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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m n I The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY APRIL 9 1887 Number 30 A STUPENDOUS AN Vi E to NO FROM TO INSPECTION INCURS OBLIGATION BUY I K Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Cuffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed IIW HUDSON HUMPHRIES The new Lodge of Knights of are allowed to fairly run over with He will comroom on its site time next Pythias effected a temporary orga rotting garbage trash dish water mence work some nization on Friday night and elect and kitchen refuse disease will month find a quick origin and a rapid ed the following officers forMr W M Kavanaugh When the cholera was J D Kehoe District Deputy spread merly of this city has been reportraging in both Italy and Spain Grand Chancellor ing the proceedings of the Arkansas Thos B Macklin Past Chan the utmost activity was seen in Legislature for his paper the Little France Austria German cellors Walker Peters En Â¬ and the Rock Daily Gazette John W Milam Chancellor gland and other European countries House of Representatives of that Commander in the way of cleansing and disin- Â¬ body passed the following very Vice Chancellor fecting The result was the John Stewart complimentary resolution at the cholera advance was checked and Henry H Ware Prelate close of its session on Friday last J Mac VanDerveer Keeper of its footsteps turned away The following introduced by Seals and Records Very little if any attention has Mr Sevier of Ouaclute was spread Jas G Dudley Master of Ex- been paid officially in Frankfort on the journal of the House of late years to a complete system Whhkeas Mr V M Kava chequer M Franklin Master of of health ptotection We have Walter naugh the raliable courteous and no Hoard of Health and the city Gazette Finance efficient reporter of The has discharged his duties satisfaMaster at outside of scraping the dirt from Wallace Shelby ctorily to the House and has en Â¬ Arms the streets in the busiest portion deared himself to the members by P Inside of the town and some attention to Walcutt Delano making correct and impartial sewerage has been pretty much Guard reports therefore be it numbers left to itself The back yards that membership The Resolved That the thanks of this house are hereby tendered twenty four and the young gentle too often reek in filth have appar Â¬ him and that this resolution be men composing the body say they ently been deemed sacred against spread upon the Journal This ought not propose to have the crack drill official intrusion so to be No pains should be of the State Tommie Hutchison and Bobbie corps They will perfect their organi spared to make our city as neat as Craik two boys about fifteen a new pin and as cleanly as a mar- Â¬ zation next Friday evening years of age left this city Wed ble floor nesday morning for the far West The existence of cholera in Pan The retaining wall on the upper They took Injuns to hunt ama and the establishment of side of the St Clair Street Bridge walkers line via Shelbyville as their finances amounted to only quarantine in some of the gulf was completed Thursday and Hutch left a ports is suggestive ground for an workmen commenced tearing down about five dollars diary behind giving an account of early and complete cleansing of all the old wall on the lower side of their adventures the first week out American cities Frankfort should the bridge Wednesday afternoon from home written a week ago not be behind in this matter preparatory to replacing it with a Thursday evening they concluded Naturally our city is excellently new one similar to that just finish- The Kentucky river ed above they had lost no Indians and re drained the center of the city and pierces turned home Th City Assessor haying corn besides the natural drains and artiRice have ficial sewers the rock and gravel pletcd his work of listing city Messrs Wakefield repaired the damage done to their substratum leads off to the river property for taxes the Council saw mill by the explosion of the the mass of decayed matter so in- will hold an appeal meeting on when Tuesday evening next The books boiler several weeks ago put in a jurious to health Yet become choked up of the Assessor arc now open for and these drains new boiler and machinery on Wednes and filth accumulates and when inspection at the City Clerks ofcommenced sawing back yards and private premises fice day Â¬ Â¬ CASSELL Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knights Templar will probably attend the session of the Grand Commandery at Dapville next month in a body and camp out during their stay as they did dur ing the last meeting of the Grand Commandery in that city nine Â¬ Am Episode An Engineers Story BY X S C Written for tlio Roundabout The trains not due sir Oil tell mo Its not boiioI 1or I liivo walked from Lancaster And teel ulinuit broko down Â¬ Â¬ been u wreck lit DettonUllo And fiom nil that I lie ir say AiuoiiK the nuiubr that are klllod riliiuU ny son todij The cars not due for hours mum Theres 1 I that ajed and wrinkled browShe lotmu her boy as she had said Among the many slain Hut the poor old mother and her denl - Hut I time oiders utulwlllrun To day an extra train I tun starting uov mid If jou ciro To risk the trip with mo I have no money sir my faro well tiust to ioJ you see At this the mother boned her head A teir fell on my hand ou are a christian sir she said And fully understand How mueii 1 nejd in- - Help to day To help me bear my lo id liefuie sue llnlshed we weie away A lljlnj dovn the load That fearful rldo shall I forget 1 fel the same thrill now Wnen meuioo shows that face all wet ventured to explain years ago We have seen a specimen of Miss Natalie Sawyiers painting in the shape of an Easter card which was exceedingly beautiful and shows that the young lady has great talent in that line and ere long will take high rank as an artist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Sliiich neer saw ISA lbfe7 luam Lftterback has pur Mr J 1 chased of Mr A O Gaines a lot ioo by 200 feet on Steele street between Cross and Campbell for 6oo m Â¬ Â¬ A new and comfortable public school building is being erected in Leestown under the direction of the efficient trustee of the district Mr Jas A Murray Mr Gus Shaefer is the contractor and of course the work will be well done well This is the regular day for Dr W I Kelly cf Cincinnati to visit Frankfort and his patients will find him at the Capital Hotel as usual Those who have carefully studied Â¬ The machinery to bore the gas for the Frankfort Heating Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Company arrived in this city Mon day morning but as the company were not ready to go to work it was reshipped Thursday afternoon to Nashville the report of the State Geologist of Ohio on the natural gas ques tion are thoroughly satisfied that we have it here in as large quanti ties as in Ohio and there is every reason to Relieve that when a well is sunk somebody will strike it Â¬ Â¬ Housekeepers IF Attention YOU WANT NICK LIGHT DREAD USE LeCOMPTES BAKING LeCompte POWDER Carpenter OF THE Â¬ rich Mr James Hveney will tear away the old one story frame build Â¬ ing on the corner of Second and Shelby streets which he has re- Â¬ and erect a cently purchased handsome two story brick store n- Preixired and FOR SALE ONLY by Â¬ PROPRIETORS FAMOUS GEN HARRIS COLOGNE AND Â¬ LCOMPTES HANDSMOOTHER - a BBiiua wewn -- WXZXTJtt TET OTTS STOOIKI IS LpQrWetiwS BOT73 X5rX 5 Jtr LmL jrUmj -- oif1 IKVE at -- 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 7E2 WIS 50 Dozen Linen Damask Towels at The best Towel ever sold for So 25 25 A large assortment of Hamburg Trimmings which wc have assorted in lot numbers 50 Dozen Linen Towels large size cheap at 25c 50 Dozen Napkins all Linen per dozen 6c 5c 75 1 No No No 1 50 Styles in good quality and width at 30 Styles at - cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard cents per yard 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 yard from 25 cents to We have received another lot of those cheap Red Spreads at 50 cents 65 cents 75 cents 90 cents Si 00 Si 25 and 25 Pieces of India Linen Checks at 25 India Linen Stripes at 25 India Linen Checks at Plain India Linen from 5 cents to e 2 3- 8 00 75 oftylesat 25 25 25 25 10 12 15 70 I 50 10 I f dbess shistsI and Finelsinen -- No 4 No 5 No 6 No 7 Styles at Styles at Styles at Styles at f 20 cents per yard 25 I24c 8c 25 THE 1rw scared -- ft r J We have exclusive control of GOLD AND These are special bargains being from three to sixteen inches wide We have also a large line of Swiss Nainsook Embroideries Smyrna and Medici Laces in all grades SILVER SHIRT We have all the new novelties in spring dress goods in black and colors and American Satines -- Dress Goods CARPETS turned Sunday from a visit to Cov- Â¬ ington Mr Joe Williams editor of the Blue grass Clipper was in the city Saturday Miss Sophie ODonuell of Ducker Station is visiting Miss Mary Parker in this city Mr G Ed Marshall and wife have returned from a three weeks visit to Mt Sterling Rev G C K el ley has been visit Â¬ ing friends in Millersburg mid Paris the past week Mrs Gov Knott who has been visiting in Louisville returned home Saturday Mr Frank C Hughes returned Monday morning from a second visit to Chattanooga Mr Thos B Newman of this city has secured a position on the Anderson News Mr and Mrs Clarence Egbert Dress Goods X also a handsome line of French AND OIL CLOTHSX-Call and see us We have added to our stock a line of Carpets Oil Cloths Matting and Rugs which we will sell low The Banner Sign Main Street Personals Mis Pnttie Marshall is visiting friends in Louisville V C P Breckinridge was Hon in the city this week Mr Jack Rump left Wednesday morning for St Louis Prof Pickett went to Lexington Sunday to visit his son Mr Jos Mulhattan of Louisville was in the city Sato relay Dr Alvin Duvall of Lexington spent Sunday in tiie city Mr Gee Everett of Mt Sterling was in the city Wednesday Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville was in the city Sunday last Mr Chas R Gresham spent Tues day in Lexington on business Mr Mike Buckley has improved so much as to be on the streets Mrs L M Martin of Cynthiana is visiting her paients in this city Col R P Pepper returned Satur urclay from a trip to Louisville Mrs L W Gloreand family have removed to Louisville to reside Mr Paul Sawyier returned Satur Â¬ day from a trip to the Northwest Miss Daisy Blackburn of Spring Station is visiting Miss Annie Steele M r S C Cryer left Tuesday after afternoon for Kansas City to locate Mr Geo Wicks Jr was in the city Sunday the guest of Will Dud- Â¬ WEITZEL Mr D J Hubbell sr who has been in feeble health for several weeks is improving slowly Mi sen Can ie and Cora Blake more of Farmdale are visiting the Misses Williams South Side Miss Sallie Ilonnaker of Louis up Wednesday morning to attend the funeral of Miss Helen Lindsey Mr and Mit I Iagar of Ashland who have been the guests of Mrs Chas J Norwood South Side re Â¬ turned home Wednesday morning Mrs E A Richards and daughter ille is visiting friends in and Miss Jessie who have been in Louis Â¬ around Frankfort this week ville visiting the family of Judge T V II McLean of Spring Sta- Â¬ F Ilargis returned home Monday Mr tion who has been visiting in this Rev A Dunlap and family who city returned home Monday have been spending the winter with Tuesday Mr William McEwan Rev Win Hughes of Geneva afternoon for their home left Downing in New York is visiting his brother ton Michigan Mr F C Hughes in this city Col Chas E Bowman left yester Â¬ Mr Paul Meek of the engineer day morning for Olympia Washing corps of the L N R R at Louis Â¬ ion Territory to assume the duties of ville was up Saturday on business Special Timber Agent of the Govern Â¬ Mrs Walter Kelly and children of ment having been appointed to the Ilopkinsville are visiting her broth Â¬ position several weeks ago by the er Mr A II McOlure in this city Secretary of the Interior Miss M aggie Taylor returned Satur Â¬ Col Ed Ducan and J day afternoon from an extended visit to her sister in Shreevesport Louis Moore of this county came to ana town Monday and imbibed some Mrs Henry Owsley of Midway On the who has been visiting her father and Court day enthusiasm sisters here returned home Satur Â¬ way home they got into a difficulday ty which resulted in Duncan Mr E W Hines left Thursday for a trip to Western Kentucky and will drawing his pistol and shooting at be absent until the middle of next the Colonel No blood Â¬ ODOKHELL T H Walker Superin tendent of the Baltimore Ohio Express Company was in the city Thursday and made arrange Mr Â¬ Â¬ ments to establish an office of Iris company in this city and start a line of wagons between this city and Georgetown Capt Ed M Diane has accepted the agency and the company will commence business here about the 14th of this month Ope 11 in if Ladies be sure to see Mrs Fergu Â¬ sons beautiful bonnets c to day Sam D Johnson Co beautiful stock of satines have a - spent Sunday in Lexington with Mrs Es parents Mr Willoughby Rodman left Mon Â¬ day morning for a trip to Chatta