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J n au The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY APRIL 2 1887 Number 29 STUPENDOUS STDCE to SELECT FROM AN INSPECTION INCURS NO OBLIGATION TO 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 Annts TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Guffs dono up equal to new Work guaranteed County Courtday Monday HUDSON HUMPHRIES Â¬ 1 CASSELL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr E M Hansbrough has been The following are the receipts of nine children in bed with the Last November the city of very unfortunate the past two and expenditures of the city of Frankfort loaned the city of Louismeasles this week the ninth one The early garden catches the having been the first to take it months He undertook to build Frankfort for the year ending De- ville her steam fire engine E cember 31 886 late snow storm a residence in Bellepoint last fall H Taylor jr several weeks ago reand it was Kkckipts Sickness in his family prevented Cish on hand Dec 3 1SS5 21795 46 turned last week with the followSleigh riding on the first of 1S86 The fire hydrant at the corner its completion Soon after Chrisr Revenue account Taes collect- ing letter to the Chief of the Fire April is something unusual in this of Main and Cross streets has been uias he had an attack of pneumonia 89 Department Mr A H McClure 19984 section taxes collected 5 406 44 unearthed and a stone wall built which came very near resulting School fund interest in School fund lottery 3oco 00 viz N depot is being re- around it to prevent its being fatally Sinking fit nil hack taxes So 33 Tlc L but by the skillful treat- Sinking fund licences 9326 48 Office of Chief Engineer in of paired and the exterior of the again buried by the caving ment of Dr Hume and the patient School sinking fund hack taxes 31 36 March 24th 1887 J the high bank behind it building repainted nursing of Mr Walker Coloied school fund Taxes col and gentle A H McClure Esq lected 19 16 Lottery My Dear Chief iocoo 00 The sacrament of the Lords Sampson he recovered but shortly Market houe I Early gardens have been somehave 1669 55 this day shipped you the will be administered at the afterwards had a severe spell of Police court what demoralized by the wintry Supper 2164 22 247 70 engine you so kindly loaned our measles which it is feared have Streets paid by Water Co First Presbyterian Church weather of the past week Work house 490 45 city which I hope will arrive safe morning at oclock The settled on his lungs He has been Interet 2515 60 Am sorry I could not return it City Twenty nine beds were reno i4S6 95 services will be held confined to his bed for over three Fire Hall preparatory sooner but I was placed in such a Department sale of old vated on Wednesday by the Wes is still quite ill bose weeks and 60 00 position that it was impossible for this morning at oclock tern Feather Renovating Com me to do so though improving and we hope State of Kentucky State Please accept my cences 4610 00 The Womens Exchange of will soon be up though it will be School building fund pany thanks and through me the thanks 5 7y School building fund bonds M E Church will be discon1500 co of our citizens to yourself and the March gave us a parting shot in the some time before he will be out School building premiums 350 00 citizens of Frankfort for your the nhape of an eleven inch snow tinued for the present but all again promptness and kindness in the Toal WilSi5 37 59 on Wednesday the heaviest wc orders left vith Mr H R matter and should you at any Mrs W B Steffee of this city liams at his store South Side lSS6 EXPrNUI TURKS have had for several years time be placed in the same posi had a duck with four legs hatched School fund will be promptly attended to 94 5 46 tion that I was dont hesitate to School sinking fund 132 80 on Sunday which lived two days Colored schools fund Owing to the probability of but Again thanking you 303 47 call on me Boring for gas was begun at La having been chilled to death by the Market house 7 50 I remain few houses being built in this city very truly yours etc Police court 2064 40 Edward Hughes the coming summer many of our grange on Wednesday Mr E cold Tuesday night One pair of Sinking fund 10705 02 Streets P Bryan President of the Frank- legs are in the usual place but the Chief Fiic Department 4828 30 mechanics are going west Work house 2S9 79 fort Heating Company was pres- second pair are attached to an Paupeis 1716 83 Mr Louis D Craig has been ent to take notes and his Compa elongation of or appendix to the File Department The Louisville Post makes the appointed a U S Storekeeper by ny will soon commence operations body Both pair are perfectly Fireproper J department 4627 81 following very flattering notice of lire hydrants Collector Robinson and assigned here 3125 00 a former Frankfort boy formed but in walking the hind 7752 Si to duty at the Old Crow Distillery Miscellaneous Mr Wm M Watson for eight legs were dragged It was as Gas lights 3404 96 Simon Perry colored while on Glens Creek 3385 51 years connected with The Post lively as a cricket and got about Salaries 3090 00 has deserted the newspaper busi- working in a quarry in Belle Point Police 5126 32 with ease Found On St Clair street found the head and a portion of Ibidge 923 45 ness for the pleasant position of Oil lights 34 65 city agent of the rails City Insurnear Bank of Kentucky Tuesday the body of a petrified snake It The intelligence was received City Hall 1152 S7 ance Company No institution one half of a gold framed eye glass is three or four inches in circum- here Wednesday that Mrs Rev Pumps and wells 66 55 Tax rebates ever had a more faithful ener270 15 Owner can have same by calling ference the eyes and scales being R D Blair of Jefferson county Assessment rebates in 05 getic and painstaking employe Centennial celebration 28S 55 and paying for this notice plainly defined than The Post possessed in Mr Mrs E M Hans State of Kentucky licenses the mother of He was always ready 18S5 4450 00 Watson brough of this city is quite ill School building fund Mr Frank Woertx the well Goon News Promised Judge 20462 95 always capable The paper loses known stonecutter and former W P D Bush President of the and thought to be gradually sink- Franklin county advanced for a very valuable servant by his deCourt house bell m 35 keeper of Lock No 4 died at his Paris Georgetown and Frankfort ing She has been in delicate Sewer South Frankfort The insurance company 7915 25 parture Hridge 500000 gets a good man and one who home on Wilkinson street Mon railroad writes the Times that he health for a number of years and Intel estbonds redeemed accounts interest 011 lias reliable assurances given him will undoubtedly make a reputa bridge bonds day night after a protracted ill personally that will enable him her family fear she cannot last 75 00 tion for himself I hope he will much longer Mrs Hansbrough ness within a tew days to give to the 394344 99 speedily advance to the front rank Iialance people of Scott county some good cannot visit her mother on ac21072 60 of insurance men and every one Mr J Pickett Woodson of news in reference to the prospects count of the illness of her hus of his associates on The Tost 115417 59 the South Side has had eight out of said road Gtoigetoivu Times band joins heartily in the wish Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ li- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L Vmf 5S j j j -- tj T ry 7 - - I HUriMtMHNMIHKM WEaillLiIEl YET OTXJK STOOK 13 fanes O -- U-J 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 7e3 50 Dozen Linen Damask Towels at The best Towel ever sold for 50 Dozen Linen Towels large size cheap at 25c 50 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen BOcr3-aa- lot numbers 5 025 25 m m I i si vk k A large assortment of Hamburg Trimmings which wc have assorted in at xic 50 75 I 40 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen 50 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen White Damask Table Linen per yard from 25 cents to Turkey Red Damask per yaid from 25 cents to We lave recehed another lot of those cheap Bed Spreads at 100 125 and 50 cents 65 cents 75 cents 90 cents 25 Pieces of India Linen Checks at 25 India Linen Stripes at 25 India Linen Checks at Plain India Linen from 5 cents to 00 75 70 I liwi DgESS SfflgJsl I No 1 50 Styles in good quality and width at 30 Styles at 8 cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard i No No 2 3 No 4 No 5 No 6 No 7 40 Styles at 25 Styles at 25 25 25 10 12 1 Styles at Styles at Styles at 5 50 10 and Pinelsinen -- r 20 cents per yard 25 Sic I2jc 25 We have exclusive control of THE GOLD AND These arc 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 XCARPETS The Banner Sign Main Street Personals Dress Goods WEXTZEL ODONNELL The concert given in also a handsome line of French t AND t OIL t CLOTHSX-Call and see us t We have added to our stock a line of Carpets Oil Cloths Matting and Rugs which we will sell low editing a paper in Austin Texas for tin past year returned to his homo in this county Thursday evening To Texas correspondent Yes Mr Pat Nooiian left Tuesday Miss Una Marshall is visiting morning and Messrs Landou S Cole friends in Midway man and Hiram Tim J Sel Miler Esq of Louisville Thursday for Kansas City Forbes left to locate was in Hie city Tuesday Miss Nettie Darling of Carrollton Col II L Giltner of Danville who has been visiting Miss Annie was in the eity on Tuesday Steele in this city left Wednesday Mis II II Owsley of Midway is morning for Lexington to visit rela Â¬ tives visiting reatives in this eity Mays- Mrs Sou they Darnell and children Mrs Hawthorne Hill of ville is visiting her parents in thist left Saturday night on the Fannie Fearn for Cincinnati to join her hus Â¬ eity band and will reside in that city in Mrs Dr Lewis of Flint Rock Mi souri is visiting relatives in this future Capt B W Jenkins of Nichola city Miss Carrie Fields of Danville if ville was in the city Tuesday and visiting Mrs P W Hardin in this perfected arrangements for taking charge of tin Ruhr Hotel on the first city M Howard Jett and wife of of ay Mr Mr John B Lindsey and daugh Â¬ Cynthiann are visiting relatives in ters Misses Helen Maria and Isabel city this on Mr Robt IS Taylor jr of Law arrived from Florida stoodThursday the morning county is visiting hi parents very well Miss Helenbeen very trip rence low but has in this city since her arrival Mrs Judge A E Richards left W Hon A Rev Thursday afternoon for a visit to Tate andE wife PenickVirginia JHan Â¬ Mrs friends in Louisville son Prof J R Proctor Gen Fay Mr S T Pence and family of ette Hewitt and Mr Virgil Hewitt Italic Point left Monday for Farmers composed a party which attended Kowau county to reside the lecture of Hon George R Wend Â¬ Mr Thomas Poynter of this coun ling at Versailles Monday night ty is visiting his son Mr 1 W Miss Maggie LcLompte of Fran k- Poynter in Winchester m lori visiieu tne jainiiy 01 ur Mr V W Foote of Louisville Lewis from Saturday until Monday Mr Vivian Lewis has taken a spent several days in this city the position in the drug store of Messrs first of the week visiting relatives Collinsit Head where he can be found Mrs Jennie Campbell of Louis- at all times ready to serve his friends ville who has been visiting relatives and the public Midway Clipper in this city returned home Monday Judge McManama of Frankfort Hon Hamilton Pope Randolph week Court H Blain Esq and J II Quast of attended Circuit Vawter last Frank Â¬ of MissSallie Â¬ Louisville were in the city Thurs fort is visiting relatives and friends day Mr John Hardin in this county Judge L Hold and wife left Mon Â¬ son of Attorney General Hardin is day afternoon for Paris Texas to vis- Â¬ visiting friends in the county it their daughter Mrs Thus li Messrs Rogers Bowen George Monroe Henry MeKeinde Todd and Ernest Mr Allen lUley returned Monday Kent of Frankfort spent Sunday in from a four months trip to Southern this city Sltetbjj fSmtinel Kentucky New Orleans St Louis Cincinnati and Lexington Mr Jerome Weitzel sr in at- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Corinne Blackburn of Ver tempting to board the 2 oclock sailles and Mi s Henrietta Black Â¬ burn of Spring Station visited Miss train