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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wjfmrf fr f ii mmm m ww wMW m wi wwr oja - v m- I f u - The Frankfort Roundabout QEORGEA Sf s I LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X Letter From Florida Ohtaxdo PrA Feb 8 1887 Dear Roundabout In my first letter I said if you thought my letter or letters worth moved me Jublishiujr and the spirit as I viewed up Florida You have not said yet whether it vou thought them worth publishing1 or not hut I find frequent notices of them in other papers besides private letters from friends in Kentucky and elsewhere as far as Texas Hut whether you like them or not you publish them all the same and as they poem to please my friends I will still write them as long as I stay or as long as I can find anything to write about without a repetition When one is stationed at one place I find tilings become monotonous tilings are now becoming somewhat homelike in many respects especial Â¬ ly so far as business is concerned But I am determined to have my regular hours for recreation I am here for my health and do not in- tend to let business get control of me us it had at home We eat breakfast at 8 oclock and do not want to eat earlier for the reason that the legs ar so heavy before this time it is disagreeable to go out We would become perfectly saturated with the fog if we did The people hero do not like for one to talk or write about this but nevertheless it is a fact Although the sky may be perfectly clear in the morning the fog is so thick you can almost cut it with a knife J never saw it half so thick in Frankfort It is so heavy the lands can do without rain for a longer period than lands where fog is not us the leaves of the trees and other veg- Â¬ etation gather the dew which runs down the body and goes in the ground to their roots The forenoon I spend in filling orders delivering sending out in Â¬ voices writing letters reading the papers from home and the daily paper here I find to sleep sound I must have outdoor exercise so every evening after the heat of the day is over I have a walk for miles witii a Ken Â¬ tucky friend and my little girl We strike for the country and return about dark in time for supper The boarders at our house are most- Â¬ ly from Kentucky Ilarrodsburg Lexington Carlisle Louisville and other points I meet Kentuckians daily from all over the State My health is improving daily I go out in the grove and eat oranges before each meal and then between times every day There have been no oranges gathered from the grove belonging to the hotel and although there are hundreds eaten every day they are not missed Some of the trees I would say at a guess have three thousand on them This is an old grove being about twenty years old The young trees have but few oranges on them compared to the old ones I see from the papers the orange market is overstocked al Â¬ though last winter a large portion of the orujigo trees were killed by the cob I weather What will the result bo when the young trees get to bearÂ¬ ing There are thousands of young trees not bearing to one old tree bear Â¬ ing You cannot buy oranges here much cheaper than in Frankfort by retail Orlando is certainly on the boom more so at this time than most any place in Florida The hotels are generally full here while elsewhere 1 learn they are not Last year and this they put up and are still put Â¬ ting up large blocks of brick busi Â¬ ness houses tli roe stories high There is a large four story brick hotel going up FRANKFORT market The seconi story of the market house contains offices ail of which are rented out to lawyers real estate agents and doctors In the third story is a largo hall On the top is nn observatory to which one can go and see for miles around There aro young peaches on the trees near our hotel as large as peas The cold tiiey have here does not affect fruit like it does north The cold I wrote about in my last would have killed all vegetables in Kentucky Here roses in the garden peach trees in bloom and other things not hurt There Is a flower garden near our house where flowers have bloomed all winter In the open garden The weather for the past week or ten days after the morning fogs pass away has been glorious Thermom- Â¬ eter ranges daily froni 81 to 85 There is a constant breeze I find I am getting very much tanned and by the way I do not care for it for in it there is health I do not hunt the shady side of the street The sun is hot but I take it My nose looks like an old topers I Intended to say they have been trying to grow the pine apple and bananna here but find it to be a failure I think they have about given it up There aro not enough vegetables grown around this place to supply the town cabbage and all other vegetables are brought from other points here and sold The people here live on speculation Tliat will not last always and they will have to get down to hard pan and as well do It first as last it has to come They are rejoicing here over the re- Â¬ cent cold spell in California They say Florida will get the run next winter I see from youis and other papers the people of Frankfort are taking up and making a move towards another railroad I am glad to see this We need not expect to lie still and gather in trade Competition is growing and becoming strong in all trades and businesses Towns are working against towns individ Â¬ uals against Individuals and the one or the other that lies still roads and trade will go around them I have been convinced for some time and have spoken of it frequently that unless Frankfort did something she would bo left not only left but left out in the cold Georgetown Mid Â¬ way Versailles Lawrenceburg Ilardinsville just think of it Without an effort we will soon be surround Â¬ ed and trade wo have always had will be taken away from us never to be gotten back A few dollars just now amounts to nothing compared to all future trade We should wake up Yours truly Joirx E Miles We supposed our friend Miles would see by our publishing his let- Â¬ ters that wo appreciated them Wo also sent him messages to that effect which doubtless miscarried We wish to say here ami now that we have not a single correspondent whose letters we value more highly and that are of more real and enjoy Â¬ able interest to our readers Editor Â¬ KY FEBRUARY 19 1887 Number 23 Our house is in walnut woods a rare thing in Kansas a splendid young orchard and the land is said to yield 80 bushels of corn per acre good sea Â¬ sons Wo arc in full view of the village of about 1000 people I want to get the woods in blue grass and sell out for three times its cost and A pay you a visit Yours Ac WK HAVE Large Stock of SHIRTS both Laundried and Uiilaimdried 100 P S I got some specimens of ore for you but I could not get a history A beautiful laundried shirt of them that was satisfactory A Voice J G Hatch itt Unlaundried shirts from 50e to 100 to- - if L ii not exhibit a willingness to aid the prople of Franklin county generally To reduce our stock of HATS we hare marked it m getting the proposed railroad to Georgetown built I for one feel down to much less than usu il prices deeply interested in the enterprise and am ready to put my shoulder to Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos the wheel When our precinct and those that Humphries is ready to take your border it were floundering In the mud the people of Frankfort and measure other portions of the county were taxed to build us turnpikes These roads are becoming a regular net- Â¬ work of travel and commerce and HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELI have added immensely to the com fort of our people and the value of our lands With Robinsons Devil Hollow Kentucky Central Railroad pike Leslie Collins Benson Valley pike Dave Moores St John pike F BLUB GRASS ROUTE Conways Flat Creek pike and Bud Shortest and Quickest route from Maeys Stoney Creek pike we are THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT front Mrs CENTRAL KENTUCKY istratrix bought Whltesldes Addle Garrett adminof E deceased his entire now ready to use these roads to haul In the Interest TO ALL POINTS our tobacco corn nnd country pro- Â¬ duce to the Frankfort depot Just as quick as a competition of railroads NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST Furniture and Undertaking will give us rates that are worth FAST LINE BETWEEN We want not only a living for market in Frankfort but a market in LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Louisville and Cincinnati And have sold one half Interest In my business to Our turnpikes have cost a deal of SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 21 1S86 money nine tenths of which lias been supplied by taxing other parts S of the county and we are not now so No 4 No 12 No 6 South Pound Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun selfish as to set back unconcernedly And hereafter the style of the Arm will be when the county asks our aid to se Â¬ cure a railroad that will cheapen Lve Covington 8 30 a m 825pm 00pm DEHONEY rates give us two markets or three m 9 35 p m 3 30 p m STATEN 10 03 Falmouth 11 04 a in 10 24 p m 4 39 p m Cynthiana instead of one nnd will add to the 11 40 a ni to 50 p m 5 S V m And the business will be continued at the old stand prosperity of the people Count us Arr Paris m 11 30 pjn 6 10 p Lexington 12 30 of Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street In for our share of help Iish the May 8 tf JAS T STATEN 50 a m 10 55 p m 5 so p m Lo Paris T 6 05 p m 11 35 p m enterprise Keep the ball in motion Arr Winchester 12 35 P p m 2 00 p in 7 15 Richmond and when you need us I am miHi 7 P m S Lancaster mistaken if old Bald Knob the Gi o c p m Stanford bralter district dont come booming Lve Richmond 2 00 p m in support of such measures us may Arr Here 3 20 p m Livingston 5 45 p m KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST be deemed wise and necessary Those who have been counting on FOR No No 11 No 3 Bald Knob hugging her turnpikes North Bound NEW YORK WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA and gi ing the cold shoulder to roads for other parts of the county will get THE ONLY LINE M left You hear me Lve Livingston 800am Uerea to 23 a m m Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars 11 45 Arr Richmond Uncle Newton Craig lias man LveSuiford 11 20 a m FOB damused the Auditor to compel him Lancaster Siiam tt 00 a m Arr Richmond ui T 3R - Z 3ST to issue a warrant In his favor for m Lve Richmond 130pm 6 05 a m FROM 10000 the amount awarded him by Arr Winchester 2 45 p m 7 15 a Paris 1 20 p m 8 00 a m the commission- appointed by the Lve Lexington p m Lexington in 245pm 7 25 a m j 45 p m LoiiisvilleCiiitiiiiinli Legislature to settle the account be Â¬ 3 40 Pa is 3 30 p ra 8 23 a TO- Cvnthiana 3 59 p m 8 59 a m 4 7 P m tween Craig and the State Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 03 a m 5 18 p m for the Railroad 50 Dozen Linen HANDKERCHIEFS to select from Bald Knob Fcby 10 1887 beautiful colored borders at 15c Ed Roundabout We of the Bald Knob precinct 25c and 33 l 3c each would did very ungrateful be if we V NOTICE BUSINESS I Â¬ I W DEHONEY 1 V 111 1 JSOLIS - Arr Covington 6 00 p m 11 35 a in 6 45 p m Living Witnesses Rev Joseph Langston is a well known minister and member of the South Georgia Conference of the M E Church South stationed at Brown wood Chi on the Southwestern rail- Â¬ road and is esteemed by all who know him lie says Gentlemen I very cheerfully and gratefully certify to the efficacy of Swifts Specific in curing me of a severe case of dyspepsia which had harassed me for about two years I had it so bad I could not sleep Night after night Hay awake unable to get an hours sleep My friends who had known me before I had the dyspepsia hardly recognized the same man in me when the disease held me in its tightest grip I may truthfully say that 1 had dyspepsia about i bad as a man could have it not to die It was so severe that I felt as I suppose other dyspeptics do as if I hud several different fatal dis easeases ranging from heart disease to consumption Indeed one physi Â¬ cian stood me out that one of my lungs was affected S S Lve Lve Lve WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Hound Covington Lexington No 51 Daily Ex Sun 723 a in 8 15 Rounjmhout No Daily Ex Sun 53 We are permitted through the courtesy of Col E C Went to copy the following letter from our old friend Dr J G Hatchitt who it seems lias left New Mexico and gone to Kansas to reside Arr Miller burg Arr Carlisle Arr fohnon Arr Maysville South Hound Lve Maysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersuurg- Pin m 842a m 005 a m 9 57 a m 10 3 a m 200pm 425 pm ssopm 548pm 612pm 7 LYNCHBURG DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS IN- 7p 4ipm m No 53 Daily Ex Sun 3 No 54 Daily Ex Sun - Walnut After several months of taking S I was cured and am entirely well to day not having lost a single day this year in my pastoral duties This was last year 1 keep S S S as a household medicine and there are few ailments which by purifying the State Four railroads have suddenly blood aro not benefitted and many crossed hero and more will probably cured by the use of Swifts Specific bo hero this summer An abundance JOSI UU O LVXdSTOX of coal all along the river banks in Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas Â¬ long with everything that is eaten this vicinity and will bore for gas es mailed free for sale There aro now peas beans as soon as the winter is over Coal Diawer and cabbage nil new grown in the ou our place and a beautiful marble 8 TuKawiiTSiKciFicCo Atlanta Gu 157 W 2M t N Y A Â¬ with fine large business rooms unuorneatii l usKeu one man a iry goods merchant what rent he paid He replied twenty-for his store room