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Tg T WT wrTTrT kW i t The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY MAY 7 1887 Number 34 i A AN h FEND INSPECTION STOCK to NO FROM TO INCURS OBLIGATION BUY 1 J 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 s H idl M w yi ji Collars and Ouffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed jp HUDSUIN Before Sir Timborlake had gotten nearly through his pieco Sir Franks eyes were swimming in tears and when ho stepped forward to receive tho jewel his voice was husky and he trembled with the emotions he could hardly find words to express Â¬ hUMFMHIES Mr Allen Lake manager of the Telephone Exchange in this city has received a copy of the follow- Â¬ ing letter which explains itself -r- ---- UASSELL Louisville Tobacco Market FUBNISHED BY OLOVEB V r A Former Frankfort Boy Honored Â¬ We clip the following account of the presentation of a Past Commanders jewel to Mr J F Lewis formerly of this city by the members of Louisville Com Â¬ KEPLY OK JNO F LEWIS if I know my own heart her weal has been the incentive animating every act of mine with reference to her since first by your indulgence I stood at that door seeking admission among those valiant and magnanimous knights whoso well earned famo has spread both far and wide for acts of charity and deeds of pure beneficence j own and r BIETOBS DUBBETT PBOLOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- UOUSE - toward For several days it had been quietly unworthiness something unusual whispered around that There nre times in our lives when such was to occur nt the annual raeoting of an occasion as this so surprises and un on Thursday mans us that the thoughts we would com Â¬ Louisville Commandery night in consequence of which the asy Â¬ mand tako to themselves wings and in lum was pretty well filled by a good their absence all wo can do is in a very natured and expectant assemblage of tho eeblo and imporfect manner to express Sir Knights of Louisville Coininandory our gratitude by saying I thank you all with it sprinkling of visitors from De from the dopths of my heart I thank you The event of the Molny Commandery This evidenco of your confideuco and evening was tho presentation to Past Emi- regard speaks to my heart in tones no hu nent Commander John F Lewis of a man words could evor portray and I es most elegant gold badge of the order teem and prize it because I believe it is handsomely enameled and engraved and given more as an attestation of your ap encased in a substantial satin lined mo- preeiation of my humble efforts in be rocco case Sir Tom Tiraborlako did tho half of our beloved commaudory than honors for tho Commandery which by on personal grounds however tenderly I this elegant testimonial showed its affec- cherish tho sentiments of personal re tion for and appreciation of this illus gard which prompted you in its bestowal trious Sir Knight It is my earnest prayerful hope that BEMARK8 OF Silt KNIGHT TIIOS O TIMDEU- - whatover I may havo been enabled by di vine graco to do for tho furtherance of LAKE ritKHENTINd A TAST COMMAND- tho best interests of our beloved order EUH JEWEL TO 8IU KNIOUT J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No i mandery No i Knights TemLangungo fails me to plar from the Louisville Sunday tions which fill my hoartexpress tho emoas awakened by this manifestation of your kind feeling Argus of May 1st Eminent Commander Sir Knight Tivibertake and Sir Knights of Louisville Commandery Â¬ Beyond my highest joy I prize her heavenly ways Her sweet commission solemn vows Hor hymns of joy and praise one who pniufully feels his own For her my tears shall fall For her my prayers ascend To hor my toils and cares be given Til toils and cares shall end Â¬ Sir Knights having placed this beauti- mile of the Central Office 500 ful jewel upon my breast it shall ever bo per month and 25 cents additional ray earnest prayer to the great Captain of our Salvation that fle will so stre lgthen for each additional half mile or Residences within a radius mo by His grace that I may wear it less through life untarnished by word or act of one mile of the Central Office of mine that tho holy cause it represents 375 per month and 25 cents admay never bo made to blush for my un ditional for each additional half worthiness or you to feel tho slightest pang of regret for its bestowal mile or less Â¬ 87 Sales on our market for tho week just Lex- Â¬ closed amount to 2 121 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1005 hhds ington Ky Sales for tho year to date 4008U hhds Dear Sir Your favor of the Sales for the month 7088 hhds Receipts and tho past regarding Frankfort week sales have been heavier for the trade 25th inst The knowing ones of Ky received You can place the havo predicted that with increased re rentals at Frankfort on the same ceceipts and sales prices would decline we are glad be able