Thursday afternoon at the Rose Stewart on Thursday corner of Ann and Broadway Rev II II Kavanaugh spent sev Â¬ streets while it was in motion eral da s with his brother Rev P E Kavanaugh in LeComptes Bot Â¬ slipped and fell and came near tom Henry county last week being run over but escaped with Col J P Pryor who lias been a few bruises and a muddy coat Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ How To day is Arbor Day The steamer Hibernia made a many trees will be planted in this trip up the Ohio to Augusta the first of the week and brought citv down the convicts mules and One hundred and fifty men are carts which Messrs Mason at work on the Louisville South- Foard Co have been working ern Railroad in Anderson county Big there on the Covington Judge F R Feland editor of Sandy Railroad together with c the contract the Anderson News is the happy camp equipages lather of a nine pound baby boy having been completed She arrived here Thursday afternoon The mercury dropped down to discharged her freight and left 6 40 Tuesday night and it is safe yesterday morning on her regular to say that the fruit crop this year trip to Louisville Â¬ 1 the Bap- Â¬ tist Chapel last week for the ben- Â¬ efit of the repair fund of that church will by request be rpeated on Tuesday evening Apiil 5th at 8 oclock at same place An entire change of program by the same performers m ly b expected and a very enjoyable even ing is promised Admission will be 25 cents Â¬ Â¬ Garden fertilizers at Must in Bros 29 will be rather short is The U S Snagboat Kentucky removing the obstructions from j j the river between Ford Clark county and Three Forks of the river last Miss Bettie Macklin met with She had quite a serious accident A supper will be given at the rubbed carbolic acid on her hands residence of Mr C T Freeman mistaking it for gh cerine and near Ducker Station on Thursday holding them near the fire the acid evening April 7th for the bene- soon ignited burning her hands She suffered and wrists severely fit of the Forks of Elkhorn Baptist the most excruciating pain for All are invited to attend some time from ner injuries in Church fact so great was her suffering that Admission 25 cents tetanus was feared comBrof Wayland Grahams pany of arrateurs commenced re Fkankfom Ky Mar 28 1887 hearsing on Tuesday evening the Mfsss Editors of fie Local Press of Frankfort The Capital operas of Belles of Cornville Lit- Â¬ Aigus and Roundabout tle Tycoon etc which thev will It is rumored that I am an shortly produce at the Opera openly avowed advocate of Mr House The chorus has been Beck for U S Senator It is greatly improved and will be false and whoever states or asserts stronger than that of the Mikado it is a liar who knows that he has no authority for so asserting The Mason Foard Company of While Mr Beck is my personal friend I am not the tool of any this city are constructing- under man After I have voted for my contract m this State two hun- Â¬ townsman Judge Lindsay I am dred and ninety eight miles of rail- not pledged to anybody for the road viz For the Maysvillc rail Â¬ office of U S Senator Neither road 141 miles for the Louisville am I influenced by my friends in I shall be governed Southern 84 miles for the Cum that matter by my convictions in the matter berland Valley 33 miles and for of Senator the Louisville St Louis and Texas Respectfully BFN F DUVALL 40 miles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Galvanic IBattery The Georgetown Times gives the following account of a serious An eighteen cell Mcintosh Galvan Â¬ ic Battery as good as new for sale accident to a Franklin county Apply to E H Tayloic young lady 2iMt At Ky Penitentiary Severely Burned On Friday Fon Rknt A frame residence with live rooms and cellar on the corner of Logan and Campbell streets Gas in the house and water in the yard Apply to W C Ilern two-story- don Mrs Maggrie J Hallnan has re- Â¬ ceived Ii9r spring stock of ladres hats bonnets libbons feathers c which are all of the latest and most fashionable styles The entire stoek has boon opened and the ladies aro iivited to call and examine the eame Mr W L Collins will farm during the present season at his place 2J miles west of this city the fine young stallion Bay wood foaled 1881 bred and owned by Anthony Dey of Woodford county sired by Harold sire of Maud S 208f Noontide 2201 1st dam Nata by Woodford Miiiiibrffio ifeJll sire of AIottsfordr 210 2d dam Lucy by Deys Wood Â¬ ford son of Alexanders Nornum sire or Lulu 2lr May Queen 220 id dam by a thorough bred son of imp Sovereign lth dam bred by thtr late It A Alexander by old St Lawrence The price of the season to insure a inure in foab will he Â¬ 3 EDUCATIONAL Miss Susie Joyce has an excel in Â¬ Keep away Uncle Zekc you KWaterprcolCog I beg leave to take an issue Hcllepoint We cant reform them and may yet with your writer from Bellcpoint Ever Made wish her success as she deserves get badly smirched yours lf Nnno ffrnnlno Hn1c in the matter of the appointment Dflnt vita ynnr tnnner on ft prtim or rtbcr coat Tf natr niJAV ncttrirrr HUiurn v iin tne nbov Wnbnlutely it tlio ir mult frtrrnorfini wii ki vnu urv lrntir Imnle t norm TRADK HMIK Latham John of Christian of John W Bohannan to be AICfor u FISH llltAND MtCUKIintlil Mtcnlinnllipr If rLinnr not lino the i ii nmnii sctnl tordoTlntlvcf itnliviiMtn A flAVnitgSlnimniifttiHnMon ii ln Warren will bein county gave Miss Sallie 50000 to build supervisor of seines fish traps her school at the Forks of Elk turnpikes in his intivc county Mow I look upon Squire c She is very Such men arc an honor to their Bohannan as the peer of any man Louisville Tobacco Market horn next Monday DR W KELLEY popular as a teacher and will do State and to the age in which on the bench but I fail to see the IIY OLOVUll FUltNIHIIKD tt DUKHETT PRO- her work well they live Mr Latham I cannot has use of this office OF CINCINNATI OHIO In fact PKIKrOItn IOUHVIIIK TOBACCO WAItK- The meeting at Danville was erected a monument that will see the need of turnpike commisIIOUHK WILL UK AT THE We wish all our cause his name to be remembered sioners quite a success There is no law for such Snles on our market for tho week teachers could have heard Miss till the language is forgotten in a commission and the Court of just closed nmount to 1713 hhiR wih re for tlio 11iil liluls IN FRANKFORT KY essay on which his liberality is recorded Mollie Crumbaughs Claims superseded their authority ceipts on our same period ofJanuary 1st Stiles market since SATURDAY APRIL f 1887 Discipline The char nmount to H9iS lihris Simon Shea is announced as a when they created it Owin continued dry weather ler of the different roads plainh there has to the quite a falling ofT in re SATURDAY MAY 7 1887 There will bean Educational candidate to represent the city of boon say that the road must be managed ceipts nnd sales thi past weok and pricen Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDINfi in the Legislature Meeting at Harrodsburgh April Lexington IJLIND and Sime was raised in this city and bv a board of directors but of have advanced on all grades of hurley to Wc hope to see a good 6th course as a fellow is dropped out bacco the greatest advance being on the delegation of Frankliu county is well known here Lexington types ranging from common to medium might do a great deal worse than by being left he must be provided fillers These aro from 7f cents to 100 present teachers Dy the Urlnkerholl System and a cure Is guaran Sime He never was for in some way The paupers higher than they wore 10 days ao The teed In every case of 1lles Teachers and friends remember elect list is the place for them simo may he said of illlery lugs v ry few NO KNIFE IS USED good fillers being offered Wrappers con Satur- troubled with swell head and his the Association meets next W J tinue very scarce Old hurleys have sym NO LIGATURE IS USED Let all teachcts constituents could reach him at all day the 9th pathised with tho advance to so some ex LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED times without using a ladder bcth city and country turn out tent wish him NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Forks of Elklioru The following quotations fairly represent that day Cannot the teachers We gets left success no matter who the mnrkut for new barley and fridnds who live convenient FISTULA IN A3VO Dark Trash 200 to 300 Snowed in Pike commissioners are well Is cared prepare a lunch for their country Colory Trash 800 to 400 We will known here The salary is not 00 to 400 cousins at that time Miss Effic Stedman is quite sick Common Lugs not colory FISSURES 00 Colory Lugs 450 to excessive Dont put any more Cured without cutting or tearing help you in any way Winter has checked the flow of Common Leaf not colory 400 to COO If they attend to the Uood Leaf RECTAL ULCER 600 to 1100 We have noticed children walk on them news Dikes they fairly earn the money Fino Leaf 1000 to 1300 The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa ing the streets of Frankfort going tient does not call too late This Is the greatest commissioners to About five inches of snow on If to and from school with a load of do we must have people secret enemy of mankind and a dlsease ot which what other the level are paid to little or nothing was known befoie the UHINK books that would worry a man to EKHOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled do dont mix them We can with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrnea Why is this Is it the carry How is that early garden look- Â¬ lame back headache dspepsla Itching increased at night kldliej and bladder trouble tnit are net quantity or the quality that a child have another to appoint the poor ing about this time aware it Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel house keeper tarns that makes the scholar county physicianand another for It Is now a well established fact that many dis Mrs Loyd Featherston has been and still others eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder Wc have heard of some of these womb and nervous system are either caused or in Georgetown for a week visiting aggravated by the coexistence of 1ILES FISTU same children complain of head Â¬ to do anything we want done relatives LA FlsSlHE or RECTAL ULCER Tho great popularity of this preparation ache backache and other similar Justicia says it would cost less to REFERENCES should an Rev B T Quinn and son of after its test of many years skeptical bethat W J HLTiIIES Frankfort ills Parents do you wonder at elect an officer by a commission awirance even to the mot RICHARD FERCVSON Frankfort it is rcallv nieiitorion were in Woodlake Thoe who have round True but better still turn it over Georgetown your children being J M WIT1IRUW Lexlcgton used Halls Hwit IlKNKWKit know that Let them elect this week to the people Oh shouldered that some Dr Keller can be found at his Cincinnati office it does all that is t lahnrd every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT It causes new growth of hair on bald friend of the little ones would de- and so do without a commission URDAY Miss Ollie Hockersmi h of heads provided the hair follicles are not A glass of water may be laniphlets describing these diseases aud this vise some plan to relieve them of the cae restores mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ poisoned but who can poison the Peaks Mill has been visiting dead which is seldom or faded hair pre natural color to gray dressing their burdens Miss Kittie Shaw serves the scalp healthful and clear of ocean Co Supt dandruff prevents the hair fulling olf or W I KELLEY M 1 A committee might be bribed Bro Williams will preach here changing color keeps it soft pliant lu Programme 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 trous and causes it to grow long and but who can bribe the people at the school house to morrow thick For the Teachers Association on 2T CONSULTATION FREE -- 1a evening at 7 oclock Halls IIaiii KixEvnn produces ItDec 2G ly effects by the healthful influence of its Harp the 2d Saturday 9th of April at Mr Bud Jones sold this week vegetable ingredient which invigorate the city school building U and rejuvenate It it Winter lingering on the lap of spring to Mr Clarence Boner a two year a delightful article for not a dve and