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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri i - The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY MARCH 26 1887 1 STUPENDOUS STOCK to AN m TO Number 28 INSPECTION INCURS NO OBLIGATION BUY 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 Aeents TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Cuffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed HUJJSUrN UUMfillilJUS adjournment ho will sell special return tickets at ono third fare I enclose you a sample of the blank Â¬ Â¬ -- r w UASSJKLJL Muddy Road between Hat - -- - GRAND ARMY OF THE certificates which aro supplied to all BY II H Agents upon this line Please bear in mind that in order to obtain the reduction delegates must procuro these certifiMrs Anna Washington Rooms of Committee on En cates when they purchase tickets going to meeting low with consumption tertainment and Transporta- the point of Yours truly Avenue Hotel Lou- Â¬ tion Fifth C P Atmoke Infant of Eliza Died Geitl Passenger Agent isville March 16 1887 To Sunday the 20th inst REPUBLIC Among tlie Colored Citi zens Department of Kentucky Â¬ Council could lift up his voice against these places while every truly converted soul pours out its prayers to the God of heaven to spare the city But close up those is very gambling and drinking hells Â¬ ton and Benson Â¬ Post Commanders Delegates and In pursuance with Comrades General Orders No 10 from Department Headquarters the Fourth Annual Encampment of this De partment will be held in this city April 13 at the rooms of Geo H Thomas Post No 6 over Harris Museum Fourth street The undersigned committee having been appointed by the Department Commander to make arrangements with Hotels and Railroads for the accommodation of all comrades and their families wishing to attend the Department Encampment beg leave to report that we have ar Â¬ ranged with the Fifth Avenue Hotel at the very low rate of 150 per day Comrade J T Ritchie proprietor will be gad to welcome all Grand Army boys and their families The following letter will explain the arrangements that have been made with the Railroads for the benefit of all comrades and their families wishing to attend the En Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ campment LouiHviMiK Nashville It It Co lAhHENOEU DUIAKTMENT J ment and TniKSiorttitiflii Louisville March J 1887 Forrester Ctn Committee Entertain D 1 Â¬ Â¬ it is hoped that as many of the comrades as can find time will take this opportunity of meeting their old comrades Geo H Thomas Post No 6 has arranged to entertain the visit- Â¬ ing comrades their wives daugh ters and sons at a Bean Bake on the evening of the 13th and we are requested by the comrades of Geo H Thomas Post to say Come one come all and bring your families and make it not only a Grand Army meeting but a Grand Family meeting The Commanders of Posts are requested to have this circular made as public as possible and re- Â¬ quest the local papers to publish the same Post Adjutants are requested to notify us as soon as possible as to the number of comrades and ladies we may expect from their respective Posts All communications should be addressed to J D Forrester Chairman Fifth Avenue Hotel Louisville Ky J D Forrester Â¬ Â¬ Under the present arrangement J B Fishuack H C Bliss Referring to our conversation special rates will bo made for delegates attend ing tlio Encampment of G A IL to bo hold at Louisville Ky on April 12th 1887 under tliu following conditions provided twenty livo or more delegates are iu at tendance Delegates should purchase regular tick ets to Louisville Ky and at the time of said purchase should procure from our Agent a Certiilcate showing that regular ticket has been sold This Certificate should bo eudorsed iu proper blank for tliat purpose by the Secretary of the meet ing to the effect that the party named was a delegate and in attendance and upon presentation of this certiilcate properly eudorsed to our Agont at Louis ville Ky within twenty four hours after Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Committee A Gift for All Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds will be for a limit Â¬ ed time given uway This offer is not only liberal but shows unbound Â¬ ed fatyii in the merits of this groat remedy All who suffer from Coughs Colds Consumption Asth Â¬ ma Bronchitis or any affection of Throat Chest or Lungs are espe Â¬ cially requested to call at Jos Le In order to give nil a chance to test it and thus he convinced of its won Â¬ derful curative powers Dr Kings Comptes Drug Store and get a Trial Dottle Free Large Bottles 1 4 Mr Walter N Haldeman who Mr Young formerly taking treatment from Dr of this Thomashas moved to Shel countv Wm Hume Harris has this to The Ladies Exchange will meet say of him in the Courier Journal by On Tuesday night of last week at Mrs J Higdons on Clinton ELECTRICITY IN MEDICAL PRACTICE some thieves entered the store of street to night Louisville has recently had a L P Hulett and carried off shoes Prof W J Simmons of Louis- Â¬ and calicoes ville passed through our city valuable accession to her professional circles in the person of Wm Mr Culvin Smith and Married Tuesday morning returning from Hume Harris M D late of Miss Ellen Lea E A W Rob- New York city Frankfort who has recently lo erts officiating Mav thev live a Rev J N Abby pastor of St cated here He is a physician of long and prosperous life is the Paul A M E Church at Lexing- high attainments great skill and wish of their many friends ton and editor of the Lexington large experience and while using Mr H K Strange and Mr Herald preached a powerful ser- Â¬ the ordinary methods of advanced Stigers are erecting a blackmon at St Jqhns A M E science in his practice he has for Henry We are Church after which there were 4 twenty years been devoting himself smith shop at Hatton glad to see them as we need a conversions and four additions to the study and use of electricity shop at this place as a remedy for many forms of Rev J W Wade the great re- disease What has become of my detr In its use he has been vivalist after rendering good ser- Â¬ very successful and has acquired Uncle Zeke Has he got stuck in vice in St Johns A M E Church much in the cure of some mud hole if so some one reputation in pointing sinners to the Lamb of paralysis rheumatism nervous will do his nephew a favor by pull- Â¬ God and stirring up the pure minds troubles debility and such ail- ing him out Be careful and dont of the members left for Salvisa ments as can only be reached by pull his head off for uncle is a May the on Friday morning Dr Harris Democrat this subtle process Jake Yolum God continue to rest blessings of m has extensive and costly apparatus upon him and his labors and is thorougly equipped for the Louisville Tobacco market 1 BO- DUBHETT The revivals at the churches are treatment of the most difficult FUHNJBHED BY OLOVKll 1IUETOliS LOUIHVILLK TOBACCO WAUK- cases that require the use of elecstill in progress and scores are HOUBE His office is at 629 Third being added to the membership tricity Sales on our market for tho week The First Baptist Church has been street between Walnut and Guth- just closed amount to i31J hhils with 10 hhds holding a meeting about five weeks rie where he can be found by coipts for tho same period of and received about So new mem- Â¬ those who may have occasion to Sales on our market since January 1st amount to HlV JiTi hhds bers while at the Methodist it has consult with him Prices for the better grades of Burloy been in progress three weeks and leaf have been well sustained during tho A denial Restorative past week At times common atd me resulted so far in 65 additions Hostetters fatomach lilitcrs aie emphatic Â¬ irregular prico were a believe that if the Council ally ft geulul restorative The changes which dium tillers Arm to little at former in quota We day but closed produces In tho thli greut botanlo remedy would pass an ordinance prohibittions Bright lugs ntul trash still com disordered orgauliutloa are nlwajs agree Â¬ mand top prices Common dark trash is of spirituous liquor on ing the sale purely progressl e never abrupt ably though of a cent hotter than it was to from It Is admirably the Sabbath day and then see and violent Ju this account ten days ago Wrappors continue scarce that the officers enforce it there adapted to person vtof delicate constitution nnd are eagerly taken at full tlgures No and weak nerves to honi tho powerful min hpecial change to note in old Burleys would be scores more of souls coneral drugs aro positively Injurious That it Tue following quotations fairly represent Â¬ verted to Christ who secret themlultlatos those processes which result In th Â¬ the market for new burloy healthful vigor is con selves in those infernal gambling le establlshment of cases where It I Mk lGO to f225 Dark Trash spicuously shown iu and drinking dens where prayer 22B to thatmilttul Colory Trash 050 to overcome coupled as It usually isbl vlin Common Lugs not colory 800 to 400 Thorough di the gospel and Christian friends are WlK 400 to G00 gestion regular evacuation and abundant Colory Lugs entire strangers and where peace In are results which promptly ami be Common Leaf not colory 400 to 500 tarhiblv Its systematic use It Is joy and honesty never reign Oh 600 to 700 Good Leaf sldcTthe best protective aiust maUri 1000 to 1475 man in the City Fine Leaf that some strong aud u first rate diuretic Black has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wheat is looking well Sowing oats in full blast Farmers are preparing for larger tobacco crops than usual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - t Tf- - iiiiniisniivw I a 3TE311 I OTTK STOCK ZJ I -- Ls i 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 025 25i OF IS InTETTT GOOXDS w - WIS 50 Dozen Linen Damask Towels at The best Towel ever sold for 50 Dozen Linen Towels large size cheap at 25c at 50 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen 40 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen cr Dft7pn Nankins all Linen ner dozen White Damask Tabic Linen per yard from 25 cents to Turkey Red Damask per yard from 25 cents to We have recen ed another lot of those cheap Bed Spreads at 100 125 and 50 cents 65 cents 75 cents 90 cents H ATTE3 6c 5 75 I OO 1 tZmf I II mkKSSi M fVfH I 1JPyimit 1 m v im SHIBJS k m f m 7A A large assortment of Hamburg Trimmings which we have assorted in lot numbers f I No No 1 50 Styles in good quality and width 30 Styles at at 8 5 cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard 2 3 f No 75 70 No 4 No 5 and Finelsinen 40 Styles at 25 Styles at 25 25 25 - 10 12 15 Styles at Styles at Styles at DBESS I No 6 No 7 50 10 20 cents per yard 25 cents per yard rc Pieces of India Linen Checks at j 25 India Linen Stripes at 25 India Linen Checks at Plain India Linen from 5 cents to - lHOkUARSGUFFJ We have exclusive control of THE GOLD AND 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 and Medici Laces in all grades SILVER SHIRT We have all the new novelties in spring dress goods in black and colors and American Satines Dress Goods HCARPETS Ths Banner Sign Main Street Personals was in the city Wednesday attending the Court of Appeals Mrs L A DeLime left Wednes day for Lexington to visit her daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Charles O Reynolds Mrs Lieut Colehan of Annapolis Md is visiting her parents Mr E Hensley and wife in this city Mr F Rector Crittenden returned Sunday evening from a six months absence in Texas nnd Missouri Mrs John P Starks left Thursday morning for a visit of several weeks to her brothers in New Orleans Mr John Will Johnson left Tues Â¬ day evening for Chattanooga Ten Â¬ nessee with a view to locating Miss Belle Grant has returned from Cincinnati where she hits been under medical treatment for some time Capt J Howard Allen and wife of Floiida are visiting Col It D Â¬ Dress Goods CLOTHSX-ODONNELL zelrigg 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 Mr H G Mattern spent Sunday in Louisville Mr I Fawks of Smithfield was in the city yesterday Mr J Buford Hendrick is visiting friends in Indianapolis Mr Jolm II Cassell visited friends in Louisville Thursday Prof E A Fellmer spent Monday and Tuesday in Lexington Mis Nettie Darling of Carroll ton is visiting Miss Annie Steele Miss Barr of Louisville is vis- Â¬ iting Miss Jennie Hendrick John P Salyers Esq of Mt Ster Â¬ ling was in