two hundred dollars per annum There are twenty five or thirty of these brick business houses The bricks are made mostly in Georgia and Northern Florida and shipped here in cars and cost eighteen or twenty dollars per thousand laid in the walls There is no solid founda Â¬ tion hero they go down only twelve or fifteen inches the lower they go the softer it gets The Bible says a a house built in the sand will not stand these may be nn exception but it seems to me the immense weight of the walls will naturally make them give way Orlando lias an Opera House also a largo brick market frame house tli roe stories high one hundred and fifty or two hundred feet good deal Most of it was booming so fast I was afraid to try it Wichi- Â¬ ta Ft Scott Topeka Emporia Sa liua and others seem wild crazy to a slow going man from Frankfort So 1 thought I would stop here and grow up with the boom if ever one came I have 120 acres in this beauti Â¬ ful valley mile south of Quenemo of the Marias DesCygnes Ma re do Zueno river noted for being the most productive in this wonderful Your postal received asking what I am doing here Well 1 came hero to see a Kansas boom The bottom fell out of Socorro San Mureiul Doming and all New Mex ico towns as soon as I touched them So I concluded to see if tiie bottom would drop out of Kansas if I came here I traveled over this State a Jfi Went Dkyu Sin Woods Quknkmo Kan February 14 1887 m For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tleket olllce V W MONROE Arr Paris Arr Lexington Div Pussr Agent Lexington Ky u 35 a ml 600pm W C Arr Covington WICKHAM II W FULLER No 45 leave Lexington 800 p in arrive Paris Gun Pass Agt 2d Vice President 342 p m Trains 3 and 4 are daily betuccn WinNOTE chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connection s made at Winchester with Chcsnpeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland W Vi and Eastern Huntington Charleston 033 a m 129 pm 73J a in I 2 23P m 7 47 a m 246pm 8 15 a m 3t5P m 910 a ml 610pm Â¬ j a in 1230pm 4 Housekeepers IF Attention USE Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid 1rains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railmad For lull particulars address or call on any agent of the company or S F 11 MORSE D A FEELEV Gen Pasr Agt Trav Passr Agt Covington ky Lexington Ky H EHUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Kv YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD LeCOMPTES BAKING POWDER Prepared anil FOR SALE ONLY by Joseph LeCompte PROPRIETOR OF THE I CAPITAL 0 0 F LODGE NOC MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially invited A CHILSON X O J U Williams Sec April 17 tf IAM0US GEN HARRIS AND COLOGNE LCOMPTES HANDSMPOTHER mmmmmtifm4mim0 toh urMicvnri EtKVS K F T A7 nu sj F1 5 fVr V - f rrwW T J I i TJP1 1 TO BUY D ry Goods Notions Is at our store ti Gexits Furnishing Gds We can We have a large and well selected stock of goods on hand and new goods arriving daily show as pretty and large a line as any house in the city and WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD BELOW YOU WILL FIND SOME GOOD BARGAINS 30 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 75 cts 50 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 100 25 dozen Marseilles Bed Spreads at 150 25 dozen French Wovn Corsets at 75 cts cheap at 1 00 25 dozen Towels large size at 20 cents cheap at 30 cheap at 125 50 pieces Check Muslin at 12 1 2 cts cheap at 16 2 3 cheap at 200 50 bolts of Check Muslin at 15 cents cheap at 20 cheap at 100 50 bolts of 4 4 Floor Oil Cloth at 25 cts cheap at 35 cents cents cents cents We Our line of white goods in India Linens French Nainsook Check India Linens and Cable Cords are very cheap are receiving daily a beautiful line of Dress Goods consisting of Serges ir i N fern Henrietta Cloth and Satines in beautiful styles and patterns ored silks Call and see us i We have also selected a beautiful line of black and col- Â¬ The Banner Sign Main Street WEITZEL 8c ODOHNELL KV li Death of Mr John Kiernan Mr Jeptha D Robinson lias been A grand excursion to Pcnsacola re elected keeper of the St Clair wa ia u r Florida over the Louisville and street bridge mi mmim m Bui m m At 330 oclock on yesterday Mr tvyuv iwti Nashville railroad leaving LouisJno Kiernan died at his residence Kittie Dudley a colored woman in this city in the 56th year of his ville Tuesday February 22 18S7 charged with the murder of her Mr Kicrnans health has age ociock p m Round trip at Ben Million was tried in been bad for two years but he has Mnnufnctnror nnd Dealer in tickets will include railroad passage the Circuit Court last week and ac Â¬ been able to go about up to about in both directions supper lodging quitted three weeks ago since which time and breakfast at Maxwell House 5 The most particular man in town he has been confined to his bed Nashville Tenn dinner at De- Â¬ will have no trouble in selecting a Mr Kiernan has been a citizen Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery catur Ala supper lodging and hut nt Meflliires This firm seems of Frankfort for about twenty five breakfast at Montgomery Ala to have the happy faculty of pleasing years and for a number of years carrica on Dusiness on iiroaaway DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED and one week 7 days board at all tastes 1 1 e resided a snort time in the Blacksmitbing Pipe Work Jobbing and Eepairing Promptly the Continental Hotel Pcnsacola We are glad to note that our country on the farm known as Attended to Fla and will be sold at 3500 friends of the Midway Hipper are Glen Mary but soon removed Agent for AJDrXj-A-- S The party will go south in a body having such a rush of job work as to his residence in this city has necessitated the working of their he married Mary Jn 1865 ana but may return at will tickets Mob press by steam and they have Ryan who together with their Columbus Steam Pumps being good for thirty days allow made arrangements accordingly four daughters survive him 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky C5TSEND FOR PRICE LIST ing six days on return trip grant- TJuy are dever and deserving young He was known to every citizen rvM X 1UIIU ing privilege 01 stop over ac mom- men aim get out a nrst rate newsy of the county as V1U county paper and his kind and gentle disposi- - H gomery Ala Birmingham Ala G He had Nashville Tenn and at Mam- - - Mr Sam E Blackburn custodian of tion endeared him to all no PEALEU IN- moth Cave the worlds greatest the Government Building has made all deception but was positive in CAPITAL his acts natural wonder As the party is the following appointments to posi He was a farm friend a devoted limitfH nnparltrannlirntinn isrlnti0118 IllxiUt the building John husband and a kind and affec- Â¬ -fi Humphrey McDonald Janitor Peace sirable and should be made to J Evans Night watchman and Ned tionate father to his ashes H Millikcn city ticket agent Cummings Fireman They will go His funeral will take place from southwest corner Fourth and into office the first of March reliev Â¬ 342 MAIN STEEET the Catholic Church on Friday ing the present force employed Main Louisville Ky morning at 9 oclock with a Western Ar PORTRAITS Mr Ingle School Commissioner of Mr Walter B Jones General requiem high mass CRAYON Jackson county came to this city on Agent of the Provident Life gus Pco 17 AND ALSU- Monday and put up at the Meri Â¬ Assurance Company of New A pound and valentine party wether Hotel He went to bed that A SPECIALTY night leaving the ga burning in his York has written a number of was given on Tuesday evening 227 MAIN STREET FKANKFOHT KY room but got up at A oclock and risks in this city the past two at the residence of Mr T N All tho latest style furniture constantly In btoek Of all Sizes at Eeduced Price plan ot insurance Sullivan in this county blew it out Some time afterward he weeks ine Amonof got up and went down into the of offered by the company is unsur- Â¬ those present were the following fice and complained to Mr Steele passed and the rates are down to W C MACK MN ladies viz Misses Haydon Misses h F COMPTON NEW PLANINU MILL the proprietor that the gas smelled being about iialf those Innes Miss Beulah Sullivan Mrs hard pan C0MPT01T m badly in his room that he could MACKLIN by other Companies Lou Haydon Miss Pearl Polk not Hieop Mr Steele asked him charged M lHOriMSTOKS whether ho had turned it off or which commends it t all who Miss Anna Quarles Miss Hocker- Havingreoentljr addml to hi Establishment blown it out and on being informed wish first class insurance at the smith Miss Kate Church Miss Mills mat ne mm uone me latter went to lowest ngures First Class Planing Mill ine tfompany is Glanton and Mrs Cal Haydon his room with him shut oil he gas UAVK THE FOLL- la now prepared to furnish all kinds of and discovered that a gentleman perfectly reliable and is ably The affair was much enjoyed by sleeping in an opposite room was so managed by the most experienced all present Sash Doors BliDdsrFranes Molding nearly overcome by the gas which insurance men in the United AND MANIKACTUJtK Some six or eight persons were had come into his apartment that he States Insurance in this comA LSO sent to jail Tuesday to serve out fines Six of the best grades of the best dllHculty turn himself in could witli pany is equally as cheap as in a inflicted by Scroll Work Stair Work the Circuit Court for Flour made in the World bed The fresh air was at once let Turning into the rooms and the gentlemen co operative company and far vinlntinrr th tluli I our liv rlituiiiifr Ofllce wureroom Broadway opp Capitol Square Oottenut In the best style more reliable May 10 tf in the river below Lock No 4 were soon all right again Â¬ on-in-l- Ooml PIii Monkinn II vuh will uvriiiuu J s 1 B MEEK Propriotor STEAM ENGINES BOIL RS reoiiLiEiiEe TOIESIKIS - nvi 1 MATTERNS R ROGERS -- ART GALLERY m NTUL COFFINS AC -- FEOTOGBAFHS J WAKEFIELD Elkhorn Roller -- HOLLER SYSTEM Â¬ I v J Ji t tfwwiEFpyjjqqiitiiniiiwrviTnwiTCi7C rYyWv MVKH y Krxjy ktivWW v - VTTTmSL rW MginjTW inV - iMtfiT fi V7 sw - 3 IIOIN in this city on Siturdiy IVbrtrir Mr J W Watts and wife a tlaiiRlit T s SdKfNMMBIfKWMi Conversation Between two Farmers I Wait awhile my boy and Ill show you You say 22 Well now since cents for coal the river is in order the price of coal is about 15 cents a difference Now of 7 cents on the bushel then Lexington that has three railroads gets all her coal for 8 to If we had a 10 cents a bushel road running into the coal region in competition with the one we now have we would get our xoal at say 10 cents a difference of 5 more Now how much coal do you burn in a winter Guess I burn about 1st F to 300 bushels 200 Now- dont you see 2d F that we are getting down to figures 250 bushels of coal at 15 cents costs 3250 At 10 cents it would cost 325 or 750 less 2d F - and applied to nearly all physicians near me In t my condition continued to grow worse and all said that I must auroly die My bones became tho seat of excruciating aches and pains my nights were passed in misery I was reduced in flesh and strength my kidneys wore terribly de ranged and life beoamo a bunion to mo I chanced to see an advertisement of U II II and sent one dollar to W C Birch moro Co morcliants of our placo nnd they procured one bottle for me It was used with decided benefit nnd when eight or ton bottles had been used I was pro nounced sound and well Hundreds of scars can now bo seen on me looking like a man who had been binned and then restored My case was well known in this county and for tho benefit of others who may bo similarly affected I think it my duty to give tho facts to tho public nnd to extend my heartfelt thanks for so valuable a remedy along I have been well over fwelvo months and Bill what did yc have no return of tho disease has occurred 2d F ROBERT WARD to pay for coal before the governMaxkyh Ga January 1887 We tho ment got the locks and dams fixed undersigned know Mr Robert Ward and take pleasure in saying that tho facts up above stated by him are true and that his worst of Blood 1st F Wells my recollection was 0110 of thoknow in casos county Poison wo over our and serves mc twas about 22 or 26 that ho has been cured by tho use of B B Blood Balm cents But whats that got to do B Botanic BittGiiTwrM Merchant A 1 W C BiitaiiMoiu Co Merchants with taxes J II Buioiitwull M D Â¬ Â¬ say Jim they tell me that the folks arc talking about voting a tax on us farmers to build a railroad to Georgetown What do you think of it Ill tell you now Im agin it I have to pay all the taxes now that I can afford to and more I dont want any more of it in mine 2d Farmer Hold on Hill Not so fast my boy I want to talk with you a bit I was like you at the first blush but I got to thinking about it and by gravy I have just tcetotally changed my mind 1st F Hows that I know you was agin it before and I dont see what could have made you change But old boy lets hear what youve got to say shoot 1st Farmer Prices flavoring extracts Stedmaiitown Maxkyh Ga Jiuiunry 1880 olive oils salad dressing catsups Uncle Mat Carter has rented For twelve or fourteen yenrnllinvobeon c at J Hecncys a jjnut HUfforer from n terrible form of and moved into the newly repaired a blood poison which run into the secondary Newest things in English walk dwelling house of Mr Sam Marand llnally it wiih pronounced n tertiary tin near the school form My bond face and shoulders be ing gloves at Sam D Johnson the view of opening a house with Ciinio nlmost a mass of corruption and school in a llnally the disease commenced eating away Co s Red Front Store 2 7 St few weeks my sltull bones I became so horribly re pulsive that for three years I absolutely Clair street By the way our friend Dr 1 Â¬ Wards Woes f lt 87 to Â¬ W J SCOTTOW DEALER IX FAMILY GROCERIES quantities of most noted blood