toilet ue Con J Joining Session 930 A M taining no alcohol it does not cai Madam Rumor has it that Ed old King of Elkhorn colt for 150 orato quickly and dry up the natural oil Opening Exercises leaving the hair harh and brittle as do Can will shortly lead to the Mr William Lea of Hatton Arithmetic J B Lea hymenial altar one of our sweetest was in this neighborhood last week Buckinghams Dyo Vocal Music C H Parrent young maidens soliciting for a Louisville tobacco ron the Afternoon I P M Col Simon Hopper who has house NEATLY EXECUTEIJ Colors them brown or black as desired been cheek by jovvl with our Grammar T H Ford Mrs Fannie Allen and Misses i AT History 1st four chapters of ptcsident has changed his tune Lucy and Emma Steadman visited and theahet dye because it - harniliami produces permanent natural color more con Karnes U S History H M and has left the precinct because Mrs South Irimble Vsne evening being a liiglc preparation venient of application than any other t he could not have a better Polsgrove this week racr AnEn nv v 1 he committee recommend that R P HALL CO Xnsliun X II Kentucky Central Railroad Miss Laura Hockersmith of each teacher read the chapters Sold by all Dealers In Medicines The wood chopping and grubBLUEJRASS ROUTE mentioned above and be ready to bing party that was to have been Bridge View near Peaks Mill is visiting Miss Laura Bratton in Shortestand Quickest toute from ask and answer questions on them given by Charley Hambrick last w Scott county kutii rouinson CENTRAL KENTUCICY Thursday has been on account Maggie Downey Bro John Cannon and wife pass- TO ALL POINTS DEALER IN of the snow indefinitely postCommittee ed through here last Wednt sday poned NORTH EAST AND SOUTHWEST WEST FAMILY GROCERIES week en route for their home in marvelous fatality Scott county A most FASf LINE BETWEEN IPea Ridge among our paupers during the LARD MEAL LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Dont forget that our Mission Apple plum and peach trees in yiarpast when it takes over four Sunday school will be organized SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV al 1886 MILL FEED hundred and thirty five dollars for bloom to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock The early vegetables are pro coffins Just think of it fellow at the School house EMPfESS FLOUR citizens No 6 No 4 South found No 12 tected viih a foot of snow Ex bun Daily Ex Sun Messrs P M Blackerby and Broadway St 235 OBannon Polsgrove complains Arbor day will be celebrated Garrett of Versailles visited Mr Feb 19 2at 8 30 a m 8 25 p m 2 00 p Lvc Covington in a small way A tree agent was that no work is done on the lower G G Thompson at Steadman m 9 33 P 10 03 Falmoutn end of F and F C turnpike and 3 30 p in through here last week Cyiuliiani 04 a m 10 J4 p 4 39 P if the road could be ville Thursdav and Fridav of last suggests tliat to 50 p in 5 5 P Arr Iim it 40 a p in tt jo p m 6 to p nt IexiiiKton is 30 Mr and Mrs George Harris of turned around probably it might week 11 jo a in 10 55 p m Lvc liris 5 20 p in Frankfort who have been visiting receive some attention tz 35 p in tt 25 p m 0 05 p Our blind friend Mr J G Arr Winchester m Richmond 2 00 p KENTUCKYS K0UTE EAST 7 IS P i Mr Hud Crutcher returned home S 07 p Lancaster County Clerk Smith deserves Green says he has another tradTuesday Stanford 0 oc p m FOR much credit for publishing a report ing horse and the citizens of Sted 2 00 p m Lvc Richmond No complaints of cither rain or of the receipts and expenditures manville are invited up especially WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA 4 NEW YOflK Arr Ilerea 3 20 p Livingston 5 45 P m the Squire drougiit have been made here of the Court of Claims for this THE ONLY LINE this spring the recording angel year The yeomanry like once in The people out here would like No it No 3 No North Hound will nouee this a while to know what their bosses to know when Zeke Yocums con Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars 1 hey are FOU Bro T N Arnold preached are doing with the peoples tinued story will end Livingston a anxious to know whether those j nere last aunaay to a jarge con money S031jX2D TRAI3ST Lve kichmoiid 108 00 a in Ilerea 33 a Arr tt 4J gregation Bro Arnolds visits Dock Lewis wants to rent the Baptists and Campbellites have FKOM Lvc Stanford ti 20 a m are highly appreciated by our lower end of the turnpike for a sobered up and joined the Good 8 it a in Lancaster it 00 a m people tobacco patch and what a nice Templars or not and also what has LouisvillcjCiiiciniiali Lexington Arr Richmond Lvc Richmond 30 p m 6 05 a m Hallows dog and 2 45 p m 7 15 a m TO Arr Wincheter Mr Bud Crutcher has been vegetable garden could be made becomelikeof know if he intends Paris T 20 p 800am to would seriously ill for the past two of the other end that is the por- publish it toin book form 2 45 p m 7 5 a m 45 P tn We WASHINGTON CITY S 25 a m 3 4 P m 3 3 P n weeks but under the care of tion running through Bellcpoint Cvnthiana 3 59 p m 8 59 a m 4i7Pm Our citizens are sincere in their know of several live book agents Connecting In same depot with fast trains for Falmouth 4 47 P n 10 04 a m 5 18 p m Dr Brown is better at present Covington 6 00 p m in this burg and at Woodlake who Arr 35 a in 6 45 p m desire ior the turnpike commiswriting office business sioners to visit this end of the would do a land Road overseers and contractors road before the toll is raised MAYSVILLE BRANCH with them THE DIKECT ROUTE TO could help to ornament our roads Not Daily iXvly North Hound LYNCHUUKU I most respectfully suggest to by trimming up the oak elm Ex Sun Ex Sun In the Apostolic Guide of cedar and other bushes by the the Court of Claims that at their March 25 there is a beautiful DANVILLE Lvc Covington 2 00 p m Lvc Lexington road sides instead of cutting them next meeting which wont be tribute to the life and character of 4 as P n NORFOLK Lvc Pui 8 15 a 5 20 p m long that they reduce the number the late Mrs Sarah C Bailey from down Arr Millerihurg S42 a 548 p in AND ALU POINTS IN- 612 p m Arr Carlisle Q05 a of magistrates to one for each dis- the pen of Eld Geo Darsie now Arr Johmon 7c6p m 5 J7 No sir said the druggist trict This would save a large to 3S a Arr Maysville 7tpm Mr Darsie was a per- Â¬ Pea Ridge is not a sickly place amount of money and certainly of Boston NORTH CAROLINA Nc 51 Daily South Hound Daily except a burning thirst for the six or seven magistrates is enough sonal friend and warm admirer of Ex Sun Ex SunJ Mrs Bailey and his is heartfelt For tickets ami further Information apply to information contained in our to spend all the money collected your nearest ticket office Lve Maysville s5s a ni u5op m Shelby Sentinel monieai almanacs there s notnitir Look upon that pauper list and praise Lvc Johnson 633 a m 129 pm O W MONROE W Lve Carlisle 23 p m 72 a in the matter with those people my be then astonished Oh 747 a m 240P tn Div Pnssr Agent Lexington Ky Lve Millersburg Arr Parn 815 a tn 315 pm The mercury yesterday morning W 0 WIOKHAM Where was Uncle Zekc Yocum countrymen H W FULLER Arr Letington 910 a ni 6iop m Arr Covington 1135 a m Soop m Would it not be better to send dropped down 0 1650 when he saw so much drunken- Gan Pans Agt 2d Vice President ncss Surely not in those haunts all paupers to the poor house of vice he warns us against Wouldnt be so manv then lent school A I 1ft XI II KK I 1 Is The Bf st I Â¬ Â¬ CAPITA HOTEL Â¬ 1 Â¬ ITCHING PILES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 HALLS hair RENEWER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ HOMZJEK CARDS WHISKERS i1 Â¬ pre-i-den- TiEaiis oppicb j sco now 111 1 11 111 111 111 Â¬ 111 111 1 Â¬ I -- 111 1 Â¬ 1 -- VIM ffl 1 lKAiKFUKT KOUMlAJiUHT Kntercri ut tlie post office nt Frankfort Kentucky as secoiul cliihs mailable mutter GEORGE A LEWIS FRANKFORT APRIL 2 1887 - TIME TABLE TRAINS EAST No 18 No 22 No 20 No 24 loaves Frnnkfort lenves Frnnkfort leaves Frnnkfort nrrives Frnnkfort TRAINS WEST 1003 503 047 800 m p m p m p m n We have received from Ensign Hugh Rodman a copy of the Hongkong China Daily News of a recent date We are under ob- ligatjbns to Ensign Rodman for liic binrlwcc in rnmomkoriim lltli c lilt IXIIIUIIVUil 11 I illllklL7l llli but the only thing in it we were able to read was a portion of an advertisement of Websters Un- abridged Dictionary the balance of the characters in the paper being on the log cabin style of architecture and so similar in appear ance we were unable to decipher them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if S4fi n m No 23 leaves Frnnkfort 81C n m No 17 leaves Frnnkfort l5fi p m No 21 lenves Frnnkfort 450 p m No 19 lenves Frankfort Trains No 23 and No 21 make connection for Cincinnnti Nos 23 nnd 21 con Â¬ nect nt Anchorage for Shelbyville Â¬ The Hook and Ladder Company of the Fire Department composed of Mr John T Buckley and his employees all of whom Â¬ Rev Philip Fall of this county preached at Nashville Tennessee on last Sunday morning in the Church of which he was pastor sixtyyears ago The Church -six building had been sold and is to be torn away to give place to a new and handsome opera house It was the last service held by the congregation before removing to their new quarters and Elder Fall was invited to preach the last ser mon he having preached the first there nearly three quarters of a century ago The house was crowded to its utmost capacity and Mr Fall preached an eloquent sermon of more than an hours length a synopsis of which was published in the Louisville Courier Journal of Monday together with a cut and biographical sketch of this venerable servant of God Â¬ were volunteers have withdrawn from the service This reduces the working force of the depart Â¬ ment to nine men which is cer- Â¬ tainly not a sufficient number to fight a fire of any magnitude It will be hard to supply the places of these gentlemen as they were an efficient force and always did excellent work he will assume the assistant editorship of The Churchman of this city Rev Mr Hughes will arrive in fAWIF EARLY AND SELECT YOUR SIZE AS TpDjjrytt this city in a few weeks to visit his brother Mr F-- C Hughes Is growing each season on these goods and we have difficulty in His first visit in twelve years o filling our orders Customers who appreciate a Miss Millie Hawkins of this first class hat will wear no county churned three gallons and three pints of Jersey cream on Monday and got from it ten CRUTCHER STARKS pounds of firm rich golden butter A good yield from graded Jersey SOLE AGENTS cows Â¬ The following notice of a former rrankfort boy is taken from the New YorkTiibune The Rev William M Hughes Hobart College and formerly of Huflalo Will about JUIlC ClltCl upon his new work as rector of the Church of the Redeemer at Mor ristown N J At the same time 1 j DUKUP HATS THE W0ELD RENOWNED SPRING SHAPES The many friends of Mrs N W Casey in this city will be greatly pained to hear of her death which occurred in Kansas City Missouri on Wednesday DO YOU KNOW WHAT ABSzacca THIS MEANS The boom has struck Lawrence burg A party who bought nine acres of land near that place a few The Frankfort Natural Gas and 10 per acre reOil Company has been incorpora- years ago for Â¬ DEALING- - 1 Â¬ ted and will effect an organization this morning The tools for bor- Â¬ well are now being manu- Â¬ ing a factured at the Capital City Machine works and it is expected that every thing will be in readiness in the next two weeks to commence sinking a well on the premises of that establishment A limited amount of stock will be placed on the market in a few days Â¬ fused 500 an acre for it this week Henry county has nearly as many candidates for Circuit Clerk It represents something you like nnd appreciate It illustrated oar method of do as Franklin usually has for Jailer ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you see PREACH HONEST VALUES This is what we PRACTICE LATEST STYLES Put before 7011 In York Pennsylvania on Wednesday March GUARANTEE FAIREST PRICES 23d nt the residence of the brides uncle lion 1 Â¬ Edward Ziegler by Hev Dr Miller Mr E Hkisikgkk ol that place and Miss lhh of Belle Point Cuahles Ida Zieo -- OUR STOCK OF- - L 1 1C1 Mr A H McClure on Monday last tendered his resignation as Chief of the Fire Department of McClure has Frankfort