Â¬ nooga Tennessee Mrs W JI Hampton of Ashland is visiting her sister Mrs II J Grand opening at Mrs Fergusonto day of imported hats bonnets c Come early and examine her stock Sam D Johus on v Cos millinery department is full of novelties Hyde In this city ley Mrs John W Rodman left Wed nesday afternoon for a visit to Louis- Â¬ ville Mr Walter Harper of Midway was in the city this week on busi Â¬ Â¬ ness lr W Mrs Win Bradley left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Newark New Jersey Mr W F Brewer of Louisville is visiting relatives near Farmdale this county Mrs G T Stagg who hasybeen In Cincinnati for several daysfhas re- Â¬ turned Mr Casper Gnyle of Mi Sterling spoilt Sunday in this city visiting Iriunds Miss Addie Lawler left Wednes Â¬ day afternoon for Lexington to visit friends Mrs M J Dudley and family re Mr Howard Jett and wife who have been visiting relatives here left for their home in Cynthiana Tuesday morning Sunday in this city Mrs Frank Lorey left Tuesday Major Wieklific Chapman was in afternoon for Kansas City to join her Louisville on business for a few days husband and make that city her fu- Â¬ ture home the first of the week Misses Corinne and Henrietta Rev Jas P Fall of Georgetown spent Monday and Tuesday in this Blackburn who have been vniting Miss Rose Stewart left for their city visiting relatives homes Monday Miss Lizzie Richardson of Irvine Master Jno P Stewart who Is Estill county is visiting relatives attending Rugby bchool at Louis and friends in this city ville is at home to spend Easter Miss Mamie Lindsay who has holidays with his parents been at school in Cincinnati is home Mrs Dr Win Cheatham of Louis- Â¬ for the Easter holidays ville spent several days in this city Mr William Buckley left Tuesday the iirst of the week visiting her sis Â¬ afternoon for St Louis Missouri ter Mrs James Rodman jr with a view to locating Messrs Clarence Julian and John Miss Lida Sutfleld one of Louis Â¬ Ziegler who are attending school at villes most charming belles is visit Danville spent Saturday and Sunday ing Miss Elia Johnston with their parents in this city Mr Will Lindsey who has been Mr II D Fitch and wife and Mrs attending the University of Vir Â¬ Jos W Lindsey of Louisville came ginia came home Sunday Capt Thos G Poore and Rev Mr Farris left Monday morning for a visit to Owensboro Mr John L Jones left Wednesday morning for Kansas City where ho will probably locate Mr Pat McDonald Jr of Hunt Â¬ ington West Virginia will spend again week Miss Eliza Johnston who has been coniined to the house for some time with diphtheria is able to be out Second day f Mrs Fergusons opening of millinery goods The Notwithstanding the numerous most beautiful ever brought to the freezes of the last t wo weeks the city Come and see For stylish millinery go to Sam D fruit in this locality has not all been Killed though badly damaged Job nson i Co Mr H F Hillenmeyer the LexTrimmed and untri mined bonnets says that it and hats In great variety nt Sam D ington nurseryman has not been killed in that section Johnson Cos Red front St Clair street Mr Alex C Henry has rented Notice to Stockholder s the store room in the Mansion House block second door from A CALLED MKKTINd OF THK BOAIW Main on St Clair street and will or 4T Director Co tlio Frankfort anil ieorBetotvu lUMd open a fancy grocery there in a of business April east end lieltt at theirofplnco 8U1 1W7 it meetlne tlio Stockholder of mild ronil wiib Killed to be held few days In the County Court Itooiu in Ceoruetovwi April Â¬ I 2iitli Stone for the much needed street crossings near the Government Building arc being dressed and the work of putting them down began yesterday m 1HM7 lit II oclock u tlio ensuliiK jeir W L Long Supt Apl Kit 111 H to elect iMreelora T QUINN lor President Â¬ To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock iood Salary and Kxpensei or Commission Tor inaneiit employment minriinteed Address nt onco statlntj auo SNELL HOWLANDi Nurserjnien St Louis Mo Mr Ed Marshall is putting up an addition to his residence on Campbell street Ft tif- - Mp TTyfwRSff5HWfAi55PwlrowWRSRw3Ti5w WJ1WJI w tzWWvvisifF tJliswWWiir8wF rrTvxTr wi 7wpryFws ipvw tv1V BB 3 County Court Items There was a large crowcl in town Monday at County Court but the sales on the street were rather light but little stock having It being horse been offered show day the following stallions W were on exhibition W J VV Col- Â¬ L II Lewis Agawam R Ward Macey lins Hay wood Hlack Diamond of Versailles Wm Pulliam Owen county Jug gler jr Al Andersons Martcl L P Tarltons Whisper Howen Holtons Inglewood L lv Comptons L K C Morrison Armstrongs Max G W Han- Â¬ cocks Allen Pinkerton The following sales of real es tatc were made by W H Posey Master Commissioner of the Circuit Court In the case of J G Crocketts administrator vs J G Crocketts c the house and lot on heirs St Clair street occupied by Alex Syzymanski to L A Thomas Â¬ children to be equally divided between them 1hc report of the Commissioners to divide the lands of Win T Gordon deceased and allot a homestead to his widow was filed in court which lies over until next River The steamer Hibemia left for Louisville on Friday with a good S V Pence Master W trip F Bclser 1st clerk Mr Jack Long is agent for the Steamer Ilibemia in this place and will be glad to furnish any information to shippers in regard to her Mr William F Bclser first clerk on the steamer Hibemia has returned to his post of duty after attending the funeral of his cousin who died in William Frickee He belonged to the Nashville U S Mail service and stood I CO Was a mem Â¬ in his examination ber of Knights of Honor and Knights of Phytltias and also a member of all railroad orders He was buried with all the honors due one so worthy and was beloved by all who knew him Â¬ ucywE SLICKER DR Â¬ Bib Best Waterproof Coat ami wm vrrp Jou dry In TliFISniliASIStirKEItlinirrnllwtrtirnor iUl Tlfwaro oflmltMlotn Ncno c nnlno lihnut tbo Tlh ncr iho Mils llroiid tlKlt muV I11uilrtil Citlosii fro A J Inwar llotun Mum court The report of the Commission- Â¬ ers to divide the lands of Wm Jones deceased and allot dower to his widow one third in value to same and divide the remainder into five equal parts between his children was filed and continued until next term of court Spring fever days have arrived at last Premonitory symtoms of the disease were evhibited numerously yesterday W I KELLEY OHIO WILL UK AT THE OF CINCINNATI City Marshal J M Stephens IN FltANKVOHT KY 1S87 was the recipient of a handsome SATURDAY APRIL 18Ki nold watch and chain yesterday SATURDAY MAY presented by his wife Dr Kelly makes specialty of curint ULEUMNtt 11 CAPITAL HOTSXi HUM am for 2120 Â¬ In the case of Scofield guar acres of dian vs Paxton 6 land near Farmdale to U Farmer for 2275 per acre c vs In the case of Sargent Crockett 243 acres of land near Bridgeport to Mrs R C Crockett 400 In the case of A Englehard vs c house and L F Williams lot in South Frankfort to defend ants for 469 In the case of Haly Bros vs John Tobin Lot of stone derricks c sold to Jno y Tobin and Jno Haly 8925 Col D A Peters the popular and active auctioneer was busy all He sold 18 day on Monday last head of hogs at 5 cents per pound milch cows from 24 to 35 head of calves at 125 per head I lot of calves at 1530 horses to 123 and a ranging from 23 few small calves at 7 50 per head Mrs Jane C Murray by petition renounced the will of her Murray de- Â¬ H H husband ceased and declines to recognize or consent to the provisions of same and announces her intention to claim as his widow Her attorney is Jno W Rodman The will of Pharist Birchfield He was admitted to probate real gives all his property both aid personal to his widow during h r lifetime After her death he gives all his property to his brother Louis Birchfield The will is dated March 14 1887 and Louis Birchfield qualified as exe- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 for 1 the contrary we added 3 now men to the force in our office last week I enclose a deed for 4Sunnyside lots sold for 1000 cash 400 profit on a 600 investment isnt bad for ninety days Will get 1200 for the 4 on the corner that also cost 600 I refused 3600 foi your 2400 investment made Feb 10th will get 4000 I also refus ed 900 for your 6co investment in the Linwood and a party is go ing to day to look at your Topeka property at 6000 A fair profit on 003 in 30 diys time Am very confident of doubling all your money you sent me by June All in usual health Your friend J It having been rumored in this section that the bottom had fallen out of the boom in Wichita Kan M sas real estate Capt J Abrams of this city wrote to Mr J F Johantgen formerly of Henry county who is in the real estate business in that city and received the following letter in reply Capt Abrams says Mr Jo That old time and hackneyed hantgen is a perfect gentlemen nuisance the town hog has be whom he has known for years gun his spring tricks of opening and is thoroughly reliable Read gates and invading gardens He what he says is evidently just getting his hand Wichita Kan March 29 18S7 in or his nose in so as to be pre Mr N Abraham pared for the juicy and succulent In response to Dkak Fkiknd your question in regard the bot- diet afforded by green peas early tom having fallen out of Wichita beans and other garden sass Like real estate will just say there is the sacred cow or the white elenot one word of truth in it On phant in other lands the town Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eminence is working up an interest in the natural gas question and it looks like a well would be sunk there in a short time Â¬ ITCHING PILES By the Ilrlnkurliolt System nml teed In euiy cane ot flies cure Is guaran Â¬ Those who were first to begin gardening this season are not altogether satisfied with their sprightli ness The slow goers are smiling serenely m Rev Sam Jones Â¬ NO KNIFE IS USED SO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE Oil NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I 1T1WTUJLA Is cured 1IV IVO FISSUKKS Cured without cutting or tearing the celebrated at three Â¬ Evangelist will preach at the The great banc of humanity Is cured If the pa tient does not call too late This Is the greatest Holcombe Mission in Louisville stcret enemy or mankind and a dlseme of which to morrow afternoon m RECTAL ULCER Â¬ oclock Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Mr W J Hughes has resigned from the First as Councilman and the Council on Thurs Ward day morning elected Mr W H Posey as his successor Â¬ little or nothing was known before the HltlNK KKI10FF dlscmorles Many patients are troubled with constipation or occasional attack of diarrhea lamo biclc headache djspepsla Itching Increased ut night kidney and bladder trouble that are not aware It Is caused by ulceration in the lower bowel It It now a well eattbllshed fact that many dis eases of the otomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous sjstem are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FIbSUKKor RECTAL LLCER Â¬ F Johantgen Â¬ Â¬ cutor The last will and testament of Francis Wurtz was admitted to He gives and bequeaths record to his sister Susan Wurtz two hundred dollars to his siter Catharine Shrader or her heirs his house and lot on Wilkinson and Hill street in Frankfort to his niece Elizabeth Elder one hundred dollars to his niece Elizabeth Gooding one hundred dollars to his nephew Joseph Sharpe one hundred dollars to his nephew Andre v Sharpe one hundred dollars to his nephew Thomas Moore one hundred dollars to his niece Belle Sharpe now Mrs Thompson one hundred dollars Dated 1887 J T Staten was appointed adminisÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Geo Frazier who resides near Leestown in this county has a mule whose head from base of lower lip to tip of ears meas ures three feet exactly Whilst a long headed animal in physical structure he is not specially noted for intellectuality beyond the usual mental reservation common to all his race of waiting sometimes for several weeks to get a chance to kick somebody Mr Frazier says he is a Mug wump and subject to fits of de spondency over the condition of public affairs during which time his head measures three feet six inches or more caused by an elongaion of the under lip These are more spells of depression likely caused by the recollection that mues like men are mortal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trator The last will and testament of Jno Kicrnan deceased gives all of his property both real personal and mixed to his wife and four One night twenty eight years ago Mrs S J Bohannan in walk ing about her room stuck a cambric needle in her right foot which could not be extracted and It has worked up into her limb continued to travel all the years since then and on Thursday even ing made its appearance in one of the toes of her left foot having passed up her right limb and the right side of her body across the and then down the shoulders left side and limb into the left foot woiking out in the toe as above stated It has given her great pain at times and some years ago she felt it in her right arm and then thought it would come to the surface but