the city Thursday Hon W C Owens of George- Â¬ town was in the city Thursduy Miss Ruby Maeklin left Monday for a visit to friends in Lexington Mr Grant Green sr is visiting Mrs Cornelia Bush in Louisville Judge George Denny jr of Lex Â¬ ington was in the city Wednesday Miss Jennie Duvall returned Satur div from a visit to friends in Louis- Â¬ Berry South Side They Will leave in a few days for Chicago to reside Mr George W Gayle and son Mr Clarence Gayle have returned from Brooklyn New York where they have been residing for the past 18 months Judge Thomas H Hines of Bow Â¬ ling Green was in the city Thursday looking twenty years younger than when he went off the appellate bench A pair of handsome diamond ear Â¬ Al D Simon Cincinnati J T Ha West Liberty Geo W rings at a bargain at Philip Sel M W Green Big Rapids Mich Barr and John K Goodloe Louis Â¬ berts the jeweler m ville John N Crow Chattanooga Seamless hose for ladies in all James P Tarvin Covington S F J Trabue jr Louisville J H colors at 1GJ cents or three pair for Ky G C 50 cents Brooks Richmond Cohen Lawrenceburg W L Cald WEITZEL v ODONNELL well and John J Craig Danville A N B Wilson Cythiana A fine music box twelve airs Â¬ ville Mr Pat Callahan left Wednesday for Kansas City with a view to lo Â¬ cating Mrs R II Clelland of Keokuk Iowa who lias been visiting relatives left Wednesday for in this city Louisville ftneumonia MissMinnieSpeedofCrescentHill wife of Cyn- - who has been visiting Mrs H Ell Mr Howard Jett and thiana visitea relatives 111 uus cuy wanger in this city returned home Wednesday aiternoon m Tuesday Mr Adam K Stephens left Wed Â¬ Mr Gilbert Satterwhite has reÂ¬ moved from this county to Wood Â¬ nesday morning for Cynthiana to take charge of the distillery of ford to reside Co as distiller Messrs Ban Â¬ Mrs Sarah LeCompte and daugh Miss Maggie are visiting relatives ter Dr Carey B Blackburn of Louis Â¬ in Georgetown ville has been in attendance at the Mrs Matilda Buhr and son Master bedside of Ids father ex Gov L P George left Wednesday for a visit to Blackburn in this city this week friends in Louisville Mr Sam S Bush and wife of I D M Rodman Esq of Louisville Louisville are visiting Mrs Geo F Miss Emma Kavanaugh leaves to Â¬ day for a vi it to friends in Henry county Miss Mattie Jones leaves to day for a short visit to frieuds in Woodford county Mr B II Dudley of Louisville spent Sunday in this city visiting his mother Mrs It M Aldridge returned Wednesday from a visit to friends in Louisville Little Minnie daughter of Mr James Ledridge is very low with Allen at the K M I Farmdale Messrs Zach Phelps Matt ODoh erty and Geo M Davie of Louis- Â¬ ville were in the city Wednesday Mr Saml L Ewing of Louisville has been in the city for several days this week on life insurance business Mrs JohnS Van Winkle of Dan ville who has been visiting relatives in this city returned home Tuesday Mrs H G Mattern and children returned Monday evening from a three weeks visit to friends in Louis ville Mr Frank C Hughes returned Thursday morning from a visit of several clays to Chattanooga Ten Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nessee nesday Hon T A Robertson of Eliza Â¬ beth town ex Congressman from the Fourth District was iu the city Wed Â¬ Hon J C Beckham and J W Head Esq of Shelby ville and Hon F P Straus of Shepherdsville were in at Â¬ tendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday Capt James Blackburn of Spring Station was in the city yesterday having been summons to the bed Â¬ side of his brother ex Gov L P Blackburn Mr Wallace Steele whp has been night telegraph operator at the rail Â¬ roaddepot in this city resigned his position and left for his home near Paris Saturday Mr J B Emmal of Lexington representing the Pettibone Manufac Â¬ turing Company was in the city Wednesday looking after the uni forming of the members of the new Lodge ol Knights ot Pythias John C Hardin a rising young lawyer of Frankfort son of Attorney General Hardin was in town Court day looking after his fathers candi Â¬ dacy for re election Robt L Dooley tor a long time a compositor in the News oillce left last Friday for Louisville where he expects to taKe cases on the commercial he having become a member of the Ty Â¬ pographical Union He is a tine and fast type setter and an excellent young man and the News wishes of him success Henry Darnell Frankfort and Charlie Green of this place are trying to hold up the sticks Mr Dooley laid down Anderson News The following are some of the late arrivals at the hotels Choate are Messrs Wakefield building an addition to their plaining mill which will extend down to the office of J M Wakefield two stories high They will also fit up in the end next to the office of Mr Wakefield a handsome office which will be used as the main office for the three firms of Wakefield Choate Wakefield Rice West and Wakefield Â¬ Zither attachment very cheap at Philip Selberts the jeweler Wo have the largest and cheapest line of French and domestic corsets in the city WEITZEL ODONNELL Buckleys for 350 China Tea Sets of 50 pieces at all the new styles Just received a beautiful new line of childrens lace and mull bonnets in WEITZEL ODONNELL Â¬ I Buiiks L L Herndon Robt Newton and Jno E Tinsley of Louis Â¬ ville W It Jennisou Fred J Long and G F Gregory ew NYork city J M Unthank Woodbine T A Nugent Lexington J O Sweet nnd John M Hamilton Bellefontaine Ohio P II and M A Sweeney Jef forsonville Ind Ed F Ewing Kan sas City Capital Jesse Arthur Newport Â¬ Mekiwetheh Win C Ollar ris Eddyville Jas Y Kelley and M Wilson Georgetown Company and one for Messrs white bed spread ever sold for 100 at Weitzel ODonnells Miles Son and returned Wed- Â¬ Notural gas has been struck at nesday morning for three more for Frankfort and so have prices to suit Mr J B Rippy of Tyrone the people on everything nice and The lailroad meeting which was cheap in chinaware at J T Buck Â¬ to have been held at Paris Thurs- leys Our line of napkins and table day was again postponed on account of the representatives of linen is the cheapest in the city WEITZEL ODONNELL Eastern capital being unable to How 13 it that you can go to Buck reach that place at that time leys and buy queensware so cheap What has become of the stone Thats easy he buys from first hands which was ordered gotten out for iu large quantities Full line of ladies childrens and the new street crossings in front misses hosiery at very low price of the Custom House The crossWEITZEL ODONNELL ings have been badly needed the Dont buy a china toilet set until past two weeks you see Buckleys spring goods Will A No 8 gold thimble bo open iu a few days Found with three initials engraved upon See our stitch back kidgloves iu all it The owner can have sgmc by colors at 75 cents cheap for Si 25 calling and paying for this notice WFITZEL ODONNELL and proving property Diamonds watches clocks jowel- ry and silverware the best selection We had rain hail and snow in in the city just received at Philip quick succession on Tuesday night Selberts the jeweler Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The tug Huston Combs brought Young housekeeper can save mon ey by calling at Buckleys up two barges of coal Tuesday Ask to see the largest and best afternoon one for the Water 3 TiIthly meeting Mr Wickliffe Chapman has sold rndc was held on out his drug store in Louisville Monday evening and was largely Messrs LeComptc Carpenter attended The report of the comhave replaced their telephone and mittee on the Hcattyvillc dam the station is numbered as before elicited quite a lively discussion No 12 in which Mr John Patrick and Eminence will bore for gas or living gentlemen Mr Herd oil A movement is on foot to above the clam and who had come to this city with rafts of organize a stock company for They stated that purpose logs participated that the dam was a great obstrucMr James M Saffcll assignee tion to navigation as they could of Mr Thos Rodman jr will not put their rafts through the close out his stock of groceries at chutes without having them torn auction next week Resolutions were pieces to Field Levis a grocer on Tick directing a committee to adopted Ridge assigned on Thursday last correspond with the War Depart to Col F Pierce Lewis for the ment and ask for relief The committee on natural gas benefit of his creditors made an interesting report which Messrs Wheat Skeldon have was adopted gotten their tobacco manufactory Procter State R Prof J in operation in the old cottoi Geologist was present by invita- Â¬ mill on Wilkinson street tion and addressed the meeting at length with regard to the resources We want to remind our corres county and as to the pondents that their names must of Franklin best interests of Frankfort His always accompany their letters remarks were very interesting and unless they are regular corresheld the closest attention of those pondents who are known to us ut the Hoard of J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A New Enterprise Messrs Crutcher Starks have turned over their entire laundry business to Mr Frank Bull who will give it it his whole attention calling for and delivering same at the house Me will run two or three baskets a week and has one of the best laundries in Dayton Our citizens should remember Frank and give him a large share of their pjy wmfc3 W klUllELIl MmmSf lX 7nsJninNDSCKEHIiwrrntel im m j Coat 111 waterproof n1 ken youdry Mum In J Towor lktun patronage Mr F A Hull of Danbury Connecticut has just made an extensive trip through Eastern Kentucky and is very enthusiastic over a coming boom in that sec- Â¬ He owns 91 tion of the State acres of land in Perry Leslie 000 and Bell counties Let the railroad from this city to the Virginia line be pushed through as rapidly as possible so that we may reap some of the good results of this boom when it comes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Bart W Jenkins of Louisville and Hon E F Wade of Nicholasville have leased the Buhr Hotel for 2000 a vcar and will take possession on the first of April Mr J B Hockcnsmith of Switzer this county the king of maple molasses manufacturers says that this has been a miserable season for the business that he has only been able to make four gallons for sale against about forty gallons last year Â¬ present An interesting little daughter The committee to attend the railroad meeting at Paris was en- of Mrs Blanche Green nee Kenlarged so as to include every dall died at San Francisco on the member of the Board who could 22d age 2 years and 8 months Â¬ Â¬ The team attached to Mr Sam Rt Rev T U Dudley Bishop wagon became of this diocese will preach at As- Luschers ice frightened yesterday morning cension Church to morrow mornwhile standing in front of Mr ing and will administer the rite of oclock Thursday About Henry Gobbers grocery and ran confirmation in the evening night a fire broke out in the stable down Broadway scattering ice of the Capitol Brewing Co on the A Lodge of Knights of Pythias over the street and dumping the alley between Mero street and the will be organized in this city next top of the wagon at the intersecFort Hill and Ann and High streets week The membership will be tion of St Clair They were and as the wind was blowing a composed of young men and it stopped at the corner of Wilkinperfect gale from the west the promises to be a live working in- son before any damage was done flames spread rapidly until the stitution to the wagon or harness stable and barley house of the CapThe vocal and instrumental conitol Brewing Co and two double The performance of Fortunes cert given on Tuesday evening in Fool at the Opera house Thurs tenement houses belonging to Mrs Petrie on the east side of the Baptist Chapel was a com- day evening was a vast improvethe alley were soon one sheet of plete success A large audience ment over the entertainments we fire Miss Louise It looked for a time as if the was in attendance and the receipts have had lately very satisfactory would be whole of Freestown Rial is a fine actress and was well fire depart burned out but the Sparks from the Freestown supported by a first class company were on hand promptly and fire Thursday night were carried The performance deserved a much ment by hard work confined the flames by the wind up on the Arsenal better audience and should the The Hill and set fire to a fence near company come this way again to the buildings named full roof of the large ice the house east side and formerly occupied