Mr held this position for nine years and has done good service to the He has done all in his city power to protect and save prop- Â¬ erty in all parts of the city and while there were times that the department did not succeed in extinguishing the flames the same misfortune is applicable to all cities of the Union It is easier to condemn than to approve and as the salary was but meagre and the responsibility great it is not to be wondered at that Capt McClure gave it up The Mayor yesterday morning appointed Assistant-Chief Jeffers Chief pro tern until the next meeting of the Council Â¬ While Wilson Price colored was engaged in clearing the snow from the pavement in front of Mr Gorman on St Clair street Thursday morning a large quan- Â¬ tity of snow on the roof of the old Mansion House slid off and fell on him knocking him into the street and nearly burying him under it Fortunately he was not seriously hurt and the accident greatly amused a number of spectators In Kansas City on the 30th of March 1P87 Mrs Ki i7 T wife of Col N W Casey and daughter of Elizabeth Lee and J Gibson Taylor deceased of deiitTstm county Louisville iaiers please copy 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 party FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT as u candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Boots Sloes Hats Stationery h you Etc lis MM Come we will treat you right i Ft K MgCLaURES tellllS Remember Square Dealing at fa P LIGHT E CLAAS8EN Democratic party Farm at Public Sale T LIGHT CLAASSEN - near made known oclock Wednesday day ofBenson Station Terms JOHN SHEETS on sale 2 lt A morning it began snowing gently and continued until about ten FOB LEftSE FBftHKFDBT KY OPEB HOUSE oclock at night when the ground WILL HE RECEIVED was covered to the depth of eleven SEALED PROPOSALS Frnnkfort Opera House O for the leise of the ofllco April 20 at six inches being the deepest snow at the cityaClerksof two until beginning August p in for term years 1887 lHsJ The Council and ending August ever known here this late in the reserve the right to reject any and all bids Bond will be required for the faithful perform season As it has melted very ance of the contract and must be tiled with the proposal LEWIS MANOAN Chairman rapidly the prospects for a big Attest Giuy City Ap2 3t Clerk F V About o 1 Court House Door In the city of Frankfort on Monday April 4 lbb7 my farm of 65 acres lying 1 WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE AT THE 1 1 1 PEACTICALPlumbers Gas k Steam Fitters -- DEALERS IN- - 1UH7 Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block Mar 12 Closets 1 1 Â¬ Pipe and Fittings c Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed river arc very flattering - -- Frankfort Kentucky Mr Landon S Coleman sold on The month of March evidently Saturday to Mrs J W Rupc his got turned around and came in house and lot on Steele street and wrong end first judging by the left Thursday for Kansas City to reside weather of the past week m The tea given on Friday even FARMERS BANK OF KENTUCKY FRANKFORT APRIL 1ST 1837 ing of last week by the ladies of ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of this bank will be held at their the Methodist Church at the resi banking house In the city of Frankfort on Mon day the 2d day of May 1887 at NIHU oclock dence of Mr J M Case was a for the purpose of electing Directors for the Principal Bank and Branches to seive for the perfect success 5035 being netensuing year and for the transaction oi any other business that may be brought before the meeting ted by the entertainment for the By order of the Board We are under obligations to Rev Apl 2 lm GRANT GREEN Cashier An H H Kaianaugh for late files of repair fund of the Church elegant supper was furnished for the Little Rock Arkansas the small sum of twenty five cents Gazette of which paper his son OF THREE ROOMS AND KITCH by 200 Conway A COTTAGEFrankfort feet locu ed ongood cis en lot and all who attended were delight- VV M Kavanaugh formerly of street South 61 Hdrunt and tern In the yard For terms upply at tbU ofllce ed The next tea of the series this city is the city editor Bee 18 tf will be given on Thursday even 1ST The ladies of Ascension Church O ing April 28th at the residence will give a supper and bazar at the PHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE of Mr F C Hughes on Second 1 stockholders of the Franklin portion of the Court house on Tuesday evening Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Turnpike Com street pany held at the Deposit Bank of Frankfort on pril 2th for the benefit of the Monday April 4th 187 for the purpose of elect lug a board of six directors Mr Albert Chilson Noble church By order of the Board ISAAC WINGATE President Grand of Capital Lodge No 6 I mar 12 m W J Lewis Secretary Dr VV I Kelly of Cincinnati O O F resigned his position on Monday night and Vice Grand will be in this city next Saturday Jas A Murray was elected to fill ApriTythat the Capital Hotel One of the Best Located Resi dences in South Frankfort the vacancy and Dr V A Kal as his advertisement elsewhere in tenbrun elected Vice Grand to suc- this paper shows ri house and and lot on the corner of Cross and ceed Mr Murray U J Â¬ The force of convicts carts c brought up on the Hibernia Thursday afternoon was sent to Shelby county yesterday morning to work on section No 41 of the Louisville Southern Railroad MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS Â¬ I 0 0 F NEW PLAMKU MILL Â¬ APITAL LODGE NO C MEETS EVERY MON day night Visiting brothers cordlttllT Invited JAS MURRAY N G J R Williams Sec J M Flrst WAKEFIELD added to hie April 17 tf Harlngrecently KitiibHhmnl Blue GrassPoultry Yards Buff Cochins J B Foot and M M Con Â¬ 2t00 per 15 Wjan ner Strains Eggs and W H Johnson Strains 160 dottes per 15 At the Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write tor wants Address J G GREEN Frankfort Ky Class PJiiniiiff Mill to furniph Is now prepand kind fos al O M Â¬ Â¬ AIMt TI K Scroll Work Stair Work 4 Turning May Blucgrass Farm for Sale I from Frnnkfort on Lexington turnpike acres ICO acres In cultivation 103 acres In Brass DWELLING IMPROVEMENTS Gottenout In the best style K tf Â¬ IN FRANKLIN COUNTY KY Ite MILES 265 blue- - 1 SMALL FAItlll 1 ORALB W 1L HALL Â¬ Brick and stone containing 9 rooms nnd 4 cellars surrounded by large lawn FRM IS LOCATED IS HIKLBY COUNTY set with forest trees and large shrubbery on Louisville OUTHOUSES Laborers uuurters smokehouse THE Nashville Rallroadf I corn erlb 2 large barns mine Miles from Frankfort Ky containing abouo stone dairy 2 stables carriage house poultry house and yard FOR SALE Â¬ About one halt In grass the balance In cultivation -wltti un orchard of 2U trees of choice auules a good HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS good kitchen and smoke house with u splendid cistern at the grass and 0 never falling springs of llmesteue door also good well In yard and two burns on the Mula streets The lot contains about two acre and improved Dkice- - Abe n new depot with farm s admirably and the house Is In good repair There are apple water thisstock or dairy farm liltedboth combined wureroomfomtorlng freight Thestore room una r above bulldlnc Ieach and plum trees In abundance uixm the for either any one desiring ure complete except painting It Is u good lwHtloii to place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell A rure opportunity Is offered very rwuwnaWe price Terms lorn doctor or merchant Any one nibbing to roses and a green house planted with roses and such a farm at a third cash balance 1 2 H and 4 years notes purchuse said property will call on the umler heated with HI tellings Improved hot water onebear C per cent until paid Terms may be vari to apparatus ed Title perfect Apply on the premises to the Â¬ Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden Ice pond stock lots well watered Fences princi pally stone and plank all laud surrounded by very durable fencing Soil rich and well udapted to cultivation of tobacco corn small gratus and all grasses Because of Its accessibility the supply of Â¬ Feb-20-l- TERMS EASY Du Apply to y undersigned executor FRANK CHINN - Si KKltt TWr telH ttonShebyeouutyKy w VI V 5 M SAM D JOHNSON THEIE CO T7TXJLi OP SLT PARIS and NEW YORE BONNETS and HATS ON Tuesaau FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 2 1887 weopag I have just received the newest Â¬ flOfl Â¬ St 70HH M 33 -GKEj-EIfcT-fc- ft MARBLE MAWUKAOTCKEB OF- - 138 WORKS Just try one bottle of the Gen Har Fouxu A large set ring which the owner can have by calling and paying for this notice and proving 29 property We have the largest assortment of mixed paints ever brought to Frank fort and guarantee them Chapman Gaylk 20 tf Old Market House Corner Lost A childs breast pin blue enamel between the corner of Main it Washington and Washington Finder Will please leave at Clinton 29 this ottice and be rewarded A full variety of Lundrcths gar tlen seeds fresh at Chapman Gayles old Market House Corner 2tMf Carpen Â¬ and cheapest line of Corsets Hand ris Cologne at LeCompte kerchiefs Collars and Cuffs in the ters city Mrs Sol IIakkis Coll and see our sample Binder O R Crutehcr Co will have a Reaper and Mower MASTIN BROS fine stock of fresh groceries open in a few days Save your orders for If you want anything in Dry 2t them Goods and Millinery vol I at Mrs How is it that you can go to Buck Â¬ Sol Harris St Clair street leys and buy queensware so cheap Carpenters for Thats easy lie buys from first hands Go to LeCompte Landreths Garden Seeds in large quantities The finest selection of Buggies Good apple vinegar 20 cents per Surreys Spring Wagons Road Carts gallon at Mr S J Bohannans ic ever brought to Frankfort you will find at Muslin Bros For Rent Store rooms on Bridge Car- Â¬ street opposite LeCompte My new stock of domestic goods is penters drug store Apply to C W complete and such low prices that H Fincel tf will induce you to purchase FRANKFORT T EIROIFIRXETOIR DtALEn IN AND ITALIAN MARBLE All kinds of stone work GRANITE MONUMENTS HEADSTONES Estimates furnished on applicaFRANKFORT KENTUCKY Â¬ RUSTIC TABLETS tion Correspondence solicited ANN promptly attended to 238 STREET April IMJm Second grade New Orleans Mo Â¬ We are selling Rice at five vents per lasses SO cents per gallon at Mrs S pound Heekuns Manilla Coffee twenty vents per pound French J Bohannans m Prunes ten cents per pound A fine music box twelve airs A H WAGGONER Mrs Northern Seed Early Rose Bur m bank and SiKjwflake potatoes 200 China Tea Sets of per barrel at Mrs S J Bohannans Buckleys for 8360 So Harris Zither attachment very cheap at Philip Selberts the jeweler 324 m Market street Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes 50 pieces at Lawn Mowers eM at Mostin Bros You will find oil my goods new and of the latest styles Mrs Sol Harris Thursday night March For Early Spring 24 a light bay mare sway backed We have received the latest things left hind foot white and both ears in English Checks and Striped Suit- Â¬ drooping forward A liberal reward ings Sam D Johnson Co offered for her recovery Red Front 217 St Clair Street h Harris Next door to J Burkiuudts gro The most particular man in town 2 eery will have no trouble in selecting a For pure drugs at honest prices go hat at McClures This firm seems Oayles old Market to have the happy faculty of pleasing to Chapman 29 tf all tastes House Corner Lost On I always carry the finest line of We handle Trows Famous Perfec- Â¬ Kid Gloves in the city and will sell tion Flour Best In the market them lower than the lowest - A H WAGGONER Try it MRS SOL HARRIS 24 Market street want to find the headquar- Â¬ ters for low prices call and see me If you Parasols We hove the lotest novelties in Parasols they are beauties Sam D Johnson Co Red Front 217 St Clair Street m When Bhy was sick we Rve her Cutorlo When sho was a Child she cried for Castorift When she becamo Miss sho clung to CaMori Wfaau he had Children ihe gro them Castor Mrs Sol Harris The new grocery will be open on the 4th of April ami will have a fresh stock of everything in that line 2t Buy your harness and gear from Feb 20 on Rent My brick For rent A store room in Belle cottage on the corner of Shelby and point Apply to R C Nicol Possession given