it worked back up into tlie shoulder Â¬ Â¬ Lisbon colt in the combination sale of Messrs Woodward It is believed by some that a Harbison which takes place in large amount of money lies buried Lexington next month somewhere near Lock No 4 The First Colored Baptist Church placed there by early settlers has received about one hun- Â¬ two brothers one of whom was dred and twenty converts during killed bv Indians and the other their protracted meeting who will frightened away He afterwards be baptized in the river next Sun came back but had lost his eye- day afternoon sight ami could tell no one the exm where the treasure was act spot The lower mitre sill of Lock Every spring one of our No 4 having been underminded buried old citizens goes down and digs by the high water this spring the for it snagboat Kentucky will pump out the lock pit in a few days so that Col R H Taylor sold or the damage can be repaired Thursday of last week for Mrs M J Dudley a lot on Second One of the most surprising street 50 by 190 feet to Mrs problems in railroad history in Ada Garrett for Soo cash and Kentucky is the singular neg Nashville on yesterday the lot adjoining the lect of the Louisville above 50 by 40 feet for Mrs road to complete the short gap in Col Jouett to same party for the air line from Frankfort to By constructing eight Mrs Garrett will com- Louisville 550 mence the erection of a residence miles of road from Hatton to upon the ground in a short time Shelbyville a long devious detour by way of Lagrange could be Miss Ida M Crockett gave an avoided and much time saved elegant entertainment to her young Perhaps the L N is waiting friends at the residence of her for the C 0 to complete a brother-in-laMr Wilder Dupuy parallel and competing line and on Thursday thus make time an object near Bridgeport Several young gentle evening The Odd Fellows of this city men from this city went out and report having enjoyed themselves will celebrate the 6Sth anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America on immensely Tuesday the 26th inst by a pro Miss Maggie Branch entertained cession speech poem music and her young friends in handsome banquet The speech will be destyle at the residence of her father livered by the young and brilliant near this city on Thursday even- Â¬ presiding officer of Capital Lodge Quite a number were in at Col Jas A Murray and the origing tendance and all had an exceed inal poem will be read by the gifted and poet laureate Hon Thos ingly nice time B Ford All of the Odd Fellows Mr John Will Johnson has in the county both residents and secured a position with a hard Â¬ visitors are invited to participate ware house in Chattanooga Ten Â¬ on the interesting occasion nessee and left for that place UI1L Wednesday afternoon to enter At tho residence nf her husband near Jett upon the discharge of his duties Station this county April 2d Itfi7 Mrs VuuiiNiv hog is a venerated and feerless object of municipal worship and o Judge W L Jett has entered REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort KICHAHIi FERGUSON Frankfort J 31 WIT HROW Lexington Dr Keller can be found at his Cincinnati office every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT Â¬ protection his Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ dressing URDAY W i I KELLEY M I -K 376 West Seventh St Dec 26 ly Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE HORSEJACK I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CARDS NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFPICB W J SCOTTOW DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES 1 LARD MILL FEED MEAL Â¬ EMPRESS FLOUR 235 Broadway St Feb liKlm KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST FOK w Â¬ WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE M YORK Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- HU Â¬ SOLID T IE u I 2ST ruoM- - LoHisvilleCiiicimiuli TO Lexinslon Â¬ Â¬ WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with last trains for tiik Dinner route to LYNCHUUKG DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL 1OINTS IK- - 0 CmrrniEii wife of wash Ciutcher Esq Col Ike Wingate will commence selling out his stock of merchandise at Woodlake on Sat urday next at cost and at auction having determined to quit mer chandizing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stuaykd ok Stolux A gray VIR INI A 10 NORTH CAROLINA mare about Hi hands high 10 years For tickets and further Information apply to old smooth limbed anil thin in or Â¬ your nearest ticket office W W MOXKOE der The Under will please return Div Pussr Agent Lexington Ky to Wm Tluxkh on the Lees Â¬ her II W FULLER W O WICKHAM town pike suburbs of Frankfort and Gun Puss Agfc 2d Vice President iO lt be liberally rewarded M The U S Snag boat Kentucky KRAWKFORT ROUNDABOUT oHaat week She stood the trip well but soon grew worse and returned Wednesday morning from Kntered at tlic post onicc at Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable mutter sank gradually until death came Jk attyville having been engaged to relieve her from pain It is in removing obstructions from the GEORGE A LEWIS sad that and bright and joyous river between Lock No Eeaitoc axtA XtaTolielier should soone so be cut down the that point during the past month soon pride of fond parents and the pet FRANKFORT APRIL 9 1887 i DUNLAP HATS THE WORLD RENOWNED JiOIilV of the household to be called away In this city on Krlday April 1st 1687 to Mr life She Jus M Hulnun und wife u daughter We are authorized by Judge at the very threshold of was universally beloved by all W P Bush to say that every M A Tl It 1 IE U who knew her and the centre of a thing in regard to the new rail- large circle of friends who deeply At the residence of J A Peters Jr In this TAlffTjT EARLY AND SELECT YOUR SIZE AS TpDITp county on Tuesday April lbST Mn J F Nich road from this city to Georgetown mourn her loss The funeral ols tuut Miss Loumk 1kteiw Mk W M Mav HKiutrumlMi Sakah Hannah Johnson- Rev and Paris is favorable So we took place Wednesday afternoon J A Peters sr emulating Is growing each season on these goods and we have difficulty in may expect the railroad question from the Episcopal Church of filling our orders Customers who appreciate a D1UU to be booming in a few days Let which she had long been a memNear Folsgrove this county oil Saturday April first class hat will wear no ber and was largely attended the 2d 1W7 MK Iamex IIaukoi it come for we need something to April Near floral offciings being numerous 1687 an Harp thin county S on Monday of bron-4 other Infant daughter ot M Shield liven up the old town badly chitis and exceedingly beautiful in de In this city 011 Tuesday morula April 5th 1687 Miss Helin LiNUSKV oldest daughter of sign CRUTCHER STARKS I SPRING SHAPES Â¬ D Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Railroad seen in this county May 7th Bloomington Saturday May 14th Forks of May 21 Saturday Elkhorn Switzer Saturday May 21 7 p Yet the disappoint- Â¬ m Speaking each day at two can be tried ment may only be temporary and oclock p m the capitalist interested in the Past of the FYankfort Real Estate Transfers the completion Week Georgetown and Paris Railroad Riley Brewer to Henry Rodgers may be busily engaged in perfect- Â¬ Mary county I2j4 acres 650 ing plans for its construction The road will be built sooner or Dudley to Mrs A Garrett South Frankfort vacant lot 800 Ellen later and if the present charter Owens to A H Wagner city owners and their capitalists do not WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF lf 87 AT MY farm two miles from Frankfort on the L or to their inter- vacant lot 300 Jerry Washing find it convenient N R R at Mrs L Thomson South ests to presently push the enter- Â¬ ton to 25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL Reuben Money due as soon as the fact Is ascertained or 150 prise other charters can be obtain- Â¬ Frankfort lot Taylor to same lot five feet front the mare parted with ed and a new beginning made DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE BAYWOOD Is n beautiful bay 15 hands and 3 We are not without hope that Murray street 15 Inches high with a fine black mane and tall and only few weeks hand the movement recently begun will The jockey lot or swapping can show a 230 gait withalreadya proven to be not lint Ills colts have only fine be quickly taken hold of again ground on County Court days est horse looking but trotters He Is the cheap ever stood In Franklin county BAYWOOD Standard Rule and satisfactory results attained has become a nuisance and ought foaled 1881 Sired by Harold 7 sireBay stallon of Maun S 1 dam Nata by o 20W4i Noontide 220li etc to be abated Some of the rough- Woodford Mambrlno l il sire of Abbottsford Deaths Record 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woodford son of 2191 est characters in the countv and Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 215JIay Queen 220 dam by thoroughbred son of Im city meet with the crowd which ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the lute R A MRS VIRGINIA C CRUTCHER Alexander by Old St Lawrence W L COLLINS Wife of Mr Wash Crutcher a congregates there on the first Mon Â¬ day in each month and while try- Â¬ April 0 3m prominent farmer of this county died at her home near Jetts Sta- ing to drive a trade for some of FOR LHSEFiUNKFOBUy OPERA HOUSE tion on Saturday afternoon after the miserable horse frames that PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED She are brought there make the air OEALED leise of the Frankfort Opera House a brief and painful illness O for the at the City Clerks oilico until April 21 1887 at six beginning August was a devoted wife and mother a blue with their oaths and obscene p in for u term of two years 18MJ 1887 and ending August 1 Often these sharp reserve the right to reject any and all The Council bids a true friend and language kind neighbor Bond will be required for the faithful perform Â¬ Her death traders come to blows and at ance of the contract and must be Hied with the a devoted Christian proposal LEWIS MANGAN Chulrman Attest was a crushing blow to her fond times such weapons as pistols Ap2 3t F V Giuv City Clerk husband and children who have knives sheep shears and clubs On MEETING OF SfOCK the sympathy of a large circle of play a conspicuous part HOLDEKS Monday the crowd was unusually The funeral took place friends from the family residence on noisy and the residents of that secFARMERS HANK OF KENTUCKY FRANKFORT AlRIL 1ST 1887 and the large tion of town complain loudly of THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK Monday afternoon 1 holders of this bunk will be held at their gathering of neighbors and friends their conduct banking house In the city of Frankfort on Mon day the 2d day of May 1887 at 11130 oclock gave ample proof of the high electing the It having been stated in the for the purpose of Brunches Director for the to serve for Principal Rank she was held by Courier Journal that the proprie- ensuing ear andand the transaction of any other for esteem in which business that may be brought before the meeting the community in wnich she tor of the Kentucky Military In- Â¬ By order of the Hoard GRANT GREEN Cashier Apl Mm lived The remains were interred stitute had purchased the Nichols in the cemetery at Grassy Springs place near Louisville would erect ROOMS AND KITCH Church and were followed to their suitable buildings upon it and re1400 feet Conway located en lot ACOTTAGECOOFbyTHREE Hdrant andongood cis last resting place by one of the move the school there Gen R street South Frankfortterms apply at this olllce tern In the yurd For longest funeral processions ever T P Allen wrote that paper on Dc lb tl Saturday There seems just now a sort of breathing spell in the progress of The failure of railroad matters the parties whose financial ability was looked to to perfect the plans of the local communities to put in an appearance at the time agreed upon has proven something of a damper This need not however block the active and vigorous efforts of our people to find outlets for our products and inlets for what we If one plan fails to buy abroad render satisfactory results othets Public Speaking F Duvall candidate for the nomination for the Legislature will address the citizens of Franklin county at the following Dr B Â¬ unu Mrs Helen Llndsey Mr John In Louisville on Tuesday morning April 5th 1887 uttiiHOu 111 MlM JAMES A AMiEKsuK uls- Â¬ ter of John 11 Uridy in the SJdyear of Her age on Logan At the residence of her mother street on Thursday April 7th 1887 Miss Ellen Williams after ti lingering Illness with comunip tlon FOR REPRESENTATIVE SOLE AGENTS DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS times and places Saturday OConnells Store April 9th Baileys Mill Saturday April 6th Benson Depot Saturday April 23d Bridgeport Saturday April 30th Peaks Mill 1 Â¬ are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS as n candidate for Representative of Franklin ccunty subject to the action of the Democratic party We I Â¬ FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT us 11 candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party