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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ip FT iVtor - ii iL m T1 - ITWMU - - iay VufVJ W iTVrHKWJWl T- - - The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY APRIL 30 1887 A STUPENDOUS AN NX to SELECT TO m BUY ui Number 33 INSPECTION INCURS NO OBLIGATION Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY Dayton 0 Collars and Cuffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed HUDSON HUMPHRIES Religious Â¬ CASSELL Louisville Tobacco Market FUBNI8HED BY OLOVEB Ss DUBKETT TBO- rniETOBS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- HOOSE about the jail and at the depot out of curiosity to see them but nothing like a mob assembled at any time It is true there was any number of street rumors of a mob coming from Louisville to take the men out and hang them which caused the jail to be guarded Monday night and crowds stood about on the corners on that night to see what would be done but they were largely composed of boys The men were kept here until Wednesday afternoon when they were returned to Louisville in charge of Sheriff John W Gaines and City Marshal J M Stephens We are confident that there is not a man woman or child in this prevented by Turner The poor city who is not satisfied that the girl fought vigorously for her life two black fiends richly deserve and succeeded in so marking the speedy death at the hands of a face and hands of Turner that the mob but our citizens were per scoundrel was hunted down and fectly willing that Louisville arrested by the police Saturday should conduct her own necktie night by the description she gave socials the correspondents of the of him when she recovered con Louisville papers to the contrary The people of Louis- notwithstanding sciousness On Thursday of last week two negroes Bill Patterson and Albert Turner went into the residence of Mr A Y Johnson jr in Louisville for the purpose of robbery the family being absent Patter- Â¬ son went up stairs and Turner reIn a few moments mained below Bowman a servant Miss Jennie girl in the employ of the family came in and he immediately as- Â¬ saulted her beating and bruising her in a terrible manner until she Patterson insensible became and the two car came down stairs ried the almost lifeless girl to an upper room and laid her upon a bed and still further beat and bruised her after which Patterson attempted to ravish her but was Â¬ Â¬ county posted on the corner of the new Federal Court Building Rev Eugene Evans pastor of and explains to the passers by the First Colored Baptist Church where Bald Knob Peaks Mill baptised 124 converts in the river Benson Elkhorn and other places at Macklins wharf Sunday after- are situated Jerrys remarks and noon in less than an hour explanations personal biograph Rev J Norton Chesnutt for- ical and geographical arc very merly of this city has resigned amusing and are well received by the pastoral care of St Peters the crowd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ against of the horrible the perpetrator deed that Chief of Police Whallen thought best to get the man out of the city and accordingly placed him under guard in a patrol wagon brought him to this city and placed On him in jail Sunday afternoon made a full con- Â¬ the way Up Turner Patterson implicating fession who had been arrested on sus picion and Chief Whallen and officer Ben Fow returned to Louisville on the 5 oclock train and brought him here also on the O train A io oclock C great deal of excitement was occasioned by the men being brought here and large crowds gathered ville became so incensed It is something unusual for a jailer to take prisoners from jail arm them and station them as guards over the jail but we are in- Â¬ formed such was the case in this city on Monday night Our jailer certainly has not forgotten that giving too much liberty to prison- Â¬ ers was one of the principal causes of the defeat of his predecessor and of his election Â¬ A protracted meeting will be the Commandery Episcopal Church in Louisville Miss Susie Morris of Spring and will shortly go to Virginia to Hill celebrated her 15th birthday take charge of a church last Saturday by giving her many morrow will be the seventieth little friends a pleasant party To anniversary of the coming of the They were invited from four in the Rev Philip S Fall to this country alternoon to eight at night All from England and also the sixty seemed to enjoy the time and sixth anniversary of his marriage romped and danced away the He will preach a sermon appropri- hours as children should Those Christian present were Misses Sadie and ate to the occasion at the Church at 1 oclock in the morni- Fanny Taylor Sally Theobald ngMary Gillam Maggie May Thompm son Eva Hoge Mary Evans Mary Heard on the Street Morris and Miss Susie Masters Why didnt you send delegates Tom and Ted Taylor Roy Gray to the Louisville Convention Joe Richard and Gavin Morris Mrs you find any one to rep- Morris was a lovely hostess and Couldnt resent the county made it doubly pleasant by her Joe That wasnt the trouble charming presence in the refreshThe county is easily represented ment room and willingness to but we found it impossible to rep- play for them to dance She was resent the convention assisted by Mrs M P Gray and Miss Emma Morris Miss Susie At the annual election of officers was the happy recipient of many of Louisville Commandery No 1 pretty presents m Knights Templar in Louisville But few rafts of saw logs came Past Com- Â¬ Tuesday evening mander J F Lewis who was re- down on the rise of last week on elected Prelate was presented account of the dam at Beattyville with an elegant gold Past Com being an obstruction to navigation manders jewel by the fraters of Rev Thos N Arnold will Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1623 hhds with re Â¬ ceipts for the saino period of 1220 hhds Sales since January 1st amount to 38508 hhds We have had a slight increase in receipts and sales for the past week The market has been regular and strong for all grades of Enrley and closed Arm at last weeks quotations We have had a good general rain which wo presume has mado a season for handling conse quently we look for heavy receipts and wo hope to see some improvement in quality Old Burleys are a little better than they havo been The following are the quotations for New Burley Tobacco Dark Trash 200 to 272 Colory Trash 275 to 400 Common Lugs not colory 350 to 450 Colory Lugs 4C0 to 000 Common Leaf not colory 450 to 000 Good Leaf 000 to 600 Fine Leaf 1000 to 1475 Â¬ r 1 1 LECOmPTE Â¬ ummi KY AND SOUTH FRANKFORT DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT Â¬ Â¬ OF Â¬ DEUGS MEDICINES 0HEMI0ALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS 1 it Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines Puro Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes XjAJiTXDIREXIEZS Â¬ commenced at the Baptist Church Celebrated Garden Seeds Mr J V Downing of this on the third Sunday in May The at 11 oclock pastor will be assisted by Rev Dr city is teaching a class in geogra SEEDS PURCHASE THESE DIRECT WEfrom of the Messrs at Lexington He has one of The rainfall in this city on Thurs- Â¬ Liindreth the extensive seed farmsclassed with the Wharton of Baltimore one of the phy and they should not be seeds lett on commission throuKhout theeountry most attractive evangelists in the Dr Duvalls bills making ap day night and Friday of last week Use Lundreths Seeds and a good vegetable gar Â¬ den Is assured poinrments to speak in this was 36 inches in sixteen hours April 30 tf South preach at Pleasant Hill Church Peaks Mill to morrow morning M lLO MrtkLd L 14bU UtoirfJ tt IHsJP mtmmiz -- - - W 4TPTr Vat -- M J w Tiyw -- - y - -- pvYrVVr i 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 ft Tricots Almas Hindoos Satinos French Ginghams Foulards TDWFIS K aV WJ n S TABLE LINENS P -- CRR5HES EOT CHEAP Our line of fefc fid M Ladies 9 V 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 ferf- SILVER SHIRTS ATi hit nr nnAira 2X1V JUVJ A JULU KJJLJL rvAtrmTV 7CJ2X1L J7XO In all the latest styles toq yj 11UUO t VVU Gall and see our stock before purchasing No trouble to show goods Main Street The Banner Sign Personals J day W Cannon returned home Satur Â¬ WEITZEL ODONNELL t T U - Judge Win Lindsay is in Louis Â¬ ville on business Â¬ Mr Thos DeLime of San Fran- Â¬ cisco Cal Is in the city Â¬ Mr Hugh R McKenzie returned Wednesday from Cincinnati Miss Minnie Smith of Louisville is visiting Miss Alice Lewis Mr Thomas M Bell of Coving Â¬ ton was in the city Thursday -Â¬ Mr Harry T Crittenden of Beatty ville was in the city this week Â¬ Mrs Dora Ferguson who has been iting Miss Jessie Calmes on the STAPLE - AND - FANCY - GROCERIES quite sick is able to be out again South Side Shields New Great Southern Mrs W H Grider of Lexington Miss Nettie Darling who has Show will exhibit in this city is visiting her parents in this city been visiting Miss Annie Steele iu He has enlarged and Miss Pattie Marshall returned last this city left yesttrJay for her home Monday 131 St Olair Street Frankfort Ky Also make a speciality of Saturday from a visit to Louisville in oirronton his show since he was improved Miss Hattie Beckurts of Louis- Â¬ came to here last summer It will exhibit Miss Emma Baron who ville is visiting Miss Nellie Dudley attend the Conway Weitzel wedding in the lot of Mrs McKee in the DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS Miss Clara Crutcher of Dueker returned to her home in Louisville Every rear of the State House Station is visiting relatives in this Sunday afternoon city should see it The latest information from Mr one Miss Ollie Porter of Hatton is vis Â¬ Chas B LeCompte who is in Los C WAGON BUGGIES iting Miss Almira Honnaker in Angales California is to the effect The ladies of the Southern Bellepoint that his health is improving Presbyterian Church intend giving April SO lm Cant John W Milam who has Mr Philip D Arnold left Monday a supper in the Fincel building been ill with typhoid fever is able to afternoon for Chattanooga Tennessee In connec- Â¬ be out again to reside having secured a position next Friday evening Thirteen head of saddle ponies Mr and Mrs John Morgan of in a furniture store in that city tion with the supper they will rela- Â¬ are offered for sale at the stable of Lexington spent Monday with Kev J McClusky Blayney and have a sale of the first garment Madi- Â¬ tives in the city Mr E L Samuel who attended the woman Mr J W Watt on North was stricken meeting of Synod at Williamstown ever worn by man or Mrs K A Parker disposed of at The ladies will furnish you with a son street If not with paralysis last week and has returned home Saturduy nicht private sale before Monday they been very 111 since Mrs Jacob Swiuerl and children bountiful supper for fifty cents Mrs Miranda Gorham has re- Â¬ who have been visiting the family of Come and taste the first straw- will be offered at public sale on turned from an extended visit to her Mr Stupe Johnson south tome that day sister in Mt Sterling returned to Spring Station Saturday berries of the season M ARB1E1J Mrs E Honnaker of Bagdad is Mahoney of Cincin Mr Jas On to morrow morning May In this city on Thursday April 21 1887 by Rev visiting her son Mr Richard Hon nati Svho P visiting his lias been L Young Mr Caijukll com way and Miss naker in ueiiepoim parents in Georgetown for the past ist at 1 1 oclock Rev B M Father Weitzel Katie Miss Kitty Warren and Miss Ada month is now in this city visiting Paris will be installed as pastor of Haslett left Wednesday for a visit to the family of Mrs J P Downey PIMP A full line of V B for sale by the Southern Presbyterian Church friends in Cincinnati In tbli city on Monday April 28th 1887 Sosik Linton Tanner left Tues Â¬ Frankfort Ky Mr W Weitzel k ODonnell Rev S M Neel Infant daughter of Wulter uud Jullu Pearce aged Mrs Samuel B Holmes spent day afternoon for Eureka Springs sis Â¬ Arkansas to take charge of the ma- Â¬ will preach the installation sermon 10 months and 12 days Tuesday in Lexington with her TIE FIVE BOLSTEIX FMESM BOLL ter Mrs Jas a Watson chinery in a hotel at that place preside and propound the usual Foit RENTHotise with six rooms Miss Emma P Kavanaugh returned Lint is a first class mechanic and the premises on Sunday on the Hibcrnia From a visit proprietors of the establishment have constitutional questions Rev W and a kitchen stable the to Dr S Aggie Jessies Netherland near City School Apply secured a good man for the position to friends in Henry county E Keller will deliver the charge TO SERVE A LIM 83 WILL BE PERMITTED fluting the season of of W ltednttnber on cows turnpike ane mil Miss Almira Honnaker is very ill Mr Will T Crutcher has resigned to the pastor and Rev S F E James Owen 1887 at bit farm with bronchitis she has been confin Â¬ his position as chief of the registry LoaT Somewhere between the from Frankfort Ketherland H F II B vot 1 Office at Kan Taylor will deliver the charge to to her bed for two weeks Awle Jessies ed denartment in the Post 807 from two of the best families of John Â¬ the purpose of There will be K M I and Col J Stoddurd bujrgy No race conies record both for milk and butter whose his Mr Martin Winn a prominent sas Citv aMo for in Los Angules the congregation green cloth covered position stons a Is as good as that of any breed or family of cattle young business man of Louisville accepting of fine size and well formed and l California ie arrived nere monuay preaching also at night by one of seat and whip The finder will re Â¬ known lis 1bcondition Terms for the seusoii was in town the first of this week spend several the above named ministers All ceive a reward by returning them to In excellent of service 600 afternoon and will due at time bmarshall Mrs H A Guthrie of Lexington dnM fltl hla navanfo In Tlnllnruitnt April 803m are cordially invited to attend who has been visiting her aunt Mrs before going to California Three young prairie dogs have been on evhibition in the window Miss Edith Ellison and Mrs Adams of New York City are of the drug store of Dr W H visiting Mrs L P Tarleton at Fleet- Hall for the last few days They Pare Benson Ice delivered In any portion of the city morning and evening For salet at all times at c HACKS St Clulr street and fcJ URUUHAM0 wood were brought from Abilene Texas DAV TsjLje u secona fcireei bouin siae W L JMiXa Kji iu Watson and chil- by Dr Church Mrs H Howe ZfcTXOOXj 35 dren have been visiting Mrs Lucas April 30 2m Brodhead at Spring Station this Miss Willie Morris has accepted week Mrs Dr B B Lewis of Flint Hill the agency for the Automatic Missouri who has been visiting rela- Sewing Machine in this city and tives in this city returned home last WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX- is prepared to furnish all the fixThursday Call and see her corner of Miss Kittle Hunt a most charm- Â¬ tures vis- Main and Lewis streets up stairs ing young lady of Lexington is BENSON ICE H O Â¬ R CRUTCHER CO Â¬ jj iijiVifciiii - nuJmiuJ - Jl Iflf- - A artiyifciw - I v I j tiim a CT4 A rtSA - J fffi 4iA -- l A SS - A SnfT r TT t t f T OTf1 - J mt w- - pifSfT to wr1 w iMfp irTBTSSnTTTTT if 3 fr I It M Mr Scott got around to the east gave vent to the following from end of the steps whtrp the crowd the steps of the Court House Rwaterprooiioai In our last issue wc predicted could not well get at him and Mr Its n very nice trick you tried to piny that the Democratic Mass Conven- Â¬ John Meagher was raised up until To hold this convention with us f miners Ever Hale uwny Nono cennlns Bnlesn Dont wnnte your mnner on nirnm or mMiercnat ThnnsnriHANDPtICKrr