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The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY MARCH 12 1887 Number 26 A STUPENDOUS AN INSPECTION STOCK to SELECT FROM OBLIGATION TO BUY INCURS NO Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Cuffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed Mr A W Harper on Monday last purchased of Jacob Harper 44j acres of land near Midway Price 100 per acre HUDSON HUMPHRIES Virginia and are employed in Death of Mrs Lena Stewart Pusey preference to the Kentucky color-Â¬ Â¬ ed laborers because they work betLena The news that Mrs ter and cheaper as the contrac- Â¬ had died at her Stewart Pusey tors claim home in Louisville on Tuesday Capt John Abrahams one ofthe last was received here with sorrow owners of the steamer Grace Mor- Â¬ by her numerous friends ris who is a candidate for the Leg- Â¬ The remains arrived in the city islature in Henry county met on Wednesday afternoon and with a painful accident at Harpers were taken to the home of her Ferry in that county on Satur- Â¬ father Dr John Q A Stewart day He was kicked in the face where the funeral services took by a horse breaking his jaw bone place on Thursday morning at and knocking out several of his 1130 oclock teeth He will be confined to the After prayer and the singing of house several weeks a hymn Safe in the Arms of Dr J McCluskey Blay David A Peters auctioneer re- Jesus ney read an appropriate passage ports the following sales of stock of scripture He then read the on the streets Monday following beautiful tributerfrom the 13 head of yearling heifers price 11 per head pen of Hon Jas A McKenzie an steers price intimate friend of Dr Stewart 10 head head 19 per who had known the deceased 1 old cow 2250 nearly all her life 1 horse gelding 95 IN MEMORIAM 1 old horse 1525 A beautiful life has been rounded by a 1 horse 60 A heart instinct with gentleness sleep 1 horse 35 Â¬ Â¬ CASSELL Terrible Explosion The Grace Morris went up the river on Sunday with a big barge of corn and returned with 300 barrels of whisky The steamer Hibernia passed up the river on Sunday last loaded down to her guards with a miscellaneous cargo and returned to Louisville Monday with a big trip m Â¬ C G Hockinsmith administra- Â¬ tor of Wesley A Gaines deceas ed sold at public auction on Mon day 24 shares of stock in the Peaks Mill turnpike Frankfort for 2 50 per share m Â¬ Â¬ Murphy who has for many years been Constable in the Forks of Elkhorn magisterial district resigned last Monday and Frank French was appointed to succeed him Frank will make a good one Wm Â¬ A large crowd appeared on the streets last Monday it being court day The usual number of swaps were made in trading alley and several horses were offered for sale but prices ranged too high for the times and consequently few sales were made m Â¬ -- Within the last two weeks several companies of laborers both white and black and carts and mules and wagons have passed through the city en route to the line of the Louisville Southern Railroad in Anderson and Shelby counties This seems to be a guaranty that the road will be rap idly pushed forward to completion The colored laborers are from Â¬ pletely wrecked Oivensboro In quiter At the conclusion a prayer was m offered and then the vast con- Â¬ The Verdict Unanimous course of weeping friends followed W D Suit Druggist Bippus Ind her remains to their last resting testifies UI can recommend Electric Bitters us the very best remedy place in our beautiful cemetery Every bottle sold has given relief in - Rev Z T Cody pastor of every rase One man took six bottles and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 Buck Run Church will preach at years stunding Abraham Hare Belleville Ohio affirms the Baptist Church to morrow Druggist selling medicine 1 haveever The best Sunday at 730 oclock handled in my 20 years experience is Electric Bitters Thousands of others Dr W I Kelly will make his have added their testimony so that is unanimous usual visit to our city to day the verdictcure all diseases that Electric Bitters do of the liver when he will be glad to see any kidneys or Blood Only a half dollar ut a persons suffering from any of the bottle Jos Lecomptesdrug store and one that for a moment only knew the 1 hcrse 535 unutterable tenderness a mother feels for diseases mentioned in his card in W H Posey Commissioner of her first born has ceased Jto beat Lena another column at his room at Louisville Tobacco Market the Circuit Court reports the fol Â¬ Stewart Pusey is dead One short year ago he Capital Hotel BY OLOVBB ft DUBBKTT FDBNIBKED PBO- m lowing sales made by him on Mon- Â¬ there were orange blossoms and the bridal PBIETOB8 LOUIBVIXLK TOBACCO WABE- veil gave added loveliness to her maidenly Mr J H Northcutt of White H0U8K day blushes to day she lies in the awful isola A house and lot on the Owen tion of death and the calla lilly the or Sulphur was tried in the Scott The sales on oar market for the week 200 chid and theascension flower- bestrew the Circuit Court this week on the just closed Amount to 3343 hhds with re Â¬ ton pike owned by Snellin ceipts for the same period of 8465 hhds wraps her kindred day In all 76 acres of land on Devils Hol- Â¬ turf that grace to womanhood youth charge of assaulting and beating Sales on the market since January 1st that gave to 23572 hhds low pike 82495 John C Haw Â¬ beauty brilliancy of mind delicacy of Mr Sam Thomas last fall and was amout again have to report extremely We Â¬ sentenced to con- heavy receipts and sales for the past kins purchaser feeling tenderness of heart loyalty of afÂ¬ fined 450 and in the county jail for 30 week The first three days of the week acres of land near Jett fection and the indefinable charm of man finement 12 former prices were well sustained the lat Â¬ Hoge ner that tends to mold and modify the de Â¬ days ter part prices have been irregularly lower Messrs Mason 1250 bleeds -- only sweet memories and unavailing re Â¬ A grets Age had not chilled her disease had not deformed her sorrow had not set On last Friday says the Hart- Â¬ its crown of thorns upon her disappoint ford Herald at the distillery of ments that are the doom of many were un Jas Metcalf better known as Jas known to her In the flush of lifes beautiful Cap near Mangans Station Ohio morning like a tired child by the wayside county the boiler exploded with she went to sleep to awake in the prophetic terrible effect the escaping steam splendors of an eternal dawn What fur and falling walls scalded and other- Â¬ ther word of consolation could we offer to wise severely injured seven men husband father mother sisters brother two of them Mr James Nelson friend and neighbor other than to ask and a young man Poley Hall that He who notes the fall of the sparrow were it is feared fatally injured and providently caters for the raven will in the way His wisdom sees the best pour The building and the stone wall balm and healing into every heart that which inclosed the boiler are com- Â¬ Â¬ m A JWn n Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ purchasers I To Owners of Pianos On account of the increase in my Â¬ tuning orders here I will visit this place once a month in the future Leave orders at Dr Averllls or at WM Culters agent for D H Baldwin Co rooms Jos Bitter velopments of a life she was queen of all our hearts she was the priestess of home with all its sweet idolatries the handmaiden of charity with all its tender graces the guardian angel of religion with all its wealth of promise Her going out of life seems the very irony of fate but sorrow for her going is soothed by the thought that she went at- a time when the sun was shining and the shadows slanting toward high noon and leaves behind her - m Mr J P Wayts of the Stone better grades remain as they have been The same may be said of old burleya Hines Lumber Company Cin The following quotations fairly represent cinnati Ohio visited his parents the market for new burley Dark Trash 175 to 225 here one day last week White Colory Trash 275 to 350 here he bought 200000 feet of Common Lugs not colory 300 to 400 Colory Lugs 400 to 600 West Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 lumber from Wakefield Leaf 500 to 660 thus combining business with GoodLeaf 1000 to 1475 Fine Select Wrappery Tobacco f neb pleasure June is a hustler on common fillers lugs and trash the t - t y - W i - 1 1 j t V K oia v -- r Wr 9Tf IHVW1 Eavn 31 -- CTI-50 Dozen Linen Damask Towels at The best Towel ever sold for ODF And the assortment complete We have a large line of special bargains goods which can not be duplicated in the market for the price and to be convinced call and examine our stock rtfiV -- IE7 o 25 25 mziljE TET oxrie STOCK IS- GOODS 7 W--- B ZBOTXCKEan which wc have assorted cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard 15 50 Dozen Linen Towels large size cheap at 25c so Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen at i6c 5 i k A large assortment of Hamburg Trimmings 1 h 1 1 No 1 in lot numbers 50 Styles in good quality and width at 5 40 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen x j j n Dnrpn Nankins- all Linen ner dozen White Damask Table Linen per yard from 25 cents to Turkey Red Damask per vard from 25 cents to We have received another lot of those cheap Bed Spreads at 100 125 and 50 cents 65 cents 75 cents 90 cents 25 Pieces of India Linen Checks at 25 India Linen Stripes at 25 India Linen Checks at Plain India Linen from 5 cents to -- 75 I - 00 75 St f No 2 xT and Fine Isinen 1 -- 30 Styles at 1 s3 10 12 No 3 -- 40FtyIesit 25 25 25 25 70 1 No 4 No 5 No 6 No 7 Styles at Styles at Styles at Styles at cents per yard cents per yard 50 10 r 20 cents per yard 25 I2c 25 8c These are special bargains being from three to sixteen inches wide We have also a large line of Swiss Nainsook Embroideries Smyrna We have exclusive control of THE GOLD AND SILVER SHIRT and Medici Laces in all grades We have all the new novelties in spring dress goods in black and colors and American Satines -- Dress Goods XCARPETS The Banner Sign Main Street Personals Dress Goods t CLOTHSX-WEXTZEL also a handsome line of French AND OIL We have added to our stock a line of Carpets Oil Cloths Matting and Rugs which we will sell low Call and see us OONNELL i t jjWV -- - spent Sunday in the city visiting his Welch Esq of Nicholasville were ily of Mr J R Hawkins jr in this Our friend Mr Jack Long is in the eity on Tuesday on business county and at Col John F Davis mother Hon Attilla Cox was in the city Hon G N Robincon of Shelby this city left for her home on the general agent of the Hibcrnia Mr Webster Gazlcy of Louisville on Thursday at Frankfort ville was in the city on Wednesday Tuesday last Give him a call was in the eity Sunday visiting in attendance on the Superior Court Mr Julian Stuart of Alton passed when you want shipping done Miss Lillie Choate is visiting in friends city on Tuesday on his Mercer county Misses Mattie Williamson Minnie through the Birmingham Governor J Proctor Knott returned return from and other Kent Fisher lion J M Posey was in the city on Wednesday from a visit to Mary and MattieBenson visited Miss points South where he has been Ed J Parker was on Friday on Friday trading Pattie at Lebanon on Wednesday He is and prospecting awarded the contract for carrying G B Mosely Sheriff and his two highly pleased with his prospects Hon O II Poston of Har rods Miss Nettie Pryor is visiting burg was in the city on Wednesday deputiesof Jessaminecounty brought the mail between the post office in this city friends Mr Geo four prisoners to the Penitentiary morning fin A Lewis left Monday on business Â¬ Buffalo New York to and the depot at the price of Mr and Mrs J A Coons are visiton Wednesday represent the Grand Council of Chas II Stoll Esq of Lexington ing in Danville Ivy Miss Lizzie Jett who has been vis Â¬ Kentucky Royal Templars of Tem Â¬ 240 per annum was in the city Tuesday on profes Â¬ Miss Cordie Jeffers is visiting sional business iting relatives in this eity for a few perance in the Supreme Council of friends in Lexington Â¬ the Order which met in that eity on The Steamer Hibernia arrived Mrs L B Warren and her mother weeks returned to her home in Rich Tuesday Mr Richard Godson of Midway Mrs Woodward are visiting rela mond on Wednesday on Friday loaded to the guards was in the- on Friday Mr Edward