DEALING BAYWOOD It represents something you like nnd appreciate It illustrate onr mothod of do ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you see HONEST VALUES PREACH This is what we PRACTICE LATEST STYLES Put before you FAIREST PRICES GUARANTEE I -- Â¬ OUR STOCK OF- - Boots Sloes Hats Stationery Etc Â¬ MUibiHSLi8hliiRliikL Come we will treat you right P LIGHT R K MgGLURE8 CLAASSEN -CXIICX -I2-A- Remember Square Dealing at M E CLAASSEN Â¬ LIGHT Â¬ Â¬ Plumbers Gas ft Steam Fitters -- Â¬ DEALERS IN- - Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings Closets 1 c Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed Contract Work - - Frankfort Kentucky No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block 12 Mar I CAPITAL 0 0 G F JUUHUAX NEW PLANING MILL m Â¬ 1 LODGE NO Sec MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited Â¬ J R April 17 Williams tf J AS NU J Is M First WAKEFIELD Class Waning 31111 Havingreocntly added to hln IMablicbiarnt Â¬ Blue Grass Poultry Yards Buff Cochins J B Toot and M M Con Â¬ ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyau dottes and W H Johnson Strains 150 per 15 At the Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write for wunts Address J 1 GREEN Fruukfort Ky now prepared to furnish all kind of FOB SAX 1 Â¬ Â¬ ALHO MISS HELEN LINDSEY Eldest daughter of Mr John B and Mrs Helen Lindsey died at ing a board of six directors Mr Ben Morrison who resides By order of the Board WINGATE President family residence on Wapping the ISAAC mur 12 lm W J Lkwis Secretary street at nine oclock Tuesday on Mr J T Statcns farm two morning after a long and painful miles and a half from this city on She had been in delicate the Louisville pike shot at a dog One of the Best Located Resiillness health for several years and had Saturday morning with an old dences in South Frankfort spent the last two winters in Flor- fashioned single barreled pistol M FOR SALE H HALL ida in hopes that the climate would when the barrel of the weapon DRhouse and and lot OFFERScomer of Cross HIS on the and ucres Main streets The Jot contains be beneficial to her but a few burst and tore the end of the in and the house Is In good repair about two apple There are the and plum trees In weeks since she began failing so dex finger of his left hand so badly peach 4wo large pits stockedabundance upon Nell with Marshal place roses and roses rapidly that it was thought best to that amputation at the second heated unil a green house planted with hot water with Hltchlngs Improved upparatus bring her home and she only ar joint was necessary Ihe shot kill TEKM8 EASY Apply to Du W II HALL rived here on Thursday morning ed the dog however Monday that it was a mistake and that the K M I would still THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE 1 stockholders of the Franklin portion the continue to do business at the old Frankfort Georgetown and Paris TurnpikeofCom Bank of Frankfort on pany held ut stand near Farmdale this county Monday Aprilthe Depositfor the purpose of elect 4th 1887 Â¬ N O TI O J Scroll Work Stair Work iottenout May 15 In the best style Turning Klucgrass Farm for Sale COUNTY KY Ui MILES 2G5 1 from Frankfort on Lexington turnpike ucres 1G0 ucres In cultivation 103 acres In blue TN FRANKLIN tf Â¬ grass SHI AItr FARM IMPROVEMENTS DWELLING Brick and stone containing 9 rooms und 4 collars surrounded by large lawn set with forest trees und large shrubliery OUTHOUSES Laborers iiuarterB smokehouse stone dairy stables 1 corn crib 2 large burns carriage house poultry house und yurd stone-lln-e- d I co house Orchard of excellent fruits vegetable garden Ice pond stock lots well watered Fences princi Â¬ pally stone uild plank all laud surrounded by very durable fencing Soil rich and well adapted to cultivation of tobacco corn small gralus und all grasses Because of Its accessibility the supply of FOR ALE FOR JS ALE THE FARM IS LOCATED IN SHELBY COUNTY on Louisville Nashville Railroad nine miles from Frankfort Ky containing abouc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grass and Q never falling springs ot limestone water this farm s admirably lltted and Improved for either stock or dulry farm or both combined A race opportunity Is ottered to any one desiring such 11 furm at it very reasonable price Terms one third cash balance 1 2 H and 4 years notes to bear G per cent until paid Terms may be varied Title perfect Apply on the premises to the undersigned executor FRANK CHINN Â¬ Feb-20-l- y About one half in grass the balance In cultivation with an orchard of 2U trees or choice apples A good HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS good kitchen and flinoke house with a splendid cistern at the door also good well In yard and two barns on the place Also a new depot with store room and wareroom forstorlng freight The above buildings uro complete except painting It is u good location for ii doctor or merchant Any one wishing to purchase said property will cull on the under Â¬ signed who will take pleasure In glvln r any InforÂ¬ mation In regard to tho matter A BKLL Hutton Shelby county Ky Mar 10 liu 1 w 5 imaitimimmtm KUANKFORT liOUNDAROUTi K1UNKF0UT APJtIL l 1887 TIME TABLE f IIAtNH No 18 leaves No 22 loaves No 20 IcnviA No 24 nrriVPi EAST Frnukfort Frnnkforl Frankfort Frnnkforl THAlNH WEBT 1008 tu m fisoa p in St7 p in 800 p in No No No No 23 17 21 15 loaves leaves leaves leaves Frnukfort Frnukfort Frankfort Frnukfort Triins turn nect within the last twenty years has there been less work at this season of the year or duller prospects Lent over today ahead Young men living in the Easter eggs are ripe country who are charmed with Arbor day v as not celc- - city life and contemplate moving to town should make a note of bratcd In this locality this and secure employment beIt was so cold on the first of fore coming to Frankfort April the usual jokes were frozen Whitewash and paint brushes up mixed paints nil at rook bottom Fewer houses are going up in prices from Gray iv Church this city this spring than for many The Frankfort Natural Gas and at Anchorage for Shelbyvillc Â¬ No 23 and No 21 for Cinuinnnti Nos ill and 21 con 545 n m 815 n m 155 pm 450 p in llt make oonnec i fM mIV0 building trade say that CU Anyone acquainted with our city cannot fail to have noticed Within the past few weeks the absence of many who were once familiar on our streets This is especially noticeable among our mechanics and workmen gener Â¬ ally as numbers of them have left to obtain employment in other cities and other States while the favorable reports sent back by those already gone have caused many to prepare to leave in the IUIUILi T1VWIIIUII0 III Mrs Sol Harris aooompanlod Dy woiierman hor woll- known head milliner who has boon in New York Oitv for tha last IJfcAIKil IN AND MArfUFACTUlinil two wooks purchasing the latost OF- novelties in Spring Goods will return to day Her selections of ITALIAN MARBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS Dross Goods and Imported Pat Â¬ tern Hats and iJonnecs and Milli- Â¬ RUSTIC TABLETS HEADSTONES nery Novelties cannot be sur Â¬ passed Dont fail to see her All kinds of stotio work promptly attended to Estimates furnished on npplicn- grand display of those new aroods tlon Correspondence solicited Friday ana Saturday noxt 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY FRANKFORT MARBLE WORKS Boston Shoe Store St Clair street fi IIIL never years 1 There will be a wedding on the 2 st a South Side gentleman and North Side lady A Michigan Early Rose Potatoes X Y Burbanks and Early Ohio only Seeds BIue gras clover tim Â¬ A young farmer near this city 8200 per barrel at A H Waggoners othy oats and hemp seed at Mastin will soon wed one of the South 321 Market street Bros Side young ladies Weare selling Rice at five cents per Dont buy a china toilet set until Iloekans Manilla Coffee you see Buckleys spring goods Will pound The usual Easter services will be twenty cents per pound French be open in a few days conducted at the Catholic and Treasurer ClIAJMAX it CrAYLE Prunes ten cents per pound 29 tf Old Market House Corner Episcopal Churches to morrow Board of Directors Judge R I have just received a sample line A H WAGGONER of the latest style Hats and Bonnets E Gaines W L Tanner U 321 Market street My motto Quick sales small Mr Robert Stephens South for early spring Call and see them Kejnon L H Finnell and Geo profits and square dealing You will find all my goods new Side presented his wife Mrs Mks Sol Hakkis 30 J Heexey A Lewis and of the latest stylos Lina Stephens with a handsome Best New Orleans Molasses 50 cents Tins company will begin work Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Mrs Sol Harris piano on Monday per gallon at Mrs S J Boliannans o in a few days sinking a well on Â¬ A The base ball season was opened the premises of the Capital Ma- - den full variety of Landreths gar The most particular man in town seeds fresh at Chapman in Louisville Monday we chine Works will have no trouble in selecting a When Baby was sick we gavo her Castoria and Gayles old Market House Comer hat at McClures This firm seems When alio wis a Child sho cried for Castoria may soon expect the fever to be 20 tf Gray Churjh have a lot of tin Â¬ to have the happy faculty of pleasing When sho becanio Mist sho clung to Castoria gin to rise in this city ware at cost See the prices For pure drugs at honest prices go all tastes When she had Children sho gave them Castoria to Chapman Gajles old Market Hiram Lodge No 4 Ancient For kext A store room in Belle The second concert given in House Corner 20 tf York Masons will shoitly put the chapel of point Apply to II C Nicol the Baptist Church improvements some handsome Tuesday evening was equally as Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Syrup of Figs For Sale Carriage one or two upon their hall over the County Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ great a success as the first given Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 horse which will seat six persons nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Clerks office i two weeks ago The attendance West Jefferson street Louisville Will sell or trade for a good horse Cal Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ It E J Pakker tive It is the most easily taken Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ was good the music splendid Another party of Frankfort meand the most pleasantly effective ty 30 3m Garden fertilizers at Mnstin Bros remedy known to cleanse the system chanics went West this week If and the receipts exceeded those of 20 when bilious or costive to dispel something is not speedily done to the first performance Fok Sale ok Rent My brick headaches colds and fevers to cure On Wednesday night the Church cottage on the corner of Shelby and enliven the old town there will be Natural gas has been struck at habitual constipation indigestion Possession given Frankfort and so have prices to suit etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 by unanimous vote passed a reso- Campbell streets but few left here tf ihe people on everything nice and bottles by Chapman Gayle lution of thanks to Mrs Sawyier about the first of May 20 3t N F KiciiAiiDSOX cheap in chinawaro at J T Buck Â¬ The Hermitage Distillery of Prof Graham and their talented Bucklens Arnica Salve leys The Best Salve in the world for Messrs w uauies est io was and accomplished corps of assisto Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Diamonds watches clocks jewel Â¬ Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped started up for the season Tuesday ants and also to Mr W H Cul of last week and is now running ter for his great kindness in the For Sale A good second hand ry and silverware the best selection Hands Chilblains Corns and all piano for sale at a bargain Apply at in the city just received at Philip SkinEruptions and positively cures night and day to its full capacity loan of his piano Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ Selberts the jeweler 20 tf this office o anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price J J Comelison who assaulted I have just received the newest box For sale by Joe 2y cents per A pleasure to shave with one of the Mastin Bros sole agents for LeCompte and cheapest line of Corsets Hand Â¬ Judge Richard Rcid with a cow- Â¬ fine razors from Gray Church 01 liver Chilled Plow and repairs kerchiefs Collars and Gulfs in the Rliuematisui and Neural- Â¬ hide was committed to jail at Messrs S D Johnson Co city Mrs Sol Harris gia Cured in 2 Days Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Mt Sterling last Sunday morning had their spring opening of a beauÂ¬ How is it that you can go to Buck The Indiana Chemical Co liavo His term of sentence is for three tiful and well selected stock of Young housekeepers can save mon leys and buy quoenswaro so cheap discovered u compound which acts years millinery on Tuesday morning ey by calling at Buckleys Thats easy he buys from first hands with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia in large quantities We guarantee it to cure any and The President of the Frankfort and their store on St Clair street A