Campbell streets For Sale Carriage one or two uhout the first of May horse which will seat six persons 29 yt N F Richardson Will sell or trade for a good horse E J Parker Fou Sake A good second hand 4t piano for side at a bargain Apply at A pair of handsome diamond ear 2 tf this ottice rings at a bargain at Philip Sel Â¬ Bros sole agents for berts the Jeweler Mostln OlUyer Chilltd Plow and repairs Natural gas has been struck at We have just received our third In Â¬ Frankfort and so have prices to suit voice of Torchon and Medlcls Laces the people on everything nice and The prettiest stock in the city vol cheap in ehinaware at J T Buck tint set them leys Fou Sale Michigan Early Rose Potatoes N Mack Salyers wishes to announce Y Burbanks and Early Ohio only to the public that bis Premium Ba Â¬ per barrel at A II Waggoners 200 is now ready and on the con 324 Market street market and sells at the lowest prices tf Dont buy o ehlim toilet set until m you see Buckleys spring goods Will House for Rent A small cot- Â¬ be open in a few days tage Apply to Dennis Murphy tf Mastix Bros If you wont o good juicy steak sweet hums bacon or lard go to Mack Salyers store No 22tf Main street opposite Dr Duvalls residence fl4 tf Manufactured only by the Califor- Â¬ nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Col is Natures Own True Laxa- Â¬ tive It is the most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 0 vent and 100 bottles by Chapman Goyle tf - Syrup of Figs m - I have just received o sample line Sheds Blue grass elover tim- Â¬ of the latest style Huts and Bonnets othy oats and hemp seed at Mostiu for early spring Call and see them Mrs Soli Harris Bros Sam 1 Johnson Co Red Front 217 St Clair Street Young housekeepers van save mon Â¬ ey by calling at Buckleys The man that couldnt tell the dif Wait for the opening of O R ference between a mules ears and o Co if you Want cheap Crutcher lemon can plainly see the advantage Diamonds watches clocks jewel- Â¬ groceries 2t of buying his boots and shoes at ry and silverware the best selection Best New Orleans Molasses f0 cents McClures after examining their goods in the city just received at Philip per gallon at Mrs S J Bohannans and hearing their prices Selberts the Jeweler Â¬ J Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chopped Hands Chilblains Corns and oil SkiuEruptions and positively cure Piles or no pay required It is guar an teed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts Buoklens Arnica Salve Tiik Best Salve in the world for s Written for tlio Itound ibout Only in Dreams Bv X S C moro nt Hip dptr old homestead Ah ot old Ult I ihwI to 1m In tin-- lovnnd bloom or inr elilhllih life At rest on hiy m others knee One copper lead iron and coal in abundance but we have no rail road in the emmty This mineral field is on a direct line between Letter lrom Xeke Yocuni CONSOLATION Bridgeport Ice and snow Solid winter Monday and Tues day A let up on farming for several days Prof J B Lea is convalescing Mrs Maggie Hawkins is still improving Garden operations have ceased for a time A fresh supply of fuel has been laid in this week Jimmie Robeits has been quite sick for a week or two Oscar Roberts is quite sick Pneumonia the trouble Mike Flaherty was in Shelby ville the first of the week Esq J W Jackaon has been very much indisposed for the past week or two Mr D D Parker of Alton was in Bridgeport last Monday and Tuesday Sunday school will be organized at South Benson to morrow at 9 Â¬ Â¬ Blood and Money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with liyrlovlmritrnNnrniiml mo And litr dear old face to mine As she softly Miijm In her lov sweet Voleo A song of e olden time Oikv more at the deal old homestead Wiri the mellow mlnlJnlit falN With a Mitttned touch and a tender smile On thB floor and tile Wtillew islied wails And fiu rent fill rtlleilw soothex me With the peace Jod gives hN dead When tlio ci rcBimd trials or this llfo Have ctand mid lire has lied Onco more at tho dear old homestead nd l itish in my childlhh fjlee Oer the lovlnc things that my mother slntfs An t to know they arc all for me An I I clisn with in rialntv lingers Her wrinkled hands tn mine Ann uisa iroai her ficj euli tear stained trace Lett b the hand of time Alii luveriiRiln hi the homestead As of 0d like I ed to be In the Joy and bloom of niv childish life At ret en my mothers knee Will I feel the sweet rapturous pleasure That one- thrilled all niv Mul with delight For the sweet old time with Its din linj syno1 Has gone like my divmis of the nlht Hakcu 24tii IRS 1 - Ladies Column There has been a great deal said and written recently in regard to Frankforts boom We all feel deeply Interested in all that relate to Frankforts good and hope every expectation for the advance ment of the Capital city will be juouisville and fully realized Lexington have long been con tending for the honors which adorn our city and while we wish thr two former cities no evil we cannot help feeling rejoiced when we see grand prospects of Frankfort We have not out rivaling them always been residents of this city but long enough to find what a great many of her people are in regard to true goodness and true benevolence and believe we speak the truth when we say there are more truly good people in Frankfort than in any other city of its size to our knowledge They are wide awake and read to push to completion every enter prise that will be of benefit to her people and trade and with their prayers and purses they are ever ready to aid the suffering and And we believe the proneedy building of the new railroad posed and finding natural gas will prove successful beyond a doubt The best people are awake to these two enterprises important Why should they not succeed The past few days have been so much like winter one almost forgets spring is so near Weather e prophets have been telling us for some time winter was over but that class of people are a good deal like this kind of weather hard to understand and very uncertain And we think it is always best to take the weath Â¬ er as it comes and never put too much confidence in March especially when it comes in lamblike Â¬ Â¬ and-thc-likÂ¬ J v on Tuesday evening She is now On May 1st 1887 I will sell to wearing a very pretty golden the lowest bidder one Camp time keeper bellite two Baptist and one Mr of Methodist Church on a credit of Adam Helfenbein Waverly Ohio has been on a twenty years without interest and visit this week to his brothcr-in-law- s No by bidding without security Messrs S W Howell and Sale positive provided that no C P Nichols signs of spiritual life are mani- Â¬ Letter From New Mexico Maj Tom Pence with his fam- fested between now and day of In the event that they are ily have moved to Farmers a sale The following extracts from a town in Rowan county where the sold bids will be received by Zeke private letter of a friend who has Major will have the superintend Vocum at his office in Consolation from preachers of any denom recently located in New Mexico ency of a large saw mill ination to preach the funerals of may be of interest to those who said churches to be paid for in no have the western fever Consolation Shelby account members of any and all County Jiditor Roumiabcut churches sold Wanted to know the wherefar Well I am here in the M Lea will raise a large Mr and great west where all things crop ofJ sorghum this year on Mr abouts of the President and Directors of Jacksonville Turnpike are wonderful and every man is a M Allens place I am quite pleasantly situ Â¬ Any information in Company liar Mr D D Vardcman was taken regard to the President of said ated in the little Mexican town of Lincoln the county seat of Lincoln very sick with pneumonia Sunday road will be thankfully received by the fat widow county a little town where peace and is still very ill No mad dogs about all the peoand order prevail and Mr Jonathan Heiatt died last E COLLINS BRO Morals improving ple seem happy Good Results in Every Case Friday near Bagdad and was Wanted Turnip greens and We have a delightful climate buried in the cemetery there DKALKRS IN I A Brudford wholesalo paper jowl There has not been one week of dealer of Chattanooga Tenn writes Miss Mary So waiter lost her pet GENERAL No more for the present my that he was seriously afflicted with a cloudy weather since I came here I dread Bill severe cold that settled on his lungs We have no mud not much snow cat last week It is supposed its heart is heavy had tried many remedies without in the valley but very little rain death was caused by chicken pox Bradley benefit Being Induced P S If Gov Knott should Kings New Discovery for to try DrÂ¬ except in July and August All Consump want any reference as to my De- tion did so and was entirely cured Its Delicacy of Flavor winter I have been gazing out of please refer him to by the use of a few bottles Slnco and Building Material Paints Oil Glass my office window at four feet of And the efficacy of its action have mocracy Statcn SiDehoney J N Crutcher which time he has used it in his fam- Â¬ snow on White Mountain thirty rendered the famous liquid fruit rem Â¬ Lime Cement Colds with the It will remain there edy Syrup of Figs immensely popu- Â¬ or the clerk who was brought up ily for all Coughs and the experience miles away best results Thisis It is frequently visible lar It cleanses and tones up the near the Stone Kitchen Name of thousands whosellves have been Blacksmiths and Wazon Makers Material until July feverish system dispels headaches forgotten above the clouds saved by this Wonderful Discovery colds and levers cures Habitual Con Â¬ Field Seeds Harness and a fine new I would be delighted with a mis- Trial Bottles free at Jos LeComptes Iron Lincoln county is about 180 stipation Dyspepsia and the many line of Wall Paper and Decorations f Lincoln is the ills depending on a weak or inactive sion to Utah miles square Im still opposed Drug Store and at very lowest prices Cor county town but White Oaks is condition of the Kidneys Liver and to the cow bill Hoping to live to Farmers having real good butcher Boadway aud Lewis Streets Bowels For sale in 50 eent and stuff on hand which they wish to sell see the Democratic party succeed the best town in the county the bottles by I III Cpapman Gaylk tlri- V - KENTUCKY center of the richest gold field Manufactured only by the California and our taxes increased I remain FRANKFORT cafin in the west Gold silver Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cul Zekk your uncle known street Feb 24 tf f4 tf Â¬ Â¬ Jr will leave and the moles were soft Bro Baker made a good speech short time with His subject was in the intention of making that State of two hours his future home regard to Lazarus The large congregation gave him their undi Dr J H Sullivan is the hap piest man in town benvi iim vided attention Shoats excepted HEALTH proud possessor of a mighty Mr and Mrs Hartford arc very pretty girl baby sick also Mrs D Jones Capt David S Miller with his PERSONAL interesting family have moved Messrs Tracy and Tharp paid into Mr Polsgroves cottage on Hatton a short visit this week in Kentucky avenue the interest of the great DemoMr Job Smith has about decided upon the matter of erecting cratic party telling the voters that a grist mill for the production of a now was their last chance that it would take every vote to win this superior article of corn meal time Bully for you Tracy Co Miss Lulie Merchant was the we will doxvn them again successful raffler at Mr I Davis PUBLIC SALE FOUK CHURCHES Maurice Caples in a Tlio blood of mnn ban much to do in shaping his actions during lim pilyriinngo I Vaudimans Hotel through this troulilosomo world regard Kansas City and El Paso and the March 29 1887 J less of the nmoutil of present or expect ant money in pocket or ntored nwny in Rock Island road is building here Dear Roundabout bank It is n conceded fact Hint wo ap at the rate of three miles per diem Im still in the land of the living pear ns our blood makes us and the Thirty miles from here three Please say to my numerous friends puror tlio blood tlio happier henlthier prettier ami wiser we aro hence tho oft re weeks ago a man discovered a that it will be impossible for me to peated interrogatory how in your blood gold mine where he has two make the canvass for the