Foster of Lexington Mr Bob Hawkins of Lexington tives in Chicago spent last week in this county at was in the city on Wednesday and with valuable freight and leaves A A Duvallof Harvieland spent Mrs Dora Ferguson left on Tuesday ot his mother returned home armed with a new to day for Louisville the several days in the city She was for New York to purchase her spring tending been bedsideill license from the Judges of the Court who has quite Mr Jos LeCompte on Wednesday stock of millinery of Appeals and is now anxiously blocked off both ways Mr Orlando of Gaines waiting for clients who will be served returned to Lexington Mrs Mary Haycraft went to Louis- Â¬ Lauding Ark Crittenden been visit Â¬ with Tuesday on a short visit to ing relatives in who has Col Ed Ilogan of Louisville was ville A concert will be given at the this eity returned ests careful attention to their inter friends in that city in the city on Tuesday home Tuesday morning chapel of the Baptist Church on Miss Minnie Taylor of Midway is Councilman R Ferguson and L Hon E T Lillard of Jessamine Mr W F of Louisville visiting ner sister Mrs Kyland Jieci who has been Brewer his uncle Gen Mangan returned on Wednesday Tuesday the 22d hist The best Wednesday was in the city visiting ford in This county i Scott Brown in this county return Â¬ uuiii inu ouuui iminiiiii liii iiiiiiland instrumental talent of Rev J McC Blayney made a visi Mr Fred E Jouett of Louisville ed home Saturday afternoon to Louisville on Tuesday cola ami New Orleans They did tiie city will take part in the exer- Â¬ Col is visiting his mother Mrs Mr WT Bond and Miss Birdie not buy the whole South as their Mr C II Hoyt of Detroit Mich Jouett South Side Bond of Anderson county visited friends hereexnected but express the cises and the occasion promises was in this city this week Mr Harry Crittenden of Beatty the family of Dr J S Collins and highest 1m1ise of Decatur as the in every way to be enjoyable Mr J T Deakins made a business ville arrived in the city on Tuesday attended the Rhea entertainment on town that is ripening into u largest trip to Louisville on Tuesday size boom on a visit to relatives Tuesday On Saturday morning a freight Miss Todd Saffell has returned from A L Green how and wife nee Mr Miss Lulu McCormack of Shelby a visit to friends in Versailles Mr W L Collins fine colt train ran off the track near Pewee county is visiting Miss Bettie Rich Miss Same Duval I returned on Tues Â¬ day from an extended tour in the Frankfort is entered for the Boston Valley delaying all the passenger Miss Una Marshall leaves to day ardson of this county East and have taken rooms at the for a visit to friends in Midway Club stakes at New Orleans the trains five or six hours The train Hon W N Beckham of Shelby Capital Hotel Capt Thos G Poore made a Hying ville was in the eity on Wednesday which reaches this city at 520 in Mr W S Richardson of Nash Â¬ races to begin April I ith trip to Louisville on Tuesday on professional business Tenn is visiting friends in the evening did not arrive until ville Mr W A Sudduth of Flemings Judge W L Jett U S Post Oflice this county Mr Richardson was The U S Snag boat Kentucky after 10 at night burg was in the city this week Inspector spent Sunday night in the married to Miss Ida Turner of Shel Â¬ came up Saturday night to go to by last Tuesday Judge P U Major is attending the eity visiting his family Numerous communications have work in the pool of No 5 removCarroll Circuit Court this week Capt Hon J W Bryan of Covington Misses Jas Blackburn and daughters been sent to this office complain- Â¬ Henrietta and Daisy o ing obstructions Â¬ Hon Jas E Cantrill of George candidate for Lieutenat Governor Spring Station Were in the eity on town was in the city Thursday ing of the condition of the lower was in the city this week Tuesday last visiting Ex Gov L P As the President vetoed the end of the Flat Creek Turnpike Hon W M Beckner of Winches Â¬ Mr James A Hodges of the Louis Blackburn South Side ter was in the city on Thursday ville Republican spent Sunday in Mr Henry Becker of the Geoige River and Harbor bill it is not which we decline to publish Mr Ben Marshall made a business this city visiting relatives Mitchell Manufacturing Company likely that a great dealof work will thinking them better suited for the trip to Versailles oil Wednesday city Mr R K McClure left Monday of Cincinnati has been in thefurni- be done on the Kentucky river inspection of the grand jury the past wtek placing the new Mr Thomas Todd left Monday morning for Boston and Philadelphia ture in the Custom House during the next year morning for Waco Texas to reside to purchase his spring stock Mr H Casper purchased on Mrs Dr Neat of New Albany Mrs J M Stephens has returned Ind and Mrs Emery Ford and little Mrs Martin mother of Mr A W child was born near Utica Friday of last week of Messrs A Martin is visiting at Col J W from a visit to her son Mr Walker daughter Stella of Pittsburgh are Stephens in Knox county Tates visiting the families of Dr U V Indiana on Friday of last week Wcitzel Bros their fancy grocery which weighed but sixteen ounces and fruit store on St Clair street Mrs R O Cresap and children of Williams and J D Robinson Mr I Davis left on Tuesday for stock of Lakeland Florida are visiting the Miss Addle HaslettofChicagowho Its arms being only 3 inches long and will Cincinnati to buy his spring continue the business in family of Mr Willis L Ringo is visiting Miss Kittle Warren of goods is firsf class style is becoming quite and its legs but four inches It South Frankfort He has increased Mrs S T Railey returned Monday popular with her new friends in this Mr C 0 Furr and wife spent Hun well formed and healthy The the stock and will continue tn Â¬ Â¬ day in Woodford county with rela- from a visit to her son who is at city She is considered a beauty tending school at Richmond Ky parents ofthe child each weigh 150 keep the freshest and best articles tives Miss Miranda Davis of Ashley visiting the fain- - pounds and are in good health in his line Hon E R Sparks and John Mo who has been Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TI fJJWl VVTV 3 Young men come out and hear him Goliah is choice favorite for the One of the most brilliant society Kentucky Derby Look out for events that has taken place for the dark ones years was the marriage of Miss d The great Tre Maria Yeizer daughter of Mr mont is favorite in the Suburban and Mrs Edward Yeizcr Sr and Handicap the odds arc 15 to I Mr Thomas Hill of Chicago 111 against him formerly of this city which took place at St Johns A M E Mr Hiram Berry has named his fast trotting filly Nellie Orbison Church on Monday March 7th Promptly at high noon the rnd she is a beauty that will be bride who was handsomely attired placed in the much coveted 230 in bronze green marvellean satin list land natural flowers leaning on the Frank Siddalls has offered 125 arm of her future husband entered oco for Maud S Mr Bonner says the church to the beautiful strains there are some things that money of Mendelsohns wedding march wont buy and Maud S is one of where Rev G H Burks pastor them of the church awaited them at The horse who goes under the the altar The ceremony was brief but string first will be the one handed the little silken bag that contains yet very solemn and impressive his earnings and it will go to his being witnessed by a select few After the ceremony the bridal owner party and a few of the intimate It is the opjnion of people here- Â¬ friends of the contracting parties abouts that there will be no race repaired to the brides residence between Montana Regent and Vo Washington street where an lante as it looks like an advertis 444 elegant dinner was served ing scheme for Memphis only After congratulations the newly Mr R C Church bought for wedded pair left on the 2 oclock Church Brothers from E M train for Chicago their future home taking with them the besc Drum of Versailles the bay mare by Crittenden dam by wishes of all present The numer- Â¬ Mambrino Transcript She is in ous and costly presents was an evidence of the high esteem and re- Â¬ foal to Elverton spect with which both were re Mr Mike Collins on Tucsdav garded by their friends One of shipped to his brother Con Col- the handsomest presents to the lins at Hot Springs Ark two bride was an elegant gold watch fine trotting fillies The Ken- and chain being the gift of the tucky boy abroad delights to show groom Among those present Kentucky horses from abroad we noiiced Mrs lien of Lexington Ky Mr W Leslie Collins of Ben Franklin Mrs Julia Rice and Miss Eleese son Valley Stock Farm bought Marshall of Cincinnati Ohio and from John Camper a Mr dark iron gray gelding one of the 111 Wm Cramption of Chicago besides regrets being received handsomest coach horses in Ken- Â¬ rem a number of friends He is well gaited very tucky We wish the young couple kind and over sixteen hands high many years of happiness and bliss The brood mare Christine by Australian dam by Lexington has He Only Wanted Five Min Â¬ produced the following named win- Â¬ utes Washington Letter ners Montana Regent Waterloo and Bonnie Australian that won You were speaking of Stephen Christine was Field as a grave and sedate justice 15970 in 1886 bred at Fleetwood Stock Farm now that he is full of years and Franklin county honor and occupies a seat in one An Iowa circuit has been form- of the greatest judicial bodies in said another of the ed to take in Ledar Rapids Mar the world I remember him when shalltown Council Bluffs Omaha party but Mapleton Sioux City and Sioux lie was as gay and rollicking a lad Falls Good purses are offered as the best of us When the and several trotters from this coun- Â¬ mining camp at what is now Hol Nevada City was first organized ty will go there Bowen ton Col R P Pepper E W young lawyer Field was elected a Ayres R C Church and others justice of the pqace Probably will have representatives in the cir- the toughest member of the new camp was a noted desperado Jack cuit One da Reynolds by name Mr S Black had on exhibition Reynolds was arrested on a charge in this city last Monday his fine of horse stealing It was a trial black stallion Pretender by Dic- by jury with Justice Field presidtator first dam Winona second ing The evidence was not strong dam Dolly nam of Director 217 enough to convict but as every Thorndale Onward body was anxious to get rid of 222 We The reputation of Preten- Reynolds the verdict was J 225 der is already known all over the find the prisoner at the bar not United States and his appearance guilty but if he is wise he will and style fully justify the fame he leave the camp in thirty minutes now has and the promise he gives The verdict amused the young for the future justice immensely but he repeated it to Reynolds with due solemnity tlie Colored Citi Â¬ Reynolds whose sense of the ridic- Â¬ Anions zens ulous was quite as keen as that of the jury calmly replied as he iiv o II 1 gave his trousers an extra hitch Died infant child of Maria John- Gents if the mule dont buck son at 7 oclock Tuesday the 3d Ill be out in five inst three-year-olÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Horse Notes I State News The ladies exchange will meet at Mrs Cooks to night on Wil The Prohibition Convention kinson street which met in Louisville on Thurs Two of our teachers arc on the day the 3d inst nominated the sick list Misses Ida M Joyce and following State ticket For Governor Judge Fontaine C B Roberson T Fox Jr of Bullitt county St Johns A M E Church mem- For Lieutenant Governor W L bers and pastor have commenced Gordon of Hopkins county For their protracted meeting They Auditor of State Dr A T had four additions Wednesday Henderson of Carter county For night Treasurer of State L K Dyas The street running by the A of Grant county For Attorney M E Church is being McAdam General Hon Josiah Harris of ized It has not had a coat of McCracken county For Superin rock for fifteen years so says the tendent of Public Instruction Prof Daniel W Stephenson of community Bracken county Rev J W Wade the revivalist will be here Monday to assist A splendid new line of wall paper Rev G H Burks in the meeting and decorations and lowest prices at at St Johns A M E Church C E COLLIKH Bno It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ might be some cases of spontane ous combustion