remedies refused to lot people see me I twed largo And now comes Bath county as an earnest advocate of our new road The Owingsville Outlook is warmly urging the building of the road Uncle Jack Glore has been appointed Special U S Storekeeper and is on night duty at the Hermitage Distillery Up my John C Â¬ Â¬ Mr Martin is a candidate for sheriff with flattering prospects if reports are true Uncle Jas Shackelford has just returned from the county ofChven and says Sam was gain ing ground fast If such be the case Cox had better withdraw Misses Emma and Lucy Sted Â¬ LARD MILL FEED MEAL EMPRESS FLOUH 235 Broadway St Feb 19 2in Â¬ The first letter dropped into the new post office just after it was opened Saturday afternoon was deposited by the golden haired missionary of the Rouxda bout addressed to his sweetheart Â¬ John T Haiit W B Camihell One of the most pleasant and convenient suburban residences is offered for rent in another column The locaby Mr Frank Chinn tion is splendid and just the place for a family who desire to raise a garden and fowls Â¬ A large and enthusiastic meetAll who desire full information about tho cause and euro of Blood Poisons ing of the citizens of Bourbon Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers on Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints county was held at Paris Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a Saturday last in favor of building copy of our S pago Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with tho moit wonderful the new road from this place and startling proof over before known Judge Bush of this city delivered Address BLOOD BALM CO Feb lJ lm an address which was very favor- Â¬ Atlanta Ga For sale by W H AVERILL ably received and a committee Â¬ o wouldnt 1st it F Yes Thats the figure How much property do you pay tax on My list this year is 1st F about 2500 2d F Well Say the railroad tax should be even as high as 10 cents on the 100 and I dont be 2d F licve it will be over 5 cents that would only cost you 250 and the saving in the one item of coal alone between present prices and the rate we could get it for one year would pay your taxes for three years and I cant see why we should not give 250 to the road when we get back in that item alone 750 I believe IM1 swap that way all day long Now spread that argument out over the large number of things that we would get cheaper and What do you what is the result say now my good old friend Well now Jim I 1st F never thought of it in that way 1 guess Im about ready before to give 2 50 to save 750 These are the facts 2d F that brought mc round Im for the road Nine shares of Farmers Hank stock sold in Lexington Mon day for 118 per share father of Jacob Corbctt sr Col Thos H Corbctt of this city died at Blandville Ky his home on Wednesday last aged eighty three years consult with the Letter from this and the committees The following very aflectionate other counties along the line of effusion was found on the street the proposed road We give it verbatim ct last week We regret exceeding to learn of litciatim the death of Mrs Mary Knight November the 24th My only beloved Dear I esccs Harris wife of Gen Thos A pected to see you asunday but Harris late Assistant Secretary of was I badly disipointed My dear if you new how bad I wanted to State and granddaughter of the see you Sunday you would come late Henry Wingate Esq and Know dear the time will soon bee Mrs Penelope Wingate of this here for me to gow away again city Mrs Harris was an ele- Â¬ from home I cscespect to gow gant and refined lady and her away next Monday if life last in will be sincerely mourned health My own Preshious one death dont you know I have to dow for by a large circle of friends and My Self as Same as you do for relatives in this city youres and therefoure I have to Obituary gow amonday So my love I hate to gow away and not See you for Departed this life this morning il 1 dont See you now Dear I wont Mrs E Jane Coleman wife of W See you untile chresmas and it B Coleman in the 60th year of is just with you whearther I want her age of obstruction of the bowSee you then are not So now My els She had been a consistent Presluis Please come to see your member of the Christian Church darling this Sunday if you love for 45 or 46 years was the mother me 1 now you will come I want to of nine children who survive her kiss them sweets old lips oiice all of her numerous family of more before I leave home again chiHren and husband belonging to now my love Please come and love the same church She was a very me Some Say now will you come remarkable woman always dared I wish 1 could see my Sweet old Her pious example to do right Jim this day and kiss a hundred was inculcated in her numerous times write to mo just soon as you family and no woman ever battled get it let me now if you will come with life harder to raise her family this is wendsdy at noon your darl Â¬ right than she It will be left ing with love to My Dear with those that know them best to how well she did her part We are requested by Col Thos judge commanding the highest always Hunter County Superintendent respect of them all to the end of to announce that he is paying off life Ever kind to all in distress the District School Teachers as no one will be missed from this rapidly as they call upon him community more than she The one of its best pillars This will be good news to these church loses the husband a most devoted wife poorly paid servants of the people the children sustain an irreparable She had the pleasure of See loss Col John F Davis has been ing all her numerous family grow appointed Government Commis into woman and manhood before sioner of Agriculture for the she departed this life All were State of Kentucky vice Col C present at her death except Mr J Her fu Col M Coleman of Kansas Bowman removed E burial will take place at 60 per neral and Davis salary will be Minorsville church Wednesday Quite evening at two oclock month or 720 per annum Funeral a comfortable addition to the sermon by Elder H W Ford salary of the State Commissioner Gconictoiin Times The deceased was a former resiof Agriculture now held by him We congratulate Col Davis on tys dent of this county and a sister-in-laof Mr J C Coleman of this good luck while we feel sorry for citv Col Bowman A Model Love m appointed to entertained Miss Annie S CT3 XJ3E2Bu2T Wood Miss Morton Wood and several young ladies from Lexing Â¬ RESIDENCE FOR REITT ton yesterday in the most ap- T WILL RENT THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE I property of Dr iiliiekburii on Liynn itreet proved style fcouth 1ritikfort with Its lare Birden yard horse anil cow lotH stabk s iMiriujfe liuus itc We are glad Mr Guss Thomson II application ls made Oxford March 1st CHINN 1UVNK will remain in our neighborhood Feb lOtf another season Hes the boss corn grower MEETING Mr Lewis Todd is visiting in THEItE WILL ofHEtheA Peaks Mill OF THE 1 stockholders Turnpike Ciiiipuiy held it the ollLe of luUe It A f lmm the neighborhood with matrimo- Min In Frankfort 011 a iturdav March IM for nial intentions so the young ladies thy purpose of electing u Board of Directors for tho ensuing jetr Uy order of say ItOUKltf ClllRCH President Feb 19 St Mr Graham our neighbor has found gold quarts in paying quanBOARDERS WANTED tities on his land near Stedman LL DESIJHNfJ FIRST CLASS HOARD WILL town The forked stick did the rte l Hud It to their Interest to t tll at Mrs rmilt iiianN Boarding Iloue north St lair St work fort Ky iANME FULKMaN A niSL it Feb lU tf Mr Mike Sluscher has a wonderful rooster He has laid two sittings of eggs this year Where is Craddock T WILL SELL AT SALE ON SATUR D S7 to The saw mill of Mr Parker will 1 day Febru try 2U lLHLIC the highest b dder described property 1 cow mid be moved on the Henry farm the folloMiLspring wnjjon 1 rockawiy pums calf and horses I household furniture shortly The place is for sale and harness made knotwiand kitchen salt Any tic the 011 day of Terms if above property will be sold at private m to date can be bought at a bargain Feb lU lt MRS ElilA HVWKNS We are anxious for the railroad and are ready to vote the tax Dr Cox writes glowing letters from Kansas City He is practicTE HAVE THIS YEAR AN UNS1RPSEI ing medicine there stock of Fra t and Mrs Lute Thomson has another OHIWMKXTAL TREKS son weight 10 pounds Greenirnpo Vines Asparagus and wood Mr Lute Thomson will leave in a few days for Kansas Send for general Nursery and Strawberry Cata City with a view of locating We liute no agents but sell at lonest logues prices The fine bull dog Jerry the property of our constable died Direct to of pneumonia last week He HrHILLENMEYEB was the most valuable dog in the KV IEXIMiTON Feb 19 3ni county man Â¬ NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ public sale TREES TREES Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ the Planter o Elgin creamery butter forty cents per pound at J Heeneys A cottage of four rooms adjoining my residence on Holmes street P Sower Col House for Rent Â¬ Children FOR Â¬ Mussel man well known this city as a former member of the Legislature from Louisville died at his home in that city on Wednesday last Birch in the Geo M Bedford Esq noted Bourbon county short horn raiser died on Thursday last at his home in that county after a long illness of rheumatism Northern Early Rose Potatoes for sale at Mastin Bros The Maysville Masons have just completed one of the most ele gant temnles in the State It will be dedicated on next Tuesday by the Grand Commandery of Ken- Â¬ tucky Â¬ PITCHERS Centaur Liniment is the most Avonderiul Pain Carer the world has ever known ftU peiitim 01 OJliU niTl incxrii Jioixipntin Native Clover and Blue grass Mastin Bros seed sold by m 01 uonuiMiii lll huh not ji vij uauiv Saj joi smnora Jnoj nnu i riiMfi niiiiiivu uw - UU lUtfiuiflwaw tit mill ioVjuniuoiusuiuuw II Auuuuj uw u poqsff luoivd UTmoD ono tiH id I f 1 u UV advUiiUU Â¬ puvfuno u uo t VUUI1UOAU1 uMtilM 2iUMjaUIZU3 WUKilW n l nMunn Jcnluil ISAM Jill OH t 01 U01HUIUW T I lW l Â¬ Scottow the Broad way grocer advertises his stock Give him in our paper of to day a call and he will give you bar-Â¬ gains Mr VV VJjisniu iipum 1 ATOIMMAV paiMIl1 V l J piioAv 1 ii ipiVXVOIHHICV OltfllXXMIlS ootis jo to8Biuvip oqi siaoivd ti3A0 osiioa pup ill jo J0lvdU0U oin ut puv uoVii ua voMvi oin M jJMtli vtllllt jiu ooji uui St ojapv wauAvvjp JO iwpom 10 iiouvuiiums Joj oSititia oj eimmiMiNU l iuuj I aonou noil uo oduio uani oqj pun auMVJd DLU pun pjisaia uoW3Uoaa -- reran MII1P Champion and Thompson seed Mastin Bros sowers at Â¬ At the residence of the brides parents In this cltv on Wednesday etualng February 10 ls7 by HaV K A Penlck Mr K Skekmiuw and Miss Siuie DUVAIL daughter of Judge A Duvall MARR 112 O umqo ot pu3 i u ova bjvoawj muaivdhi ivui lJ ounuj jq oi jo MiWIU d oll -- uiioj U udioiol puu miS I u iaivu juj E1B uouijo uonvivilaju KBMflAiipSwKiJ puv -- Xdoo tiuu puu3ui earns pail JIOV Pn11 u Bitiotml piva plntinn M sop unii lln eu 111 ui ejuajuiw In this city on Thursday February 17 18S7 by ltev i V Hiigby Mr James M Tayluh and Miss ANNH T Hoiihintj Mmm iv Ll TstlLit V vUUlM- - v 1MV1 - i IP Jk MlC tf FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable mutter GEORGE A LEWIS BcLitoe aaa3 XTabliielier J B LEWIS Assistant Editor FEBRUARY 10 1887 FRANKFORT fcj 1 K fr 1 A EH When the Roundabout was first introduced to this commu nity nearly ten years ago it was a rather small affair but in September 1882 was enlarged to its present size owing to the increasing demand upon our advertising From time to time since space then we have been compelled to issue a large supplement or double number in order to work off the accumulation of matter We have determined with this issue to make it an eight page paper of its present size in order to give our advertisers proper weeks to friends in Louisville aisles space and to accommodate our St Cecelias mass was sung by Mr Scott Daniel and wife of reserving sufficorrespondents Procter Lee county are visiting a select choir composed of Misses relatives in this city cient room for editorial and local Annie Crutchcr Alma Scofield Mrs B F Meek and Mrs J M DEALING matter so it may be safely said Morris and Clara Stafford Fonee of Louisville are visiting Jennie that the prediction of the late Col Mrs Richard Church South Side and Messrs A Jud Graham G Hodges in speaking of A Mr Howard Jett and wife of Cyn Walker Peters James Newman tiiiaua spent Sunday in this city vis our infant efforts in the newspaper and Albert Heinl many of the iting relatives L line that the Roundabout would Thos J Stevenson of George Rev solos being beautifully rendered over some day grow to be an town has been visiting in It represents something yon like nnd appreciate It illustrates our method of do bridal party this city for several days relatives oclock the At We ing businesB has been fulfilled coat It moans SQUARE DEALING Dont you see arrived and entered the church in Col D L Sublett and family will have a large list of subscribers at HONEST VALUES remove to Chattanooga to reside This is what we PBBAOH the following order LATEST STYLES htbrim PRACTICE every post office in the county about the first of April FAIREST PRICES OUARANTEB Mr Mat Fahy and Miss Nora and their number has been Dr W H Hall left Monday for Brislan Mr M Hogarty and Georgia to visit his sister who is steadily increasing since the first OUR STOCK OF- Miss Suella Mahoney Mr Harry very ill ofler to our of January so we can Mr William B Allison formerly ODonnell and Miss Maggie NewHats merchants an advertising medium of this county but now of Richmond man Mr Chas Weitzel and Miss Virginia is visiting relatives in this unsurpassed by any other paper Mr Tom Newman county The Roundabout is read in Katie Murphy Miss Kittie Warren returned