by they will certainly have a house of the BreAving Company Squire Pat McDonald house but was was badly damaged The Stetson Dramatic Co use of water saved by a liberal The retaining wall on the upper The Petrie houses were all oc side of the north end of the St which appeared in this city on atcupied by colored people some Clair Street Bridge is fast ap- Monday night of last week and Neck Neck of whom lost most of their house- proaching completion and the tempted to play in Georgetown a few nights after The loss is about contractor Mr Ike Williams hold goods with the gallows and railroad train 5000 The Brewing Co is fully will commence next week to tear auinsured but Mrs Petrie had little down the old wall on the lower left out The Times says the side preparatory to replacing it dience which was a small one or no insurance was greatly bored and the play The high wind carried a shower with a new one was as bad as Hamlet with Hamof sparks far up Holmes street The venerable Rev P S Fall let left out and it was only by the constant has been invited to go to Nashuse of water upon the roofs of the An Educational Convention will houses on High street by the ville Tennessee to morrow and be held at Ashland on the 30th of Hook and Ladder Company and preach the last sermon in the April under the auspices of the the occupants that they were kept Christian Church in that city where he preached sixty five years ago East Kentucky Normal School to from burning and was the pastor of the church which all the friends of education for twenty five years The con in Kentucky are invited An ad A young man was arrested in gregation have sold the building dress of welcome will be delivered this city on Sunday by Chief of and will remove to new quarters by Judge Savage of Catlettsburg Police Lillis and Officer Larkin and responded to by Col John L In the Scott Circuit Court on Scott of this city on suspicion of being Victor Friend who is wanted at Norris Thursday of last week Mr S A The engine of the passenger town Pennsylvania on the charge Thomas obtained judgment against of embezzlement and for whose Jos H Northcutt for 100 dama train due here at 520 Thursday arrest a reward of 1000 is offer ges for slipping up behind him and afternoon blew out a cylinder head ed He was handsomely dressed knocking him off his horse at while taking water at the tank in The Belle Point and the train had to and was putting on a great deal of White Sulphur last July style when pulled He is in jail suit was for 2500 Northcutt is be taken on to Lexington by the awaiting the action of the Penn- now serving a sentence in the yard engine at this place It was sylvania authorities who have Georgetown jail for committing delayed nearly an hour in getting the assault to the depot in this city been telegiaphed Â¬ possibly attend livery business man in the city should make it a point to attend the meetings of the Board for it Frankfort is ever to have a boom it will be worked up through the medium of this organization 1 Dr Hugh L Tobinjias located here and established his office on Ann street in the room formerly occupied by Dr W B Rodman We regret to learn that ex- Gov L P Blackburn who has been very ill at the residence of his niece Mrs Judge Jos H Mr E P Bryan President of Lewis in this city for some time the Frankfort Heating Company has been growing worse for severeceived a letter yesterday morn- ral days and is not expected to ing announcing that the ma Â¬ recover chinery for boring a natural gas Prof Bagar who will be re well had been shipped here from membered by the young gentle Lima Ohio and will probably ar- Â¬ men and ladies of twenty years rive to day We hope soon to ago as an accomplished dancing see it at work at some point in teacher has returned to this city this city and that the company and will open a class for instrucmay strike a roaring well without tion in the terpsichorean art at very great expense Weitzels Hall this afternoon at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ turned from Missouri where she has been visiting relatives Miss Lulie Coharn of Wood lake visited her sister Miss Anna at Bald Knob last Sunday Misses Jennie Macklin and Jen- Â¬ nie Goddard were home from school last Friday and returned Monday Misses Lottie and Maggie Innis of Stedmanville were up last week and spent a couple of days with our better half Mr Richard Flinn will be mar ried soon as we understand and the fortunate young lady lives across the tiver Col Wingatc and Mr Sid Bed ford caught a fine string of bass last Wednesday The Col said they caught tnem without the use of a step ladder It is rumored that Mr Harry Coharn was married to a Miss Price on the 20th of this month by Rev B Fightenmaster We wish you much joy Dont forget Arbor day the second Saturday in April Let all the school gather at the school house at 3 oclock p m with a tree to set in the yard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2lA oclock HORSEyjACK Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The upper works of the steamer Fanny Fefn were too high too enable her to pass under the bridges at this place and she had to undergo some alterations before she could be put regularly in this Her pilot house had to be trade taken off of her texas and set down in front but she will be up to day CARDS NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OIETIC W j J -- SCO I TOW DEALER IX- - o Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn Mr John Greenup has been quite sick Mr Joe Denison has moved up to Mr Wash Crutchers farm Services at Mt Pleasant Church to day and to morrow at 1 oclock Miss Susie Jones spent last Sat Â¬ urday with Miss Jennie Macklin Born on Monday March 21st to the wife of Mr James Jones a son Dr Guinn and wife were visiting relatives in our village this week Misses Lucy and Emma Sted man made a flying visit here last week Several of the neighbors at Â¬ tended court at Georgetown last Monday Mr J L Bristow of Coving ton was here last Wednesday on business Mr Martin Curry and wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J B Crane Mr Wash Allen jr of Shelby county is here and will remain and tend a crop Bro Z T Codey will preach at the school house to morrow evening at 7 o clock Sunday school will be organized here the first Sunday in April Let every body come Mr Duke Offord and mother have been visiting friends and rela tives in this community Mr Con McCarty still visits Con has im- Â¬ this neighborhood portant business out here Miss Sallie Warren will open school here the first Monday in April at the school house 1 Â¬ Â¬ FAMILY GROCERIES Â¬ Â¬ LARD MILL FEED MEAL Â¬ Â¬ EMPRESS FLOUR 235 Broadway St Feb 19 Â¬ 2m KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST TOR WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA TUK OKLT t SEW ML LINE Â¬ Â¬ Having Pullman New Sleeping Gars FOK -- Â¬ Â¬ l SOLID rr n - FHOM- - Ir Â¬ LoiiisvillijCineinmiti TO Liiigloii Â¬ WASHINGTON OITY Connecting In same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT HOUTE TO Â¬ LYNCH IJUKtf DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS IN III Â¬ For tickets and further Information npplj to your nearest tleket oillee W W MONROE W C WICKHAM 2d Vice President Â¬ Div Patssr Agent LexingtouJKy H W FULLER Gnn Pass AgtJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS S piIE CREDITORS OF his V PENCE having claims against estate on Â¬ Miss May Featherston has re or before September 27th 18S4 will present same to the undersigned on or before the 31st day of March 1887 properlv proven W L JETt I Jan 20 2m Assignee of S V Pence H rriMLtMmrv KBANKFUHT ROUNDABOUT Entered at tho post oftlce nt Frankfort Kentucky ns soeund clims mallublc mutter GEORGE A EeLitoe aaacL FRANKFORT LEWIS MARCH LG 1887 TIME TABLE ritAINB EAST No 18 leaves Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort TBAINS WEST 1003 m 503 p m fl47 p m 800 p m n No 23 leaves No 17 leaves No 21 leaves No 10 leaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 54Ti n m 8lfi n m 155 p m 450 p m Â¬ Â¬ On Priday night last about ii o clock a fire broke out in the residence of Mr James Dean in the lower part of the city The building was frame and was occupied also as a grocery It soon set fire to the houses adjoining owned and occupied by Mr Daniel Dean and Thomas Ballow the latter also containing a grocery The houses of James and Daniel Dean were a total loss while Mr Ballows loss is partial both on house and stock The property was insured as follows viz A E Ballow building Payne Berry 400 A E Ballow stock Chas Â¬ Rev Mr Faris who has recent ly accepted the pastoral care of the Southern Presbyterian Church ar- Â¬ rived in this city with his family on Monday and will go to house Â¬ keeping in the Carter property on the corner of Shelby and Crosr streets Â¬ UNLAPHA D w j THE WORLD RENOWNED M AR I Â¬ At Antlocli Church this county on Wednesday morning March Zi 1887 by Hcv 11 II Kuviinuugli Mr JoHEPii It 1KAits ami Miss Amkhica 1enn At Antlocli Church this county on Thursday March 17 18V7 by Itev J A Titers Mr Kntuv and Miss Della Himwnkk At the Buptlbt Parsonage In this city on Thurs Â¬ day March aitli lt87 by Rev u F Rugby Mil John C MAbsiK and Miss Llla Hall uii of Eliu- Me this county Il JL SPRING SHAPES TAUTjT EARLY AND SELECT YOUR SIZE AS TTTTJTp and we have difficulty in Is growing each season on these goods filling our orders Customers who appreciate a DIED In Louisville on Sunday March 20th 1887 at the residence ot her father Tlios p Mitchell Mrs Lucv M Macock FOB REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic jiurty first class hat will wear no other Trains No 23 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con nect at Anchorage for Shelbyville a Daniel Dean residence Chas F Exum 200 residence James Dean Chas F Exum Thursday morning Councilmen 300 and Ferguson Mangan and Total Messrs John T Buckley Jerry 1200 fire was caused Brislan and Judge R E Gaines it is The tried the experiment of exploding thought from a defective flue dynamite in the gas well on High About half past nine oclock street to see what effect it would One Thursday morning the two story have on the flow of gas pound of the explosive was placed frame house on north St Clair in a tin case and lowered to the street belonging to Mrs Mary bottom of the well with lighted Heffner was discovered to be on fuse atached and it exploded in fire and a messenger was immeeleven minutes but unless one diately sent to the engine house had been looking at the mouth of Several of the fire company went Â¬ the pipe he would have never to the spot and succeeded in exÂ¬ known the charge had gone off tinguishing the flames with buckIt had no perceptible effect on the ets without turning on the water well and in the afternoon six from a plug The fire was caused pounds more were placed in a by a defective flue No alarm similar case hermetically sealed was sounded and no one outside and lowered into the opening but the immediate neighborhood knew the fuse evidently was put out by there had been a fire Â¬ iiumt 300 CRUTCHER STARKS 5 SOLE AGENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT as a candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS Democratic party Blue GrassJPoultry Yards Buff Ooohins J B Foot and M M Con Â¬ DEALING ner Strains EggB 200 per 15 Wyan dottes and W H Johnson Strains 150 per15 At the junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write for wants Address J U GREEN Jrunkfort Ky FRANKFOKT PBANKFOET WAGON SHELB1VILLE AMD GEORGETOWN MAIL LINKS 1000 a m T EAVE ORDERS FOR PASSENGERS AND JL baggage at Nick Howards Confectionery 41 opposite Custom House bt Clair street A Q GAINES Proprietor Feb C liu - It represents something yon like and appreciate It illustrates onr method of do Â¬ ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you aco PREACH HONEST VALUES This is what we f PRACTICE LATEST STYLES Put before you FAIREST PRICES GUARANTEE OUR STOCK OF For Shelbyville at For Georgetown at LEAVES - - 700 am Boots 8Hoes Hats Stationery Etc the water in the well before reach- Â¬ ing the cap as no explosion took place and the charge was drawn up and a second attempt made about seven oclock that evening Water was with better success blown out of the mouth of the pipe to the height of fifty feet and the flow of gas greatly in It came up with considcreased erable force notwithstanding it had to make its way through ninety feet of water and was set fire to