tion which met in this city Satur- he stood upon the shoulders of But it was n rain instead of n drouth ma nuniprn vlitiHARK above linuftfliuieiy amrrnmi irtnurnoiir nnunin Keep you ury mo nnriieii norm TRADF AIf Inr 1rOVTsttf UllANTV Rffruvit nnil tnVminnllia Tr fniii atnrnk n itr day afternoon would be an old several stalwart South men and And wevo all come in to vote for South iothnolhBnnitiMiii ini fnrilfwrlntlvijritalnirnwto A JTOWrUgSlnmininft HntnnMn Hie two chairmen retired to time howler but it double dis the two candidates for Chairman counted anything of the kind ever stood looking down upon the consult and Judge Craddock came The freshest and tonderest meat It was struggling yelling crowd below to the front and said All who are always on hand at J W and H Fin Â¬ DR W held in this county before OF CINCINNATI OHIO now meat store at the lowest a daisy and no mistake Early in them for some time without any- Â¬ in favor of my old friend Gen price Simon Boliver Buckncr for Gover- Â¬ WILL BE AT THE the day the country people began thing being done nor say aye conThe crowd yelled to gather in and when the In Memoriam At the suggestion of some one and the Judge announced The IN FRANKFORT KY vention was called to order at 2 both gentlemen got down from convention is unanimously in favor Died April 20th 1887 little Prmip Join1 SATURDAY MAY 7 1887 oclock by Peter Jett Esq the their perches and retired for con- Â¬ of General Buckner The cold and cheerless breath of the winter king blew hlB chilly blasts making mournful SATURDAY JUNE 4 1887 venerable chairman of the County sultation budding trees and Its In a few minutes they A country delegate started in music through the could be heard upon the SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 melancholy moans house was returned and Tho tender Committee the Court both addressed the the convention with a straw hat morning air bed look withplants peeping from their humble pleasure upon the new mound of earth that they may deck the Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDING so densely packed that it was crowd who for the first time kept grave Through tlelong lonely dreiry but as it became necessary for him darlingsor BLIND und watches the night death the voiceless king of impossible to conduct the business quiet enough to hear what was terrors came and when the morning woko he togive emphasis to his frequent a the Innocent lips ot his of the meeting there and an ad- Â¬ said suggesting that a new count remarks by jerking it from his kissed fathers soul In anguish victim and Icttot lonely weeping tears sorrow over the cold pale form of his beloved By the Brlnkerhoif System and a cure Is guaran Â¬ journment was had to the State of the votes be had The Tate head and one teed In every case of Piles giving it a vigorous little robbedwhom ofdeath cruel relentless death Death had come and gone had him House yard NO KNIFE IS USED I men agreed to this but the South flourish it would not stand the life had flown and the soul of little Phil had put on Its wings of Immortality and winged Its flight NO LIGATURE IS USED The interest of the delegates men claimed they had elected their racket and was soon in to that eternal bitshappiness tatters where there Is no homo of no sorrow and death LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED in the race for man on the first count and refused When last seen he was flourishing Oh little darling sickness will miss no and seemed to centre how they thee moan thy loss mate and left a little NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Treasurer and the friends of to have a new vote From that a new broad brimmed soft hat sister too youngllewasatwln loss two little chairs to know her State one filled and the other vacant Farewell FISTULA IN ATSO Hon Jas W Tate and Mr W time on both Mr Scott and Mr which looked as if it would do ser-Â¬ dearest babe Rod loved thee best Is cured vice on manv similar occasions Oh thou Omnipotent most high I pray thee T B South the two candidates Meagher acted as Chairman each hear mv prajer FISSURES Let angels gather around tho throne to meet for that position were on hand put motions all of which were Cured without cutting or tearing Fire Fire little llilllp there early and worked like beavers yelled down by the convention A public exhibition of the Eddi lie has gone to meet his mother who went one PwECTAL ULCER year before And waits to meet him with a kiss upon that each side being determined to se- Mr J R Williams The great batie of humanity Is cured If the pa by some son Electric Fire Extinguisher will other shore tient does not call too late This Is the greatest enemy of cure the chairmanship of the con- Â¬ means was elected Secretary a disease of which be given on Broadway front of Lead little Philip where hell kneel before the secretor nothing mankind andbefore was known little the BltlNK throne of grace EKIIOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled vention When the crowd had gath- Â¬ After spending four hours in State House square Monday May And like all othor angels smile upon bis Saviors with constipation or occasional attack of diarrhea luce ered in the State House yard Mr yelling crowding throwing up 2d at 2 oclock p m And when hes crowned oh may his soul be happy lame back headache dyspepsia Itching Increased at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not and rejoice And may the little twin mate often hear her aware It Is caused by ulceration In the loner bowel Jett announced that nominations their hands abusing each other Call on C V It Is now a well established fact that many dis angel brothers voice H Fincel for bar- eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder were in order for the position of and the County Committee the womb and nervous system are either caused or gains in meat aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ chairman when Dr E E Hume convention finally adjourned sine LA FISSDREor RECTAL ULQER Brace Up Peaks Mill nominated Mr Johh Meagher as die at 6 oclock with no one being You are feelihg depressed your W HUGHES REFERENCES Frankfort J appetite is poor you are bothered with RICHARD FERGVSON Frankfort the friend of Mr South and called able to tell exactly what had been Insomuch as John Crutcher was you are fldgetty nervous 31 WITI1R0W headache Lexlrgton upon all in favor of him to go done Some claim that the vote of the confederate of Dick Tate in and generally out of sorts and want to J Dr Kelleycanbe found at his Cincinnati office over on the west side of the yard the county was equally divided be perpetrating the great practical brace up Brace up but not with stim Â¬ every day of each week except FRIDAY and SAT Â¬ spring medicines or bitters URDAY Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Mr J Swigert tween Messrs Tate and South joke on Charley Featherston when ulants have for their basis very cheap to be counted which mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad that individual was shot with a dressing VV Taylor nominated Hon Thos and a list of delegates appointed but syringe of ice water and it took a bad whisky and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave M D Scott 4as the representative of others contend that no such action half dozen doctors to convince the worse condition than before you in VV I KELLEY What 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 said Charley that he was not dead you want is an alterative that will Democracy of Franklin coun- Â¬ was had the NOTES and whereas the said John N claims purify your blood start healthy action S5 CONSULTATION FREE 8 ty and called upon all Demo of Liver and Kidneys restore your Brish Atkins said Its a dis- to have been born a Democrat and vitality and give renewed health and Dec 26 ly crats to go over to the east side of rocked in a hickory cradle we strength Such a medicine you will the yard to be counted The grace to our party think him eminently qualified to And in Electric Bitters and only 0 SEW PLANING MILL fri nds of the respective candidates Hollow ware and cutlery were be the opponent of the said James cents a bottle at LeCompte Carpen Â¬ 3 M separated as suggested and two exhibited but no blood was spilled William in the coming contest for ters drug store Treasurer If Barry South cant for Tate and one gentlemen one Mr John Meagher was exalted Ex Gov A H Stephens Ilavingrcocntly added to bis Establishment to in the eyes of his countrymen on cope with Tate we are confident for South were appointed Cousin First CIass Planing Mill Crutcher the silver tongued can count them The count progress- the shoulders of John Griffin Therefore this call is made upon I nm first cousin of tho Into Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Stephens ed very well for awhile until Mr him to announce himself and give been Alexnnder H on different and have Uncle Jack Glore was on hand postal clerk railroads R C Church the South man ap and cheered as vociferously for his opinions on the great political since 18G8 For ten years I have been n Sash Doors BlindsFrames5 Molding sufferer from a cancer on my face which questions of the day pointed to count the Scott vote Jolui C Breckinridge as usual grew worse until the discharge of matter Several Friends ALSO declined to count further when became profuse and very offensive I bo m The residents of the most re came thoroughly disgusted with blood Scroll Work Stair Work A SngRcstlon totii ravwtinff Public some confusion arose but after so Turning purifiers and pronounced them humbugs Ton rib ts emigrants uiitl manners find that mote portions of South Frankfort Gotten out In the best style long a lime the count was report- Â¬ llltterj is a medicinal as I had tried many without relief Hostottcrs Stomach and Belle Point were startled by safeguard againt unhcalthful inllucnces Finally I was induced to use B B B ed to the Chairman of the County upon which they can Implicitly rely since it which was about the 1st of February and the yells which went up from the continued its use until the latter part of Committee who announced that prevents the ciTccia of ltlntel atmosphere Tho offensive dischnrge decreased State House Yard unaccustomed or unwholesome tllit bad April Mr Scott had bqen elected Chair water or othor conditions uufaoi nhlo toÂ¬ at once nnd the hardnoss around the can On loujr oyagos orjoinneys in lati Judge McManama attempted to health adjacent to tlio equator ills especially cer disappeared It improved my genor VE HAVE THIS YEAR AN UNSURPASSED The crowd of the Convention tudes useful as aprevcntloot the febrile complaintsÂ¬ nl health and I rapidly gained ilesh and stock of Fruit and bow stomach and then lifted up its voice and howled address the convention but the els disorders of theto attack liver andof the strength Tho discharge gradually de natives which are apt ORNAMENTAL TREES creased and the cancer became less and arid kept on howling for a half boys would not hear him and ex- Â¬ temperate zonosolournlnortraxeUiiBinBtich regions and It U an ocelleit protection loss in size until nothing remains except Ya-a-- h Grape Vines Asparagus and he made a face at against tho Influence of extreme cold sudden a scar to toll the tale of a onco dangerous hour Finally Mr Scott showed claiming changes of tomperaluro exposure todampor cancer All who havo seen me since I Â¬ extreme fatlguo It not only provents Inter his face in the rear of the crowd the crowd and retired PRTJITS mittent and remittent feer and other dis Â¬ have commenced the use of B B B bear Send testimony of my groat improvement and logues for general Nursery and Strawberrv Cata eases of a nialnriil type lmtj eradicates them A country delegate remarked upon the steps of the State House We have no agents but sell at honest n fact which lias been notorious fur j ears uast tho scar on my face shows that it cured in North and South and instantly there was a rush for I attended a primary convention West Indies AustraliaAmerica Mexico tho the cancer I find that B B B comes prices nd othor couutrles squarely up to what it is recommended him Men climbed up each others at the Forks when they knocked a to and I cannot say too much in praise of A Grand Record backs in their anxiety to get into man in a well but I never saw this wonderful medicine I have tried them H F HILLENMEYEE We call your attention to tho ad all but B B B stands nt tho top as a the squeeze and others bobbed up anything like this before Feb 19 Sih n renipdy which has blood purifier Lexinoton Kt vertisement of above and down in the surging crowd Judge McManama and Frank stood the test of more than a half The Banner- -is copied from the Athens Watchman Gu like corks on troubled waters and Hutchison exchanged compliments century with increasing popularity tary language of Mr being tho volun James A Greor and is universally admitted to have it looked to an outsider as if Mr and pet names the Judge get- Â¬ no equal as a remedy for the cure of which editor Gantt indorses Mr Greor is an honcat upright citizen disordered Scbtt would be crushed beneath ting in the last shot with his quid diseases originating in a Biliousness of Athens who had a bad cancer and his Liver such as Dyspepsia numerous friends that he could the mass of struggling human be- Â¬ of tobacco on Franks cheek Constipation Headache Colie etc notdivo long us thothought was gradually cancer Simmons Liver regulator is simple sapping tho foundation of his constitu ings who were trying to pile them- Â¬ A venerable politician address- Â¬ and harmless purely vegetable and selves upon him hut in a fey mo- ed the convention as follows can bo safely and advantageously tion but now looks well and hearty ments he showed up again a little Fellow citizens hoodlums and used under any circumstances It 2 Against 18 acts mildly and effectually and is es Â¬ pale but smiling the Tate men The rest of his pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ Several physicians havo pronounced my having come to his rescue and remarkswere drowned by the yells cine which position it holds in so disease blood poison caused by paint or many homes We do not know lead in tho paint but they could not cure pushed the South hustlers back of the crowd another preparation which can bring mo Last Summer I used eighteen bot Then a lively gnme of push and One gentleman observed that forward such endorsements from tles of n largely ndvertised blood medi heads of families and those holding cine which did mo no moro good than so pull crowd and squeeze followed he had been informed that some- Â¬ tho highest ollicial and social posi Â¬ much water I used Keep Simmons the crowd yelling like wild In Â¬ one had struck him and was tions your house it Liver Regula Â¬ and have proud only two bottles of B B B um to say that I havo received tor in will reduce your dians all the time The fellows looking for the party with an doctors bill and insure for your fam Â¬ greater benefit from them than from the eighteen and am now rapidly recovering who could get their backs against open pocket knife in his hand and ilies health and happiness seems strange but it is neverthe- Â¬ There is no question about tho superiori it the wall would make a surge for- Â¬ blood in his eye He did not less true that the world contains ty of B B B over all blood remedies W H Woody The most wonderful Pain- neonle who will trv to imitate coun ward and those on the steps would find his man 215 Reynolds Curer the world has over terfeit or substitute something else Augusta Un April 21st 18g6 street topple over as it going on their Mr S Ji Barrett proprietor of for a genuine meritorious