Sun and Miss Hannah Haly Mr Pat nearly every family in the county day from a visit of several months to Newman and Miss Belle Lynch relatives in St Louis and other for everybody likes it and everyfollowed by the bride and groom western eities Come we will treat you right Remember Square Dealing at body takes it Now is the time Mrs M J Shannon nee Miss Liz On reaching the altar the attend to advertise your spring stock of Versailles has re passed within the railing and zie Marshall after a short visit to turned home and this paper is the one in which ants formed themselves in a semi circle friends in this city to do so Mr Marshall J Allen and wife of the ladies on the left and gentlemen We would again urge upon our KELLEY Blnegrass Farm for Sale New York City are in the city Mr DR W bride and Allen is here to attend to business in regular correspondents the neces- on the right with the TN FRANKLTN COUNTY KY OF CINCINNATI OHIO MILES groom in the centre immediately connection with his firm Messrs 1 from Frankfort on Lexington turnpike 265 sity of sending in their letters Co W A Gaines WILL BE AT THE acres 160 acres In cultivation 103 acres In blue in front of the officiating minister grass by Thursday morning of each Miller of Boone which positions they maintained is Mrs Win her parents Mr county HOTEL DWELLlNfi IMPROVEMENTS containing 9 visiting A B week as we wish to give in each Hrlck and stone rooms and 4 cellars surrounded by large lawn IN FRANKFORT KY until the close of the ceremony Read and wife in this county She issue the news from every preset with forest trees and large shrubbery will leave OUTHOUSES Laborers quarters smokehouse when they left the church in to reside in a few days for Kansas SATURDAY FBBY 12 1887 stone dairy 2 stables 1 corn crib 2 large birns cinct in the county and we will carriage house poultry house and yard MARCH 12 1887 a reverse order and proceeded to Ice house Mr Frank S Stephens of Swan SATURDAY endeavor to keep our readers Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden the home of the groom where they sea Mass is in the city on business Ice pond stock lots well watered Fences princi posted upon all matters of local which he the firm pally stone and of partook of refreshments and the connected withMessrs Wof A Gaines Dr Kelly makes a specialty andcuring BLEEDING durable fencingplunk all land surrounded by very BLIND Soil rich and well adapted to is a member interest whether occurring in the cultivation of tobacco corn small gralus and all happy young couple left on the Co grasses Because of Its nccesslhllll the supply of city or county grass and 5 never falling springs of llmchtoie two oclock train for a trip to CinMiss Nellie Orbison left Wednes water this farm s admirably lttted and Improved In consideration of ourextreme System a cure guaran for either Mock or diilry farm or both combined for Louisville cinnati followed by the best day morning given by the to sing at By the Brlnkerholf every cuteand Piles Is A rare opportunity Is offered to any ona desiring of teed In Philhar the concert ly low subscription price we such a furm at a very reasonable price Terms wishes of a host of friends NO KNIFE IS USED one third easily balance l 2 8 and 4 cars notes monic Club of that city given at the shall in future expect our subto bear 0 per cent until paid Terms may be marl Masonic Temple Theatre on Wednes NO LIGATURE IS USED ed Title perfect The bride looked unusually day evening pply on the premises to the scribers to pay in advance and undersigned executor LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED M J DUDLLY beautiful in an elegant cream colNO CHLOROFORM IS USED any one failing to do so on being ored dress of velvet and grosgrain FOR REPRESENTATIVE notified of his indebtedness need FISTULA IN ANO silk with imported seed pearl We are authorlzeU to announce JAMES AN Is cured not be surprised if his paper is at front bridal vail and orange blos- DREW SCOTT us u candidate for Representative FISSURES once stopped from Franklin county subject to the action of the soms the costume being one of Democratic party Cured without cutting or tearing in this issue the handsomest ever seen in this We publish RECTAL ULCER another of those interesting letters city The bridesmaids were To the Interest of Farmers The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa tient does not call too late This Is the greatest from Mr John E Miles Near attired in cream colored tricotine secret enemy of mankind and a disease of which T HAVE FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS OF FIRST known before the BRINK the close of it he gives a few short white vails and natural 1 class northern white Seed Oats on my farm 4ij little or nothing was Many patients uro troubled miles north east ofFrankfort known as the St one EHHOFF discoveries occasional attack of diarrhea plain unvarnished facts bearing flowers while the gentlemen wore Fence farm Farmers In want of seed oats will with constipation or djspepsla Itching Increased headache save money by examining my oats before purchas lame backkidney and bladder trouble that are not ut night ing Price 40 cents per bushel upon our new railroad project dress suits of black cloth aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel JAMES A HOLT It Is now a well established fact that many dis Mr Miles is a large tax payer in The bride received a number of Feb 12 6t eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous Bystom uro either caused or this city and county and is as very handsome presents aggravated by the coexistence of PJLES FISTU THORN HILL POULTRY LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER vitally interested in our prosperity REFERENCES The Post Office was removed as anybodyin the county Those W J HUGHES Frankfort III H l wlS j t RICHARD FEIKJlSON Frunkfort L II MARSHALL PROPRIETOR who are hesitating about taking a Saturday evening to the new M WITUROW Lexington J Jltll Will Building and the R C Brown Leghorns S O White Lejr Dr Kelley can be found at his Cincinnati office stand in favor of the road would Government nwnsisBSTirSKnnSamnnsKk horns Buff Cochins Black Javns W F every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT URDAY do well to reflect on the facts room is so handsomely fitted up B Spanish Pamphlets desenmng diseases anu udand so very neat and comfortable EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST mode of treatment sen inese to uny one by in is free given dressing that the lobby has been constantly 200 Per sotting of 13 M D Rev Geo Darsie sends us this crowded with persons obtaining A few settings before March 1st at 1 W I KELLEY r per setting of 18 eggs 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 week another of his interesting let- their mail and looking at the Feb 12 2m B3P CONSULTATION FREE 18 COMPLETE LINE OF With Uro building ters from the Hub Dpc 26 ly Miles from the land of orange FOB SALE OB BENT Gents Furnishing Goods Mr E P Bryan our genial SOMEWHERE IN INST THE blossoms and Mr Darsie from ONFrankfort 10TII small pocket memorandum one It wv In Slock nnd all Kinds of The FRAME DWELLING CONTAINING NINE the ice Clad north the two ex and clever railroad agent has book containing 3100 sametinder will be amply at the Roundabout A rooms cistern smoke house and nccesBury rewarded by leaving the been tendered the appointment to olllce JOHN P JOHNSON outbuildings on St Clair street Apply to rendering the tremes meet Shirts Made Order Feb 12 lt FRANK CHINN Atty at Luw or a similar position in the L N LOGAN MoKEE 482 St Clair St Roundabout interesting to every Office at Birmingham Ala We body FOR SALE 0 RENT JL Jm glad to know that Ed has deare DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE EACH END LOT A on Cross street formerly by proierty of COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS AND KITCH MY HOUSE AND street IN SOUTH given by Owensboros street car line com- termined to remain with us and catedcontaining four rooms lot 75 the 112 feet lo FRANK on Ewlng Possession A en lot by 200 Hydrant andon Conway Mrs Frances Campbell Will sell either portion or street South Frankfort feet located good cis April 1st Also household and kitchen furniture menced operations on Wednesday let Birminghams boom take care as u whole piano and organ D L SUBLETT B8 GAYLE tern in the yard For terms apply ut this office 2t For terms apply to H It Williams last What has become of ours of itself Dec 18 tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pergonal JUriBlau Buckley One of the most beautiful wed Miss Lizzie Jolt of Richmond is dings which ever took place in visiting relatives in this city Miss Julia Cox luiH been quite siek this city was solemnised at the nt her home on St Clair street Church of the Good Shepherd Mr W J 1nrkur of Paris is vis Mr iting relatives in tins city on Thursday morning Thos J Frisian clerk in the Miss Mary Page is visiting Mrs J Wc would like to say a word to economical buyers about a large slock post office and Miss Lizzie Buck- Jr IaWIh In Louisville of hats wc have on hand and do not want to carry Miss Drue Church of this county ley for several years past the is visiting her sister Mrs M P Gray over We have filled one of our large Sol leading saleslady at Mr Miss Teresa ODonnell has returned Harris dry goods store were the homo from a visit to friends in Ver show windows with them sailles high contracting parties and were united according to the rites of Judge Joe McCarroll of Hopkins 2 viile was in the city Thursday at the Catholic Church by Rev tending the Court of Appeals Father L Young the nuptial Mr F M Htillomu left Tuesday night for Chattanooga on a business mass being celebrated for the first trip time in this city one hour and a We think this should sell every one in a weeks time Misses Katie and Sullie Swopp of half being required to complete Louisville are visiting Miss Katie The church was Green the ceremonies CRUTCHER Mrs W S Dehoney left Wednes filled to overflowing with the day morning for Eminence to visit BMain Street many friends of the popular young relatives couple the entire concourse reMiss Hattie Caslett of Chicago is maining patiently the whole time visiting Miss Kittie Warren South Side DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS though many ladies and gentlemen Miss Lottie Stanton left Wednes were compelled to stand in the day morning for a visit of several Â¬ HUTS HUTS HUTS Â¬ Â¬ Former Price 250 Reduced to 100 Â¬ k STAREL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 p -- Â¬ Boots suoes stationery Etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MUttailKfflMlijilfaftB R K MgGLURRS I 11 Â¬ CAPITAL Â¬ stone-line- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITCHING PILES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oT Em-lil- Â¬ - m m II -- Â¬ LOST Â¬ to Â¬ FOB SALE Â¬ Â¬ FOE S BO Â¬ TJti V- - V iilSihiv ftuCU f 1JW-5SF-Ji- -- A y Sifefcs 5 The distance from the post office to the depot is now so great FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 111 1887 that the railroad company will not deliver the mail to the office and The removal of the po3t office the carrying of the mail between to the Government Building has those points will be let by contract demonstrated one thing very A beautiful line of Swiss Hamclearly and that is that a crossing will have to be laid down across burg Torchon and Smyrna Lace Weitzel ODonnells the road leading to the wharf from at Wapping street and also one Waggoner 324 Mr A H across Wapping street immediately Broadway is the agent for the sale in front of the entrance to the post of French Villa Soap in this city office These improvements should Read the advertisement on our be made at once and the crossing eighth page of Wapping street at the interA fine line of Table Linen at section of St Clair raised FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ Syrup of Figs is a most agreeable and valuable latnily remedy as it is T WISH TO SELL MY RESIDENCE IN SOUTH 1 Frankfort only Because It too lare for easily taken by old and young and Tim house lias H rooms unit Iskitchen besidesmes is prompt and effective in curing lnr6 brick servants room brick coal house and Habitual Constipation and the tunny a large stable for both horses and cows A well of sulllolent for dozen families ills depending on a weak or inactive excellent waterwith little expense connection also can u cistern mid I Ivor mil be mailu with the City Water Works iiwlltwm iTtlio ktflimvu A bargain hail We have a beautiful new line of Dowels Jt acts gently strengthens ran beApplyInto this property Also some building lots tM0 orK i wnicii acts and Kid Gloves in all styles which MKS COL JOUETT awakens them to a healthy activity On tho premises - 1 or we win ns to uie nanu gtiuu guarsale oy 11 Rooms For Rknt Any one wishing to rent desirable rooms in one of the best neighborhoods in the city will do well to en II nt this office These rooms will be rented furnishep or unfurnished Tlie Delightful Liquid Lax- HUVCi it nnti Weitzel ODonnell 1111 Chapman Gaylk K The water rent for the next six The openly expressed fears on months is due on the first of the part of Frankfort that it is soon March to be nothing but a way station will elicit no sympathy from the The ladies of Versailles will give people of Anderson and part of a Conclave of Authors on the 22d Shelby who have so long been feeders to its shipping interest of this month For instead of showing liberality Wm Gordon was fined fifty dol- Â¬ to them till a comparatively relars in the Circuit Court Tuesday cent date it charged a toll on that for striking Frank Felieetti the bridge that was little less than robbery and there was never the Italian with a stone last August slightest disposition to assist in Mr J C