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K t Wi fain if mvil - Mw Tmv - rrii ijtjv ffci TJt r -- r WT 1H171 - T T - nrnjT-i- m The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY APRIL 10 1887 Number 31 A STUPENDOUS AN INSPECTION E to SELECT OBLIGATION TO ML BUY INCURS NO Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Guffs done up equal to new Work guaianteed HUDSOIN W A Â¬ HUMPHRIES Â¬ CA88ELL The Frankfort Natural Gas and Oil Company have erected their derrick on the premises of the 4n M The personalty not subject to equalization amounted to 521 181 A handsome granite monument The difference between the assesshas just been erected in the Cem ed value and the Board value is etry at this place over the remains a reduction of 287857 of the late Rt Rev B B Smith Council Notes first Bishop of Kentucky by the Â¬ Diocesan Convention of the EpiscoThe Council on Tuesday even- Â¬ It is of ing increased the salary of the city pal Church in Kentucky the cottage design with gable top physician from 300 to 500 per surmounted by a cross and is eight annum and a half feet in height A report was made from the Following is the inscription on Street Commissioner to the last the four sides of the monument Council in regard to the pave North Side ments in the city in need of repair It was referred to the Committee To thk GLOirv of God And in Loving Memory of on Streets BENJ UOSWOUTH SMITH D I LL D First Bishop ot the BlocebO of Kentucky A deed was made to the city of a sufficient quantity of ground for West Side a roadvay to the Colored Normal Bom In Bristol Iluode Island June 13 School 1711 consecrated Ulshuu Oct HI lKfi be- came iiresldlnir UIhIiod ot the Church Jan Six members of the Council J lbiiif and entered Into rest May HI 1W1 were present at the last meeting Licenses were granted to Sig South Side Luscher and Morrison Rodgers to Having served an episcopate of illty two jeurs and In the ministry of the Church open coffee houses in the city slxtjelght Â¬ I Momimentto BisliopSmitli Jackson and family arrived in this city Sunday afternoon from on the Steamer Hibernia Polsgrove Landing in a pitiable condition He and his daughter were hardly able get about and for water and a strong vein of gas was struck which caused the well to be abandoned It was left open or plugged up and the hole was filled with all kinds of debris his wife had to be carried from the boat on a bed being in the last Three stages of consumption years ago Mr Jackson removed from near Richmond in Madison county to Polsgrove his family at that time consisting of himself wife and eight children Five of the children have died with mala- Â¬ rial fever two of them being buried a few weeks ago and the oldest son has for some time been the sole support of the family They were utterly destitute and were on their way back to Madison county They were given trans j portation by the county I I yeuis K Fast Side Religious m Together with Messrs John B Meek and W L Tanner of the Frankfort Natural Gas and Oil Company we took a run down to Lagrange Monday afternoon to see what progress was being made in boring for natural gas We found the well had been sunk to the depth of 503 feet and the drill is kept going night and day Sufficient stock has been sold in Lagrange and Cincinnati t insure the sinking of three wells in case the one now being sunk fails to find the gas They expect to go down sixteen hundred feet which is three hundred feet deeper than we will have to go here as Frank- Â¬ fort is that much lower than Lagrange Some years ago a well was sunk just under the platform of the freight depot on the left of the railroad at the station to the depth of sixteen hundred feet Rev Mr Farris will be installed Ho fed them with a faithful and trim as pastor of the Southern Presby- Â¬ heart and ruled them prudently with all his turner terian Church on Sunday May 1st On the first of April 1881 the Â¬ Franklin Countys Assess active membership of the First ment Presbyterian Church was 250 The State Board of Equalization April 1 1882 246 1SS3 220 has adjourned and the total value 1884 240 1885 243 18S6 288 of property in this count for State and 1887 310 Last winter at the suggestion of Mr R Rogers of this city a former resident of Lagrange and employe of the railroad company the well was re opened and drilled out to the depth of sixty feet when the gas was found in considerable quantity A pipe was put in and the gas taken into the freight office of Capt Hall the agent at that place where it can be seen burning The pressure is so great that if the key is turned full when the gas is lighted it will put out the flame It makes a red flickering light which is very trying to the eyes not near so clear as that of the gas in the well on High street and attracts a great deal of attention Lagrange is greatly stirred up and high hopes are entertained of the place becoming a great manu Â¬ facturing centre in the near future Â¬ Capital Machine Works and have bored down to bed rock A lease has been taken on the property and they will have the drill in operation by the last of next week They propose to push things right along and hope to have a flowing well in a few weeks Wm Beck was arrested by po- Â¬ liceman Hyde on Monday last charged with stealing one pair of pantaloons from Hudson Hum phries Cassell He was tried before Judge Sliced on Tuesday and fined 10 and costs in default of which he was committed to the work house Â¬ Lock No 4 has been closed to navigation and the U S Snag boat Kentucky commenced pumping out the lock pit Thurs Â¬ day morning to repair the damage to the lower mitre sill The Jewel Mills are now running regularly and Messrs Milam As we thought we detected the McKee are turning out as fine smell of the gas when we first corn meal as has ever been sold in stepped into the derrick shed we this market will not be surprised to hear of gas being found in a short time LECOM PTE CARPENTER Some two years ago workmen were getting out rock on the place of Mr Joe E Par rent on the Lawrenceburg pike the old Tommie Rodgers place and in blasting out a ledge of rock they struck a vein of gas which was of such a strong odor as to drive the men out of the quarry and cause them to abandon their work It might be well for one of our gas companies to take a lease on the place and see if the gas is still present in the locality SOUTH FRANKFORT A KY DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS OKNEItlL ASSORTMENT OF It i taxation is 5528267 The assessed value of land was 2563882 which amount was re duced 15 per cent making a total value under this head of 2 79300 Town lots were not changed and this amounts to 1801745 The personalty subject to equalization amounted to 879316 to which the Board added 11 per cent increasing it to the sum of 976641 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Mr Henry Crutcher started to go home in his wagon from this city on Saturday night about eight oclock when his horse took fright and ran away He was thrown from the vehicle near the corner of Main and St Clair and badly bruised up and the wagon collided with a gas post at the cor- Â¬ ner of Main and Lewis streets and was badly wrecked DRUGS MEDICINES CHEMICALS Ferfumery tO Fitcny Toilet Articles PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines luro Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes Celebrated Garden Seeds FUIiniVSE THESE SEEDS WEfrom the extensive seed farms o theDIRECT Mcvsrs Lumlreth and they should nut be classed with the seeds left on commission throughout the country Use Landreths Seeds and a good vegetable gar Â¬ den Is assured sH AMi4v wAabifrfc3L- g Xty pr3ftfltjp5wfflflrWT AUJi diLU llJkkA T rizyyrTm 1 TTjJPfSJ 7TWPW VVt i mLwm--sP9irv- v rf- - - ftTsrkJvrri i f- - - rrrriww v T NEVER BEFORE Has there been a prettier or cheaper line of all kinds of Dry Goods consisting of all the newest styles in Dress Goods such as Tricots Almas Hindoos Satines French Ginghams Foulards TOWELS NAPKINS TRBLE LINENS B -- CRASHES VERY CHEAP Our line of Ladies -- - Misses -- - and - Childrezis -- - Hose Can not be beat in prices and styles We have a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods Also have the agency for the famous GOLD AND rc CAfiPBTS In all the latest styles SILVER SHIRTS OIL CLOTHS v- - Ml the following fiUGSl No trouble to show goods Call and see our stock before purchasing Main Street Th Banner Sign Mrs N J Sawyier and daughter Hon A S Berry candidate Mrs IIU1 left Tuesday afternoon for the Democratic nomination for Col D L Sublett returned yester lor a visit to relatives in uovington will speak at the day frotri Chattanooga Mrs Judge Win Lindsay Miss Governor Mamie Lindsay and Mrs Holmes Court house Monday evening at Mrs Ccl R D Allen left Tuesday left Tuesday afternoon for Cincin Â¬ afternoon for Louisville WEXTZEL ODONNELL frf 7 f ft K J if A i resolution was large number of adherents and passed That the committee from supporters in this county among the Board of Trade and the Board men who have never had the pleasure of his personal acquaint- Â¬ of Underwriters and the City ance but who know him by his Council and Chief of Fire Depart- record of public service oclock It is nati Mr Sam D Johnson went to Cin Â¬ ment be requested to meet in also to his credit that those who Mrs 1 B Eaton of Clay City nee cinnati Tuesday afternoon Col Dave Moore is living in Miss Eliza Graham Mho has been consultation at the Council Cham- Â¬ have known him longest and best Mr Sidney Rush of Louisville visiting relatives in this city returned expectation of having the measles ber on Friday April 15 1887 are his warmest friends spent Sunday in this city home Thursday conclude to If the disease should Mr L Labrot left Monday afterÂ¬ Mrs Amanda Hardin who has tackle him it will have a tough at 112 p m Frankfort Heating Com Â¬ noon for a visit to Cincinnati been residing in St Joseph Missouri At the meeting yesterday after- Â¬ pany Stock Miss Lena Kirtley of Eddyville for the past two years has returned time for he i the largest subject noon the question was discussed We learn that Mr E P Bryan to this city to reside is visiting relatives in this city in the country at length but no conclusion was will have for sale on Monday Mrs Win Cheatham who has been Mr E P Bryan left Tuesday visiting relatives in this city the Mr William P Scott in con- Â¬ reached afternoon for a visit to Louisville next stock in this company It past week returned to her home in left Monday Louisville Monday afternoon nection with the law firm of Scott Mr Ben Noonan will be sold for cash in hand and The chances of Judge Thos H morning for Kansas City to locate established a real Violett has it is hoped that all of it may be Miss Ann Richardson of this coun Â¬ Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville ty was so unfortunate as to get a estate office in this city and will Hines for the Democratic nomi- Â¬ taken by Frankfort people The spent Sunday in this city visiting his serious fall last week from the effects nation for Governor are growing mother give his whole time to the negoshares are 100 but will be sold of which she has since been confined every day and theie is a Mr Harry Bush of Louisville to bed If you want to brighter tiation of sales at a large discount feeling among the memspent last week in this city visiting Mr Thos J Todd has been attend Â¬ buy or sell a farm or a town lot growing liis parents To be rallied at the store of Stnten ing the Grand Lodfie of the Knights bers of his party that he is the Dehonoy a handsome marble C Knight left Monday of Honor in Louisville this week as call on him Mrs I strongest man they can nominate afternoon for a visit to relatives in the represntative of Frankfort Lodge table made in Italy and cost 25000 Democrat at S200 per chance Call and No 10 It is greatly to the interest of The Flemingsburg Cincinnati taken sister Miss the Versailles and Georgetown voices that sentiment as follows chance C Crutcher of the Great Mr Willis Wayts and Col D 31 2t White Hall went to Eminence Tues Â¬ Miiiul enmn lifinifi frnin Colletro ill- Railroad to favor the construction The primaries for State officers Georgetown Friday and spent Satday afternoon Custom grinding every Wednes Â¬ are now close at hand and the jw of the Frankfort and Pari R R Itliu ouiiuay in nun tii day at Jewel Mills Meal ex Â¬ fmiiHilmnn L Muniran still re UHlllYparents be our of who arc The line from Georgetown to Paris question another fourtoyears is changed when not running mains quite ill at his residence on their rulers for Holmes street Mr Win II Brinkworth left is the main stem of the 31 4t of soon to be decided After ma Mi lam MoKee county Monday morning for Henderson hav Â¬ Mrs Eliza Hawkins of this in which the lower arm is the Ver- turely considering the matter left Thursday afternoon for Louis Â¬ ing secured the position of sawyerfor Â¬ Foil Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ the mill of Mr Fred B Staines sailles road and the upper arm the with no personal feeling on the lows Temple recently occupied by ville to reside merly of this city in that place Frankfort road Both converge subject we have decided that Thos Rodman jr Apply to Messrs Tom Newman and Thomas Â¬ is better Mr Sam Partee and family Mr Averill attended the opera in Louis and make one com- Â¬ Judte Thos H Hines E A Fellmeh night Gus Robinson and wife Mr Ben at Georgetown ville Monday fitted to discharge the duties of Ctm Corporate Committee Robinson and Messrs W A Owens mon line to Paris the office of Governor than either Mrs Mary Brown Day who has and Tim Haly left Tuesday after Â¬ served been spending the winter in Florida noon for Kansas