LegislaWith pure streams of life giving fluid hundred and fifty thousand dollars ture in Franklin county My coursing through our veins bounding through our hearts and ploughing through in sight which gets better as he duties as a journalist will not perour pliysieal frames our morals become goes down This is not rumor mit Im satisfied with the honors better our constitution stronger our in I have Would have no objection but a fact Congressman Hunter tellectual faculties moro acute and grand Â¬ er and men women and children happier to making the race in Shelby of Kentucky invested 50000 healthier and more lovely at White Oaks the other day j county but we have one whisky Tho unprecedented demand tho un Â¬ which makes All 100000 for him aspirant on the track already paralleled curative powers and the un Â¬ New discovery is made every few the drunken Baptists mistakable proof from those of unim Â¬ Camp peachable character and integrity point bellitcs Methodists and negroes days with an unerring finger to II U B Bo It is spring time here and its will vote for him so you see that tanic Blood Balm -- as far tho best the fresh pure breath wafts through leaves no chance for Zeke Please cheapest the quickest and tho grandest and tlio most powerful blood remedy ever my open window to day the sweet press my claim before Gov Knott before known to mortal man in tho re for a mission to Utah Tell odor of the apple blossoms The lief and postive cure of Scrofula Rheuma Â¬ birds are vocal with their great de- him of my devotion to the great tism Skin diseases all taints of blood poison Kidney complaints old ulcers anil light while lad and lass go forth Democratic party that the prime sores cancers catarrh etc life has been spent in advoto gather the first flowers with of my B B B is only about three years old n young hearts fluttering dreamily cating Democratic doctrine baby in age a giant in power but no remedy in America can make or over has While indulging in these scenes Im pleased with this place made such n wondorful showing in itu and thought the mystic chords of Whisky and beer aie cheap but magical powers in curing and entirely memory stretching back to Ken not good eradicating tho above complaints and The bar at this place is patron gigantic sales in the face of frenzied op tucky hearts and hearthstones position and would be moneyed monopo makes one wish that he could live ized by boys and men of all colors lists The grand jurys pay no attention die and be buried there Letters from nil points where introduced Officers of the law will whatever are pouring in upon us speaking in its oclock a m loudest praise Some my they receive take nip with uncle Billy Church Sunday school will be organ more benefit from one bottle of B B B members all endorse him than they have from twenty and fifty ized at Evergreen to morrow at 9 even one hundred bnttlct of a boasted and de HATION Mrs Keeling Gaines who has oclock a m coction of inert and non medicinnl root I went to Beech Ridge Church and branches of common forest trees been so ill is rapidly convalescing Mr T H Montfort of Louis- We hold the proof in black and white and last Lords day for the purpose of C C Merchant has been con- hearing Bros Baker or Roberts ville was in the burg last Wednes wo also hold ihe fort fined to his room for several days preach but was denied the pleas- day and Thursday All who desire full information about with acute rheumatism I was so disturbed by some ure Mr Jas Wade and wife and tlio cause and cure of Blond Poisons and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Geo E Caples won the magnifi- peach orchard shoats who behaved Master Rodman Russell of Louis- ScrofulaRheumatism Kidney Complaints Sores so badly that none could Hear I ville arc in the village cent crazy quilt at the raffle at Catnrrh etc can secure by mail free a copy of our TJ pago IllustrntedBook of Grinsteads store on Tuesday was disposed to resort to law in Regular services at Evergreen Wonders filled with tho most wonderful regard to their conduct but was night Church to day at two oclocic p and startling proof over before known told that they were all feebleBLOOD BALM CO and to morrow at 1 a m Address Dr J H Sullivan has removed minded Will you ask the pro- Â¬ m Atlanta Qa his office to the rooms over Grin prietor of the Feeblc Minded In- All invited For sale by W II AVEKILL stead store where he may at all stitute if any of his boys are out March lU lm One hundred and eighty mice times be found I examined the heads of several were killed in Mrs Rebecca Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bellepoint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ for Kansas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ corn crib one day recently Next Mr T J Hill and wife and Mr Elijah Lea of Shelby county paid a visit to their brother Prof J B Lea a few days since Mr George B Strepy of Shel byville is conducting the blacksmith business at this place during the illness of Oscar Roberts The snowstorm of last Wednes day March 30 1887 was without a doubt the heaviest of the season fifteen inches deep Mr W T Fulton of Bagdad paid the village a visit the first of We thank him for the week subscribing for the Rotndahout Tho most wonderful Paln- Mrs Janie Garner and son have Curor tlio world Las over Your money will known returned to their home in East St bo returned it not fund III from a months visit Louis as represented to her father and family Mr J W Jackson Children Cry for Pitchers Col Bob Duncan of Peytona Castoriii and Mr Bob Stratton and Miss Lulie Radford of Bagdad paid a visit to their friend Prof J B Lea last Tuesday Our village and highway are quite lively in consequence of the VK II WK TIIH YKAU AN UNSUMASSKD stock or Krult and almost constant passage of hands in transit to the and supplies OttNAMKNTAL TKEES Louisville Southern Railroad Crape Vines Asparagus and A lad in this vicinity wishes Uncle Zeke to understand general Send Strawberry Cata most emphatically that she is of logues forWo have Nursery andbut sell at honest no agents prices the opinion that any man whose moral courage assists him to so ably vindicate temperance princi- Direct to ples ought of right to be the next HTHILLEN MEYER Representative of Franklin counFeb 19 3ni Lkxinoton Ky -- Crocketts Â¬ mini TREES TREES Â¬ Â¬ the Planter Â¬ Â¬ 0 HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ ntnln MSsiyeKS 1 -- - 7 tUWNteiaJiJ I would like to form a company of five or six and spend the winter on March 22 1S87 OlUAXno FlA this river hiring a sail boat pro visioning it and with guns and ihdv lioumlabnut Your issue of the loth came last fishing tackle sail down at our leisure hunting and fishing and Alter looking it over night wife and she read gathering shells along the sea linncled it to my Although it is but four or aloud all the places the Wound coast of fie miles from Indian river to the AHjOr was snt nude the head After its being sea coast east ther is a river called our circulation Indian river read a lady friend being present Banana between wasnt it wonderful and the sea which they say is remarked how such a little thing could i ravel beautiful to sail up fish and hunt It caused quite a laugh Deer abound all along each and so far I told the lady I would tell you fish are so plentiful some species can be seen jumping all hours of what she said By the way why didnt some of the day from one to five feet out I was told and told those Pensacola excun ionist come of the water They will never have so often by different parties that I Florida to any idea what Florida is by visit- came to believe it that in some ing Pensacola as it is barely in the places on the river parties were 1 Â¬ Letter From Florida State and the extreme northern portion at that Even here where we are people who live fartner south call it north Key West is one hundred and seventy five or two hundred mil s farther south It took us 20 or than Orlando 2S hours travel from Pensacola to It is true we ran east Orlando I woJd for one have the time like to have seen the boys Since writing my last we have had a trip from here to Indian river and down same to Rockledge We took the boat at Titusville The country between Sandford and the latter place is low fiat and Titusville almost uninhabited al hough an old place by name being he county seat of Brev ird county was almost unknown until the last year or two when the Tampa and Key Jacksonville Railroad Company built a West The branch of their road here the steamer The same road owns Rockledge and runs her in con uecion with the road to Rock ledge twenty two miles below InTitusville on Indian river dian river is vinited by most every one who comes to South Florida The scenery is certainly beautiful The only rock I have seen in Florida is along this liver The visitors come and go make but short stays as they see all that is to be seen in one day I was about to say one hour but this The would be too short a time land that is cultivated is righ along the river extending back from half mile to three fourths of a miie gradually up hid It there slopes off to a low fiat uninhabited country towards the St John river The banks along Indian river are from three fret t ten feet high mostly solid rock soil on same and covered with palmetto live oak and under growth all being so thick it is irn possible to go through it One having read about the jungles of Africa will be fully reminded of them upon seemg tnis The houses aie built back from the river twenty to one hundred yards The jungles are cleared away the live oak and palmetto are thinned out those left standing are dotted around lour to six feet apart in front of the houses The palmet to left standing are what is called the cabbage palmetto the bodies of which are eight to ten inches through and twenty five to fifty feet The live oaks remind to the top me of an old elm somewhat with wide spreading branches covered with moss several feet long When the wind is blowing it is beautiful to look at swinging to and fro There are two hotels here the Indian River and Tronicnl the The former is the hotel house where visitors mostly stop The oranges grown here are cer tainly sweeter more palatable than any 1 have eaten I find they are cultivated differently than those in the pine lands The hammock or jungle is left standing in front of most of the groves in theii natural state to protect the trees from the winds that come over the liver in winter also a great many live oak and palmettos are left standing all through the gioves They re- mind me of a woodland pasture in Kentucky except the green grass on the ground in Kentucky and the moss on tle live oak here Indian river is a great place for I 1 could ever get the time fsh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To secure the silc of our fi Mir must have an outlet The farmers arc lealizing bettor prices for their wheat than they can from any source outside of us We driw grain to our mill from Mer cer Woodford Fayette Scott Owen Henry Shelby and Ander- 1 he ion counties and elsewhere bulk of the money is spent in Frankfort for which this wheat is bought The merchants get it One reason for my staying here is to Dunu up a trade by which every inau in iM anklort and rrankhn county is benefited We spend from two to four hundred thousand dollars a year according to the price of grain The bulk of this money is spent in Frankfort The lawyers doctors laboring known to have gone out at night men merchants and mechanics get in hand boats with lanterns that the benefit of it We get only a the fish seeing the light would living For several years it has commence jumpirg at it and jump been hard work to get even this in the boat until they would have Competition has become so strong to put out the light to keep from trade being so much cut up ths fish outlets bing so limited that it has swamping it ihis is a but still I believe it It taxed my brain and body until it story was told to me by several as a fact has about worn me out planning My absence from Orlando was and arranging day after day night only three days but on my return after night to dispose of the pro1 found water pipes all along Sev- duct to the very best advantage ern streets commencing a grand While the farmer is asleep I am system of water works on the Hol- planning