on the part of editor those who had to wait for Alfred Sanderson Esq colof the Western Broker a popular lector to make his roundsthe But Wo will offer at public sale on trade paper at Chicago in his last what of that it would only show issue makes the following compli the richness of the particular de- TUESDAY MARCH15TH 1887 mentary mention of a physician of posit On tho pwiiilRPH the f irni formerly belonging to this city the Lite William Iattle containing But has anybody askod the per It ts an old saying that a friend mission of the Frankforl Gas Co in need is a friend indeed and one to bore for gas The city kindly is apt to appreciate a friend when gave this corporation Terms its gas to01 ft111 and two years one thlrl cash tho one he turns up at an opportune mo- erty with exclusive privilegespropT for IATTli ment During the recent visit of something like a thousand years Keb2Mt JHIATTIIi the editor of the Western Dicker to or less and of course they will Louisville he was taken ill with a hold the auger vhile P the enter tw vmv Nt relapse of nervous prostration prising citizen is engaged in sink from which he had been suffering ing a shaft in the KENTUOKYS ROUTE EAST bosom of the for several months and which lower Silurian KOIt tnreatcned lor tlie time serious Franklin county has appropria M51IKT0I PHILflDELPKJA S NEW YORK In the emergency consequences ted money enough for turnpikes we woke from his slumbers Dr TUB OVIV LINE Wm Hume Harris who was a to almost build a railroad to guest in the same hotel who gave Georgetown and yet some of Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars immediate rcliet altliougn similar those influential fellows for whose 1011 attacks have puzzled some emi- special benefit some of the turn g z ssr nent doctors and the symptoms pikes were built refuse to assist FltOM It is their neighbors who were taxed have not since returned in our sphere to advertise to build their turnpikes in getting Lonisvilluliiiciiiiiili hardly Lexington medical men but as this gentle- a wee bit of a railroad to haul TO- man is just commencing the prac- their tobacco and corn and h gs tice of medicine in Louisville we and cattle and eggs and maple WASHINGTON CITY feel ourselves called upon under sugar to market for something Connecting in same depot with fust trains for Now is the circumstances to introduce less than half their value him to any of our friends in that that far and squar lte-7- city who may be troubled with What about that free delivery THE DIRECT ItOUTE TO nervous affections business from the Post office Is LYNCHBURG there a hitch Three or four or Dr Harris was for several years five or six months is a long time to JAX VILLI a resident of this city and only lo- wait when the m uth is puckered NORFOLK for the feast Whats the use of cated in Louisville last fall AND ALL POINTS IN holdin up a plum before a fellow and then mortify his feelings by TI1IIII1A UMUU Dry Bones suggestin that plums might make There is something fearful in him sick For tickets and further Information apply to Wake up jour nearest tlcket olllce the streets of Frankfort Such W V MOXHOE hills and hollows such mud holes A Ocnin Itcstoratlve Div Passr Agent Lexington Ky Hostetters htomach BUU-i-- aio emphatic and jagged edges it makes the W C AVICKHAM ally a genial restorative The chnnDes which H W FULLER heart sick and the head swim to this gveit botanlo remedy produces In tho 2d Vice President Gnn Pass Agt compass their heights and depths disordered organization are nluaj 3 agrce rtxrcly progressive never abrupt There are more than forty two rtbly though ami violent j this account It is admirably places where you can hide a pig adapted to persons of dellcato constitution Kentucky Central Kailroad of eleven months growth in the and weak nerves to v horn tho powerful min BLUE GRASS ROUTE middle of the street and nobody eral drugs are positively injurious Thai it Shortest and Quickest luiite from initiates thoso processes which result in tho notice any undulation in the surof healthful vigor la con CENTRAL KlflNTXUCKY it is taken face Only a few days ago a fel- Â¬ Bidcuoiislv ahown in cases whero ot debility to overcome that lrultlul cause TO ALL POINTS 6 for playing circus low got iidigestion coupled as It usually Is vlth biliousness and constipation 1 borough UI nits of cestlon regular evacuation and abundant SOUTH EAST WEST Ill SOUTHWEST across one of these in are and ninety nine secretion attendresults which promptlyItand be destruction Is Its systematic Use FAST LINK BETWEEN variablv against malaria more daily dance about their sides tho best protective diuretic LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI edges hoping to break a leg or mid u llrst rato disjoint an arm or contuse a mid Proclamation by the Governor SCHEDULE IX EFFECT XOV at 1S86 ribb and draw a pension from the In pursuance of a joint resolution passed Is there no balm in Gilead by the General Assemby of the Common city Xo 6 Xo 4 South Pound Xo 12 wealth of Kentcky calling the attention of E Daily bun Ex Sua Is there no physician there the people of tills State to the importance What may be said of the streets of planting trees for ornament protection 8 30 a m1 8 25 p in 2 00 p m is praise for the pavements of and shade In school grounds parks groves Lve ioington Falmoutn 10 03 mj y 35 p m 3 30 p in Eleven hundred ma- and other places and requesting the Gov C iiiliian Frankfort 11 04 a in 10 4 p m 4 39 p in a nijio 50 p in 5 15 p 11 40 to ple trees have a yearly contract to ernor be name a day upon which that work Arr Iiris Lexington 12 30 p m 11 co p 0 10 p m may given special inflict injury and gross damage on known and designated asprominence to be Lc Paris it 50 a iu 10 55 p m 5 20 p m Arbor Day 12 35 p it 25 p in o 05 p ni The camels of I J Proctor Knott Governor of the Arr Winchester these pavements Richmond 2 00 p in 7 15 p m Lancaster Commonwcilth of Kentucky do hereby 5 07 p in Egypt and Abysinia havent half o oc p m Stanford to the humps you will see in twenty appoint Saturday the 2d day of April dis2 00 p m c KichmonU be observed as siieli by all who may be 3 20 p in Dont posed to engage in- that interesting and Arr llerea minutes walk about town Livingston 5 15 hurt the maples but smooth thOir laudable work -- In testimony whereof I have roots and Cumpose the uprooted J i Xo 11 Xo Xorth Uound I caused X03 an impression of the Level out the holes J SEAL great Seal of the Commonwealth side walks J f Kentucky to be affixed at so the tiny No 13 slipper wont - - Frankfort the 26th day of Feb Lve Livingston 8ooam water of the last rain slush in the Bcrea 10 2j a ruary 1SS7 Arr Richmond swallow the and make the girls jli 45 a ni J PROCTOR KXOTT Lve Stanford so a m Hy the Governor gum they are chewing S 11 1 Lancaster J A McKknzii 11 oo a m Arr Richmond Secretary of Slate Rumor has it the county court Lve Richmond 30 p m 0 05 a m Hv II M McCun Y 2 45 p m 7 15 a m Arr Winchester has a scheme to publish a report of Paris Assistant Secrelaiy of State 1ira 800am t 45 p m the expenditures for several years Lve Lexington 5 P m 7 25 a m 3 30 p m S 25 a m 3 40 p ni Ii back from the county levy and of C COLLINS Cvnthiana 3 59 p m 859 a m 417pm Falmouth It is ex the financial condition 4 47 p m 10 03 a m 5 iS p m 6 00 p m Arr Covington 35 a m 645pm DEVIKItS IN- pected to be put in print as soon as those who have drawn the money MAYSVILLE IJRANCH GENERAL will report their names and how Xo 51 Xo 53 It may take sev much each got Daily Daily North Round Ex Sun Ex Sun eral years to get in all the reLve Covington 2 oopm turns and meanwhile most citiLve Lexington 725 a in 4 25 ji m 8 15 Lve Piri m 520pm zens pass to the home beyond 843 a ml 548pm but the court hopes and Building Material Paints Oil Glass Arr Millersbttrg the river Arr Carlisle Q05 a m 612pm Arr Johnson 9 57 a in 706 p m Lime Cement If to get there all the same iq 35 a m 7 4spm Arr Maysville any names or amounts are omitXc 52 No 54 Daily Daily South Hound ted it will make little difference in Blacksmiths and Wason Miners Material Ex Sun Ex Sun the unknown Iron Field Seeds Harness Mid a fine new Lve Maysville the balance sheet a m 1250pm 5 Lve Johnson quantity can be corralled under 633 am 129 pm line of Wall Paper and Decorations Lve Carlisle 725 am 2 23 pm the head of missing election re Lve Millersburg and at very lowest prices Cor 747 a m 246pm 8 15 a m 315pm Arr Paris A rose by any other turns Uroadway and Lewis Streets Arr Lexington 910 a m 610pm Covington Arr name smells as well 1135 a m 600pm -KENTUCKY The obituary record of defunct FRANKFORT No 45 leavu Lexington 800 p m arrive Paris Feb 24 tf 842 p in county expenditures would look NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Winwell bound in a volume together chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday with the published reports of city Direct connections made at Winchester with Chcsipeike and Ohio for Ml Sterling Ashland finances for several years past all Resi- Huntington Charleston W Vi and Eastern in red morocco binding beveled One of the Best Located Cities dences in South Frankfort Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester edges and gilt ornaments Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Some persons are getting fanat- Â¬ DU W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS and Washington Richmond Va and Winchester D C house and and lot 011 the corner of Cross and Through Tickets and Baggage ical on the subject ot boring for Main streets The lot contains about two acres destination readied by a railroad Checked to any lumco Is good For lull particdars address or call on any agent gas natural gas There is al ami the mid plumin trees repair There are apple peach hi abundance upon the the company or ready more natural gas produced place two largo pits stocked with Marshal Neil ofD A FEELEY S F B MORSE roses and a green house planted with roses and Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt daily in Frankfort than would run heated with llltchlngs Improved hot water Lexington Ky Covington Ky mills and factories if properly npmratus 350 II EHUNTINGTON Receiver TKRMS EASY W 11 HALL There Feb LtMy collected and applied Apply toDu General Offices Covington Ky Â¬ A Friend In Need PUB LIC SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 160 ACRES - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ a solid r Â¬ Â¬ YORK Coiirici-Jour-nci- L Â¬ ill IM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 111 111 111 Â¬ - I 1 Â¬ 111 1 111 1 Â¬ E BR0 I -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ FOB SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M FRANKFORT RO UN DA ROUT large in this section of the country is that we are too poor to live Entered at the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter otherwise than in subjection to the exaction of a railroad monopoly GEORGE A LEWIS we must in the Editor axid F vatelielier direction turn our attention moving of things that are around us and let others who are FRANKFORT MARCH 12 1887 disposed to benefit us by supply Deatli of Hon Joseph H ing our necessities do so by our consent and with our meager conGardner tributions If we fail to do this shocked on Frankfort will find herself before Our community was Monday evening by the announce- many days a way station for pas ment that Hon Joseph H Gard sengers only while the busy traffic ner of Magoffin county had died in the riches of the world shuns us at the residence of Mr M H P and favors our rivals George Mr town Versailles and Lawrence Williams sr of apoplexy Gardner had spent the day in burg who are now earnestly conFrankfort mingling with the testing for the vantage ground crowds of people assembled on the This is no idle fancy for already he was work has commenced on the railstreet to many of whom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well known and had announced road between Midway and George- Â¬ himself in a short speech at the town and when this is completed Court house as a candidate for the short gap between Versailles apHe Lieutenant Governor peared to be a man in robust health and felt no complaint until about 5 oclock in the evening Â¬ when a sense of dizziness came Southern at Lawrenceburg over him and his senses became The importance of filling this DEALING Dr Hume was hastily short gap