City Missouri to re Â¬ Fresh Southern Hungarian and At a meeting of the Board of of his competitors He bench returned on Monday creditably on the appellate side Millet at Mastin Bros ill Directors of the Board of Trade gentleman Mr J M Stephens will leave next has on Saturday last a committee was and is a quiet modest Mr Ferd VanDerveer who having none of the Falstaffian week for the eastern part of the State been residing in Cincinnati for the Notice on a iishing excursion Monday appointed to inquire of the Board swagger which too often charac- Â¬ past year returned home Mike Flaherty is no longer in our have charge of He Mr John W Payne has been con Â¬ afternoon and will Telegraph oflice of Underwriters of the city of terizes the political aspirant employ and we will not be respon Â¬ Union fined to bed for the past week at his the Western for the next few weeks Frankfort if the people were not has made his canvass upon a high in this city sible for contracts made by him residence on Cross street relieving Mr Chas Taylor who is entitled to some reduction on the and gentlemanly plane attacking Reui Keith none of his rivals and feeling Mr John Driscoll left yesterday in bud health Bridgeport Ky rates of insurance now in fores on assured that his own good name morning for a trip to Hot Springs for hi3 health Arkansas account of our fine water works and fair fame were secure from an f G A R FOR RENT OR SALE of Millers also if the proposed fire alarm attack by any one Such a man Mrs John M Jamison burg Bourbon county is visiting G Bacon system would be of interest to the as this would be an honor to the Stated meeting of A HUSINESSAND KXPECT relatives in this city and county Chair Louisville 1 will sell to remove Bacon Post No 33 Tuesday people in the same respect The State in the Gubernatorial there two story frametohouse on Murray streetor runt my between a man is needed streets contains Hon A S Berry of Newport can Â¬ April 19th Full attendance is committee met the Board of and suchthe high character ever Campbell uml Cross store room House cellar lot ulKlit rooms kitchen and That didate for the nomination for Gov Â¬ 101 feet by 410 feet jjood well and clBtem In ard requested at the office of the maintained by Judge Hines is servants room wood and coal houses smoke and ernor was in the city yesterday Underwriters lieu houses luwe stable and carriage house good on premi President Mr John B Lindsey recognized by the people is evi- cistern ut stable Cull on undersigned HUGHES Â¬ A B NORWOOD Com Mrs Silas Told returned Monday ses WJ afternoon from a visit of several Sneed denced by the fact that he has a April 10 tf land on motion of Judge V Berderich Adjt weeks to relatives in Vevay Ind Â¬ Personals j4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 5f4 V N5iJi J i J vTai MtjalxS jWkJ V fJ ttM4jj fv V li Pva mmmw Tr i iWf - lV s r yrjWHijpf iV I At a meeting of the Willing son Church to day and tomorrow oclock a m each day Workcrsof the Methodist Church at 1 1 Forks of Elklioru community is Mr C E Williams and family Katie Brawncr and Mattie Jones of Shelby villc visited relatives in this town the first of the week were appointed a committee to Mr J M Keith of the firm of draft resolutions in regard to the Keith Reib feather renovators death of Miss Martha Crumbaugh have removed to this place from The following is the report of the Shelbyville committee We know of no better stand for We arc called for a dry goods store thiii this pro Whereas the first time to mourn the death vided a general assortment would of one of our members Miss be kept Theres millions in the Martha Crumbaugh who departed enterprise this life March 17th 1887 after a If there is any good reason why long and painful illness divine services should be held at Resolved That in the death of 11 oclock a m instead of an our sister our society has lost a earlier hour we should like for devoted member one who ever some one to explain had our interests and prosperity Ryal Wade left last Tuesday at heart Resolved That we extend our for Scott county near Georgeheartfelt sympathy to her bereaved town to comply with his contract parents and brother and com the construction of a section of Success mend them to the God whom she pike in that locality loved and served so faithfully in A teacher of vocal music is de- Â¬ this life sirous of being employed two or Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the three days in each week Charges minute book of our society and a moderate Satisfaction guaranteed Apply to C copy of the same be sent to the in every instance family and the papers of the city H Parrent Bridgeport Ky Miss Clara Green Miss Leana Sanders died at her Miss Katie Brawner home near this place last Monday Miss Mattie Jones April II 1887 She was quite Committee old and had been feeble for some time though her death was rather Peace to her abhes sudden Pea Ridge March 1887 Misses Clara Green Â¬ Fish are biting in Elkhorn now Considerable sickness in this Hsu Â¬ Â¬ Bro Roberts will preach here to moirow at 11 oclock The thanks of the Ridge correspondent are due to Mr Willie Pence for a nice dish of fish A number of our young men went fishing a few nights ago and Pitchforks met with fair success were the principal weapons used and the fish were driven along the creek to shallow water clubbed and forked into sacks Pea Ridge Sunday School commenced last Sunday The election of officers was postponed till tomorrow evening at three oclock at which time it is hoped members and friends will all be present and make it the success it deserves to be It is the opinion of some people here that tlie railroad question will not be submitted to the vote of the county but this is probably a mis take for that is the easiest way to for if the dispose of the matter people dont want a railroad cant they vote it down and if they do want it ought they not to have it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Scoficld and Wade Brothers left the first of the week for Rippeyville Anderson county to comply with their contract the construction of a section of rail- Â¬ road for the Louisville Southern in that section and an excellent wood workman feather renovating establishment im together with other No provements Bridgeport is certainly boom in entitled to the word connection with her interests 1 With a boss blacksmith Flag Fork The Eclectic school is booming with pretty girls The Fork is a land of widows and handsome ones at that The Great Union Sunday school is increasing in vast numbers Pharmacist Violett occupies his new store compounding drugs Mr riffle has pulled up stakes and James Gordon of Sand re- Â¬ tired to Kansas Our worthy directors assisted Our counters are lined with the contractors are gradually young ladies and gentlemen by bringing the Pea Ridge pike to a ing spring hats finish When the present contract The late Widow Peytons houseis finished there will be a gap of a mile for which no appropriation hold effects were sold at a high What a splendid price on last Saturday has been made Â¬ chance for some wealthy citizen to Sandriffle has become a paradise immortalize his name by building 0 prayer Fervent prayer meet- Â¬ the piece of pike for us ings are held there weekly Supreme Superintendent of the Great Union Sunday school Prof Lea is improving slowly Every young man in want of a The fishing business is booming pretty wife should come here Call and The fruit is not all killed in this before going elsewhere section Oscar Roberts is convalescing rapidly The pike connecting this place with Benson has been completed Ksq J B Russell made a business trip to Cincinnati last week Born April 7th 1887 to Mr Walter Smith and wife a daugh- Â¬ see four-year-o- ld Bridgeport Dennis Bailey Esq was elected Â¬ ter It is very easy to give advice but the acting on it is the difficulty Mr J Â¬ county Wednesday S was Roberts of Shelby in the village last oclock a m Mrs Julia Strepey who lias been quite sick for several days is very much better Regular services at South Ben at Evergreen to morrow at Rev Krnest Cook will preach 1 1 daughter A little of Mr Barnett Gordon can wash Mrs Died Near Scrabble and iron equal to an expert China Poole March 24th in the 92d man year of her age T C Jones the cast iron Prof Hugh Walker of Monterey showman is here paying his comMrs pliments to his numerous warm ad visited his grandmother Flack last Sunday mireis Mr I W Reeves of Hill Large numbers of young ladies and gentlemen from Bald Knob Spring Henry county visited the attended the national orchestra on family of E 0 Lee last Saturday last Sunday Miss Sally Onan an accomplish- Â¬ Our bad boy is here from Sand ed lady of Flat Creek is the guest riffle to torment your reporter of her sister Mrs Jennie Austin He is now very cross eyed and Miss Lucinda Harrod of The first labor Duckers Station has been visiting much freckled that he has done here was to cut at Mr Ed Duncans the past the hair close from his mothers week scalp while she was fast asleep Rev J Burton preached a The old lady dont seem to com- Â¬ says that Ike only splendid discourse on Faith to plain much but desired to make her equal with the a large congregation at Stoney Creek last Sunday belles of fashion Â¬ Mrs Eva Brown of Louisville here visiting friends Mr Joel Head of Monterey Dear Uncle Zeke was up this week visiting relatives Your nephew had such a mighty Mrs Dr R Lewis of Wurlz- - spell of the tremens that he was ville Missouri is visiting Mrs J unable sooner to answer your af W French fectionate letter You sec that the whisky we drink at the Ferry is the Mr Dcnnie Bcntley the WoodIt comes down in ford poet is stoping in our village pure sccesh the night from the mountains for a short while where no blamed Yankee tax is The whitewash on the school levied on it That grog that you house fence helps the looks of the drink in Craw is Yankee stuff place considerably made from tobacco juice powder and fish berries which puts you in Mr Jno Lee of Midway was Its a mira visiting Mr G G Thompson of a humor for fighting cle it dont kill you Stcdmanville last week I am sorry to inform you privateMrs G C Hughes who has ly that nearly all our old time been very sick with pneumonia Democrats at the Ferry are turning is better and will soon be up again into Yankees and they will vote Miss Cliffij Thompson of Sted the Yankee ticket at the next elec- Â¬ manville has been up in this tion You will love to hear that the neighborhood visiting friends Blair Bill was knocked out If Miss Mary Harrington who that blamed bill had become a law has been on a visit to Miss Alice it would have enlightened the far- Â¬ French returned home last week mers so much that Kentucky Mr Lea and Mr Lewis would have lost her reputation as Lea of Hatton made a short visit an illiterate State It would have to relatives in this section last ruined our party week You will be glad to hear that we have accepted from Congress 15 Mr Henry Green of this county is quite sick with pneu- Â¬ 000 a year to pension a few of our monia at his nephews Mr George old rebel soldiers These pensioners will hold their headquarters at Lucas Lexington remote from the poor Mr S P Bishop has returned They will rank as Kurnels and from his southern trip and pur- teach from big books how the fogy chased Mr Merret Williams farm farmers in Kentucky must plow for 84000 their own soil Its a good idea The new stone abutments of the You see we have no school house bridge over North Elkhorn at at the Ferry and the old log hovels this place was a very much needed around here are crumbling into improvement and is substantially dust This is all right for dont you see that by kicking out that done Yankee Blair Bill and by keeping Mr Ben T Hughes of Green- Â¬ the fogy farmers in inky darkness ville Ohio and his sister Mrs that our dear old rebel party can Mattie Crum of Beards Station hold the reins of power in Kenwere home on a visit to their Your old tucky for eternity mother this veek slave aunt Snort is dead and the Mr Isaac Wingate of Wood boys look like their father nearly lake has determined to sell out white They would readily sell his entire stock of goods at cost under the hammer for 1500 a and will sell at auction every Sat- skull but for the blamed Yankees urday at 2 oclock p m until his When are you coming up to see entire stock is disposed of which them consists of everything kept in a My next letter will be from country store Auction this Lockport This Yankee climate afternoon dont agree with my health so I Lady Light the celebrated bid you a private farewell Lucifer Yocum mare belonging to Mr Wm Bedford trotted a quarter of a mile in 33 seconds one evening last week What a Hotel 3Ian Knows Lady Light is a 212 gait beautiful brown by Almont Senti- Â¬ On coming out of the army just at I sutTerecl witli nel dam Whip and Tom Hall the close of the war soon developed indigestion which She has had little or no training into dyspepsia which so worked on and by the time she is thoroughly my system that I was reduced to trained she will be the fastest on only lV pounds although a hrawny man six leet tall For twenty years the globe I was a suilorer from chronic dys Â¬ pepsia Last February I commenced takings S S and after using eigiit Bald Knob bottles I had no trace of the disease ISO 1 School at this place closed last left in my system and weighed pounds Friday My wife also suffered from dyspep Â¬ sia After I was cured 1 began treat Â¬ There is quite a demand for ing he i with S S S with the hap Â¬ hogs in our neighborhood piest results She rapidly improved and is to day comparatively well Miss Eliza Rogers left Monday but as a measure of safety she con Â¬ for