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L If r V - - fTO W A fJ The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher r DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR Volume X Letter from Zcke Yocum Rowing county Feb 87 Lucifer Yocum Harpers Ferry Ky Dear Nephew Your letter in the last issue of the Round bout the best paper published in northern Kentucky made me very prespoticens the Was sorry to woid just coined hear you are compelled to take morphine and chloroform for your nervous trouble Im in favor of Mr ClevelandJs Jfelegtion because of vetoing the pension bill thereby keeping the Yankee soldiers from filling their pockets with Democratic gold on say that it does your heart good to see the Yankee farmers getting a mere pittance for tobacco Your uncle would say amen but it hurts Democrats that you lov to see the times grow worse Now it under Democratic rule occurs to your uncle that you use a little ton much to calm your lifives Be c ireful as to size 01 dose in future my dear boy You ask me to stand up for our party at the State Capit Would say in reply that vou need have no fears as long as Gov Kivitt and Zelce Yocum are at the head of affiirs in Kentucky With Knott to attend to tne Cow Bill and Yocum to the great Dem- Â¬ ocrat party in the State all will be Â¬ 1 FRANKFORT have the life of Sut I will exolain Young Mr Sut LovenHe good wanted to train a purp had his father to play hog in the His father went on potato patch his hands and feet and grunted The purp got the old man by the jaw and ear and tore off his nose The old man begged most piteous ly that the pain was more than he The precious youth could bear replied he knew it was very pain ful but to try and bear it it would You be the making of the dog can make application of the moral Whilst under the head of KY FEBRUARY 26 1887 Number 24 M Bull Skin Bkakch the case Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS POLITICAL well If we dont succeed in carrying the State the next election it will not be the fault of good legislation The State treasury is full and out of debt We the Legislature leased the locks and dams of the Kentucky River Navigation Com pany that cost the toilers of Kentucky by way of taxation five for ninety millions of dollars nine years for the magnificent sum of one thousand five hundred dollars per year The company used the river until worn out and passed it over to the Democratic Legislature utterly worthless The general government proposed to repair it but we Democrats thought that Uncle Sam would use the river by sending troops into Kentucky in case of nother rebellion The offer was declined until the President of the United States convened the Senate and House Â¬ Â¬ have a presentment that we are to have some trouble I could In arrange the whole business P Blackburn the first place Luke He would be the Governor that would empty the prison would settle the vexed question of working the convicts on public work If Gov Knott was twenty years younger I would send him with unlimited power to Uaw that would settle our western trouble if he could use Dictate as He is an old rivatc Sicretarj could be no improprieman there ty in taking him Bellcpoint could furnish one good man in the per son of J N Crutcher but for his But for my age and politics arduous duties at home I would be willing to try Mormons not for the honor it would confer but for the sole purpose of making them Democrats so that when Im put to rest the party will place a marble shaft to the memory of your Uncle Zekc My mission here in Rowing Suffice it to county is private say that Im working for the in- Â¬ terest of Kentucky I mean the I 1 and whiskers when Old cried enough several times They were separated Anthony Wane with a broken finger and Old minus his whiskers What a pity for such beautiful long black whiskers to be pulled in that style One A Large Stock of SHIRTS both Lanndried and devilish boy was trying to sell the Unlauiidiied whiskers to make watch guards of During the excitement about the A beautiful launtlrled shirt 100 Unluundried shirts from 50c to 100 above fight I left Hatton for this place 50 Dozen Linen HAVDKtillCIUEFS to select from I give you the news as 1 obtained it I dont vouch for the beautiful colored borders at 15c truth of said statement If either 25c and 33 each one of the parties to the bloody I as a faithencounter thinks that ful correspondent did not give a To reduce our stock of HATS we have marked ti ue version of the fight I will down to much less thin mu il prices retract what I have said and take pains to give a full history of the Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is full and Thos case Dont make this letter public Humphries is ready to take your Lucifer From your loving uncle Zeke Yocum measure Rowing county Ky WK HAVE n 4 f 1 Â¬ l3c Â¬ it f V Â¬ Â¬ also his Cabinet who by solemn promised Kentucky resoluton that no troops should be shipped by way of the Kentucky river We accepted the proposition and free trade and now we have rights and will soon have sailors roast beef and 2 a day some thing that every honest Democrat wants The next item of wise legislation by us wise Democrats was the disposition of Green and Barren river improvements that cost the tax payers of Kentucky one million thousand dollars five hundred These rivers were leased for a term of years for one thousand five hundred dollars to a company who run it until rich and then sold it to Uncle Sam for one hundred and fifty thousand Your uncle does not understand grammar well enough to show how much the State made in the operation Suffice it to say that the members of the Legislature and all State officials were well paid It is true my dear Lucifer that this trick gave the taxpayers the devil but it kept up the DemoThat you may un- Â¬ cratic party derstand the whole matter your uncle would advise you to read the life of Mr Sut Lovengood You will find a similar case on For fear you may not page 76 Â¬ Â¬ Cir nit Court Kentucky Central Railroad We yo ir grand jury would re BLUB GRASS ROUTE spcctfully report that we have ex Shortest and Quickest route from amiucd a mini ler of witnesses and return t court one hundred and CKNTUAL KliNTUCKY We have ex three indictments TO ALU POINTS amined all of the public buildings WESF AND SOUTHWEST EAST and report them in good condition We find that there is a public road FAS r LINK BETWEEN from the railroad bridge to the LtXINGTQN AND CINCINNATI Shelbyville pike along the river SCHEDULE IN EtFECT NOV ai 1886 bank in Franklin county and over which there is a good deal of No 13 No 4 No 6 Said road has no surveyor travel South 1ound Ex Sun Daily Ex Sun overseer and is in bad condior We tion unfit for public travel 30 a m 8 25 p m 2 00 p m ovington ask that the attention of the county lve Falmoutu 01 a m 9 35 p m 3 30 p ru Cyiuhiani 04 a m 10 24 p m 4 39 V court be called to said road and Arr Paris 4j a in 10 50 p in 5 15 P m ieingtoii 30 V m 11 jo p in 6 10 p m they take such steps as may be jo a m 10 55 p m 5 20 p m Lve Paris Democratic party necessary to put it in good condi- Arr Winchester 35 p m 11 35 p m 603pm oopm 7 ij p m Richmond Im perfectly in ignorance of all tion All which is respectfully re- Â¬ 07 p m Lancaster oc in Stanford news from Sand Riffle Bald ported Feb 19 1887 00 p m Lve Kichinond W J Lewis Peaks Knob Stone Kitchen 20 p m Arr Berra Livingston 45 P Mill Harpers Ferry VVoodlake Foreman or any other place except Hatton No No 11 No 3 Craw and Bellepoint The two The Court of Appeals holds that North Bound last named places have tendered killing stock by the cars of a rail- Â¬ me a public reception in the near road 8 coirpany is prima facie ev- Lve Livingston io 00 a m I find it impossible to deBerea future 35 a m Â¬ 11 45 a m Richmond I will idence of in gligence and the bur- Arr Stanford cline their generous offer 11 20 a m Lve 8 11 a m Lancaster accept it as soon as I can conclude den is on the company of showing 11 00 a m Arr Richmond a treaty of peace in this county that the killing was the result of Lve Richmond 6 05 a m 1 30 p m 2 45 p m 7 15 a m As you know Im here under an accident that could not have Arr Winchester 1 20 u m 8 00 a m Paris the instructions of the Governor been avoided under the circum- Lve Lexington 2 45 p m 7 25 a m i4SP Pa U 3 30 p m 825am 3 40 p m This is my first and will be my Cvnthiana 3 59Pm 8 59 a m 4 17 p m stances by the exercise of ordinary Falmouth last letter from Rowing county 4 47 P m 10 03 a m 5 18 p m 600pm u 35 m 6 4pm Arr Covington getting old and feel like retir Â¬ care and diligence Im ing to private life MAYSVILLE BRANCH A grand deer chase will take This letter you must consider as No 51 Dnily Daily North Bound It might possibly wound place near Bridgeport in a short private Ex Sun Ex Sun My object is amuse- time some one 200 p m Ivc Coviiigtfin ment I can say that I never 425pm Lve Lexington 725 a 8 15 a 5 2op m Piri wounded the feelings intentional- Â¬ your horse becomes baulky Lve MillerNburg If 5 48 p m 842 a Arr 612P m ly of the humblest of Gods crea- and refuses to pull tie a handker Â¬ Arr Carlisle 005 a a 7c6p m 9 57 Arr lnhon tion in my life unless he was a 7 4P m 1035 a ArrMavsville chief or piece of cloth around his No 54 Nc 53 Radical Daily Daily South Bound His attention will be fore leg Ex Sun Fx Sun A PUGILISTIC MILL will start without Lve Maysville 3 5i a n 1150 p m The bloodiest mill that ever diverted and he A33 a m 129 pm Lve Johnson trouble 3 3t p m 7 35 a in took place between two feather Lve Carlisle 7 47 a m 26p m lve Millersburg weights in the United States was 8 15 a m 315pm Arr Pari 910 a m 6 top m Arr fought at Hatton some three Louisville Tobacco Market Arr Lexington Covington 35 a m 6 oop ni weeks ago BY C1LOVEU FBO- DUIiUKTT FUUNIHHED No 45 leavt Lexington 800 p m arrive Paris PIUKTOHH LOUISVILLE TOUACCO WAUK- On my way to this place by 842 p in IIOUHE Trains 3 and 4 arr daily between Win NOTK way of Bald Knob Jacksonville chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains Tioga and Hatton it being Lords except Sunday Sales on our market for tha week just are daily ronnectnn male Winchester with Direct day I laid over with my old closed amount to 3J60 hhds with receipts Chesipcake and Ohios for Ml at Sterling Ashland W V and Eastern 2AMH hhds Sales Huntington Charleston friend A J Rodgers as I never for the name- period of flineo January 1st amount to 11423 hhds Citiei travel on that day from whom I Receipt nnd sales have been larger this Fast Line os 3 and 4 run via Winchester olil rains with Pulman obtained the facts of the great week than at any time since January 1st Cincinnati and Richmond Sleeping ars between Va and Winchester Washington DC fight said to be the first fight that nnd while prices at times have been a lit anThrough IicWets and Baggage Checked to any the main they have been ever happened in Shelby county tle irregular in on nil grades of hurley destination reached by railroad call on any agent fully sustained For Mill p irtic lars address or without whisky both now and old The amount of good of the cnmpiny or S F H MORSE D A FEFLEY The names of the parties that useful tobacco continues small in propor Gen Pass r Agt Trav Passr Agt tion to the quantity offered and commands contended for the championship full prices The following quotations Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON Rec iver of America were Anthony Wane fairly represent the market for new bur ImrralVlffirrn Covington Kv who now wears the belt and J B ley 175 to 225 Dark Trash Old I F The rules that govern prize Colory Trash not colory 275 to D60 300 to 400 Common Lugs fights were not observed They Colory Lugs 400 to UK 0 MEETS EVERY MON hacf no seconds After a few well Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 CAPITAL L0D0E NO brothew cordially invited L duy nlxht VIsltliiK A UUlLbON N u 500 to ti50 directed blows they clinched Good Leaf 10 00 to 1475 Fine Leaf J R WILLIAMS Sec biting and scratching pulling hair Select Wrappery Tobacco April 17 tf Noik Â¬ Â¬ Report of the Grand Jury To the ILH Judge of the Fianklin HUDSON HUMPHRIES OASSELI NOTIGE 1 huve bought from Mrs Addle iarrett admin Â¬ istratrix of K Whltesldes deceased bis entire Interest In the THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT Mt Furniture and Undertaking BUSINESS And have sold one half Interest In my business to Â¬ W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be Â¬ STATEN DEHONEY Â¬ And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes Sc Stuten No 218 tit Clair street May 8 tt JAS T STATEN 11 KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST FOR WKSHINGTOM PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINK HEW YOHK Â¬ Â¬ Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars FOR SOXjZ33 TBAZ1T FROM Â¬ LouisvilleCincinnati TO Lexington WASHINGTON CITY Connecting in same depot with fasttralns for Â¬ THE DIRECT ROUTE TO LYNCH MJKti Â¬ DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS IN 10 your nearest Â¬ For tickets and further Information apply to tlcktt onlce V W MONROE Div 1 1 Passr Agent Lexington Ky W C WICKHAM ld Vice President H W FULLER Gau Posb Agt Housekeepers IF YOD WANT NICE Attention - 1 LIMIT BREAD USE Â¬ LeCOMPTES 1 BAKING POWDER f Â¬ Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by Joseph LeCompte PROPRIETOR OF TUB 0 0 i AUOVS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE AND LCOWPTES HANDSMf fHER S TC B m B KjUfMaBriHv TO BUY Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Gfoods