will be so evident to the confused summoned who in company with managers of these two roads that Dr James hastened to the bed- Â¬ they will soon complete the con- Â¬ side of the sufferer and discerned nection and the route has already that life was fast fleeting The elec- been surveyed and agreed upon It represents something yon like nnd appreciate It illustrates onr method of do tric battery was applied but it fail It is therefore quite evident ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you see and at half that Georgetown becomes the im- Â¬ ed to revived him PREACH HONEST VALUES past six oclock he was dead portant point to be reached by a This is what we PRACTICE LATEST STYLES f M before yo1 Mr Gardner was a native of Ma railroad from Frankfort as it FAIREST PRICES GUARANTEE goffin county Ky In early life he seems to be a conceded fact that a OUR STOCK OF- was a succesful merchant at Sal railroad will be extended from yersville but since i860 he has Georgetown through the mineral St a SQoes He had fields of eastern Kentucky to the been a farmer and trader just returned from Macon Ga seaboard where he had disposed of some Eastern capitalists now realize jAs He had represented his the advantages of such a road and stock county and district in both branch rival companies are now combat Come we will treat you right Remember Square Dealing at es of the Legislature having serv ting with each other bitterly for ed as a member of the House of the right of way and county subRepresentatives one term before scriptions the war and as a Senator two The committee of citizens apRECTAL ULCER Bluegrass Farm for Sale terms since the war As a public pointed by the various counties The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa man he possessed broad and liber- Â¬ are now holding weekly meetings tient does not call too late This Is the greatest IN FRANKLIN COUNTY KY IVj MILES secret enemy of mankind and a disease of which 1 from Frankfort on Lexington turnpike 266 views free from the narrow at Paris to hear and consider proplittle or nothing wus known before the BRINK acres 160 acres In cultivation 105 acres In blue al ERHOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled truss Â¬ with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrnea prejudices so often found in mem- ositions from the Frankfort Paris IMPROVEMENTS lame back headache dyspepsia Itching Increased DWELLING Brlck and stone containing 9 at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not rooms bers of the Legislature He was Georgetown railroad company and 4 cellars surrounded by large lawn aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel forest It Is now a well established fact that many dis set withHOUSEStrees and large shrubbery a consistent member of the Chris- and the Kentucky Union railway OUT Laborers quarters smokehouse eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder nervous system are either caused or stone dairy 2 stables 1 corn crib 2 largo barns womb and tian Church a fond and loving company d aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU carriage house poultry bouse and yard Ice house LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER father and husband and had mar- Â¬ Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden The citizens of Franklin county REFERENCEa Ice pond stock lots well watered Fences princi Â¬ ried a niece of our pally stone and plank all land surrounded by very W J HUGHES Frankfort can feel no interest in the Ken- Â¬ durable fencing Soil rich and well adapted to Miss Pattie Marshal gave a so- Â¬ RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort M H P Williams sr who cultivation of tobacco com small gralus and all J M WITUROW Lexington tucky Union railway company be- Â¬ cial grasses Because of Its accessibility j the supply of Dr Keller entertainment on Thursday every day of can be found nt his Cincinnati officeÂ¬ grass and 5 never falling springs of limestone with nine children survive to cause it does not propose each week except FRIDAY and SAT to come evening uter this farm s admirably fitted and Improved URDAY for either stock or dairy farm or both mourn his loss Ufimntilota ffaarittittiop tliasA ritaAfiflAa iinri thla A rare opportunity Is offered to any onecombined to Frankfort under any circum- Â¬ desiring mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad- - j such u farm at a very reasonable price Terms His remains were on Tuesday stances while the Frankfort Paris dressing one third cash balance 1 2 and 4 years notes FOR REPRESENTATIVE to bear 6 per cent until paid Terms may be vari Â¬ morning shipped to his late home ed Title perfect Apply on the premises to the We are authorized to announce JAMES AN M I W I railroad company Georgetown KELLEY undersigned executor DREW SCOTT as a tor Representative in Salyersville by way of Catletts 212 2m W FRANK C1IINN proposes to build a road from from Franklin countycandidate to the acUou of the 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 subject burg Mrs M H P Williams Frankfort via Georgetown and Democratic party FREE 3T CONSULTATION Dec 26 ly sr and Ben G Williams Esq Paris through the coal and iron 1ST accompanied the remains KELLEY DR fields of Kentucky to the East OF CINCINNATI OHIO Let us then bend our ener- Â¬ IMIERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE The question of all others that 1 stockholders of the Franklin portion of the WILL BE AT THE Georgetown Paris now affects the happiness and wel- Â¬ gies to secure the success of the irankfort ut the DepositandHank ofTurnpike Com pany held Frankfort on G road and not hesitate Monday April 4th 1b7 for the purpose of elect fare of the citizens of central Ken- Â¬ F P ing a board of six directors IN FRANKFORT KY to vote a subscription of 150000 By order of the Board W1NGATE President tucky and more especially the ISAAC W J Lewis Secretary mar 12 lm SATURDAY MARCH 12 1887 Â¬ citizens of Franklin county is the to this road which will permaSATURDAY APRIL 9 1887 construction of a railroad from the nently locate in this county property Blue GrassPoultry Yards SATURDAY MAY 7 1887 of the company to the value richest mineral regions of Ken- Â¬ of of 300000 taxable for ajl time Buff Ooohins J B FootaadM M Con Dr Kelly makes a specialtyandcuring BLEEDING tucky to Frankfort BLIND From the tone of the press for county and municipal purposes ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan dottes and Johnsons Strains 150 per 15 throughout the counties of Mont- Â¬ More than this sum of 150000 At the junction of the Georgetown and Versailles By the Brlukerhoff System and a cure 1b guaran gomery Clark Bourbon Scott will be expended among the turnpikes Write forGwants Address teed In every caso of Piles GREEN Frankfort Ky J NO KNIFE IS USED and Fayette it would seem that laborers and merchants of this NO LIGATURE IS USED I the citizens of those counties are county during the construction of Frankfort Heating Co LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED fully alive to the importance of the road and 30000 or 40000 NO CHLOROFORM IS USED MEETING such railroad facilities and it is to will annually thereafter be ex A ers of the OF THE STOCKIIOLD- Frankfort Heating Compa FISTULA IIS ANO be regretted that there is not such pended in the county for wages ny is called to meet at the law office of B21iiUliUd19iH Iscured A a public spirit manifesting itself and salaries of operatives and James 22d Scott in this citytn on Tuesday FISSURES March at 10 oclock a COMPLETE LINE OF E P I1KYAN Cured without cutting or tearing that would make it practicable for employes of the road Mar io it PresUtnt S-A-tiese counties with the aid of Other advantages too numerous X Gents Furnishing Goods sufficient means to mention will follow the build- Â¬ FRANKFORT SHELB1VILLE Franklin to raise ROOMS AND KITCH In Stock nnd nil Kinds of 200 feet located Conway en lot A COTTAGE60OFbyTHREEHydrant andongood cis AND to build a railroad independent of ing of this road one of which the street South Frankfort tern In the yard For terms apply ut this ofllce FBANKFOET GE0BGET0WN railroad construction companies merchant and the laborer are alike Dec 18 tf Made in of MAIL L1NEH The merchant and thus save to the counties interested I F LEAVES FOE SALE OR PwENT thousands of dollars in the cost of Frankfort can then have his eastern WAGON Shelbyvllle at - - 700 m For a For ieorgetown at 1000 a m and management of goods delivered to him here for 26 construction MEETS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODOENOO T EAVE ORDERS FOR PASSENGERS ANT Visiting brothers cordially Invited baggage at Nick Howards Confectionery 41 A CHILSON N 0 the road But as the general cents per Hundred pounds ircignt J R Williams Sec same price now paid by Cin- uffiupbprietor SfmT April 17 tt opinion shared by the people at the Â¬ -- and Lawrenceburg will be the only link lacking in the connection between the Cincinnati Southern at Georgetown and the Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cinnati merchants instead of 46 cents the price he now pays The merchant can then sell them to the consumer for prices ranging from 5 to 20 per cent less than present prices It may be urged by some that our citizens of Bald Knob Benson and Bridgeport precincts are not directly interested in this road and will not therefore vote for the subscription In answer to the first proposi tion we have only to say that they have a like interest with all in se- Â¬ curing the necessaries of life at lower prices than the present and in securing cheap rates of trans- Â¬ portation for all our productions We cannot believe that any of our citizens who live in the por- Â¬ tions of the county above named are insensible to the benefits that will accrue to them from the con- Â¬ struction of this road It is true that the citizens of that portion of the county do not pos- Â¬ sess as much of this worlds goods as some others and they will re- Â¬ member the time not more than a dozen years ago when they were toiling and dragging along the mud roads and cried to the county court to help them out of the mire and right nobly did the magistrates come to their rescue by appropriating thousands of dollars out of the pockets of the people of the whole county towards building the turnpikes they now enjoy It is no exaggeration to say that at least three fourths of the money thus expended was raised by taxation upon the citi zens of Frankfort and of the county lying on the eastern side of the Kentucky river No complaint was made at this taxation but all cheerfully acquiesced in it as a public necessity altogether bene- Â¬ ficial to the county These being the facts that can be ascertained by an inspection of the county records we cannot believe that people who enjoy such benefits can be ungrateful when asked by those who have cheerfully assisted them to raise a subscription so beneficial to all bUNLAPHATS THE WORLD RENOWNED SPRING SHAPESI CAMF EARLY ANDl SELECT YOUR SIZE AS TTTpl TiV Is growing each season on these goods and we have difficulty in filling our orders Customers who appreciate a first class hat will wear no other CRUTCHER STARKS SOLE AGENTS DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS Â¬ -- Boots Hats tiouery Etc MU iiiilS H- - w h to R K MgGLURR8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stone-lln-e- fellow-townsma- n H Â¬ O TICE I Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ ITCHING PILES 1 w Â¬ FOB Â¬ O0 Shirts to Order T 1 I 5 WE WILL ON WEDNESDAY OPEN MARCH OUR I6TH SPRING DRESS GOODS SILKS ENGLISH IN GfiEAT I 1 CHECKS AND STUFF THEM GOODS t YMIETY CALL MB SEE m Sam D Johnson FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT graceful style and was greeted with frequent applause The characters FRANKFORT MARCH 12 1887 supporting her acquitted themselves admirably and a Frankfort The river is on a boom but not audience adds its praise to the high enough to impede navigation charming French actress splendid The packets are all running on reputation It is to be hoped that time with plenty to do the managers of our Opera House will continue to afford to the public Our city has been alive with many such entertainments strangers the past week horsemen cattle buyers mule buyers and C VV and H Fincel have about They completed their new block of Ave speculators