pair of handsome diamond ear every case of acute Intlunuhatorv was thronged with ladies the whole rings at a bargain at Philip Sel- Good apple vinegar 20 cents per Flat Creek pike wishes our Rheumatism and Neuralgia in gallon at Mrs S J Boliannans day This enterprising firm have berts the jeweler DAYS and to give immediate re- Â¬ Harp correspendent to know that lief in chronic cases and effect a the lower end of the pike will be secured the services of Miss Boston Shoe Store St Clair street For Rent Store rooms on Bridge speedy cure street opposite LoCompte Car Â¬ On receipt of 30 cents in two cent for rent as a tobacco patch as soon Wright an experienced milliner penters drug store Apply to C W stamps wo will send to any uddros from New York and will keep Galvanic Mattery as the toll due from that locality is the prescription this II Fincel tf compound whichforcan be wonderful constantly on hand the latest styles paid up tilled by eighteen cell Mcintosh Galvan An your home druggist in this line ic Battery as good as new for sale Seed Early Rose Bur We take this moans ut snmll cost Northern of giving our It has been suggested that the bank and Snowtlake potatoes 8200 discovery to the public- instead of put- Â¬ E II Taylor Apply to Immense stock of cutlery razors ting it out as a patent medicine i per barrel at Mrs S J Boliannans 29 lt ooth anniversary of the publica- straps scissors at At Ky Penitentiary the big anvil house being much less exixnwive We will tion of the first paper in Kentucky of Gray it Church Mr W L Collins will farm during gladly refund money if satisfaction not given For Rext A two story frame be celebrated at Lexington on the Mrs Mary Z Morse formerly residence with five rooms and collar the present season at his place 2 The Indiana Chemical Co nth of August The Kentucky miles west of this city the line young Crawfortisville Ind Miss Mary Withers a noted artist on the corner of Logan and Campbell stallion Baywood foaled 18S1 bred Press Association should take o streets Gas in the house and water Saved His Life hold of the matter and make it a of Covington who died at her in the yard Apply to W C Hern and owned by Anthony Dey of Woodford county sired by Harold home in that city on Thursday don iirand success Mr DI ofHorse Cave sire of Maud S 208 Noontide Ky says Wileoxson for many years March 31st was educated in part he was Capt John E Abrams of the at Langollcn near Woodlake this Boston Shoo Store St Clair street 220 1st danrNata by Woodford badly afllicted with Phthisic also Mambrino 2211 sire of Abbottsford Diabetes the pains werenhnostunen Steamer Grace Morris was nomi- county Mrs Maggie J Hallnan has re- Â¬ 2191 2d dam Lucy by Doys Wood Â¬ durublennd would sometimes almost throw him into nated for the Legislature in Henry ceived her spring stock of ladies ford son of Alexanders Norman Electric Bitters convulsions Ho tried and got relief from Hoes rakes lawn mowers at the hats bonnets ribbons feathers sire of Lulu 215 May Queen 220 first bottle and after tukinirsix bottle county over Hon W P Thorne anvil house of Gray Church o which are all of the latest 3d dam by a thorough bred son of wus entirely cured and had trained in on Saturday by a majority of 393 m r fli- and most fashionable styles imp Sovereign ltli dam bred bv the il esueigiueuu pounds says lie pos- represented the county Mr Thornc P Blackburn Mrs Gov L The entire stock has been opened late It A Alexander by old liad It not been for in the last Legislature and sought has been suffering from an attack and the ladies are invited to call Lawrence The price of the season by Electric Bitters the relief ailordeil Sold at fifty cents an endorsement of the mumps the past week will be 2 to insure a mare in foal and examine the same a bottle by Jos LeCompte 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i - Oil Company filed articles of in- Â¬ corporation with the County Clerk Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes Saturday and effected an organizateetii without plates and gold crowns tion by electing the following offion roots a specialty io 72tf West cers Jefferson street Louisville Ky John B Meek President M iim Dr U V Williams Vice Presi We have the largest assortment of dent mixed paints ever brought to Frank Â¬ Wm Cromwell Secretary and fort and guarantee them Â¬ Â¬ Ready mixed paints at LoCompte If you want anything in Dry Call and ee our sample Binder Carpan tor sc South Side drug store Goods and Millinery cill at Mrs Reaper and Mower Sol Harris St tlair street MASTIN BROS Save money by buying groceries iju from J Jleeuey South Side Second grade Now Orleans Mo- The finest xolection of Buslines Surreys Spring Wagons Road Carts hisses 10 cents per gallon at Mrs S Huston Shoo Store St Clair street xt ever brought to Frankfort you J- Boliannans All grades of riuur away below will find at Muslin Bros A fine music box twelve airs mill priced at J Heeneys South My new stock of domestic goods is Zither attachment very cheap at yo Side complete and such low prices that Philip Solberts the jeweler Full supply of artists materials at will induce you to purchase Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes South Side drug store Miw Sol Hakius Lawn Mowers Arc at Mastin Bros Boston Shoe Store St Clair street m China Tea Sets of 50 pieces at always carry the finest line of I Buckleys for 30 All goods bought guaranteed and Kid Gloves in the city and will -- oil delivered by J lieeney We handle T rows Famous Perfec Â¬ them lower than the lowest M tion in the market MRS SOL HARRIS If you want Landreths fresh gar Try itFlour A BestWAGGONER II den needs go to LeCompte x Car Â¬ 024 Market street Buy your harness and gear from penters s a April 2 3m -- - If you want to find the headquar ters for low prices call and see mo Mks Sol Hakims Â¬ Feb 20 tf Mastin Bros House tage for Rent A small Apply to Dennis Murphy cot- Â¬ 1 Â¬ I 1 StfeM w rr- o Flagis one of the - 1 Frlc first A small village of 20 houses enterprising Â¬ towns in the State Postmaster John Hall distributes more copies of the RoUNii AiiouT than all the other papers combined The lending business houses are those of Mall Williams and Vio lett who have an extensive trade with the farmers The counters of Messrs Hall and Williams are daily lined with from early twilight customers until long after dark The hum of machinery at the mills of Esquire D Bailey reminds the tourist of some manufactur ing village up in New England Maj Tracy opens his eclectic business school with about 40 pupils which bids fair to double that number after the weather Â¬ settles The editor of the Western Argus will please to accept thanks for the free distribution of late copies of his brilliant and spicy newspaper Â¬ A car load of spring goods from the East has just arrived for Mr James Williams This is the largest consignment ol stock ever brought to Flag Fork Mr Albert Violett the popular pharmacist has just opened an elegant drug store which promise to be one of the most complete inland stores in the State A grand union Sunday school opened its doors to saint and sin- Â¬ Â¬ ner on last Sunday at three oclock A series of rich vocal and instrumental music will accompany the school throughout the season Prof James Hulett the mer- Â¬ chant prince of Tioga will be solicited to teach the next public His last school was school here not only the best but the only school of a high character ever taught at the Fork Arbor Day was strictly observed here in obedience to inthe esteemed from structions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ridge Sunday school are requested to meet at the school house to morrow at two oclock to organize a Sunday school Though different opinions of the various religious bodies prevail here there is but one opinion in regard to Sunday school solidly favorable A doctor and a lawyer were once candidates for the Legisla ture The lawyers friends said now let us put our man where he will do the most good in the Legislature to make laws But the doctor had friends staunch and numerous who said Not so but we will elect our man and place him where he will do the least harm The people saw the point and elected the doctor who faithfully devoted his time and abilities to the peoples service A rapid decrease in the death rate of the county was noticed ar this time so that by the end of the doctors term the pop ulation had increased so much as to entitle the county to two mem Â¬ bers The people then elected both doctor and lawyer forming a combination nothing mortal could resist physic and law The paragraph in the Western Argus last week about monkeys being learned to farm at Benson was doubted by some of our people but upon investigation they The monkeys are found it true cheaper than men as they work for nothing and furnish their own clothes they chop haul and Being provided with four plow hands they do a lot of work especially on the hill sides where they lay on their sides and use two hoes in the corn They have been seen by the candidates as to As how they intended to vote they cannot talk they have printed cards with yes no monkey c and answer questions as follows Are you going to vote No Yes Are you a Democrat No Are you a Republican Monkey What are you then Are you for Scott No Are No you for Duvall Who are you for then Monkey Pea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Happy Valley Miss Emma Stone is Mrs South ofSwitzcr the widow It is said that they think he will succeed visiting Blood and Money Thti Mood of man has much to tlo hi Hhaplnjr liiH notion during hm pilgriinngu through thifl troublesome world regard less of ho amount of present or expect Â¬ ant money in pocket or Htorcd tiwuy in hank It is a conceded fact that wo ap Â¬ pear an our hlood makes us and the purer lie hlood the happier healthier prettier and wiser we nrolienco tho oft re peated interrogatory how ia your hlood With pure streams of life giving fluid We attended the happy wedding of Miss Lizzie Stigers to Mr Mr Sam Johnson is making Kagcr Goins on the 24th of last daily rips to Rose Hill month at the brides home near Miss Ida Steele contemplates Hatton visiting Henderson soon Brother Ncal will preach at Mt Miss Fannie Noel is making a Zion the third Sunday in April short visit to Miss Ida Steele and we hope all well be piesent Mr and Mrs Lew Onati are We want to organize our Sunday We intend to visiting relatives near Peaks Mill school that day have a nice Sunday school this Dick Stone has bought a buggy year if we possibly can as very and the girls think it so conven- Â¬ little interest was manifested the ient I hope all will be past six years Come one come all E C O desires to take a trip present to Knights Bridge if it wasnt for and let us have a Smday school somebody else Capt W C Hawkins is en Educational deavoring to get a patent on the Miss Mollie Arnold is teaching self binding reaper whose wheels will neither require cogs nor at Switzer horses We learn that the teachers arc George Onan has just returned out hunting the best schools for from Cincinnati where he shipped the next school year We would his hogs He sold at 54 cents remind trustees that they have no He would like to take the step his power to make a contract until younger brother has recently after the 30th of next June and if taken made before that time is void J Â¬ Â¬ Allie Jones has a good school at Fox Gap school house This is her 13th year in that neighAll who want carriages repaired borhood Would that every discall at B C Marshon trict in the county when they get Miss Bettie McWilliams re- Â¬ a good teacher would keep them turned home from Shelby county It is this constant changing that injures the schools last Saturday Puriugtosi Mrs Â¬ Â¬ coursing through our veins hounding through our hearts and ploughing through our physical frames our morals become hotter our constitution stronger our in tellectual faculties more acute and grand or and men women and children happier healthier and more lovely Tho unprecedented demand tho un paralleled curat ivo powers and tho un mistakable proof from those of unim peachable chnractor and integrity point with nn unerring finger to B B B Bo tanic Blood Balm as far the best tho cheapest tho quickest and the grandest and tho most powerful blood remedy owsr boforo known to mortal man in tho re lief and postivo cure of Scrofula Rheuma tism Skin diseases all tnints of blood poison Kidney complaints old ulcers and sores cancers catarrh etc B B B is only about three yenrs old a baby in age a giant in power but no remedy in America can make or ever has made such a wonderful showing in its magical powers in curing and entirely eradicating tho above complaints and gigantic sales in tho face of frenzied op position and would bo moneyed monopo lists Letters from all points where introduced are pouring in upon us speaking in its loudest praise Some say thoy receive more benefit from one bottle of B B B than they have from twenty and fifty and even ono handred bottles of a bonsted de coction of inert and non medicinal roots and branches of common forest trees We hold tho proof in black and white and wo also hold tho fort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Walby and