was heard be glad to see any persons suffering Prices as a general rule were very from the diseases mentioned in his card in another column low Mr Geo V Harrod of this counFor Sale Two Empress Flour is the best and Rooms For Rent Any one ty had an altercation with his son cheapest in the market For sale at wishing to rent desirable rooms in Jacks for sale cheap Apply to Newton on Thursday which resulted Scottows G W Hancock 3t one of the best neighborhoods in the in Newtons shooting hi father in For Sale I offer my entire stock both legs the ball in its course cut- The Delightful Liquid Lax city will do well to call at this office three-year-ol- d Â¬ These rooms will be rented fu in is hep Syrup of Figs is a most agreeable or unfurnished and valuable lumily remedy as it is easily taken by old and young and Navy beans 4 cents a pound is prompt and effective in curing Hud nuts hominy 2 cents a pound Habitual Constipation and the many ills depending on a weak or inactive Buckwheat flour oat meal Ac at J HEENEYS condition of the Kidneys Liver and Bowels It acts gently strengthens South Side the organs on which it acts and awakens them to a healthy activity We have a beautiful line of new em Â¬ For sale by Chapman Gayle broideries which we are selling very 1 ative in cheap of china and glassware at first cost 4t Tiros Rodman For Rent A house of seven rooms second door below Washing- Â¬ ton on Broadway Apply to R M Aldridge tf m of white We have a splendid line goods Indian linen and check mus- Â¬ lin which we are prepared to offer you at the cheapest price WEITZEL ODONNELL jr Flour 105 per hundred at Scot tows A full line of floor oil cloths at low nriccs WEITZEL OVDONNELL If you want a delicious ham or piece of breakfast bacon call on J HEENEY tows South Side Lemons 15 cents a dozen at Mrs S Rev Mr Thomson of Harrison county will preach at the Southern J Bohannans corner Main and Ann Presbyterian Church in this city to Â¬ streets morrow morning and evening All The finest Havana cigars for five the members of the Church and con Â¬ cents at Mrs S J Bohannans gregation are requested to be present We have a very complete line of Circuit Court commenced its ses Â¬ Black Dress Goods the latest fabrics sion on Monday Judge Montfort and designs presiding After charging the grand Co Sam D Johnson jury the court adjourned over until Tuesday to allow the Railroad and Foil Rent A cottage of four Republican Conventions tho use of rooms with largo garden attached located on Owenton Pike near city the Court house 2t limits Apply at this office Tho Capital Brewing Company sold its interest in the brewery in this city Fon rent A store room in Belle on yesterday to M r Burger of Cin Â¬ point Apply to R C Nicol cinnati for 10000 The liabilities Foil Rent A Steinway piano of the company are about 20000 Apply at this office Mr Burger will at once take charge and manage the property IT0R RKIRKSKNTATIVK tm AlllTinds of fancy groceries t lowÂ¬ We are authorized to uiutounce JAMES AN iw n est prices at Mrs S J Bohunnnns DREW SCOTT county candiduto for Representative subject to the actlou of the from Franklin and Ann streets corner Main Democratic uurtjr Â¬ Try Bayues Empress flour at Scot Yarmouth corn 12 cents Silver Spray corn 103 cents Polks tomatoes 3 lb cans 10 cents Ht J HEENEYS The best stock of canned goods in the city at J HEENEYS South Side Granulated New Orleans B C D sugars at lowest prices at J HEENEYS 00 Genuine Shaker preserves only cents a Jar at - J HEENEYS coffees teas chocolate Capt John Abrams of the Steamer trace Morris is a candiduto for the Legislature in Henry county Bananas Mrs S J Bohannans FOR SALE 01 PENT HOUSE AND LOT IN SOUTH FRANK on KwIiik street Possetitilou given by Also household and kitchen furniture D L SUULKTT piano and orgun oranges lemons Ac at MY Jit April 1st LJ S0 W niikel lor 0S5en Wha Bby iratjlaj jcto be CutorU silver tea spoons warrant he wm Child the cried for CutorU can save money by buying ed twenty years at When You When iho became Miss she clang to Cwtorto your paint at Gray Churchs hard Â¬ GRAY CHURCHS When she bMChlldran she gwre then Cwtcri ware house Oranges 10 cents puMloaen Wanted To borrow five hun Â¬ Lemons 15 eeutsper dozen dred dollars on real estate security Prunes 5 cents pound Apply at this office Rice o cents a pounds If yqu want a goqdjuicy steak PosUveiy cheapest store In the city sweet hitms bacon or Jaijd go to Mack Paint brushes oil and glass at hard Salyers store No 223 Main street A H Waggoner pan prices at tho hardware house of opposite Dr Dqvalls residence Market Street Grocer Gray Church Ac at J HEENEYS All grades of flour at less than mill All gtades of green and roasted Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand which they wish to sell See Gray Church on Main street will receive the highest market prices before you contract to have your by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main fl4 tf house painted and they will save street you money Bucklens Arnica Salve m Mack Salyers wishes to announce The Best Salve in the world for to the public that bis Premium Bi- - Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt con is now ready and on the Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains all market and sells at the lowest prices SklnEruptions and Corns andcures positively tf Piles or no pay required It is guar- Â¬ m anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Cleanliness next