articlo known Your money will bo- - returned if not found heads but they were pushed back the circus which exhibits here on even to the extent of making a spuri Â¬ All who desire full information about ous medicine risking life and health the cause and cure of Blood Poisons as represented by the crowd in front until they the loth of May was a looker on and it behooves every one to look Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers regained their feet In all this at the convention and when asked that they buy only tho Genuine Sores Rhoutnutsm Kidney Complaints precaution Catnrrh utc can secure by mail free u Children Cry for Pitchers Zellln Co scramble Dr E E Hume could if he could get up a better show to put on thehave used tho wrapper copy of our 83 pago front of each Illustrated Book of Castoriii be seen beside Mr Scott trying to than that he shook his hoad and- their trade mark of a curved Z en Â¬ Wonders filled with tho most wonderful twined around tho mortar and on the nnd startling proof ever before known prevent his being carried down by sadly walked away 8ido the signature of J H Zeilin BLOOD BALM CO Address Atlanta Ga the waves of excited South men A delegate from Switzer having Co Frauds should always be deÂ¬ Job Work neatly exe Â¬ nounced and the true remedies only For snlo by W H AVERILL that surged against him Finally imbibed sufficient enthusiasm upheld 32 1 m Apr 23 lm cuted at this office Â¬ The Convention 2fc SI If U F MV3 W LIU IX It I 11 Â¬ ds I KELLEY i K i Â¬ CAPITAL ITCHING PILES 1 1 - 1 3 W 1 Â¬ Â¬ X M Â¬ V l Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD i Â¬ I Â¬ TREESTREES SH-A-XjIj Â¬ Direct the Planter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inimen Â¬ - Ul va - A J rn fcTfWItnTIMa 1 FRANKFORT KOUNlABUUTto branch off at Mt Kutered at the post office nt Frnnkfort Kentucky as second cluss mailable mutter Vf GEORGE A LEWIS Editoc V rad XtalDlislier FRANKFORT APRIL 30 1887 IK Our Railroads When Gen W T Sherman at the outsej of the war made the statement in Louisville that he needed 200000 men to achieve complete success over the Confederates the reputed wise men of the day ridiculed it as a joke and Â¬ Â¬ V KfV r - r I i4U v if- r- - f i a A 1 I t m- - iff called him crazy WHY NOT So when Josh Bell as the envoy of the Danville people met the then railroad magnate James Guthrie at Stanford with a view 1 to having the Knoxville branch I aJy o railroad pass through the former 3 Ring Circus Enormotfs Menagerie city and stated to Mr Guthrie Stage Huge Museum o II that railroads were of little value SS o Classic Racing Carnival any way and that whether the AN UNPARALLELED CENTRALIZATION OP THE people contributed any thing or not for the purpose the Knoxville WORLDS ILLUSTRIOUS ARENIC METEORS branch would have to go through H ess g PHENOMENAL GHAMPIQNS MATCHLESS AND DAZZLING ASTS Danville Mr Guthrie abruptly closed the interview by remarking GLORIOUS AND STUPENDOUS FOREIGN ACQUISITIONS DONALD i MoKENZIES - FAME 0E0WNBD - 800T0H s ATHLETES that he would run the Knoxville NOTfJD -- - ARABIAN i OIKOUSI AUBAR -- - HA88ANS branch just near enough to DanTHE R02AL YEDDO JAPANESE U1R0USI 5 a VAUDEVILLE OOMBINAION THE JUST ADDED EUROPEAN ville for the people to hear the 3 Big Rings u Uagnlncent Theatre Stage and a gTund Racing Circuit that Blaze with an Uninter- Â¬ He whistle of the locomotives rupted Succession of Marvelous and Perilous Deedsl was as good as his word and Dan- The Frankfort Furniture Fac Notably and Triumphantly Reinforced this Season with the Worlds Most Startling Human Phe Â¬ H fl tory nomenon the Czars Own retted and Pampered Prodigy ville to this day remembers Josh It is the purpose of a few of our Bells folly with profound regret So there are probably some of enterprising citizens to operate a To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock Good Sulary fcnd Expenses or Commission the same sort of wise men in factory for the manufacture of manent employment BUiirunteed Address Per nt c There certainly is once stating age SNELL HQWLANDiMo Franklin county who fold their furniture Nurserymen St Louis Apl 2m assert no better point than Frankfort for 9 hands and complacently Surely there is no FOR RENT OR SALE that railroads will build themselves the purpose will add and it is folly to contribute or sparsity of material ad it MY BUSINESS AND H AVING SOLD Louisville I will sell orEXPECT rent my to remove to spend time in hurrying their com- much to the prosperity of our city two story frame house on Murray street between Campbell streets contains Or like the fellows who By all means let the good work go eight roomsand Cross store roomHouse cellar lot pletion and kitchen 103 feet by 410 feet good well and cistern in yard ridiculed Sherman they groan over on Any persons vho may de- Â¬ servants room wood and coal houses smoke and ben houses large stable and carriage house good on premithe sum required to secure an ad- Â¬ sire to take stock in the enter- Â¬ cl stem at stable Call on undersigned HUCJ11ES W J or for other information ses 16 tf April ex- Â¬ prise ditional outlet as enormously may call on W S Dehoney or cessive Blue GrassPoutry Yards Valuable enterprises seldom Lewis Choate come without effort The possesThere is some probability that Buff Cochins J B Foot and M M Con sion of a charter covering a pro- - the Versailles Midway Railroad ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan posed line of road is worth only will not be extended to George- Â¬ dottes and W H Johnson Strains 160 just the paper it is written on un- town as the land owners along per 15 At the Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles less made operative by organized wants Address the proposed route are not satisfied turnpikes Write for G GREEN Frankfort Ky J Even with the assessment of the county capital and applied labor HIjIE the appointment of railroad com- Â¬ commissioners and threaten a consult and devise great deal of vexatious litigation mittees to HARNESS plans and keep public attention The railroad officials are of the BUGGIES SURRYS AT aroused to the necessity of railroad opinion that the commissioners put NO SIS tEWIS STREET and competition construction THE a high valuation on the right of NEARLY OPPOSITECarriageFARMERS BANK Ky work repaired and avails little where such committees way and they can not afford to painted J J QU1N Apr lHra repose in the soothing serenity of increase its expense by defending hope that something will turn suits in court I F An Unsolved Mystery and Sensation of two Oontinentsl to bring things all right in the up Beyond all question Jo Jo Is the most extraordinary and absorbingly Interesting curiosity that New York Herald APITAL LODGE NO 6 MEETS EVERY MON has ever reached these shores The ladies of the Southern end It is the delightful province day night Visiting brothers cordially invite A prodigious X Playful Brown eyed Dog Faced Boy Covered with Silken Hair from head to foot Intellect Veiled behind the Visage of u Dog Four Languages lssulngrfroni Canine of such committees to see that Presbyterian Church will give a J R Williams Sec J AS MURRAY N G Llpsl No Picture can Portray No Pen Describe Hlml something does turn up If it festival and apron bazar on Friday April 17 tf E GOMES NO MORIf KOUR ONLY 0HAN0E TO SEE does not turn up in one way evening next in one of the vacant By Command of the Czar he Returns to St Petersburg at an Early Day rooms in the Fincel block on make it turn up in another t SUMPTUOUH AMJ3 HOUL ST1KH1NG Remember the would be an unfortunate Bridge street It REVIVAL thfe IMPERIAL ROMAN HIPPODROMEf Professional Jockeys and Drivers Historically Correct 40 English and Kentucky Thoroughbreds thing for Franklin county if Hunt- Â¬ time and be certain 10 go Appointments Longest and Grandest Racing circuit under Cunvas ington should take the notion in Mr Frank C Hughes has sold -- REPRODUCTION OF THE OLYMPIAN GAMES- O his head of extending the C out his insurance business to H Combat on Horseback- railroad from Lexington through Messrs Jake Swigert and F V Lawrenceburg and tapping the Gray and expects to leave next Vivid n ml TtMillatlft TlflnrpHftiitittniiH of run one week for his future home in South Southern Louisville branch to Louisville and another Pittsburg Tennessee Monster gathering of Famous Scouts Cowboys Indians and Bucking Bronchos Besides the to Elizabethtown TIMES THE MOST STUPENDOUS MENAGERIE FOR REPRESENTATIVE diversion of travel and traffic and Ever Gathered and Exhibited Under Tents We are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS the deferment of the completion MAKE THE SEASON OF 1887 AT MY Huge Two Horned Black Rhinoceros the Sole Specimen on this Continent Only Group of Lordly as a candidate George county subject tofor Representative of Franklin WILL two miles from Frankfort on the L Hip- Giant Giraffes Priceless Drove of Almost Snow Whlte of the Frankfort Paris the action of the Democratic popotumll Only Nursing Baby Elephant Living Formidable Deep Sea N R R at party Monsters Plumuged Beauties from Every Clime on the Face of town railroad it would lend mated the Globe Fifty Cages of Rare and costly Wild Beasts 25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL FOR REPRESENTATIVE ally to prevent the extension of soon as1 the fact Is ascertained or ireatest Grandest and Best Trained Herd of Elephants Extantl Iucludlng Blsmurck und Juno We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Money due as the Colossal All Oversuudowlng Central Figures of their Race and Doc and Ben the Louisville Southern to this DREW SCOTT as a candidate for Representative the mare parted with AND PEDIGREE Butler the Rollnklng Precocious Elephantine Clowns DESCRIPTION from Franklin county subject to the action of the The city from Lawrenceburg BAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 16 hands and 8 Democrats party 10 oclock Passing through the Streets of the Cities where we are to Exhibit will be Inches high with u line black mane and tall and Every Morning at seen the Most Glorious Pageant that ever Delighted Human Vision An Illimitable Hue people of Anderson county would can show a 2 210 gait with only a few weeks hand 01 uoigeous romp uuu ounu ouieiiuur unupiiruueuuoie anu jnueBCnDll- ling His colts have already proven to be not ble Worth coming One Hundred Miles to Witness go to Georgetown and Lexington FOR SALE OR RENT only fine looking but trotters He Is the cheap est horse ever stood In Franklin county To the Entire Children under BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 Bay stallion to buy goods and exchange their Nine Years of Age HALF PRICE foaled 1881 Sired bv Harold sire of Maud 8 ADMISSION Combined Shows 50c traffic and travel 1 dam Nuta by Noontide 22014 etc commodities and T OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY HOUSE 206 Woodford Mambrlno talh sire of Abbottsfora 3o-jo- i1 lot Escari South would go North via Theand Is 87on Second street South Frankfort 219tfe 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woodford son of from the by 192 feet frame house contains lot Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 216 May seven rooms with gas and In good repair by thoroughbred son of Im 230 8 Versailles and Georgetown DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P M Beautiful lawn good garden fine grapes and Queen Sovereign dam dam bred by the late R A TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY 4 ported fruit trees begin an Hour Later Cheap Excursions on all Railroads See Station Agents by Old St Lawrence Performances It is much easier much cheaper Will sell for a reasonable price Apply at my Alexander for Particulars W L COLLINS V C HUGHES office on the premises Also Exhibit at Lexington May 7 Versailles May 9 Bloomfield May 11 April Mm and more available for Huntington April tf 3t Â¬ Sterling or Owingsville and make a trunk line through Paris Frankfort and Shclbyvillc to Louisville then via Lawrenceburg proper local inducements being offered So it is important to have the Louisville Southern from Lawrenceburg be- Â¬ fore other conflicting schemes are perfected It is some weeks since the Board of Trade appointed a Railroad Yet it is a fact that Committee since that time we have actually retrograded in the mattei of se Anticipated cocuring a railroad operation of particular capitalists has evaporated into thin air This is unfortunate The failure of one scheme seems to have produced a sort of paralysis in the effort at railroad extension Why spend time in hovering over an egg that wont hatch Try another plan Try other parties Hammer away in the effort to let anotner iron horse into Frankfort even if it takes all summer It will pay in it money to Theres money the farmer the merchant and the Money to the manufacturer Give us another effort laborer for the Norfolk Frankfort St Louis and San Francisco air line shortest route from ocean to ocean Â¬ Â¬ 1 WHY NOT k V i m tm irm THE BLAZING SDK OF THE EXHIBITION SKY Ttei The Finest Goods Outsplenaoring MLcst and Obliterating all Past Records that will visit Frankfort this Season Bain or Shine at Complete Exhibitions The Latest Styles The Cheapest Stock Within Iranklin Uountyi WHY NOT BUY OF R K Positively the only Tented Exhibition Two Unprecedented FRANKFORT TUESDAY MAY 10 M cCLURE 2he Worlds Greatest ana Most Famous Tented Aggregation ST CLAIR STEET S H BARRETTS New nffl ft i United Monster Shows i Great fSHr Theatre Worlds and Jo Jo B55531 200 80 -- -- s a Â¬ J lesme M Â¬ JO JO a1 TaT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POIS S W M 0 0 THE HUMAN SKYE TERRiER BAYW00D TO-TO-H- Wi W -- Xhrilling Broadsword 1 LIFE IN THE WILD WEST Catnelsl-Blood-Exudlug I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ijriro Gxzwjaos to ses Â¬ A i r 4 V f Vj v j iiiiiji i nnnunnnmi T nuunuHDUu FRANKFORT KY SUDDI en r j after nnother fierce straggle at the guns wo woro driven back nnd tho gans wore lost Wo retreated in good order On tho way many attempts woro mndo by tho boys to console poor Zeko for his loss Bill Colo said never mind Zoko Ill buy you a better gun as soon as wo got to Snipesville Tho farmers are busy planting corn Measles are prevalent in this com- Â¬ APRIL 30 1887 1 IK r i cess to you William Editor Roundabout Will McQuilling Im stopping with James Giles good improvement to is making a his premises for the purpose of inducing Mr in the shape of a McAdamized Giles not to leave the Democratic road from the turnpike to his resi- Â¬ cratic Had it been a success the party My poor old heart was dence county Democrocy would have met made glad when I discovered tears in their precincts to choose delegates Forks of Elkhorn Lewis Harrod is giving his out- Â¬ to the Louisville convention and ig Â¬ in James of penitence eyes Miss Sallie Warren is improving After my speech to him for buildings and fences nore the action of the convention c a nice his manipulators coating of whitewash which great- Â¬ Miss Bettie Jones has returned waywardness in leaving the only Since the Stevens lane was closed home party that can save the nation from ly enhances the beauty of his surthe Ilidge is literally fenced in and roundings Mr W unless the County Court comes to our out again T Featherston is able to be destruction I reminded him how Some of the renowned turnpike prosperous Kentucky was with relief and gives us a road through lo Mrs Wm Bedford has been visit Â¬ scarcely any tax on the dear commissioners were out last week the Louisville pike or gives us a vot- Â¬ ing place here our right of suffrage is ing her parents in Shelby county Democrats of the State and the They are a splendid