daughters of Our remarks on the burdens of Lexington are the guests of Burn the Little Ones in this city Mrs seems to have caused a good deal of comment on the subject nearly all of which was favorable Even some of the children have thanked We hope some- Â¬ us for that item thing will be done yet Superintendent Thomas Hunter but the snow lay so deep and the ground was so firmly frozen that it was not a genial day for plant- Â¬ ing shade trees in the school yard so the planting was a complete failure Â¬ Fea Riclgc Pea Ridge Choral Club met at Mr Louis Choales last Sunday evening Mr Bud Crutchcr who has been very sick for the last few weeks is rapidly improving The tract of land belonging to the Crockett heirs was sold last Colie Mr Monday for S400 Crockett was the purchaser There being no meeting here last Sunday a number of our people attended divine service at the various churches in Frankfort A three cornered contest for the Legislature It is to be hoped anouier cuuuiuiiic win mjuii an nounce himself in order to make things square Mr James Tracy is working on his pike contract and Mr Willie Tom Pierce assisted by Mr Tracy are working for Mr John Dennis on his end of the pike Strange any one could doubt Zeke Yocums politics after readThey show him ing his letters Thats be solidlv Democratic to the Holy With Zeke right Bible and the Democratic plat form lor guides you can t go wrong Our village is billed with Dr B F Duvalls speaking appointÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hawkins and wife Misses Emma and Theresa Hal enhuber spent last week in Frank fort with relatives Willie Kecton and Charlie Glore of Frankfort visited this vicinity last Sunday There will be services held at Evergreen church on the third Sunday in April at 11 a m by Rev Mr Cook Mr Thos Farmer and wife left here Tuesday morning for LouisMiss Minnie Farmer acville companying them as far as Frank fort and there took the train for Tattleridge Midway Farmers are plowing for corn A Sunday school was organized The people on the Ridge arc at Evergreen last Sunday with a We also had a large attendance gathering up eggs for Easter fine sermon immediately after Born March 30th to Mr J C Sunday school by our regular B Lea and wife a son Nat pastor RevB F Hungcrford Robinson Mrs F W and L E Lea Gabbletown made a flying visit to Woodlake this week Mr Henry Stigers will soon reRev J A Peters will preach at move to Bagdad Bcechridge Church May 1st at Mr Henry Yount is very ill 1 1 oclock a m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why are the children not al- Â¬ lowed to enter the school building or grounds until twenty minutes of nine and yet if they arc not there at nine they are marked for Who made this rule and it Must the chil what is it object dren stand out in the rain and cold Frank until invited to enter forts Free Gift to All Her Chil dren All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores ltheumntism Kidney Complaints Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a copy of our 12 page Illustrated Book of Wonders tilled with tho moat wonderful and startling proof over beforo known Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga W H AVEIULL For sale by March lJ lm iwnmaKHEsrasz Â¬ Children FOR Persons intending to teach in the public schools must have a certificate for every day they teach or lose the time Dont begin and teach a few days or weeks and then come and be ex You might fail and even amined if you pass the time taught can Besides trustees not be counted perjure themselves and are liable to a fine for employing a person without a legal certificate A word to the wise is sufficient PITCHERS Casta Centaur Liniment is tho most think there will be three wed Miss Edmonia Stigers is very May dings on the Ridge shortly ill with the measles joy be with them Mrs Lucy Lillis visited Mrs I asked a man the other day Yount on Friday last why he was a Democrat He said because Pap is one Mr Ed Stigers is very ill with the measles and sore throat Mr M D Showalter has gone to the mountains to guard the We are glad to say that Mrs prisoners in the coal mines Kittie Stump is some better Misses Ella Clark and Mollie H Mrs K Strange visited Whitmon spent the day with Mrs Mis Bob Young on Friday last jamcs Straton last Sunday Bob Stigers visited his sister Mr E D Lea in crossing his Mrs Minnie Strange on Sunday farm last week captured five foxes last It was not a good day for foxes Mr Joseph Sheets fine gray either mare got badly crippled in a wire Mr A J Showalter a noted fence auctioneer of Shelby county was Mrs George Mitchell visited in Frankfort on last Monday He her sister Mrs Bob Young on reports large sales of stock Friday last Mr Thomas Frazier of WoodMr Lad Honnaker made a fly lake and Miss Ophelia Laughlin ing trip to Hatton on Wednesday of Mt Sterling will be united in wedlock at St Pius Church of last week White Sulphur on the 20th inst Misses Sis Lea and Mollie Mukvay Clippct Wright visited Mrs Henry Yount on Friday last Pretty Higli Up I Â¬ with pneumonia There is another matter in con- Â¬ nection with our City School that wonderful Pain Curer the should be agitated viz There world lias ever known should be at least two male teach- Â¬ We have the finest ers in it public school building in the State and it should be our aim to make the school the best in the HAVE YEAH AN UNSURPASSED State or at least make it good WE 8UK of TIHS unit Fruit for the best so that our enough OKXrMIKXTAL TREES citizens will not have to send their sons and daughters off to other irape Vines Asparagus and schools This can be done with- Â¬ out its costing the city a dollar Send Strawberry Cata more than it does now Think logues tor general Nursery amibut sell at honest We have no ajwnts over it talk about it and let the prices next session open with at least Direct to two well qualified male teachers TREESTREES Â¬ the Planter Lkxinotov Kv Co Suit Hr HILLEN MEYER Feb 10 ain Â¬ Rev Dr J M Lewis has been unanimously called to the care ol the Cane Run Baptist Church in Fayette county and will probably accept In the event he does he will resign his charge at Midivay Clipper East Hickman Â¬ OE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 GENERAL Its Delicacy of Flavor And the cflieaey of its action have rendered the famous liquid fruit rem Â¬ edy Syrup of FiH immensely popu Â¬ lar It cleanses and tones up the feverish system dispels headaches colds and levers cures Habitual Con Â¬ stipation Dyspepsia and the many ills dcnendinif on a weak or inactive condition of the Kidnoys Liver and Bowels For sale in 00 cent and SI CpapmanA Gaylk bottles by Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal HARDWARE and Building Material Blacksmiths and Paints Oil Glass Makers Material i ments As there is nothing in the bills to show whether he is subject to the action of the Republican or Democratic parties the opinion prevails that he is a Prohibitionist The members and friends of Mr John T Buckley the enterprising and leading hardware and roof man of Frankfort came Â¬ up and repaired the damage done by the recent wind storm to the spire on the Presbyterian Church It requires work at the very top which is not far from 100 feet heavenward Anderson Navs Mr Oliver Travis and his wife were visiting Mr James Hulett and family on Sunday last A dance was given at the residence of Jim Riddle on Tuesday last and a large crowd was in at- Â¬ tendance Jerry Robinson the charming old batchelor has got his eye on Lime Cement ton Â¬ Iron Field Seeds Harness iiiid a fine new line of Wall Paper nnd Decorations and at very lowest prices Cor Broadway nud Lewis Streets FRANKFORT Feb 24 KENTUCKY tf 1 MMOE9ft5WXftffl 1miLUBiuAj111m11 j lujuttmain Mcetiaisr of County H5em cratic Committee meeting of the Demo cratic Executive Committee for Franklin county held April 4 Ll I At i 1887 the following resolutions were adopted That the Democrats of Franklin county arc requested Resolved Saturday 1887 at 2 23 p m at the court oclock house for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Stale Conven tion to be held at Louisville Ky on Wednesday May 4 1887 Resolved That it is urged upon the convention that in the selection of delegates that each precinct be represented in the list of delegates so appointed Resolved That disclaiming any attempt to forestall or dictate the action of the County Convention we deem it not inconsistent with our duties to suggest that a county by precedent universal allegiance and duty custom Â¬ to meet in mass convention on April Â¬ This new erations in a few days It company needs no protection nor has no exclusive privilege does it desire such privilege to be execised as a monopoly It is true that the Argus saws that blocks of stock in the Frankfort Heating Company can be now had for reasonable figures by any one but this is the first time that any one not on the ground floor has heard of such I trust the stock will liberality find a ready sale and the company be enabled to find natural gas in abundance but at the same time the purchnsers of this stock must bear in mind that other companies can exercise the same privileges as the Frankfort Heating Compa- Â¬ Â¬ should indorse and stand by a native born citizen of the county who is a candidate for State office in preference to another and that there should be no other instructions made for the other County pride wc State officers suggest should dictate this action besides all other counties having candidates will certainly follow this course Resolved That so much of the call made by the convention on March 7 1887 as pertains to the annointment of delegates on April 23 1887 is hereby declured null and void - Jno L Tohin M B Lucas Lakrv Hannek Cyrus Calvert J B Hamilton Peter Jett B C Harrod R Peyton Thos J Harris Exclusive Privileges Â¬ XI I fr Editor Roundabout Through the columns of your last issue I took occasicn to comment on the Frankfort Heating exclusive Companys claim to little dreaming that I privilege had committed any offense for which I should beg the pardon of any one but it seems that the editor of the Western Argus either ignorantly or purposely misconstruing my meaning has consti tuted himself a censor of the press and undertaken to read me a homily upom my conduct as a citizen For this purpose he has de of a column in voted a leader This length to personal abuse serves to fill up his bantling paper not yet out of its swaddling clothes but his witicisms fail to excite either mirth or merit a sensible thought 1 rather pity than blame him when I remember that this is his first newspaper venture and cherish the hope that he will im Â¬ prove as he gains experience The editor of the Argus insists that I was attempting to write down the enterprise of the citi zens who are undertaking to put the Frankfort Heating Company None but the eyes in operation the Argus could discover such of deformity in my words while every one else at a glance wduld see that I only endeavored to arouse an interest among the lovers of our Frankfort prosperity that would induce them to come forward and share the rich harvest in store for all who would venture a few dollars in natural gas enter prises which can thrive without the protection of exclusive privi- Â¬ leges According to the Argus a natural gas well can be sunk the required depth 1500 feet at a cost of about 3000 Certainly more than one company of our citizens can be formed to engage Fair Play in enterprises requiring no greater outlay This was my opinion and it has been verified for since For Rent Three unfurnished your last issue the Frankfort Nat Â¬ rooms corner of St Clair and Clinton O Don ural Gas and Oil Company has streets Apply to Weltzel will begin op noil been organized and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has tickled itself into a spasm with an ugly slur on the kind of a lawyer that undertook to donate opinions on law Whether constitutional mechanic or I am a lawyer to the matters not loafer who are interested in people the discovery of natural gas and I shall feel amply rewarded if my comments and questions have in ducc any earnest inquirers into the powers of the Frankfort Heating to satisfy themselves Company by consulting others more competent to advise than I I have asked a civil question and the Argus gave no answer but tirade It played the part and bluster cuttle fish by blackening of the the waters with the pollutions em inating from itself in the faces of those who eagerly pursue in Whenever search of knowledge the people of Frankfort can gulp down all the ranc of the Argus with a relish in preference to reason that any one can see I shall expect the Frankfort Heating Company to rivet its chains upon all and not before Again the eyes of the Argus have discovered that I never ex Â¬ pended a dollar for a Dublic enter The stock of prise in my life mud is inexhaustible I Ins charge is false It would be indelicate for me to speak in praise of my self and will only mention one investment of 150 subscription to the Argus which has afforded very Will add that the edlittle profit itor of the Argus was never known to invest a dollar unless at least two others were jingling in sight The Argus refuses to say