the result of which he Five years ago Orlan- gets the benefit To run our mill ly system do was in the woods To day she to its full capacity we have to dis boasts of six thosuand inhabitants pose of three hundred barrels of two railroads with a prospect of flour every day and the offal from We must have one or two more in less than a same to do this The town is laid off one outlets and outlets that will natuyear mile from the Court house in every rally take the product off the mill These water pipes will not leave us in a position to force direction it off We have some twenty or eend to eend extend from There have more than a hundred more men in our employ who are houses gone up this winter paid weekly from 750 to 21 a While writing I hear the hammers week each This is spent in Frankin every direction Every place fort Railroads are sometimes an in Florida is pushing things for all injury to a place not often All there is in it Almost every sta- the booms north west and south tion has one or more large hotels are on account of railroads and loI was cal resources Any one road in a All this is new to me have lived place of couse is a monopoly raised near Frankfort in Frankfort for fifteen years Or- Ra lroad men are no worse than These who fuss lando is five years old Frankfort is other people The about the way railroads do would more than one hundred water works here will be on a do worse if they were placed in grander scale than there Five years the same position perhaps than more what will Orlando be with those they are now complaining of We have been doing business with goahcadativeiuss her present N road for fifteen years Where will Frankfort be when the L Lawrenceburg Hardinsville Ver or more As a whole we have sailles Midway Georgetown have gotten along with them smoothly railroads running in every direc- They have not given us everything tion around Frankfort Those we have asked of them but gener who own propertv in Frankfort ally they have been liberal with us and Franklin county in place of We learn it is not best to abuse such as Hot but go to them with our grievances going elsewhere Arkansas and other if we have any in a friendly priSprings places I cou d name investing vate manner and generally we their money in bank stock and have got what we have asked or other stocks would get more divi the best we could underthe cir We do not wailt a dends and make safer investments cumstances would get sure returns no wild- new or another road to loosen the N on our windcat speculations have it under grip of the L own eye would see busi pipe but want other outlets that their if they will naturally draw from every git up and go ness their money at point of the compass and take the would only keep home and start new business en- Â¬ product of the old dreamy eyed We should have roads maiden in connection with the L terprises N and the river all working Railrunning in every direction roads build up Get away fiom harmoniously together with the small profits and Frankfort and look at the world motto of all patronizing home Even down quick returns what they are doing here in little old Florida there and home industries in every par is a future for any people any ticular the farmer finding and man that lays the foundation and having at all times a good market works on it Bob Franklins and for everything he raises right at his This but few of the farmers Will Watsons and the Bensonites door realize or think of They are benletters should arouse every voter in Franklin county to act and to act efited more by the increased sue wisely making money making it cess or prosperity of Frankfort honestly with broad philanthropic than they could imagine at first ideas not get a few dollars and thought Frankfort is the market and for everything they have for sab hug them to their bosoms act as though they would never get even a pig a calf a chicken a lake the chances and pound of butter a head of cabbage another them on the water they a peck of beans a bushel of pota throw will return to bless you There is toes a horse his wheat and corn it it is doing it and a place to buy everything he no doubt about everywhere else and will do it for wants at as reasonable price as any Frankfort and Franklin county if where on earth The difference in A few his taxes what they are now and they will only act wisely dollars to hold and lay away does what they will be on account of one harm and the world no good building another road will never The men that build I have worked hard all ray life I be missed the road the men that run the will be taxed as much or more than most who oppose all these road after being built live on the Our livefl here are product of the farmer and the improvements The more de Â¬ short money will do us no good more demand We make mand the higher the price for after we are gone money by investing money to everything I feel like making an open up channels of trade The appeal to every sensible voter Son handle the Those who know me know I am firm of Miles I would not do grain of Franklin coun- - no sensationalist bulk of the ty we Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or bay anything that would take a dollar out of the pocket of any one aid not 1 beheve in fact did not know every word I write to be true Sa far as self and dollars ire concerned 1 have got to an age that I know either will not amount to much a great while longer I have an interest bevond I have children and grand self children I am trying to benefit that 1 am spending the balance of my days in their interest but us ing my judgment in doing it I have no interest pecuniarily or otherwise only for the general good of the town and county all that I have written is not done in the interest of any individual or in dividuals corporation or corpora- Â¬ tions of any kind I believe if the road is built I make money by it not directly but by a natural How of trade with the now out- Â¬ side world with Frankfort and that I am benefiting posterity by doing it I know this There is 1 try to no guess work about it be free from narrowmindness Yours truly being served can be monopolized by any company or individual Will some member of the Frank fort Heating Company please in- Â¬ form your rcidefs what public ser vice his Company expects to ren der I can imagine none and if none can be shown their boasted Claim of exclusive privilege must fall to the ground Our citizens who afc not favored with a position on the ground floor of the Frankfort Heating Company need not hesitate to form companies to bore for natural gas that underlies us Capital and enterprise mav here find a rirh eward undisturbed by any com pany claiming exclusive privi- ege Fair Plav Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frank tout Kv March Iuiitn Roundabout Du r Sik 30 87 J a friend of education and a true lover of our common schools so much so that I am in favor of Having always been John E Milks Exclusive Privileges Editor of the Roundabout Since the prospect for natural gas has attracted the attention of the citizens of Frankfort the claim made by the Frankfort Heating Company that it has the exclusive privilege for ten years to prospect for and furnish to the citizens this wonderful and economical agent has led to inquiries by many lead ing citizens and to an investigation by the Board of Trade At the last meeting cf that body a committee reported that the Company posses ed such exclusive privilege for two years and perhaps for ten The Board of Trade havyears ing for its object the advancement of every industry that now exists or under proper conditions may exist within the limits of the city was content to accept the situation without further investigation into the validity of the claim so confidently made by this Coirpany The incorporators of this Company are citizens jf energy and business capacity for whose success I entertain the best wishes but I do not wish their success in this enterprise to be built upon in flated st cks and exactions when other citizens are willing and anxious to penetrate the vast storehouse of mother earth and bring forth the hidden fires to comfort the poor and start the wheels of No one needs the manufactuie protection of exclusive privilege in the production and supply of natural gas more than one of our exclusive coal dealers needs the of selling coal to the privilege Every reacitizens of Frankfort can be urged in support son that of one proposition will apply with In mv equal force to the other judgment no necessity exists for lending such aid to either industry-WÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ compulsory education and I have promptly and cheerfully paid all taxes both State and city for the purpose of building school houses c We have just elected three school trustees and have built a grand monument that we can all look upon with pride and feel as sured that our children and grand children can daily visit for recitation and feel that each and every one will be welcome and shout grateful praises and say that gen erous Frankfort has done all this for us with the money willingly paid by tin friends of education I hope no one will be offended by demanding for myself and every friend of our city school that our trustees give us an itamized ac count of all moneys paid out for ail purposes in running said school since their last report It is due to all the friends of the school both white and colored that they at least should have a statement every six months of all moneys going through their hands and it is very important at this time that we should know every financial transaction in connection with the schools that we have so freely and liberally contributed to build up Let every business meeting of the trustees be published in our week ly papers and quiet the fears of every citizen and tax payer of our beloved and beautiful city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Untold Years Experience Nkvr Buoxwoop Ga Ghxtlkmkx Doc Tax payer Sufferings -- A Ten 5 1SS15 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ishing Â¬ to satisfy myself as to the extent of the privilege that the Frankfort Heating Company can exercise under the fundamental law of the State I have taken the pains to examine several decisions of our courts on the question of and will exclusive privileges here brifley give the result of my inquiries believing that the best lawyers will agree to the correct ness of my views No court in Kentucky has ever sanctioned an exclusive privilege granted to any corporation or in dividual unless the corporation or individual in consideration for it renders some public service privileges to Gas Exclusive Companies for lighting purposes in cities have been sanctioned be cause the courts hold that lighting the streets and public ways contributes to the public benefit by protecting citizens against robbers and highwaymen and affording better means of public travel Nowhere do the courts intimate that a mere commodity for dotnes tcuse or supply of material or fuel for private gam no public use Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For ten years I liuvo had a tumor During that time I have been under he treatment ofthe best physicians in Atlanta Ga mid Utica X Y none of whom were able to give relief or assurance of cure Then I turned to the ue of patent medicines several of which 1 used without avail My doctor in Dawson who hud attended me for twenty years assured me that I could not live a year About two years ago 1 began usinu S S S and at once my tumor yielded to its inlluenco it grew softer and smaller and my gen eral health which was badly run down was built up with the decrease of the tumor Finally I felt so well and my general health was so good that I stopped the Swift Specific and went on performing my household duties But of course as I had not persisted in the use of the medicinu until the tumor had entirely disap peared I could only look for a re resort Â¬ turn ofthe ailment Again ed to the use of Swifts Specific u ith the same happy results as on the first occasion This has been repeated several tinis within tiie last two years the medicine never failing to reduce the tumor and buildup my geneal system When I lirst began to take tlio Specific I was so nervous that 1 could not sleepjfor hours on re Â¬ tiring I felt that