basis as exists at Lexington Ky but grades of newtoBurley to report that all are firm nt viz offices within a radius of one weeks quotations Old Burleys last are stronger Tho following are the New Burley Tobacco Nashville Tenn April 27 N R Young Superintendent Â¬ quotations for Dark Trash 200 to 272 Colory Trash 275 to 400 Common Lugs not colory 350 to 4r0 Colory Lugs 450 to 500 Common Leaf not colory 450 to 000 Good Leaf 000 to 800 Fine Leaf 1000 to 1475 i LEWIS OF LOUISVILLE 1887 COMMANDEUY NO 1 K T AlIlIL 26 4 s 1 r Eminent Commander Before proceeding with tho eleotiou of ask to make a fow remarks that officers may provo of interest Tho success of the Commandery during the past year has indeed been a Bourco of great gratifi cation and in order that our jubiloo may bo properly signalized wo have determin ed to present n testimonial to that Sir Knight whom tho Commaudory delights Simple modest a sterling to honor friend pious humane and magnani mous ho holds together in rare symetri cal union the wholo circle of tho virtues truly a Knight without fear and without Need I name him Sir Knight reproach John Franklin Lewis to whom I now have tho pleasure of presenting this past commanders jewel in behalf of his f raters of Louisville Commandery Sir Knight Lowis this is no ordinary compli ment and would that through tho flimsy dropery of my words you oould aeo tho beating of those hearts who in fraternal lovo have so generously appreciated tho Knightly virtuea for which you are dis Your untiring zeal and your tinguished consistent lifo havo won fraternal com mendation but llug not dear frator and may this jewel tho testimonial of our lovo bo over n reminded to you that ho who bears tho cross shall wear thoorown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ may bo sanctified to the honor and glory of our blessed Lord and Master Sir Knights wo havo each plodged our si cred honor to Wield our swords in de fense of innocent maidens helpless or phans destitute widows and the Christian religion Aro wo by our daily walk and conversation so wielding tho potent sword of our personal influence as to com moud tho religion of our Lord Jesus Christ to those about us thereby demon strating that wo aro not Christian Knights in name merely but in deed and in truth It is my earnest prayer that each of you bo live tho gospel of peaco exorcising that firm faith in tho truths thoroiu revealed and cherishing that childlike trust and confidence in tho merits of n crucified and ascended Savior that when your frail bodies becomo cold and inanimate and moulder in sepulchral ruin your disem bodied spirits may soar aloft to realms of li e and light eternal and enter into that rest prepared from tho foundation of tho world for all the faithful followers of tho Lamb Sir Knights to night closes the elevonth yoar of my service as an officer of this commandery and I havo striven conscientiously and faithfully to discharge my duty in whatever position you assign ed rae how well I havo sucoeodod you must judge But I can say with a just and pardonablo prido that in tho heart of no one of you burns a warmer teuderor afleoton for old No 1 than animates my Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ last we may receive an abundant eutranco If n euro for corns you want to into that eternal lifo and blessedness be Into a bowl of water dip your know toe yond tho grave which is in reserve for those who lovo Him and wait for His com This is tho way I cured mine By sprinkling in some Pearline ing Onco more Sir Knights I thank you I wrapped it with a rag and thread from tho depths of a full heart of grati And turned around and went to bed tude May God bless and keep you all In tho mom when I put on my boot by His almighty power through faith unto I pulled my corn out by tho root The pain I bravely did endure salvation After this ceremony tho Commandery Aud thereby effected a lasting cure proceeded to the election of officers for tho A Gift for All ensuing year which resulted as follows Eminent commauder Jacob Mattmillor In order to give all a chance to test genoralissimo F II Johnson captain goneral Amorious Whedon prelate J F it and thus bo convinced of its won Â¬ Lewis senior warden Thus G Timbor derful curat vo powers Dr Kings junior warden George Pearco New Discovery for Consumption lake standard bearor Joseph Schemer sword Coughs and Cokls will be for a limit Â¬ boaror R A McCleery wardor Alexander ed time given away This offer is Smythe captain of guard Geo FEvans not only liberal but shows unbound Â¬ drill master John H Leathers organist ed faith in tho merits of this great Wm Reineoke remedy All who suffer from Coughs Colds Consumption Asth Â¬ ma Bronchitis or any affection of Common Pleas Court has been Throat Chest or Lungs aro espe Â¬ in session this week Judge H cially requested to call at Jos Le Comntos Druir Store nnil irot n THnl I Bottfo arshall Buford