looking set of entirely cut off Years ago P Swi rrayer meeting to morrow even- Â¬ wonderful amount of good done men They declined however to gert Esq deeded 20 feet of land for ing at 7 oclock at the school house by the Board of Equalizers That receive the new extension to the a road on the line between the Staten Several of our citizens have had they had raised the revenue sev- Â¬ pike They know what is what and Hawkins farms It only needs continuing the sore throat since the convention eral thousand dollars and that It was Dock Lewis who sugRev R L Thurman of Bards forty cents out of the thousand gested that the lower end of the While it is true the county is in debt have we not value to show for town Ky was in our village last so raised would actually go into turnpike be rented for a tobacco it Benson please dont complain Wednesday the Treasurers hands Then the patch and not your able corresponnow First let us get all the pikes and Mis3 Lena Kirtley of Eddyvllle poor old man embraced me and railroads we want Of the 54000 dent from this vicinage Dock Miss Annie county debt Benson got10000 in the and visiting Miss South of Frankfort he wept for joy Just at this now says if he owes any toll he are Jennie Featherston Devils Hollow pike Frankfort fur- Â¬ blissful moment came the sad will wait until he becomes the Mr C W Allen and wife of Ox- Â¬ nished some of the monev and did news of the destruction of the president and let it go in the way not complain Its bad policy to de-Â¬ ford Scott county were here last nounce thieves while we share the week visiting Mr L T Cannon and great circus of South and Tate of salary plunder As Frankfort never object- Â¬ lamuy on Saturday April 23 1887 John Wiley gave the boys an ed to our pikes we should not object Poor Giles he is still unconscious old fashioned log rolling on WedDr Coleman has a fine to a railroad that will not benefit sorrel which Frankfort alone but the entire coun- Â¬ training at filly stables is now in His wife has joined the Salvation nesday last which was devoid of the ty With regard to the expensive pau Â¬ Bowen Holton Shes aof Messrs Army the usual interest on such occa- Â¬ pacer and Will you please tell me how sions in consequence of the omis pers favor pikes railroads and all shows great speed industries and I think business will many were Killed and wno were sion of the old fashioned quilting Mr Ike Wingate has moved a the victims on reduce pauperism 75 per cent their countrys altar of his stock of The following letter needs no com- Â¬ portionForks and will dry groceries What became of the Central Com and dance Things were rather to the sell them at monotonous to the boys Let ment it explains itself auction every Saturday afternoon mittee especially the chairman of some neighbor get up a real old Claxhatohie Coffee Co Ala Now is the time for cheap goods Was it caused time affair and let us all shake said committee Dear Friend large hole was suddenly formed by the gas the committee was in A I have received the Roundabout straight Your Benson correspondent now for several weeks Please accept my near the center of Mr John Noels the habit of using Is it true that thinks the pauper list interesting pond last Tuesday morning through the venerable Craddock thanks for the favor called I notice in the county correspondence which the water began to rapidly I think the last item in fools reading that a doubt exists as to the politics of now on me wumr ju passing into them blood hounds and d Poley Smiths report the most in- Â¬ one Zeko Yocum and as I was intimately the opening gave rise to a loud noise If he did that wont hurt much Excess of acquainted with him for three years and which could lie heard a long distance We Democrats don take much teresting of all to wit t seven months the time we both served in off and the suction was so great that expenditures over net revenue the Confederate army I can speak posi fishes and sticks of wood were carÂ¬ stock in Democrats manufactured Each one of our tively to his being a good sound Demo ried away of Old Line Whigs Will only 4749 75 Â¬ water had crat The Confederacy never had a better ly found a The into some evident Â¬ ask you a few more questions magistrates ought to vote himself vent subter or a nrnver artilleryman than Zeke Yocum By all means inranean cavity which no doubt about the destruction of the Great a leather medal and I hope you will ask the editor of the crease the taxes and let them have Roundabout to publish this in order to exists in this locality as this was not Party Circus What became of the first pond that has taken an un W J them clear up any doubts as to the politics of expected departure in the same way the proprietors of the circus my old esteemed comrade I carried a musket ir the 13th Alabama in this neighborhood Tho opening South and Tate Did they get With the May number the Will Southern Bivouac of Louisville Infantry and became acquainted with was stopped before the water was away or did they collapse Zeke while supporting a battery to which entirely drained off it disturb or do away with our Ky will cease publication and its he belonged Zekes cannon did good ser convention of May 4th or will the good will plates etc will pass vice in many battles whioh I shall not mention here Let history tell Antony the Colored Clti- - Central Committee of the State into the hands of the Century Co Alter the battle of Grand Ecore in zens have to call another State Con- Â¬ of New York who will fill unex- Â¬ which Zeke and I took part the Federal I hope not vention It would pired subscriptions with the Cen commander says in his report the rebels BY O 11 B be the means of putting us Demo- Â¬ tury Magazine were very troublesome along the river It is not probable They planted a battery Zekes between crats to so much trouble and that any of the unused material Mrs Ross Lee is very sick our fleet and Grand Ecore and cannonaded expense besides I doubt if there our transports Tho Ohio Belle and the Classa Williams is very low with is enough whisky out of bond to will appear in the Century but it Kitty Stevens both loaded with troops the dropsy is expected that some of the war received serious damages over sixty shots get a first class Democratic State articles which the Southern taking effect in the last named boat It The Ladies Exchange will meet at meeting We will need at least Bivouac has printed may be used was in this fight I first made tho acquaint Mrs M E Burks to night fifty barrels in Louisville May in unco of the Kentucky soldiers the 19th Battles and Leaders of the Mrs G H Burks has returned 4th Kentucky favoring me with two bullets The delegates from Louis- Civil War the subscription book from her visit to Nicholasville about the same time that our brave com ville are all bar keepers It will mander Gen Molton fell pierced by a Elder Dartch of Cincinnati is in take a large amount for them to which the Century Co is about to bullet from the same fighting regiment tho city I wonder if he is married bring out say nothing of James Giles and Sometimes I would lose sight of Zeke fqr Two years ago the Southern a while when I would hear suddenly a The Turner and Patterson outrage Zeke Yocum Will you please Bivouac which had been the jouron Miss Bowman of Louisville has deep bass voice singing As off I rm been the general topic for a few days inform your benighted uncle how nal of the Southern Historical So many professed Christians were at ciety was purchased by B F With masters gun Miss M T Roxborough one of the To jine the rebel army teachers at the public school has left the circus and how many were Avery Sons of Louisville It Zeke had turned up again Is it true has been a creditable representaOn the retreat to Alexandria Zekes gun our city She had to give up her killed and wounded that the members composing the tive of Southern letters its con Â¬ again did good Bervice He would fire a position on account of bad health few shots to keep the enemy jn check re The ladies of St Johns A M E circus firm are members of the tents consisting largely of articles treat a short distance halt and fire again Church have presented the church church Was either one of the on the civil A few miles from Alexandria we formed waj with a beautiful carpet for the whole our line of battle and waited for the ene floor and the gentlemen have had firm on St Clair street I mean my Thoy did not disappoint us They the parties who sell things to bury ceiling calcimined There is in the hands of L H came on with their usual impetuous dash the walls and people in style of firm not re- Â¬ Enochs of Eden Jefferson coun Â¬ quietudo seems to char Peace and - UUAU a juuo udbibtou uy uur i roups Was Mr Wil- Â¬ ty Ky a sum of money belong nnd the Mississippi Rifles staggered them acterize the deportment of the people membered hurt I have refer- ing to and they fell back least they are as quiet liam Redmon hurt Re enforced they generally At James F Davis brother of charged while Zeke and his fellow cannon as that convention was in the State ence to the dry goods merchant Davis deceased H Charles eers got in some good work with canister Houso yard last Saturday any how on Market street Was the stone which can be had on application shot that assisted us considerably I and uncle Zeke can tell you all about kitchen man hurt But enough of to Mr Enoch think I hear Zeko shouting now heros it State papers will tho 18th Alabama Save my guns boys this Im taxing your patience confer a favor by copying this noThe pastor Rev G H Burks of you done it before The long lines of Shelby Netvs blue were now unpleasantly close and St Johns A M E Church will This leaves me in great distress tice nothing could stand againHt their furious baptize to morrow and also ad Â¬ Poor old man Giles is past recov- Â¬ charge I remember a sharp struggle at minister tho Lords Supper Elder ering The party in Sweet Owen A mare supposed to have been the guns Wo were driven back and being FruJer of Midway and a number of is happy on account of the large stolen from some one near this re enforced by the North Carolina troops his members will bo down charged und drove the enemy back from also a number of friends and amount of boodle that will be on city is in the possession of the tho guns Receivod another charge and members from Nicholasville hand in Louisville May 4th They town marshal of Midway Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- Alexandria There being no battory to which Zeko could attach himself ho joined my com Â¬ Warmer weather pany and wo shared tho same blanket Corn planting has commenced fought side by side and were just like two Sain Tracy has the measles Hell brothers until nearly the closo of the war The fortune of war found us both se wear em out verely wounded in this county Wo were The storm last week blew down kindly treated by a lady who owned a large Mr C Pierces barn plantation hero and every means triod to Mr Will Tracy attended the great restore us to health Upon inquiry wo found that every convention and was highly amused lady who could carrymolo relation of tho arms had been killed Mrs Lucy Tracy and Mrs W Den Â¬ inthe war Circumstances which I need not state nis visited Bolle Point last Wednes Â¬ here caused me to make this place my day home right on the plantation where we Measles on the Ridge This is a were so kindly cared for I often think good place for juvenile visitors lo of the old war times which sometimes keep away from seem like a horrid dream But hanging fire over old Fences were shattered by the storm one thowhich place are two years muskets defend last week and the heavy rain washed ing of StateI carried for my and tho othor with Z Y garden stuff out of the ground carved on the stock reminds mo of my Mr Polk has about fought the brave comrade and the stirring incidents measles to the end His two brothers of the war Please give my regards to Zeko and if Ben and Walter are now down with any one should doubt his Democracy the same complaint send him to me whoro he can see that The convention in Frankfort was a musket whioh cannot fail to convince him failure as it deserved to be It was of the Democracy of the gallant hearted unfair and consequently not DemoÂ¬ Zeko Yocum Henby Wilson Pea Ridge munity Prof T J Hill is expecting to teach a music school at Antloch Rev G W Neal will preach at Mt Zlon to morrow at 11 oclock Mr H B Smith of Lexington was visiting in this vicinity the past week Mr J H Smith made a visit to Graefensburfc one day this week on business Wo have a large attendance at our Sunday school in Snlpesville Mr L B Witt is superintendent Harp Married In this town a short Fielding Lewis is treating his time ago Mr James Cook and Miss Mollie Rogers The Rev J A house to a new coat of paint which Peters officiating greatly improves the looks of his have a fine memory of four years ago Cant say now when I will leave here Be particular my dear nephew and give your poor old uncle the desired information I and the Democratic party now feel like the Jews did when General Pharaoh had them penned up just before the waters deviated but if Gen Buckner will just stretch his rod across the troubled waters all will be well with us Democrats Truly yours in affliction Zeke Yocum Snipeville Dudes place Letter iroin Zeke Yocum Caney Owen county Rumor hath it that Wm Slat tery will shortly wed one of our most charming young ladies SucÂ¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tf r v vsWTJ - - Trenton limestone Still the probability Flag adopt any resolutions or appoint thnt the gns areas in the southern part any delegates After wrangling of Indiana will bo very limited As to oil Will open a branch office for the for more than three the chances of finding it are greater but hours without sale of the Roundabout news not he thinks encouragingly so even selecting a chairman the two The wholo northern half of the Stato Postmistress Hall who has been in gentlemen who had been nomi- Gas has been found from eighty six feet promises oil or gas or both in spots If feeble health is rapidly recovering below to ninety nine feet above the sea the drift were removed these limited areas nated for the position agreed be Mr Ben Hall is doing an immense tween themselves level The conditions attending its dis might be determined by a superficial ex to act jointly covery do not depend upon any general amination As it is the drill is tho only mercantile trade at Harpers Ferry but this agreement was never evert feature of the Trenton limestone and if test that is infallible One thing however Our business houses have done but its features were continuous says Maurice cannot be too often repeated A mero sulittle this week owing to the very ratified by the convention hence Thompson the Stato Geologist one might perficial elevation does not necessarily there was no chairman selected1 expoct to find gas or oil wherever tho rock indicate an upheaval of the underlying steady rains Mr Thompson was reached further strata It may be an accumulation of the Prof Jones says the Western Argus Each man acting on his own hook states that the bores so far made show drift Therefore while gas is more likely is a sound political newspaper and Just before the convention adthat the Lower Silurian strata are undulat to bo found in the crown of an anticlinal lones Is authority journed a list of delegates cut and ed in an irregular way while some of the the prospector should be sure that it is Â¬ Doctor Birchett will patent a chem- dried for the occasion was pre- Â¬ undulations of the Trenton limestone are the Paleozoic rock and not tho Quatenary abrupt and remarkable He concludes deposits that are elevated