OConnell of this building railroads on the part of county was robbed of 90 in Lex- Â¬ those so anxious for it now Anderson News Feby 17 ington Tuesday Not so fast Judge You are Mrs E A Coyle mother of just slightly mistaken The peoMrs A J Kendall of this city ple of Franklin county have just died at her home in Louisville on gotten well from under the galling Monday afternoon aged 78 years yoke of that bridge monopoly and they had to buy out at a good Skelton of round sum The very people who Messrs Wheat Tyrone have rented the old Cot- Â¬ now are opposed to the road are ton Factory Building on Wilkin- the gents who controlled that son street and will open a large monopoly Per contra the advo- Â¬ tobacco stemmery there in a short cates of the road were the prime tune movers and workers in buying out Â¬ Weitzel ODonnells Mr Lucien Williams has re- Â¬ moved his grocery from the corner 10 cents per dozen at Mrs of Third and Logan streets to the 8 Oranges J Botulinum h corner of Main and store room on Second street for- Ann streets merly occupied by Mr J W You can save money by buying Johnson your paint at Gray Churchs hard Â¬ Â¬ Empress Flour is the best and For sale at Scottows cheapest in the market FARM FOR SALE A Ing northeast of Frankfort FINE fARM LOCATED FOUR MILES Kentucky contain- - 105 ACRES of Rood land which can nil be cultivated The Improvements consist of a two and a half story frame house of twelve rooms and kitchen with large cellar iood well of water and cistern at the door Stables corn crib granary and blacksmith shop all new Will be sold 011 reasonable terms There Is a new tenement house containing four rooms on the place ware house Come in and see our cheap Try Baynes Empress flour at Scot neckwear in all colors and styles Weitzel ODonnell tows For particulars address Neural Rliuematism and Days Â¬ gia Cured in a The Indiana Chemical Co have discovered a compound which acts with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia We guarantee it to cure any and every case of acute Inflammatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ lief in chronic cases and effect a speedy cure On receipt of 30 cents in two cent stamps we will send to any address the prescription for this wonderful compound which can be filled by your home druggist tit small cost We take this means of giving our discovery to the public instead of put Â¬ ting it out as a patent medicine it being much less expensive We will gladly refund money if satisfaction is not given Paint brushes oil and glass at hard pan prices at the hardware house of Gray Church Or Inquire on the premises 8 MARTIN Frankfort Ky For Sale A- Â¬ See Gray Church on Main street before you contract to have your JEWEL ORIST AND HOMINY MILLS MA I chlnery all new only eleht house painted and they will save particulars apply toused MILAM -months For McKKE 318 Main street up stall you money Mack Salyers wishes to announce to the public that bis Premium Ba Â¬ is now ready and on the con market and sells at the lowest prices tf Â¬ Cleanliness next to Godli Â¬ ness Â¬ The Western Feather Renovating Company is now located in Frank Â¬ fort Ky No 132 Mero street pre Â¬ pared to renovate and cleanse old and new feathers These gentlemen The Indiana Chemical Co come to us well recommended They Crawfordsville Ind have the latest improved machinery Work is iruaranteed to trive satisfac- Three ties for fifty cents at tion Highest cash prices paid for feathers or work exchanged for feath Â¬ Weitzel ODonnells ers The sale of round trip tickets to N New Orleans over the L route to those wishing to see the Mardi Gras Carnival in that city commenced on Tuesday and will be closed to day The cost of the round trip ticket will only be 2165 and the ticket is good until the 28th to return on Â¬ The warehouse of Mr Ben T Farmer formerly of this county was destroyed by fire at Lawrence burg on Saturday together with 6000 bushels of wheat some oats and a lot of agricultural implements in it Mr Farmers loss is Â¬ 1500 over the amount of insurance he had upon the grain about Hampton has Rev W H accepted a call to take charge of a church in Ashland Ky and will leave for that place on the first of Mrs Mary A Hyde and March Miss Colie Drane will hereafter have charge of the Episcopal parish school taught by Mr Hampton Any one wishing hauling done promptly can be accommodated by J the bridge monopoly Fiat jus Make the calling on G W Mitchell on Holmes One hundred styles of pocket ticia uiat ccelum street or leaving the order at G C amende Judge knives to select from at Gray 4t Shaws flour store Churchs hardware merchants on The birds iiad a damp time on The freshest canned goods of all Main street Sign of big anvil Monday in which to select their kinds at Mrs S J Bohannans mates ler ozen for solid nickel Co have just silver tei spoons warrant Sam D Johnson Mr Felix Bosworth of Lexing- opened a large assortment of Arosine ed twenty years at GRAY CHURCHS ton is here engaged in removing Ribbosine Chinile and Etchings castings the machinery c Silks and Cottons in all shades Foil Sale Two from the old Cotton Factory pre- Â¬ Felts China Silks Scrims Canvas Jacks for sale cheap Apply to Fancy Cords c G W Hancock 3t paratory to its use as a Tobacco wishing their gardens Persons Stemmery by Messrs Wheat For Sale I offer my entire stock plowed up for spring planting would of china and glassware at first cost Skelton of Tyrone do well to see G W Mitchell or 4t Tiros Rodman at Geo C Shaws Mr Alexander Stafford father leave the order Foil Rent A house of seven 4t flour store of Mr Jos R Stafford of Belle rooms second door below Washing Â¬ Call and examine Mrs S J Bo Â¬ ton on Broadway Apply to R M point died at his home in Louistine new stock of fancy gro- Â¬ Aldridge tf ville on Saturday aged eighty hannans ceries Farmers having real good butcher two y ears on hand which they wish agents for stuffreceive the highest market to sell sole Mastin Bros prices will by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main The man that couldnt tell the dif Olliver Chilled Plow and repairs fl4 tf street ference between a mules ears and a Come one come all and exam lemon can plainly see the advantage Bucklens Arnica Salve new store next to engine of buying his boots and shoes at ine our The Best Salve in the world for Mastin Bhos MeClures after examining their goods house Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt The finest and freshest fruits at Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped and hearing titeir prices at lowest prices at Mrs S J Bohan Â¬ Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptions and positively cures Persons contemplating purchasing a nans Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ piano or organ will find it to their interest Blue grass clover tim- Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Seeds Co to visit the office of D II Baldwin money refunded Price 25 cents per Main street Frankfort Ky where othy oats and hemp seed at Mastin box 345 For sale by Joe LeCompte Â¬ Foreman W D Ames Wm McBride and L Reeves Authorized Agents J N Leedy inimcn The most wonderful Pain Curer the world has ever known Your money will be returned if not found as represented Vlv 1 Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria three-year-o- ld F C BXJGEES Opposite Farmers Bank REPRESENTING General Insurance Agent Oftlee on Main St jr IS Leading Americas and Foreign Company WITH OVEU Â¬ Steamship Prepaid Ticket sold from any point AprlT ly in ireat urlttuln or Ireland TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- 1 erty at lowest rates Agent Anchor Line of 10000000000 ASSETS Choic Coal ALL family use KINDS Cheap DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery Full Weight Bottom Prices Telephone connection No 36 GEO B MACEZLIXT Dec8f -- they will find the following leading makes Howorths 2 Dans Company of pianos and organs Sons Haines Decker Bros Steinway Last night Howorths Hihernica Com Â¬ C Fischer and other pianos pany appeared for the third time in the Bros J The play for the evening Estey Hamilton Shanneger organs opera house was The Two Duis or the Comedy of Prices reasonable and terms to suit the Blunders a humorous comedy suggested Shakespeares Comedy of Errors The purchasers All instruments warranted and ly two Dans are twin brothers and are sepa satisfaction guaranteed it rated from childhood They are engaged ly different members of an American We are prepared to show our tourist party as servants and although they do not meet until the conclusion of gentlemen customers the Gold the play yet they nre continually taken for and Silver Shirt at seventy five each other by their respective masters and One of the best lie sweethearts ludicrous mistakes cents and 1 00 laughable complications and amusing inci Weitzel ODonnell dents and episodes with which the play made abounds render it most interesting Be tween the scenes of the play a grand A Good Show panoramic view of Ireland is exhibited Knlers Opera House was crowded to its The storm scene on the ocean with the utmost capacity on Saturday evening by a lightning Hashing the thunder rolling and delighted audience who had gathered to the good ship Hrittania tossiiig on the witness the performance of Howorths waves is particularly worthy of mention Grand Hihernica Comedy and Specialty The sunset and the moonlight scenes on Company one of the jolliest shows on the the Lakes of Killarncy was really beauti road Good acting and beautiful scenery ful and they called forth well deserved were the prevailing features The large bursts of applause Another scene of great audience for two hours and a half was merit was a view of St Patricks Cathedral thoroughly well pleased at the display of Dublin by night with the old time illu- wit fun and merriment Mr Howorth has mination and the priests chanting the Christ gained 1 reputation in this place which will The company will appear in lie the means of filling the house every inas anthem Frolics of Tourists in Ireland to night Makanov Pa Niwvm time he aunears Press Jiuilington Oct 16 ber 14 1885 Opera House Saturday Feb 19 Opera House Saturday Feb 19 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bros FRANKFORT KY Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg says Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years my doctors told me 1 would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated I used instead three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve and my leg is now sound and well vP i f II IKKJfKtMIA Electric Bitters are sold at fifty VII 11 la Ul HIIH J giuLtiieniii nic Â¬ lilllWS cents a bottle and Bucklens Arnica est prices at Mrs S J Bohannans Salve at 25c per box by Jos Le Â¬ corner Main and Ann streets 5 Compte only by flie Califor- Â¬ Co San Francisco is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ Cal tive It is the most easily taken tincl the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure indigestion habitual constipation etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 Gayle bottles by Chapman Syrup of Figs An End to Bone Scraping 111 nia Fig Svrup Manufactured WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OK Franklin and the udjolnlnc counties and will also Klve special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Otllce opposite Real Estate Agent June 25 A - 1 ly SCOTT J AS ASUltEW JAd A VIOLKIT Bananas oranges Mrs S lemons Ac nt When B4by iru tick we frve her CMtorla When she wm a Child ibe cried for Ciutorim When she uocarae Miss she clung to Castor Whan aha had Children aha gave than Caster SCOTT VI0LETT point J Bohannans Fon uent A store room 15 in Belle Apply to II C Nlcol cents a dozen at Mrs S FRANKFORT KKNTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IK WILL and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs over Judge P U Majors office Jan 2J tf Lemons Â¬ J Bohannans corner Main and Ann streets Tho finest Havana cigars for five cents at Mrs S DR J If you want a good juicy steak sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack OFFICE S COLLINS Flour tows Salyers store No 223 Main street 105 per hundred at Scot opposite Dr Duvalls residence fl4 tf J Bohannans MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pulu by th use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas umrIflMt DENTIST 0 MC - V rff- - wi MK iV 1J I T f ktW irBTYT t t j wBt2iv rTr j rataru is aajtii jbijm jnuuf mmj ju J uw mmmwmi uittuaiuiiiJiaiuithiuwwMMiiutj Educational The regular monthly nieotinjr of the VimkHn Comity JVkIhm As n ii mot on last Saturday in the oflkv of tin1 Adjutant General in the State Capitol The meeting was called to order at by President Thomas 10 oclock Hunter who delivered an elaborate midribs on the importance and object of the meeting Jaines of the Educational Capt Com ant opened the meeting by an nddiv u on English Grammar Prof lames Lost of IJridgeport High School elucidated his system of teaching English Grammar in masterly style Ml Thomas H Ford delivered one of his brightest orations on the eclec Â¬ tic system of teaching English gram Â¬ i i of Prof Eil Porter Thompson HurrNbuig Owen county candidate for tflite Superintendent of Public Instruction illustrated the meaning of grimmar so clearly that all present could distinctly understand It Col Hubert D Allen President of Kentucky Military Institute was next called on by the President The Colonel arose and delivered an address on grammar so profound so dear and so vivid that the dullest member present could clearly under Â¬ stand it Prof Thompson arose and made some very happy critical remarks on the Colonels logical reasoning which made every member feel at home Attorney James IJarrod of Shel Â¬ by was next introduced Mr Har school rod explained the common teacher