of all kinds store rooms on Bridge street one of find this to be a good market which they will occupy as a meat store the other four are for reht These R E Gaines Esq has receivplaces ed propositions from parties who rooms are in one of the very best bridge business in the city The for are anxious to commence the man forming the only connection between ufacture of his improved steam North and South Frankfort compels pressure regulator This inven- people going from one place to the tion by Frankfort genius i3 bound other to pass along this street Be Â¬ to the city to find a place among the improve- sides this people coming on the Lawrenceburg Shelbyville ments of the mechanical world Devils Hollow Benson and Flat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co Paint brushes oil and glass at hard pan prices at the hardware house of Gray Church K RED FRONT 217 ST CLAIR STREET Oranges 10 cents per dozen at Mrs Churchs hardÂ¬ S J Bohannnns corner of Main and Ann streets m Call and examine Mrs S J Bo Â¬ We have just received our third in voice of Torchon and Medicis Laces hannnns fine new stock of fancy gro Â¬ The prettiest stock in the city call ceries and see them Come in and see our cheap Sam D Johnson Co neckwear in all colors and styles Red Front 217 St Clair Street You can save money by buying your paint at Gray ware house Syrup of Figa Money saved by buying Hoes Rakes aud Lawn Mowers at Gray Churchs hardware house Main St J Everything good to eat at Mrs S Bohannnns For Early Spring We have received the latest things in English Checks and Striped Suit Â¬ ings Co Sam D Johnson Red Front 217 St Clair Street Native Clover and Blue grass Mastin Bros seed sold by The advertisement of Messrs Light Claassen as plumbers gas and steam fitters will be found in Both of these another column gentlemen are practical mechanics o considerable experience and their promptness and attention to business will insure a fair share of the public patronage in this important line of business Â¬ W H Murray on Wednesday swore out a warrant against Mr W Craik superintendent of the Frankfort cemetery charging him with trespassing on the cemetery grounds by permitting cattle to graze and trample among the Found A pocket book containing graves Judge Thomson issued 1 cent and an express receipt in favor the warrant and set the trial for of Mary B Smith which the owner can have by calling at this office Monday the 14th at 10 oclock Nice Early Hose seed potatoes Go On Tuesday night Mlle Rhea cents perbushel at 2t MASTIN BROS was greeted by a large and appreShe personated ciative audience For pure drugs at honest prices The Widow in a happy and try Chapman Gayle tf Â¬ Staple anil fancy groceries of all Creek pikes in fact everybody liv- Â¬ kinds at Mrs S J Botulinums cor Â¬ ing in that part of the county on the ner Main and Ann streets west side of the river to take advan Â¬ Notice tage of the free bridge must pass right along the front of these build- Â¬ The Western Feather Renovating ings Hence it will be easily seen Company have been located in this that any person with a little energy The and push can do an immense busi Â¬ city for the past few weeks following named ladies will testify as ness in one of these rooms where thousands of people pass daily Mak- Â¬ to the excellence of their work ing it a rare opportunity for any one Mrs Judge Geo C Drnno Mrs Hi Â¬ to get a good business location For ram Berry Miss Laura Campbell Mrs John W Payne Mrs G R terms etc apply to u W All JJINCKL Rodman Mrs Geo A Lewis Mrs It Guy Barrett Mrs W L Jett and Lost A gold cuff button with Mrs W T Reading the letter S on it Any ono finding All persons wishing work done will it will please return it to J F Sul- Â¬ call at No 132 Mero street livan Market street and they will Feb 20 tf 1 be liberally rewarded An Elegant Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ tive It Is the most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system WEITZEL ODONNELL when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to euro Persons wishing their gardens habitual constipation indigestion plowed up for spring planting would etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 do well to see G W Mitchell or bottles by Chapman Gayle leave the order at Geo C Shaws Rhuematism and Neural- Â¬ flour store 4t gia Cured in a Days See Gray Church on Main street The Indiana Chemical Co have before you contract to have your discovered a compound which acts house painted and they will save with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia you money We guarantee it to cure any and Mack Salyers wishes to announce every case of acute Inflammatory to the public that his Premium Ba Â¬ Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 is now ready and on the DAYS and to give immediate re- Â¬ con lief in chronic cases and effect a market and sells at the lowest prices speedy cure tf On receipt of 30 cents in two cent stamps we will send to any address Fort Rent A house of seven the prescription for this wonderful rooms second door below Washing Â¬ compound which can be filled by ton on Broadway Apply to R M your home druggist at small cost We take this Aldridge tf discovery to means of giving our m the public instead of put Farmers having real good butcher tiug it out as a patent medicine it stuff on hand which they wish to sell being much less expensive We will will receive the highest market prices gladly refund money if satisfaction is by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main not given The Indiana Chemical Co street fi4 tf Crawfordsville Ind o for Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped PInndd Chilblains Corns and all Cuts Bruises m Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world FARM FOR SALE Ing SkinEruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For side by Joe LeComplo A FINE FARM LOCATED FOUR MILES northeast of Frankfort Kentucky contain- - 105 ACHES of Rood land which can all be cultivated The Improvements consist of a two andn hal story frame house of twelve rooms and kitchen with large cellar lood well of water and cistern at the door Stables corn crib granary and blacksmith shop all new Will be sold on reasonable terms There Is a new tenement house containing four rooms on the place For particulars address Substitute When Bnby For Oils Salts Pills and all kinds When abe wu a Child aho cried for Castor S MARTIN Frankfort Ky of bitter nauseous Liver Medicines Wheu she becamo Miss she clung to CMtork Or Inquire on the premises and Cathartics is the very agreeable Wha sh bad Children ah gave than Cwteria liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs Its advantages are evident it is more To the Interest of Farmers easily taken more acceptable to the stomach more pleasantly effective T HAVE FOR SALE 2100 BUSHELS OF FIRST and more truly beneficial to the sys Â¬ 1 class uorthern white Seed If you want a good juicy steak miles north east ofFrankfort Oats on my farm on iV Â¬ known as the St tem than any other remedy Recom sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack lence farm Furmers in want of seed oats will mended by leading physicians and Salvers store No 223 Main street save money by examining iny oats before purchas Â¬ ing Trice 40 cents per bushel for sale in GO cent and SI bottles by opposite Dr Duvalls residence JAMES A UOLT Chapman Gayle ft4 tf Feb 12 t wh tick we jto her CwtorU -- W lWlnfllfcfi f JM hn TT o Cut-cut-ca-dar-c- ut Ovliiosltlon liutli httln Tlio hens begin to lay No longer shall gravolent And senile egm hold muivj Fnfilnth emancipate ns when The hens legln to lay The nlslit of Kiilltimcoous doom IK jilciwd by Hopes bright ray 1ov comet h In the morning when The Lena begin to lay Full soon the hash hoiiso omelet To all shall seem to say The former who lias fed his fowls A pock apiece per day The season through rejolceth now Tho hens b gin to lay Poor stok folk who for fresh laid egu Allwlnttr had to prav Find their petitions answered now 1 iu hens begin to lay lie glad and spread the Joyful news Fresh eggs liaVe com to stay U For with u M N R The hens begin to lay Tlie Closing HourH ofCon- crress and tlie Kcluca- tional Bill the United States a large portion of whom arc voters have petition More than 2000000 citizens of Â¬ ed this Congress for the passage of the Educational Hill Over 100000 of these requests were over autograph signatures while others have been presented collectively from National Asso ciations Societies Churches etc The Washington National Re publican in a breakfast table letter to the President says Mr President The House of Representatives of the forty ninth Congress in its closing hours pre Â¬ sents to the people a sad spectacle It is not a deliberative indeed body it has simply reduced itself into a cabal to gag legislation and thereby dcfeit the will of the peo ple The chief conspirators are Carlisle Randall and Morrison 1 he Blair bill a wise and patriotic measure founded on the princi oie ot promoting the general welfare by iree education which is the cornerstone of republican insti tutions is now being deliberately sti angled to death bv the three democrats named all leaders in the Democratic party The following from the Charles town S C Nexus and Com iet is of interest showing how the South received this condition of things Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A HEAVY RESPONSIBILITY Â¬ No evidence or reason whatever is given or can be given we believe to justify the expectation that the Southern States can successfully deal with the pressing problem of educating this class of their illiterate citizens and those who are soon to become citizens These arc the general facts A reasonable and proper bill which would give the needed aid and would correct in every respect the condition of things to which it re lates has passed the Senate by an overwhelming vote but is now tied up in a committee of the House of Representatives with no prospect that it will be allowed to be voted The supporters of the bill upon would make no objection if it were fairly voted down But they cannot get a chance to have the vote taken Only by the action of the committee on rules at this stage of the session can the bill be taken up and put upon its passage but the majority of the committee Speak Â¬ er Carlisle Mr Morrison and Mr Randall constituting that majority have so far flatly refused or have failed to allow it to come before the House It is computed that not more than seventy members of the House are opposed to the bill in any of The majorits essential features therefore are ity of the House simply gagged by a majority of the committee on rules and in the last analysis of tlie situation hundreds of thousands of white and black children are being de prived of the benefits and advan Â¬ tages of an education because of the abuse of an arbitrary parliment ary rule by one or two men The forms and restraints which were in Â¬ tended and devised for the protection of the rightsof a minority in the riouse are thus made the means of muzzling and shackling the majority and of inflicling an irreparable injury upon tlie cnil dren the future citizens of the It is a curious state of country things to begin with and it is a dangerous undemocratic and al together wrong condition of things to contemplate in its course and assured consequences Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn All delinquent subscribers on our list will please come forward and settle We arc glad to sec cur Mr E R Lewis able to be back on the road again Mr and Mrs Z H Trabuc of Louisville were visiting Mrs Murphy last week Rev Thomas W Stevenson of Georgetown has been visiting in this community this week The merry jingling of the car bells would be a sweet and whole- Â¬ some sound to this village The clear weather last week enabled the farmers to have a large amount of hemp broke Miss Anna B Coharn of Wood lake left last Monday to take charge of a school near Bald Knob The smiling countenance of Mr Ben Cason is again seen at He expects to return Woodlake South again soon H Stcdman and brother started up their woolen mills last Mon day and are working on large contracts for the State Married Near Oxford Scott county last week Mr Claude Wells and Miss Lctitia Gallahue formerly of this village Mr Jack Pryor of Bourbon county who has been visiting his brother