presiding Free Large Bottles 1 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editor lioumhibout Thinking perhaps this simple rem Â¬ edy might help some poor suffering May each of us cling closo to tho cross mortal I send it to you I am a of Immanuol and abide in him that at walking example of its efHcacy Towering oer tho wrecks of time All tho light of sacred story Gathers round its head sublime When tho sun of bliss is beaming Light and love upon my way From tho cross tho radiance streaming Adds new lustre to the day Bane and blessing pain and pleasure By the cross aro sanctified Peaco is thero which knows no measure Joys which through all time abide In the cross of Christ 1 glory All rentals to be paid quarterly All contracts to be taken for one year LEGOmPTE Yours truly in advance O F NOEL GflRPEHTtR President SOUTH FRANKFORT KY Pearline a Cure for Corns DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS V A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 1 DKUGS MEDICINES CHEMICALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines Puro Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes Celebrated Garden Seeds farms of the Messrs SEEDS DIRECT PURCHASE THESE WEfrom tho extensive seed Lmulretli and they should not be classed with the seeds left on commission throughout tho country Use Laadreths Seeds aud a good vegetable gar Â¬ den Is April 30 assured tf v iifitVttir Mite v tejj r i iiSJXLJL2SVl v L UW UUJl uVsu 1 A 3tfl4 yk 3 ik IfTpyfrf TiMi1JJiUiiJJiLUtiliiiiiT j AjAggfategggagM 4 i n -- i limit rnMiiirniiiiiiiiiiirtMrirwMiMWWiMiiiwin T Tji7Tiiii VT ii friiT i in PT 1 I FOR THE COMING WEEK WE ARE GOING TO OFFER GREAT BARGAINS OUR STOCK OF Dry Goods n j Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Carpets OIL CLOTHS AND RUGS Is complete in style and quality and for prices all we ask is a call and we will convince the closest of buyers that we have one of the largest and CHEAPEST LINES OF GOODS IN THE CITY iff Main Street The Banner Sign Personals V Mrs D J McCarty and children left Tuesday morning for Louisville Miss Mary Todd Saffell left Tues Â¬ day morning for a visit to Louisville Mrs George T Branham of Louis Â¬ ville is visiting relatives in this city W B Moody Esq editor of the Henry County Local was in the city WEITZEL cross the track in front of the Capitol square and was struck by the pilot of the engine and knock- Â¬ ed off the track He was badly bruised up but fortunately escaped without serious injury We are informed by a reliable gentleman that the train was running at a higher rate of speed than the law allows or the accident would not have happened There is an ordi- Â¬ nance prohibiting the trains run- Â¬ ning faster than six miles an hour through the streets and the police should see that it is strictly enforced ODONNELL months returned to his home in Bowling Green Wednesday prepara Â¬ tory to studying for the ministry Mr Otis N Hammond formerly of Anchorage but now of Lexington and Mr Harry Hammond of Smith field visited their brother Mr A B Hammond Tuesday and Wednesday of this week m BENSON IGR Pure Benson lee delivered hi uny portion of the city morning and evening - For sale at all times at uvvvuu OUCClf iJVUIU DlUCt April 30 2m 13 EC NICOL V Louisville Mrs Richard Morris left Tuesday morning for a visit to friends in Louisville Miss Janie Watson left Tuesday morning for a visit to friends in Louisville Mr S 0 Bull sr who has been confined to his bed for some time is able to be out Dr W I Kelley of Cincinnati is at the Capital Hotel to day and Tuesday Miss Ruby Macklin left Tuesday will be glad to see many new morning for a visit to friends in patients as well as all his old ones Gobers office hours will hereafter be from 8 McD O R CRUTCHER -- CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- - Dr E He will continue to reside at 317 Main street however We are informed by Jailer Wil- Â¬ liams that the taking of prisoners from jail on Monday night of last week and arming them as guards was not done by his order but by the sheriff Rev G W Patterson colored who until a few months ago was pastor of the First Colored Bap- Â¬ tist Church in this city was ar- Â¬ rested Thursday afternoon on a warrent of lunacy and placed in jail but afterwards turned over to his friends who took him to his home in Midway m until p m ii a m and from I until STAPLE - AND - FANCY - GROCERIES i 131 3 Hon W J Chinn has sufficiently recovered from his protracted illness to be out again Mr John W Payne who has been confined to bed for several weeks is able to be out again Mrs S A Thomas of Georgetown has been visiting her mother in this There was an exhibition of the rapidity with which a fire can be extinguished by the Eddison Fire Extinguisher given in front of the Capitol Square Monday afternoon and the machine worked like a top A lot of pine boxes were piled up saturated with coal Â¬ St Olair