before he puts ical translucent which makes the hu Â¬ sented for adoption I moved to that it is plain to my mind that gas down a well on high land hoping to pierco man face like alabaster lay it upon the table and pending stored in a highly porous limestone could the apex of a fold Mr Fair Play raises more gas this motion the convention adbe held within only by an impervious cov with a quill than he does with his journed sine die Therefore if at any point the ering hoe in the street gutters overlying strata have been cracked dis I state positively therefore that EDUCATIONAL placed or in any way rent and the vent is Prof C H Pnrrent of Bridgeport no chairman was selected and no No still open gas will not be found can send his applicant to Flag Fork Col T B Ford and Thos Hunter We need a singing master imme Â¬ delegates were appointed and I doubt tho immenso clay deposits of tho drift have been of great service in closing left on the C O lust night to at- Â¬ diately refused to sign the proceedings up most of the fissures from which gas tend the Educational Meeting at would have leaked but it appears to my Ashland to day Gen John Bell of Hatton who published in the Argus on that acmind that a subsidence of the crust of the aided in the election of Cleveland count I cannot conscientiously Music is now one of the regular will receive an appointment to the allow these proceedings to be earth subsequent to a considerablo up The Treasury department at Washington palmed off on the people of Frank- Â¬ heaval has been the chief force in sealing studies of the public school the gas within its present reservoir and Song Garden is the text book adopt- Â¬ When I see a young girl in church lin county as having been adopted of giving it the compression which is the ed by the School Board work her jaws very rapidly while when I know that they were not exponent of its present expansive power Col T B Ford J A Scott and she is staring back at the congrega Â¬ of pressure I have no objections personally the great variance T WScott have accepted invitations tion in the rear I am apt to set her Is is his opinion that to and will address the Lawrence down in my own mind as a very re- Â¬ to any as delegates but I do proin level between successful wells quite test against this autocratic and un- Â¬ close to one anothor and the ocourrence of burg Educational Meeting fined yong lady dry wells at or near the same horizon of The first regular examination for authorized proceeding Two of our oldest non political productive ones would appear to show teachers certificates will be the 3d The Committee on Credentials conclusively that the reservoirs are many Saturday in June Parties inter- Â¬ farmers predict the financial pressure in 1888 to be so great that thousands of the State Convention at Louisand separate or if connected that the ested will govern themselves accord Â¬ of daily laborers will offer to work ville Kentucky will certainly connection is very imperfect Indeed ingly not for their board They base their pre Â¬ he says it would be something unpreceOn Thursday April 21 Dr S E dictions on the past admit the so claimed delegates dented in geology if it should be found from Franklin county that the Trenton limestone were evenly James delivered a lecture on physi Her she and continuously porous and uniformly ology to the pupils of the higher de- Â¬ piped little lips puckered as my Respectfully Will you give me Now oil or gas bearing over a large area It is partment of the public school His J R Williams topic was the structure and uses of gimme my gum you have been to local and particular features that we Her mouth Acting Secretary must look in each case for success or fail the bones of the human body The chewin it two hours ure in boring and unfortunately in In- discourse was in the highest degree closed like lightning and that gum shot across her jaws like a steam diana these features are mostly hidden or entertaining and instructive Shake Rag shuttle in a weavers loom so obscure as to render study very slow TheLawrencebunrmeetimr will be and difficult Our present teachers complain that There is very little sickness on the We are just in receipt of Further quoting from Mr Thompson a good one a a letter from friend there inquiring the most discouraging fact that meets Ridge at present it is shown that the lowest shales found them is this About the above the oil and gas rock of this State now many win come witn us ana get pupils ready to receivetime they Miss Emma Facker has a flourish- Â¬ and ap how long will they stay in order are bituminous so far as I have been preciate an education they stop their ing school at Walnut Grove school able to examine them and give evidence that arrangements may be made for house of having been subjected to a pressure entertaining all Those intending to course and enter unqualified and de- Â¬ luded upon their life work They Mr Dank Polsirrove was on the which has deprived them of whatever attend will please notify us as soon bring discontent upon the schools be- Ridge Thursday buying fat cattle liquid carbonaceous substances they once as possible cause they make wretched failures contained Practical well borers state to The editor of the Roundabout Parents in general have no definite which he found scarce me that they expect to reach blue lick Â¬ There water as a rule soon after striking gas or has consented to give us a column in idea of education of the time reauir borhood is a young lady in this neigh- Â¬ going to celebrate her birthhis paper for tho children to be ed how it should be spent nor what Putting to oil if the well is continued can or snouia oe accomplished by tne day with a fishing excursion gether the two facts that the overlying known as the Childrens Column are usually dark bituminous shales We hope our young friends will help pupil Mr- Simeon Cook strata of Lawrence from which oil may have been expressed us to make this the most interesting burg was visiting his brother-in-laduring the course of past ages and that column in the paper Write short Happy Valley Mr B F Hulett on last Sunday blue lick water which almost invariably letters and direct them to us at The farmers are preparing their Mr Noy Johnson spent last Tuesday has a strong upward pressure is in the Frankfort Who will be the first ground for planting corn The click underlying rock we have a strong hint of night with Mr D B Stone The Franklin County Teachers corn planter will soon be heard how the oil and gas were originated and Hog are plentiful at Mrs W B of the why they have kept their places in the Association meets on the 2d Satur-Â¬ Onans jowlsselling at reduced prices and What has become of Uncle Zeke What may be day the 14th of May Let all who porous Trenton limestone Has he got the spring fever or has he can be present called artesian pressure from below and Gapt Hawkins has returned home from Please let us hear PROGRAMME a protracted visit to friends in Frankfort gone to Rowan the impervious nature of the highly com from you dear uncle Vocal Music S P Browder pressed shales above have kept the oil and Mrs Nettie Boots of River Bottom is Arithmetic J B Lea gus confined in the reservoir Hydrostat Capt Smith Cook left last Thurs Â¬ visiting Mrs Ruth Johnson of North Grammar T B Ford ic pressure from above too may in some day for Columbus Ohio to meet Fork History H M Polsgrove cases serve to confine the lighter substan Sells Bros circus with which he ces hence the intermittent flow of certain spent Mr Tera The time was when the patrons of Sunday withStone cousin last Saturday and will travel this season wells whose water is accompanied by gas his Morris Hocken- palpitations For instance the well on our puDim scnooi paid it trequent smith Notice the old Blair farm near Francisville has visits thus informing themselves of Miss Mary Webster of Rose Hill has been flowing water at intervals for many the progress of the children and en- Â¬ years and the gas always comes with the couraging the teachers by their returned home from a short visit to friends To Superintendents of Sunday Certainly in Woodford schools in Frankfort Franklin the water Doubtless the column of water presence and sympathy confines the gas until the latter accumu parents should feel as much interest Kentucky river is on a boom and the county lates with sufficient force to blow the liquid in the great work of education as the early planters of the river bottoms are in Please call during the coming out and so in time exhaust itself when teachers and should show their much distress week for the necessary blanks to again the process of accumulation begins interest by going to the school as Mr W B Onan is still in the swine busi and in due time there is another flow and often as opportunity may he found ness and pays his daily calls at Pine Bluff make out statistical report for so on Co Supt nd Apple Qrove your school as I must have them In a tabulated statement given by Mr Thompson it is seen that the wells above Miss Ida Steele one of our fair maids by the 12th of May And great- Â¬ Bald Knob is spending a few days with Mrs Aggie ly oblige the sea level are those at Connersvtlle and Richmond both of which are dry the one Baits of Bloomington S C Bull County President at Winchester the three at Muncie the Wanted A Post office at this Mrs Billie Johnson made a flying visit At R K McClures store Rushville and Ridgeville dry wells the place Some one should notify the to Frankfort last Thursday accompanied flowing ones at Eaton Greensburg Ma proper authorities Frankfort Ky by her sister Mrs Jerry Chambers rion Hurtford City and Anderson The Mr Baker Smith who has been at feet above run 8 at Ridgeville to 140 at Miss Beaulah Stone who has just Rushville the Connersville and Rich Â¬ tendingschool at Lexington is spend Â¬ entered society was honored with a call ing his vacation at home mond wells are 127 and 64 feet respectivefrom Mr Arlington Johnson last Sunday ly that at Winchester 24 the three at The heaviest rain of the season fell Miss Katie Church of Peaks Mill who Muncie 72 88 and 64 in order at Eaten last Friday which did considerable KENTUOKYS E0UTE EAST has spent the last two weeks with her ft Rushville 140 Greensburg 28 Marion damage along the creeks Mrs Kate Onan will return home aunt SU Hartford City 60 FOB and Anderson 27 Misses Lena and Atlanta Pulliam of Sunday The levels below the sea are those at Union MEW YORK City dry 71 feet Bluffton dry 216 New Hope were the guests of Miss Misses Emma and Beaulah Stone at WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA Decatur dry 460 Fort Wayne dry 648 Savannah Peyton on last Sunday tended the wedding of their cousin Mrs THE ONLY LINK Kokomo Kos 1 and 2 65 and 86 respect Fannie Egbert the 20th whiohwas a very Miss Coharn the accomplished quiet affair ively Alexandria 42 Francesville oil Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars 210 Noblesville 78 Jonesboro 79 lady teacher of Stoney Creek has Miss Ida Steele will take her departure Portlund Nos 1 2 and 8 61 66 and 64 gone home on a three weeks visit FOB f in a few days for Henderson accompanied Portland No 4 dry 70 Portland Nos 5 A barn belonging to Mr Bird Dod by her cousin little Mamie McDowell 6 68 and 64 and and Portland No 7 son was destroyed by fire one day last oil 89 feet Mr Thompson does not week Loss about 300 no insurance where they will spend the summer FBOM vouch for the accuracy of these figures There wus a telegram received a few series of prayer meetings are pro Â¬ days since stating that Miss Mary Bacon He states that no gas has been found in A Lexington paying quantity south of the Ohio river gressing at Lebanon Church meets would return from Missouri where she LouisvilJeCinciunati but is confident that it will yet be discov Â¬ every Saturday night All are in has spent the past month in a short time TO ered in that area Francisville is the vited to come ana join in the good Mrs Campbell Onan is improving slowmost westerly point where the Trenton work She ly after a severe spell of pneumonia rock has been found charged with gas or However all the boys were not in has been nursed by Mrs Webster and oil Kokomo the most westerly point Connecting In same depot with fast trains for where gas has been reached in paying the trenches out here last Saturday Miss Church two of the best nurses in our quantity Portland the most easterly as was previously published that community Miss Hardie Bacon one of Peaks Mills point of gas output in tho State and they would be but helped to instruct fairest is spending a few days with her Greensburg the furthest south He thinks the committee at tho convention THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Mrs Onan She will return there is much to encourage the hope that Bald Knob thinks that the State cousin home L H Sunday accompanied by one LYNCHBURG to her a vast area north west and south will yet prove productive of both gas and oil House clique had better call anotherÂ¬ of the handsomest and most promising DANVILLE The existence of oil at Francisville is sig mass convention The one last Sat young gents of the community nificant und taken in connection with urday was such a compliment to NORFOLK the fact that un intermittent gas well has Frankfort reminded one of so many Frankfort Ky April 28 87 AND ALL POINTS IN been active at intervals since 1866 within turkeys grabbing at one grain of corn Editor Roundabout three miles of the town and that a flowing We make it known to the Harp cor Â¬ I see in the Argus of Thursday I0STI HOLM has long been known in the oil spring neighborhood it would seem almost cer respondent that the pike here will be morning what purports to be the For tickets and further Information apply t tain that n rich field exists somewhere in for rent as soon as the wheat crop is proceedings of the Democratic jour nearent ugaei uiiice saved that was accidently sowed the that region He concludes that in the southern half other day Here Is the place for you Convention held here on last Sat- Â¬ W W MONROE brother correspondent The soil is ex- Â¬ urday the 23d inst I desire to f the State there are two possibilities Div Passr Agent Lexington Ky tra fine and is about 14 inches deep state as secretary of that conven- Â¬ W O WIOKHAM H W FULLER the lower coal measures 2 In the Devo- - Traveling on said road not free tion that the convention failed to 2d Vioe President Gan Pasi Agt 8 In the Lower Silurian For terms apply to the President niun formation is Opinion of Mr Thompson State Geologist of Indi Â¬ ana on tlie Gas Question Fork IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ -- mm rJ - iSfoJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ - w ra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ a solid IlRAiasr m iiV I Â¬ WASHINGTON CITY Â¬ V1IM Â¬ M 1 - 1 tWk -- KMif f 1 I 7 A few weeks ago the Chief of the Signal Service wrote to Col Ed C Went of this city to know if there was a river gauge at this point and Mr Went requested Mr Geo B Macklin to write a history of the gauge at present upon the middle pier of the St Clair street bridge which he enclosed to the Department and at the same time recommended that a regular Government gauge be placed here He received the following letter in reply on Friday of Â¬ Â¬ m PttANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT Topeka Kansas a APRIL 80 1887 TIME TABLE TKAINB EABT No 18 leaves Frnnkfort No 22 lenvea Frnnkfort No 20 leaves Frnnkfort No 24 nrrivea Frnnkfort TRAINS WEBT 1003 n m 50B p m 947 p m 800 p m 54fi n m No 23 leaves Frnnkfort 8lfi a m No 17 loaves Frnnkfort 156 p m No 21 leaves Frankfort 450 p m No IS leaves Frankfort Trains