in his usual brilliant style not leaving a stone unturned xMlen closed the meeting Col 15 by a brief electric finis on the object of the meeting The session was then adjourned to meet on the fourth Saturday in Feb ruary Tnos Ilrvrnu 1 Â¬ mar JlUCJII TllACV SS F C tievrdurt B The meeting at Lexington on the 22d will be held in the CourtLet the Franklin county house delegation be the largest one in Â¬ al tendance The Franklin County Teachers Association meets next Saturday the 26th at the usual time and place PROGRAMME Brow der and Parrent 3d Essay Miss Annie Innes 4th Lesson in grammar Prof Secrest 5th Male vs female teachers 1st Opening exercises 2d Vocal music Profs T Hunter Closing remarks Maggie Downev Ruth Roiunsox Belle DeLime Committee Forks of Elkliorn Miss Annie Thompson of Sted manville is quite sick Mr Jack Crane is quite sick with neuralgia Mr S P Bishop sold his place Shortrig last week to Mrs for 1000 Mrs S A Young and grand son Vernon are visiting Mrs J V Crane Born On Feb 14th to the wife of Mr L P Thompson a son Forest Greenwood Bro Williams will preach here to morrow evening at the school house at half past six New firm in the village Holton Smith successors to Curry Smith blacksmithing Mr Waller H Lewis attended Messrs Brassfield and Letchers stock sale at Lexington this week Â¬ Mrs A M Sullivan of Georgetown is visiting her daughter Mrs L P Thompson at Sted manvillc Mrs Win Pryor and her sister Miss Josie Jones spent last Sarah Mrs Wednesday with Feathcrston and daughter Mr Joel Head of Monterey Owen county has been visiting relatives in this section Mrs Jane Coleman wife of Mr Bird Coleman died at Minorsville Scott county last Tuesday morn Her remains were interred ing at the church yard cemetery last Â¬ Wednesday Sk The following is an extract from a Board of Trade at combination sale of Messrs letter received by Councilman Wat the Misses Ida Steele and Fannie son from a former Frankfort boy now niKKCTOUV M BKTINO Noel have been visiting Mrs Brassfield Co in Lexington the residing in Indianapolis who has At a meeting of the Hoard of fpllowing trotting stock Agnes Waitc just made a business trip through a Directors held on Saturday Feb Lady Mambrino brown marc portion of his State where the utility 2th the followi ig standing com Hawkins sold his hogs Maj foaled 1882 by Mambrino Star of natural gas has been thoroughly mittees were appointed last week at 4 cents demonstrated Our new Board of Uichmd Mor- Â¬ Tiansportathm Mr and Mrs Jack Long and dam Lndy Knox by Gen Knox Trade might do well togive this mat Â¬ K ris Chairman Rogers Ed Mrs Arnold visited Mr and Mrs for 550 ter some attention Power Geo F Berry Chas E Monotono brown filly foaled Job Smith Tuesday INDIANAPOLIS IND Feb 8 87 HafT Miss Lena Schwcibold who has 1S82 by Dictator dam 13rise by IT JL UatMoin E I Statistics Dkar sin Being the other day at L Information an been visiting relatives in the Sentinel for 800 F C Samuel Chairman Pendleton Indiana which is only 120 neighborhood has returned home Jim Burnam bay colt foaled miles from Muneie 1 found all the Hughes H H Watson Dennis J111 P James Harp says there is to be JTune iSSs bv Red Wilkin dim Imvu l had struckVlr Saturday gas iJf naiy u v umasey ueo v 1 1 it Mluncle City Maud by Clark Chief for 600 pounds pressure a wedding soon in Woodland m Noblesvilh got it t tfi i uir iuues iasl Monday and yet they only began Miss Annie Innes has returned He also sold at the same time I J W man Jos Saten bore about Christina home after a short visit to friends and place his fine young trotter to This eutiie country is wild over it Pruett Pat McDonald J Swigerc in this vicinity Old Crow chestnut colt foaled Mr John M Arthur told me of Find- - JTavlor layOhlo which only had a popula- n L l ayne Some young folks expected to 1S85 by Onward dam Meta by lion of VKI0 this time last year now hblt aUou Wiciclilfe Cnapman Chairman have a dance near here on Wed IN population is and Idol Patchen to Mr George double itself again 10000year it will this nesday night but made a comJas lleeney Oscar Ilerancourt Sharp Cincinnati O for 1085 I learn that o0 acres jtHt outside of plete failure h Nicols the town has just been sold forIO000 Ahvuiftutiutug tUil B S S says there is more Sales of Trotting Stock Is Mr McArtimrsays theusual charge provcmcnts L ence Chair- twenty live cents per store per money in blackberries than in cat To show something of the demand month For instance use gas in your man wikehelcl Jiaieiy J ii tie for trotting stock we note that Col cook stove and it will cost twenty A F Crcighton E H Tavlor Mr John Bryan paid Mr John B P Pepper of the South Elkhorn live cents per month only l per no A tr0t h A Wallace sr a visit on Saturday Stock Farm has made the following year or what itone cord of wood would Buckley Chair nan K K Mc cost or use in your dining room important sales evening last stoveor grate at twenty live centsiKr Clure M P Grav W P llud- Bulletin bay colt 5 years by On Â¬ month or of say Lewis Kring is thrice happy ward dam Mistress by Hamlins Al- Â¬ six months tenlortothe winter cents a son L Man an V H Averill twenty although he has not named his mond to Frank S Stivers Tecumseh inav jut iiuiir is worn is IliiiiHi u mr jj yy Lj1KjSLv Additions will lie made here Â¬ steam boilers boy yet 2000 Aragon bay colt 3 Mich Mr McArtimrsays their mill runs after as the association increases Captain Milton Arnold is on years by Madrid dam Mistress by on SI per day and that ilfteen gas in number the grand jury this week Hamlins Alniont to J Betwell posts illuminate the town 1 enclose circular from Kokomo Indiana set- An old darkey has been dNeovered Squire Sullivan gave a pound Tecumseh Mich 1000 Barbelona ling forth the advantages and the rtow lu SoMth Uimliua who has party on Tuesday night and all hay colt 3 years by Madrid dam benefits ot natural gas to a town Ifiniu d thai li- ihad Uron a lice Extract by Woodford Abdullah to A The old gas well on jorry Uris J had a nice time excepting one for twenty two years without Rightmeyer Saguerties N Y terms bins corner rose in my mind and I knowing it It avm-Uliat We have been informed that private Pluttis bay colt 4 years by had Frankfort with a full gas well hs master If you want to pull Frankfort out kept hi in igmrUKeof the fact and so desti Â¬ Onward daniFlushingGirl byScotts there are some persons fis tute of all manly principle in or- Thomas to James G Ladd Beatrice armony His der to save a few dimes with Xeb Council at once If there are n JIw namo is Cilvip 2000 bay yearling colt by up and made which to buy whisky ride around Madrid lam Dream by Administra Â¬ vested rights to prevent it sink a gas brother hunted hi the toll gate to keep from paying tor to James G Ladd 1000 Adven Â¬ well and before May Frankfort will- known to him the flad news Truth uu 011 ii i slrins or than toll Any one who would do turess bay lilly 2 years by Pre Â¬ road or uijiiiii umi uouoie ih ibwi ran- KnmotIm no railroad this should be taken away to the tender dam by Woodford Abdullah is thus fiction The usual charge for boring O wild woods where the human to John B Ross Madison Ind 1200 feet for 1800 below that 2 per J0 foot Get the Council to allow SI 800 Mr A H Bacon of Peaks Mill voice is never heard civilization bay yearling illly by Margin dam In county has a ho who lias been at work day has never shed her rays of light genue by Egbert to John B Itoss and get a man reiuemberall and night this about the discovered as i milk thief it ap Â¬ Youdoubtless and where nothing dwells save 100 gas well being tilled up by the ciiy proaches the cow and establishing when gas warf struck several yeais the wild beasts the owls and the itself so as not to v reached by the since for so- Â¬ Man was created reptiles Monday evening Feb 21st cows heels proceeds to suck her ciety and he who wont btar any and during the week is the an- Â¬ As an illustration that insur- Â¬ dry Mr Bacon has hil to keep the of its burdens should have none nouncement for the appearance of ance in the Mutual Life of New hog penned up in order to save the of its blessings Miss Nel- Â¬ ork does pay we give a single milk The Little Diamond Woodlake lie Free and her excellent compa- Â¬ illustration in our own town Louisville Tobaccn Iflaret The Young Mens Social Club ny at the Opera House of which Jas G Dudley took out a 5000 FUKNIHHUD 1JV aiOVVll ft DUKIU TT lBO- lllIBTOltrt IOUJB IMriTOJlYCCO VAlin- Globc Rcpnblic policy in 1865 on the ten year of our village gave the first hop the Springfield IIOUHK ever enjoyed in our midst on last speaks as follows life plan annual premium 250 Slleg on our uijrkot for tho week just Friday night at Wingates Hall Miss Nellie Free who appeared This policy became paid up closed amount to 27K1 hltlriY ith receipts The surroundings were all favor- Â¬ at the Opera House the week of His widow received for tho sumo peiiod of J2VS lihds Sales able and the event will long be re- Â¬ the fair supported by her own up in 1875 on tho market niuco Iiinuuvy lt amount membered to the credit of the dramatic company began an en5013 at his death The divi- Â¬ to 11I1C I lliltli protiacted tunsoiiB re Club Wolf frosts Lexington gagement at the Grand Opera dends paid upon this policy up Owing to thoImvo been larger for the ceipts the sales Band furnished the music and House last evening 113693 past week a fjooil portion of hich have The house to his death were the light fantastic was indulged was soon filled and at 8 oclock making the actual cost 136307 been in a very soft condition nid prices have been incgularjy easier for this cliw in until the small hours of the the sign standing room only Prices The following are the was hung before the door Miss The family received 364903 in gradts have been bettor for all colory morning been Common li h paid more favorable to sellers lias also good young ladies who were present Frees entrance was greeted with excess of all premiums while all viz Fannie Moore Fannie Gano an outburst of applause showing Can any investment equal this useful burleys have been taken nt full been prices Oldbuilejs Sadie Stanhope Annie Woods how great a favorite she has ahead Call on S C Bull agent and get a easier except for hnvosorts somewlint Uelow wo o Laura Bratton Lizzie Laughlin made herself by her earnest study policy in the Mutual Life of New give quotations for new burley Annie Field Mamie Steele Flor and hard work-- she having risen 1715 to 22 Dark Trash -- To to Vm rie Crutcher Janie Edwards from the bottom of the ladder to York Some of the best business Colory Trash 00 Mamie Bradley Lutie Lee Annie the eminent position she now men in our city such as Gen D Common Lugs not colory 400 to 400 UK to Colory Lugs and Mary Pumell Natalie and holds The performance was an W Lindsey W H Averill and Common Leaf not colory 400 to fiO fi COO to Mary Campbell Sawyier Birdell exceedingly smooth one and from others have been in this company Good Leaf lo OO to 1475 fine Leaf Bedford Mollie Freeman Addie the rising of the curtain to the fall None Ask them about their Select Wruppery Tobacco Taylor and Blanche Milligan rep- the audience seemed to be held for years before you take out one resenting all the near towns vil- spell bound by that magnetism policies lages and neighborhood adjacent which Mis Free seemed to have n Efficient Remedy The lumber business of Mr J Of the young men it is not neces- over her hearers She has surThey rounded herself with a good com- M Wakefield and Messrs Wake- Â¬ In all cases of Bronchial and PulmoÂ¬ sary to give their names is West has been consolidated nary Airections itA vitas Cuiuitv were there for pleasure and recre- Â¬ pany and we predict for her as field recognized liuionr by As such is profession ami tho medical ation and they obtained what successful a season as was ever under the firm name of Wakefield prescribed thousands of families for ami In many the past forty they came for West and Mr A B Hammond Invaluable yearsit lias been regarded ais an made bya new star Houses dur household remedy It a The Misses Bradley Lee and ing the week should be packed as has been made chief book keeper preparation that only requires to be taken In very small quantities and ufcYvriovcs Purnell and Mr Clarence Bradley 10 and 20 cents is in the reach of for the firm of it administered in the early Mugcs of M all and the elegant silver souvenirs cold or cough will i Hcet a peetly cure are visiting at Mr Jas and may very po dbIy save life There exhibition in the Opera House on Woods Mr W T Runyan has rented is no doubt whatever that Misses Mary Campbell and are the finest we have ever seen Judge Hords farm one mile and Cherry Pectoral All should turn out and greet a half from the city and has re- Â¬ Ayers Natalie Sawyier spent several days great numbers Has preserved tho last week visiting at Mayor Win this popular company as in other moved to it He will run a of persons by arrestliYesof development of ing the gates turn- market garden the coming sum- Â¬ Laryngitis IJioncbltis Pneumonia cities they have played in ami Pulmonary Consumption and bv W B Allison a former ing the people away every night mer Mr the cure of those dangerous iiuilmllcs lt should ho kept ready lor use In every citizen of this neighborhood but has been the order They also family where there are children as it is a now of Richmond Va is here on A Cbnnro for Health medicine far superior to all others in the give us a change each evening treatment of GVoiip the alleviation of Is afforded those fast BtnkiiiK into u condition a visit to his uncle Mr J M AVhoopliigCoiigh and tliecureof Colds Monday evening they will render of hopeless dobillty The meuns nrcut hund Woods and Inlliienza ailments peculiarly Inci Â¬ In the form of a gonial medicinal cordial dental to childhood and youth Prompti- Â¬ Phoenix