if I just held my feet still for a few minutes by force of will that it would have thrown nu into convulsions That nervous My ness the S S S entirely cured pain was so great that my physician urged me to keep under the influence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of morphine all the time and to abandon hope of recovery When I began the wam of the Specific I was on my bed half my time a helpless invalid This year I have been able to do all my own cooking except when I was down witii a severe cold Mrs M F Sasskh on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ Treatise eases mailed free t Tin Swift Sikcific Co Atlanta Ga Drawer PPSrvvsWF Syi WWPWyWAIIM1 lTvjFtrv-i-ff- 4iMWWlHIP9JlFPWlUl1 VJlwFV-n-- r v wf T PMPPPPW mmmmmmmmm iip1 i 8 PRANKMICT ROUNDABOUT Antiocli Prof Thos D Stivers school closed the 25th of March The FHANKFOKT KY scholars as well as the patrons zcuri VIUCTICE IN arc sorry the school is out The WILL Fiiiiklhi Carroll TUP CIRCUIT COURTS On account of nn increase in our business we have removed our atore from Ann St to Gallatin lloanc Owen well to secure nml Grant comities in thn Court of Appeals and nv a it li trustees would do In tho Federal Court ftlnin Street Next Door to I lie Engine House Bio Stivers to teach their public Mr Louis Jones is Very sick at school as he has taught the best Where wc propose to keep a complete a stock in our line an any house iii Kentucky his residence on Arsenal Hill school taught in this district We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade iz Housekeepers Attention is sick at Mr H Wcisigcr jr RliiieiiiatiHin and Neural OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS his residence in South Frankfort gin Cured in 2 Days IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD USF There has been one hundred Tho Indium Chemical Co have LeCOMPTES AVERY ME1KE BRINLKY STEEL 1LOWS and one additions to St Johns A discovered a compound which acts M K Church and still the good with truly marvelous rapidity in tiie POWDER MCORMIC BINDHRS REAPHRS MOWKRS curcofllhctinmtiHii and Neuralgia BAKING work goes on We guarantee it to cure any and We have aNu added to our stock Prepared mid FOR SALE ONLY by t Our old and esteemed brother every caxe of acute Inflammatory in Christ Frank Johnson who Rheumatism ami Neuralgia in 2 BUGGIES SURREYSROAu CAR1S Â¬ DAYS and to Garpenter has been very low with pneumonia lief in chronic give immediate rea LeCompte cases and ellect SADDLES AND HARNESS is improving slowly pcedy cure PROPRIETORS OF THE FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY On receipt of JO cents in The first Baptist Church has had stamps we will send to anytwo cent rTMw I AiJrjllfn Call anil see us address over one hundred additions during the prescription for this wonderful tAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE JUSTIN BROS Elder Fisfier of compound which can be tilled by their meeting AND Jiowlmg Green Kentucky is still your home druggist at small cost We take this means of giving our LCOIYIPTES HANDSIYJOOTHER here helping Elder Evans discovery to the public instead of putZelcc Yocum need not go to ting it out as a patent medicine it being IS Peaks Mill or wait till county gladly much less expensive We will refund money if satisfaction is court day to find church members not given dog bitten for there are a great Tin- Indiana Citkmical Co NOTIFIED THAT THE PUBLIC 13 HEREBYAddle Giirrettjidinlii bought from JIr Crawfordsville I ml many who get dog bitten or Craw E Whiteside deceased his entire Istmtrlx of WITH TIIE Interest In the drenched every Lords day who A Hard Party no doubt would pass around the A man giving his name as Bob Furniture and Undertaking bread and wine but they halt so nil long at the wine that they are not Smithy and saying he was from Ever brought to this city in the tough district of Franklin able to get to church on Sundays May they all take came through town Friday was And hate sold one half Interest In my business to until night Zekes advice and get out of the arrested at Tyrone for disorderly ill I IB i llMHw 1 churches go to lull by themselves conduct then came back to town AND S a and spent the night in jail for a and give the younger members It seems chance to worship God in a pure similar offense here And hereafter tho stle of the firm will be that he hired a horse at Frankfort atmosphere Hit them a lick for Of all descriptions The me uncle Zckc and may God to drive a mile out but came on STATEN DEHONEY here and when the owner heard help you to strike them hard and of it he sent here for the horse And the buslnesswlll be continued nttheoldstano often OF- WhlK hldes Staten No 18 St Clair street and the tough citizen walked Of Slay 8 tf JOS T STATEN back after holding the usual Editor JioumUtltout STOVES GRATES WEKmwMgi ill The First Colored Baptist sceauce with our lenient town C Anderson Neivs Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases Church of this city has had a try authorities ing time for the past two or three tliat be On last Wednesday night General Insurance Agent And at prices seen incannot Housedupli cated ever one in The church has had many three men year by the name of Brum Frankfort before Dont forOfllce on Main St Opposite Farmers Bank sore trials to contend with There get the place ley John Peyton and Tom PeyREPRESENTING has been division confusion law ton broke into Jim Huletts store 1S Leading American and Foreign Companies JNO 7 BUCKLEY suits and many other things to in Tiago Franklin county and St Clair Street destroy the peace happiness and stole goods and chattels to the WITH OVEB The morality of the church 10000000000 ASSETS Brumley was pEltai POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- church as is well known has been amount of 40 was Steamshipat lowest rates Agent Anchor Line ol caught the next morning i erty Prepaid Ticket sold from any point in a deplorable condition for some taken before Esq Clark and tried In ireat urlttuln or Ireland Aprl7 ly time and the cause is so well and being unable to give bond known I need not state it in this was in Frankfort to placed in letter Many of our colored await further jail Coal trial Doubtless he churches are divided and torn will find Manufacturer and Dealer in within the walls a asunder on account of incompe- of Frankforthome the broad stripes KINDS DOUBLK SCREENED and tent or bad leaders Colored peo- will be his next costume The ALL family use Prompt Delivery FuH Weight Bottom Pi ices ple in many localities are imposed Peytons to date are running at on by bad men in the pulpit or at random and fifty dollars reward Telephone conned ion No 30 the head of affairs in our churches is offered for Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery their capture JacksThey not only destroy the pros- onville item in Shelby Neivs GEO B perity of the churches but do DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED FRANKFORT KY great harm morally to the com- A Suggestion 10 tiii rtcatf Iublic Dec8 f Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Touri U cmigwuiu and murim rd llml lliat It has always been a munity meilicln Stomach Attended to writer why some Hostettcrs against uIIiIUtj U a iilliioiirp tl mystery to the otfogur1 iicltilnl people will hold on so tight to a Uou whicJi tiey ean implicitly rely tioa WM CROMWELL Agent for lEjILTOr XlrTIE iirevonts tlio cpcd ol ltiacil nliniplcr bad corrupt and immoral man blll HI luiulliik ulllc tliit UIKUCUstollUil T ana Attorney-at-La- w have just been elected pastor of water or oilier eomlitium iiiiiioialil t liiiiltli On lung o ages oi Joui Jie in lutl Columbus Steam Pumps the First Colored Baptist Church tinlowKlJuciitt tiocciiit r ii 1mm pclully AND iwctulu t n in e ruth ool the and I shall try and prove worthy aiiluUonlprsoniiobtimaclilcliilKionu lulu a 128 Lewis St Near the River Frnnkfort Ky FOR PRICE LIST ESBND 1ipiiihI linv of the confidence confided in me vl u hiuli lire apt to attack iiatiim of tlio uittlicMituiiio6iJiiunlnortnielIiKinMici Or THE as a pastor and leader of my peoWILL PRACTICEtheINadjoining COURTS ami T Wl Bfi mill it is ai cscellc it iiuilcrllun IW I region und counties G njraint Uip influence ofcxtremo cold Midden will also give special attention to the purchase H What we need is good and changes of tpinpcrntmoppoiirctitlniiipor and sale of real estate collection of rents claims ple fatigiia It not only faithful leaders men qualified and ptreine nml i eminent fepr prevents Inier and the negotiation of loans Olllce opposite and other dls rilltciit morally intellead n iiialui ial typo lnit eradicate them t ices of worthy to CAPITAL June 25 ly oa Iipp and spiritually The n tact which liasSouih i notorious 1ir j cim the lectually America Mexico in Noi tli and colored ministry has been dis- Â¬ Weit Judiuj Auitiillu aid othor couutrltu J AS A VIOLETT JYS ANDREW SCOTT graced so often by drunkards and An End to Bone ScrapingVIOLETT SCOTT dishonest so called preachers that AW igood men are almost ashamed to Edward Shepherd of Ilarrisburg SEEQRa JB5n3 AW much 342 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY own that they are ministers of the III says JIaving received so feel it benefit from Electric Bitters I PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN gospel my duty to let suffering humanity Franklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Up CRAYON PORTRAITS believe a brighter future know it Have had a running sore on stairs hi the Inivall llulldlng I the colored Baptists in my leg for eight years my doctors Jan 22 tf awaits to have AND ALSO Frankfort The clouds are about told me I would haveamputated the hone scraped or leg I DR J COLLINS lto disperse and a day of prosper- used instead three bottles of Electric dawn that will Bitters and seven boxes Uueklens ity is about to cause great rejoicing among all the Arnica Salve and my leg is now Of all Sizos at Reduced Price good and true members of the sound and well Electric Hitters are sold at fifty A OPP ask our white cents a bottle and Bucklens Arnica OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMANthe We church pain bj Teeth extracted use of Nltroube Oxide or laughing gas niMiiiri Mill ai m nnsFpam m friends to lend us all the encour- Salve at 20c per box by Jos Le murHktf 5 DEALKH IN- agement possible The minds of Compte man v of the members are waver W C SIACKLIN L F COMPTON -53Many want to do right if BUILDING LOT FOR SALE ing MUk COMPTON MACKLIU We are now engaged in let alone COMPLETE LINE OF HKi 00 a most successful meeting About A GOODIn IiUIMllKfl LOT at aI5Y S5 OR For PJIOIKIKTOKS bargain feet ottered for bulu iebU6 tf 150 souls have been added to the terms apply ut UiIh olllce Gents Furnishing Goods I have been assisted by church Mills Revs A Britton of Lexington THORN HILL POULTIiy COF7IXTS dSsC In Stock and all Kinds of and J Fisher of Bowling Green HAVK THE FULL- Ky Mr Fisher is a powerful Made Order L U MARSHALL PROPRIETOR speaker and has rendered good 1OT2 service to the church winning R C Brown Lorliornn S 0 White Leg AND MANOKACTOItE high encomiums from the congre- horns Buff Cochins Black Jnvus W F FOR SALE OR RENT B Sjmniflli A SPECIALTY Six of the best gradeB of the best gation Flour made in the World I remain for the elevation of my EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 227 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY ACRES Eugene Evans or Elkhorn A SMALLofFARM OF 108Apply to NEAR THE 200 Per sotting of 18 race Office ForkH wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square All the latest style furniture constant Ir In stock WAKll CHUTCHER Pastot Muy 8 lv Feb 12 2in Feb 2CHf Jktt xr Anions the Colored Citi MAJOR ATTORNKY JT Ij A W Look IX P Out We Are Coming Tfc- f Rmi Â¬ NOTIGE BUSINESS W Taao T IE3ijc3sle3r Hifrr H1 - STILL AHEAD Largest Stocl m DEHONEY Fancy Goods EJRCES1 stock ffi t Ik Â¬ F BITCHES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Choic Cheap Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor BOILERS Â¬ Â¬ STEAM ENGINES Â¬ Â¬ MACKUN Â¬ 1 ILS BOILEE TOI2BS AJSHD Heal Estate Agent Â¬ MATTERNS Utl W Â¬ C - ART GALLERY U Â¬ S DEISTTIST PHOTOGRAPHS Â¬ R ROGERS I Elkhorn Roller -- IT P L ROLLER SYSTEM Shirts to 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