Belle View Kentucky tinues its use until the few bottles on G W Green is gone on a visit hand shall be consumed V E LlUUTFOOT to relatives at Locust Carroll Central Hotel county Ft Gaines Ga Dee 8 1880 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Knno remilno unlru TnntvntrtVAiirtnnnov nn n irnm orrnT Thn TTSIF nnAVH fiTTPKrT uaujidl Willi tno Above hnliiiiitely inifrroiiiliritt rnoiiiMintl willhfrrnntyott tlrv li tlio Imnlctt Hiirm keep Tituirc MU1K nnr tnrikf Allclort a FISH liRANIV tliKkitnnil ttkminnlhpr Innt Invn llmTmt ninin etnl tnrilnf rlntlvnr itilrwum to A t TOUTIt 20 FlmniiitH St Hninn Mit m SLICKER DR IS TUB Best Waterproof Goal Efcr Made If inrilfii I KELLEY OHIO WILL BE AT TIIK OF CINCINNATI CAFITAI HOTEL IN FRANKFORT KY M A SATURDAY APRIL SATURDAY MAY 7 Dr Kelly makes 11 1887 1887 specialty of curing HLEERINfi HIlNRand ITCHING PILES By eery case of Piles NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED teed In the IlrlnkerholT System and 11 cure Is guaran Â¬ itj M FISTULA Is cured 1IV A3VO sa FISSUKKS Cured without cutting or tearing EECTAL ULCER The great bane of humanity Is cured If the pa tient does not call too late Tills Is the greatest secret enemy of mankind and a disease of which little or nothing was known before the HKINK KRHOFF dlseoeres Jlany patients are troublul with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrtiea lame back headache dyspepsia Itching Increased at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bowel It Is now a well established fact that many dis Â¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nenous system are either caused or aggravated by tlu coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FIfeSUREor RECTAL ILCEK AV Â¬ REFERENCES 1IUOIIES Frankfort RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort J 31 WITRROW Lexington Dr Keller can be found at his Cincinnati office ever day of each week except FRIDAY mid SAT Â¬ J URDAY dressing mode of treat men t sent free to any one by ad Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Â¬ W I 2G KELLEY 376 West Seventh St 1ST CONSULTATION Dec 31 1 Oincinnati 0 VI FREE -- a ly HORSE -- D JACK CARDS NEATLY EXECUTED THIS aFTlOB W J SCOTTOW DEALER IN Â¬ FAMILY GROCERIES LARD MILL FEED MEAL EMPRESS FLOUR 235 Broadway St Feb 19 2iii KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST FOK WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE NEW YORK Having Pullman New Sleeping Gars FOK J SOLID FKOM I1 3R A I tT A Cure for Blood Disease The wonderful success of Swifts TO Sure Sped lie known as the S S S remedy for diseases of the blood is sutneient to command the attention WASHINGTON CITY of sufferers from blood poisoning particularly those who have battled Connecting In same depot with fast trains for with this form of disease for years un Â¬ successfully with potash It is claimed that Swifts Specific is THE DIRECT ROUTE TO a purely vegetable compound that is entirely free from potash and mercu Â¬ LYNCH BUMS rial mixtures and that its action on DANVILLE the blood is direct purifying and re storing without injury to the nervous NORFOLK Â¬ LouisvillcjCiiiciimnti Lexington system ASH ALL FOISTS IN A list of certificates of the extraor Â¬ Â¬ dinary cures effected by this medi cine would till a large volume and a report of its yearly sales in the Uuited States alone would seem in Â¬ For tickets and further Information apply to credible All druggists have it for your nearest tlcket oftlce sale New Orleans licuyunc W W MONROE Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ Div Pnasr Agent Lexington Ky eases mailed free H V PULLER W 0 WIOKHAM Tjik Swift Specific Co Drawer Gun Puss Agt 2d Vico President Atlanta Ga V v - k I A gfp 71 V t wtww i H RA J J tt t r K w M being would be easily and richly led the gas escaping from a fissure BOOTS AND SHOES by water freights coming by boats tween the rocks in a quarry where or tiie both up and down the river Ele- stone was being gotten out and BOSTON SHOE STORE -vators constructed on the river water discolored with petroleum DEALERS IN- was also trickling from the ctevice At a bargain Will sell In bulk or small lots A bank could rapidly and cheaply the right party work in In the good investment forwill be oifered at retail Gas Closets meantime all goods load river freights from the boat He asked the negro man at the quarry why he did not apply a AND BELOW COST AT direct into the cars This can be Pipe and Fittings c Strict attention given to Job and less outlay and more ex- Â¬ match to it and he replied that done with Contract Work All work Guaranteed peditiously than at any other point the boss had done tole him not Those In need will id it to their advantage to fool around dar wid a light as No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - -- Frankfort Kentuoky to give me a call on the river Mar 12 might blow up sumpen We suggest therefore that our he JOHN GORMAN SMALL FARM I Board of Trade confer with the Here is a good chance for the F HOSTON SHOKSTORK company organized at the Forks to Apr 1C U St ClnirKlroet builders of the Louisville Southern C MEETS EVERY MON develop the Stedmantown well to CAPITAL LODGE NO brothers cordially Invited with a view to the construction of Visiting JAS MUllltAY N L the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg invest their 2000 at home and J R Williams Sec THE FARM IS LOCATED IN SHELHY COUNTY April 17 tf on Louisville Wake NashHe Railroad perhaps strike a bonanza railway nine miles from Frankfort Ky containing about and A glance at the map will equally up gentlemen of the Forks 1ST 3D look around and see what is in this show that the Frankfort Paris THERE WILLofBE A MEETING OF ofTHE About one half In grass tho balance In cultivation 1 stockholders the Franklin portion the with an orchard otax trees or choice apples A Georgetown railroad is a business matter Frankfort Georgetown awl Paris Turnpike Com goon nuuR or skvkn kuujis good kitchen pany held at the Deposit Hunk of Frankfort on and smoke house with a splendid cistern at the necessity From Frankfort to The gas lamp and drinking Monday April 4th Ih87 for the purpose of elect door also good well lu yard and two b irns on the ing a board of six directors piace aiso a new uepor wun siore room and Paris via Georgetown is almost a fountain placed in front of the Uy order of the Hoard waieroom for storing freight The above buildings ISAAC WINGATE President are completo except painting It Is a good location W J Lewis Secretary straight line as the crow flies Government building by the city mar 12 lm for a doctor or meichant Any one wishing to purchase said property will call on the under Â¬ is made with the Cin- Â¬ seems to have been a useless ex signed who will take pleasure In giving any Infor Â¬ Connection mation lu regard to the matter J A HELL Hatton Shclbj county Ky cinnati Southern at Georgetown pense as it has been put to no Mar 19 lni and with the Kentucky Central use except as a hitching post If Maysville roads at it is to be utilized at all it strikes and Paris Blue GrassJPoulfry Yards It is the short route to us now is the time to attach the Paris To solicit orders for our TIIE WILL MAKE miles SEASON OF 1887 AT MY Good Salary and Expenses reliable Nursery Stock VV or Commission Per from Frankfort on the L farm two Maysville and the East via the gas and water pipes to it Buff Ooohins J E Foot and M M Con Â¬ Address at manent employment guaranteed N It It at once stating age HOWLANDs SNELL Ohio Valley railroad now building ner Strains Eggs 200 por 15 Wyan Nurserymen St Louis Mo Mrs Sol Harris remembered 25 TO INSURE A MABE IN FOAL 9 Apl 2m dottes and W fl Johnson Strains 150 country is rich in agricultural The Money due as soon as the Roundabout on her recent the mare parted with the fact Is ascertained or per 15 At Paris too the productions DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Atthe Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles visit to New York and supplied turnpikes Write for wants Address proposed extension to Mt Ster- Â¬ HAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 1G hands and 3 J J UHEEN Frankfort Ky of New York Inches high with a line black mane and tall and One of the Best Located Resi- Â¬ us with a number ling thence via the coal road to can show a 230 gait with only a few weeks hand dences in South Frankfort papers of recent date for which ling Ills eolts have already proven to be not FOB LEASE OPEflA HOUSE Salyersville and Prestonsburg and FflAHKFORTJlY He Is the cheap only tine looking but trotters we return thanks est horse ever stood In Franklin county Day stallion HAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 on into West Virginia opens up a W H HALL FOR SALE DRhouse and and lot OFFERScorner of Cross HIS SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED foaled 1881 Sired by Harold sire of Maud S on tho and lease of the Frankfort Opera House 1 dam Nata by Noontide 22014 etc Main streets The lot contains about two acres new and valuable territory Mr H R Williams broke ItuWi It is Woodford Mambrluo 22Hj sire of Abbottsford and the house Is In good repair There are apple at tho City Clerks offlco until April 20 1887 at six p m for term pf two years beginning August Deys and plum only ioo miles in a direct line from ground Monday for the founda- Â¬ 2lJiii 2 dam Lucy by sire of Woodford son of peach two large trees lu abundance upon the 1 1887 unil ending August 1 188U Tho Council Lulu 215 May place Alexanders Norman pits stocked with Marshal Nell tho 3 dam by thoroughbred sou of Im 220 roses and Prestonsburg Kyt to Hinton W tions of two frame cottages on his Queen Sovereign 4 dam bred by the late R A roses and a green house planted with hot water reserve will right to reject any and all bids Hond bo required for the faithful perform Â¬ ported heated with Hltchlugu Improved ance of the contract and must be tiled with tho upparatus Va on the line of the Chesapeake lot on Cross street between Main Alexander by Old St Lawrence proposal W L COLLINS Ai0H TERMS EASY Dn W H HALL LEWIS MANJ AN Chairman Ohio R R Hinton is at the and Logan April 0 3in Apply to FVGiuy City Clerk Ap2 3t Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT hnRlc of thc Lthc base linc A pleasure to shave with one of the tending to Richmond on the right Aw razors from Gray Church Kntereil nt the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter and Prestonsburg on thc left the HO UN upper limb tending to Huntington In this city on Saturday A rll th 1887 to Mr GEORGE A LEWIS L Meagher and wife u son -- Dan jkj weight W Va From Paris via Prestons K pounds E3ditoc aaacL Pia teli slier burg and Hinton is the air line 12 In this city on Thursday April 14 1887 to Mr Mike Foley and wife a daughter THE WORLD RENOWNED to Richmond Va and a hundred 1G 1887 FRANKFORT APRIL miles at least shorter than the i j 1110 present route via Ashland and Mjss Helen Williams daughter of Mrs Ellen Frankforts Railroad Sys Huntington Williams died at her mothers residence on Logan street on Thursday morning April 7th tem 188 nttwenty of Crossing the Kentucky river at cuusumptlou tle minutes after eight oclock tho The funeral took place from Cntnolic Church on Friday evening April 8th 18J7 TAUTjT EARLY AND SELECT Y5UR SIZE AS TpTlTU Any one who will glance at the Lccstown thence via Belle Point map of Central Kentucky and its and up the left branch of Benson FOR REPRESENTATIVE railroad connections will not fail to Hardinsville and on to Shelbyand we have difficulty in We are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS Is growing each season on these goods to see that Frankfort is situated ville would be the nearest route to as a candidate for Representative of Franklin filling our orders Customers who appreciate a geographically and in its trade re Louisville by ten or fifteen miles county subject to tho action of the Democratic party first class hat will wear no lations in such a position as to This line would probably force the FOR REPRESENTATIVE command at some date the con- construction by the L N of the We are authorized to announce JAMES AN other DREW SCOTT as a for Representative struction of at least two additional gap from Hatton to Shelbyville from Franklin countycandidate to the action of the subject lines of railway CRUTCHER STARKS giving an air line from Paris to Democratic party The energies of our citizens Shelbyville E SOLE AGENTS should be urgently directed to If capitalists are slow to take bring about the immediate and not advantage of so favorable an enterBUGGIES SURRYS HARNESS remote building of these lines Paris R prise as the Frankfort AT DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS The Louisville Southern road is R what is to hinder the people of NO J21H LEWIS STREET nnnnjiTI TIIV vinumci divit benot only under contract but is ScottBourbon and kiTiutv Franklin Frankfort Ky Carriage work repaired and J J QUIN ing actually constructed from Shel- Montgomery making a contract paintedIW111 Apr by ville via Lawrenceburg and with Mason Foard Co and Harrodsburg to Danville At building thc road themselves Notice to Stockholders this road which has They can build and own it for less Lawrenceburg DEALING CALLED THE BOARD tended a little south of east from money than capitalists ask as a AT A Directors of MEETING OFand Georgetown the Frankfort Co Shelbyville makes almost a right contribution merely to the enter Turnpike RoadApril east end held at theirofplace Mil 1887 a meetlmr of business the called to held road angle and runs due south almost prise If an active man like Pres- Stockholders of said Room was Georgetown be April County Court In In the 1887 at 