No 23 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 connect at AnchornRo for Shelbyville Â¬ Â¬ last week SIONAL OFFICE WAR DEPARAMENT V Washinoton Ky The ladies of the First Presby- Â¬ terian Church will give a festival for the benefit of their church as Sir Referring to your letter of the 6th instant relative to the river gauge at Frankfort and en closing a letter from Mr George B Macklin on the subject I am soon as strawberries come into directed by the Chief Signal Offi cer to express to you the thanks of the market 1 Shelbyville wants natural gas too and is going to Bore for it MR Voluntary Observer Signal Service U S KC Citt April 20 1887 A WENT Frannfoht I sensational dispatches which were say how can she sell so much sent from this city on Sunday and cheaper than any other house beMonday nights cause she has bought them at an Hoes rakes lawn mowers at the imported auction sale during her anvil house of Gray Church visit in New York The dress hqr establishment is An excursion train will be run goods stock in complete from a canvas cloth for from this city to Louisville morning to enable the lovers of five cents a yard to an imported base ball to witness the game be- plaid or serge trimmings to match tween the Louisville and Cincin- Â¬ You certainly must see the round Â¬ It leaves here at 730 hats and bonnets and you will imnati clubs oclock a m and returning leaves agine you are at Madam Princes in New York as they are im- Â¬ Louisville at 745 p m m ported ana no copies It is well sewer is being built on Main worth the trouble to call and A street South Side to drain the examine the stock of hosiery and low ground near Third into the the endless amount of all kinds of as you will be well new Cross street sewer When trimmings this is done it is to be hoped the paid for your trouble in the pro- Â¬ people who have been walking in fusion of fine goods and novelties the mud and water for the past Sheriffs Notice eight years on Main street will The tax books for Franklin be given a sidewalk county are now in my hands and Immense stock of cutlery razors all persons are notified to come straps scissors at the big anvil house forward and settle their taxes for of Gray Church the year 1887 The new revenue m Rev Wm J Williams pastor law requires me to collect and payÂ¬ over the revenue to the State beof Providence Baptist Church at fore the first day of September Woodlake this county and also next and all not paid by that time pastor of the Baptist Church at will have six pen cent and costs Lawrenceburg has resigned the added as a penalty J W Gaines Sheriff care of the church at the latter Frankfort Ky April 21 place on account of one of the Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati in this matter and to inform you will make his regular monthly visit that an officer of this service will to this city on Saturday next May soon visit Frankfort Very respectfully 7th and will be at the Capital Your obedient servant Hotel as usual J Mitchell 2d Lieut Signal Corps U S A Â¬ Gray Church have a lot of tinware at cost See the prices Ladies who wish to purchase a Mr Harry Rodman celebrated guaranteed silk dress in all shades his 1 8th birthday on Monday the as well as quality would do well 25th by giving a euchre party to visit Mrs Sol Harris estabwhich was largely attended and lishment as she will certainly very much enjoyed by all present astonish you in low prices of black o gros grain all silks from 75 cents The correspondent of the Louis to 175 per yard worth 35 per ville Courier Journal lias a very cent more every yard guaranteed fertile imagination or is a rather or money refunded This is no gullable youth judging from the empty boast but facts You will Â¬ this office for the information given Which is the capital is a beautiful and growing city of forty thousand people possessing many advantages DKALEH IN AND MANUFAOTUBKB OF- enjoyed by but few cities anywhere The location is very desirable drain ITALIAN MARBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS ago good and good water The altitutlo being one thousand feet RUSTIC TABLETS HEADSTONES above the sea level guarantees a dry healthy atmosphere which makes it All kinds of stono work promptly attended to Estimates furnished on applica a desirable residence city as well as it tion Correspondence solicited now is the political commercial and 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY railroad center of the State the State April 2 3m Capitol being located here which is a very line structure now in course of Garden fertilizers at Mastin Bros Call and see our sample Binder construction Four trunk line rail Â¬ 20 Reaper and Mower roads are now already in this pcint MASTIN BROS We are headquarters for Southern namely the great Hock Island the A full variety of Landreths gar Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Union vegetables and strive to have a full den seeds fresh at Chapman Pacific and tho Missouri Pacific and supply daily Ellwangek Bkos Gayles old Market House Corner a large number of smaller roads and branch lines diverging from this Fresh Southern Hungarian and point which gives all railroad advan Â¬ Milct at Mastin Bros Ready mixed paints at LeCompte 31 tages in competition of freight rates Carpenters South Side drug store The Heywood baby carriage the and accommodation as well us every Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes facility for distributing merchandise best made for sale at R Rogers 32 c Lawn Mowers at Mastin Bros from this point It will be within m If you want Landreths fresh gar We have the largest assortment of the next few years the greatest whole Â¬ Car Â¬ mixed paints ever brought to Frank Â¬ sale point in the State of Kansas there den beeds go to LeCompte will be several millions of dollars ex- Â¬ penters fort and guarantee them pended during the year of 1887 Chapman fe Gayle California Apricots Peaches are five miles of street pave Â¬ Green Gages Bartlett Pears Cher Â¬ 29 tf Old Market House Corner There ment going to be put in and ten or ries Plums c at Ellwanger Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 twelve miles of street railway now in Bros West Jefferson street Louisville construction besides ten miles now Having more fresh cows than I Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ in operation The Rapid Transit need at this time I offer two or three ty 30 3m Street Railway Company is building good ones for sale about fifteen miles to be completed Place your farms and town lots for L B Marshall in the most modern way and operat Â¬ sale with Wm P Scott He will 32 2t ed with Noiseless Steam Motors advertise them thoroughly tf which will faciliate transportation at your own Glass and Chinaware Custom grinding every Wednes Â¬ from the suburbs of the city and price Call early and secure bar Â¬ day and Saturday at Jewel Mills which will be as big an enterprise as gains Ellwanger Bros Meal exchanged when not running any trunk line coming into the city Milam McKee For early tomato plants apply to 31 4 1 and having all the modern appli- Â¬ to the conven- Â¬ L B Marshall or Wm Wright ances being adapted For pure drugs at honest prices go 32 2t ience and comfort of those who may to Chapman Gayles old Market R Rogers has the best baby carri- Â¬ House Corner locate in this beautiful city Invest Â¬ 29 tf ments made here especially ulong age manufactured the Heywood 32 For Sale A good second hand the line of this railway will grow m piano for sale at a bargain Apply at very profitable and safe investments Utiea Lime Just received a this office 29 tf to those who desire to place their car load at D L Halys m money in this city No other city in For Rent The store in Odd Fel- Â¬ Golden Rio thirty cents per lows Temple recently occupied by the West offers greater inducements than this beautiful city of Topeka to Â¬ pound Plantation Rio twenty five Thos Rodman jr Apply to E A Fellmer day Any person desiring any infor Â¬ cents per pound at Ellwanger Bros Ctm Corporate Committee to Topeka can mation in regard All grades of flour away below learn through reliable parties who mill prices at J Heeneys South For Rent A two story frame are in correspondence with Messrs Side residence with five rooms and cellar 30 609 Kansas m Co Bartholomew on the corner of Logan and Campbell Full supply of artists materials at Avenue Topeka Kansas they give streets Gas in the house and water as reference the First National Bank South Side drug store in the yard Apply to W C Hern don or any other bank in their city or On account of being overstocked Rev J G Venable who has been a on Prices and Burnetts Extracts Genuine Japan Tea sixty cents per resident of this part of the State as we will offer them at cost for the pound Ellwanger Bros well as of said city who will con- Â¬ next thirty days firm all we have said Ellwanger Bros -- FRANKFORT MARBLE WORKS Â¬ i N -- Whitewash and paint brushes Ask to see our stitched back kid mixed paints all at rockbottom glove in all colors at 75 cents prices from Gray A Church 83 most prominent members of that MATTEllNS best Photographs body heaping abuse upon him for of all sizes reduced to half price having taken up a collection to reCheap millinery of all kinds at lieve the church from debt Mrs M J Hallnans Â¬ 1887 33 1 Extra Fine Preserves and Jellies A pleasure to shave with one of the In half pints pints and quarts at Ellwanger Bros Jine razors from Gray Church On Monday afternoon a small frame cottage on Second street owned and occupied by Spencer Booker colored was destroyed by fire Loss about 300 with The fire depart- Â¬ 200 insurance ment were on hand promptly and did good work confining the flames to that house although the alarm was slow coming in and then by way of the Arsenal Hill Weitzel ODonnell - Finest and cheapest ribbons feath- Â¬ ers c for ladies- bonnets at Mrs M J Hallnans Lost A ladys breast pin gold in the form of a bow set with rubie and diamonds A liberal roward will be paid for the return of it to 33 lt room 60 Capital Hotel All the latest styles of spring hats and bonnets at Mrs M J Hallnans We are daily receiving additions 17ha3aby mi sick we jtato ber Cutote 31 to our millinery stock When aho was a Child she cried for Caatori Lace curtains neatly laundried for Co Sam D Soiinson When she becamo Miss she clang to CaatorU 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also When the had Children ehe gare them CMtorJ done up in the best style by Chase Sanborns Java and FRANK D BULL Mocha two pound cans sixty five Agent Famous Dayton Laundry cents Just received by Ellwanger Bros Syrup of Figs Our splendid kid gloves are all war Â¬ Save money by buying groceries Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ ranted and fit to the hand nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco 30 33 Weitzel ODonnell from J Heeney South Side Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ It is the most easily taken Â¬ tive Hymans Celebrated Sweet Pick All goods bought guaranteed and and the most pleasantly effective les Gerkins and Mangoes in gallon remedy 30 delivered by J Heeney known to cleanse the system jars very fine at Ellwanger Bros when bilious or costive to dispel We have a large assortment of Brus headaches colds and fevers to cure For the balance of the season L B habitual constipation indigestion sel and Smyrna rugs which we will Marshall will sell Buff Cochin White etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 sell under the general price tf Leghorn Brown Leghorn Black bottles by Chapman Gayle 33 Weitzel ODonnei m Java Black Spanish and Wyandotte Buoklens Arnioa Salve Our assortment of Lunch Goods eggs 13 for 100 The Best Salve in the world foe suitable for fishing parties is the Deviled Crabs and Sheels Dur Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores mast complete in the city Salad Dressing Lea Per Hands Chilblains Tetter Chapped Ellwanger Bros kees Sauce Mushrooms French Peas SkinEruptions and Corns aQt all rihs positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar- Â¬ c at Ellwanger Bros P D in all styles for sale by anteed to give perfect satiscrion or 33 Weitzel ODonnell Price 25 cents per For childrens hats go to Sam D money refunded box For sale by Joe LeCompto 31 Johnson Co Just received a Utiea Lime m car load at D L Plalys The Heywood is the best baby car Â¬ Rliuematlsm and Neural Â¬ gia Cured in a Days riage made For sale by R Rogers Old Government Java the finest 32 The Indiana Chemical Co have m coffee in the world three pounds discovered a compound which acts For cheap hats and bonnets go to with truly marvelous rapidity in for one dollar at Ellwanger Bros the 31 Sam D Johnson Co cureofRheumatfem and Neuralgia We guarantee it to cure any and Call and look at our beautiful and Utlca Lime Just received a every case of aeute Inflammatory cheap line of fans and parasols Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 car load at D L Halys 83 Weitzel ODonnell DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ Get a Heywood baby carriage of R lief in chronic cases and effect a Large assortment of trimmed and Rogers they are the best in the speedy cure- of 30 cents On receipt and bonnets at untrimmed hats in two cent 32 market stamps we will send to any address 81 Sam D JohNSON Cos Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes the prescription for this wonderful compound We have a full Jlino of Thompson teeth without plates and gold crowns your home which can be filled by druggist at small glove fitting corsets They are the on roots a specialty No 723 West We take this means of giving cost discovery to the nuhlin inaronrl f our Jefferson street Louisville Ky f best Weitzel ODonnell ting it out as a patent medicine 80 3m 83 being much less expensive We will m gladly refund money if satisfaction My motto Quick sales Twelve varieties of Tea to select small iiui Hivtu from at fifty cents to one dollar per profits and square dealing The Indiana Chemical Co 80 pound at Ellwanger Bros J Heeney Crawfordsville Iud To tlte Ladies l m 1 I 1 I i 1 j - ffiffiiifc A A i HjjuMMMMWW- - ni swwiPWTOmiJiJini T fli viiihi fftfMMlnnini ii fi1 4 J P V- - f I O O TP Celebration of the JSth Anniver sary of the Order Â¬ By Capital Lodge No 6 i- - PJ9V tf r R r- - 6 IT t P Tuesday April 26th being the C8th an Â¬ niversary of tho organization of Odd Fellowship in tho United States tho day was celebrated with appropriate ceremo nies by Capital Lodge ita 6 and Canton At 2 oclock in the after Â¬ Wildey No noon they assembled at tho Temple on St Clair street and a delegation headed by tho Frankfort Cornet Band procooded to the depot and received A delegation from Lexington composed of members ift i of Canton Lexington No 1 and Merrick and Friendship Lodges Roturning to the Temple a procession was formed under command of Past Grand W S Dehoney 1 Frankfort in the following order 2 Canton Wildey No 3 Comet Band 4 Members 3 Canton Lexington No 1 Lodge No 6 Merrick Lodge of Capital No 31 Friendship Lodge No 5 and After parad Stoney Creek Lodge No tho principal streets of tho city the ing procession returned to the Temple and oclock the spacious At 1 disbanded Lodge room of Capital Lodge was filled with the members of the order their wives daughters and invited guests Chief Marshal Dehonoy presided and after prayer by Roy Q F Bagby some excellent music was rendered by the Frankfort String Band The orator of tho occasion Noble Grand Jas A Murray Was then intioduced and delivered an ap propriate address He said in Bubstance We meet to celebrate the 68th anniver sary of Odd Fellowship Our order is based upon principles of