Is at our store 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 can WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD Wi-- -- - 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 Woven Corsets at 75 cts cheap at SI 00 25 dozen Towels large size at 20 cents cheap at SO cheap at 125 50 pieces Qheck Muslin at 12 1 2 cts cheap at 1G 2 8 cheap at 200 fa 0 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 Trecots Henrietta Cloth and Satines in beautiful styles and patterns ored silks Call and see us Serges HZIncLoos col- Â¬ We have also selected a beautiful line of black and The Banner Sign Main Street t WEITZEL Â¬ ODOXTNELL ft-- rr 7 w VI- - 1 1 has found one hundred indictments If Franklin county ever expects Notice against gambling tippling houses to have a competing line of rail The Western Feather Renovating Now road the interest in the matter and houses of prostitution Company have been located in this lets see if the officers will execute must not be allowed to flag but it city for the past few weeks The the law to its full extent Â¬ must be pushed with energy following named Iariica will testify us We admire the Roundabout in to the excellence of their work her new dress She looks like With the natural gas developed Mrs Judge Geo 0 Drane Mrs Hi Â¬ and a new railroad Frankfort ram Berry Miss Laura Campbell she is grown If filthy streets will keep off would boom as she has never done Mrs John W Payne Mrs Q R Rodman Mrs Geo A Lewis Mrs sickness and disease the people before Guy Barrett Mrs W L Jctt and sufficient to have supplied a large very well pleased with the change on Buffalo Alley are blessed with Bellepoint Mrs W T Reading as it will save us or the city the the preventive portion of the city with fuel There are several nice dwelling All persons wishing work done will trouble of building a three thouDied George Edgar infant sand dollar road to get to a son of Mr and Mrs W B Luck houses for rent or sale in our call at No 132 Mero street Rhea town Feb iiC tf thousand dollars worth of land ett Born November 27 1S86 The great emotional actress the J W Hanson and family of A Farmers Plain Talk The meeting is still going on at died February 20 1887 inimitable commedienne Rhea will Ind have located Rev A Heath pastor of Fifth Indianapolis the Independent Baptist Church appear at the Opera House Tues- and resulting in great good There Avenue Baptist Church Louis- here and are occupying the cotWith due deference and the day March 8th This promises has been twenty odd conversions ville Ky died Saturday Feb- tage owned by Mrs Susan Quire greatest respect for our distin Â¬ Bro guished Legislative candidates Mr Alford Anderson to be the fashionable event of the during the meeting They are ruary 19th full appreciation of their season Let our citizens show holding a series of meetings also Mr Thomas Hill formerly of have opened a blacksmith shop in and a favorite theme the capital yes this place now in Chicago and our town where they will in contheir appreciation of the efforts of at Big Bethel Baptist Church the capital at Frank Â¬ Methodists have not com- Miss Maria Yeizer of this place junction with Mr Jesse Mann gentlemen The the managers to secure the best menced yet They will com- Â¬ We belive that there fort forever are to be married here on next manufacture all kinds of wagons should possible talent by giving the ac Â¬ mence when the Independent not be a stone unturned or c We say let Thursday March 3d and leave plows harrows a nail unclinched that will lend to complished actress an overflowing Church stops for Chicago where they expect to the boom commence fasten and perpetuate the capital house May The public school which has at our beautiful city for all time to The Second Quarterly Confer- Â¬ make their future home ence of St Johns A M E they live long and be happy to been taught so acceptably by Miss come and we expect you to bend The world renowned Bull Minnie Gaines for the pait six every energy and the more you Church will convene this evening gether F months closed yesterday J oclock Rev minstrels will give one of at 7 Blayney accomplish in that direction the G A R But we ex Â¬ their celebrated and unique per- Â¬ Thomas Presiding Elder will be Mr Jas Fisher and family more we love you on hand to hold the meeting and an expression of opinion Regular meeting Tuesday have moved to the city and are pect formances at their palatial hall preach to morrow Come and occupying the house on Wash- from you on other subjects than March I at Odd Fellows Hall in South Frankfort this evening hear for yourself ington street I lately becupied by that A B Norwood Com The press Saturday Feb 26th Kentucky boasts of her beautiful Mr DeLimc Bow Elder Eugene Evans of V Bekderich Adjt all over the country where they women and brave men her superb in town We ling Green Ky is Dr John G Birchett an emi m have performed speak in the learn that he has come to take nent physician of the Bald Knob Porn uke as we1j Ifr fast Mr W L Collins purchased highest terms of this justly cele- Â¬ charge of Big Bethel Baptist i i neighborhood was the guest 0f Â¬ Every one who Church brated troupe We welcome you Bro on Wednesday last at the Lexing- our Dr J H Sullivan on Thurs- - nd yet says to strangers who incidentally pass her way if you attends may be certain that they Evans and hope you meet with ton sale the bay mare Sister day night leave the crowded city for a little Wilkes by Lyles Wilkes dam will be fully repaid for their small success Miss Mollie Strickler of Louis- drive in the countrv we will Mrs Zilphia Reddon left Thurs- Light Heels by Bob Perkins son ville is the guest of Mr R L charge you three bents per outlay mile her husband for Grinstead for every mile you pass over Dont forget the day and date day with Michigan May Kala- of Tempest Price 175 good mazoo Snnnp misrrMnfr hrnlrn intn f lir Where is our great Kentucky Feb 26 at 3 p m Come one luck attend them The Court of Appeals has de- - H stable of w H Lewis and hospitality Is this in keeping come all We hear of some of our breth- cided that express companies hav took a horse belonging to Geo with the tastes and requirements The Commissioners of the Sink Â¬ ren elsewhere trying to organize ing paid State license to do busi Gordon and rode it many miles f the wee end of this progressive nineteenth century ing Fund through Gen Hewitt a third political party We do ness are not required to take out toward Sweet Home when he What say you Dr B F Du old not favor the move The true let it loose after which it was their Secretary have advertised Republican party which has been local license This is a very im- Â¬ found and returned vall and James Andrew Scott for proposals to re build the burn- Â¬ often tried and never denied and portant decision to those compa Â¬ are you in favor of free turnpikes Miss Susie Kendall a blooming nies Farmer ed workshop in the Penitentiary are willing to be tried again is lass from Antioch neighborhood m do well to bear good enough for us yet awhile Contractors would Everything uood to eat ut Mrs S is sojourning with the family of Nice small hams at V2 cents per this in mind Dr J H Sullivan pound at Mrs S J Bohannans We learn that the grand jury Bohannans Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Other cities and towns are so Among tlie Colored Citi zens anxious to have natural gas that they are boring for it at every BY G II n point where it is thought to exist We learn that the site or locabut Frankfort with a known gas deposit in the centre of the tion for the Normal School has been changed from Fort Hill to city has not enterprise enough to Browns Hill abuut one and one open a well which was filled up half miles east of Frankfort years ago to shut off a flow of gas With few exceptions we arc all i1 it i t n Â¬ 1 Â¬ fi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I j in mtMU tf Yifeii J4SP 1 1 WffJrf t - fcJ WTjawryJIJPJUJUWB5JgaWBBgBM yvv jww 3 Payaie Hell Married More rain on Tuesday evening Farmers wishing seeds will dowoll Rain and mud to examine our stock before purchas Â¬ February 22 1887 at the rcsi booming Creeks W B Thompson and wife are ing elsewhere We handle no se und dence of the brides mother Mrs visiting relatives on Lebanon Wheat prospect brightening grade seed and our prices shall al Â¬ Ridge this week K A Bell in South Frankfort Mr Thompson ways he Eggs in abundance as low as the same seed can has been clerking at the Phoenix Miss Ida C LJell a popular young he bought anywhere Our stock con Â¬ Butter scarce Hotel in Lexington for the past sists lady of this city and Mr Chas of 1200 bushels oats bunhcls Ira Armstrong is still quite sick twenty years blue grass 100 Impels clover Jl5 G Payne the genial book keeper W P Bailev of Lebanon barrels Early Uo e potatoes besides Mr John H Jenkins and family for the Allen Bradley Co Rqv Ridge paid a flying visit to friends a supply of timothy and red top vilof Louisville have been in the A E Penick of the Episcopal at Lexington the 9th inst Do not forget the place next door lage recently Church officiating Promptly at to Engine House Tobacco is about all gone off Dr W Lee Crutcher Prof J Mastix JJro1 9 oclock the bridal party entered the Ridge and preparation to B Lea Misses Daisy Parrent and i Feb 2i tf the parlor which was tastefully raise an immense crop this year is Ethel Crutcher took in the educa- Â¬ now in order decorated with potted plants and tional meeting at Lexington last For hangiiig baskets and an arch of Mr R P Thompson of Leba- Â¬ A Tuesday nice comfortable house in Belle cedar and flowers formed a bower The incentive that prompts us non Ridge is representing the Point containing live room - for Deering Mower and Self binder rent There is a under which the minister stood large garden attach Â¬ to action oftencr than any other manufactured iat Chicago Illinois ed The lioine is Â¬ bride was prettily attired in a is prejudice The Any person wishing to buy enue Apply to on Kentucky av white aibatros drc s trimmed with Rev Harvie Dennis and wife would find it to their interest to V L Pivck Feb aii tf bows and cascades of white satin We are informed that the lives of Louisville have been spending call on him Miss of Officers Dean ribbon with natural flowers Larkin and some time with the family of Capt Married In Louisville last Buy your harness and geir from Nannie Browder presided at the Norwood have been threatened George Sudduth Mastix Duos week Mr Thos Watkins of Feb 2i tf Miss Sallie Sharp died of con- Pleasant View to Miss Edna piano and performed the wedding for having discharged their duty Mr Tom march in the arrest of Fahys assailants sumption last Tuesday Feb 22 Â¬ Moore of this vicinity Governor Knott made the ad mm 1887 at the residence of her par is a nice young man and Miss Mr and Mrs Payne will board on Monday night It is about ents in this county near Gracfens Edna is one of the Ridges dress at the dedication j the Mawith Mr John W Payne brother time this sort of attempted intimi- burg sonic Temple in Maysville on beauties dation of officers was put a stop of the groom Tuesday last Over six hundred Born February 23d 1887 to In regard to the railroad we The following is a list of presents to Let it be done at once Mr Jas T Bright ard wife of are in favor of it and at the same guests were present on that occa- m received by the young couple time we would like to hear a bion Messrs Peter Light and Ed Graefensburg a daughter One dozen cut glass ice cream Claassen have opened a plumbing Esq J W Jackson sold 12 fat voics siy something in favor of a f 1 so cn dishes Rev E A Penick one and gas and steam fitting estab Â¬ shoats weighing 1380 pounds to turnpike road on this Ridge The city on Thursday miliary 1th 1P87 In this dozen silver knives and forks Mr lishment in the room in the Wcitz Mr W L Collins last Tuesday mud is now from 12 to 30 inches to Mr J It Drjdtn and wife u amounting to 5520 deep and it is almost a matter of UlAYNEV and Mis II C Hall Pleasureville zel block on St Clair street at 4 cents impossibility for a man to travel Ky one wicker rocking chair formerly occupied by the Capital Staple and fancy groceries of all even on horse back INI A R I IEU kinds at Mrs S J Boliannuns cor Â¬ Mr and Mrs R D Appcrson office As both gentlemen are At Frankfott Feb li Rev Mr H F Bohannon D S of niiiify l I MrFiuKKllbrWiuis of vMcUiMw oodfoni Little Rock Ark pair of pickle first class workmen and energetic ner Main and Ann streets Ky uiid Mrs IAiiTHKvn llwrr Frankilni-u-iuShelby county bought of A C dishes Miss Lillie Choate syrup business men the new firm of Terrell one hound pup last week Stedmautowu for the sum of 5 In Itlemoriam Mr T has stand Mrs W S Saffell silver Light Claassen ought to do a Our roads are in the worst con- Â¬ one other valued at 10 Sec tete set Mrs E A Buchannan good business r j oAunti who men dition ever known what the Court of Appeals has op Mm Jf KAR LKX1NUTON JAS 7 at iKit homk 137 Bentonville Ark family and Mr John L Fahy was the Mr Slouscher says it was a done by its recent decision as to Mis H R Williams victim of a most shameful assault goblets In the deiti of Unity we mourn n klivl friend gander and not a rooster that layed dogs being property and a wlteiuinselor but lit us hoi e tit m ether gold cuff buttons with patent when we ton have llnlshed our rate on eutli He was the two settings of eggs on Monday night last W P Bailey will leave Lebafastners Mrs A L Franklin silAh deartht Auny hao jou lloun brighter From visiting in the lower part of town