Mr Will Pryor near Woodlake has returned home as we Mr William Pryor understand has rented the parsonage of the Providence Church and will live there the ensuing year Died Infant child of Mr Charlie Hedger on the morning of the 5th inst Its remains were interred in the church graveyard at Switzer Bowen and Holton Messrs broke ground for their new one half mile race track last week They expect to have some good ones coursing over it this spring One of the most promising young horses that we know is the L F C He is fine stallion four years old dark brown by dam Flying Cloud Pretender He trotted a quarter last year in He is owned thirty six seconds by L F Compton On Tuesday of this week the natural gas company of Frankfort came out to inspect the oil and gas well at Stedmanville After making a partial examination pronounced the prospect good for a fine oil well and hoped to be able to open up the well in a few weeks Â¬ Eugene left for their home Mon day Mrs J R Shaw made a flying visit to friends in Midway last week Mr Wiley Shaw of Frankfort has bought out the interest of O Â¬ Wards Woes For twolvo or fourteen Yenrslhavo been n great sufferer from torrlblo form of blood poison which ran into thu secondary mul finally it was pronounced turtinry 11 11 Maxuyh Ga Jnmmry 1885 R Crutcher Mrs and Mrs O R Crutcher spent last Saturday and Sunday in Lexington J R Shaw O R Crutcher and Lee Owen were in Louisville 611 business this week Mr Eugene D Lindscy of Covington was visiting his sister Mrs Eudnra Suith lst wejk Eca ItSeljjrc Plowing for oats Wheat prospect improving Mrs Ann Russell and family have returned to their farm here for the summer Willie Crutcher has left here to work for Mr R Hiatt of the Elkhorn neighborhood Mr Albert Grcsham has resumed work on his section of turnpike with a number of hands Mr Jim Tracy is taking ad vantage of every good day to work on his pike contract The Louisville Southern is not quite the bonanza our young men expected as regards work The large number of convicts employAll who full information about ed of course displacing a like num- tho cause derdro euro of Blood Poisons and ber of free workmen Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Â¬ Â¬ form My head fnco mid shouldors bo cuino almost n muss of corruption and finally tho disease commenced eating uwny my skull bones I becamo so horribly ro pulsivo Hint for three years I absolutely refused to let people see me I used large quantities of most noted blood remedies and applied to nearly nil physicians near mo bi t my condition continued to grow worse mid nil said that I must surely die My bones became the seat of excruciating aches mid pnins my nights were passed in misery I was reduced in flesh and strength my kidneys wero torribly de ranged and life becnino a burden to 1110 I chanced to seo an advertisement of B B B and sent one dollar to V C Birch moro k Co merchants of our place and they procured ono bottle for 1110 It was used with decided benefit and when eight or ten bottles had been used I was 2r0 nounced sound and well Hundreds of scars can now bo seen on me looking like a man who had been burned and then restored My caso was well known in this county and for tho benefit of others who may bo similnrly affected I think it my duty to give the facts to tho public and to extend my heartfelt thanks for so valuable a remedy I have been well over wclvo months nnd no return of tho disease has occurred ROBERT WARD Maxuyh Ga January 18S7 Wu the undersigned know Mr Hubert Ward and take pleasure in saying that tho facts above stated by him are true and that his was ono of tlio worst cases of Blood Poison we ever know in our county and that ho has beon cured by the use of B B B Botanic Blood Balm A T BmauTviji Merchant V C BinoiiMom Co Merchants J II BlttQHTWUIL M D John T IIakt W B Campbulij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sores Rheumatism Kidney Comp aints Catarrh etc can securo by mail fiee a copy of our 12 pngo Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with The Executive Committee of the and startling proof tho moot wonderful over before known Kentucky S S Union takes great Address BLOOD BALM CO Feb lH lm Atlanta Ga pleasure in announcing that the State convention for 1S87 will be For sale by W H AVERILL held July 12 13 and 14 that a Kentucky Sunday school Union ucational bil to every Southern State has been too clearly shown and is to fully understood to re- Â¬ Recent quire to be argued anew reports from Louisiana give the unpleasant information that over one half of the voters of that State cannot read or write and that the number of illiterates is increasing from year to year rather than diExpenditures for eduminishing cational purposes have reached high water mark it is believed in nearly every Southern State if not in all and Federal aid must be obtained or a great number of children white and black will grow up in hopeless ignorance The supposed constitutional objections to the Blair bill have been overcome or at any rate the bill has been shown to be as constitutional as many other less deserving measures that have been passed It is of without any objection supreme consequence if it is of any consequence at all that the If inpeople shall be educated telligence in short is an element of value in the exercise of suffrage if it is necessary for the success of free institutions and of a government of and by the people that they who control the govern ment shall have trained minds or at least enough education to enable them to read and write then is this bill of more jmportance than even the bills for the construction of a navy or of fortifications or for any other purpose There is always moreover the special and most urgent reason in favor of the particular bill in ques- Â¬ tion that where illiteracy is most glaring and most dangerous that is in the south it has been made an element of peril to the south and to the whole country by the action of the nation in imposing the suffrage on a race of people who were utterly unprepared ana unfit for it and who are hopeless Jy unable to educate themselves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The importance of the Hlair ed Bellepoiut of Ver sailles is making a visit to her Sullivan on uncle Dr J H Miss Bonnie Sullivan Todd street Let the work on the new railroad commence at once so that all classes of labor may have something to do Mm Masters with his bride have taken rooms in the house owned by W L Pence on Kentucky avenue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The wheat crop is looking well Mr L H Lea has returned home after spending a few days Mr Lindon Lewis the polite with parents in Shelby county and affable toll gatherer on the Mrs F P Baker is dangerousFrankfort and Flat Creek pike ly ill Â¬ tage on the corner of Kentucky avenue and Benson street Mr J as D Moore has com- Â¬ menced the erection of a new cot- Tattle Ridge Â¬ has resigned his position and has been succeeded by Mr John Ros well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On last Friday night some enterprising thieves entered the grocery of R L Grinstead and took therefrom goods amounting to not less than fifty dollars When there is nothing for men to do they must either starve or steal Capt Pence has sold his ten Jett shares of stock in F and F turn H P Mason is spending a fcw pike road which cost him orig- Â¬ days at home this week inally 500 for 25 being two Mr Mann of Carlisle Ky was dollars and fifty cents on each This magnifi- in our burg last Wednesday fifty dollar share cent sale speaks volumes for the Mrs Geo Byrus left for her management of the road home in Missouri last Friday The crowning event of the Master Owen Furr visited his week was the house warming social uncle L A Owen last week in the new addition to the resi- Â¬ Miss Maud South of Frankdence of Mr C C Merchant on fort is visiting Miss Kittie Shaw Â¬ Thursday evening The attendMiss Nellie Goodwin of Frank- Â¬ ance was large and the toilets of ladies were rich and fort visited friendsherc last week the young The entertainment was beautiful Miss Flora Owen is visiting at her success and those in a perfect brothers Mr Owen this week charge are to be congratulated on Miss Flora Lindsay and brother the style in which it was given Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Linnie Moore has returned home after spending several weeks with her sister in Mortonsville Miss Florence Lea spent Tuesday evening with Miss May There was again a large house last night in the Academy of Music to witness the Showalters performance of the highly sensational and Mr W H Wilmot got his mirth provoking drama Neck and Neck hand badly cut in a cutting box which was noticed in our isMie of yester a Dr Botts taking day To night will be presentedone play of last Saturday which a very different character and one finger off as all should see Of Olive llrnnch Â¬ Â¬ cordial invitation from the beautiwmmsEMmBBaaasttssszzEi ful city of Henderson has been ac ceoted and that all Sundav school workers in the State are earnestly invited to begin now to make ar Â¬ Consider- Â¬ rangements to attend ing the facts that Kentucky has not had a convention for five years and never but once west of Eliza bethtown that they sent up a strong plea to have this convention that a large majority of the district presidents favored Western Kentucky and the great progress which has been made in Sunday school work throughout that great FOR PITCHERS section the Executive Committee were unanimous in their conclusions- that Henderson ought to have it and further that a convention there would be a great success Henderson is accessible by river and by three lines of railway Delegates who need to pass through Louisville can take the St Louis Centaur Liniment is the most Air Line train about 8 a m and wonderful Pain Curer the be in Henderson at 3 p m The world lias ever known programme will be arranged at an early day and distributed thorough- Â¬ ly Eleven district institutions and about 100 county conventions to be held and the International HAVE THIS VEAR AN UNSURPASSED Convention at Chicago June 1st WE stock of Fruit una to which Kentucky will send 56 ORNiMlKNTAL TREES delegates will all help in prepar Jrapo Vines Asparatrus anil ing for the State Convention S3uLT iJL PHT7IXS Let this advance notice be well Send for enpral Nursery and Strawberry Cata remembered Wo have no agents but bell at honest logues Â¬ Children Â¬ 3 plena m n TREESTREES Â¬ prices Direct to the Planter Feb 19 m H F HILL EN MEYER Lexiwiton Kr Â¬ Â¬ ural nncl not artificial acting The other parts were well taken and the audience BUILDING LOT FOR SALE went away satisfied that they bad seen the best play by the best company for the 50 840 Cuitatla ACOOI Is 11UILHINC LOT at uBY 835 OR For money of their lives ollereil for mile banmln Opera House March 14th and 15th terms apply at this otllce iebiC tJ I played by this company a recent number The piece of the Ottawp Free Press said is one full of life fire and continuing interest from beginning lo end The scenic effects were very pleasing and all in all the play ran smoothly and challenged the admiration of the nudience The plot of the play is laid in Kentucky and of course a beautiful woman and the fastest horse mixed with considerable romance and just n bit of tragedy constitute the main features Nothing but praise can be accorded the acting of Mr Stetson with him there is a finish of detail and delicacy of touch which arouses the greatest inter est among the audience in the part he takes Miss Hannah Ingram as the Ken tucky belle was good She possesses a pretty face a willowy well shaped figure Hers is natand n well modulated voice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THORN HILL POULTRY I H MARSHALL PROPRIETOR R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg Â¬ horns Buff Cochins Black Javas W F B Spanish EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 201 Per sotting of 1 12 2m Feb BOARDERS WANTED DESIRINU FIRST CLASS HOARD WILL It to their Interest to call at Mrs Free Â¬ Hoarding House north St Clair St Frank Â¬ FANNIE FREEMAN fort Ky SISTER ALL mans Feb ID tf n TIME TABLE T1IAINH EAST No 18 lenvcs Frankfort No 22 lnvc3 Frankfort No 20 Icnvi n Frankfort No 21 nrrives Frnnkforl THAINH WHBT 1003 017 800 n m p m p in p m No 23 lonvcft 17 No No No 21 15 Frnnkfort