and burned for several hours This experiment proves beyond a doubt that the gas is here and it only requires that a well be sunk deep enough to find Â¬ SMALL FARM Mrs Sol Harris accompanied by Mine Wollerman her well Come we will treat you right known head milliner will leave to- Â¬ FARM IS LOCATED IN SHELBY COUNTY morrow for New York and other THE Nashville Railroad on Louisville Eastern cities to purchase dry nine miles from Frankfort Ky containing about goods millinery and fancy goods P LIGHT the About one hulf of the latest designs that can be with an orchardinotgrasstrees balance In cultivationa 200 of choice apples ROOMS good HOUSE OF found in the Eastern markets goodsmoke house SEVEN splendid cistern kitchen with a at the and door also good well In yard and two barns on the Wait for her return as she always place Also a new depot with store room and w areroom lor storing freight The above buildings brings the latest are complete except painting It Is u good location MUfafiiKLfflMlinlbftiL FOR SALE R K MgGLURES Remember Square Dealing at B CLAASSBN J LIGHT We regret to learn that the it in paying quantities health of Miss Helen Lindsey who has been in Orlando Florida since last fall is failing so rapidly that it is thought best to bring her Her father Mr John B home iJndsey left for Florida Tuesday to accompany her on the journey The many friends of Mrs C V Hul cee in this city will be glad to learn that Prof W W Borden of New AJbany Indiana has present- Â¬ ed her with an elegant country residence at New Providence In- Â¬ She has removed to it and diana will make it her future home Any one wishing to purchase said property will cill on the under Â¬ signed who will take pleasure In giving any InforÂ¬ J A HELL mation In regard to the mutter Hutton Shelby county Ky r Mur 19 lra foradoctor or merchant ft CLAASSEN -- FARM FOR SALE land lying on the South Benson pike two miles Iroin Bridgeport Is ottered for sale at a bar Â¬ D S CROCKETT gain Bridgeport Ky Mar 19 2t PEACTIOAL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters DEALERS m- - A SMALL FARM OF 43 ACRES OF GOOD Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings Closets Prof John O Hodges of Lex- Â¬ ington member of the Board of Commissioners to locate the State Colored Normal School was in the city Tuesday afternoon and accepted on behalf of the Board the 24 acres of ground on Browns Hill a mile from the city on the Versailles pike donated by the city of Frankfort as a location for the school buildings upon condition that a clear title should be made to the property So the mat- Â¬ ter has beer settled at last and the school will certainly be located Â¬ Bluegrass Farm for Sale grass COUNTY KY Vfz MILES 2C5 1 from Frankfort on Lexington turnpike acres 1G0 acres In cultivation 105 acres In blue FRANKLIN IMPROVEMENTS DWELLING IN c Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed - - Frankfort Kentuoky No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block 12 Mur Brick and stone containing 9 rooms and 4 cellars surrounded by large lawn set with forest trees and large shrubbery OUTHOUSES Luborers inutrters smokehouse stone dairy 2 stables 1 corn crib 2 large barns carriage house poultry house and yard stone-line- d Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden Fences princi Ice pond stock lots well wutered pally stone and plank all land surrounded by very durable fencing Soil rich and well adapted to cultivation of tobacco corn small gralus and ull grasses Because of Its accessibility the supply of Â¬ CENTRAL NORMAL SCHOOL AJST- - Ice house A stock company is being organized to bore for natural gas and oil on the premises of the The tools Capital Machine Shop are being made at that establishment and work will be comÂ¬ BUSINESS COLLEGE PLEASUBEVILLE HENRY COUNTY KY Â¬ Â¬ here An obituary notice sent to this office recently contained the remarkable statement that the de ceased was but three years of age but Jive years before death had We believe in confessed Christ early confessions but for one to embrace the Christian religion twp years before birth is somewhat In fact it beats the previous record Â¬ menced in a few days grass and 0 never fulling springs of limestone Will begin its Fourth Session of ten weeks April 4 1887 water this farm Is admirably tltteu and Improved for either stock or dairy farm or both combined A rare opportunity Is olfered to any one desiring such a farm at a very reasonable price Terms Pays Table board Room rent and Tuition for 10 rreeks in any and all depart Â¬ one third cash balance l 2 3 and 4 sears notes to bear G per cent until paid Tenns may be vari- ments except Music and Art ed Title perfect Apply on the premises to the Diploma equal to State certificates undersigned executor State Board of Examiners will be present in June and grant State Certificates to all FRANK CHINN 212 2m who pass in Common School Branches Studentn can enter at any time Bring all your school books with vou Â¬ 30 Twenty two colored people who have recently joined the First Independent Baptist Church were baptized in the river at Macklins wharf Sunday afternoon by Rev R H C Mitchell the pastor The young members of the bar in this city presented Mr Jos R Fears with a handsome silver pitcher on the occasion of his marriage on Wednesday FARM FOR SALE 105 ACHES - Address Â¬ A lng FINE FARM LOCATED FOUR MILES northeast of Frankfort Kentucky contain- - Mur 12 3t J B SEOREST Pres N O of cood land which can all be cultivated The Improvements consist of u two and a lml story frame house of twelve rooms und kltchea with large cellar Uood well ot water and cistern at the door Stables corn crib granary and blucksmlth shop ull new Will be sold 011 reasonable terms There Is u new tenement house containing four rooms on the place For particulars uddress 8 MARTIN Frunktort Ky Or Inquire on the premises l KMmi BE A MEETTNO OF THE 1 stockholders of the Franklin portion of the Frankfort Georgetown und Purls Turnpike Com Â¬ pany held ut the Deposit Bunk of Frankfort on Monduy April 4th 1887 for the purpose of elect Â¬ ing u board of six directors Harlngfeoently added to his Establishment By order of the Board ISAAC WINOATE President ClHSS Pinning Mill W J Lewis Secretary mur 12 lni THERE WILL TIOE NEW PLANING MILL J M WAKEFIELD of Col D A Peters reports that Judge R A Thomson created a OF FIRST FOR SALE 2000 at the sale of Mrs Eliza Hawkins sensation Thursday by appearing T HAVEnorthern white HeedBUSHELSmy furra Vt Outs on 1 class one known as near Peaks Mill on Tuesday that on the street with his hair done miles north east ofFrnnkfortwain or seen the St win oats fence mrni runners in ave n0Iiey pf examining my outs befoie purchas horses cows and household furni- Â¬ up 111 a cue ana tiea witn a pinKjmKi price 40 cents per bushel To the Interest of Farmers ACOTTAOE OF THREE ROOMS AND KITCH by 200 feet locued on Conway street South Frankfort Hydrant in id good cis Â¬ tern in the yard For terms apply ut this olllce Dec 18 tf oie s ajl I First Is now prepared to famish all kinds SashOoors BlindsFrnes Molding ALHO 0 0 F A LODGE NO 6 MEETS EVERT MON duy night Visiting brothers cordlully Invited Scroll Work Stair Work Gottenout In the best KaylMt I Turning ture brought first class prices ribbon I Feb JAMES A HOLT 12 6L J R April 17 Williams tf Sec CHILSONNO style wttam 5 wth vnvV The high wind of Thursday Weitzel ODonnell afternoon unroofed a portion of Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes the South warehouse on upper Lawn Mowers Ac at Mastin Bros Broadway street I always carry the finest line of The first mash was made at Kid Gloves in the city and will sell Sons them lower than the lowest Messrs E H Taylor Jr MRS SOL HARRIS new distillery the Newmarket Just try one bottle of the Gen Har at Mt Sterling on Wednesday Carppn- ris Cologne at LeCompto Col Jake Corbett is running for ters the Legislature without opposi Call and see our sample Binder tion in the district composed of Reaper and Mower Ballard and Carlisle counties MASTIN BROS which will harmonize beautifully with the car Â¬ pet selected and improve it us much FRANKFORT MARCH 20 1887 in appearance us a frame does a pic Â¬ ture Measures must be given very Judge W L Pence lias com- exact for bordered work it is fitted to menced work rebuilding his mill that measure in Cincinnati Holders for ingrains and all better grades in Belle Point width 0 inches and IS inched ROUNDABOUT bordered CASH CASH CASH Â¬ Is what takes them room I will sell for the dc xtlO days only at the follow ing prices 16 For want of 54 pounds Granulated Sugar Coffee A Extra C Best Mr L L Conway has purchas- Â¬ If you want anything in Dry 5 Arbuckles Coffee 00 Goods and Millinery vill at Mrs Manilla 5 ed from Mr H R Williams a lot uoo Clair street Yarmouth Corn per doz on the southeast corner of Main Sol Harris St 145 Silver Spray 180 Carpenters for Go to LeCompte and Cross streets 50 by 200 feet Hams per pound p Landreths Garden Seeds for 400 Bacon 10 Leaf Lard per pound The finest selection of Buggies 09 Mr H R Williams sold on Surreys Spring Wagons Road Carts J E M Flour per 100 pounds 265 Tuesday his large hog which has c ever brought to Frankfort you Lexington Cream Flour per 100 pounds 265 All other goods in proportion attracted so much attention to will And at Mastin Bros Mr W L Collins It weighed My new stock of domestic goods is 500 pounds complete and such low prices that will induce you to purchase These are cash and no ciroumstanoes will be charged as Mr Thomas Rodman jr has Mrs Sol Harris named cost been appointed a Government miss this Wo ore selling Rice at live cents per by Collector Robin- pound Heekans Manilla Coffee store keeper of securing bargains son and assigned to night duty at twenty cents per pound French Prunes ten cents per pound the Hermitage distillery A H WAGGONER 324 Market street During the wind of Thursday afternoon the Roundabout sign You will find all my goods new was blown down and came near and of the latest styles Mas Sol Harris scalping Mr Charlie Siffell who was standing near the door We handle Trows Famous Perfec- Â¬ Mastin Bros sole agents for S and J H Told have just re- Â¬ Paint brushes oil and glassat hard tion Flour Best in the market Olliver Chilled Plow and repairs Co Try it pan prices at the hardware house of ceived a fresh lot of Pittsburg and Messrs O R Crutcher A H WAGGONER Raymond City coal which they are have rented the store room of Mrs 324 Market street You can save money by buying Gray Church delivering from their yard at the your paint at Gray Churchs hard- Â¬ V Duvall on St Clair street For pure drugs at honest prices lowest prices try Chapman Gayle grocery If you want to find the headquar Â¬ ware house tf and will open a family ters for low prices call and see me and fruit store there about April Wo have just received our third in- Â¬ Mrs Sol Harris We have a beautiful new line of voice of Torchon and Medicis Laces Kid 4th Gloves in all styles which When Baby was sick The new grocery will be open on The prettiest stock in the city call tto gT6 her Caatorla we will fit t6 the hand and guar- - Whon sho iras a Child sho cried for Castoria Lost A long slender hound the 4th of April and will have a and see them wearing a chain lock collar with the fresh stock of everything in that line When sho hocams Miss sho clung to Caatorla antee Sam D Johnson- Co 2t Whm she had Children aha fare tham Castoria initials J II scratched on it He Weitzel ODonnell Red Front 217 St Clair Street has short ears a long tail and an Â¬ Michigan Early Rose Potatoes N Money sived by buying Hoes Three ties for fifty cents at swers to the name of Ring Finder Y Burbanks and Early Ohio only will be amply rewarded on his return 200per barrel at A H Waggoners Rakes and Lawn Mowers at Gray Weitzel ODonnells If you want a good juicy steak Churchs hardware house Main St to Willie Green at Fleetwood Stock 324 Market street Trusses Bandages etc the best in sweet hams bacon or lard go to Mack Farm It store No 223 Main street For Early Spring the world at Chapman Guyles Salyers Dr opposite I have just received a sample lino Duvalls residence drugstore old Market house corner A New Idea fl4 tf of the latest sty ie Hats and Bonnets We have received the latest things tf m The inhabitants of this place and for early spring Call and see them in English Checks and Striped Suit Â¬ Syrup of Figs Paint your buggy for less than one ings Sam D Johnson Co Mrs Sol Harris vicinity