liu Mr Fuller our enterprising non Ridge Monday the 28th for And are intoleft withoutbettereare Is we bowl and cream pitcher th ver sugar Without th loUug tender hands called to the door of the neighbor has concluded to starve Lebanon Indiana to reside Mr and was Miss Nannie Browder and Miss Bailey has promised some of his No more upon inv throbbing head house where he was assaulted the moles on his farm by sowing press Will friends that he would write a let- Â¬ Which Auntycarried those lingers soft Sue Jenkins handkerchiefs Sam If the experiment eer my healing balm with stones and finally shot twice clover seed And soothed hearts wild throbblnss oft Co silver and gold D Johnson proves effectual clover seed will ter to the dear old Roundabout the wounds happily not being of a be high next year Oh jes tis true our Auntys goiel concerning that part of the State sugar spoon Mr and Mrs Thos Whit some mistake It was not so His assailants serious character Our Aunty did blindly say Mrs Sallie A Rearden is reShore Fayetteville Ark silver Uncle Nat Carter will open his Oh no but ours Is all tne woe seeing him fall supposed that they school for the education of those ported to be some better this Now In a home beyond the skies gold individual salt cellars and loy leluns had accomplished their purpose who wish tu learn dancing singing week It is hoped she will soon And iod h is mound un golilm throne carried previous toul Dr and Mrs Logan Arnot Pa To us once loaned but now lhs twn recover as she is useful to her and fled and skating on the first of March A May C brass parlor lamp Misses Minnie Lexington papers please copv Officers Dean Larkin and Nor- Â¬ Tuition five lessons in each for country and Sarah Bell handsome French Mr James Kake of this city has wood hearing the shots immedi- Â¬ one dollar bronze clock George L Payne village has been taking bird shot for asthma a A young lady of our ately repaired to the place and preserve stand and individual but discovered and makes the finest teaspoonful at a dose for some time gave pursuit to the marauders hair restorative ever used in this and lias developed a case of lead pois Â¬ One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ ter dishes Prof and Mrs S P They succeeded in capturing three vicinity It is known as the fish on A friend told him to take one dences in South Frankfort Browder sugar bowl and spoon young men whom they lodged in hair regenerator A gentleman or two shot when suffering from holder Mr and Mrs J V John- Â¬ FOR SALF W II HALL iail to await investigation Their visiting in the neighborhood who the disease but he overloaded He DRhouse mid mid lot OFFKRScorner of Ciom HIS and on the son lnndsomc berry bowl Mrs acres streets lot hasnt combed the top of his pate is doing well under medical attention Mainthe house Is he goodcontains about two apple names were Richard Johnson In repair There are and Judge Jett amber cologne stand peach and plum trees In abundance upon the Robert A Evans and Frank Eg- Â¬ for twenty yeais has used one at present however place two huge pits stocked with Marshal Nell Mrs James Miles two silver nap small sample bottle with astonishroses unit Col Gabriel C Wharton late roses and a green house planted with hot witter bert heated with llltehlngs Improved A few sample bottles ing results kin rings and one dozen napkins judge luontiort ordered a new will be distributed at the City Hall U S District Attorney for Ken- apparatus Miss Carrie Selbcrt table cloth TKRMS H2AHV Dh W II HALL grand jury summoned Tuesday in your city during the next tucky and Colonel of the ioth Apply to Mrs E A Bell silver and gold during the morning and referred the case to variety play Kentucky Infantry individual butter dishes in plush FOR SALE OR RENT re- war died at his rooms in the St them who returned indictments Miss Annie Thomson has case Mrs Margaret Payne pair against all three of the parties for covered from the attack of erysip- James Hotel in Louisville on A SMALL FARM OF 108 ACRES NEAR THE gloves Miss Lou Wiard rocking elas but has a bad case of mumps monday night Apply to a misdemeanor He had a stroke ri Forks of of hlkhorn WASH CRUTCHER chair Capt and Mrs II C Payne JErr Ky Embroideries Laces to Mr Lewis Todd has contracted of appoplexy on the street on Feb 2G tf one dozen Bohemian glasses Mr make some additions to the res Monday but was thought to have The largest stock of Ilamburgs idence of Mrs Mary Cox also to BUILDING LOT FOR SALE and Mrs A Y Hubbell ink well He was a genial Medici and Torchon laces in the city build some summer houses and been relieved set in silver Mrs George Farmer at rock bottom prices flower stands for the fair young clever gentlemen and made a fine A iOOD BUILDING LOT f0 BY Stf OR H4D basket of handsome flowers Mrs Kot J L W II Waggexkr ri teet is at this ror record as U S District Attorney terms apply onereu oltke sale at a cargain tf ladies of Meadow Cliff leba C R Gresham set of silver tea Feb t0 t We learn Mr A Stedman will spoons Mrs Jas Smittem Arnot Spring Dress Goods We announced some time since form a partnership soon Wonder W SCOTTOW Pa little Miss Bessie Franklin that the Capitol Brewery had been who she is We have just received a line of St Paul Minn handsome flower sold to Mr Shurber of Cincinnati DEALER IN spring dress goods in the latest styles Misses Emma and Lucy Sted- Â¬ vase Bohemian glass and silver It appears that this sale was made man accompanied by Mr M M of checks and stripes at vkry low FAMILY GROCERIES pickle stand Mrs Fannie Mc conditicnally upon the approval of Allen late of Kansas City attended PRICKS J L W H Waggknkr hand- the stockholders in the company the entertainment given by Miss Pherson Louisville Ky MEAL LARD Feb 25 2t some gold and silver card receiver The sale failing to meet the ap- Ollie Compton at her lathers residence near the Forks of Elkhorn MILL FEED Col W C Sneed Worcester proval of the stockholders the Tuesday evening The festivities china vase Chas li LeCompte company on Wednesday last lasted until a late hour and all had EMPRESS FLOUR hand embroidered handkerchiefs made an assignment for the bene- a good time 235 Broadway St 100 CAVALRY HORSES Miss Emma Allen silver and glass fit of its creditors to Mr John Mr Jake Cox will start for west Feb l 2m Miss Mamie Allen Meagher fruit stand Texas about the first of March with I WISH TO PURCHASE 100 CAVALRY HORSES of this city Anyone having I suitable for Cavuly service Pa Arnot Smittem 20 gold The a ssignee is given the power about twenty Hereford bulls horses to sell will bring them to Frankfort on piece Mr and Mrs J W Payne to run the establishment if thought Mr N B Church left Monday MondayitMarch 7th W L COLLINS lit Feb WILL BE A MEETINO OF THK stockholders of the Peaks Mill Turnpike pearl beads and horse shoe comb best by the creditors for Lexington to sell his fine horse The inheld at the olllce of Judge It A Thom Â¬ Company son In Frankfort on Saturday March 5 18S7 for Mrs Dora Ferguson embroidered debtedness of the corporation is Jim the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing ear By order of handkerchief Miss Julia Todd about 17000 and it is thought Tobacco shipping will be reROBERT CHURCH President Feb 1D 31 handsome cherry table Harry that it will be able to pay out dol- sumed as soon as the roads dry up and Thomas Rogers hand painted lar for dollar Why dont some enterprising vase Miss Colie Drane We understand that Mr James firm lease and open the once NEATLY EXECUTED FIRST CLASS BOARD WILL ALL DESIRING Interest to call at Mrs Free Judge Montforts protracted Sower has obtained a temporary famous gas well on the premises It to their AT mans Hoarding House north St Clair St Frank Think of meeting will be continued at the lease and will use up the perish- Â¬ of Mrs John Stedman Ky SISTER FANNIE FREEMAN E3- - fort lJ tf Feb it you moneyed men able material on hand house all next week Court -- Mrs Elizabeth S Hodges for- Â¬ merly of this city is lying at the point of death at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary T Page in Olncy Ills This will be sad news to a large circle of friends in this city The annual meeting of the Franklin county Bible Society will be held in the Southern Pres byterian Church on Sunday even ing next at l2 past 7 oclock Addresses will be made by Rev J McC Blayney and Hon J Quincy Ward This is a work in which all denominations unite There will be no services in the Methodist Baptist Christian or First Presbyterian Churches Â¬ Â¬ Bridgeport Between the Creeks The Seed Store Â¬ ieut Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- T t -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR I S AL K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Feb-20-l- y Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WANTED f Â¬ asroraaiE Â¬ Â¬ HORSE JACK Â¬ CARDS Hoarders wanted Â¬ ranis opfk Â¬ SK1 VI yrr I y f v vm J t w - X iTr 5 -- T fifWinvtTTT M MKVUttM FRAMKFOIiTUOUMlJOlTllocation Entered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as iocond cluss mailable matter is a far more desirable They do say that the young GEORGE A LEWIS EdLiioc stud FvlTsIIbIicz J B LEWIS Assistant Editor FEBRUARY 2C FRANKFORT 1887r Â¬ rfc f 9 u w El As time draws on apace the absolute necessity for our city and county to do something definite and worthy of consideration in regard to the railroad from this city to Georgetown is made more and more apparent While we are moving along sluggishly and with little energy in the matter the friends of other routes and roads are up and at work as busy as bees The Versailles and Midway road has succeeded in getting a subscription from Scott county the Â¬ Â¬ made and President Graddy will have his road built and the cars running through to Georgetown before we get through resolving talking and surveys have been V J doing nothing This is an age of push energy It will not do to say and dtsh Im in favor of the road but I dont want anything done until we can be pefectly sure of the grou d we are going over and that the road will not be a mere switch c Â¬ Let us take hold of this proposition with a vim and determination that will snatch success from the very verge of defeat and make the road what it ought to be and must be i Already towns that are envious of us and jealous of our position are chuckling and laughing in their sleeves at our slow going movements in this matter Awake arouse fellow citizens before it is too late Â¬ 1 and promising oolt now on his first legs Dck Tate who is en Â¬ tered lor the TreiMirers Stakes in the August Kentucky Derby is a regular ilyer and that he will disThe latest sensation in higher count Ten Hroook and Longfellows We would like to say a word to economical buyers about a large stock circles in this city is the pugilistic best four inie gait We all know mill between two of our first so of hats we have on hand and do not want to carry who have seen him joined that ciety young men on Tuesday last over he is a stavtr from eend to eend We have filled one of our large It appears that a grudge had ex Â¬ show windows with them One of the men who made the isted between them for some time owing to remarks made b one of brutal assault on Rev Steve Hoi them at which the other took comb last January was arrested 2 was agreed that in Cleveland Ohio on Sunday umbrage It He gives his name as Henry they should each choose a friend last and at some suitable place fight Hoggs 1 he other two were Kd the matter out under the Marquis ward Loomis of Cleveland O We think this should sell every one in a weeks time and Harry Lewis of Louisville of Queensburry rules Accordingly they chose their They are all professional cracksCRUTCHER STARKS men and j killful burglars The friends and repaired to the 6Main Street country near the residences of Mr officer making the arrest thinks W L Collins and Mr J Polk that he will soon nab the other Conway The ground was chosen two DO YOU KNOW WHAT MEANS m and they went at their work with Col C E Bowman recently varying fortunes until the seventh removed from the position of round when one of the gents Government Statistical Agent of could not come to the scratch for the Agriculturial Department has the eighth round Time was called been appointed to a position under The parties shook hands and re- the Interior Department 11EALDW We be- turned to the city with their lievo it is called Insnector of honah satisfied A few o TimliAr fh ic rrrhli nhmif tf Arn bruises and the guying of their c lees ann evneisp lnrluned friends is all there remains to tesMr Thos J Brislin and bride tify It represents something yon like nnd appreciate It illustrates our method of do desire to return their heartfelt ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you see A special gran d jury was em- thanks to Prof Wayland Graham PRBAOH HONEST VALUES by and the ladies and gentlemen who Tils is paneled on Tuesday last PRACTICE LATESr STYLES cu GUARANTEE FAIREST PRICES Judge Montfort to investigate the rendered such elegant music at row in Craw in which John L their wedding last week OUR STOCK OF- Kahy was wounded on Monday night FOR REPRESENTATIVE We hope that this jury will in We are authorized to announce JAMES AN DREW SCOTT as a for Representative indict all the disorderly houses in from Franklin county candidate to the action of the subject If Democratic party that sweet scented rcsiion former grand juries had listened to the appeals made to them many C E COLLINS Come we will treat you right Remember Square Dealing at would have bee avoided crimes