that the Frankfort Heating Company will render any public service in consideration of its exclusive privilege but promises that in the it will give sweet cheaper fuel Cheaper fuel may be had by the completion of the Kentucky river improvement or bv building a railropd from Frank fort into the coal regions but no body wants an exclusive privilege to sell coal in Frankfort on account of either of these improvements Constitutional opinions seem to be very unpalatable to the Argus It wants the citizens at present of Frankfort to lay low and wait for the Frankfort Heating Compa wooden horse iiy to bring its safe into the walls of the city without a murmur Will all fall down and worship this God If so we will find too late that the days of our mourning are at hand The editor of the Argus seems to entertain very variable notions on the subject of monopolies for less than a month ago a leader appeared devoted entirely to the iniquities and oppressions resulting from the present system of Public Printing and Binding done by an elected officer and praising the system of letting to the lowest and best bidder where competition Now he should be free to all cries loudly for protection to his Why this natural gas monopoly sudden change in his views Per Â¬ haps the difference depends upon whose ox is gored Â¬ Â¬ ny The Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ byc-and-by- e PL HUNT been quite sick recently is very Speaker Jtfewilt Ireneiitcri much improved Mr Jas W Harrod wife and vmli a MitEMlsouae Water Service Uy IWemberH son have been in Louisville seve of line EIoumc ral days this week The infant of Mr nnrl Mr The following account of the u u Ti iviuu nas aoout recovered presentation of an elegant silver juiiii from a recent illness service to Hon John M Hewitt Prof J B Lea relapsed last Speaker of the House of Repre Saturday but is sentatives of the Arkansas Legisla- Hopes to be out again improving soon ture and a former Frankfort boy Mr Robert Wilmot and wife is taken from the Little Rock Daily of Gracfensburg paid a visit to Gazette this town last Tuesday On the last day of the session Several just before the House took its re this town ladies and gentlemen of attended divine services cess until two minutes before 12 at Gracfensburg last Sunday Gen Thomason arose and address Sewing clover seed has been ing Speaker Hewitt said Mr Speaker The hour being near at occupying the attention of the hand when the labors of this farmers during the past week or House of Representatives must two close and its members separate Regular services at Bridgeport and return to their respective homes Christian Church to morrow at and constituencies it has seemed oclock a m Rev T N fit and proper to many of your Arnold officiating friends ihat they should present The railroad and pike men of you with some testimonial of their this vicinity are busily engaged high appreciation not only of your many social and moral vir- in preparations for the campaign Success to you tues as a citizen but also of your before them boys eminent ability and impartiality as a presiding officer We ask thereBridgeport can now boast of a fore that you accept this silver wood workman Farmers as well water service though of inconsid- as others desiring wagons and erable value as such testimonial plows repaired can be accomo and also assurances of our best dated by a visit to this town wishes for your future usefulness Mr B F Morrison while athappiness and prosperity tempting to shoot a dog recently Mr Remmcl presented the ser- had the misfortune to have the vice a very elegant one consist- pistol burst so fracturing one of ing of waiter pitcher goblet and his fingers as to cause amputabowl tion Mr Hewitt thanked the gentle men for their appreciation and County court day last Mondav said that when he assumed the caught the usual number of duties of Speaker he did so fully country cousins and as usual realizing the task before him and several of the fellows were with many misgivings as to his considerably corned Mem ability to perform them Mr George B Strepey wishes bers would sometimes feel that they it distinctly understood that he had not been properly recognized but he had tried to do justice to has come to stay and any one dedone will all and he hoped that alter sober siring blacksmithing find him at his post in this town reflection they too would do jus He His work is giving general satislice to their presiding officer could not recall a single instance faction where he had wronged any memCancerous uoiles ber but if he had done so he sincerely begged the pardon of any XeauOglbtiioium- Oa Dee 2 such Gkxtlkmkn This is to certify that He had been forced sometimes for years I had mi tiered with cancer Â¬ to be rigid in his rulings though ous k nodes 011 my face and I feared they would turn into malignant can this House had not been a bois- cers About a year ago 1 uegiu to terous one but had been known as use Swifts Specific At that tinio I was in general bad health After a hard working body This using about one-- dozen bottles of S S In conclusion he said cancerous knodes pusscri testimonial strikes me deeply as SM the away were dissolved and my gener Â¬ being an offering in appreciation al health rapidly improved lam ol my services as a presiding offi- seventy years of ae Your medi cer and as such I have only cine has a splendid reputation among I my neighbors and there are plenty striven to redeem my promises cures hereabouts to vouch for the ef appreciate the testimonial most ficacy of S S S in all aliments aris highly and return most sincere ing from blood disorders of whatew r kind Tkistiax Waters thanks to the donors V DKSMVKO II LWJLJIIJ COM Police ateaais 1 Â¬ Â¬ Pres Johnson and Phil Price colored were fined Sio each for gaming before Esq Bohannan on Tuesday last each pleading guilty to the charge Lon Scrubbs and Bowman Dot son colored were tried for gam Â¬ in before Ivn m linniiriM Tuesday last and were each fined 10 and costs and are now in jail Kd Johnson colored was ar Â¬ rested under a bench warrant by Officer Henry Brown and committed to jail charged with pcttit Â¬ Â¬ larceny committed in Scott county Pres Johnson Â¬ 1 1 liams and Will Thompson were tried before Esq Bohannan on Tuesday morning for assaulting Phil Price several days ayo and Pres Johnson was fined S50 and Will Thomp- Â¬ John Williams SC5 son was discharged ard John Wil- Â¬ Natural Gas The city is full of it Why go to the expense of boring thousands of feet into old mother earth when there is so much of it floating about on the surface The only trouble we apprehend is in getting pipes of sufficient strength to confine it There is enough gas wasted on the corner of Main and St Clair streets daily if properly confined to blow the citv to smithereens not to speak of the other notable gas wells in Z X the city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ From Pole to Pole Ayehs SAH3APumLA has demonstrated its power oteuru for all diseases of the blood 1 18S3 Co Twenty years ngo I was a harpooner In thu North 1ucillc when livu others of tho crew nail nivvelf were laid up with scurvy Our bodies were bloated gums swollen and bleed hit teeth looc purple blotches all over us nnd our breath teemed rotten Take it by and largo we wero pretty badly off All our lime juice was accidentally destroyed but the captain had n couple dozen bottles of AYEiia Sarsavaiulla and cavo us that Wo recov ered on it quicker than 1 liavu ever t eenmen brouuhtnbo ut by tiny otliurtrcutmcnt fur Scurvy and Ivo seen n Rood deal of it Seeing no men tion in your Almanac of your Sarsaparilla beinu pood for scurvy I thought you ought to know of till ami so send you the facts Ralph Y Winoate Respectfully youts Tho Harpooners Story yew C Dr J Aver Bedford June Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ I have Co Gentlemen D11 J C AYEn much pleasure to testify to the great value of been stationed Wo have your Sarsaparilla here for over two venrs during which time we had to live in tents Helm under canvas for such n tlino brought 011 Uiat is called In tills 1 had those cores for countrv veldt sores fometlme I was advised to tako yourSarfa parila two bottles of which made my sore disappear rapidlv anil I am now quite well T K DonEN Yours tnify Trooper Cape Mounted Mjlemtn JfitvcnHtiaiitolundKSlrlcajrarchTlS83 The Trooper5 Experience Â¬ Â¬ Aers Dr J C Sarsaparilla Disease Scrofula Mercury and Contagious from tho oystcm rnErARED bt U tho only thoroughly effective blood purifieror the only medicine that eradicates the poisons Ayer Co Lowell Mass Trlco SI S3 Sold by nil Druggists Six bottles for Bridgeport Sunshine Spring reappearing The sick are all better Snow departed in a hurry The chicken business not very good Drouth prophets are now in Come and See Gentlemen Having used your remedy S S ri for rheumatism and having been relieved I feel it but a duty to the ulllicted to make this unsolicited statement and rec Â¬ ommend all who are suffering with rheumatism to try S S S And it any in the city want to know more about Swifts Specific as a rheumatic cure let them call on me at my house 510 1st Avenue New York Dec eases 111 Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Central Railroad BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Juickcsnunte Irom CISXJLliAL NORTH EAST KKlSTUCKY IIB SOUTHWEST TO ALL tXMNTS BEST FAST LINE HETWEEN order The feather men are booming things Mr F M Scofield is in Louisville this week Mr Wm Scofield has been very sick this week Mr Albert Bryan was in the village last Wednesday and fencing Whitewashing in progress in this town repairing Mr Jas Wade made a busi ness trip to Louisville last Wednes day The foot pad business has opened under very favorable auspices March 31st 18S7 to Born Mr Robert Stort and wife a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 17 1SSG Andrew Tieknev Co LEXINGTON Â¬ AND CINCINNATI SS6 Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV at Sohtli found No 6 isun No The Swift Sieoiejc Atlanta Ga ailed free Drawer E Daily 4 Ex No 1 Sius Louisville Tobacco Market rUltNIHUKIJ 1liIKTOllH HY Uve Covington ri- ObOVKlt IIOUHK OUKHKTT LOUISVILLE TOUV0CO IUOWAIIE- - liru Lexington TirU Richmond Stanford Richmond Cyiithiuni Kaluioutit 8 30 a in 8 25 p in 10 oj a 111 9 35 p 111 11 04 a in 10 34 p m 11 40 u 111 10 50 p 111 30 u in 11 30 p 111 u Â¬ Lvu 11 Arr Winchester Lancaster so a in 10 55 p in 12 35 p in 11 25 p m 0 oc 2 00 3 20 s Tho stiles on our market for tho week just closed amounted to 1810 hluln with receipts for the same period of litj5 hliils Sales on our market since January 1st amount to l778 hluU Sinco our Inst re port wo have had another week of litfht receipts and sales and as a rule the nud ity of the tobacco that has been sold has been extremely poor The market has been steady and llrm for all grades of Barley tobacco oxcopt trashy lugs they are perhaps a bid or two easier No ma terial change in tho price of old Burloys Tho following quotations represent tho market for new Burloy daughter 00 to 300 Dark Trash mumps have taken a new Colory Trash not oolory tfOO to 400 The ttOO to Common Lugs 400 lease on this neighborhood within Colory Lugs 00 160 to Common Leaf not oolory 400 to firiO the past week 100 to 000 Good Lenf Mrs Mary Jenkins who has Fine Loaf 1000 to 1500 Â¬ iwpm 5 07 p m p 111 rn 3 3a p 11 m 4 5 1 p m o is p ru 5 10 p m u 03 p m 200 j jj 15 J p 111 Ive Arr llerea Livingston p in p in p ni Â¬ North Ujutid No 3 No 11 No Ic Livingston Â¬ Lancaster Arr Richmond Lvc Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Lve Lexington Falmouth Arr Richmond Lvc Stanford llerci 8 00 a to 2j a 11 45 a 11 111 111 in 20 a 111 8 11 a in 11 00 a m 1 30 p 111 2 45 p m 1 20 p 111 2 45 p 3 jo p 3 59 p 4 47 P 0 05 a in 7 8 00 a i a 111 111 j Cynthiana liW l Arr Covington in in 8 25 a in in 8 59 a m ui la o i m 6 00 p ni 1 1 35 a m 3 4 P m 4 7 P m 5 18 p m 45 P m 6 45 p m r P V ijLJ3ft tii W av gfcM L V frJ t ft fJ r- Iiili iifcfcJfcaMijpi V Me1- - jJJ MguMfiiiiMtfMriMiMiMAteMiiittHMiaiMiiiiteH H H White of preaching for Rev R H C Mitchell this week Bagdad Rev J Fisher who has been rilEPUULIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT 1 huo bought from Mrs Addle Garrelt admin istratrix Farmers arc quite busy this helping or carrying on the meeting Interest Inor E Whltesldes deceased his entire On account of an increase in the our business we have removed our store from Ann St to for Rev E Evans lcrt Thursday week for his home at Bowling Green Main Sired Nel Door to the Engine House Mr Louis Crim has recovered Ky 61 and a Furniture and Undertaking He received sickness and is number of presents for his labors after several weeks Where we propose to keep as complete a stock in our tine ns any house in Kentucky now visiting friends in Lexing- Â¬ The First Baptist We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz Church has ton received about 115 new members And have sold one half Interest In my business to OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS and the Miss Mattic Magruder has re during their meeting 112 turned home after spending seve- Methodists have received S ral days with friends in Carroll members