have long felt the necessity Manufactured only by the Califor- Â¬ Red Front 217 St Clair Street dollar by buying the paint from Gray nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco of having a larger and better assort- Â¬ Church hardware merchants Cal is Natures Own True Laxa- Â¬ Wait for the opening of O R ment of carpets s m tive It is the most easily taken We are prepared to show our Co if you want cheap Crutcher That want is now fully supplied and the most pleasantly effective Parasols 2t gentlemen customers the Gold Having secured the exclusive use of groceries remedy known to cleanse the system We have the latest novelties in when bilious or costive to tlispel Richardsons Carpet Exhibitor a Best New Orleans Molasses 50 cents and Silver Shirt at seventy five headaches colds and fevers to cure wonderful invention which from a per gallon at Mrs S J Bohannans cents and Si 00 One of the best Parasols they are beauties habitual constipation indigestion Sam D Johnson Co half yard sample will show the pat- Â¬ etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 made Weitzel ODonnell Red Front 217 St Clair Street tern perfectly matched on a very bottles by Chapman Gayle I have just received the newest large room giving every figure its and cheapest line of Corsets Hand Â¬ The most particular man in town For Landreths garden seeds go to Rliuematism and Neural- proportion and color from the com Â¬ kerchiefs Collars and Cuffs in the will have no trouble in selecting a Chapman Gayles old Market gia Cured in 2 Days Mrs Sol Harris Come and city bination of reflections hat at McClures This firm seems house corner tf see the great novelty The Indiana Chemical Co have to have the happy faculty of pleasing Co will have a Buy your harness and gear from O R Crutcher discovered a compound which acts And having made arrangements all tastes with truly marvelous rapidity in the Mastin Bros with one of the largest wholesale car Â¬ fine stock of fresh groceries open in a cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia Feb 2i tf store room in Belle few days Save your orders for For rent A pet houses in Cincinnati with a large We guarantee it to cure any and 2t point Apply to R C Nicol Mack Salyers wishes to announce every case of acute Inflammatory line of samples from them you can them m Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 to get a city assortment to select from Good apple vinegar 20 cents per For Sale Carriage one or two conthe public that his Premium Ba Â¬ DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ is now ready and on the embracing many grades and numer Â¬ gallon at Mrs S J Bohannans horse which will seat six persons lief in chronic cases and effect a market and sells at the lowest prices speedy cure ous new and choice patterns some Will sell or trade for a good horse On receipt of 30 cents in two cent private patterns such as are kept tf For Rent Store rooms on Bridge 4t E J Parker stamps we will send to any address stores This plan street opposite LeCompte Â¬ only in large city Car For Rent A house of seven the prescription for this offers h very decided advantage over penters drug store Apply to C W House for Rent A small cot- - rooms second door below Washing compound which can be wonderful tilled by competitors as there is no expense tf tage Apply to Dennis Murphy H Fincel ton on Broadway Apply to R Mi your home druggist at small cost We take this means of giving our carrying stock allowing the goods to Aldridge tf discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ Northern Seed Early Rose Bur be sold at less profit than any dealer A fine line of Table Linen at ting it out as a patent medicine it can selling from the piece We can bank and Snowflake potatoes 200 The man that couldnt tell the dif being much less expensive We will Weitzel ODonnells show you several patterns which we per barrel at Mrs S J Bohannans ference between a mules ears and a gladly refund money if satisfaction is can have cut without waste saving Seeds Blue grass clover tim- Â¬ lemon can plainly see the advantage not given For Sale Cheap One engineers othy oats and hemp seed at Mastin of buying his boots and shoes at The Indiana Chemical Co you from f cents to 000 on each II K McClure Crawfordsvllle Ind carpet You get what suits you and level McClures after examining their goods m It Bros are not obliged to buy old patterns or and hearing their prices Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand which they wish to sell cullings If you want a carpet do Second grade New Orleans Mo Â¬ A beautiful line of Swiss Ham- Â¬ An Elegant Substitute will receive the highest market prices not fall to call and see this large lasses H cents per gallon at Mrs S burg Torchon and Smyrna Lace by calling on Mack Salyers 223 Main assortment It can be had for you on J Bohanuuns at Weitzel ODonnells fl4 tf For Oils Salts Pills and all kinds street short notice you can also have it of blttor nauseous Liver Medicines Bucklens Arnica Salve Come in and see our cheap and Cathartics is the very agreeable made sewed if you wish the seams Wanted An energetic lady liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs carpet are all ironed The Best Salve in the world for of Brussels who owns the Automatic ma- neckwear in all colors and styles Its advantages are evident It Is more Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt We also carry full line of Rugs Weitzel ODonnell easily taken more acceptable to the Rheum Fover Sores Tetter Chapped chine to take agency for FrankÂ¬ Mattings Oil Cloths Carpet Sweep stomach more pleasantly effective Hands Chilblains Corns and all Address ers Door Mats Rubber Mats Lino Â¬ fort See Gray Church on Main street and more truly beneficial to the sys Â¬ SklnEruptlons and positively cure any other Wilcox Giuus S M Co leums Skc before you contract to have your tem than by leadingremedy Recom Â¬ Piles or no pay required Itis guar- Â¬ mended physicians and anteed to give perfect satisfaction or 528 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky house painted and they will save for sale in 50 cent and SI bottles by IJORDERE1 CARPETS money refunded Price 25 cents per you money Chapman Gayle Mar io 2t box For salo by Joe LeCompte Wo are prepared o fit your rooms 1 20 iioo I00 100 prices under the prices are about opportunity Dont J HEENEY SOUTH SIDE Â¬ Â¬ Q Bellepoint Mrs Keeling Gaines who has been very ill is a great deal bet Â¬ ter Hibay has removed from Ikllcpoint to Main street Frank Â¬ fort E M Hansbrough says his new residence will be ready for occu pancy by the 1st of April Mrs Â¬ W L Pence has commenced the erection of a new saw mill on the site of his fonrcr mill Judge Pence has the foundation completed on which he will make an addition to his residence Jerry Long has bought a lot on Benson street on which he intends to build a neat cottage shortly Ja D Moore is rapidly pro gressing with a new cottage on the corner of Kentucky avenue and Major street Dr J H Sullivan is strutting about with a broad smile upon his The fact is the countenance Dr drew all of five dollars in the Louisiana lottery at the last draw ing Mr W LeCompte from Forks of Elkhorn has moved into a cot Â¬ tage on Todd street Mr LeCompte will bo Superintendent of the tobacco stemmery on Wilkinson street in the city of Frank Â¬ fort The girls say that Judge Gaines is fixing up his premises in superb style new side walk lattice fence and no end to paint and white wash Wonder what it means Probably some dreamy eyed lazy maiden of the valley may kndv The young people of our vil lage had a royal good time at Mrs Bibays on Monday evening last The parlor wits a perfect galaxy of lovliness The dancing was kept up until a late hour and the boys went home with the girls in the morning The handsome popular and efficient magistrate Mr John W Bohannan retires from office in June It has been suggested that the court appoint him inspector of fish traps nets seines c with a salary of say five dollars per day while employed Mr Robert H Hazelrigg of Cincinnati Ohio has been here this week prospecting for a suitable location for a large steam tannery He has taken option on four acres of ground and will com mence operations as soon as the matter of the P G F railroad question is decided Let her boom At a wedding which recently took place not ten miles from this town when the preacher put the wilt home question to the lady thou take this man to be thy she dropped wedded husband the prettiest courtesy and with a modesty which lent her beauty and additional grace replied ff you please si Wasnt that charming simplicity We arc gratified to announce that Buttimers minstrels propose to give one of their uniqne musical entertainments at our new school building about May 1st the proceeds to be applied to the com- Â¬ Persons pletion of the house who have heard the performances of this company will testify that those who may attend will go away fully satisfied Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bridgeport letter frcm Bob Franklin whose energy and enterprise has led him Oats all about sowed in common with many other sons Considerable winter again of Frankfort to go west in pur There is so much suit of fortune Arthur Harrod has the boss of truth and such sound practical mule advice in Mr Franklins letter The hog trade is improving that I cannot but say a word in in of its sentiments prices considerably advanced dorsement What he says is full of meat for Dr J Russell Hawkins is very the street idler the corner loafer ill at his home near this place the fellow who spends half his Willie Crockett of Jessamine time in borrowing tobacco to fill is in the neighborhood his pipe and the other half in re county hearsing the latest scandal that has Mrs Lucy and Miss Katie Payne been hatched by some other un- - are the guests of Mrs Annie May Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ So it is full employed gossiper of meat for the sober sensible and earnest spirited people who have property and family interests and a desire for local improvement all depending on the future of this Yet my dear city of the valley omitted a tribute friend Bob has that is due to the first born of Frankfort the beautiful dreamy eyed lazy maiden of the hills the little suburban and picturesque village that gently nestles at the fo t of the hill that separates the pellucid waters of Benson from the broad basin of the Kentucky the growing earnest ambitious thriving faubourg of Bellepoint The time is not distant when Frankfort need well look to her laurels lest this child of her prosperity become the legitimate deFor pository of her inheritance as Bellepoint stretches up the Benson valley and populates the broad plateau below the lock and dots the hill top with tenaced walks and gardens residences and spans Benson and the Kentucky river with bridges trade and industry and capital will flow into her midst The great public will find a better crossing at the site of Pences mill when the present un safe and unsightly structre has dropped from its pillows The Frankfort Paris Georgetown railroad will emerge from Fort Hill and have its depot on Ken- Â¬ tucky avenue or Benson street thence going up to Benson Har dinsvillc and to a junction with Ohio and Louisthe Cumberland Unless Frankfort ville Southern awakes from her repose and unfolds her arms this brief epitome of future events will be something more than a poets dream Bob heres my B Â¬ Â¬ hall who Mrs Maggie Hawkins has been very ill for a week or two is better Several ladies and gentlemen of Alton were in our burg last Sunday Rev T N Arnold preached at Bridgeport Christian Church last Sunday Mr Jas Wade of Louisville spent a night in this town since our last report Lambs are being engaged in this vicinity for June delivery at 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Charles Owen has gone on a visit to Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ zens of the Capital city are flying high about now in the matter of The new fine public buildings city school structure was opened It takes for occupancy last week of the one destroyed by the place fire last fall and is a great credit to the city and the men who manCol W S aged its construction Dehoney for many years one of the Trustees and one of the most oublic spirited citizens takes a just pride in the work The build ing cost over 330000 and is said to be the finest public school building They have in the