10 through Harrodsburg to Danville ident Graddy of Woodford can 2uth ensuing yearoclock a B toTelect Directors lor yUINN the W President where it connects with and perpet- secure the building of a railroad Apl L lonu Supt 3t It represents something you like and appreciate It illustrates our method of do uates a continuous line to Chatta from Versailles to Midway and Notice to Contractors ing business It means SQUARE DEALING Dont you see nooga via the Cincinnati Southern thence to Georgetown surely Railway Tending northward from there is enterprise and manageHONEST VALUES PREACH BE u LATEST STYLES f BIDS WILL 30th RECEIVED UNTIL SATUR This is what we PRACTICE April oclock is more of a ment and skill enough to be found improvement of 18S7 E12Church noon for the Danville Junction it FAIREST PRICES GUARANTEE South Frank the M Ky Flans and specifications can be direct line to Lawrenceburg via the in four counties to build a railroad fort store of R Rogers No 227 Main St seen at Frankthe fort The Committee reserves the right to reject OUR STOCK OF- Louisville Southern than to Lex- through a rich country and tap- any and all bids R ROGERS ington via the Cincinnati Southern ping big lines of railroad from II R WILLIAMS WM McEWAN Hats Frankfort is almost due north Frankfort to Paris and Mt Ster- - April lG 2t Committee from Lawrenceburg and the fact ling MEETING OF STOCK Â¬ that it will not be necessary to Cant the Board of Trade inter HOLDERS bridge the Kentucky river in build view Mason Foard W Co on the FARMERS HANK OF KENTUCKY ing a road to connect with the subject FRANKFORT APRIL 1ST lb87 J Come we will treat you right Remember Square Dealing at eastern and western lines gives it ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK THE will bo held of this their A gentleman from the natural banking house In thebank of Frankfort at Mon city on an immense advantage over the day the 2d day of May 1887 at 1030 oclock of electing the for the route fom Lawrenceburg to Ver- gas region of Ohio was driving Principal purposeand Branches Directors for the to for Hank through the Forks of Elkhorn on ensuing year and for the transactionserveany other P LIGHT of Then again Frankfort sailles E CLAASSBN - business that may be brought before the meeting uy order of the Hoard is the only town of any size on the lv litr 01 last week ana Deing atGRANT GREEN Cashier Apl a im Kentucky river in the hundreds of tracted by the smell of gas just miles from its source to its mouth after crossing the bridge over A A railroad from Frankfort to Law- South Elkhorn he stopped got renceburg connecting with the out of his buggy and made an exwhen he discovered As I am about to locate elsewhere will sell out Louisville Southern now construct amination the stock of DUNLAPHATS Â¬ Â¬ SPRING SHAPES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rOIIS S-A-L- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ 111 Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Putin Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Boots Sloes Stationery Etc Â¬ Â¬ WU Â¬ Â¬ to fa fall JEL ff3 R K MgGLURES - l Rare Opportunity LIGHT Â¬ Â¬ OFKAaTXCLAX k CLAASSEN Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters Â¬ Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks 111 0 0 BAYWOOD FOR ALE 75 BLOKES O TIO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SUEllEnj Â¬ Â¬ for jsale y Â¬ 11 Â¬ Feb-2G-l- r ii5 HtJkdJU dficLiu MftU4iVi i n i in i n t mil ii j win i wm i nm wit n iumi inmiji lull JAf T aym jwb TW r i Trffr s 1 i Mr Lcroy F Arnold and Miss Laura Jones of Woodford county FRANKFORT APRIL 15 1887 were married Thursday afternoon at the County Clerks office by Mr Cabbell Conway and Miss Rev G F Bagby They proKatie Weitzel will be married on cured their license in Versailles Thursday next before coming to this city The ladies of the First Pesby Whitewash and paint brushes terian Church will soon give their mixed paints all at rock bottom prices from Gray Church annual strawberry festival FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Joe Terrell colored the lone hermanof Ikllcpoint has struck it rich He drew seventy dollars in the Louisiana Lottery on Tues day UfJ A UV1V1- iVUZThOPT VC M ADRTr VI w V1 iririlvULL vlVlvu rOttliT IE G HjEIfcTIfcT PBOPEIETOS - WD JHIALKJi IN AND MANUFACTUHEK OF - We have in our office a plain Sig Luscher will shortly open a bar room at 327 Broadway rough sketch of the railroad system of Central Kentucky which street in the Kiernan building shows at a glance the route of the The regular meeting of the various lines the logical necessities Board of Trade will be held on for new connections and the favor Monday evening at J1 oclock able location of Frankfort for fur- v iiui attendance 01 ue memum thcr facilities in that direction is desired Gray Church have a lot of tin Â¬ Streivcl was arrested and ware at cost See the prices John committed to jail on Tuesday An elegant hop was given at the charged with robbing the storeHis trial Capital Hotel by the young men room of L P Hulett of the city on Thursday evening comes off to day Among the ladies from a distance has a population were Misses Blackburn Steele and South Frankfort of abont 3000 and yet in its Vooris of Versailles Misses Gal- Â¬ whole extent there is but a single lagher and Seaton of Louisville sewer to carry away the drainage Miss Helm of Elizabethtown and Why is this thus Miss Bradley of Lexington Mr Â¬ Â¬ GRANITE MONUMENTS Mrs Maggie J Hallnan has re ceived her spring1 stock of ladies RUSTIC TABLETS HEADSTONES hats bonnets ribbons feathers All kinds of stono work promptly attended to c which are all of the latest EftiiimtcH furnished on npplicn- and most fashionable styles tion Gorrcrtpondencu Holicited The entire stock has been opened 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY and the ladies are invited to call April B 3m and examine the same -- ITALIAN MARBLE To tlie LadicH Lace curtains neatly Iaundried for MASTIX BROS o0 different styles of children Sailor 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also Second grade Xew Orleans Mo Â¬ Hats only 23 cents at A Harris St done up in the best style by lasses 30 cents per gallon at Miv S Clair street FRANK J BULL China Tea Sets of Buckleys for 3 0 pieces at Call and ee our sample Binder Reaper and Mower Agent Famous Dayton Laundry m Dont buy a china toilet set until J Bohannans Mr Sol Marcosson the cele- Â¬ brated violinist assisted by the best musical talent of the city will give a vocal and instrumental concert at the Opera House on Messrs C W and H Fincel Wednesday evening April 20th Seats for sale at Barretts on Mon- Â¬ will open their meat store on Tuesday in the room on the cor- day The price of admission will fifty cents with no extra charge ner of Second and Bridge streets be for reserved seats in their new block Â¬ Mr Charles Bridgcford has pur- Â¬ chased a lot on Washington street from Mr R M Aldridge and will erect a frame residence upon it in a short time at Weitzels Hall ing Immense stock of cutlery razors A very pleasant hop was given straps scissors at the big anvil house on Monday evenÂ¬ Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes For cheap hats and bonnets go to you see Buckleys spring goods Will be open in a few days Lawn Mowers Arc at Martin Bros 31 Sam D Johnsox Co We have a full line of Thompson Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Boston Shoe Store St Clair street and P L corsets in all styles and Fok Sale Carriage one or two A Harris stock of Kid Gloves prices Weitzel ODonxell horse which will seat six persons Corsets Handkerchiefs and Hosiery Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Will sell or trade for a good horse is the largest in the city m it E J Pa kk eh Best New Orleans Molasses V cents For childrens hats go to Sam I per gallon at Mrs S J Bohannans 31 Johnson Co HorsE roil IlExr A small cot- Â¬ tage Apply to Dennis Murphy The most particular man in town For the balance of the season L B Marshall will sell Buff Cochin White will have no trouble in selecting a How is it that you can go to Buck Â¬ This firm seems leys and buy queensware so cheap Leghorn Brown Leghorn Black hat at McClures Java Black Spanish and Wyandotte to have the happy faculty of pleasing Thats easy he buys from first hands all tastes eggs 13 for 100 in large quantities m Garden fertilizers at Mustin Bros Carpets Oil Cloth and Rugs at Northern Seed Early Rose Bur 29 not be beat by any prices which will bank and Snowflake potatoes 200 house in the city at Weitzel iVr O Don- Natural gas has been struck at per barrel at Mrs S J Bohannans nells Frankfort and so have prices to suit Fok kext A store room in Belle Large assortment of trimmed and the people on everything nice and point Apply to R C Nicol Â¬ cheap in chinaware at J T Buck untrimmed hats and bonnets at 31 Sam D Johxsox Cos leys Foil ItEXT A two story frame The latest patterns in Dress Goods residence with five rooms and cellar If you want a stylish Hat or Bon Â¬ net madt call early and leave your such as canvass cloth in all shades on the corner of Logan and Campbell order as I am rushed in that de Â¬ only 0 cents a yard at A Harris St streets Gas in the house and water in the yard Clair street Apply to W C Hern partment A IIakkis m don St Clair street Boston Shoe Store St Clair street W fc of Gray Church ar- Â¬ A large number of young Wm Dawson who was people were present and enjoyed rested charged with forgery themselves greatly Workmen are scaffolding the steeple of the Catholic Church in order to repair the cross that is The disconnected at the top is 158 feet high steeple on The festival and bazar given by the ladies of the Episcopal Church at the Court House Tuesday evening was a grand success the reOn the fourth day of April two ceipts amounting to about three years ago the wife of Mr Albert hundred dollars Rodgers who resides two miles Mr W J Hughes having de- from this city in the Cedar Run presented him termined to remove to Louisville neighborhood with twins and on the 4th of this offers his residence in South Frankfort for sale It is a very month one of his cows had twin As the locality seems desirable piece of property and can calves good for the production of pairs be had at a bargain we would suggest that he call his Mr W H Culter of this city place Twins Farm agent for Messrs D H Baldwin Hoes rakes lawn mowers at the Co returned Thursday from a anvil house of Gray it Church trip through Scott and Owen counJohn Peyton and Thomas Pey ties having sold three pianos and ton charged with breaking into two organs on his trip o the store room of Lazarus P Col R D Allen will remove Hulett at Benson in this county to Louisville in June and conduct were tried before Esq McDonald a military school at the Nichols last Saturday John Peyton was place near that city Gen R T discharged and Thomas Peyton P Allen will continue to conduct waived an examination and was the Kentucky Military Institute at held over to the circuit court in a Farmdale bond of 500 in default of which The regular monthly conclave he was committed to jail of Frankfort Commandery No 4 D Capt Peebles of Jas K T will be held on Thursday Charleston West Virginia died evening next at their asylum in on Sunday afternoon at the boardOdd Fellows Temple at which ing house of Mr Thos Shockley time the annual election of officers after a short illness with pneumo will take place A full attendance nia He had been in this city but of the Sir Knights is desired a short time in the employ of the A bald eagle measuring six Western Feather Renovating Comfeet eight inches was found dead pany and took cold during the The on the farm of Mr W W Jett heavy snow of March 30th near Jetts Station on Thursday of remains were sent to his home O last week with a bullet hole in his Tuesday night on the C He was a soldier in the body It is supposed to have train been shot by some one in or near Confederate army during the war this city and was able to fly that and a member of the Masonic fra ternity far before death ensued Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ last Monday was tried before Esq McDonald on Tuesday and dis- Â¬ charged He proved he had au- Â¬ thority to sign his wifes name and was her agent and did all the business A full hearing was had and his whole connection with the business was shown to the satis- Â¬ faction of the court Â¬ Place your farms and town lots for A full variety of Landreths gar Â¬ sale with Win P Scott He will den seeds fresh at Chapman advertise them thoroughly tf Gayles old Market House Corner 2Mf Save money by buying groceries 30 from J Heeney South Side Good apple vinegar 20 cents per gallon at Airs S J Bohannans We are daily receiving additions to our millinery stock 31 Galvanic flattery Sam D Sohxsox Co cell Galvan Â¬ It will pay you to see my new ic An eighteengood Mcintosh for sale as new Battery as stock of goods and my low prices E II Taylor Apply to whether you buy or not 2iMt At Ky Penitentiary A Haiikis St Clair street Boston Shoe Store St Clair street We can show you one of the pret- Â¬ Young housekeepers can save mon- Â¬ parasols and ey by calling at Buckleys tiest and cheapest line of fans eer shown in the city Fon Sale A good second hand WEITZEL ODOXXELL piano for sale at a bargain Apply at Boston Shoe Store St Clair street this office 20 tf -- I tL W HVhcn sho was When Bby was sick yro gave her Castoria a Child sho cricil for Castoria sho clung to Castoria When sho became Mia When aha bad Children sho gave them Castoria only by the Califor- Â¬ Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ tive It is the most easily taken and the mot pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system nia Fig Syrup Manufactured when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure etc For sale in 10 cent and bottles by Chapman Gayle -- Syrup of Figs habitual constipation indigestion tf 100 All grades of tlour away below mill priced at J Heeneys South Side 30 Â¬ If you want to see the latest novelties in Dress Goods at astonishingly low prices call tit A Harris Full supply of artists materials at South Side drug store Â¬ For early cabbage plants apply to L B Marshall or Win Wright Dont fail to come and see my stock of big bargains before pureliashing A Hakkis elsewhere St Clair street Parasols in all the new styles and prices to suit the times at Weitzel ODonnells Boston Shoe Store St Clair street m A large all linen Towel for 10 cents at A Harris St Clair street All goods bought guaranteed and 30 delivered by J lleeney Â¬ If you want Landreths fresh gar Car Â¬ nell den seeds go to LeCompte penters line of P K Plaid Muslin and In Â¬ dia Linen ever brought to this city Boston Shoe Store St Clair street Bruis s Sores Ulcers Salt The newest and prettiest line of Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Gingham both Scotch and American Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptions and positively cures in all patterns cheap at A Harris Piles or no pay required It is guar St Clair street anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 2o cents per Ready mixed paints at LeCompte box For sale by Joe LeCompte Carpenters South Side drug store Rliucmatism and Neural- We have the largest assortment of gia Cured in 2 Days mixed paints ever brought to Frank Â¬ The Indiana Chemical Ca have fort and guarantee them discovered a compound which acts Chapman A Gayle with truly marvelous rapidity in the 2S tf cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia Old Market House Corner We guarantee it to cure anv and Boston Shoe Store St Clair street every case of acute lnflammatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 Foil Salk ok Hkxt My brick XXS uml to Sivo immediate re Â¬ cottage on the corner of Shelby and lief m chronic eases and effect a Possession given speedy cure Campbell streets On receipt of 30 cents in two cent about the first of May stamps we will send to anv adtlress 29 3t N F lliciiAUDSOX the prescription for this wonderful compound which can be filled bv Dr W Seeger Dentist Xo 723 your home druggist at small cost West Jefferson street Louisville We take this means of giving our Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ ting it out as a patent medicine i ty 30 3m being much less expensive We will gladly refund money if satisfaction Foil Kkxt Three unfurnished not given rooms corner of St Clair and Clinton The Indiana Chemical Co streets Apply to Weitzel ODon Crawfordsville IiuU Cuts Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world 1 rh v for 1- - t E r w- - I have the largest and mm Boston Shoe Store St Clair street cheapest Greatly Excited Â¬ For pure drugs at honest prices go to Chapman Gayles old Market 29 tf House Corner My lino of striped and plain Cham- bry can not be surpassed A Hakkis St Clair street Â¬ Not a few of the citizens of Frank Â¬ Mortise machine- and fort have recently became greatlv ex Â¬ foot power scroll saw cheap for cash cited over the astounding facts that several of their friends who had been Apply to Mrs M R Wayts pronounced by their physicians in Â¬ Seeger Dentist makes curable and beyond all hope suffer Â¬ Dr W M ing with that dreaded Â¬ teeth without plates and gold crowns sumption have been monster Con completely on roots a specialty No 723 West cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the only remedy Jefferson street Louisville Ky that does nostivelv euro nil rhmit 30 3m and lung diseases Coughs Colds My motto Quick sales small Asthma and Bronchitis at Trial Bottles free Jos Le profits and square dealing Comttes Drug Store Large size 30 bottles 100 J Heexky 1 Fon Salic 1 I 9T K ammssammmmmmammmmmmmMmmmmsmssmimKmsssBs y vv ixmrniWi Tzrrr uwawfcrsrvr w v v r t j t r v njit Tir rnra ir s 6 f V vi j w---- -- i iilrl inTii V iFinnif in YTi l1 t IV tv V He F h v m - become of it Have we free trade Anions the Colored Citi- - denying any knowledge of the Blood and Money and sailors rights If so please truthfulness of the charge zens Tho blood of ninn haw to tlo in inform poor old benighted Zeke The facts arc that I never shaping his notions duringmuchpilgrimnge zeke yocum s lvis On by o ir h sought to become a member of through this troublesome world regard Impressions of Hon Jerry Long of all account of the uncertainty earthly matters allow mc to the I rank fort Heating Company less of tho nmonnt of present or expect Â¬ the Democratic candidate for make some in suggestions First We are moving along quietly cither on the ground floor or ant money is inn pocket or stored nwny ap Â¬ Representative of Shelby county conceded fact that every State official have their with a few exceptions such as as a stockholder and I have de- bank nsIt our blood makes usthat wo tho pear and Mr Long is not generally known pictures taken and placed in the those midnight street walkers clined employment on behalf of purer tho blood tho happier heallhior throughout the county he being State Capitol and wiser wo oft as sacred relics of generally make They first get the company although solicited prettierinterrogatory arohenco theblood re He is a man of fine a farmer your V past glories and there kept to re drunk then turn off the gas and by two different members to ren- Â¬ peated puro streams ofhow is giving fluid With education with sense enough to life mind for future generations of the fight quarrel and disturb every der services for a fair compensa- coursing through our veins bounding go to the U S Senate His age through our hearts and ploughing through great Democrat partv good citizen in the vicinity espe- tion I suppose to be about seventy five our physicnl frnmes our mortils Bill Bradley with his Black cially on north Lewis or Buffalo Fairness can impute to mc none butter our constitution stronger become years just in the prime of life He Republican allies will soon take street We do not wonder that but the purest motives and I will telleetual faculties move acuto and our in Â¬ grand is not a handsome man strictly possession of the State and niggers Solomon should say Look not add that all the incorporators er and men women and children hnppier sober upright in all his relations and and more lovely poor white trash will have it upon me wine wnen it is rcci known to me arc men for whom I healthierunprecedented demand tho un Â¬ Tho He is a Mason in morals of life all their way With the Bradley when it moveth itself aright for at entertain the warmest personal paralleled curative powers and tho un Â¬ is not a member cf any church trouble and an empty treasury the last it bitcth like a serpent and esteem and among whom I num mistakable proof from thoso of unim Â¬ was raised by Methodist parents peachable character and integrity point but partakes largely of the old high taxes and no unity in the stingcth like an adder Who ber those who have befriended ine with an unerring linger to B B 13 Bo tanic Blood Hard Shell Baptist belief his wife party some in favor of Civil Ser- hath woe Who hath sorrow on more than one occasion I can cheapest tho Balm as far tho best the vice Reform while others are Who quickest and tho grandest hath contentions Who assure the editor of the Argus is an excellent Christian lady who claiming that to the victor be- hath babblings Who hath wounds that ingratitude is no part of my and tho most powerful blood remedy ever being a member of that denomi boforo known to mortal man in tho re Who hath red nature and I would disabuse his lief and postivo cure of Scrofula Rheuma Â¬ He is a kind good man longs the spoils together with without a cause nation They that tarry mind of the impression that I am tism Skin diseases all taints of blood to the poor a friend of education incompetent leaders is it any ness of eyes poison Kidney complaints wonder that Uncle And now an enemy to progress or to the sores cancers catarrh etc old ulcers and routicaiiv ne nas always been a Zeke Yocum want toPeter and long at the wine emigrate what is the remedy for this great development of Frankfort enterB B B is only about three years old n Democrat with one exception Contemplating on the above evil There is no remedy so prises baby in age a giant in power but no He voted for Horace Greelev the in For two weeks the editor of the remedysuchAmerica can make or ever has But father of the Black Republican makes me so sick that I feel like great as the grace of God made a wonderful showing in its partv Who is it that has not the gal did She said she was God has been pleased to use Argus has battled for exclusive magical powers in curing and entirely and what in- privilege to the Frankfort Heat Â¬ eradicating tho above complaints and sinned at some time in life There fond of dancing but it always instrumentalities made her puke With a heavy strumentalities are to be named ing Company and the good peo gigantic sales in tho faco of frenzied op was never a charge of any kind position and would be moneyed monopo I will cease contemplating by the side of prohibition Said a ple have looked in vain for the lists against his character until he be- heart Letters from all points where introduced came a candidate for office the subject further Hoping the poor victim of intemperance with statement of some public service aro pouring in upon us speaking in its now doc- Â¬ his company would render to Charge first That he hung obnoxious cow bill will be re his bottle at his side pealed at the next session and tor I want you to strike at the entitle it to the privilege it claims loudest praise Some say they B receive Vonderhide who was hanged in more benellt from one bottle of B B that Gov Knott may live a long root of my disease Lifting his No sensible reasons have come than they havo from twenty and ilfty and Shelbyville for murder even ono deCharge sccona That he is an and prosperous life I will soon cane the doctor shattered his from that source Tirade sneers coction ofhandred bottles of a boastedroots inert and non medicinal close this letter and give what whisky bottle If we could shat- Â¬ and personal abuse are the only and branches of common forest trees Atheist which is false as every news there is I beg leave We hold the proof in Jilack and white and ter the vessels of alcoholic drink arrows in his quiver intelligent man knows that he When train No 2 pulled in on if we could drive out the demon to inform the Argus that I have wo also hold tho fort could not be a Mason and be an last County Court day there was from our land it would be a no vanities either personal ot proAtheist All who desiro full information about not a drunken man aboard greater deliverance than when fessional to gratify by backing the cause and euro of Blood Poisons So far as Zeke Yocum is conMrs Murphy of Jones Station God removed the curses from my opinions with my name Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers cerned I must say in candor that Sores Kidney Complniuts was visiting her daughter Mrs Hgypt What right have the Few perhaps have cared to CatarrhRheumatism sccete by mail free a he does not like that vote for etc Rose Driscol Her health has Legislatures to license a traffic know my true name and the edi copy of our can Horace Greeley Remove that lilushated Book of which has done more to ruin our tor of the Roundauout can satis- Wonders tilled with tho most wonderful stain from his political record greatly improved Mrs J A Bell has returned people than anything under the fy any curiosity on this point and startling proof ever before known Jerry Long would be a man in BLOOD BALM CO from Louisville she having spent sun We are afraid of the pesti- My name is an humble one and Address whom there is no guile He Atlanta Ga claims that no man is a better a month with her daughter Mrs lence and enact our laws of quar the part I have played by comFor sale by W II AVERILL March 19 lm Democrat than he is With all Jessie Tierney who is now in good antine but we license the sale of menting and questioning has been health that which lays a train of mental an humble one and if no other 1 clue deference to Mr Long Remind your readers of the sale physical and moral disease behind good results from the discussion modestly affirm that Zeke Yocum of the churches May 1st 1SS7 it worse than any plague besides the radical change in the wears the belt over him in that reTwo Baptist one Campbellite and Among the sick Mrs Ross views of the editor of the Argus I never voted for Mr spect one Methodist Lee is very low on the subject of monopolies I Greeley G W Neal a graduate of the Miss Butcher in South Frank- Â¬ shall feel that my efforts have not Dear nephew do you suppose been in vain that there could be found in Ken- Â¬ Bible College Lexington Ky fort is very sick will preach at this place on the Mr Berry Johnson was taken One week ago nothing but an tucky six men who would ac He is a suddenly ill the other day and exclusive privilege for his natural knowledge that they voted for first Sunday in May ung man who has come up had to be carried home where he gas company would satisfy him Greeley Suc is at present Now he boldly proclaims we are If Mr Long is elected the through much tribulation cess to you Geene Miss M J Roxborough one of opposed to all monopolies county court will not be under the Died At Hatton Ky April the teachers at the public school This change of views will cer- Â¬ painful necessity of electing a