Street Frankfort Ky Also make a speciality of DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS WAGON BUGGIES April 80 0 oil and set fire to When com- Â¬ lm city the past week Mr Atcher Bowmar editor of the Woodford Sun Versailles was in the city Wednesday afternoon Councilman Lewis Mangan has recovered from his recent spell of ill Â¬ ness and is able to be out again Air Tnlin V Tni jinrl fiimilv have returned from Florida where they have been spending the winter Mr Will T Crutcher left Monday i The Young Mens Dancing afternoon for Los Angales California where he will make his future home Class of this city gave a very Senator J C S Blackburn and pleasant hop at the Capital Hotel wife of Versailles were the guests of The at- Â¬ Col J Stoddard Johnstou on Tues Â¬ on Wednesday evening day Mr J H Culter and wife of Lex Â¬ ington who have been visiting rela- Â¬ tives here returned home Sunday night Mrs W T Reading and daughter little Miss Margaret left Tuesday morning for a visit to relatives in Shelby county Capt J N Abrahams returned Monday evening from a visit to Wichita Kansas He reports real estate still on a boom Mr Hines Clark who has been residing in this city the past six tendance was large and the young people enjoyed themselves until a late hour The musjc was furnish- Â¬ ed by the Frankfort String Band and it was first class O As the west bound C train was going out Thursday afternoon an old colored man by the name of Walker who is nearly bent clouble with age and very hard of hearing attempted t pletely enveloped in flame the The annual sale of thoroughbred machine was turned loose and the horses takes place at Woodburn fire was put out in about a half a Farm near Spring Station on minute Tuesday next the 10th inst A special train will be run from Twenty one fillies and twenty colts by King Alfonso Lisbon Lexington to Louisville morning to enable all who Falsetto Pat Maloy and Powhat may wish to do so to attend the tan will be sold Persons wishing Southern Baptist Convention in to attend from this city can go up session in that city The train on the 1020 train and arrive in will leave here at 705 a m and time for the sale and return on the returning will leave Louisville at afternoon trains 1100 p m The fare for the Among the Colored Citi Â¬ round trip will be 150 zens w man was struck and knocked down by the C O west bound train Thursday evening We hope he is not seriously hurt Rev George W Patterson ex pas tor of Big Bethel Baptist Church of this city was lodged in jail here on Thursday charged with insanity Church trouble is supposed to bo the cause Â¬ W trv The Electoral College of the Ken- Â¬ tucky Conference of the A M E Church met at St Johns A M E Church in this city on Thursday May 5th to elect delegates to the uenerai Conference 01 said Church which meets in Indianapolis Ind on the first Monday in May 1888 On motion J B Burns of Midway was chosen chairman and J W White m of Nicholasville was eleeten secre Â¬ tary On the first ballot J C Jack Â¬ BY O H B Notice son of Lexington and W R Todd Frankfort There will be a meeting of the Died Infant of Mr and Mrs of said Generalwere elected delegates Conference Dangerfleld infant son of Mrs Sophy to stockholders of the Frankfort Good infant son of Mrs Lou Woods Heating Company Thursday Messrs J Smith A McAfee H BOARDERS WANTED May 1 2th at the office of Jas Young N Wallace and P Spillman of Nicholasville are in the employe ALL DESIRING KIRST CLASS BOARD WILL Andrew Scott at 3 p m well to No 412 of the proprietors of the Buhrs Hotel north St Clair cull ut Mrs Freemansand table Htreet Bourd for room P Bkyan this city E 3 3 Cull una see us 400 per week day board Respectfully President Mr Bobert Walker a very old 3I 2U MU8 FREEMAN SISTER t 1 I 4 I i V trVW42S7 t r rrwwTTSaif1- - -- JCfpw7 o Kentucky Homeopathic Medical Society met at the courthouse in Lexington on the 4th inst of which Dr J A Lucy Rev R T was President Mathews opened the meeting with The Â¬ prater The Vice President Dr G M isfied Ockford welcomed the visiting Maj Maurice Capclessand Miss physicians The Secretary Trcas Susie Owon of Bellepoint were urerand several committees made out airing themselves in a buggy their report and an adjournment last Sunday was had until 230 oclock when Joe Bryant is making many Drs improvements on his farm new the society was addressed by c A good McDcrmott and Crab of Cincin- fences whitewash example to the neighborhood nati Some of the recalcitrant DemoThe second days meeting was crats or South men set rather taken up with the reports and dis- heavily on the county committee cussions of the several bureaux a 1 the late convention so called Among the prominent physiIf that fellow Crutcher that cians in attendance were Dr J Peaks Mill has nominated for A Lucy of the State Board of Treasurer is a native of Franklin Health and President of the soci- county he will get a few votes