morality charity and benevolence We are bound simply by our sacred honor to obey tho rules and principles of our organization believing that this obli gation is perhaps stronger and more binding than all others Our creed interferes with no mans religion or politics Our order is open to all mon irrespective of nationality or religious belief We are bouud by our laws to aid each other in the hour of danger or distress This each member or each members widow has a right to demand irrespective of charity as a right which the lodge is bound to boitow Our order has grown very rapidly Less than one hundred years ago tlwre was not a singlo lodge of Odd Fellows in America Now we number more than six hundred thousand members Our mysteries are only kept hidden from the public eye in order to make our order stronger and more secure But there is nothing taught in our lodges improper or immoral No good Odd Fellow can be a bad man or a traitor Every emblem and every color of our lodge is indicative of some grand princi ple of morality which prepares men for a grander and higher lodge nnd for the glory of God Let us so cultivate these principles that when life shall cease we shall be lifted to that higher and grander lodge above After music by the band Past Grand Thos B Ford was introduced and read the following original poem Oh brothers of the golden link3 Who meet together here He who the bliss of friendship drinks Need never know a fear Tis love that binds our hearts as one With truth our guiding star And these should cause our lives to run Without a stain or jar Misses Sallie Miller and Emma For we are quite a peaceful band Jenkins are on a visit to their friend Devoted to each other Mrs Aphia Hackley Graefensburg And side by sido will ever stand And neer forsake a brother Mr It B Jenkins and little daughWe are Odd Fellows odd indeed ter Maggie of Louisville paid a vis- Â¬ firm and true Iu being it to relatives in this town and vicini- Â¬ And steadfast in our ancient creed ty the first of the week To give each one his due The heaviest rain and thunder And nearly fifty golden years storm of the season visited this sec- Â¬ Our grand old Lodge has stood Has passed through many griefs and tears tion Friday of last week Tho dam Â¬ age to those bordering on water But always doing good many a poor and friendlesB man courses was considerable Theres And many a widow lone Mr James V Harrod has been in Weve aided since we first began Louisville several days this week And love and friendship shown with his little son Arthur who was paralyzed at the age of four years Tho past is hallowed with the name Of many a brother dead and who has been n cripple ever Whose life was full of virtues fame since for treatment of said trouble From just tho life he led The Drs Grant have the case in Our death roll shows a goodly crowd charge and with the braces in use a Who sleep on yonder hill permanent cure is vouchsafed Of whose bright records we are proud A lady of Shelby county visited Just as if living still her brother in this town a few davs We bore them to that resting place since and on her return home was With music soft and low met by n little negro boy in search And time their deeds cannot efface of goodies missus might have brought Because we loved them so him Hoisting the oil cloth of the Well strew our flowers oer the grave rear of the buggy he exclaimed Oh And drop the silent tear Miss Lindu your hen is done laid a Above the truthful pure and brave aig The lady stoutly denied any no longer hero Although knowledge of a hen in her vehicle Weve watched above the couch of him but on inspection found old Speckled Whore pain and anguish hung safely ensconced in the abovo named his eyes gvew dim His face grow pale The supposition is dame As death his cycle swung iartlett secured her hiding place tho darkness of tho night But in while the buggy was in Brideport We held his clammy hand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Know all men by these presents that H H Watson James N Miles J Buford Hendrick W L Collins Jno T Buckley Jas A Murray Michael Buckley and Jas G Brawner their successors and assigns arc hereby associated together under the provisions of chapter fifty six 56 of the General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky under the corporate name of the Frankfort Brick Company Section I The names of the corporators are H H Watson James N Miles J Buford Hendrick W L Collins Jno T Buckley Jas A Murray Michael Buckley and Jas G Brawner who shall constitute the first hoard of directors The name of the corporation shall he the Frankfort Brick Company as aforesaid The principal place of business shall be in the city of Frankfort county of Franklin State of Kentucky Section 2 Said corporation shall have perpetual succession and shall have power to sue and he sued and to contract and he contracted with in its said corporate name to have a common seal and to alter it at pleasure to render shares or interests of share holders transferable and to prescribe the mode of making transfers to acquire and transfer or convey titles to real estate and personal property and to possess the same rights and authority in such respects as private individuals enjoy and to establish by laws and make rules and regulations for the transaction of all business peitaining to the corporation not inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of Kentucky or of the United States Section 3 The general nature of the business of the corporation shall be the manufacture of brick tile and Other articles out of clay and the buying and selling of the same Also contracting tor the build ing of houses and other things It may also purchase contract for and receive hold and sell such stocks and bondsol other corporations public private or municipal as may be paid to it for work or fur prop erty sold as the directory may deem judici- Â¬ ous or advisable Section 4 The capital stock of the cor- Â¬ poration shall not exceed twenty five thous and dollars 25000 It shall be divided into shares of jnc hundred dollars 100 each The corporation may organize when six thousand five hundred dollars 6500 is subscribed and may commence business when ten per cent ol said last amount is paid in Stock shall be paid for in money Stock not subscribed for may be sold from time to time as the stockholders may direct provided existing stockholders shall have the preferred right to purchase in proportion to the stock held by them re spectively The terms conditions and times for such sales shall be hxeel by the stockholders Such stock subscriptions as may remain unpaid at the time of the or ganization of the corporation shall be paid in according to the contract terms of the subscription and if there be no such terms then at such times and in such sums as the board of directors may order or the by laws may provide Section 5 Saul corporation shall exist for the term of twenty five years from and after the 18th day of April 1887 during which time its affairs shall be managed by a board of noteless than five nor more than seven directors who shal be elected annum ally The director shall elect a President Vice President and secretary and treasurer which Secretary and Treasurer may be held by one and the same person who may But little corn planted or may not be a stockholder The directors The mumps still hold the fort shall be elected by the stockholders on the Farm work progressing slowly third Monday in February 1888 and on the third Monday in February of each fol The fruit prospect still flattering lowing year at such place and in such Mr William Scofield still remains manner as the by laws of the corporation may provide or the stockholders may diquite feeble rect If for any purpose there be no Miss Ida Crockett has been quite election the directors in office shall con sick for a week past tinue to act till their successors shall be W Jackson has been con- Â¬ elected and qualified Mr section 6 1 he corporation shall not in siderably worse this week cur indebtedness or liabilities exceeding in The feather renovating1 business the aggregate at any one time a sum in this town takes the lead equal to two thirds of the capital stock by the stock subscribers Prof B Lea has so far recovered actually paid inhe private property of the Section 7 1 as to be able to walk about share holders or members of the share Regular services at Evergreen to- - holders or members of the corporation shall be exempt Irom the payment of any day at 2 oclock p in and and all debts and liabilities of the corporarow at li a in Â¬ Â¬ And friendships bright and glowing star Came down the gleaming arch And nngcl bands with trumps afar Played their triumphal march Tho guardian at tho outer gate Of that grand lodge abovo Stood there to eagerly await The sons of truth and love l Oh mighty truth it will prevail Through every ago nnd clime Its potency can novor fail Throughout all coming time And this is one strong link that binds Our hearts in one grand chain And this why tho world still finds Our labors not in Vain And love is beaming over n11 And shines throughout our lives And when nil other virtues fall Tis love that still survives Oh brothers friendship love nnd truth Are strongest of all bands A chain with which both age and youth Are bound in many lands In all the ages of the past There was a common tie To bind the hearts of brothers fast And selfishness defy This is the chain that binds us now And makes us all as one Well not forget that binding vow Until lifes rare is run As down the rapid stream of time Our life barks float nwav And drift towards another clime Where soon our feet will stiay Well strive to ride each stormy wave With hope and faith and trust And in the night be ever bravo And honest true and just So when our days are ended here Well And beyond the stars A lodge without a grief or care Enclosed with shining bars And there well practice evermore Those principles so grand That wo have cherished here before In 5ur fraternal band Music followed and then all present were invited into tho north hall of the Temple where an elegant banquet had been spread by the fair hands of the wives daughters and sisters of tho members of Capital Lodge and although the two tables extending the full length of the hull were twice full the greatest abun dance of good things was left It was a magnificent spread to which all did ample justice At the close of the banquet the following toasts wore read and responded to Merrick Lodge by Dr Pryor of Lexing- Â¬ ton The Press by Hon J D Kehoe Tho youngest member of Friendship Lodge by Mr J W Johnson of Lexington Our neighbor the Roundabout by the Roundabout man The Ladies by Hon Ira Julian The gathering then disjpersed the Lex ington delegation taking the C O train for home the wish being unanimous that Capital Lodge should go on to continued prosperity and evor remain an honor to tho city in which it has so long existed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notice of Incorporation WHITE HALL We have so many bargains to offer our customers in CLOTHING HATS SHOES And the like that our limited space will not allow a mention if you will only come to but When you arc in need of any article To select from and such low prices you Can not but be suited What a customer wants when he buys is to go where a well assorted and large stock is kept and all patrons of WHITE HALL will bear testimony they find a well kept stock there both in and out of season WHITE HALL IMMENSE STOCK We sell youll buy for such art Â¬ iv ORUTOHER STAKES Main Street DO YOU We ti WANT THE EARTH we will give you the cant give you that but best in the city Gents Shoe for Ladies Kid Boot for Â¬ 300 250 200 250 200 Â¬ OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION A large stock and prices to suit the times R K MSCLURR Â¬ PHOTOGRAPHS If you want a finely finished photograph at a very low price ccme to Bridgeport Â¬ KLRQDs gallery All work guaranteed to be done satisfactory in every respect -- Â¬ LOOK AT1 OTTK I I IFKIOIES J Daisies 75 cents a dozen Cnbinets 300 a dozen Card 150 a dozen Panels 400 a dozen Boudoirs 500 a dozen LAEGEE W0EK PE0P0ETI0NATELY EEDUOED J ELRODS GALLERY 884 Apl 23 lm Main street between Ann and Lewis streets to-mo- r- Â¬ tion P LIGHT E CLAASSEN Witness our hands this 18th of April 1887 Â¬ II H Watson J N Milis Jno T Buckley Jas A Murray Michael Buckley James G I N B J BuroRD Hendrick W L Collins LIGHT -- CLAASSEN DEeoXzoni Steam Fitters IN- -- Brawner State of Kentucky Smith Clerk of the County Court of the county aforesaid certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was on this day produced to me in said county and acknowledged by H H Watson J N Miles J Buford Hendrick W L Collins Jno T Buckley Jas A Murray and James G Brawner to be their act and deed all Given under of which is hereby certified nryhand this 18th day of April 1887 N By County ok Franklin icrr Plumbers Gas DEALERS Gas Fixtures Bath Pipe and Fittings c Tubs Sinks Closets- - Jno Ed Graves UJIITH t Clerk Deputy Cletk vsSf Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed NoJj27 St Clair St Weitzel Blpok - - Frankfort Ken tucky Until another morning light Revealed a glorious land Aunt Linda says if Clem wants her hen she will have to come after it County ok Franklin SCT I N B Smith Clerk of the County Court of the county aioresaid certify that the foregoing articles incorporating the Frankfort Brick Company was on this day produced to me in satd county certified as above for record and was acknowledged by Mike Buckley to be his act and jded Thereupon said articles the foregoogVfcnd this certificate have been truly recoraedjin Given under my hand ths ioth my office day of April 1887 N B SMITH By Jno Ed Graves C F C C D C State of Kentucky MEETING OF STOCK Â¬ HOLDERS One of the Beet Located Resi Â¬ for sale dences in South Frankfort FARMERS BANK OF KENTUCKY W 1L HALL FRANKFORT APRIL 1ST 1887 FOR SALE DRhouse and and lot OFFERSconior of Cross IBS on the and ANNUAL MEETING OF THE flTOOK Manstreots The lot contains auout two acres holclors ot this bank will be held at their and the house Is IiikooU repair There banking house In the city of Frankfort on Mon Â¬ peach and plum frees In abundance ure apple upon the day the 2d day ol May 1887 at 1030 oclock place two largo pits stocked with Murslml Nell for the purpose of electing Director for the rnSfiH Iirril 11 irfnnll hniioU 11 Principal Bank and Branches to serve for the VmiTHitcw A2i4t ensuing year and for the transaction of any other apparatus business that may be brought before the meeting By order of the Board ApliWm GRANT GREEN Cashltr Fb 2My fota TERMS EASY li t- - ApplytoDHWBBAL JttaJjLjMtijl j jAJjttf in 11 - imm tlil HasTzas Jk j I t t y viggri nwymw y 7 t3 READ WHAT CAN BE FOUND m ONE FRANKFORT HOUSE Gate City Stone Filter Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves and the celebrated The largest stock of Stoves kept by any retail house in central Kentucky and at bottom prices Bath Tubs Wash Stands Hydrants Kitchen Sinks Water Closets and everything necessary to do sani-Â¬ tary work A complete line of Gas Fixtures in Chandeliers Brackets and Hall Lights A large assortment of Gtfs Globes 25 UJ All sizes of grates from 16 to 24 inches Brecker patent grate Wallace patent grate and a full line of basket grates always on hand cents to three dollars each Chamber sets from SI 50 to 500 Cash boxes bond boxes bread boxes etc 140 to 1500 In Japaned Ware A full line of water coolers from The largest assortment of Glassware bought diÂ¬ rect from the manufacturers in large quantities to get bottom prices to be found in the city Call and see them the prices cannot