DEALERS IN and much suffering and demorali- Â¬ GENERAL zation prevented among the young men of this city one in our estimation and be Â¬ sides will not involve such heavy expense in building a road as none will be required HATS HUTS HATS Â¬ Former Price 250 Reduced to 100 THIS Â¬ d f Â¬ Â¬ wM JMiwy -- I V m Â¬ Boots Siloes Hats stationery Etc if BR0 R K MgGLURRS I KELLEY OHIO KY The Colored State Normal School It will be remembered by our Â¬ v te readers that some time since the Commissioners to locate the Colored State Normal School met here and accepted the proposition made by this city to locate the School on the Fort Hill It appears that at the time the negotiations were pending the colored people agreed to build the road to the proposed location In making the surveys and estimates for the same it was discovered that the road would cost more than double the amount at first supposed The title to the property was also discovered to be in such shape that a clear title could not be obtained The City Council then determined to obtain other grounds for Acthe location of the school cordingly arrangements were made forthe purchase of other property Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Thos F Humphries jr of Utica New York who has been spending several months with his father in this city died on Monday Mr night at 1230 oclock in failing Humphries has been health for seme time and thinking a change of climate would be beneficial he came to this city last December but has been confined to his bed most of the time since his arrival and for the last few weeks has been gradually He was a sculptor and sinking while at work several years ago a piece of marble flew into one of his eyes which destroyed the sight and rendered a surgical operation necessary The operation was such a severe shock to his nervous system that he never recovered He leaves a widow but no children He was buried with the honors of Odd Fellowship on Thursday evening last Â¬ HARDWARE DR Bluegrass Farm for Sale IN OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE and Building Material Taints Oil Glass Lime Cement IN FRANKFORT grass FRANKLIN COUNTY KY Us MILES 2G5 I from Frankfort on Lexington turnpike acres 130 acres In cultivation lie ncies In blue Blacksmiths and Waeon Hikers Material Iron Field Seeds Harness nd a tine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Broadway aud Lewis Streets SATURDAY PBBY 12 1887 SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 Or Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLIND and BLEEDING FRANKFORT Feb 24 KENTUCKY ITCHING PILES the Brlnkerhoff System nnd u cure Is guaran teed In every cate of tiles NO KNIFE IS USED I NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO TAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED By 1 Â¬ tf PUBLIC SALE We will offer ut public sale on grass and 6 never falling springs ot limestone water this farm Is admirably fitted aud Iniroed for either stock or dairy farm or both combluid A rare opportunity Is offend to mi r one desiring such a farm at a very reasonable price Terms one third cash balance 1 2 A and 4 jenrs notes to bear 6 per cent until paid Terms may be vari- Â¬ ed Title perfect Apply on the premises to the undersigned executor M IMPROVEMENTS DWELLING Brick and atone containing 9 room and 4 cellars surrounded by Urge lawn tet with forest trees und targe slirubbcr OUTHOUSES Laborers quarters smokehouse stone dairy 2 stables 1 corn crib 2 large bams carriage house poultry house and yard stone-line- d ice house Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden Ice pond stock lots well watered Ftnces princi Â¬ pally stone and plank all land surroundtd by very durable fencing Soil rich mid well adapted to cultivation of tobacco corn small gralus and all grasses Because of Us accessibility the supply or J DUDLEY FISTULA IN ANO 1887 Is cured TUESDAY MARCH 15TH On the premises the farm formerly belonging to the late William Pottle containing FLSMJUES Cured without cutting or tearing The Commissioners met here U T t Walter F Jones General HAVE YEAR AN UNSURPASSED FOlt SALK Oft KENT Gents Furnishing Goods Agent of the Provident Savings WE stock of THIS and Fruit Life Assurance Company has ORNAMENTAL TREES In Stock and all Kinds of DWELLING A FRAME cistern smoke CONTAINING NINE rooms house and necessary written policies to the amount of Grapo Vines Asparagus and outbuildings on St Clair street Apply to Shirts Made to Order FRANK CHINN Atty at Law or 5iooooo in this city in the last LOGAN MuKEK 4 St Clair St general Send Strawberry Cata two weeks The most phenome- logues forwo have Nursery andbut sell at honest no agents prices the weather will permit nal experience of any agent who j friends will see ever came into our city We trust that the A DOUBLE FRAME COTTAGE by EACHfeetEND containing four rooms lot 75 and Direct to 1J2 lo COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS AND K1TCH on Cioss street A en South 60 by 200 feet locued ongood cis cated Frances Cumpbell formerly the property of Conway Mrs lot the wisdom of the action of the speaks well for the plan of the Will sell either poitlonor street Frankfort Hydrant aud H F HILLBNMEYER us ti Whole H s GAYIE tern In the yard For terms apply at this ofllce Council in this matter The new Provident Savings Life For terms apply to U R Wllllauu Feb KWm Lexington Kr 1WC1B U Deo lb U Mr Â¬ Â¬ on Saturday last and the formal tender was made of twenty three acres of ground near the residence of Col John L Scott on the Georgetown pike at the city limits The offer was accepted and the proper legal documents will be delivered to the Commis- Â¬ sioners on Saturday next The Commissioners will advertise for bids to construct the proper buddings next week so that the work may commence as soon as There is but one objection to the new Post Office and that is there is no outside box in which to drop letters after the office is closed at night and before it is opened in the morning The will remedy this matstreet boxes ter however when they are put Â¬ The great bane of Immunity Is cured If the pa of good farming land Terms one third cash the tient does not call too late This Is the greatest secret enemy of mankind und a disease of which balance In one and two years C D PATT1E little or nothing was known befoio the BRINK- II lATTIE J ekiioff uistwenes Many patients are troubled with constipation or occasional attack of dlurrnea FebSMWt lame back headache djspepsla Itching Increased at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not aware It Is caused by ulceration in the loner bowel It Is now a well established fact that many disÂ¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system ure either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of 1ILES FISTU PROPRIETOR L B MARSHALL LA UJSSUKfcOrKtUlALi VLVtM Â¬ 160 ACRES RECTAL ULCER THORN HILL POULTRY m Ul t up i m TREES REFERENCES R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg W J HUGHES Frankfort horns Buff Cochins Black Javns W F RICHARD FERGlSON Frankfort B Spanish J M WITHROW Lexington EGGS FOU SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST Dr Kelley can be found ut his Cincinnati offlce every day of each week except FRIDAY und SAT 200 Per setting of 13 URDAY Pamphlets describing these diseases nnd this A few settings before March 1st nt 1 mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad pur betting of 18 eggs dressing Feb 12 2tn IV M D 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 Â¬ w a Â¬ KmXSISfiiSTnSimlmiHlTii MimVMMVMNMiUMMUM Â¬ I KELLEY TREES 22- - CONSULTATION FREE 2G -- a Dec ly COMPLETE LINE OF fl Â¬ the Planter POI3 S AX FOB SALE Â¬ Â¬ I s wilw iM- - ffH 4Av iA JV J- - h a i J tT T Si WlrruVrg4ifJBai I Â¬ Mr Howard Black ol this coun- - From tlie Financial Center Tlie Delightful Liquid Lax - MitfffUftfrt RMfrtHttflfl HAPI Wfl VALUABLE AM UtiflUti Y H NAM ative ty sold on Saturday a nice saddle I litive HUilered from catarrh urn PKAN1JFOIIT FEBRUARY 2fit 1887 Syrup of Figs Is a most agreeable and harnc8S marc 7 ycars old td bronchitis for ten years I used al most every kind of medicine that and valuable family remedy as it is T wish to heU My uimdencein sovtm Mr S Stevens ol New York fof promised a cure but without iuy easily take by old and ynunir and D D Rev J T Hendricks S2CO a lilnrk rrfidiiifr rnmhined permanent result for good Dlsap- - is prompt and effective in curing lartfo brick stirviincs room brick con house unit 0 0 will preach it the Southern Prcs saddle and harness horse to the pointed and disiouraued ana almost iiaoitual ioiMtiimtion and the many Hmwe swum ioruoiniioresnu cows aieiioi without hope it the suction of a ills depending on u weak or inactive bytMian Gun di at n oclock to same party price privirei friend I commenced the use of condition of the Ividnevs Liver and no mi ie wtu Ihe City Water Works a uiniain Also some buiidinc llhl8 W Swiffs Specific some three or four Howels It acts irentlv strenirthens Si b morrow m irnni4 months ago lam delighted to say the organs on wldeii it acts and Wo are glad to note that the MKS C0L J0UK1T I write awakens them to a healthy activity cured The children of the City School bill to increase the petlsidn of Gen that I am entirely be On the premises this that others may benefitted by For sale by were given holiday on Tuesday it Speed S IVy of Danville to I m Chapman Gayjk my experience for I have excellent 550 health and have gained twelve t being Washingtons birthday per month has become a law pounds since I began the use of Oranges 10 cents per doaen at Mrs FARM FOR SALE S J Holiuiiiiins corner of Main and A rommil ee was appointed by Gen Fry Wad a brave and gallant Swifts Specific F Hajkock MiLLKit FINE FARM LOCATED FOUR MIIFJ Ann streets No Willi Htieet A nortlieiwt of Frankfort Kentucky contain the Board of Trade to act with the soldier in two Wars and is now Ing You can save money by buying Council Committee to look into torallv deaf from the effect of New York Oct 28 1880 your paint at Gray Churchs hard Â¬ 105 IlooMfl Fort IlHtfT Any one the question of opening the gas wounds received in the late war ware boue of good land which can nil be cultivated wishing to rent desirable rooms in well at the corner of Main and The Improvement consist of u two icitl a half We would be very much obliged ffmne liotise Come in and see our cheap story large cellar of twelve rooms ami klhhusit one of the best neighbofhoods in the with High streets Good well of water and cistern at the door to any ol our friends who know of city will do well to call at this office neckwear in all colors and styles Stables corn crib Krmary and litckittiltli shon all new Will be sold dn reasonable teriiMi We are glad to state that Hon any sales of horses stock c These rooms will be rented furnishep Weitzel ODonnell Thtre Is a new tenement liouse containing four roims blithe place W J Chinn who has been so and especially of trotters for or unfurnished Rlmematism and Neural- For particulars address S ItAUTIN seriously il at his residence in this which there is just now great de gia Cured in a Days Franktort Ky Or Inquire on the premises city is slowly but surely regain mand if they woill let us have We have a beautiful new line of The Indiana Chemical Co have ing his health and hopes soon to the items We ish to make our Kid Gloves in all styles which discovered u compound which acts be about again paper interesting to all our pa- Â¬ we will fit to the hand and guar- Â¬ with truly marvelous rapidity in the To the Interest of Farmers cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia trons and we want our Iriends to antee We guarantee it to cure any and FOR SALK I HAVEnorthern white2100 BUSHELS OF FIH3T The Board of Trade have re- Â¬ help us Let us here from you Seed class Wt every case of acute Inflammatory miles north east oftrankfort Oats on my farm oni ODONNKLL WEITZEL knonn antheSt Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 Fence farm Farmers In want of seed otts wilt quested Prof Proctor of the Geo- Â¬ by examining my and to Judge R E Gaines has invent- Â¬ The man that couldnt tell the dif DAYS chronic give immediate reaÂ¬ save money 40 cents per busheloats befoie purchaj logical Survey to deliver a lecture Ing Price cases and effect lief in JAMES A HOLT ference between a mules ears and a Feb 12 6t on the resources ol Kentucky at ed an automatic steam pressure lemon can plainly see the advantage speedy cure On receipt of in their next meeting It is earnest- Â¬ regulator which was tested at the of buying his boots and shoes at stamps we will 30 cents anytwo cent send to address ly hoped that the Professor will Capital City Machine Works on M cClures after exu mining their goods the prescription for this wonderful compound which can be filled by Saturday and did the work and hearing their prices accede to this request your home druggist at small cost splendidly The Judge will takeWe are prepared to show our We take this means of giving our discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ The friends of our railroad in out a patent on it at once and gentlemen customers the Gold ting it out as a patent medicine it Scott cointy m t at the Court- commence to manufacture them and Silver Siiirt at seventy five being much less expensive We will house in Georgetown on last Sat Â¬ for sale gladly refund money if satisfaction is cents and i oo One of the best hot given urday and appointed a committee The Indiana Chemical Co Weitzil ODonnell On Friday evening the 18th in- Â¬ made to attend the Paris conference on Crawlbrdsville Ind stant Elihu Durbin of Lee Wednesday last The committee Three ties for fifty cents at Paint brushes oil and glass at hard was a good one and vill material county Kentucky was killed in a Weitzel ODonnells pan prices at the hardware house of singular manner He was on a ly help the cause Gray Church Any one wishing hauling done raft of saw logs on the Kentucky promptly can be accommodated by See Gray Church on Main street The Board of Trade held a river fifteen miles below Irvine in calling on G V Mitchell on Holmes before you contract to have your meeting on Monday night last Estill county when tlie wind street or leaving the order at G C house painted FOR PITCHERS and they will save and after the transaction of routine which was very high blew the Shaws flour store 4t you money business upen a motion to that board shelter which was on the The freshest canned goods of nil Mack Suly ers wishes to announce effect the following gentlemen raft over striking him in the face kinds tit Mrs S J Bohaunans to the public that hi Premium Bi were appointed a committee to and knocking him backwards on is now ready and on the con Sam act in conjunction with the com- the raft In the fall the back opened D Johnson Co have just market and sells tit the lowest prices a large assortmentof Arosine tf mittee appointed by the County part of his head struck a log in- Â¬ Itibbosine Chinile and Etchings Ken- Â¬ juring him so that he died in a few Silks and Cottons in all shades Mass meeting to visit Paris One hundred styles of pocket Centaur Liniment is tho most tucky and consult with the com- minutes wonderful Pain Curer the He leaves a wife and Felts China Silks Scrims Canvas knives to select from at Gray Fancy Cords c world has ever known Churchs hardware merchants on mittees firm Scott Bourbon several smalj children KSJiSSSSa Bath and Montgomery in regard Persons wishing their gardens Main street Sign of big anvil Twenty pounds New Orleans plowed up for spring planting would to our new railroad which meetAA per dozen for solid nickel sugar 100 seventeen pounds do well to see G V Mitchell or silver tea spoons warrant Â¬ ing was held on Wednesday last C Extra C sugar i oo fifteen leave the order at Geo C Shaws ed twenty years at viz E L Samuel R K McClure GRAY CHURCHS 4t pounds granulated sugar ioo at flour store General Insurance Agent Geo A Lews M P Gray and Call and examine Mrs S J Bo J Heeneys For Rknt A bouse of seven George L Payne batmans fine new stock of fancy gro- Â¬ rooms second door below Washing Â¬ Office on Main St Opposite Fanners Bank REPRESENTING The most particular man in town ceries ton on Broadway Apply to R M 15 Leading Capt B C Milam of this city will have no trouble in selecting a American and Foreign Coamd Aldridge tf Mastin Bros sole agents for the manufacturer of the celebrated hat at McClures This firm seems WITH OVER Farmers having real good butcher to have the happy faculty of pleasing Olliver Chilltd Plow and repairs fishing reel has just completed a iooooofooooo ASSETS stuff on hand which they wish to sell VEHM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM lROPall tastes will receive the highest market prices l erty lowest rates Agent beautiful silver reel which he deA fine Hue of Table Linen at by calling on Alack Salyers 228 Main Steamshipat Prepaid Ticket sold Anchor Line of from any point Native Clover and Blue grass In treat Urlttaln or Ireland Aprl7 ly signs making a pi cseut of to Presistreet fl4 tf Weitzel ODonnells seed sold by Mastin Bros dent Cleveland Capt M PKAM tDIJ i KOUlMHAUUlT rKSSSSl ACRIiB 5 Â¬ Â¬ Children Â¬ Oisloria F ET7GHES Â¬ i Â¬ 4u Â¬ Â¬ dont Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ agree with the President in politics but admires him as a fisherman The President will be better equipped for his annual fish next year than ever before If you dont believe it ask Uncle Lee Watkins The reel was forwarded W on Saturday to Mr Jas Blackburn who will turn it over to Senator Blackburn and Hon W C P Breckinridge to present to Mr Cleveland As an evidence of the high regard in which that fine young stallion Pretender the property of Mr S Black of Silver Lake is held by the Stock Farm breeders and owners of fancy trotters President M H Smith N railroad has sent of the L his fine young mare Miss Ada full sister of Aldine by Almont out of Mother Hubbard to be stinted to Pretender Thte mare is a good one herself apd has the best of trotting and racing blood She is a rich blood in her veins black points and stands bay with about futeen and a half hands high upon clear cut legs with an Almont head and neck Â¬ - We are informed that the steamer Favorite on last Friday evening passed one hundred and fifty rafts of saw logs on their way to market within a distance of twenty five miles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Call on 0 E Collins Bro before purchasing your builders hardware paints carpenters tools fanning im Â¬ plements field seeds wall paper ami decorations and they will save you money 4t to purchase a nice building lot can hear ol one by calling at this office Wash offers a small lying near the for sale or column Mr Any person desiring Â¬ Crutcher of Jetts farm of 10S acres Forks of Elkhom rent another in m Â¬ A splendid new line of wall paper and decorations and lowest prices at Mm S J Bohaunaus FRANKFORT KENTUCKY C E Collins 4t Huo PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS lit Foil uent A store room in Belle Ifhen Baby mi tick we KTe ber Cwtorla WILL and adjacent counties OFFIC- E- U When ihe itiu a Child the cried for Cwtorla point Apply to 11 C Nicol talrs over Judge P U Majors onice Canned peaches tomatoes When she bocamo Miss she cluug to CMtorlo Jan ii tf corn peas beans c lowest Lemons 15 cents a dozen at Mrs S Wlua ahe bad Ubildnu ihe gave thcai Caitoria J Bohaunans comer Main and Ann prices at J Heeneys streets DR J COLLINS Sam D Johnson Co have a Tho finest Havana cigars for five If you want a good juicy steak most attractive stock of French cents at Mrs S J Bohaunans sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack OPP satines of superior quality and store No 22i Main street OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMAN Teeth extracted palu byth Flour 105 per hundred at Scot Salycrs Dr use ot Nltrouue Oxide ortoughlng gas opposite Duvalls residence finish Tlie finest and freshest fruits at Coal in tlie world for The Bust at lowest prices at Mrs S J Rohan Cuts BruisesSalve Sores Ulcers Salt nans Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Hands Chilblains Corns and all for Prompt Delivery Full Seeds Blue grass clover tim- Â¬ SkinEruptions and positively cures Weight family use Prices Bottom othy oats and hemp seed at Mastin Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Bros Telephone connection No Mi money refunded Price 2f cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Syrup of Figs GEO B MACHXIST Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ Dont Experiment nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco FRANKFORT KY Dec8 f Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ You cannot afford to waste time in tive It is the most easily taken experimenting when your lungs are ami the most pleasantly effective in danger always remedy known to cleanse the system seems at first CotiMimption Do WM CROMWELL only a cold not when bilious or costive to dispel permit any dealer to impose upon headaches colds and fevers to cure you with Attorney-at-La- w habitual constipation indigestion Dr Kings some cheap imitation of New Discovery for Con Â¬ etc For sale in dl cent and 100 AND sumption Coughs and Cold but be bottles by Chapman Gayle sure you get the genuine Because be more profit he A beautiful line of Swiss Ham- Â¬ youcan make something just may tell T7ILL PRACTICE IN THF COURTS 0 he has as good V Franklin and the adjoining counties and will bIvo siwclil burg Torchon and Smyrna Lace or just the same Dont be deceived and also of real estate attention to tho imrcniLsa collection claim but insist upon etting Dr Kings and sale negotiation of loans of rents opposite Oiiioe the at Weitzel ODonnells New Discovery which is guaranteed June 25 ly to give All kinds of fancy groceries at low Â¬ Chest relief in all Throat Lung and bottles free est prices at Mrs S J Bohaunaus at Josairections Trial Drug Store LeComptes JAS A VIOLCTT JAS AKUKKW SCOTT corner Main and Ann streets Large Bottles 0 SCOTT VIOLETT Bananas oranges lemons etc at Bucklens Arnica Salve Choic Cheap A Real Estate Aget 1 S DENTIST tows fl4tr S MiUl lMSiiMAi AI Ufa AkiSii rrpxp m w G reStt5iiiiZJ jn X f ft i fv uLhmtfjJgaMy MMmrnIBBMHttrCMrMa El IScliicatioiial Tlio KducatroVial Mass meeting of the Eleventh district TeacherV for the counLicM of Association Anderson Fayette Franklin Jes ami Woodford samine Scott which was held in the Court house at iicxiugton on last Tucs day was tdtYi posed of the star cciutMfoiB of tin- State and will long be i enu inhered Ah the great clocks in that beau tiful tity ceased chiming the hour of 1mi Col T Hunter President of the meeting and County Super intendont df Schools for Franklin arose and called the meeting to I hen the divine blessing ordu P Was invoked by the Rev J Walker of the M K Church Prof L II Pixton of Scott was nominated and elected SecreÂ¬ Â¬ Si was vocifer ously called upon He came forth amid greetings and modestly xplaincd in a logical and biblical manner how the poor farmers and teachers have been sat down upon to the the disgrace of the public schools in Kentucky Adjourned until evening EVKNING SESSION of Public Instruction Â¬ - Â¬ r i 5 i Ifi EJ Rk 9j N rJ tr fs rt r - -- m Graddy Woodford county President of the Versailles Moore tary and Midway road Bourbon J M Ferguson and Pr f J D Pickett LL D Judge Bush of Frankfort J W Allison and State Superintendent ol Public President of the Paris George Franklin D W Lindsev and Instt notion aildiossed the meeting town and Frankfort Railroad Com rrank Liunn His address on Sch ol Finances pany and Charles Hall of the Montgomery M S Tyler and did not set in to elicit applause Kentucky Union Railway Com- Judge H C McKee Mi s Migcjio Downey of Frank pany were present in the interest Scott Judge Jas F Askew She modest Â¬ fort wu called for of their respective Companies and S M Davis ly stepped forward and read a Judge Bush of Frankfort subIt was moved by M S Tyler chaimintr ossiv which teemed mitted the following proposition that the conmittee here appointed North with wit and humor The Paris Georgetown and shall appoint alternates in case He said he was as good a Dem- Frankfort Railroad Company pro their attendance is impossible Prof L H Paxton of Scott presented his theory on conduct ocrat as any in the South and that poses 10 construct ana equip a The motion carried The com ing County Associations which every sane man whether Demo- first class railroad- from Frankfort mittee reported that the place of crat or Republican must agree to Georgetown Paris and thence meeting of the committees for conWas warmly received Pi of R L Garrison of George- with him in his heart that the sys eastward Sterling or sultation with Judge Bush shall be to Mt town electrified Iiib audience by tern of slavery ought to have been Owingsvillc to Prestonsburg or in Paris and the time the 3d of the power and splendor of his elo abolished years tigo Pikeville to the Virginia line and March California has Si 5 per capita theie connecting at he most eli- Â¬ quence He was greeted with On motion the resolution of All who desire full informalion about while Kentucky has 165 and yet gible point with the Norfolk and Mr Samuel favoring the P G the cause and cure ot Blood Poisons wild applause Scrotula ad S rotulou Sveilu1s Ul crs Co Western railroad upon the follow and F road was Prof Bartholomew of Louis- the firm ot Carlisle Pickett reconsidered Sores lvhcttuuiirt i Kidney C iplaints we hae ing conditions ville was next called for by the seem to believe that and on another vote being taken Caturih e- l- can Mvnru by mail iree a Ho delivered one of enough President First That the counties of was adopted the vote beinjj taken copy of on- - 12 page Illustrated Book of Wonder rilled with the u yit wonderful e have not space here to Franklin his brightest gems on Schools and Scott Bourbon and by counties Bath Franklin and and stating proof ever before known Mr Bartholomew print his entire speech but must Montgomery or Bath each sub- Montgomery voting for its adop- Addre s School Men BLOOD BAuM CO has a splendid barritbne Voice of admit that his marvelous and scribe for a reasonable amount of tion and Bourbon and Scott vot- Â¬ Feb lD lm Allitntu Ga lengthy speech elicited unbounded stock of said railroad company ing against it On motion which he has great control For sale by W 71 A VERILlj the v applause Adjourned until afternoon and pay for the same in the bonds meeting adjourned Country inssplo syrup at 81 2 per Col Hodges introduced Miss of the county to run not exceed- Â¬ Daisy Parrent the little queen of ing thirty years to bear interest -- AFTERNOON SESSION Resolutions of Respect gallon at Mx s J llohnntwis Daisy is about 12 at a rate not exceeding 6 per cent A Cbnnco for Health A very appropriate prayer was Bridgeport At the Baptist Sunday school vears old and her recitation in per annum payable semi annually Is affouled those fast sinking into a conditio offered by Rev Bio Stafford of of hopeless debility The means ureal hand the play of Jamie Douglas