United States pupils 12 teachers and over 500 Col Dehoney says only four days of school teaching were lost by reason of the loss of the old building and the construction of the new The Government building just completed is also a great or- Â¬ nament to Frankfort being of beautiful design very substantial build and most elegant and costly finish It is worth your time to through these when in the look Awieison News city Â¬ Â¬ About Frankfort The citi- Â¬ She liked tho enndy and flowers ho brought Bho let him adore her at hor mimic court General Manager Sedgewick and And ruther enjoyed the arrangement But whenever he usked her to drive or Superintedent Walker of the Balwalk timore and Ohio Express CompaOr set on tnu rocks for n quiet talk Twos nlwnys so jolly of you you know ny were in town last week for Indeed Id be only too happy to go the purpose of establishing a wagon But you see I have an engagement line for their business from this The summers flow on as summers do place to Frankfort and Paris And love and despair to anguish grew At the thought of the winters es Georgctoivn Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trangement Her laugh rang out on the evening air As she showed him a ring on her finger 8o ho asked her one night to be his bride And go through life with him at her side m The Frankfort Roundabout has been enlarged spreading itself fair as it were and is a first class pa- Â¬ And murmured I have an engage Â¬ ment per ably edited and elegantly printed Mt Stetling Sentinel 1 1 noticed in your last issue a Democrat cents a pound Prof W F Russell and son Willie visited relatives in this village a few days since A knitting machine is needed Gabblclowu in this vicinity to supply stockings Another wedding very soon for the young chickens The chicken crop is flourishing Messrs J V Jenkins and S O Roberts made a visit to Shelby at present county the first of the week Mr Thomas Young has moved Mr John Collins has had two of near Finchville his horses badly lacerated by a Mr John Stigers is very sick wire fence within the past two or with the measles three weeks Sowing oats and gardening is Mrs William Parker of Shelby now the order of the day county has returned home from Mr N W Yount as gone an extended visit to her daughtei largely into the egg business Mrs J B Russell It is said there is to be a wedMr Thos Elliotts residence ding near Benson in a short time was consumed by fire last Sunday morning March 20 1887 No Mrs Minnie Strange visited insurance most of the furniture Mrs W F Clark on Thursday was saved last Â¬ Prof J B Lea is quite ill pneuMr Kager Goins and Miss LizC H Par zie Stigers will be married next monia the disease rent is teaching temporarily in the Thursday Bridgeport school house in conse Blue bonnets and red dresses quence thereof are the rage with the ladies in The feather renovating compa- this section ny Messrs Mike Flarhety and Mrs Kittie Stump is very ill John Rieb are booming things with the fever and her recovery Their work in every instance is seems doubtful We giving perfect satisfaction Mr Ed Stigers from near Bag know whereof we speak They are kept constantly employed often dad has been visiting Mr Louis having to work a greater part of Crim and family Mrs Lucy Lillis has moved the night in order to fill their orSuch enterprising gentle- back to her old heme to spend the ders men deserve encouragement rest of her days Mr Thad Yount will shortly Bloomington remove from this neighborhood and we will lose a good citizen W B Onan sold his logs to Mrs Maggie Clark and family Samuel Martin at 440 of Lexington are visiting her sis Mrs Lydia Beckett of Wood- ter Mrs Sallie Stigers near Bag ford is visiting Mrs Webster dad Mr Oliver Travis near Benson Milton Arnold sold his roan mare to Joseph Duvall for 100 has a beautiful mule which he has Mrs Julia Wallace and Kate given up the idea of breaking and Duvall visited Mrs John Bird will make a pet of it The charming dude of this Sunday place is going to sell his fine roan Mrs Hawkins sale came off on horse and get married and the Tuesday and both stock and girls are all sick in consequence household effects brought very Messrs H K Strange and J good prices B F Stigers went to Shelbyville Willard Luckett of Edcyville on Tuesday of last week with a Ky has been visiting his parents load of very fine apples Mr Mr and Mrs Saml Luckett but Stigers sells a quantity of fine fruit has returned home every year Miss Jennie Sullivan and Katie Consolation Shelby Co Hockersmith two charming young ladies of Peaks Mill have been W W Wade is improving his visiting Mrs Cordie Onan property Wm Lea will put in a crop of Geo B Johnson tho handsome clerk at Meriwether Hotel came to tobacco this year see his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Miss Veda Gaines will remove to Louisville this week Johnson a few days since One of our merchants is before On Thursday Married 15th inst at Mr Samuel Lucketts the grand jury again charged with Mr Gip Graham to Miss Katie selling whisky Gip Duvall both of this couny Miss Mattie J Magruder broth has fought a good fight and al- Â¬ er and sister are visiting relatives though slightly wounded has won in Carroll county this week the crown jewel Two men in this neighborhood have three dogs that they sleep Tobacco is selling so low and there is so much dissatisfaction with every night until flea time Â¬ 1 among farmers in regard to prices paid lor it that only a small acreage will be planted in this county thisscason as it docs not pay for production Therefore the farmers knowing that the laborer should be rewarded for his toil are turning their attention to something else which promises to reward the industrious and starve the idle They arc going into the grape seed trade which is said to pay much better than tobacco and a joint stock company has already been formed for that pur- Â¬ pose The name and style of the company is The Grape Seed Company of Kentucky Wm Gravitt is President and Jas Harp Win Quarles loe Duvall V B Onan Sam J C Noel Martin I H Moore Lee Penn H T Settle and John Bell Vice Presidents Byron Scantlan Secre tary Milton Arnold Treasurer and Albert Jeffers Door keeper The company is going to com- Â¬ mence business immediately so as to have the seed before the Legislature convenes this fall and we hope that its every effort will be crowned with success And now Mr Editor you must excuse us for a season and for having so often trespassed upon your valuable columns Success to the Roundabout Â¬ Blood and ItloiieS shaping hi actions during hm pilgrimage Tho blood of mini hat much to do in through this troublcooino world regard less of tho amount of present or expect Â¬ ant money in pocket or stored away in bank It is n concoilcd fact that wo up pear as our blood makes us and the purer tho blood tho happier healthier piottier and wiser wo nro henco tho oft re peated interrogatory how is your blood V With puro streams of lifo giving fluid courping through our veins bounding through our hearts and ploughing through our physical frames our morals become better our constitution stronger our in tellectual faculties moro acute and grand Â¬ er and men women and children happier healthier and moro lovely Tho unprecedented demand tho un paralleled curative powors and tho un mistakable proof from those of unim Â¬ peachable character and integrity point with nn unerring linger to B B B Bo tanic Blood Balm as far tho best tho cheapest tho quickest and tho grandest and tho most powerful blood remedy ever before known to mortal man in tho re lief and postive cure of Scrofula Rheuma tism Skin diseases all taints of blood poison Kidney complaints old ulcers and sores cancers catarrh etc B B B is only about three years old a baby in age a giant in power but no remedy in America can mako or over has made Buch a wonderful showing in its magical powers in curing and entirely eradicating tho nbovo complaints and gigantic sales in the tace of fronzied op Â¬ position and would bo moneyed monopo lists Letters from all points where introduced are pouring in upon us speaking in its loudest praise Some say thoy receive more benefit from one bottle of B B B than they have from twenty and llfty and even ono hundred bottles of a boasted de Â¬ coction of inert and non medicinal roots and branches of common forest trees We hold tho proof in black and white nnd wo also hold the fort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All who deairo full information about tho cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh etc can secure by mail free u copy of our 82 puge Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with tho most wonderful and startling proof ever before known BLOOD BALM CO Address Atlanta Ga For sale by W H AVERILL March lil lm Â¬ Â¬ Children TOR Â¬ PITCHERS Â¬ Â¬ fastoiia Centaur Lfnimeuti Is tho most wonderful Paiu Ciirer the world htiH ever known Â¬ Â¬ TREES VE Steele TREES Asparagus and HAVE TIII3 YEAR AN UNSURPASSED of fruit und ORNAMENTAL TREES f J rape Vines Send for general Nursery and Strawberry Cata Â¬ Wo have no agents but sell at honest logues prices Direct to the Planter Feb 19 3m H F HILLENMEYER Lkxinoton Kr 0 E COLLINS -- BR0 DEALERS IN- - GENERAL HARDWARE and Building Material Paints Lime Cement Blacksmiths and Oil Glass Waon Makers Material Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations nnd at very lowest prices Cor Broadway aud Lewis Streets FRANKFORT Feb 24 1 -- KENTUCKY f 1 Franklins Pike Hion Coiiimig- - A Mistake Corrected Now if you had a Â¬ mu cou 1 see that the act of the County PKC Craw March 12 1887 hitting a iick ot vou Court s of Novctnbcr last appoint work without vourwould gladly let Editor JmmdutiOiit on it we tii vuunnissiun ing a Jsriugc anu i iku I wrote you a few days ago ours be is being severely criticised by you have the money that Ballows rabid dog had bitten The leading objection ing a county mud road and not a four Baptists and Campbellites many Query seems to be that the Commission pike alters the the case There were Arc we not all citizens of the It was a mistake ers are unnecessary county officials numerous signs of the same kind all an we and Peaks Mill town are visiting James McDaniel that there is nothing for them to countyright tohave good not From personal last Monday things equal the draw the three dollars per and family do but Morals at this place improv Im satisfied that Turn over the poor house let observations How narrow is the vision diem the Baptists and Campbellites ing at this writing there are Henry B Hawkins and Geo of some of us poor mortals and them have the selection of the who were supposed to be mad not more than four or five Quast were in our city last week keeper At least it would make how different our views on the sub candidates were not dog bitten and I here church members who get drunk with samples of clothing boots and ject would be if only we were it easier on the manyonly have to make a public apology to Mr Whisky drinking is not the shoes from Louisville drawing that awfully extravagant for then they would court the good graces of three in- Ballows dog Will you please only evil the church has to C F Taylor our blacksmith is three dollars per day I claim that send the dog Tiger a copy of contend with There is a deacon now prepared to do all work en stead of twelve men The County in the last few they will be more apt to have a your paper containing this expla- in one of the churches in this part of Gods vineyard who spends nine trusted to his care and will soon years has built many miles ot knowledge of the applicants fitness nation pike at a considerable cost to the for the place than twelve Doubtless you and your many nights in each week playing cards we hear add a stock of good plows If it Some of these roads takes twelve men a day to select a readers would like to know the until midnight and then goes to to his line making it convenient to tax payers are keeping themselves up others keeper three will do it as soon or cause My private opinion is church on Sunday morning and all in this section who are in need have been thrown on the county sooner and at a less cost to the that it was buckeyes that affected hands around tne oread and wine such Birdie M Harrod has just reas county roads and are now kept county Let them superintend the church members On last and yet good men in the church in repair by the same at a great the keepers administration Birdie is county court day I noticed