set 10 1S87 little Charlie infant son is very sick tainly be followed by severing his of commissioners at four dollars a Miss Nancy Washington eighty- - connection with a company whose day to go to Frankfort to watch of Thomas and Rosa Driscol Weep not dear parents you will four years old grandmother of principles he has deserted and can him for fear he would offer some bill that the people of Shelby meet little Charlie over the river Rev G H Burks is still very no longer conscientiously defend I sick yet This loss to the monopoly will secounty did not want if he did soon where there is no death sympathize with you in your loss The protracted meeting at St cure to the people one who will vote for Greeley Monday was County Court day Johns A M E Church closed now doubtless ciiampion tneir Mr Long was at Hatton on Stock of all kinds last Sunday night with 118 addi cause with vigor and as an evi Tho most wonderful Pain las Saturday shaking hands with in Shelbvville dence of his sincere repentance Curer tlie world has over the dear people He stopped at sold at good prices A very tions known Your money will The First Baptist Church are we may expect him to subscribe first and presented his large crowd of people in attendthe depot bo returned if not found ance and not a drunken man on still engaged in a protracted meet- largely to the stock of the peoclaims to all present all of whom as represented Local option pre- Â¬ ing Frankfort ples company the were Republicans When told the streets Died Daughter of Mrs Betty Natural Gas and Oil Company all present were Republicans he vails in the entire county Vardi mans Hotel excepted Capt Collins on Tuesday The fune which has already commenced Children Cry for Pitchers sdid that he loved them too and Castorin if elected would guard their inter Puckett was nominated by the ral was preached at the First Bap- operations and placed its stock Abolition party for the Legisla tist Church Wednesday evening on the market at reasonable figest in common with others He is a nice gentleman Exchange will meet Fair Play Im proud to sec that dear old ture Zeke cant vote for him at The Ladies Hallecks on Mero ures but Mrs Melia Frankfort is waking up Pres- Will now close This letter leaves street to night Obituary ident K P Bryan Co are boring me well but very sad Please M Personals Rev Ayers April Died at frr gas Success to you Bro give the Democratic Central Com- pastor of the Christian Church at Viuoima her home near FrankfortCrutcher2 1887 WE HAVE THIS YKAU AN UNSURPASSED De wife if Washington Whilst E P Bryan is mittee of Franklin county my best Bryan was foitj elylit jeats of aw stock of Fruit and Lexington was in our city this ceased six jears luul been a eunMstent and lor active tuentj boring for gas Peter Jett John L wishes and tell them not to give week Irassy Spring Church member of ORXAHKNTAL TREES tahe leaves to mourn her los a devoted hus Lucas Larry Han up but to fight the Black RepubTobin Mr Mrs G H Burks is visiting band ami eight clilhlreu all ot whom were around Snipe Vines Asparagus and B even Cyrus Calvert nen John licans with all their power And friends at Nicholasville where tier lu her last moments but love the tender iiiIulstritioiiH of their unselfish and the Hambleton and others are boring you my dear nephew may you her husband had charue last eareful attendance of the bvst medical skill were FJEOTJIS Sod has culled me were heruords unavailing with gas So you sec my dear and the dear old Roundabout year Send for general Nursery and Strawberry Cata and lu response she willingly laid down her lifes logues Wo havo no agents but sell at honest burden ot care and buttering boy there is some difference in prosper Her life was one of unpretentious labor for the prices The last Master Treading ever lu the path of duty she the two campanies Love to every body but the spoke often wotds of comfort to tho storm tossed Exclusive Privileges company has been using Republicans to named child or extended her hand to help some one to risn from the dark depths of sin The world only for the last fifteen years gas From your dear uncle heard not from her of these deeds of Christian H F HILLENMEYER love but the grutetul recipients now tell the Editor Hounduboiit Moss Backs with some success debt they owe Zeke Yocum Feb lKm Lkxinoion Kv a time will expire in Kentucky in lalu mid sickness The editor of the Argus seems and peacefully she were met without lustmanner as the sank to rest 1888 and that old firm of Jett unable to comprehend why I can shadows of twilight were mantling the IHrth she valley of shadow of death the COLLINS BRO Co will be filed away with the old differ with him and other mem entered the dawned tho her mid the splendors 0 upon morning light Over forty of the bone and sin- Â¬ blighter far than this and the ejo ota home papers ew of our community have emi bers of the Frankfort Heating olfatth may see her now prepared for a seat upon DEALERS IN Dr Will O Bradley will be grated in the last six weeks And Company concerning the extent the right hand ot the throne of led Ah sing o birds upon the tree GENERAL elected Governor of Kentucky no wonder when it costs as much of the powers of that company King ring 1 our voice clear and pure which will be the means of putting as seventy five cents to haul a dray witnout Deing actuated oy per Drown with uur song our heartfelt woe And strive this aching wound toe uie grievances Mr Jett and Mr Yocum on the load of goods from Lock No 4 sonal motives or Oh would like thee wo knew no woe retired list of old fogies Jm no to the town of Belle Point Truly In discussing my motives for dar No doubtlngs chill within our breast politician but Im a Democrat we live in an age of magnanimity ing to venture a difference of opinThen might we to our Father trust And know our loved ones gone to rest 1 dont know what the Democrats The crisis as re ion he makes the remarkable and enterprise and Uuilfling Material Paints Oil Glass Rest rest how sweetly full the words my whole grievteach but one thing I do know gards Frankfort is upon us The discovery that Lime Cement Kternul rest from every woe and that is we oppose every town is dead to sclhsnness is it ance arises because I was not per- Oh lot by her so richly earned No sorrow there shell ever know Blacksmiths and Wagon Hikers Material thing the Republicans advocate any wonder that her young people mitted to go into the Frankfort I3ut sitting at the Fathers side Heating Company on the ground If Im wrong will the Chairman are leaving a sinking ship A radiance fulling round her loriu Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new rests floor This statement comes Theresafe forthe loved one lately loststorm of the Democratic Central Com- Â¬ All aje from lifes tough J L line of Wall Paper and Decorations A May Ckomwkll mittee of Franklin county please forth with such force and emphaand at very lowest prices Cor me sis as to startle the editor himself correct Im ready to Uroadway aud Lewis Streets doctrine advocate Democratic Job Work neatly exe- Â¬ for in the next sentence his native DIED Will he also please inform me in In this cltr on Friday afternoon ut 2 oclock FRANKFORT nonestV scorns tlie expression KENTUCKY What has cuted at this office regard to the tariff and succeeds in asserting itself by Feb- - 24 tf KUCLLA UAJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lettcr lrom Zeke Yocum Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T 1 1 1 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TREESTREES SCIjXj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Direct E the Planter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Unt jsSJji -- - li i 4jVtfU 4 fAtf iV UtAnis - J IWfeXR w 7 T AJ f WTTWl tT -k i t y 1 Bit -- - Sterling Letter 1 1 b tea Mt Sterling Kv April Dear Roundabout 1 87 promised to drop you a letter occasionally when I came to this I have been so closely place confined to business and by sickness in my family that I have not been able to comply with that promise before but will now at- Â¬ tempt to write some sort of a let ter at least Well My first impression of this place was that its name was a misnomer for I did not sec the mount But as is often the case first impressions may be erroneous After a more careful view of the town and its environs I must ad mit that the mount or succession of mounts are verily here I find that there are about 5000 people inhabiting this stirring lit- Â¬ tle city There is a large amount of business transacted in all lines of trade except in distilleries and this fact is emphasized when I tell you that there are four bank Â¬ ing houses required to furnish the capital that is necessary to be leaving out the street used brokers There are a number of wholesale establishments that seem to be doing a fair business The great and crying need of Mt Sterling is however as is the case with dear old Frankfort another railroad to lift the heavy hand of the present monopoly in that line that is grinding the very life out of its people As an illus- Â¬ the coal mines that fur- Â¬ tration nish as fine coal as there is in the world are only about two hours ride on the car Coal can be bought at the mines at 4 to 6 cents and yet we have to pay the same price for that article that you do in Frankfort sixty one miles further off The freight rates on local travel from Lexing- Â¬ ton to this place are twenty eight cents per hundred and very small hundreds at that This much by way of parenthesis Another crying need of the city is a real first class hotel The present accommodations in that line are simply execrable There is travel and traffic enough here to A pay well two first class hotels stranger alighting from the train at rrydnight is liable to break his neck over the first obstruction he may chance to meet as there are no street lamps to guide him He finally finds his way to the best hotel the Turner House which is very small though comfortably furnished and where you can get very good plain fare But there are no accommodations for families at all except at private boaid These by the way ing houses are numerous neat clean and which is a remarkable fact very cheap in price Rents are to one accustomed to Frankforts high rates dirt cheap You can rent a comfortable house of from five to eight rooms for just about half what you pay in Frankfort A fact which strikes a stranger rather oddly is that nearly all the churches are grouped together on one street and within a short distance of each other This is a great place for attending church which speaks well for its people and when the services are over on Sunday the streets are almost im passable for a short while for the rockaways carriages buggies c filled with handsomely dress boys ed ladies and gentlemen and girls The people seem to be warm hearted and sociable Some of them at least try to make a stranger feci at home There are a great many very fine residences especially on Maysville street where everything that min isters to the eye and taste are ar ranged in old fashioned Ken Â¬ tucky home style Public feeling has been running rather high here for the past few days occasioned by the incarcera- Â¬ a tion of John J Cornclison in the county prominent lawyer jail under three years sentence for the memorable assault and cow- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hiding of Judge Richard Reid The feeling is a rather bitter one on both sides Take it all in all it was a deplorable thing all the way One poor woman sits in round widows weeds to mourn her dead while another with eight small children and in delicate health is left penniless to bear the weary God pity burden of lifes battle them all That old and venerable pioneer compeer of Daniel Boone Col Dick Tale has been around this part of the vineyard viewing the premises and trying to make a home run with the States finances for the next two years Heres to you Col Im backing you for that place with the last nickle Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons have just commenced operations a few days ago at their distillery near this place Their The brand is the New Market spring from which they get their water supply is the finest vein of pure cold water that it has ever been my good fortune to look It never varies upon and taste in the hotest weather more than two degrees from its present temperature which is 52 degrees Fahrenheit It comes out from under the bluff in a bold stream as large as a mans body and in the dryest seasons gives an abundant supply not only for the distillery but to the inhabitants of a large secIts tion of country round about qualities are just such as will give tone and flavor to the whisky be Â¬ ing manufactured by this enterprising and energetic firm It is amusing to one who is accustomed to such things to see the morbid curiosity manifested by so many who have visited this distillery and to hear their comments and questions There arc several former Frankfort people here in business Prominent among them are Messrs Gayle Julian who are doing a fine business in drugs and fancy They are clever and rearticles liable young men and we rejoice in their well doing The prospect is good for a new railroad running through this place Kentucky and The Charleston Western Railroad is arranging to run their line from Newport to Carlisle Mt Sterling Sharpsburg and on out tap the through routes and in Virginia and Tennessee then when Frankforts road is run out to Paris it will more than likely connect here with that route God speed the day of its accomplishment I came near forgetting to say that there are two weekly papers published here The Sentinel Dem ount and The Gazette Both very good papers but the