leaves Frnnkfort lenvt 8 Frnnkfort leaves Frnnkfort fit 15 n m 815 n m 155 p m 450 p m TrninH tion nect No 21 mnke connec Â¬ for Cincinnnti Nos 23 nnd 21 con nt Anchorntfo for Sholbyvillo NosT nnd Prospecting for natural gas has been exciting much interest in this city and community this week A number of stockholders of the Gas light Company Economic accompanied by an expert from Pittsburg visited the old gas well at Stcdmantown where a fine pros pect for petroleum was discovered The City Council has granted per- Â¬ mission to the same company to re open the old gas well on High rtreet but upon opening the well a rock that had been placed over the tubing had become removed and the opening filled with mud The Methodist Church in this and fragments of stone Work- Â¬ city is to have some handsome men immediately proceeded to improvements in a short time clean this out and the expert will The building is to be extended return next week to complete the fifteen feet nearer the street with examination a stone front and beautiful spire There is every reason to believe A Sunday school and erected that a large natural gas vell will will be put in to ocMr lecture room be found at this point the second story over the of Lexington who cupy Diamond entrance and the space at present bored this well has written to a occupied by the gallery A meprominent citizen expressing his morial stone of the late Jacob opinion that natural gas will be Swigert sr will be inserted in the found at a depth of 1500 feet wan in im uuuuiuii nit wiuu- sufficient to supply ten cities the terly Conference met on Saturday size of Frankfort A bonanza is and authorized the official board of now almost within the grasp of the church to proceed with the this corporation and no outbuilding The improvements will sider can get within a mile of a cost about 5000 the larger share of stock portion of which has already been subscribed The design of the On Monday last at the Courthouse Hon Joseph H Gardner new front can be seen at the of Magoffin county Democratic furniture store of Mr R Rogers candidate for Lieutenant Governor on Main street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ him what measures he must advo catc as their Representative on He further sid that this subject he did not intend to use money or whisky to debauch the voters as a means to secure his election but served to himself the right to take a drink when he wanted to and to treat a friend if he wanted to At the conclusion of his speech Mr James Andrew Scott was loudly called for and that gen Â¬ tleman being present arose and after thanking the people for calling him declined to speak on this occasion but promised to be heard from soon Both of these gentlemen will have ample opportunity toexplain to the people their views on all public questions be- Â¬ fore the Democratic primary election as the 4th day of June 1887 has been fixed for that election Either of these gentlemen if elected would make an acceptable and industrious Representative and it is now conceded that no other aspirant will offer for this nomination Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ftjThe remains of Mrs James H On Tuesday afternoon the tow Lexing- - boat Excel of Cincinnati having Heck were buried in the jn tmv a jaric 0f coa consigned ton cemetery on Wednesday T to Abraham Bros when just bc 7Z Rcv Mr Pans of Somervillc low the railroad bridge in this city t1 II a LlimiSSlv ran HIV barge against a snag i to the pastorate of the Southern brcak ing a large hole which Presbyterian Church in this city utyiui iiiiuiy ii iiipiuiy uui uy tne use of steam syphons the crew Rev Henry Ward Beechcr the preacher managed to keep the barge afloat Plymouth celebrated until the damage was repaired died at his home in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning at 9 oclock of The Frankfort Roundabout has apoplexy been enlarged to an eight page m five column folio The editor A number of log men have Mr Geo A Lewis is a wide reached the city with their rafts awake journalist and we wish him and arc finding a ready market success Jessamine Jourial The run of logs is smaller this year Call on C E Collins Hro before than last purchasing your builders hardware paints carpenters tools farming im Â¬ We received a nice long letter plements field seeds wall paper and Mr John E decorations and they will save you from our friend Miles too late for publication this money 4t week and will hold it over till i and J IT Told have Just re Â¬ ceived a fresh lot of Pittsburg and Raymond City coal which they are delivering from their yard at tin lowest prices ft Nice Karly Itoe seed potatoes cents per bu bcl jit Ut MASTIN MtOS For Liindreths garden seeds go to Chapman iaylos old Marlut lioiHe corner tf Trusses Bandages etc the best in the world at Chapman Oayles drugstore old Market house corner tf Paint your buggy for less than one dollar by buying the paint from Gray it Church hardware merchants Lemons lo cents a dozen at Mrs S Uolmnnans corner Main and Ann streets 1 Â¬ Parasols next Saturday We have the latest novelties in Parasols they are beauties Sam IX Johnson it Co Music Hall was comfortably filled by an appreciative audience Inst night to witness Red Front 17 rit Clair Street the performance of Neck throw of the guilty one through the instrumentality of the drunken witness A large number of citizens of To produce these results a scaffold scene a railroad train and other effects are vividly this city are preparing to ask for a produced being very realistic while the A nice comfortable house in Relic submission of the Local Option characters that furnish the motive power Point containing live rooms i for for the concern are all finely drawn and question to the voters of this Mag- Â¬ most artistically portrayed by a company rent There is a large garden attach Â¬ The house is on Kentucky av Â¬ we in years We ed isterial district at the August elec- superior to anythere have seenmuch enue Apply to doubt if ever was so laughter and applause heard in one niidit for one tion Feb 2i tf W L Pknck play Mr Stetsons delineation of the drunken witness was very artistic and The man that couldnt tell the dif E C Went showed us a block amusing while the intense suffering ference between a mules ears and a of the inches in dence inaiie victim of circumstantiil evi bmon can plainly see 31 inches in length Dayton was heai trending the advantage U width and y of an inch in thick Journal of buying bis boots aid shoes at Opera House March 14th and 15th Mc lures after examining their goods in ness which represents Circuit Court adjourned on Sat- Â¬ one of the best dramas it has ever been our Buy your harness and gear from to see The few weeks session good fortunehining upon aplot is most urday after a Mastin Bkos interesting murder an Feb 2S tf Judge Montfort is making a splen innocent man being accused and executed for the crime his rescue from the jaws of did record as a j udicial officer and death by his twin brother his loss of rea Nice small hams at 12 cents per son its ultimate restoration and the over pound at Mrs S J Rohannnns disposed of a large docket Â¬ and Neck For Rent Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ 50000 235 Broadway St A beautiful line of Swiss HamWe would notify all who may Feb 19 2m feel aggrived by any errors of burg Torchon and Smyrna Lace Weitzel ODonnells omission or commission in this at issue that the editor may offer as For hext A store room in Belle an excuse that he was in Buffalo point Apply to 11 C Nicol columns a few weeks since wheth ments to have a sale next spring New York this week attending a We have a beautiful new line of er or not our candidates for the Theres money in it for some one convention of Royal Templars of Kid Gloves in all styles which Legislature were in favor of free Temperance Let no such apol- we will fit to the hand and guar- NEATLY EXECUTED turnpikes The Democratic county com ogies divert you from visiting upon antee AT- He referred to the Auditors re- mittee on Monday adopted a reso- him the punishment he so richly Weitzel ODonnell stated that it showed lution requesting the voters to as port and All such offenses were deserves Ail kinds of fancy groceries at low that the State and counties owned semble at the place where elec- committed wilfully and maliciously est prices at Mrs S Bohannans many millions of dollars in these tions are held at 230 oclock p m therefore shoot him on the spot corner Main and Ann streets while individuals on Saturday April 23 1SS7 for improvements ve1 s owned the larger portion of stock the purpose of selecting delegates Councilmen Ferguson and Man Country maple syrup at l2o pea DYSPEPl INDIGESTIONin them that it would be impracti- - to represent Franklin county in gan have just returned from an gallon at Mrs S J Bohannans WEAKNESS CHILLS AND FEVERS MALARIA LIVER COMPLAINT cable and unjust to deprive indi the State Democratic Convention extensive tour of observation The most particular man in town KIDNEY TR0UELES viduals of this property without to be held in Louisville on May 4 through the South They visited will have no trouble in selecting a NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM making due compensation and it 1S87 The committee also called Montgomery Birmingham New hat at MeClures This tirm seems TT Is Iavlgcrat T gives NEW v a LIFE to the Ing end Dc- to have the happy faculty of pleasing appeared to him that the better a primary election to be held in Orleans Pensacola and Geronimo llshful to tats whole SYSTEM and 01 great value l by Strengthening way to attain the much wished for the county on Saturday June 4 They report Birmingham hyster all tastes as a Medicine for A me Muscles Ten wealc and Ailtnir Ing the NERVES 14V right to free travel would be for 1887 for the purpose of selecting ical and Geronimo a brawny IT UIU nui yand completely Dl Three ties lor fifty cents at it cn Besting the food and that porpoises the counties to commence by levy a nominee for the Legislature hair lifter Weitzel ODonnells ing taxes and buying out the are ferocious on the gulf coast WWi In Memoriam stock of individuals or receiving The trial of Frank Egbert Mr Mangan states that his assoit from them as a gift and after Richard Johnson and Robert ciate barely saved his life by not DiKD At her homo nwir Bridgeport Ky wife of Feb 101887 the counties had thus become the Evans for assault upon John eroimr in swimming where the Cnnlnell mid Mrs Allco ofOirdwell Iolsgrove Hyley wA A W daughter She J I I ll t leaves a husband ami eight children to mourn her K A Book Vollna owners of all the stock they would Fahy was concluded in the Cir- porpoises were spouting and roll- loss Her fuusral took place at the Ant loch j hurtful by lea ding ti Minerals j afford free travel to the citizens cuit Court Saturday afternoon ing Mr Ferguson thinks his church of which she was a memberbyHer remains of carefully how to treat dls were Interred In the churchyard the s Ida of selected Vegeta eases at HOME preceded her by imposing the taxes necessary the jury returning a verdict of associate failed utterly to make a She brother who the sweet her about two years blc Medicines mailed together como unto nvltatlon has accepted com uin ml cill with a set ot hand me that labor and are huavr laden and I ma some cards by new con- close them in proper repair inspection of Geronimo will all jo you rest rest for the tired hands and fully nnd ng a to keep give iooJne and fourteen days Pleasant Heliotype process nearycyes sorrow that Safe on receipt of 10 c He expressed a willingness to obey finement in jail for each of the de under the delusive pretext that remain with rest from trial iod No and In thing Remedy grander the people of liyull nniisWn For SlinnH tlierteiW tirtr Orocfr can be said than that she loved the Lord hen Cod OLI l lOUIilU rim she was tender charitable the peoples wishes in this matter fendants We understand that snakes were prevalent where and thatfought a good tight having Just and true Will not Uep lul tUnn ill rtult tlUV ui 4 til tUi will I having finished her HIlrlKHl kept has gone to receive and insisted that the people by ten of the jury were for Sioco Geronimo was engaged clearing course andwhich the faith she In store for her V611na Drug and Chemical Company the crown the Lord has E 0 mass meetings should instruct fine and