be duplicated The largest and best selected stock of Queens ware ever brought to Frankfort Tea sets from S3 50 up Dinner Sets from 850 up Chamber sets from S3 50 up Opaque China in broken stock French China Carlsbad Bohemian Hungarian Royal Wor cescer and other fancy goods too numerous to mention H- - Pumps in wood and iron The celebrated Supe- Â¬ rior pump the best in the market cistern pumps in wood and iron also the galvanized iron bucket pump known as the Elevator and Purifier Pump In Tinware The largest and best selected stock in the city Tin buckets at the following prices one quart 10 cents two quart 10 cents three quart 15 cents four quart 1 5 cents six quart 20 cents eight quart 25 cents and everything in proportion for cheap tinware In extra heavy a full stock of old fashion tinware that is first class ask for double thick TIHT if i SL ATET AND IROK ROOFING i vt i i Guttering and Spouting Tin Repairs of all kinds done promptly Gas Fitting Plumbing Sewerage and everything in sanitary work done on short notice by experienced men and at prices as low as the lowest 211 ST CLAIR STREET TRANKTOKT KT V H JOHN T BUCKLEY L rs i v jtffVawSMiS Ok JLi SALtfiL v - Y JtftlCJ -- l JjAuVgfc ti JihkK ssgsaHSSSswssBMSBMSttmimmiaMiJimmgZSSSS 4 CSV- - V r FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Their Business Booming Probably no ono tlilnp has caused such a general revival of tralo at LeComptes Carpenters Drugstore Barretts Greatest j- NOTIGR1 Look Â¬ r 1 M Out We Are Coming Effort 7 F EM ft The Ever Popular Sawdust Impressario Eclipses His Own Record That the circus possesses charms of unrivaled potency is again manifested by the lively interest taken by our citizens generally in the coming of S H Barretts New United Monster Shows which ex- Â¬ hibit here on Tuesday May loth The general opinion is that Mana Â¬ ger Barrett will produce some de- Â¬ cided novelties and the indica tions are that the exhibition will attract a class of people who rarely attend an entertainment of this style Barrett it is said presents a more diversified and novel circus performance than any of his Acts are given contemporaries simultaneous in three rings and on a large central stage by a corps of two hundred performers including many of the noted bare- Â¬ back rideis acrobats aerialists boxers vaulters wrestlers and swordsmen of both this country and Europe Some of the most sensational features are the per formances of Donald McKcnzies combination of Scotch athletes sixteen in number who appear in thrilling broadsword combats on horseback Caledonian sports and classic Olympian games the start ling athletic and equestrian feats of Nubar Hassan s Arabs and the marvelous jugglery wire walking and acrobatic exploits of the Royal Yeddo Japanese artists There will be a brilliant revival of Roman hippodromatic cotests and stirring illustrations of wild life on the plains The circus proper ought surely to possess delight even for the blaze show goer Barrettss me- Â¬ nagerie museum aviary and aqua- Â¬ rium are pronounced exceptional- Â¬ ly fine His herd of elephants is now one of the largest ever seen on the continent Prominent in this group of pachyderms are Bismark and Juno the biggest wedded couple extant and fDoc and Ben Butler two al- Â¬ most human elephantine clowns Barrett will also present here the famous human enigma Jo Jo the dog faced Russian boy who has attracted so much attention in Europe the past few years Jo head is an exact counter- Â¬ Jos part of that of a skye terrier He is not an insipid imbecile but a bright thinking being Barrett will certainly attract big audiences Â¬ PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATl as their giving away to their custom Â¬ THE bought from Mrs Addlo Garrett admin istratrix of E Whltesldes deceased his entire ers of so many free trial bottles of Dr Interest in the On account of an increase in our business we have removed our store from Ann St to Kings New Discovery for Consump- Â¬ tion Their trade is simply enormous Main Street Next Door to the Engine House in tills very valuable article from the Furniture and Undertaking fart that it always cures and never Where wc propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky disappoints Coughs Colds Asth Â¬ We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz ma Bronchitis Croup and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured And have sold one half Interest In my business to You can test it before ouying by get OLLIVER AND SODTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS ting a trial bottle free large size SI BUSINESS Every bottle warranted jt-ja-- po 3 W S DEHONEY And hereafter tho style of the firm will be AVERY MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL PLOWS We have also added to our stock i STATEN 111 DEHONEY MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 0 MOWERS BUGGIES And the business n be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes fc Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf J OS T STATEN SURRE7SR0AL CARTS SADDLES AND HAENESS Choic Coal KINDS Cheap FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY Call and see us MASTIN BROS a PURELY VEGETABLE It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the SCREENED ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Ful Prompt Weight Bottom Prices Telephone connection No 36 Trio WITH THE TL E-u-cfele- sr I IVEIt - DNEYSf and Rowels SPECIFIC FOR GEO B MACISIiIXT FRANKFORT a Y STILL AHEAD - -- c AN EFFECTUAL Malaria Bowel Complaints Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation Bllloasness Kidney Affections Jaundice Mental Depression Colic OE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in I VI k4 GENERAL QIasswareLamp AND No Household Should be Without It and by belugkcpt ready for immediate use will save many an hour of suffering ana many a dollar in tlmo nnd doctors bills THERE IS BUT HARDWARE and Building Material Blacksmiths -- Paints Oil Glass -- Fancy Goods Of all descriptions i ONE Lime Cement The SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR on and Waeon Makers Material LARGEST STOCK OF- JHZEILIN Philadelphia Pa Notice It known See that you get the genuine with red Z front of Wrapper Prepared only by 4 CO Sole Proprietors - PRICE 100 of Incorporation 1887 Â¬ Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Broadway aud Lewis Streets STOVES GRATES Vases iwsri in jiii1 i1 1nH HPl Tflrc fc I iW ill Brass Goods Goal Hods V I v t r if 1 4 JBoWels H j For sale in 50 cent and 1 Cpapman Gayle bottles by Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal per BE appeared before the Clerk of the Frank lin County Court the following n imed persons John B Meek It E Gaines U V Williams Wnw ieorge A Lewis W L Tnnner L II Cromwell Flnnel and U Keenon who signed uid acknowl- Â¬ edged urtlcles of incorporation under the provis ions btchapter 66 leneral Statutes to be known by the name and style of the Frankfort Natural Gas und Ull Company and said articles of Incor- Â¬ poration were then tiled for record The persons above named are the Incorporators of said com pany and shall constitute its llrst board of directors The principal place of transacting the business Â¬ of said corporation shall be In Frankfort Kentucky und said corporation shall commence on the 2d day of April 1887 and terminate twenty live years thereafter Said company shall have perpetual succession and the power to contract and be contracted with sue und be sued implead und be Impleaded to take hold own nnd In anywise alien property real personal und mixed to have a common seal and ulter the same at pleasure und to establish by laws and make rules and regulations for the management of the attalrs of said company not Inconsistent with the Constitution or laws of this State or of the United States The general nature of the business of said cor- Â¬ poration shall be to develop produce utilize con Â¬ vey and gell or In uny otherwise dispose of pe Â¬ troleum natural gas and salt water or any of them which may be upon or come from uny of the lands which said company may own lease or control or upon which for any of such purposes It may have or acquire the right and to these ends the compa Â¬ ny lsempowered to drill bore or In anywise sink und maintain wells for the purpose of producing here petroleum natural gits und salt water or either und construct lay maintain und operate derricks buildings machinery tanks pipes receivers gas Â¬ ometers warehouses manufactories und uny other Improvements or appliances hi or by means petroleum gas und or Hampton Tenn 1 of which such produced distributed salt waferutil- Â¬ may be sold or 20 1887 f eitherund lor this purpose may construct lay und Feb ized conduit pipes of uny kind and uny other Gentlemen I have had catarrh for operateto or from any of said lands or other places means over three years For three years I and may acquire by lease or otherwise lauds situ- Â¬ had pains over my eyes 1 olten ated In uii portion of Franklin county suitable Said and for could not sleep not being able to shallsuch uses right purposes naturalcorporation convey gas have the was not without Into the city to Frankfort or within from breathe througii my nose of said or distribute able tosmell anything for three years city andtothere reasonable or sell the same theboth Â¬ any In this sad plight last spring ue- - subject and safety of the regulations for suld con city Inhabitants of venience city may a fcvi took one dozen us said powers In proper the exercise of Its governtakings deem to Impose Suld cor-Â¬ mental mttles The pains left my forehead poration before opening In uny street ray smelling faculty returned and I alley paik or other publicthe groundFrankfort for place In lulng removing or repairing uny of Its pipes or could sleep soundly This is the hap py result of your medicine I have necessary appliances shall obtain the consent ofÂ¬ the council of suld city therefor provided ull natbe convejed leit no symptoms oi tne return oi the ural gas shullthe city of distributed sold und Irankfort for fuel und disease until the very wet and cold used within heating purposes only but may be used outside season set in and even then I was so the Hunts of suld city for uny purposes be conThe much better than I had been for three ducted uttalrs of said corporation shallthan fourÂ¬ by board of directors of years that I felt like a different man nor more u than nine members not less be pre us may am going to take a few bottles this scribed b the by laws who shall be elected by the year und spring so as to completely eradicate stockholders for u term of onedirectors until their bald shall every remnant of the disease My successors are electeda President and Vice-Pre- elect number from their is greatly improved dent ulso u Secretary und Treasurer the same general health person both Treasurer since I began taking your medicine may or may benot be fcecretury andof the boardand may of a member my disordered kidneys restored directors and The regular election for directors und other to their normal functions My diges Â¬ corporation shull be held on the tion is now iirst class and I can eat officers of said January of each succeeding year first Monday In of directors at anything I wish whereas before I The board ull olllcers to servetheir Hist meeting until the regular shall elect took S S S such was not the case The llrst meeting of said board shall election Yours truly be held on the written call of not less thun one half of the directors Five days previous notice B of ull meetings of stockholders shull be given by -Â¬ Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis publication In a newspaper published In the city of Frankfort und each share of stock shall en- Â¬ eases mailed free cast In Specific Co Drawer title the holder thereof to one ote to bestock of The person or by written proxy The capital 3 Atlanta Ga suld company shull be ten thousand dollurs di- Â¬ m vided into shares of ten dollars each which shall be deemed personal property und subscribed for und paid In at the times and upon the terms and trunsferrable til the manner to be prescribed In The stockholders suld And the efficacy of its action have the by luws ofthirds company a meeting called for vote may by a two rendered the famous liquid fruit rem- Â¬ that purpose lncreuse saidat stock to not exceeding edy Syrup of Figs immensely popu- Â¬ fifty thousand dollars The Indebtedness of said no time exceed thirds of lar It cleanses and tones up the company shall at Private property two the Incor- Â¬ of stock system dispels headaches Its capitaland stockholders of suld company shall feverish porators eolds and fevers cures Habitual Con- Â¬ be exempt from Its corporate debts and liabili- Â¬ stipation Dyspepsia and the many ties Given under our hands this 2d day of April 1887 JNO B MEEK ills depending on a weak or inactive It E GAINES condition of tne Kidneys Liver and that on the 2d day of April FRANKFORT Feb 24 tf KENTUCKY And at prices that cannot be dupli- Â¬ cated eversen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place Â¬ THORN HILL POULTRY L B MARSHALL PROPRIETOR Â¬ JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Â¬ R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leghorns Butt Cochins Black Javas W F B Spanish EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 100 Per setting of 13 Feb 12 2m f Capital City Machine Works J- - B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer und Dealer in P T7 MAJOR STEAM ENGINES BOILERS ATTORNEY AT LAW PBANKPOBT KY and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals und in the Federal Court PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln CarrollTHE CIRCUIT COURTS iallatln Boone Owen Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blaoksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to -- He Had Catarrh Station WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Agent for S EfcTO INEI ana J1TJD BOIILjIEilR THIj CS Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lewis St Near tho River Frnnkfort Ky SEND FOR PRICE LIST WOIESIEIS Heal Estate Agent THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties und will also she special uttenilou to the purchttbe and sale of rail estate collection of rents clulms Onlce opposite and the negotiation of loans i WILL June PRACTICE IN H G MATTERNS CAPITAL Â¬ 25 ly J AS A VIOLETT JAS ANDREW SCOIT SCOTT VIOLETT ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET I FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Franklin and udjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Duvull Building PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- Jan 24 tf AND ALSU- - si DR J OFFICE MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gus L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN DENTIST S GOLLINS PEOTOGRAPHS Of H111S8 i tii ihr m all Sizes at Seduced Frioe mHffliii HM99n5psnRv7iTfiiwWB7b73T7BfM7TwW J R ROGERS -- Allen DEALER IN- - ED Swift COMPTON -- MACKLIN Its Delicacy of Flavor PROPRIETORS FURNITURE COFFINS Cornice Poles C6MPLETE line of Elkhorn Roller Wills -- HAVK Gents Furnishing Goods THE FUIX- - C In Stock and all Kinds of and Widow Hsinres Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE x u t it I AND MANUFACTURE U V WILLIAMS April Mm WM CROMWELL GEO A LEWIS W L TANNER L H FINNELL U KEENON Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the World Office A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Squaw STREET FRANKFORT KY All the latest ityle furniture constantly la stock tcrai 60 848 A GOODIs BUILDING LOT at aBY 836 OR For offered for tale bargain feet apply at tbUoMe Feb26tr