aston to be issued as provided in the on Sunday Feby 13 a commit the Christian Church In the form of a genial medicinal cordial ished the vast audience Hostotterd Stomach Bitteis cmbodits the charter of said company and de- tee was appointed to draft resolu President Hunter introduced the Mrs S N Williams ofCatletts livered when the said road is com combined qualities of a blood fertilizer and poet laureate Col Thomas B tions in regard to the death of depurent atonic and nnalttrntiie While it burg was introduced in a brief pleted and cars running upon it be Â¬ Ford of the State Capital Frankpromotes dlgostlon and assimilation and a devoted Mrs tween points designated in each Miss Sue Robinson appctito has Mr Ford illustrated the Ne speech by Col Hedges fort teacher in that school who made stimulates the llfo current the Anther effect of purifying and strengthening ceisity of Compulsory Education Williams is a lady of the highest subscription the nervous system As tlio blood grows order of talent and is Matron of the following report on Sunday Second That work shall be in Kentucky He exposed in richer and purer by its use they who resort brilliant language the sophistry ot the Kentucky Normal School commenced in good faith upon the Feby 20 and the same was unanito this sterling medicinal agent acquire not shall we location and construction of said mously only vigor hut bodily substance A health- Â¬ the parties in power who rather Her subject was What is viz adopted ful change in the 6ecretIom is effected by it inMid rapid road and that the same shall be and seek to destroy than to build up a do with our gills What the Wn ureas It has pleased God Whichthat Mtro obstruction physlcul decay n chronic trinsic value of our society girls national system of schools completed within a reasonable to remove from our midst Miss of the system produce is of the functions He nirested The 3 of disease lielng removed health was greeted with rapturous ap- We are sorry that space forbids us time to be agreed upon by com- Sue Robinson a most estimable prime cause renovated uud vigor restored speedily Mrs mittees giving her address in full representing said counties Christian young lady and teachor plause Williams exposed our worthless and said company Dr J rice s flavoring extracts Col J O Hodges of Lexing- Â¬ in this Sunday school therefore society girls and was greeted with Â¬ I lespectfully submit the above ton a gentleman profound in learnResolved That whilst we de- olive oils salad dressing catsups to committees representing each plore the end of a life so useful c at J Heeneys ing and dignity introduced Miss sensational applause Col Hodyes introduced another of said five counties now assembled Nellie Baine of Lexington whose little fairy queen from Bridgeport in Paris and respectfully request and promising we feel that God Champion and Thompson seed essay was so rich in merit that it who is all wiie has for purposes Miss Ethel Ctutcher of 12 who them to agree upon what would beyond our vision seen fit to take sowers at was ordered to be printed Mastin Bros The Honorable J D Pickett recited a comical poem so well be a reasonable subscription by her to Himself and that wc should State Superintendent arose and that she would grace the boards each of said counties to the bow in humble reverence to His She was loudly stock of said company reproved the President for touch- Â¬ in the Bowery Upon the will applauded AFTER DINNER conditions aboved indicated and ing upon the financial condition of Resolved fuithei That we deMiss Katie Shipp read a parody if they so desire I will bring beMiller Indigestion lerhons the public schools The friends sire to pay humble tribute to the can iirre t wiio progressfrom that imiuftit the of on Stantons Moneyless Man fore ya sub committee of one or memory of one who in life exemVf Mr Pickett were seen to blush malady by the use of an itfScr diiiner ompo eil that pill tone with shame at so untimely and in such elegant elocutionary style two from each of said counties plified the truest elements of the to the mstoiiiuli prcwut it will gie roan lieaitburii that she literally brought down the within ten days from this date at uncalled for a speech Christian woman and who was a the lier to healthfult action invigorate In otiiIi the the city of Paris a party or parties faithful loving and earnest teachei the Mduio and t litispioinote tlio at t i ity President Hunter arose and ex- Â¬ hou e of llic natural oiwui Col J O Hodges made some who will plained the abuse of the General undertake to constiuct in this Sunday school inouincnt of the Motniicli and bowel- and were M tllllt i 1111 Ollllde School Fund which elicited some happy closing remarks which Hun- and equip said road and fully sat- further that we should take the AVKItH lIM9 HIC niildclutuallc pro Â¬ their action ihotuh well received then President isfy said committee of their ability example of her life as another eviapplause duce the nboe iculK They af o in curing Constipation icinovc the eati c of Miss Katie Shipp of Versailles ter announced the meeting closed to do so upon the the conditions dence of the beauty and goodness lllliotWJicr oinplaint Kidnej i to meet at Catlettsburg above indicated She read a was then introdnced ciiscltliciiuiiii iii mid mum other serious of the religion of Jesus Christ One word more County School uilnicnN W P D Bush beautiful essay which won for the Resolved That we extend to her Superintendent Cassidy of LexPres P G andF R R Co of the charming girl the admiration bereaved family our heartfelt symwill please accept the ington Judge Bush stated that it was pathy and direct them to the God contain no mineral nor poisonous Mtb enlightened audience for his thought Franklin would subscribe in whose faith she lived and died Ktaucc mid do not giijic tinhi the Prof B N Grehan was invited thanks of this Association to the memundivided attention bowels arc in itated end even tlini their to the front Mr Grehan is a bers and visitors 150000 Scott ioc 000 Bourbon for the truest consolation in their influent u is heiiiing To continue their X Y Z diet t in coiidlputi d orcliionlc casts ibey deep scholar who goes down into 250000 andi 50000 from either bereavement ucidonh betaken in tliinlni iiing instead Bath or Montgomery the Latin roots to found his facts Resolved That a copy of these of inert itsiiu tlo cs 1 or KKintu and in Â¬ rly habitants J le spoke at great length on the Representative Citizens of Mr Graddy said he had no prop- resolutions be spread upon the countries or turulci in Mir inc Htlled not at vhere phjsiclnns present mismanagement of the Five Counties Confer with osition to offer but would like to minute book of the Sunday school hand they are of iiiestiuinhlc alue hardly a fdckuio they school system quoting Shake President Busli Tlie have done so but by his charter and that a copy of the same be Tlieiolatei mid in most tats cine will not if taken diet Proposition to Con- Â¬ he was not allowed to submit a given to her family and to the city prniupllv To jouii lrls just altering He held speare and other authors upon womanhood mid lo women whoso struct tlie Road proposition to the people his audience by chains ofreason papers for publication pel lotl of irititcrnily Is drim intf on close Chas Stoll of Lexington read a ings itioderale toes inerclj Miss Maggie LeComptf Auis Pills inurn Paris Ky Feb 23 stiflielen lo ell regular action of this proposition from the Kentucky Rev G C Kelly of Frankfort Miss Ellen Williams A conference of those favorable bowels will be found of Benlead a lengthy address on the Henry C Murray to the construction of a railroad Union Railway Company which Incalculable Value had been addressed to the County efits of Educational Newspapers Committee from Frankfort via Georgetown rmPAitri iiy to be used in schools Bro Kel- Â¬ and Paris to Virginia met in this Courc asking a subscription of Co Lowell Mas C Aycr Newest things in English walk- Dr J lys address was warmly received city to day The meeting was 250000 from Bourbon county Sold by all Druggists Judge Matt Turney of Paris ing gloves at Sam D Johnson Prof T M Goodnight of called to order by John T Hinton rendered a who moved that Frank Chinn of made a short speech advising county Simpson Cos Red Front Store 217 St lengthy discourse on the Future of Franklin be elected Chairman caution and urging the delegates Clair street PUBLIC His ad- - and that F L McChesney and to act upon the proposition upon Schools in Kentucky dressed was logical and comman- John A Ramsey be appointed strictly business principles Elgin creamery butter forty WILL SlLL E L Samuel of Frankfort of- cents per pound at J Heeneys T tlaj FebiutiryAT IlllLIC SALK ON SATIM- ded applause 1 117 to tlio highest Wilder Secretaries The object of the the folltMlnjitioilbHl pioiKsrty I cow and calf Prof Ed JPorter Thompson of meeting was stated by the Chair fered the following resolution 1 2 hoisex iiln uncoil 1 rovkuwa jiIohh and ftiriiltuieetc Harrisburg Owen county and after which the names of the dele- Â¬ which was adopted Northern Early Rose Potatoes bar r hh liout cliuM ami kitchen wile Any of the Tjntiri li Utinwii on day or utio nroiiiut will be sold at private bale to date Resolved That it is the opinion for sale at candidate forState Superintendent gates were enrolled as follows Mastin Bros Feb lj it Mita KIIA Hawkins H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ President Hunter announced the meeting ready for business Afrcr prayer the Hon W M BcCkner Mr was introduced Beckncr addressed a large and fashionable audience on Popular Education in the South Ho ex posed the bigoted sophistry of arlisle Pickt tt Co who would rather steal from the treasury at Frankfort than touch that 77 oco oco ot Yankee Blair money now rusting at Washington The firm Co say we of Carlisle Pickett are doing well enough without Federal aid What shall wc do with the 100000000 accumulating annually in the treasury at Washington The Blair bill he said would bring millions to the South while pension bills consume it in the Â¬ Â¬ Philip N Moore J A E R Withers Joseph Moffat t James Medio J J Nos bitt John O Ramsey W C R Neshitt Gudgell M J Richart and C W Goodpaster Bourbon James W Ferguson Horace Mi ler John T Hinton John W Allison K K Thomas and James R Rogers Franklin Frank Chinn J T Buckley George L Payne E L Samuel R K McClure and George A Lewis M M Cassidy Montgomery M S Tyler Owen Laughlin R G Salyer T H Eastin John J Anderson and H Llav McKee Scott Dr C C Lewis Dr R M Dudley S M Davis and John J Hath Lee A Bell W of this convention of committees from Franklin Scott Bourbon Montgomery and Bath counties that it is more desirable to have the Paris Georgetown and Frank fort road built through their several counties than that the Kentucky Union should be built through any part of said counties and this convention proceed to coiHdef the proposition from the first named company J J Nesbitt of Bath offered the following resolution That a committee of two be appointed from each county to confer with Judge Bush of the and F Railroad Company and report at a day to be named in the future Tlie several county delegations selected the following committee Bath J A J Lee and P N Â¬ Wards Woes Maxkyh Oa Jnntmry 188i kith Ihuvo been n grout HiifTerer from n terrible form of blood poigon which run into tliocniidiry nml lhmlly it va pronounced tertiary form My head fneo mid moulders be Â¬ came almost a man of con option and llnally tne dixethe commenced ealiujr nwny my hIuiII lumen I became to horribly re niildivo tint for tlireo years I absolutely refused to let people He mo I used largo quitntilicH of mo d noted Wool remedies and applied to nearly all physicians near me bi t my condition continued to grow worse and all mud that I must rely die My bone bv unn tba neat of ovcrncialing nelien and pains my nighU we 10 passed in misery I mi tcducod in flesh and strength iiy ltidneys were terribly do ranged and lifo btca no a burden to me I en iiic d to nee an advertisement of B B B and neitt 0110 dodar to W C Birch moro it Jo merclinutt of our nlnco and they prooined 0110 bo tie for me It wiw iwed with decided bonelll and wlion eight or ton bottles had been useil J was pro nounced Bound and 7cll Hundreds of wears can now bo seen on me looking like a man who had been buineUiind then roplood My cams wn well known in thi county and for the beneiU of otheis who may bj similarly affected I think it my duty to give the facts to me public and o extend mv heartfelt thanks lor co viluablo a remedy I have been well over Iwelvo montlw and no retain of the dleiv lut oecuned KOiilJiU WAID Maxeis 4a January UtfT We the undersigned know Mr Kobeit Ward and take plidsu o in haying that the factn above dialed ly him aie true and thtt his was one of tae worst cithe of Blood Poison wo over know in our county and that lie has boon cuied by the uu of B B B Botanic Blood Bum A BuianisviT Merchant W G BiiioHmmi Co Merchants J II BuiourwiMji M D John T IIvut W j OiMiinLi For twelve or fourteen Â¬ 11 11 PG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ H- Â¬ Â¬ AYERS FILLS Â¬ our nevFkailroad Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ SALE Â¬ Viti 111 1 11 tVwmmiimmmmimmM 3WitfirisroiW - i mi r 1 1 tmIt irrniiiiiff V T r wv -- iJJV s iiXlX WEUfoFAtJk HJ imm nwrrjnwrirnir BUr EMM if iiTw wy7irirrr t f j ilmtaltmmmfmx-jrMzriWL-rs-Az-irir-- rjyjiiiiwrtManMiAWiaKqeMctni I n MUMwftiiimw isw i ijjm Miss R from a vim i relative in Morris has r turned Lo- Eggs plentiful