Ilostottora Stomach Illttera embodies the tude in dealing with all diseases of this Several of our horsemen attendcombined qunlltiea of a blood fertilizer and class is of the utmost importance Tho Co at ed the sale of Brassfield loss of u single day may in many cases By an order from the higher ec- Â¬ depurent ntonioaud an alterative While it and Do not waste entail fatal consequences promotes digestion and assimilation Lexington this week clesiastical authorities directed to stimulates arjjietlto 1ms the further effect ot precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful etllcacy while tho Mr W B Harper was a visi- Â¬ Rev Father Young hereafter all purifying the llfo currout and fctroiigthenlng malady is constantly gaining a deeper nervous system As tho blood grows tho tor at Mr Ike Wingates lately hold but take at once the speediest and in the Catholic Church resort marriages richer and purer by Its uso they who most certain to cure to this sterling medicinal agent acquire not H R Williams will erect will be attended by a nuptial high only vigor but bodily substance A health Mr Ayers Cherry Pectoral by It Becretlons FIlKPAUKO IIY two cottages on his lot at the mass and the contracting parties ful chaugo In the rnd inpid Is effected decay C physical and that suro chronic Pr J O Ayor Co Lowell Mas for the which a system obstruction of the functions corner of Cross and Main streets will be called upon to fast The or tliu produce is arrested Sold by all Druggists prime causes of disease being removed health preceding twenty four hours as soon as spring opens Vspocdlly renovated uud vigor restored Col Hiram Berry purchased Â¬ Â¬ I ISloomingtoii ffj A -- r K Â¬ Â¬ I r -- 1 t l0 J -- - I -- I Â¬ S SriumSlMhoS 11 -- IB Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A OiKS V tuiJ V awsjfeHjf v jsiXM-ii-Xfcfe- i K iniy V iK ijLMiii P 1iWPCTgsgW55gUIUiWBJU JilHjLITJlBtaigewrgagW f r ft v etwtfAMtotftytnawatt8aaftag jBiiMiiiijiiajjiiijijLijMLMjiiuiMwuwpmMiwawiiiwLiLiu m s e 0V t For An Album Of course this done by having them thorough 1Vll U 188 lKTONr lly N S C ly frozen But in the matter of Roundabout tliiin these tcu roses could It lias been several weeks since 1 baked beans fish balls and Boston What ptiiv l lio sorter p ujisiif oiir alljimidear To twoen tlio brown bread the New England Hfc iiiiso tlic tciidertHt of all memories roimsiH Duties crowd and la l wrot I press upon mr and I cannot cooks ccrtiinly do excel and Amidst rtlio friarmt bloom tnit lildo here uitlful in memories always write to you when 1 would while these things will not enamour What tiil so patm of childhood Klnloldenours us from or entice you greatly at first you Alleetlondduy friendship lose lllcts sunbeams golden 1 see you are Hut like to Lie hidden In the paUN of these llmveiM favored with a new and Very live will soon grow to like them lnlr Immortelle to bloom for theo more brightly I ill i ly uotu where peace reposes ly correspondent from the other They are the regulation and uni Andnun ojt tut pcrftiiiij too shall greet thee wondrous versal bill of fare every Sunday nightly cud of the line in the person of If you do not enjoy From theso heart blossoms your album our mutual fuend Jno K Miles morning roses them you can have the pleasure January 21th 1887 Tell him for me that I think his letters rival his flour and if he of eating dinner and breakfast at The following notice of the ap But dont let me for- keeps on the day may come one meal the pies and doughnuts pearance of Miss Nelliu B Orbison when the reputation of his J E jct Will M be completely over Â¬ These are staples all over this of this city in the Philharmonic shadowed by his reputation as a region and you may count on Concert at Louisville on Thurs fellow While Mr them with the same certainty that day night last we clip from the literary Miles gives the balmy you would on the fauna and flora Couria Journal of yesterday you The truth is not at all strained breezes of Florida laden with the A great deal of interest was felt when New England is styled the fragrance of orange blossoms and region of perpetual pie but the in the appearance of Miss Nellie B magnolias I will even the thing up b pouting in upon you the whole truth and nothing but the Orbison of Frankfort who sang a truth is told only when you include recitative and the prayer from livnerborcan blasts of snow-coMiss Orbison the festive doughnut also But Der Freischutz ered and ice bound New England has a charming presence and was enough on this line We have hardly had a glimpse of She has a pure Boston is the paradise of lectures warmly received the bare brown earth since we Â¬ and sweet soprano voice of good Un every conceivAnd as for ice the rivers and lecturers came guests to entertain and that bhe able subject in every conceivable range It is scarcely dramatic arc frozen up so hard that in the Mr Western Thomas gave an neat that she could wear a crown wju b wlinU recent tv rrible railroad accident in place in every conceivable way enough tor the music of Der elegant entertainment to his young week ging through her kitchen and Vermont the falling of four great we have lectures by the hundreds Freischutz but Miss Orbison sang iiimiurj ki an me omer places in tho A routino of domestic management and coaches upon the ice in White I dont pretend to keep up with with such intelligence and grace as friends on Thursday evening But the disposition of the to gain her a storm of applause sumptuous repast was spread tho jnvn at the end of the week would river from a height of more than them retain its hnow liko whiteness Le un fifty feet failed to break it in people to attend is the astonishing Her voice is very flexible and the and after partaking of which the sullied by even a single speck and Sho was a hard worker No doubt the severity of the cli thing You know in old Frank- Â¬ tremulousness of her prolonged 3oung people tripped the light Gcorgo Washington ioso from hh bed during a mate has much to do in putting fort if Demosthenes were to come notes was possibly due to the fantastic until a late hour part of the year at 4 oclock and Martha energy and push into the people from the dead and advertise a lec- novelty of her position and the wai always up at daybreak She waa a ture in the Opera House perhaps natural nervousness that comes Hut much as 1 admire the head great knitter and while bitting tho knit tJic Colored Citi ting needles were sol lorn out of her long activity of the down east a dozen people would turn out to from singing for the first time be Anion zens is one great differ- Â¬ fore a house full of strangers Miss hear him hands It She had an army of bervanla Yankee and much as I appreciate under her and sho looke I is one ence beween the people of the two Orbisons voice however iCr n o h u the independence with which he every detail of tho household affair which would be vastly improved regions battles his way through the world n bunch of kovs hang Miss Laura Higgins a wealthy going aoqut with The The Joseph Cook Monday Noon in quality and volume by training I could wish that these desirable ing at her side extent of the Mount Vernon household may be imagine by traits were not counterbalanced by Course at Tremont Temple has under a good master and is already lady of Cincinnati Ohio inter tho fact that at limes tho butter of 0110 The subject of his fine enough to repay her for any ested in all charities and the prothe comparative absence of the just begun hundred eight lectures in this his twelfth labor spent in its perfection Such motion ol Christianity sent to Miss its le cowj waj not enough to smnlr open heartedness suavity and tal is Waste of a voice and so much intelligence M T Roxborough three dozen Martha Washington was fond of gar which so strikingly distinguish the annual course four dozen denin and blio liked tn wwlr in i good people of the West and Opportunity the Chief Peril of the in reading and phrasing are very New Testaments L iiurcii livery lecture is pre rare As an encore Miss Orbison Tracts three dozen Prayer Books garden herself She was a good mother South I do not wish to be cen- Â¬ Morn and stories of the Bible to be do- and she u baid to have been a woman of sorious or ill natured but so far ceded by a prelude on some living sang a pretty love song deep religious Sho was nated to the Hume Mission Socie- somewhat of a convictions in regard match maker as I have seen the ways of people topic of the times and it is not too ing Star that Shinest Upon Her Also promises to aid us in to her children and sho possessed in in this section of the country much to say that the prelude Its simpler numbers were better ty usually exceeds the lecture in adapted to her powers and she any other way we may need help short most of the trIts that aro common there are some things which I to tho mothcrj and tho wives of to Joseph Cook is a man sang it charmingly She received to carry on the mission work If If here and theio in hor chnmntorday consider decidedly objectionable interest There may be other cities where of immense size weighing prob- numerous handsome bouquets and we could get such encouragement find some weakness to laugh at wo must and help here at home our work remember tut upon the whole there U ladies arc allowed to stand in a ably 250 pounds standing full baskets of flowers six feet four and is about fifty Miss Nellie bids fair to rival if would do much better than it is much in it to admire She was a good street car if they enter after all woman a good wife and a good mother years old He has an enormous not excel our own cantatrice her now doing the seats arc taken but this is the and General Washington never thought first I have yet seen There may voice but it lacks flexibility and charming mother Mrs Alice B The meeting at the Independent that bhe was anything elso but tho best woman in tho world Frank G Car Â¬ be other cities where gentlemen sweetness and his gestures are of Orbison We can pay her no Baptist Church is doing great penter in Tho Cosmopolitan the most awkward type In fact so called will crowd a lady off a good 14 additions and one hun But higher compliment side walk when there is on it no he is simply no orator at all dred at the anxious seat for prayer Mind Ileal ns nnd 3Ilnd ltciidln room to pas but I never saw he is a thinker and his lecturd A physician in evtensivo practice was The house is too small to accomI he most unAn investigating committee of modate the crowd lately asked What proportion should such a thing before coming here are lull ot meat pleasant feature about them is the Indiana Legislature has just stand out of doors others Members you say of thoso peoplo who send a Ladies arc elbowed and jostled go away He has been made a report as to the manage- Â¬ Rev G H Burks pastor of St ecrvant flying to your olHco with Como in going in or out of a crowded their dogmatism rigu nwayr or make tho telephono hall in a matter-of-cours- e way aptly described as a man com- ment of the Southern Indiana Johns A M E Church is help jingle wIJi Come as quick as vou can which shows better than anything prehending all the secrets of heaven State Prison in which facts are ing Rev R H C Mitchell Rev aro suffering chiefly from fear and imagiAnd he talks verv Stroking his beaul the learned else how well grounded the cus and earth S Howard of Louisville is also nationmedicine replied Well I might bafclj much as though he does Never given that tend to show that here helping to carry on tom is The result to be expect- Â¬ the gocd put it at two thirds When I arrive theless he has done some good Warden Howard has been running work ed has come to pass that ladies tho moro announcement that it is nothing service to the cause of religion that institution in serious allays the fear Whilo I am arc as often skillful jostlers a way that We promised to say a writing and as the men themselves People and will probably do a great deal rivaled the Kentucky prison in two more about saloons word or pleasantly tho prescription frmmv chatting iw iocon somo other If there more Let us admire his great here dont seem to have time for years past under the lessee system is any thing that will briny the stago of convalescence has been nearly the ordinary courtesies of life The intellect his extensive learning reached and when I say in an assuring curse of God on our cities and tone Tako this you rapid rushing pace at which every- and his large usefulness in the bo all Twenty pounds New Orleans nation it is the grog shop where in the morning and casowillsettled light tho u thing and everybody crocs makes cause of truth and righteousness In We are well and send kind sugar 100 seventeen pounds men and boys learn to profane the this connection the doctor was asked those little polite attentions which what ho thought of tho mind cure Sabbath day pretty much everywhere else one remembrances to all our friends Extra C sugar ioo fifteen are brought to and where women which i3 now making 6iich a furore stranger shows another inconve- Our hearts go back to dear old pounds granulated sugar 100 at children trained toprostitution and Medically speaking ho replied it i3 theft Six davs a humbuir but with nntiVnf ivin nient and practically out of the Frankfort with unabated fond- J Heeneys shalt thou labor and do all thy posed sickness 13 all in tho mind it may ness question People in Boston never work To this tho respondent sum work saith the Lord of Hosts We welcome the weekly visits Co have a Sam D Johnson stay till a performance of any pubmonejdtho courago to ask Well doc- Â¬ We are still waiting to hear tor if your estimate of tho number of lic kind is over At about the of the Roundabout as we would most attractive stock of French from the City Council about the laekadaWes and hypochondriacs in tho two thirds point the