Gazette seems to have the call as it has more energy and vim about it and arranges its news items and local affairs in better shape But I find my pencil is running God Good bye too rapidly in the dear old town bless you all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Letter from Mr Darnic 74 Boston April Chester Square 12 1 1887 j Â¬ Observer 12 Letter From Kaunas Topeka Kan April 1887 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Will Buckley and S C Cryer left here yesterday Tues day for Los Angeles California We met Dr Hatchitt at St Louis looking well and was well pleased with his prospects in Kansas Topeka has four railroads five State buildings and all other modern improvements and all busi Frankfort has been ness is good trying to do the same with one railroad and most people know the result Headquarters for Frankfort peo pie appears to be at the Stansberry House Central street Kansas City where we met Messrs Lan don Coleman John L Jones Tim Wright and George Forbes All of them appear to be others working but I think the greatest demand in this sectionis for laborers teamsters and stone masons Mr Henry Julian of Frankfort appears to be quite up to the times in booming real estate and J R Kansas City Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editor Roundabout All that has ever been said against the climate of New Eng land would not prepare one for what he has to endure when he I have comes to try it in person been here just four months and four days and positively the first really agreeable day to be out of doers since I came was last Sun Â¬ Of course we do not expect day winter days as a rule to be inviting but I do not now recall a year previous to this in which there was not occasionally something approaching a pleasant day in Feb ruary and March Such heavy snows such sudden changes such piercing cast winds such long continued ice on the pavements and slush on the crossings I never At this moment I saw before can take you to a section of one street where a cake of ice a foot thick yet covers the side of it Oh But this has been an unsays the usual winter in Boston I never knew oldest inhabitant says the a winter in all my life Nye witty Bill that was not unusual Grant it to have been twice as bad as any that New Eng Â¬ land ever had before it would still remain unparalleled in my own ex- Â¬ Do I seem to write perience I have feelingly on the subject I he neuralgic pains a reason to which rack my head arc enough to kindle resentment in a much more forgiving heart than mine I have thoroughly demonstrated that the bad reputation of this An old climate is fully deserved lady once said that she was absolutely sure the doctrine of total I depravity is true for said she know it by a blessed experience And in the same authentic way so am I aware of the total pepravi ty of New England weather The only thing about it is that no reports hitherto published have ever done its badness justice The half has never been told and can not be The church to which I minister is a small one of but 160 members and has been established in its present quarters but a little more than two years Its membership is very much scattered and covers an area of about ten miles square I am glad to say that it is showing signs of prosperity and is withal a very active little body of Chris- Â¬ tians We have recently held four as special meetings weeks of they are called here doing all the We received preaching myself during these meetings about a There is dozen new members one thing about a Boston church that would strike a Kentuckian at It works on a the first glance cold collar It is little less than a crime in these parts for people to get excited and specially on reReligious work is done on ligion principle and conviction Enthusiasm with the genuine Bostonian He never gushes is a lost art about any thing He is as uninv passioned as the granite hills that Of course such surround him people make very staunch and usemembers but one ful church naturally enjoy seeing them would mix a little more responsiveness and human feeling with their As a rule however Christianity the membership of a New Eng in efficiency will land church average as high if not higher than in any other section of the counÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it with new life spread it out in every direction and so transform it that it will not know itself Pay ing quantities of natural gas mean facilities for manufacturing which should at once attract manv capi talists from all over the State and a competing line of railroad should furnish the cheap rates for shippers which they require The two combined ought to bring Frank fort its long needed boom I know that the Roundabout is a local and social paper rather than a political At the same time it is a newspaper and it has occurred to me a number of times in glancing over its interesting and well filled columns never more so than now that a brief weekly re sume of State politics giving simply facts without unnecessary expressions of opinion is one thing the paper lacks Mr editor pardon the presumption of the suggestion but you know that every body understands ijore about how a newsDaper should be run than those who are running it Couldnt you for the information of a good many readers outside of Kentucky and possibly for a few even in Franklin county give about three ur four inches a week to a condensed statement of what is doing in the State just now in the political line Certainly there must be a slight simmering if not a considerable boiling of the political pot by this time with the Democratic convention onlv a few weeks off I see the weekly Cornier- Journal but it is as silent as the Roundabout Our eastern papers are utterly devoid of Kentucky news Give us I repeat a little politics It fills me with sorrow to read of the members who have fallen even in the brief time since I left your community And so many of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Indianapolis April 14 18S7 Editor Roundabout Is is well to call the attention of Frankfort to the fact that Mr E P Bryan and his associates arc not receiving that liberal aid and support that is necessary to develop Frankforts gas interest Experts say they will never be satisfied that there is no gas in Frankfort till at least three wells arc put down 2coo feet Iivlianapolis has through Judc Martcndalc three wells in progress Yester day the Twelth street well lost its drill at 400 feet line and has stopped till a tool can be sent from Cleveland to recover it See what Richmond Ind has done Frankfort ought to be drilling day and night Too much time has I enclose clip already been lost pings from Mondays and Wednes days Nexvs Yours etc W R Watson Â¬ Â¬ vi i GAS WELL A NOTES Â¬ shadows we pursue To every afflicted heart and home my tender sympathy goes out Let us be patient There is wisdom in the hand that smites And there is also love We are all at school Many severe tasks are set us We often say through bitter tears wo cannot possibly master them But we can and we shall And when our education is at last complete and our day of graduation comes we shall rejoice in every severe trial through which we have been called to pass and be glad in all the hard lessons which under the divine tuition we have had to learn in order to be filled for heavens unending commenceGeorge Darsie ment Â¬ Â¬ them full of the expectation of life at the time of my departure What shadows we are and what Uncle Billys Tavern Mr T B Lea is breaking corn ground for Mr J Sargent Dave Hockersmith is living on Mr Frank Blaydes farm for this Â¬ Natural Gas Company has been formed at Ladoga Montgomery county The Galveston Natural Gas and Oil Company commences drilling for gas to day W H Porter Co of Lima Ohio are contractors Gas well No at Muncie was shot Saturday about noon with eighty quarts of nitro glycerine with very satisfactory results It is pronounced one of the very best wells yet bored The Greuncastle Gas and Oil Companys directors have awarded the contract for well No 1 to Messrs Laney Churchill contractors of Indianapolis They are to begin operations at once Tho gas well in this city is down nearly three hundred feet and drilling is pro gressing rapidly Wabash is determined to have natural gas The Jonesboro well has developed into a regular gusher said to be the best in the State GnEENsntmo Ind April 13 The gas drill at a depth of 000 feet twenty in the Trenton rock struck a vein of gas at 045 this morning Tho Trenton rock i porous therefore the State Geologist says tho indications are very favorable Tho flow was lighted and burned forty feet high at 12 oclock On petition of citizens the Richmond City Council has pased a resolution ap to bo used in boring propriating i10 for gas The object is to thoroughly test the field near Richmond and perhaps ad jacent towns and determine whether it is necessary to go to tho known lield and pipe to tho city as proposed in organiz ing a citizens association with 00000 capital if it proves necessary A sensational story comes from Warren Huntington county A short time ago a good flow of oil was struck at that place and experts pronounce the well better than the first one drilled in the Lima Ohio oil district A man was employed to bring overland from Lima a quantity of nitro glycerine and shoot the well The well was shot and ruined It is alleged that tho Lima man is in tho employ of the Standard Oil Company and thattho great corporation does not desiio tho de velopments of new fields Judge Martindalo states that tho boring at Bridgeport has reached a depth of 500 feet and that there is now some delay owing to tho necessity for taking out the casing so as to deepen it The workmen expect to strike tho Trenton rock by this time next week Secretary Root of tho Indianapolis Natural Gas Company is credited with saying that over J70 feet has been reached at Brightwood and about the same depth at Twelfth street About seventy live feet has been pono trated at Broad Ripple lie is sanguine one or more of tho soveral voutures will strike gas Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ year Mr Buck Young gave a dance at his house on Thursday night April 7th Mr Ernest Vardiman of Mis souri is spending a few weeks with his friends in this State Mr John Magruder is very ill with his back and his lower limbs have given way and he is not able to work Mr Clint Showaltcrs lost his two red foxes last week and he said it grieved him worse than it did when his girl went back on him Mr John A Bell of this county has a large peach orchard and he says if the orchard bears this year his profits will be greater than the farmers who raise tobacco I have been reading Uncle Zekes letter for some time and I see where he has got four churches for sale one Campellite two Baptist and one Methodist these for sale and on a credit for twenty The reason why he is sell years on such long credit is he is a ing Reformer and he thinks that his church can get a few of our Bap tist Methodist and Campbellites to come into his church Â¬ Â¬ Its Delicacy of Flavor And the eiHeacy of its notion have rendered tlic famous liquid fruit rem Â¬ edy Syrup of Figs immensciv popu Â¬ lar It clonuses and tones iip the feverish system dispels hondneiias colds and fevers euros Habitual Con stipation Dyspepsia and the many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of the Kidneys livec anil Bowels For sale hi 50 cent and SI bottles by Cpapmvx fc Gayle Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal i A ti Â¬ Louisville TobaccoJUarket VUBNTHIIGD BY OLOYKH DUItllUTT THO IltlKTOllS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WARE Â¬ HOUSE Â¬ a I take a great interest in all the In affairs of dear old Frankfort it is with no little re Â¬ consequence try learn that many of its skillful mechanics its energetic young men and valuable citizens generally arc leaving for newer and more enterprising centers Frankfort needs all her west population and more too and in Â¬ stead of losing it ought to be gain ing 1 trust tne mucn taiKea 01 railroad will be speedily built and that such quantities of natural gas will be soon discovered as will bring the little old city among the hills a business boom that will fill gret that I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ j Sales on our markot for tho weok just closed amount to 1747 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 11L2 hhds Sales since- January 1st U hhds Wo have had anothor weok of dry weather conse quently continued light receipts and sales and wo quote a steady ttrm market for all grades of burley except trashy lugs they continue as we reported last week a little easier Wrapper scarce with n liberal de mand Old- hurleys unchanged There has been no do tint to news received as to the Spanish contract The following quo Â¬ tations represent tho market for now hur ley Dark Trash 200 to 300 Colory Trash 8100 to 400 Common Lugs not oolory 8100 to 400 Colory Lugs 450 to 000 Common Leaf not colory 400 to 550 Good Loaf 000 to 900 Fino Louf 1000 to 1500 - Â¬ Â¬ - - - a ml jmi fcftEkMbril 1 I rtiti fcirtifrW r I t v i fiyr ir A -r gr tv WW 4 J H t a Vr N TTTTifiTVj 1 l FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Educational Wc regret that some of the teachers of the City School took offense at our item in last weeks paper as nothing was more foreign to our thoughts than to cast any reflections or insinuations And have sold one half interest In business to Wc have upon any one of them always had the highest respect for S each and every teacher connected with the school and would dis And hereafter the stlo of the firm will bo dain to put anything before the Wonderful