Butter scarce Business booming More rain more rest s43c sS car nEZT s mlH K nil S- - h days Water and mud plentiful Allen and wife lr ve reÂ¬ Mr M Farmers shipping tobacco turned to their home in New York nfter a ten day visit to this ei y Mrs Fitzpatrick is here visiting Mis May Morgan of this county relatives left Tuesday afternoon for a isit to Mr Joe Holton is quite sick the family of Mr M P Cn ig at with pneumonia Salida Colorado I liffiwiHiillieiilBi Mis Mary Allen of Km nence Mr Charlie Hedges little boy 1 WHIiti IILh I m spent several days in this ei y the is very ill first of the week visiting reatives mid frioids Wanted more news from the Mr Titos Brawner of ltiel inond people in this section has been vMting relatives in this Mr H C Greenup has been city the past two weeks quite sick with rheumatism Miss Cordie Cannon has returned Government Building in this city of which the above is a cor The from a pleasant visit to Mrs II A Glad to see our little Rounda Guthrie in Lexington rcct picture will be completed to day and the Superintendent Capt bout becoming an overcoat Miss Torn Blackburn has returned V E Clrubbs will be relieved from duty on Monday the 28th Miss Carrie Alley was visiting to her home in Versailles from a vis The building was commenced in August 1883 and the corner- friends in Frankfort last week it to friends in tills city Mrs W S Dehoney has returned stone was laid February 4th 1884 to morrow Prayer meeting from a visit to relatives in Louis- Â¬ Capt D A Murphy was Superintendent until September 18S5 evening at half past six at the ville MNs J nana Hodman returned Sat Â¬ when he was relieved by Capt V E Grubbs urday from a visit to Miss Aliee The building and grounds complete cost about 150000 and are Mr Ryland Bedford made a Ilines in Howling Green last flying visit to Eminence in every way an ornament to the city and a credit to the Government is M iss Sue Wrisrht of Louisville week visiting Mrs V II Posey South whose officers now occupy it Side Services to day at Mt Pleasant Church at 1 oclock also to morMiss Lucy Stockton has gone to of Mrs J The row at 1 1 oclock Birniiinhani Ala for a long visit spent last T WilliamsMrs Eminence Â¬ and Mr V L McLean L C Kenweek with to her sister net receipts were over 175 dall Where is that old batchelor that Mrs Ann Edgar has gone to Bir Â¬ To cap the climax however promised to give us some news Mr Arthur Peter jr and family mingham Ala to visit her grand Â¬ of Louisville are visiting Mrs Ps and to the surprise of the vast au- Â¬ this week daughter parents Mr las M Todd and wife dience Mr V O Davis a promMiss Dorsey Stanton returned Sat Â¬ in this city Mrs Ryland Bedford spent last urday from a visit to her uncles Mrs James W Blackburn after a ising young lawyer of that place Monday evening with Mrs J H family in Jackson Tenn pleasant visit to her father Judge G and Miss Logan Turner a charm- Burdin of W Craddock has returned to Wash Â¬ Miss Henrietta Blackburn ing and beautiful young lady be- Â¬ Spring Station is visiting Miss Ilosa ington D C Mr F M Featherston and myStewart longing to one of the best families self made a flying visit to George Miss Mary S Milward who has Mr J Swiffcrt Taylor toft Monday been visiting Miss Maggie A Lewis of the town were married at the town last Sunday night for u trip to Mt Sterling on returned to her home in Lexington close of the entertainment by Welcome Woodlake and Sted bushiest Monday evening Rev Harry Henderson of the mativille Glad to see your smil Mr Tas A Hodges of the Louis- Â¬ Councilmen Lewis Mangan and ing faces once more in this paper ville Republican was in the city on Richard Ferguson left Tuesday Methodist Church Tuesday morning for a trip to Pensacola The handsome silk quilt made Mr H W Mcltery left Tuesday Florida by Mrs Wm Pryor which was The old and reliable firm of W on a business trip to Nashville Rev Thos J Stevenson of GeorgeÂ¬ A Gaines Co was dissolved on raffled at Woodlake on last Satur Tenn town who has been visiting friends day evening was won by Mr Bud Mrs Corneila AV Bush of Louis Â¬ in this county for several days re- Â¬ the 17th day of this month and a Hughes twenty three being die ville is in the city on a visit to her turned home Tuesday evening corporation formed under the lucky number Mrs Pryor realMrs Geo F Berry daughter Mr John C Trent ere who is dis Â¬ Statutes of Kentucky to be oper- ized 35 for it Mr Lee Dudley of Louisville tilling for Messrs Headley Peck V A to at Lexington is here for a few days ated under the name of was in the city Sunday on a visit BatdKiiob bis mother attending circuit court Co Gaines The new corporaMr V M Pool is on the sick Mr D P inter of Woodford Messrs Peter and Ben Dudley of tion is composed of Messrs Mar- Â¬ county spent Thursday in this city Louisville were in the city on Sun Â¬ list visiting his brother MrC C Furr day on a visit to their mother Mrs shall J Allen Frank S Stexcits Mr C M Sanford and Bill T Hiram Berry Geo H Allen and Miss Minnie Booker of Eminence J G Dudley Clarke are sojourning in Louisis visiting A B Hammond and Miss Helen Burns of Gratz Owen Edson Bradley jr with a paid up ville wife Bellepoint this week county who has been visiting friends The officers on the South Side returned home on capital of 600000 Mr J S McIIendrick and wife John Lee and Noel Lee made a arc Marshall J Allen President visit to friends at Croppers Ky of Lexington are visiting Council Â¬ Saturday man W 1 Hughes Mr Alois Fuhs of the firm of S Hiram Berry Vice President Messrs Henry Allison Chailes Bro left Tuesday for St Mrs S T Bailey spent several days Fuhs Andrews Bay Florida for the bene Â¬ Edson Bradley jr Second Vice Baker L T Rogers Curt Rogthis week with her mother Mrs J fit of his health President W E Bradley Treas- ers Joe Allison and Geoffrey AlliC Thornton in Versailles Ada Gaines urer George F Berry Secretary son returned yesterday from a Misses Fannie and Mrs Edith 8 Hunter of Wood Â¬ ford county was in town last Friday who have been attending school in This is one of our most solid trip to Louisville Nieholasville came homo to spend evening Mr Henry Rogers is having a Washingtons birthday with Capt substantial corporations and Mrs K C Berry has returned Sam Gaines and wife their parents and new dwelling house and blackthey are enterprising and wide from a pleasant visit to friends in Virginia We regret to learn that Mrs Geo awake ever in the front in all mat- Â¬ smith shop put up near Baileys Miss Todd SafTell is visiting Mr F Beirywas so unfortunate as to ters that look to the advancement Mill and Mrs S II Robinson in Ver sprain her ankle someltimesiuce and The sale of Geo Watson de- Â¬ ha been confined to the house ever of the material interests of the sailles Every- Â¬ ceased came off Monday since community Mr W II Allison after a ten thing sold at good prices days visit to relatives in this county N L Lee sold his farm near returned to his home in Richmond We sec by a letter published in The Carnival of Authors enter Va on Monday night here last week to Mr Henry tainment given by the ladies of the Boston Advertiser of February Rogers Mr Frank S Stevens of Swansea Mass who has been in the city on Versailles on Tuesday night last 10 1887 that the Phoenix Gold Marshall of Mr John R business for the last ten days lett for for the benefit of their Public and Silver Milting Company lo- Â¬ removed to this Shelby county has home on Thursday night Library was a splendid success in cated near the Hot Springs place Â¬ Mrs L C Kendall Mrs J T Wil liams and Mrs M P Gray have re Â¬ every way and reflected great in Arkansas and of which our Mr Wm Terhune will move turned from a pleasant visit to Mrs credit upon the charming Presi friend C E Collins is the Treas- this week to Harrodsburg to re- Â¬ Gill Satterwhite in the country Hunter urer has a perfect bonanza that side dent Mrs Edith S Hon David Pryse of Est ill county There were over five hundred of will rival Leadville in her palmiest mid Judge Geo W Gourley of We would call attention to the Beattyville arrived in the city on the best people of Woodford and days The letter was written by last Saturday evening adjoining counties present an expert sent out by Boston par advertisement of those clever and Miss Millie II MeCormlek who Among those who took part in ties who were thinking of making reliable gentlemen Messrs C E lias been staying with her sisters Bro in this issue of our family for some time past has reÂ¬ the entertainment from this city an investment and this is the re- Â¬ Collins turned to her homo in Shelby were Mr Willougltby Rodman port he makes and advises them paper Iin lMimii Averill Iuim i from u vl U to friends in Lot Isvllle Mks Vlodep Helm is tlie nest of Mrs A V Overton South H de Miss Alice NHsou spent fluidity With vwR U Hull r tihnv H lefomttp will leave Monday Tor Los Anjrles Cil fornia Ml Rue Bush left Tuiliv morn I v141 lo fiitiids in Lor Bville Ink Mv R h Ritniuol left Tuesday morning for n visit to Louisvil e Major V V William mid wife werein the city on Wednesday iN s Tsalvi Pferimr of Kmitenee rs vi ciivr M l s Fannie Hullo Mr Web Gnday of Nt liville this Tenn lias been in the eit week 3Iis Fannie IndloeU has been miite sick For the lnt two or three Isville turned - F - w yJ - Jif fr s VVc are to go ahead and invest ThUEE LITTLE LIVE9 sincerely rejoiced at the prospect In RMinny lionl win woU ro fair IK V tWl flltl tttllot li inalout caiv ahead of our Friend Collins II veil und lo itu aul mihcdin filco Lllioi and ro tn r11 pansles thfoo deserves success t Tlio Illy vnt frail and dainty ntlfl pure I A Spalding J Buroly no nisi The Mdns ould her beauty t nduro h I Thompson and John D Young Hut In r d il atj liro In llio oitl proved bravo V0011 Into a nuord oa a licrotf yrnvc have Commissioners Railroad Tlw roicn that blusicd la tin mornlnj llht been in session in this city this Still breathed out thtlr fragranco nt dead of nhbt week Promt of HHr mission tliny daintily rest In a clcamln Knot rt my la iys breast We regret to learn that two of Tin RWM t littlj pansba wiv s nt over llw ojai the children of Mr M P Craig In n ttcr ti t or two linli of bcai ta raH v Iti an oid mans iibb thoy have Mapt man are formerly of this county nin ilutt with bU tcrr ill at their new home And oltju bu wattw their -rdangerously uaduiphli linns in Salida Colorado I 1 j I I Forks of ISIkliorn WSfwVmKst 1 lilliUSBH nriiiilllif H rtl NJ ft h HKIKilHIfl Â¬ Â¬ In n Mexican Tliratre very funny custom of tlio theatres here 11 tliojr mnncr of loejhv their rc being tzv fc t ujjjttun llo niurkcil upon it Ijjr binrJl holes in wJileh When yon huj tiro j mo I wooden is a rcbuvod crfc tho licLct Keller lernovea tho iLj n lli j holo you luivo selected and nt toyou nsyonr check Tho tblKvJ liow tliu boat it dv inates by tlio Icutli or color of the lie As soon aa tho act crop falto every gcntlcuian puta 01 liij hat rib j in his oeat end turns the lionso through alutt to tho hij lorgnette Thoy subsequently pass Lito llio aLlc3 to greet their friends and remain thcro untl tho promoters bell waiJid them thai mother act id about to begin Then they hurry to their placed cud remove their ha3 Tho up pcaranco of a 2Ieican theatre between the acj itd aiobs crowded with grojpu of men talldng und gesticulating wiluly vuul 1 cauto an unsophisticated American to tnmk that free lights were in progress all over tho house Very few ladies wear hats or bonnets in tho etrcet sub btiiuting black lace mantillas instead and oven these aro dispensed with at Ilia theatres tho hair being elaborately dressed and as tlio majority of llio gen Â¬ tlemen ure in full evening dres3 tho ap Â¬ pearance of a lexicon audienco is very brilliant Cor Pittsburg Dispatch O110 1 oj 1 rc aljvof talg Evolution of Intention Facts and natural laws known for years a3 curiosities aro taken up by some inventor who fails in the attempt to render them of practical use then a second geniu3 takes hold and profiting by tlio mi3take3 of tho first produces at great cost a working machine Then comes the successful man who works out the final practical design and whether making or losing a fortune yet per Â¬ This courso manently benefits mankind is exemplified in the address by tho relation of tho growth of the steam engine and so with other inventions The steam Â¬ boat was being developed from 1700 to 1807 tho locomotive from 1S02 to 1800 tho telegraph from 1729 to 1814 tho sewing inuchine with its 2000 patents from 1700 to 1800 and the reaping machine for soventy iivo years the last successful man adding but little to the work of his forerunners The ride has been that the basis of Buccess lay in a thorough acquaintance with what had been done before and in setting about improve Â¬ ment in a thoroughly scientific way Popular Scienco Monthly Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tow Ceilings und High Ones The stmitary institute of Great Britain has discussed an interesting paper in which tho writer argues that ventilation Uiat is tho constant cliango of tlio at Â¬ mosphere goes on more satisfactorily in a room with a low ceiling than a high one Tho argument is that to havo the currents of fresh air circulating only in tho lower part of a room leaving tho up Â¬ per portion of tho air in it unaffected u practically a much worse way of ventila Â¬ ting tho room than with tho samo move ment of tho air to cut off tho upper stagnant portion of it by a low cpiling for tho stagnant atmospheric mass under tho high ceiling although motionless keeps actively at work under tho law of tlio