several will complain because the commu- Â¬ turned from Woodford Se cost each year Why is this the lect a physician let him examine church members going into a nity is so wicked It would re- deeply impressed with the county Has any one investigated the inmates discharge all who are room between McClures and the quire the most powerful magnify he says Yet we understand tis case matter Has the County physically and mentally able to Deposit Bank They would get ing glass in the world to tell the not the county altogether that the Judge or Court inquired into the labor and see that the discharge near the door and stand look all difference between the world and causes him to express himself so pointedly case to sec why the roads are not is carried out thereby saving the around and when they thought the church Let us settle the county many dollars in seeing that no one was looking would slip in self sustaining Rev T N Arnold preached at The elegant steamer Blue Wing matter either make all the roads its charity is not grossly abused and then wait until a crowd would this place last Lords day He is has left our pretty river and will Is for surely no one is a pauper be come along and then go with an able man and one who Zeke from now be in the Carrollton and free or make them toll roads it right for the county to build a it man or woman who has the them thinking no doubt that no Yocum thinks one of the best Louisville trade We were very road for one section subject to ability to work There is plenty one saw tnem would repeat men in Kentucky Dont preach sorry to learn she was to be toll then in another build them a for them to do They can be paid the same trick over twenty times about whisky dancing or card no more but very glad to know Many of the roads are and the county will not be one a day Towards night their eyes playing Just give them a few that her hospitable commanders free road damaging for the want of proper dollar the poorer Only enlarge would squint some slobbered closes of Bro Barnes medicine trade had grown so large that she attention The county makes an their sphere of action and they some threw up when they could A religion that dont require any could no longer meet its demands appropriation of 1000 or 1200 will earn their 3 per diem when they couldnt they threw sacrifice is the kind that suits the and that the elegant passenger I noticed one good man professed christians at this age of steamer Fannie Fearn has been as the case may be to a road the Then after while when we have down company takes the money lets become educated up to the point going in this place with his nephew the world P S No offence is in- Â¬ brought in She is certainly a out their contracts by private bids let us dispense with the cumber- who was once a drunkard tended Zeke palace new nice and clean and then becomes its own receiver Is some and expensive workings of to treat him on buckeye juice with the genteel and refined Capt Hatton it anyones business to look after the County Court What did the Another church member who Anderson her master and the ac Dear Nephew Im near Hat whose Court of Claims last fall cost the IcaJs in singing and prayer came these things If so Fearn in ton on Mink Run behind a commodating Sam The County Judge or Magistrates county Would not three men out with one shoulder ten inches charge of her office will merit a Health hete good On do they take cognizance of such have executed the business just as higher than the other What stump last County Court Day something share of the public patronage things well Who says no Let these would his Sunday school scholars like Asiatic Cholera made its ap- May she ever prosper Rex m Are there not many of the pikes three commissioners have full con- think of him if they had seen pearance on the road from Frank The Southern Bivouac that the county has built which trol of the countys finances the him One of my near neighbors what fort Mr Church member are in poor condition for the lack same as the present County Court The Southern Bivouac for April of some to look after them some save in large appropriations of would you have told the Savior if was taken suddenly ill in your city opens with theflrt paper by General his second appear- he commenced throwing up his one who feels it his particular duty general interest let that be decid- he had made E M Law on The Fight for Rich Â¬ to see to that particular thing ed by a vote of the people Let ance and caught you in one of eyes were badly crossed but no mond General Law tells his story The greatest objection I see to the the Magistrates become district those places For the sake of cramping was noticed nad very with great clearness and it will bo this Commission is that their sphere of Judges as now having nothing to common decency dont be guilty peculiar breath flavored with gar- read with interest especially at con Â¬ lic and mean whisky pulse very time because of the controversy Dont bring shame action is not large enough nor the do with the finances of the county any more cerning the conduct of General of selection equitable If this had been the case during and disgrace upon the cause of feeble knees limber mind wander McCIellan manner ing did not know his best friend Mrs Patty B Semple contributed Select them from different parts of the deliberations in regard to the Christ in Some say that they are not wanted to fight after throwing up an article on Sidney Lanier there will be a new jail how much would it have the county so that I for some time he threw down re which is given a short sketch of his several parts saved the county Let some one ashamed to go to such places good man from the life and a critical estimate of his of the county to watch the inter say who has the figures At the pity the rian who is utterly lost mained unconscious for some time work A short article repeats what Gener Â¬ ests of the county in his imme- least the difference between the You might squeeze through the He was not drunk some thought pearly gates but it might be like it was Scott fever One of the al Jackson said to General V G Select one from pay of three and twelve men for diate locality Hon County Court took the poor Harding relative to his duel with Peaks Mill and Elkhorn one from how many days I venture to say the Dutchman who belonged to sick man School Dickinson out to Ianrdale and Bridgeport The that the three would have built it the Sons of Temperance He lot and laid him the Public thought Henry W Cleveland has in the out He April Bivouac a story which illus-Â¬ idea is to have them distributed as soon probably sooner and just went to the door and knocked he was dead but by the use of trates the devotion of an old slave to over the county so that they may as good as the twelve Magistrates for admission when the sentinel his young mistress and describes a put his ear to the wicket and de- Mother Winslows soothing syrup great flood in the Mississippi have an oversight of the countys did Justicia restored him to life After using P S Hunter ha a pleasant manded the pass word which he Select the best man interests gave and the sentinel reported to 25 pounds of country soap his wife paper on Virginia Birds locality a man of abilifrom each The concluding paper on John the worthy patriarch that Bro recognized him as her husband The New Distillery managed his own ty one who has Stoflefunk had given the pass Dont blame Ballows dog with Cleves Sy mines contains an excellent affairs in a profitable and successportrait of the theorist from a pencil but his breath this case Hoping you may live sketch by his brother I will guarantee he ful manner Mr J B Lewis Superinten- word correctly The worthy patri- a long and prosperous life I rewas wrong will do the county justice Messrs dent of Taylors new distillery h The Surrender on Fort Donnel son Moiton M Caseday tells how arch directed the sentinel not to main your uncle Tinsley and Collins I know to be in this city informs us that the it was that General S B Buckner Zeke Yocum men of ability they having man distillery will be put in operation admit him The Great Worthy third in command was left to surren Â¬ Its capacity is from Patriarch of heaven will say to you aged their own financial affairs this week der the fort The article by Judge Hines on Tattleridge Mr Hannon may 35 to 40 barrels a day and it will that your breath is not only bad successfully The Northwestern Conspiracy be fully their equal but not hav Â¬ give employment to 25 hands but your example depart into deals with the operations on the ing the honor of his acquaintance A M Bedford has been appoint Â¬ everlasting fire prepared for the There will be preaching at the lakes and tells of the capture and ex Â¬ 1 speak from personal ed Storekeeper Alt Sterling Ga devil and his hosts church next Sunday cannot ecution of John Y Beall The story is one of painful interest There is a case near this place them have charge zette knowledge Let Miss Sallie Bell opened a school Thomas umebrake has a review ot I mean a church member whp of all the roads of the county Let Tennysons latest poem which is gets drunk every county court at Beachridge last week each man keep an oversight of all A Voice From the Parso Â¬ both appreciative and suggestive Prospects are not very favora- Â¬ day The members of his church roads in his boundary see that The Editors Table has an article nage will drink with him and treat him ble for gardening this week on Henry Ward Beecher and one on good surveyors are put in charge Mr Cable and the negro but this poor man cant well conof the county roads men that have Brownwood Ua Dec 7 1885 Mrs J P Baker is improving Danske Dandridge Wm H too much slowly from her recent illness the ability to make a road and The Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga trol himself and gets Hayne and Charles J OMalley This- past summer Then they will report the brother Gentlemen more especially a man that travels Â¬ have each a poem suitablo to was away on u two months my Prof J B Lea of Bridgeport son Mr OMalleys To a the sea Â¬ Mock the road he works Then if dur visit wife her return homo she had to the church and hold up their On The same made a flying visit to Tattleridge ingbird in April is worthy of speÂ¬ ing the winter a part of his road a wretched cold which growing hands against him cial notice becomes impassable give him a worse caused mo to cull in a physi thing happens every court day Saturday Mr Thralekill was on the Ridge The St Andrews Bay Land small sum to repair it with Not cian Ho attended her several weeksÂ¬ What will become of such hypowithout benefiting her She know crites This poor fellow will say Saturday buying hogs and engag Â¬ Company hooked a good many pike it but haul rock and break ing the splendid etfect S S S hud on them with a napping hammer say me determined to test it in her case next church meeting breethren I ing lambs suckers in this city Two thous- Â¬ ten feet wide and six inches deep At that timo she had copious and dis Â¬ nowledge that I was sick but not Messrs A C and Joe Sho and five hundred dollars were sent agreeable discharges from the And then some of the then that mud hole will not trouble nostril Before the first bottle ofleft drunk S brethren who drank with and walter were on the sick list last them through the mails from this By fixing a few flaws S S was used up she was much bet Â¬ again soon week with chicken pox place each year the road will soon be ter and u few additional bottles set treated the poor devil will say be ex- Â¬ We attended a jolly wedding I move that Bro open for travel at all times It Her all right Miss Ellen Lea to Mr It is remarkable that S S S is cused The vote is then taken the 17th WM V 1111 Wlall feW WUdhWIII good for colds and sore throats A and Bro will say let us pray Cull Smith at the brides ho me Court to pay several hundred dol- lew months ago I was troubled occa Â¬ One of the Best Looated Resi Â¬ cheerfully to repair a pike but sionally with my throat from preach Then a song is sung and they all near Hatton lars dences in South Frankfort let a surveyor of a county mud road ing I carried a bottle of Swifts Spe get ready for the next county Mr Elijah Lee is improving his And thus it will con- Â¬ farm with a new fence He fix a mile cltic with mo on the circuit When Â¬ court day apply for fifty dollars to became irritated and W II HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS of his impassable road or to get ever my throat