one years imprisonment the ground of roots and brush lULTUUjIU Â¬ Â¬ What Is the necessity for Frank minutes announced his candidacy lin county breeders of fine horses which was for that position taking them to Lexington to sell listened to with attention and re- Why cant we have a grand comceived with many kind expressions bination sale of our own Frank He was followed by lin of approval raises as many fine horses both Hon B F Duvall who denied trotters and runners as some of that the report of his candidacy our neighbors in the Blue grass for the Legislature was a joke but and there is no reason why Frank earnestly protested his determina- fort should not invite buvers of tion to fight it out to a finish He fine come here annually stock to next proceeded to answer the to make purchases Wont some query which appeared in these enterprising citizen niake arrangeÂ¬ in a short sensible speech of a few Â¬ greenback after it has been canChampion and Thompson seed celled by the U S Government sowers at Mastin Bros pulped and pressed into this block The freshest canned goods of all The only reminder of its past kinds at Mrs S J Rohannans greatness is the odor that it still Mastin Bros sole agents for Money is after all a retains Oliiver Cliilltd Plow and repairs matter of small importance A fine line of Table Linen at As the tow boat Huston Combs Weitzel ODonneils was bringing a barge of coal con- Â¬ taining 11000 bushels through The finest and freshest fruits at Lock No 4 on Thursday the at lowest prices at Mrs S J Bohan current was so strong as to force nans the barge against the cribbing Seeds Blue grass clovor tim- Â¬ where it became unmanageable othy oats and hemp seed at Mastin broke loose from the tow boat Bros In The finest Havana cigars for five and was carried over the falls going over it broke in two pieces cents at Mrs S J Bohannans and sunk The coal was consigned Bananas oranges- lemons c at Uyh S J Bohannans to Miles Son Â¬ m and hearing their prices m We are prepared to show our gentlemen customers the Gold and Silver Shirt at seventy five cents and Si 00 One of the best made Weitzel ODonnell Any one wishing hauling done promptly can be accommodated by calling on G V Mitchell on Holmes street or leaving the order at G- C Shaws Hour store 4t - W J SCO I TOW DEALER in FAMILY GROCERIES LARD MILL FEED MEAL - EMPRESS FLOUR HORSE JACK Â¬ Â¬ CARDS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TX3IIS 1 OFFICE - - Â¬ rvri l vU rl VVUJI1CII l 1 l i - Â¬ Â¬ 4 V mmm m Â¬ Â¬ 1 cm-r-oaj- d Â¬ Â¬ Ii Hint ONLY T I I1D V k 8 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT go yourselves and set out trdes iT n and flowers and thus make your barren and unsightly school yards places of beauty CdUNtV P TJ MAJOR ATTORNKY AT UAW FRANKFORT KY PRACTICE IN WILL Fidnklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Uallutln Boone Owen mid Grant counties In thn Court of Appeals and In the Federal Court Look Out We Are Coming 1 jowi aHd greens Supt Siting Chickens haVd arrived On account of nn increase In our business we have removed our store from Ann St to Ndtv ficiiepoint hold ydur grip Catarrh Cured Main Street Next Door to the Engine House Where we propose tokecp an complete a stock in our line ns any house in Kentucky We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz Farm Work progressing rapidly booming Miss Alma Scofield lids bdcil itl the irripToverrlcnt business Louisville this week Mr B K Wttdd madd a brief trip to LoUisville this week Billie Arhlstrdng lias been on the sick list for a Week or two Little tfal ry Roberts who has been siek for some days is better Miss Mary Miller who has been sick for a week or two still re- Â¬ mains quite feeble Mr Ed Garner of East St Louis 111 has returned home from a visit to friends in this vicin Dawson GAi Dec 7 1880 For fdlly n i nit years I had catarrh Housekeepers Attention For flVti ytiurfl I hud it in tho very torst forltl how obnoxious that is I need not recount I was under treat- Â¬ IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USE ment of one of the most celebrated tyt ear and throat physicians in the LeCOMPTES United States but he was unable to do me any good In despair I reÂ¬ POWDER sorted to numerous patent medicines BAKING that I saw advertised but of no avail Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by Finally about six months ago I began to take S S S in sheer desperation hut with little hope and no faith in it But to day I am comparatively wen indeed i nave been so benent- PROPRIETOR OP THE tml iv tho S S S thnr iilUinuo h skeptical of its merits I am compell Â¬ ed by the benefit I have derived from UUOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE it to testify to its unquestioned curaAND tive- powers in catarrh cases The best compliment I can pay it is that LCOMPTES HANDSMOOTHER I have recently recommended it to a number of my warmest personal friends Mrs C E Kendkick OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS AVERY MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL PLOWS Wc have also added to our stock i MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 9 MOWERS BUGGIES SVRREYSROAD CARTS SADDLES Call and see us AND HARNESS Joseph LeCompte FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY MASTIN BROS ity Mr F M Scofield lost on last Monday by death his fine cow Pansy valued at 200 A serious loss Mrs Florence Crockett and two Children of Louisville have re- Â¬ turned home from a visit to relatives in this town Mr R A Hancock traveling salesman for the firm of J F Wel ler Co grocers Louisville was in the village this week Mrs Ella Ford of Pittsburg Penn and Mrs Dr A Neat of were the New Albany Ind guests of Mrs Puss Scofield last Â¬ Blood Poison an employe of Castle story the great drug firm of Waco Texas I used two bottles of your S S 8 for a bad case of blood poison and the medicine cured me completely T L Deckaru Colored Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ eases mailed free The Swift Specific Co Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga Messrs Cameron Jno - IT-- B ucfele3T NOTIGR Â¬ To the Swift Specific lanta Ga Waco TEXA8OctI6 1886 Company At- NOTIFIED nHE PUBLICIS HEREBYAddle Garrett THATl 1 have bought from Mrs admin STILL AHEAD WITH THE istratrix of E Whltesldes Interest In the deceased his entire Gentlemen I am Furniture and Undertaking Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in BUSINESS And have sold one half Interest In my business to 3iesajwareGlamcLanp mm 1 W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The Hi m Excitement in Texas STATEN DEHONEY her little tives in Louisville Willie Jenkins accomnephew panied her Miss Maggie Collins of Campbells Taylor county who has been visiting relatives in this vicin- Â¬ ity for some time left a few days since for Alton where she will remain for a time visiting friends We had occasion to visit the sanctum of C S S Hunter last Monday and were very much surprised and pleased to see the hand- Â¬ some manner in which he had fit- Â¬ ted up his office Ladies having business to transact with the super- Â¬ intendent will find everything in apple pie order Â¬ Â¬ Thursday Miss Katie Tenkins has returned home from a months visit to relaÂ¬ Â¬ Great excitement has been caused And the business will becontltlued at the old stand Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street in the vlcinJtyof Paris Tex by the ofMay8 tf JAS T STATEN Cor remarkable recovery of Mr ley who was so helpless he could not turn in bed or raise his head every- Â¬ C body said he was dying of Consump- Â¬ tion A trial bottle of Dr Kings isew Discovery was sent him Jema General Insurance Agent ing relief he bought a large bottle Office on Main St Opposite Farmers Bank and box of DrKings New Life Pills REPRESENTING by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the DisÂ¬ IS Leading American and Foreign Compart covery he was well and had gained WITH OVER in flesh thirty six pounds Trial bot- Â¬ tles of this Great Discovery for Conioooooooooo ASSETS sumption free at Jos LeComptes 2 TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- 1 ertr at lowest rates Agent Anchor Line of LARGEST STOCK OF JE iHlllllllllllHlKiipf F HUGHES STOVES GRATES Vases HHHHM- - HIk JiUlH w HUH - Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for Â¬ get the place JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Â¬ H G MATTERNS CAPITAL Steamship Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Aprl7 ly In Great Urlttaln or Ireland Choic Coal KINDS Cheap Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor Manufacturer and Dealer in Â¬ ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STBEET DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use Prompt Delivery FuH Weight Bottom Prices STEAM ENGINES BOILERS t Telephone connection No 36 Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery Educational Miss Mollie Arnold is teaching PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- DecS f FRANKFORT KY DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blackamithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly AND ALSO- - Attended to at Switzer Miss Edmina Bryan is teaching WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law PHOTOCRAPHS Of all Sizes Agent for ZBOIULiIEIK COURTS OF iLT3LiLS at the Church school house Mr Noel Lee reports a good school under his care at Bald Knob Miss Annie Belle Coharn began a three months school at the Stoney Creek school house last Tuesday Teachers trustees and friends should begin talking up the schools in their respective districts Nothing like keeping up an interest in this matter Prof Lea and Miss Ida Crockett are running the model school at Bridgeport We would advise other teachers to call on them and take items it will pay you for Â¬ at Eeduced Price R ROGERS DEALER IN- - and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Office opposite June 25 ljr WILL Rl PRACTICE Estate Agnt IN THE AND WOEKS Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lewis ZEIfcTGKEITIE -HSTD -A- and J QSEND FOB PRICE LIST P LIGHT St Near the River Frankfort Ky E CLAASSEN M LIGHT Plumbers Gas -- CLAASSEN Steam Fitters IN- - F Cornice Pole NT ri Widow A SPECIALTY L ATTPXlTl AT JA8 ANDREW SCOTT JAS A TIOLKTT SCOTT AVIOLETT AW FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Franklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Uf stairs over Judge P U Majors office tai DR KY JanZMf DEALERS J -- S COLLINS Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks No 227 St Glair Mar 2 Closets 227 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT DENTIST L F COMPTON What is the matter at the Forks of Elkhorn No school Come brother Burdin you must with NEW FLAMING HILL your brother trustees give the oeoDle there a good shaking up M There is no orood reason why the Forks should not do as well if not Haringrcoently added to bliEiUbliikmtBt better than Bridgeport First Class rianing Mill Teachers trustees and friends Ii bow prepared to furnish all kinds of of the common schools must not The first Arbor Day forget in April is the day set Sftsh Boon BliodSjFrimes Moldiog Saturday All the latest style furniture constantly In stock May Mr OFFICE Teeth extracted without palnby toe use of Nltrouse Oxide oMaughlng gas W C MACKLIN MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed Contract Work St Weitzel Block -- - - Frankfort Kentucky J WAKEFIELD C0MPT0N UACKLX3T CENTRAL NORMAL SCHOOL AJST PROPRIETORS Elkhorn Roller Mills HAYi BUSINESS COLLEGE PLEA8UREVILLE HENRY COUNTY KY Will begin ite Fourth Seefcion of ten weeks April 4 1887 Pays Table board Room rcnt and Tuition for io weeks in any and all depart ments except Music and Art Diploma equal to State certificates State Board of Examiners will be present In June and grant State Certificates to all who pass in Common School Branches Students can enter at any time Bring all your school books with you b7 8BORBBT Pre Address KarM K m nni -- AMD apart for its observance ALSO Siz of the beet grades of the best hope to hear of all our country Flour made in the World school yards being beautified on Scroll Work SUir Work Turning wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Squaw Office that day Come boys and girls if Gottnout In the best style JanffMy the Old Forks wont help you and we MAKtnrACTtm- i- 30 I J