diffusion of gases fouling tho fresh currents that circulate beneath it while with low rooms and high windows no accumulation of stagnant air can exist tho hot and foul atmospheric strainbeing swept constantly from tho ceilings in the currents just as dust is swept from the floor by a broom Boton Budget The Gout In America The goutliati not yet become so exag- Â¬ gerated in its symptoms here as it is in England Tliero ure occasional patients who suffer it in the extremest degree but in genend it is less pronounced and stub-Â¬ born under treatment It has not become hereditary with us in short But that wo will get tliero in due time there- can bo no doubt Tho manifestations of American gout aro in tliis much different from the English that it attacks our women mora numerously than our men Tins may be accounted for by tho active lives our men live and the sluggish ami idle existences of many woman whose means place them above the necessity of domestic labor Inaction overfeeding or overdrinking bring tho gout on to tho Englishman of tho novels and the farces and inaction and pampering send tho twinges into our womens pretty toes Alfred Trumblo in Now York Nows - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ loor rhloi Miss Dudely Mr Snobberlyf Snobberly Yes struck tho bono Miss Dudely Did tho littlo pet bito you I am afraid bis teeth I hope it wont hurt him They did Poor little Fido Texas Sifting -- A Uyy M in fl F2 t f iftpSnsS in the ground be long The Presbyterians have endless variety Examine a good strong church ilso the catalogue for this as well as other Mt thodists and Episcopalians Letter From Florida things I shall name in this let- The Catholics are building a large ter mangoes specimen manuo house on Orange Avenue near OithAttttO FiA Feb 21 1887 tree in fruit alligator pear avo the Arcade Hotel one of the On account of nn increase in our business we linve removed our store from Ann St to Jtm Roundabout cado tree in fruit chirimoyas I popular hotels of the place We did Hot got my Inst letter Main Stred Next Door to llie Engiiw House lound an oigamzation here of the fnnilcd in time to get it in the cninmoya tree in fruit sapodilla papaw christian thuich meeting in Where we propose to keep as complete n stock in our line as any liouse in Kentucky Issue I intended at least I suppose sapodilla tree in fruit papaw tree in fruit tamarinds Wc hiive secured the agencies for the hest goods known to the trade viz Odd Fellows Hall every Lords not as it Was not in I did it of rot do not tamarind tree in fruit star apple Whether you got star apple tree in fruit guani OLLIVER AND SOUTH ISKN1 CHILLED PLOWS know haVe not received your lat banas ycaco dates cocoaiuits me iuiius aooui raiseu 10 uuiia issue look for it in to nights mail AVERY MIKE BKINLEY STEEL PLOWS It was iny intention to write every coffee tree Japanese persimmon tne house The ladies of this a gret many varieties s mc of church had tables at the fair sold other Week And have done so but which measured six inches around ice cream sherbert and other Uucss on account of the last not HINDERS REAPERS 8 MOWERS MCORM pomegranates a great manv varie eatablo and netted about two getting in on time there will be We have al o added to our stock A stranger was two straight issues with them in ties and by the way they grow on hundred dollars BUGGIES SURREYS 110 A CARTS If this is too much for you lav it frees or bushes Chinese quince in attendance yesterday the ser- Â¬ Japan plum I name a f w to vice was through he arose and over to smt yourself SADDLES AND HARNESS Those of said he was a iitrantier here he I hnv i ist come up to inv flour give you onlv an idea FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY store from dinner Hefore Ic ivhig my friends that want to see about was here thiee years ago when Call ami see us all the varieties must read the here was no organization he now the hotel I looked at the ther JIAKTLN BROS 1 lound a respectable number le mometer it was stinding at 86 book send 1 must say the vegetables on held up a twenty dollar bt lie This morning at 7 oclock it was exhibition beat anything I ever wanted to leave with them to get a We are having verv little 60 1 never saw a Of communion service rain here now in fact I believe saw grow out of the earth cosrse they as well as all the brighter prospect There is cer-Â¬ Not much this is the dry season I saw turnips tainly the material lor a good IS rain now until about the first of fruit was select that would weigh ten or more foundation for a prosperous church July when the rainy season comCabbage as much as of this denomination in OrLmdo mences and lasts through Julv and pounds t en ty pounds Cauliflower let- Â¬ We are at home with them Aug 1st Today while walking WITH THE celery parsley onions throwing in our little mite out I picked up a handful of sand tuce watermelons toma Hefore leaving Floiida I want It wtstvt hot to hold comfort cucumbers ably Although the sun is hot toes peas soup beans squashes to visit the Gulf and sea coast so hot that it has heated the side s eet potatoes and a thousand We have already seen much more Ever brought to thiscily in Look at the than any one has ever seen in f the house too hot to hold my other vegetables kand on for any length of time book most eveiy thing in it was one or more winters spent in QuwMeClasswMLw But I cant tell all Florida by the fair just held there is a constant breeze under shown The art and fancy work would We certainly have seen the best an umbrella or in the shade one ANE have been an honor to any State of everything in South Florida is comfortable I mail you a premium list and to have had them 011 exhibition and South Florida contains most k regulations of the South Florida I never stopped before to look at everytuing in the State woith see Â¬ lie Of all descriptiois bur here 1 did ing Exhibition that was held here such things These things were all shown indi1 take back nothing I have writcommencing last Tuesday and XjIRCrEST continuing through the week vidually and by countiis each ten in any of my former letters or The lace track that I wrote you county trying to excel the other but the longer I stay the more Hernando county took the favorably am I impressed with STOVES about where we could see the GRATES from our window has been premium over all for best display things in general races Braes Goods Goal Hods Vases In the past two They even had oats corn and fenced in Yours truly wheat that w uld have done an weeks Orlando has tried herself And nt prices that cannot be dupli John E Miles cated ever seen in one House in The corn She is on the boom and stie de honor to any State Frankfort before Dont for was small ear but perfect and serves to be Her people are For Nineteen Years get the place alive and wide awake The sound The oats were in the suffered with JNO T BUCKLEY For gro winds were near our hotel also straw unthreshed heavy heads eczemanineteen years I of the doctors From all I could learn I believe called it or as some my ankles I St Clair Street It was in connection with the race erysipelas in track The sound of the hammers Hernando county has the best endured untold pains and anguish from a large number of workmen soil for every thing that any county with only now and then temporary reÂ¬ lief from remedies applied by the best were heard from very early morn- Â¬ in the State has Eighteen You will find the last thing in phy icians in the country the use of ing until late every evening until months ago I commenced they had erected five or six large the catalogue is the races There Swifts Specific with but little faith houses one hundred and fifty or were a greit many more taces as every other remedy had failed Â¬ with a two hundred feet long each to than are in the book and we I used five Ibottles and day that grate testify to I am ful heart exhibit the products of South saw I believe every one We well It brought me relief when all Manufacturer and Dealer in sat on the veranda second story of else hid failed Florida They were all filled Mrs Lutica Jackson Tuesday morning I got a space our hotel and could see better Athens Ga Nov 2 188G if we had been on the track to exhibit our flour in the building than Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ that contained Orlandos business and only saw the horses run did eases mailed free department and by the way we not see nor hear any of the betDistillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery The Swift Specific Co Drawer They have made the track 3 Atlanta Ga are set down as one of her busi- ting a splendid one They took the ness firms DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Spring Hill muck out of the edge of the I scarcely know what to say Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly r how to begin to say what I do lake and put it on the track which Miss Lena Craine of Stedman- Attended to say lo make it in as tew words was sandy and rolled it so it was town is visiting friends and rela- Â¬ as possible it was the grandest smooth and springy to the horses tives at Spring Hill Agent for 3ST3D lEITGKrifcTIE sight I ever saw I had no con- feet The fastest time of trotters and 3 V Craine and wife have Mr J ception of what it would be I was 234 which I consider pretty Columbus Steam Pumps good for even Kentucky horses just returned home from visiting stood in wonder and amazement 123 Lewis St Near the Eivor Frankfort Ky E SEND FOR PRICE LIST have a great many good her brother Mr L A Young Wednesday morning it took all They Madam Rumor says there is to hands up to Tuesday night the horses here on the whole The first day of the fair to get things horses I see around are mostly be a wedding at Spring Hill H G in anything like shape on enter- Â¬ Kentucky horses a great many Guess who by Kentuckians The ing I told my wife and little owned DEALER IN- The boys are talking of building daughter to take care of them- Â¬ people are from all parts of the a new toll gate here close to CAPITAL But selves go through in their own country and the world Cochrans distillery Wonder what way and spend their time to suit few Germans here the soil around is up themselves as they intended to here not good for gardening Mr L A of Spring Hill took spend the whole day I would do They say it is good but this is one evidence to my mind it is not a flying trip to Steadmantown tfhe same To describe my feelings I can The English have large settle- Oh mv 342 MAIN STEEET fcC sever do it I have seen a great ments around Orlando cultivating We are glad to know that Mr One man or men Jack Craine is better many fairs and exhibitions in a groves mostly PORTRAITS IN CRAYON Comics Folss and Window Fisiurei aumber of States Illinois Indi- or a company have two hundred ana Ohio and Kentucky includ acres in the Caster Oil Bean Saved His Life ANDALSO- the technical name of which I ing the Louisville Expositions in A SPECIALTY This plant Mr D I Wilcoxson ofHorse Cave Louisville several years do not recollect her Ky says he was for many yeurs FRANKFORT KT but never in all of them grows better and more prolific badly afflicted with Phthisic also 227 MAIN STREET xhibits than anything I have seen in Diabetes the pains werealmostuncn style furniture constuntl In stock saw anything that so impressed All the latest Of all Sizes at Eeduced Price May 8 1 y Something entirely new to Florida It is the only thing durable and would sometimes almost me tried It is true I have seen known that does not need fertil throw him into convulsions He from Die w c MACKLIN L F C0MPT0N izing It grows from year to Electric Bitters and got relief ranges all my life have been in NEW PLANING MILL first bottle and after taking six bottles year never dies unless killed by was entirely cured and had gained in COMPTON range groves in Mexico 40 years MACKLIN ago but to see the varieties here a freeze The past winter the flesh eighteen pounds Says he pos Â¬ M believes he PR0PK1ET0K8 eeen bewildered me Examine loaves only were killed I have itively not been for would have died had it the relief aifordeu Havingrecently added to his Establishment Ihe catalogue I send you under seen some stalks that were six by Electric Bitters Sold at fifty cents inches through Some say they a bottle by Jos LeCompte Ihe head of Citrus Fruits Mills 6 FirHt CliiHS Planing Mill There are all species of the have seen some twelve to fifteen -- HAVI THK TOLL- Is now prepared lo furnish all kinds of range including lemons limes inches through XT I forgot to state in my last that shaddocks grape fruit hundreds Orlando has two streets that have of varieties of each Bananas grow ATTORNEY AT LAW AMD MiNtTFACTURK- ing from the commencement to railways out to the city limits FRANKFORT KY Orange and Central Avenues ATjSO Ihe ripe fruit if it is fi uit and in Siz of the best grades of the best I forgot to tell also about the PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS almost endless variety Pine- Â¬ Scroll Work Stair Work Turning WILL Fianklln Flour made in the World Gallutln Boone Orlando is not behind and Grant counties Carroll Court of Appeal Owen apples and by the way I always churches in theand Office nareroom Broadway opp Capitol Squat Gottcn jut In tne best style iuugnt pineapples grew on a much in these If she is will not In the Federal Court in FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tree but they grow Look Out We Are Coming Â¬ Br rcS Aita Â¬ 1 - T jB CLCfelesr vm Â¬ STILL AHEAD Â¬ Largest Slocfo ancy 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