to Godli Â¬ money refunded Price 25 cents per ness box For sale by Joe LeCompte The Western Feather Renovating Renews Her Youth Company is now located in Frank- Â¬ Mrs PhcBbe Ceesley Peterson CJIay fort Ky No 132 Alero street pre Â¬ county Iowa tells the following re- pared to renovate and cleanse old and new feathers These gentlemen markahlo story the truth of which is come to us well recommended They vouched for by the residents otthe I am 73 years old havc bbeil1 have the latest improved machinery town guaranteed to give satisfac Â¬ troubled with Kidney coiuplahuYariU Work is tion Highest cash prices paid for lameness for many years coulUuot feathers or work exchanged for feath Â¬ dress myself without help NdWl ariV free from all pain andsoreuessand am ers J N Leedy I able to do all my own housework Foreman J W D Ames Wm McBrlde and owe my thanks to ElectrlieBitters forhaving renewed my ypjjth and reJ L Reeves Authorized Agents moved completely all disease ami ir One hundred styles of pocket pain Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos knives to select from at Gray 114 LeComptes drug store Churchs hardware merchants on Main street Sign of big anvil WEITZEL ODONNELL - t tfk xJ v-- prices at J HEENEY t0 f C 1111 fr a M ii-r-- A xLiL j i i S99EneaSEHHHKMQKSEK9KS3SKKKESKSSKSKKSSEeiKmaH3K9KJ5HSSaiBPl nv lttt t f i Q i FRENCH VILLA i a WW VmiSBmm GAP PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS TO CONSTJMERS 30000 Articles and One Thousand Dollars in Gold 9 5SHwWinW Thi Arrival of Munificent KURTZMAN UPRIGHT PIANO lady bought FRENCH VILLA SOAP saved her wrapper and on Christmas irorning we sent her grand Upright Piano You can do the same costs only five cents per bar SAVE YOUR WRAPPERS TO BE IDISTKIBTD TIEID SAVE YOUR Christmas 1887 W--GLY11 WRAPPERS F READ THE LIST OF ARTICLES AWAY CAREFULLY Â¬ You use Soap at least we hope you do Now FRENCH VILLA only costs five cents per bar and 30000 people will be made happy on next Christmas morning1 and you can be one of them FOfi LMJNMY BTH TO SEND OS TOILET THE BEST SOAP MADE IT COSTS NO OUR PLAN For distributing these presents gratui tously among tho consumers of FRENCH VILLA SOAP Â¬ WHEN AND HOW IN YOUR MORE THAN MANY INFERIOR SOAPS m 5 55 70 10 10 55 w Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars in Goldl CERTIFICATES M - k I Fide AND IS THE BEST FOR LAUNDRY AND Now conies our Save the outside wrapper around every Thousands upon Thousands of dollars cake of FRENCH VILLA SOAP you purgiven away FREE to pur Â¬ chase between now and December sending CHRISTMAS 1887 chasers of them to arrive at our office any timo bewo will distribute gratuitously among tween December 5th and December 20th when 1887 inclusive the consumers of FRENCH VILLA Do not send your certificates until after SOAP the balance of the enDecember 5th as we can not receive them tire list of articles in before that time last column Do not send your certificates so that they will arrive at our ofilce later than First Grand Distribution December 20th as we can not receive them after that date HOW WE DISTRIBUTE March 1885 All certificates must be received between December 6th and December 20th 1887 On the inside of each wrapper around Write your full name and address plainevery cako of soap is n consumers certi- Â¬ Save the certificates and iend ly on the package also the numbor of ficate Second Grand Distribution them to us to arrive any time between the certificates each package contains dates December nth and December -- Oth December 1885 1887 inclusive Each package received is counted ac cording to the order of receipt The list DO YOUR PACKAGE UP SECURELY is then made up and re arranged according to the number of certificates each party Third Grand Distribution Postage or other charges must bo pre sends tho greatest number taking tho lead paid in all cases otherwise tho package the next greatest following and so on will be refused October 1886 down The party who HCjuds the greatest Put all particulars on your package and number of certificates will take the first do not write us separate letters regarding place and recoivo the 250 in gold The tho wrappors as it is absolutely impossi next greatest number will receive one of ble to attend to such letters Look Out for Our the parlor suites and so on until the par The presents will be shipped as poov lor suites are distributed Then comes after December 20th as the count and lir the 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Diamond Ear drops their address our beautiful sixteen page 5 Chamber Suites catalogue giving full particulars 20 Silk Dress Patterns 15 Sewing Machines 55 Tea Sots The world s soap Manutactunng C o 25 Gold Watches 100 00 IN GOLD 15 Tilting Ice Pitchers i i - FREE I M I fVM i 1 Â¬ BUFFALO NEW YORK 10 10 Gold Watches 10 Diamond Rings 5 Pairs Diamond Upright Piano Parlor Organs v Â¬ ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ourtli Grand Distribution DECEMBER 18S7 French Villa Soap If ho does not keep it ask him to get it for you distributed SAVE YDUR WRAPPERS 10000 IN GOLD 10 Silk Dress Patterns 5 Chamber Suites 10 Sowing Machines 10 Gold Watches 5 Purlor Organs 5 Diamond Rings 80 Tea Sols 50f0 IN GOLD Thousunds of other artjcles we caiiuiil mention for want of space Eurdrops Send for Catalogue All wrappers are good no matter what date is on theni atrpur Grand Christmas Distribution THE WORLDS SOAP MANUFACTURING COMPANY 1 iAuf I 21i I r i W feu