would take a dose of tinue until the judgment day and ought to improve his house with house mid and lot on the corner of Cross unit annoyed me I all go to hell together Main streets The lot contains ubout two ncrej around an almost perpendicular S S S just before retiring and on a housekeeper and the house Is In iood repair There are nppte Professed christians take Zeke hill how they would shake their awakening I would he well peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place Mr Richard Games has rented roses two mrije pits stocked with Marshal Nell Ukv Joseph O Lanoston Yocums advice and quit this soul My dear Solonic heads and say roses and Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ destroying practice or leave the his farm near Hatton to Mr Wil- Â¬ heated and u green house planted with hot water with Ultchtngs Improved sir we know your road is all but eases mailed free Â¬ and will impassable and all that but we The Swift Specific Co Drawer church and go to hell like a gen liam Fulton in Louisvillemake his TERMS EASY tleman ought and dont ruin the future home Apply to Db W II HALL Atlanta Ga have not been in the habit of giv- two each year o such r mds only grudgingly paying a team on them a day or In Letter lrom Zeke Yocum T tc 1 Â¬ Â¬ Polj jfrove youth of the country God will punish you so much if you go not Spring is here so arc we into his presence from the world as he will from the church Business is good in all depart Dont all your lives and ments drink whisky then go hining into His presence Preaching Saturday and Sunday and ask Him to save your poor at the Baptist Church by Rev J drunken souls Christians pon A Head of Fontcrey der this matter over seriously Mrs Coleman of Frankfort May God help you to and Mrs Pembcrton of Middle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ htri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out-of-do- or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Feb-26-- lr h tfRANOORT Franklin ROUNDABOUT Turnpike Comity Commissioners K v March S 87 Board of Tllnlpikc and The Bridge Commissioners met at the Court house this day Present S M Tinsley Presi dent Lawrence Hannon and W L Collins The proceedings of the last meeting having been published in Â¬ Frankfort Vevtikn Akgus the reading of the minutes of the last full in the Â¬ meeting was dispensed with ThcCommiltce on Repairs reported that the bridge across North Elkhorn at the Forks of Klkhorn was ordered to be repaired also the road lending from the city limits to the Louisville turnpike had been put in good condition W C Bryant President of the Frankfort St John and Jacksonville turnpike No 16 reported that one fourth of a mile of the extension of the road was now about finished and requested the Commissioners to go and examine the same and if they found that it was built according to the legal requirements to recommend to the County Judge to order a warrant to be issued for the payment of same This was referred to the Committee on Inspection A county bridge near the Shelby county line was reported in a bad Referred to Commitcondition tee on Repairs The new bridge across the mouth of Benson was reported to need painting also the passage Referred way required repairing to Committee on Repairs The last grand jury having called the attention of the Com- Â¬ missioners to the road way be- Â¬ tween the two bridges on the west side of the Kentucky river the President appointed V L Collins and the Secretary a committee to wait upon the city authorities and request them to assist the Commissioners in putting said road in thorough repair The Committee on Inspection was directed to examine the condition of the Frankfort and Lewis Â¬ Â¬ informed the Commissioners that with the exception of the last two elections no election for directors had been held for twenty years and they had made no report and that all the then elected directors had died save one and that one was still r ady anxious and willing to continue as manager of the road The present Board would fix the time for a stockholders meeting and would inform the Commis sioners thereof The Board then adjourned to meet again the second Tuesday in April unless called together at an earlier date by the President Â¬ P T7 M AJTOH 4 -- ATTORNEY AT Tu A W Look Out Street We Are Coming to the Engine FIIA NKFOKT KY TTTILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS V of Firtnkllii Cafroll Gallatin Boone Owen On account of an increase in our business we have removed our store from Attn St to and Grant counties In thn Court of Appeals and In the Federal Court Miiin Next Door House Housekeepers Ai tent ion Where we propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as nny house in Kentucky We hnve ssccured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USE OLLIVER AND SODTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS AVERY LeCOMPTES MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL PLOWS BAKING LeOompte POWDER MCORMJr BINDERS REAPHRS Garpenter f OF THE MOWERS CARTS AND HARNESS Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY by We have aUo added to our stock Attest WS Dkhonky BUGGIES SURRE7SR0AL Secietaty SADDLES Mr J E Miles senior member of the large flour manufacturing FAMOUS GEN HARRIS house of J E Â¬ PROPRIETORS FIELD jIJpHMMflHHKvBOBKflBHuiHK3 MuLMmSsmiSSSKM WKm SEEDS A SPECIALTY t urrixr mAoi JUi 4 COLOGNE Call nnd sec us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miles Son AND Ky who have recentFrankfort ly opened a branch business in this LCOMPTES HANDSM00THER city pays Mr C A Baird the general freight and passenger A Railroad agent of the T O the high compliment of saying NOTIFIED that he is the most accommodating THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle Garrett THATv boucht from Mrs admin and courteous railroad man that istratrix Inof E Whltesldes deceased his entire Interest the he has ever come in contact with during his entire business experi- Furniture and Undertaking When it is remembered ence that Mr Miles has been shipping goods and that upon a large scale for some thirty years the And havo sold one half Interest In my business to extent of the compliment can readily be conceived of South S Florida Sentinel March gth DTOfW jliho NOTIGE BUSINESS Jno T STILL AHEAD WITH THE I3 uc3sle3r iir t Â¬ i Â¬ Largest Stocfo Ever brought to this city in AND W DEHONEY IBB w m iMBi Ill isH The And hereafter the stylo of the firm will be Â¬ Renews Her Youth Fancy Goods Of all descriptions Â¬ Mrs Phrebe Ceesley Peterson CIny county Iowa tells the following re Â¬ STOCK old stand And the continued markable story the truth of which is of Whltesbuslnesswill be No 218 St at the street OF Ides A Staten Clair vouched lor by the residents of the Maj 8 tf JOS T STATEN town I am 78 years old have been STOVES GRATES troubled with Kidney complaint and lameness for many years could not Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases dress myself without help Now lam free from all pain andsorenessand am And at prices that cannot be dupliable to do all my own housework I General Insurance Agent cated ever seen in one House in owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for Frankfort before Dont forOfllce on Main St Opposite Farmers Bank having renewed my youth and re Â¬ get the place REPRESENTING moved completely all disease and JNO T BUCKLEY nam IS Leading American and Foreign Companies Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos St Clair Street WITH OVEK STATEN DEHONEY LBfeEST F C HTJCHES Â¬ Â¬ -- LeComptes drug store 4 BUILDING LOT FOR SALE AO00D offered for sale ut a bargain For terms apply at this olllce i ebJJ tf BUILDING LOT 50 BY 335 OR 840 PERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- 1 erty at lowest rates Agent Anchor Line of Steamship Prepaid Ticket bold from any point Apr17 1 In Great Hrlttaln or Ireland 10000000000 ASSETS Â¬ SHORN HILL POULTRY L B Choic Coal Cheap KINDS SCREENED ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Full Prompt Weight Bottom Prices Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer nnd Denier in Ferry turnpike The President of the Frankfort and Stamping Ground turnpike report viz MARSHALL PROPRIETOR Â¬ STEAM ENGINES BOILERS R Brown Leghorns S road company made the following hornsC Buff Cochins Black C WhiteWLeg F Javas Telephone connection No 3J To the Honoiablc Board of Commissioners of the Turnpikes and Bridges of Franklin county I beg leave to make the follow- Â¬ Â¬ Spanish EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 200 Per setting of 13 Feb 12 2m B CEO B MACIILIST FRANKFORT KY-Dec8- Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Kepairing Promptly county 6 The cash receipts Stamping the from Ground gate from Feb i886 to March 1887 Receipts from Woodlake gate for same period ing report DR W 1 Franklin county owns 15 OF CINCINNATI OHIO shares in this road WILL BE AT THE 2 The shares cost 100 each 3 All the stock is filed in the County Clerks office IN FRANKFORT KY 4 The road is in bad repair SATURDAY APRIL 9 1887 miles in 5 The road is 6 SATURDAY MAY 7 1887 2 y miles located in Frank- Â¬ length lin county and 4 miles in Scott Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDING I KELLET WK Attended to CROMWELL w Agent for Attorney-at-LaAND CAPITAL HOTEL BOILEI2 Steam Pumps Columbus 123 Lowis St TUL iS ElfcTQ ATDD iaTE ana TTsTOIEeiES Near tho River Frankfort Ky and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase of real estate collection of rents claims and sale Olllce opposite and tne negotiation of loans June 25 WILL Heal Estate Agent THE PRACTICE IN COURTS E SEND FOR PRICE LIST OF B G MATTERNS CAPITAL BLIND and ly J A3 A VIOLETT Sckn JJ Win Ivij ITCHING PILES By JAS ANDREW 8COTT 352 90 362 63 S71S 53 the Brlnkerholl System and a cure Is guaran teed in every case oi rues NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED SCOTT VIOLETT ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STREET GODS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN WILL and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Duvall Building Expenditures period Expenditures ceipts for same 794 34 re- Â¬ FISTULA IN ANO Is cured Jan 22 tf PORTRAITS IE CRAYON FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing DR J Â¬ S COLLINS AND ALSO over 78 81 RECTAL ULCER This amount was advanced by the Board 7 The road has never declared a dividend Nothing has been paid the county as a dividend 9 The legal requirements have not been complied with as to grade Stockholders in the road Scott tcounty owns 20 shares in the road Franklin county owns 5 shares private individuals own 10 shares The Jast election for directors was held February 11 1885 8 1 MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa tient does not call too late This Is the greatest OFFICE Teeth extracted without pain by the secret enemy of mankind and a disease of which use of Nitrous Oxide or laughing gas w as known before the BRINK little or nothing uiuraMf KRHOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrtiea lame back headache dyspepsia Itching Increased L F COMPTON W C MACKLINl at night kidney and bladder trouble that aro not Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel aware It It In now u well established fact that many dis COMPTON MACKLI1T eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or rnOlRIETOKS aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER Â¬ DENTIST PHOTOGEAPHS Of all Sizes at Reduced Price Ulnw iitii Jmfflill R ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - M7jmatxzimL T E 9 COMPLETE LINE OF REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort J M WITHROW Lexington Dr Keller can be found ut his Cincinnati office every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT Elkhorn Roller Mills -- IIAVK Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock nnd all Kinds of TIIK rVLL- - Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ dressing URDAY Shirts Made to Order AUD MANUrACTURK Respectfully W I KEJLLEY M D Ben Emerson 376 West Seventh St Oinoinnati 0 President B2T CONSULTATION FREE iOne of the directors of this road Dec 2G ly Six of the best grades of tne best Flour made in the World Office A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN FOR SALE OR RENT KY STIIEET FRANKFOIIT wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square Jan87 ly All the lutest Btyle furniture constantly In stock Mar b lr AVMSaHSSS near tb