during their meeting AVERY JlEIKli BKIKLEY STEEL PLOWS And hereafter the stjlo of the ilrm will be county AfincrppstloniothoTrnvWIiajr Iubllc BINDERS REAPERS MOWERS Tourists einlgiunUnml nmniKTS llml Hint Mr Quin Vardiman departed STATEN DEHONEY nostetters Stomnch llttterj la n JiictUclnil We liavc also added to our stock He was a citithis life April 2d safeguard ngnliict unhcilthful iuilitenrcs zen of Consolation and a promiupon wliichtlieycnn Implicitly rely since it And the business will be continued at the old stand BUGGIES SVRREYSROAL CARTS of Whltesldes A Stiiteu No 218 St Clair street nent member of Indian Fork prevents tlio oloc a of luilc ollli1ntmnphrrc ltlilol May S t f OS T STATEN dirt bud unaccustomed or Unu BHUABtSvjLLtBrTf SADDLES AND HARNESS His presence will be water or ollinr conditions uiitUiorulilp to Church wife Iicnlth On loujr unugea orjouimus inlntl greatly missed lie leaves a FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY - r oliilly tudjMndJaciiitto tlio cttiitir It Isiand four children to mourn his n clM in nprcvcutloolllio febrile complaints C Call and sec us bow btonificli liver KRANKKORT ROUNDABOUT Evans Rev is Chicago NOTICE BUSINESS Look Out We Are Coming -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W DEHONEY MCORMir Â¬ Â¬ 1 loss I went to Heach Ridge Church on the 4th Sunday in March and Me says he saw Zekc Yocum was so distui bed by some peach orchard shoats that he could not I think hear the preaching He did not Zekc was mistaken stay still services were over I think he ought to think of the preacher the next time and wait till services arc over before he He is setting a bad goes home example for the shoats for where the old shoats go the young ones are lik Iv to follow tcmperntuzouasojnmninxnr regions niul it is m cseellent protection nsalnsftholnfliicnro of cvtromo cold BiuUlcn changes of temperature exposure to damp or extreme fatigue It not only prevents inter Â¬ mittent and eminent fever and other dis Â¬ eases of ft maliirlil type hut eradicates them n furt which has been notorious for j eirs uat In North and South America Mexico tlio West Indies Australia uud other couutrics 1 niul iliordcrd ollho els vililcli nrc npt to ntluck tlio traveling In fucIi nntlua of and Â¬ F HtTCBES General Insurance Agent Office on Main St MASTIN BROS Qpposlte Formers Bank REPRESENTING iS Leading American and Foreign Compante WITH OVKH Tm -- T 33ucfele3r WITH THE- - Dont Experiment Anions the Colored Citi Â¬ zens 11Y a ir n aged thirteen Alice Brown years died April 1st Miss Lucy Metcalfe residing in South Frankfort is very sick Infant daughter of Mr Died and Mrs James Clay on March 3 st aged two years Exchange will The Ladies meet at Mrs Hurks to night Come and help the ladies Mrs Nancy Washington grandmother of Rev G H Burks is very sick at her daughters Mrs Ellen Johnsons Mr James Johnson Married the barber and Mrs Mary Davis of Covington Ky on April 1st by Rev G H Burks We hear of some grumbling on account of Elder Evans letter in G H last weeks Roundabout B wishes to say to the readers of the RouxiMiioUT not the readers either but to those who charged him with writing that letter that no one after reading said letter would do- such a thing or make such a charge but a uon compos We arc sure of mentis person one thing that they are non est in ventus unless it be in some bar- Â¬ room What G H B wants to say he can say without signing Elder Evans or any one elses name to it Take care be ye sure your sins will find you out 1 Â¬ at Jo You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs are Consumption in danger always seems at lirst only a cold Do not permit any dealer to impose upon yon with some cheap imitation of Dr Kings Xew Discovery for Con Â¬ ALL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery FuM sumption Coughs and Colds but be Weight family use Prices Bottom sure you get the genuine Because lie can make more profit he may tell Telephone connection No 80 you he litis something just us ood or just the same Dont he deceived but insist upon getting Dr Kings New Discovery which is guaranteed FRANKFORT Y- to give relief in all Throat Lung and Dec8 f Chest affections Trial bottles free I KIM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP-1 erty at lowest rates Agent Anchor Line ol Steamship Prepaid Ticket sold from tiny point In Jreat llrlttaln or Ireland Apri7 ly 10000000000 ASSETS STILL AHEAD Choic Coal Cheap Largest Stocl Ever brought to this city in Qn Dla5swarelamp AND HI Hi 44 i 3 i GEO B MACKLI1T Fancy Goods Of nil descriptions The Large Bottles LeComptes J Drug Store G LARGEST STOCK OF BUILDING LOT FOR SALE LOT feet is oilered for sale terms apply at this olllce Mw tj si STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ Notice of Incorporation Â¬ A GOOD BUILDING at 60 BY 335 OR 341 u bargain teb2G tf For Brass Goods Goal Hods - Â¬ Repent We are glad to say that the people or those who we have seen join the church have accepted Christ according to the Bible or the way that Christ and his apostles taught and not by what they dream or what Aunt Julia or Uncle Billy said but what Christ said And we hope and trust to the Lord that they will make better members of the churches than a great many others we know who cant or will not talk to you without putting their hands over their mouth or else turn their heads away from you just because their breath dont smell like white rose cologne Everything seems quiet in our diocese The revival is still going on at the Methodist and Baptist and many are still Churches confessing a hope in Christ R G Montague the Evangelist of the Kentucky Annual Confer- Â¬ ence of the A M E Church is helping RevG H Burks Rev Montague is one of the sweet singers of Israel Rev Dorch of Ohio is helping Rev Cincinnati Â¬ and alter the same at pleasure and to establish by laws and make rules and regulations lor the management o the nllalrs of said company not inconsistent with the Constitution or laws of this Stitte or of the United States The general nature of the business of said cor- Â¬ poration bhall be to develop produce utilize cou ey niul bell or In any otherwise dispose of pe- Â¬ troleum natural gas and bait water oranyof them wlitch niciy be upon or come from any of the finds which Mild company may own lease or control or upon which for any of such purposes it may hae or ucipJlre the right and to these ends the compa ny empowered to drill bore or In unywlbe sink and maintain wells for the purpose of producing petroleum natural gas and salt water or either and construct lay maintain and operate derricks buildings machinery tanks pipes receivers gas Â¬ manuMctorles and any ometers warehouses other Improvements or appliances in or by means of which such petroleum gas uud salt water or cither may be produced distributed Mild or util- Â¬ ized and lor this purpose muy construct lay and operate conduit pipes ot utiy kind uud any other means to or from anyof said lands or other places and may acquire by lease or otherwise lands situ- Â¬ ated In iuij portion of Franklin county suitable Slid corporation tor such uses and purposes shall luue tlio right to convey natural gas from without Into the city of Frankfort or within said city and there distribute or bell the same or both subject to any reasonable regulations lor the con Â¬ venience and hafety ot tlio Inhabitants of bald city as bald city may in tlio exercise of Its govern mental powers deem nioper to Impose Said cor- Â¬ poration before opening the ground in any btreet alley park or other public place In Frankfort for lajlng removing or i epalrlng any of Its pipes or uecessiir appliances shall obtain the consent of the council or said city therefor piovlded all nat- Â¬ ural gas shall be convened distributed sold and used within the city m Frankfoit for luel and heating purposes only but may be used outside the limits of said city for any purposes The uilulrs of said corporation shall be con Â¬ ducted by it board of directors of not less than four nor mure than nine members as muy be pre scribed by the by laws who shall be elected by the stockholders for a term of one jearand until their Said directors shall elect huccessorn are elected President and trom their number u Secretary and Treasuier the same ulso peiron may be both fcecreuiry and Treasuier ami may or may not be a member of the board of directors The regular election for directors and other olllcers of said corporation shall be held on the In January llrt Monday of directors oi each succeeding year ut their llrbt meeting The board shall elect all olllcers to serve until the regular The llrbt meeting of said board shall election be held on the written call of not less than one half of the directors 1 lvo days previous notice of all meetings of stockholders shall bo given by publication In u newspaper published In the city of Fruuktorl and each share of stock Khali en- Â¬ title the holder thereof to one vote to be cast in person or by written proxy The cnpitul btock of said company bhall be ten thousand dollars di vided Intoulmres ot ten dollars each which shall be deemed personal property uud subscribed for uud paid In ut the times uud upon the terms and trausferrable In the manner to be prescribed In the by laws of said company The stockholders may by a two thirds vote ut a meeting culled for tiiat purpose Increase said stock to not exceeding llttv thousand dollars The Indebtedness of said company bhall ut no time exceed two thirds of Its capital btock Private property of tlio Incor- of said company shall tiorators and stockholders from Its corporate debts uud liabilities Given under our nunus wiszu uuy or April jbwy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It known that on the 2d day of April 1887 per- Â¬ sonally appeared berore the Clerkof the Franklin County Court tiie following named persons John H Meek U K Gaines U V Williams Win Cromwell George A Lents W L Tanner L II Flnueltand U Xeenon who signed ntd acknowl Â¬ edged articles of Incorporation under the provisL B MARSHALL PROPRIETOR ions of chapter 55 General Statutes to be known by the name and htjle of the Frankfort Natural R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg- Â¬ and said articles of Incor- Â¬ Gas and Oil Company poration were then Hied tor record The persons horns Bull Cochins Blnck Jnvns W F are the Incorporators of bald com B Spanish uboe named pany and shall constitute Its llrot bou d of directors Tne principal place of transacting the business EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST of Ktld corporation shall be In Frankfort Ken tucky and wild corporation shall commence on 200 Per setting of 13 the 2d day ot April lbb7 and terminate twenty Feb 12 2m lle ears therealter have perpetual succession Said company bhall and the power to contract and be contracted with sue and be sued Implead and be Impleaded to take hold own and in anywise alien property real personal and mixed to have a common seal THORN HILL POULTRY And nt prices that cannot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ PH Mli I Id JNO Â¬ T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Â¬ Â¬ F Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Proprietor -- T7 MA JOB KY Manufacturer niul Denier in- - ATTOKNKY AT L A W PIIAXKPORT PRACTICE IN WILL Fidukllu Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS iallatln Boone Onen rnd Grant counties In the Court of Appeals uud In tho Federal Court STEAM ENGINES BOILERS Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED BlacksmithingARent for - WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Pipe Work Jobbing and Eepairing Promptly Attended to -- Heal Estate Agent will ulso glte special attention to the purchase and sate of real estate collection of rents claims Olllce opposite and the negotiation of loans Columbus Steam Pumps liJJ Lewis St Near tho Rivor Frankfort 3TSEND TOR PRICE LIST OF Boii AuZLSTID lTLAS EITGrllIE ana iiEiEe s7obks -- Ky WILL PRACTICE uud the adjoining counties and IN THE COURTS H G MATTERNS CAPITAL Juuely JAS ANDREW SCOTT J A3 A VIOLETT SCOTT VIOLETT lE ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STREET iPilSiiCT CT Ft C 1 AXSQRWBTS AT Jan 22 AW PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN WILL and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Inuall Building mmmmm tlBTTljfflLT JJtJIlllCJOffliiiIilr tf AND AISU- - DR J OFFICE DE2STTIST MAIN STREET OPP L F COMPTON S COLLINS PHOTOCRAPHS Of all Sizes at Reduced Frioe Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas W C MACKLIN RODMAN R ROGERS -- DKALEIt IN- - COMPTON MACKLIN IROlIIIETOKS FUF Cornice Polo T C E COMPLETE LINE OF Elkhorn Roller Mills JUVJC THE FULL j Gents Furnishing Goods In Stuck nuil nil Kinds of COFFINS BOXXER SYSTEM AVD MANUFACTUHE and Vindow Firturc1 Shirts Made to Order FOR SALE OR RENT n ily to A SMALLotFARM OF 108 ACRES NEAR THE of ElHiorn Forks WASH CUUTCHER A April 9 lm JNO U MEEK K E GAINES II V WILLIAMS WM CHOMWELL GEO A LEWIS W L TANNER L 11 FINNELL U KEENON Six of the best grades of the best Flour inade in the World Office A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square All the latest style furniture constuntly in stock Feb 2C tf Jktt Ky