stragglcts be- the letter of a dear friend satines of superior quality and Duiit let us be forgotten route or road to the top of Fort community be correct why ij not tho gin to leave and increasingly on mum neaier a useiul member of society finish GliORGli Darsie Hill to the end they keep going the boeing that to thoso who have faith in him he effects as last few minutes preceding the results as you No danger of your being for- Â¬ Mr William Johnson the minus tho drug goodHero tho doctor Kobert iionner iisq has re end being a regular stamoede in gotten for we still cling to the champion digger in fused S 100000 for his famous purchased a cart and sewers has abruptly cut off further debate but to which confusion worse confounded horse and is tho mind of tho untutored layman tho hope of having you with us again reigns True some have to go to mare Maud S now ready to go to work on the latter question seems not so entirely out make their trains but not one ere the snows of another winter road to Fort Hill or any other of order Boston Globe Canned peaches tomatoes tenth of the number that do go Wear Hurry The following It is the Boston habit of not stay Hon Daniel Manning Secre corn peas beans c lowest elected on Tuesday officers were Hurry andofworry nnd Worry go which usually evening last together ing to the end of any tuiig that tary of the Treasury has tendered prices at J Heeneys ruin moro liven mil diuiti nv by Douglas Camp No 3 K of moro happiness than any amount causes them to go of icg to the President his resignation of F for the ensuing year ular systematic labor Any ono may In the culinary department of Bridgeport prove The President has Jas W Woolfolk Knight Com own this for himself by noticing his life so important to us all there the position bcnsations after a season of hurried mander Spring like are many in hips which a Ken accepted the resignation to take and agitated eirort Tho fatigue and ro Henry Weisigcr ir Senior action tell forcibly on tho btrength and tuckian would object to decidedly effect April 1st Considerable rain Knight Commander vigor and unfit him for subsequent wuen asicea 10 nave a biscuit Mr J K Parker of Finchville T J Warren Junior Knight labor Certainly a lifo thus spent must you stare with astonishment at a be a short and unsatisfactory one It Mr Chas E Seal the expe- Shelby county paid us a visit last Commander plate of cold light rolls You would be well enough each ono to Chas Woolfork Knight Re- bear in mind that therefor always timo never want a piece of turkey or rienced and intelligent Govern week is enough tor him to do well nil that ho is fowl as a grown chicken is ment Inspector of Plumbing who Born Feb 15th 1887 to Mr corder Thos Smith Knight Warden called upon to do at all If he undertake called the half grown only being has been stationed here for some Alex Sargent and wife a son this ho Andrew Castleman Captain of moro thanand to does injustico both to given the name chicken after time arranging and refitting the his work himself On tho other The feather renovating company Guard the first time There is a dryness plumbing hand if ho waste tho timo which is in Â¬ in the Government have located in this town for a Henry Weisiger sr Dean trusted to him let him not hope to atouo and tastelessness about them which Building completed his work last while Bamett Norman First Guard for it by extra hasto and hurry When suggests the probable truth in the wo Berry Johnson Second Guard on have learned to avoid wasting timo Circuit Court called quite a case that they were slaughtered week and left Saturday morning the one hand and crowding it on tho under orders for Knoxville Ten number of our populace to Frank I am told that poul other wo shall begin to appreciate its true months ago r n aenci tne koundahout we can valuo Philadelpliia Public Ledger fort this week try ne n here frequently keep nessee not and will not do without it el ILettcr froitt Mr Dargie dressed is fowls for two years be- Â¬ Written for tho Round ibotitl riiinii Maua woium fore they are sold h Â¬ r- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- v F Scofield of Bagdad WASHINGTON AND HIS WIFE was in the village a shoit time A Couplo of Stioiig Dnniistlr Taste since Mnrtlin WiiNlilnfonrt Work The mumps still prevail Boh Washington and his wife wcra people of domestic tastes Tlioy Mrs Gcorgiana Hawkins still loved theirstrong nl homo Mount Vernon nntl remains quite ill wore boldom happier than during the four limes they were alono in it Mrlha Bob Cunningham is not dead Vnhington grow moro and more domes Â¬ as reported a few days bince tic dining her latter yearn and in tho dark days of Willie Wade has about recovered wealth and tlio revolution with nil her former extravagance tho from his recent illness wore ilaincr clothe rw nim n lnnr tnne3 Shu patroni e Hn Quite a number of laborers goJa and would notdeal of cloth lisli a g eat passed through this place last nude at Mount Vernon Shu kept was tix- Thursday to work on the Louis teou Ft i viln- wheel j busy and tho was espoci lly roud of two re iea tl 1 bho ville Southern railroad had nude lor herself They were of cot- Regular services at South Ben Â¬ ton striped wih bilk and thev must son Church to day and to morrow liavo been of lino quality for one weighed muy u pcmim anu a nail and the other at 1 oclock each day blill Iks Tho bilk btripea were made from The cod fish and coal oil store and the raveling of brown bilk btocmj3 some old crimson chair covers is booming The Col is a good Martha Washington clad her servant in one he is cloth of her own manufacture uid tha liveries of coachman and footman County School Superintendent wero made her Mount Vernon wKh at tho Hunter visited the Bridgeport exeopUM of tho wallet cuTj and trim mings which wcro imported school yesterday She manufactured the coth Mr Jas W Harrod has been in which G n AVuJiingroii had madefrom ono Lexington and Anchorage this of liij inauguration suits and it n re corded by her crandsnn llmf aim r1i nci week very phi ly when at home with no Jj Mr 1 i1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ npn-nnnlk- - Â¬ 1 Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Hi Â¬ Â¬ m ytn V V1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 ft r gvT Yvm ffywowpwTPWHiiwii Itf i B fF V SAVE YOUR WRAPPERS Rl m nsoivd FRENCH YILLA SOAP BEST FOR LAUNDRY BATH AND TOILET ONLY COSTS 5 CTS PER BAR And on Christmas you can be one of the Jfe 30000 PEESOITS WHO WILL RECEIVE Ask your grocer for complete list of L r- f- tftgJK S T X WHAT WE GIVE AWAY FOR FRENCH VILLA Pianos Organs It is just possible that this young Indy besides the interest she takes in Hns one oyo on this handsome grocer for sequel Ask THE ROMANCE OF FRENCH VILLA nsEnraxa villa voir grocer for Waicnes Diarronas 10 03 111 6011 Given Away on CHRISTMAS 1887 to Consumers CO SAVE YOUR WRAPPERS FROM OFF THE SOAP THE WOfiLDS SOM MMUFACTUSING Gathered for the Roundabout Â¬ SUFMLO N Y salesman Mr Jnines Russell and lady of Antioch have live elegant daughters who for modesty are an honor to the community lieiinon is to have a bran new Hchool house through the zealous la Â¬ bors of Supt Hunter and Col T B Ford The clouds of war between Canada and the United States over a little mess of iish will terminate in a treaty of peace between Zeke Yocum and Gen J A Bell Lucifer Yocum of Harpers Ferry is down with political jim jams from the effects of morphine and chloro- Â¬ form His letter to his uncle appears m this isue Mr James Harp of Saudriflle who is said to have a haunted house otlers oU to the hero who will ven Â¬ ture to catch the ghost and bring it into jus presence Mr Simeon Buford of Fairview has just received a cargo of spring goods direct from New York He will solicit the publisher of the Eoundauout for space to advertise Mr James Russell of Antioch has caught and caged a wild hog The animal resembles a hog and bear combined It is so fierce that it is with danger its keeper can feed it Mr A J Carter at present a guest at the Griftin House returned from a visit to Flat Creek where all the pretty girls fell in love with him Air Carter lias a handsome face and smooth tongue which adds to his accomplishments as an itinerant Mr Noel Lee is teaching jininter esting school at Bald Knob Mr William Tracy of Pea Ridge lias made for that enlightened people the best school trustee they have ever had Mr Tracy lias been in office for years Mr Warren Pulliatn will need no physician now since his aperient springs gush forth with fresher vigor after their short recess caused by the late earthquakes Mr Tninon P Monro nf fnrir1nnfl will soon erect a custom flouring null for the benefit of the farmers who claim to be robbed by the rol- Â¬ ler process Mr George Sewell the honest miller at Bethlehem is compelled to run his flouring mills both day and night in order to save the farmers from the Shylock robber roller sys- Â¬ tem The classic streets of Jacksonville are nearly knee deep with mud To clean these streets would be an inno- Â¬ vation which the old folks could not and would not stand Mr Williams a wholesale and retail merchant at Flag Fork is the most zealous temperance advocate in Franklin He will head a campaign list with 1000 to drive intemper ance out of the county Bos Kenney of Sandriflle who was formerly an officer on the stafrof Jefferson Davis will not solicit the ollico of Governor He will appear before the public in due season and solicit an oflice moie humble regard Â¬ less of race color creed party clique or ring Â¬ Â¬ You can see as well as brother Henry that mother England can furnish us all we need through a low tariff even men and money to conquer these Yankees and perhaps restore our slaves I am in favor of the re election of Mr Cleveland and his cabinet It On account of an increase in our business we have removed our store from Ann St to does my heart good to see that under Main Street Next Door to the Engine House his liberal administration the Yankee farmers receive but a mere pittance for their labor and that our 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 u party have all the rich suoils I am proud to see these vile Yankee farm ers sell tneir tobacco on tno Water- - 0LLIVER AND SOOTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS son low tariff system I love to see the times grow worse under our Democratic system of government AVERY MEIKE BRLTUEY STEEL PLOWS I want you to stand up for our party in power at the State Capitol You see how they aggravate the MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 9 MOWERS Yankee school teachers by permit- Â¬ We have also added to our stock ting their accounts to be shorn at a BUGGIES SURREYSR0Au CARTS ruinous rate You can see how smoothly our SADDLES AND HAB5ESS party have sunk the State in debt to tune of about 2000000 just to the FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY spite the Yankees If ever the Call and sec us blamed Yankees get control of Ken- Â¬ M ASTIN BROS tucky our honest Democratic hands will never more be permitted to get a grip on the public treasury Your affectionate nephew Look Out We Are Coming f a The Penn Bros of Ilarvicland entered the forest a few years since when that wilderness was inhabited by bats and owls To day a bright little village smiles in the sunshine through the honest toil of John and William Penn Mr Wesley Hall a business mer-Â¬ chant at Sweet Home shipped sever- Â¬ al thousand rabbits to Louisville during the past winter Mr Green Chlsholm of Tioga says if Cleveland is re elected he will move to Mexico Mrs Thomas Wilborn Postmis tress at hcrauuie nas the most com Â¬ plete chemical art gallery in Ken- Â¬ tucky Tracys bad boy is now at SancJ riflle He will probably appear beÂ¬ fore the public in darker colors uest month Mr Robert C Church owns the trotting wonder of of this county he Dear Your nephew takes morphine and is a young yearling colt by Onward chloroform to steady his nerves while outofllagar by Mambrino Abdal- waging war on these hellfired lah One day last week he trotted Yankees at the Ferry When you want an oflice of power one sixteenth of a mile in the re and trust in the Confederacy I mean marKamc time or nine and one in the ranks of our Democratic party half seconds equal to a 2M0 gait and fail to find it follow the foot- Â¬ The youngster did his work without prints of our ancestors by commit ting siuciue urinic over doses of a skip or break and looked willing modern whisky which will carry enough to repeat the distance your disappointments to a region where there is no snow IT I sometimes yell with delight when I read the Courier Journal on the low tariff theory ATTORNEY AT LAW Heres my hand Henry When FKANKFOllT K Y you Vere in England the other you showed your sympathy to day PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS our party by applauding the cockneys WILL Kidtikllu Carroll iallatlii Hoonu Owen Grunt counties when they sung God savo the andthe Federal Court la the Court of AupealB und la Queei aijy u Uncle Zche Harpers Ferry Feb 15 1887 A young blacksmith by the name of W J Miles Jr of Louisville Kentucky claims to have discovered a new process of manufacturing steel that if found entirely practicable will revolutionize tilings in that line A long article in the Courier Journal of Tuesday gives the facts and asserts that the claim is well founded Luciinn Yoeusr is T Bu clnl 3T STILL AHEAD WITH THE Largest Stocfo Ever brought to this city in GlassmreJmp AND Fancy Goods Of nil descriptions OF BShmQw Itk Till i The LARGEST STOCIS STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ F MAJOR Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for Â¬ get the place JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street I vfeflsfcfc -- ihiJii - y rvV minim li u- piLj2Jlt v Illl J S l Ml Ifl