Cures public that would cast the least STATEN DEHONEY AV D Iloyt Co Wholesale and reflection upon them say Ami the business will continued old stand The teachers meeting last Sat- Eotnil Druggists of Jtome Gn New of Whlteshles it State be No 218 St at the street We have been sollinjr Jr Kings n Clair urday although small in number Discovery Electric Hitters and Beuk May 8 tt JOS T STATEN was very iTot lens Arnica Salvo for two years interesting Hrowdcrs talk on arithmetic Have novor liandlod remedies that C grammar and vocal music was sell as well or give such universal satisfaction There have been some very instructive and enjoyed by all wonderful euros effected by these General Insurance Agent present Col Iord is always at medicines in this city Several eases hirrsclf when talking to the teach of pronounced Consumption have Ofllce on Main St Opposite Farmers Bank been entirely REPRESENTING crs Next meeting will be the 2d bottles of Dr cured by use of a few Kings New Discovery Saturday in May when we hope taken in connection with Electric 15 Leading American and foreign Company Pro Â¬ Bitters We guarantee them always to see a full attendance WITH OVEll 1 the same as published Sold by Jos LeComnte gramme 10000000000 ASSETS for last meeting VERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- 1 ertv NEW PLAINING MILL Steamshipat lowest rates Agent Anchor Line of Prepaid Ticket sold from any point There will be an educational In Great Urlttaln or Ireland Aprl7 ly meeting of the Eleventh District held at Lawrcnceburg Anderson M county the 3d Saturday in May Coal and we hope every teacher and Ilavingreccntly added to his Establishment friend of the common schools in KINDS First Class Planing Mill SCREENED ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Full the district will be present Let Prompt Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Weight Bottom Prices Franklin not be behind the others at this meeting We hope to Telephone connection No 30 Blind Jrsm have the programme ready for 2ih Dc Mcldin publication next week CEO B MACHLUST The trustees must be careful in ALSO FRANKFORT a Y- takincr the school census not to DecB f Turning lap over into other districts as in Scroll Work Stair Work every case there will be a change Gotten out In the best style BUILDING LOT FOR SALE made by taking from the stronger Muyl5 tf So and giving to the weaker my Â¬ Ilostottcrs Stomach llittin 1 a medicinal safeguard nnhist uilictiCifitl lilliiencM upon which they i nu Implicitly 1 ply fcinee it prevents tho Ifivia of luutfl ntmopheret unaccustomed in liiiuiiule oiiic ulct lmil water or other conditions iiniiwmtlilo to hcnlth On long obliged urjoiuncvri In lati Â¬ tude adjacuntio tiio cimtr It Ijm rclnlly uselul in aprevcnthooillio febrile etiiuplalnta lUoi- - mill lunv ami dUordcM olthu cl which lira npt to attack nntlMs of the temperate znuoeiijournlnir or traveling in Mich regions and It m nn cveclleit protection ncnint the Infliienee of extreme cold bitdden changes of temperature exposure to damp or cMreme fiitlfrno It not only prevents Inter Â¬ mittent and remittent feer nml other dis Â¬ eases of n mnltirl d type lmt enidleatet them n fact which has lieen notorious Im- - oars im t in North mid South America Mexico the West Indies Aiisirilii nd other countries ANnggrBtlonioCii ra iif iubllc Tonrlstt cinitiauuti rl manner tllmi Hint NOTIGE istratrix of E Whlteshles deceased Interest in the Look Out Â¬ We Are Coming wc have removed our store from Ann St to THEPUIILIO IS IIKRKHY NOTIFIED TIIATv 1 have bought from Mrs Addle Garrett admin- his entire On account of an increase in our business Furniture and Undertaking Main Street Next Door to the Engine House Where wc propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky Wc have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz BUSINESS W DEHONEY OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS AVERY MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL TLOWS S MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS SADDLES MOWERS We have alio added to our stock Â¬ BUGGIES SURREYS ROAD CARTS AND HAKNESS f F HITCHES FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY rSSSKKKK Call and see us MASTIN BROS rr Buc3sle3r rflHnDJfspSSSaTi STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - J WAKEFIELD Choic Cheap Largest Stocfo Ever brought to this city in AND HBrr 1 Fancy Goods XjirctEsi stock Of all descriptions The Mm vf OF- j v wk STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ tote fair Co Sur Notice of Incorporation 18S7 Gabbletowu The better about terms apply at this ofllce It known A GOOD BUILDING LOT feet Is olfered for sale at 50 BY 833 OR aiO HHMHHlDu pi fftuVxin- j if HUH u bargain For 1 eb2G tf Brass Goods Goal Hods w V j A U mt snake this week which measured five feet in length Letitia a daughter of Mr Ed Smith has been quite sick but has improved some Mr Ed Smith who has been sick with chills for the past seven months has recovered Mr Charles Roberts has been returned to the Asylum at Anchor We think his recovery very age doubtful The funeral of Mrs Anderson Powers daughter will be preached on the first Sunday in May at the house of Mrs Power It will be preached byBro Burton gray mare Farmers are busy breaking corn ground in this community Born April 7th to Mr Walter Smith and wife a fine daughter Mr Jake Riddle killed a black sonally appeared before the Clerk of the Franklin County Court ttie tollonlng tunned persons John B Meek U E Gaines U V Williams Wm sick are all Cromwell George a Lewis W L Tanner L H Fliinell and L Keenon who signed and acknowl Â¬ Oat sowing is over edged articles of Incorporation under the provisPROPRIETOR L B MARSHALL ions of chapter 50 General Statutes to be known Beautiful weather for farmers bj thu inline iiuilbtjle of the Frankfort Natural R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg Â¬ ias ami Oil Company and said articles of Incor- Â¬ then Hied ior record The ill poration were lire the Incorporators of personsÂ¬ horns Buff Cochins Black Jnvas W F Mrs Lucinda Yount is ubote named said com B Spnnish pany and shall constitute Its board of directors with The principal place of transacting the business MARCH 1ST of said corporation shall be in Frankfort Ken- EGGS FOR SALE AFTER is Mrs Lizzie tucky and said corporation shall commence on 100 Per sotting of 18 the Jd day of April 1867 and terminate twenty ing a few weeks with Mrs V ears thereafter Feb 12 2in Said company bhall have perpetual succession Clark power to contract and be contracted with and the sue and be sued Implead and be Impleaded to Mr and Mrs H K take hold own and In anjwlse alien property a real pereonal and Clark on Sun- Â¬ and alter the same mixed to haveand common seai visited Mr W to establish at pleasure day last b laws and make rules and regulations for the management of the ailalrs of said company not Inconsistent with the Our friends are invited to help State or of the United Constitution or laws of this KY States The geneial nature of the business of said cor- Â¬ us to clean off our grave PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS poration shall be to develop produce utilize eon WILL Fidiiklln Carroll Gallatin Boone Owen Mt Zion ey and sell or In any otherwise dispose of pe- Â¬ troleum natural gas and salt water oranyof them and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals und which may be upon or come from any of the lands In the Federal Court Mr and Mrs Goins were which saldeompany may own lease or control or visiting Miss Etlmonia on upon which for any of such purposes ItnmylnuoÂ¬ or ucipilre the right and to these ends the compa last ny Is empowered to drill bore or In an wise sink and maintain wells for the purpose of producing petroleum natural gas and salt water Mr and Mrs Pres Pattie visited and construct lay maintain and operateor either derricks w buildings machinery tanks pipes receivers gas Â¬ Mr Hartford and family ometers warehouses manufactories and any on last oilier Improvements or appliances in or by means of which such petroleum gas und salt water or AND may be produced distributed sold dude has declined eitherand lor this purpose may construct or util- Â¬ luyand ized idea married and the operate conduit pipes of any kind and any other means to or from any of bald lands or other places girls are all sick in consequence und may acquire by lease or otherwise lands situ- Â¬ PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF In any portion of Franklin county buiuible counties und und I wonder if Uncle Yocum ated such uses and purposes Said corporation WILL give specialthe adjoining the purchase for attention to will also shall hae the right to comey natural gas from is still in notion of selling the without Into the city of Frankfort or within said and bale of real estate collection of tents claims distribute Campbellites Methodists and Bap city andtothere reasonable or sell the same or both Â¬ and the negotiation of loans Otlice opposite subject any regulations for the con A Christian tists venience and safety of to as said city may In the Inhabitants of said city June 2J ly govern the exercise of sell his own and churches mental powers deem proper to Impose itsSaid cor Â¬ poration before opening the ground In any street JAS ANDREW SCOTT JA8 A VIOLETT is a good Camp- - alley park or other public place In Frankfort for too Uncle lajlng removing or repairing any of Its pipes or VIOLETT beJhte SCOTT necessary appllunces shall obtain the consent of the Council ot said city therefor provided allnat HTSTS JE uialgas shall be comejed distributed sold and used within the city of Frankfort for fuel and FRANKFORT KENTUCKY heating purposes only but may be Used outside killed in the limits of said city for any purposes peaches are PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN The ailalrs of bald corpoiatlon shall be con Â¬ WILL and adjacent counties OFFICE Up this ducted by a board of directors of not less than four stairs In the Duvall Building more than nine mcniberb as may be pre nor Mr Dock Moore sold a nice scribed by the by laws who sliall be elected by the Jan 22 tf stockholders for a term of onoearand until their for 100 Said dliectors shall elect successors are elected from their number u President and Â¬ that on the 2d day of April per- Â¬ THORN HILL POULTRY And at prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ JNO Â¬ T BUCKLEY St Clair Street 4 MwKfc rl P very dropsy nrt Armstrong spend F Â¬ te Strange F 17 MA JOB ATTORNUJV AX LAW FRANKFOKT F Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer and Denier in STEAM ENGINES BOILERS yard at Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery Kager Stigers DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to Agent for Sunday WM CROMWELL Thomas Sunday Our charming the ofgetting the Attorney-at-La- Heal Estate Agent Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis St Near tho Rivor Frankfort I2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST TZLS BOI ElIK CAPITAL -- DS2T3 I3TE1 7oss -3SrnD unci Ky Zeke H G MATTERNS feJlteiJLaJa ought not other Â¬ Zeke ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET Benson ATTORN Sc4W MBalM m wis HIT III not The yet community PORTRAITS I3T CRAYON -- AND A7SU- rfSf My i nt Â¬ also a Secretary and Treasurer the same person may be both Secretary and Treasurer and may or may not be a member of the board of directors The regular election for directors and other otllcers of said corporation bhall be held on the llrst Monday In January of each succeeding ear OPP The board of dliectors at their llrst meeting OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMANthe pain by Teeth extracted bhall elect all olllcers to serve until the regular use Oxide or laughing gas of Nltrouse The llrst meeting of said board sliall election inur2Mf be held on the written call of not less than one half of the directors Five days previous notice given by of all meetings of stockholders shall be AV C MACKLIN publication In a newspaper published In the city L F COMPTON of Frankfort and each shaie of stock sliall en- Â¬ title the holder thereof to one ote to bo cast In MACKLI1T COMPTON person or by written proxy The capital stock of said company shall be ten thousand dollars di Â¬ vided Into shares of ten dollars each which shall IJtOIlUETOKS be deemed personal property and subscribed for und paid In at the times and upon the terms and transferable In the manner to be prescribed In the by laws of said company The stockholders may by a two thirds vote at u meeting called for that purpose Increase said stock to not exceeding tifty thousand dollars The Indebtedness of said HAVK THE FULL company sliall at no time exceed two thirds of Its capital stock Prlvuto property of the Incor Â¬ porators and stockholders of said company shall be exempt from Its corporate debts and liabili- Â¬ DR J DElsTTIST S COLLINS PHOTOaBAPHS Of all Sizes in i at Beduoed Price R ROGERS DEALER IN- - HI Elkhorn Roller Mills I C U1 L COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stuck and nil Kinds of COFFXXTS ROLIiER SYSTEM AND MANUFACTURE m Shirts Made to Order A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET i ties Given under our hands this 2d day of April 1687 JNO H MEEK It E GAINES U V WILLIAMS WM CROMWELL GEO A LEWIS W L TANNER L 11 FINNELL U KEENON April 9 lm Six of the best grades of tlae best Flour made in the World Ofllce FOR SALE OR RENT KY ACRES NEAR A SMALLofFARM OF 108Apply CRUTCHER THE of Elkhorn Forks to WASU FRANKFORT wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square All the latest style furniture constantly In stock Feb 2G tf Jett Ky