at ety Prof Pratt of Chicago and the next Democratic pow wow The girls of the neighborhood rrofs Mr McDermott and Crabb conerrefated to the number of of Cincinnati Dr Daniel Gober last Sunday near the Sjrgeon to the Kentucky Peni- about 40 old toll gate and had a royal pictentiary and E M Gober or nic all to themselves not a boy Frankfort Dr C P Meridith of in sight Dr J A Vansant Eminence Mr Samuel Mays an old and of Mt Sterling Dr A L Mon- respected citizens of our neighborroe of Louisville Drs G M hood died about two weeks ago Ockford F Edgar and He was long a faithful andconsitsJ H Bewlay of Lexington Dr 0 ent member of the Methodist Church H Breck of Paris H C Kehoc Mr Kyser Bryant has been of Cynthiana Dr Worthington made toll collector of the St of Versailles and others The Johns turnpike and has opened meeting was the second annual in connection a large stock of meeting of the society and one of staple and fancy groceries dry c goods great interest If Judge Bohannan the fish wants to see a commissioner A Card sight let him take a little trip Frankfort Ky May 6 1887 down as far as the mouth of Editor Roundabout Stoney Creek in disguise and he The Argus of date 5th May has will seesights of captured fish an editorial in regard to the mass convention of April 23d 1887 in Rare Zoological Attrac Â¬ tions which it attempts to ridicule me and justify the alleged proceedings One of the chief features of S of the disorganized assemblage on H Barretta menagerie is a huge that occasion It states that I am double horned black rhinoceros the only kicker in this county the unicorn of Holy Writ and the The editor of the Argus has been sole specimen it is said on the asleep since the convention or L continent This singular beast has trying to mislead its readers many points of attraction a notHundreds of citizens in this county able one being his wonderfully will bear witness that what I stated tbckhide which is invulnerable to Even some of the del- the ordinary rifle bullet is correct Barrett egates alleged to have been chosen has a standing offer of 20000 repudiated it and refused to serve from the Philadelphia Zoological in that capacity saying that they Society for the animal The menahad never been elected gerie department of the Barrett The Argus does not pretend to show is exceptionally complete claim that any chairman was prop- and attractive throughout It was It says that the extensively lepjenisked last winter erly elected leaders of the two contending par- by European and Oriental importies agreed that both Mr Meagher tations and Mr Scott should act as chairRev T DeWitt Talmage makes Now the people would like the following complimentary reman to know who those leaders were marks anent this zoological collecand what right they had to select tion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ long visit to her uncle Geo Glore of Louisville Mr Chas Owens and family spent last Sunday with Mrs Roach on Stormy Mount few Mr Peter Updike after months of city life has returned to his domicil and seems fully sat- Â¬ Bald Knob Miss Lcna Pullman is visiting her aunt Mrs Ransford Peyton of this place On account of the recent heavy rain farmers arc very backward in getting in crops Many gardens a e not yet planted Mrs Eli McDaniel has already sold two dozen of this springs Can any one beat that chickens unless engaged in the chicken business Last Sunday week the lately wedded Mr and Mrs C Fisser came out from your city to sec the ladys parents Mr and Mrs Eli McDaniel Quite a happy couple James Graves will talk to those that go to hear him at the Knob school house next Sunday His efforts are of so edifying a nature that no one can afford to miss hearing him He ought to be encouraged by a very large attendance Quite a nice crowd gathered at Mr E Allens last Sunday even ing for the purpose of passing away time in singing All appeared to enjoy themselves and if the Doc tor did not have a high old time 11 win not uo to trust to appear ances Mr Urban and Dr Robinson made a flying visit to the Doctors mother near Bridgeport last week They were trying the new horse of Urban s in his new buggy 11 i r mey maae last time lis a splendid animal makes a dashing appearance in his new turnout Â¬ Â¬ j kSiJ SUCKER RM fiISB BM Renews Her Youth -- The Best Waterproof Coat TbeFISTtnilAND SUCKER It wiTnteJ waterproof anl will kffp you dry In 110 iinmcD rwniu COM flrm int iivwiunnru rtljtlkfIl 1 B penrci rifl coverittiecntlromiddl IlewroftmlMtlonf Nonocniiitno without Max nrnl Irmlo nurk lllnilrattd Catalogue freo A J Tower Doton tlieFIti Mrs Phoebe Ceesley Peterson Clay county Iowa tells the following re Â¬ OF CINCINNATI OHIO markable story the truth of which is WILL BE AT THE vouched for by the residents of the town I am 7J years old have been troubled with Kidney complaint and lameness for many years could not IN FRANKFORT KY dres myself without help Now lam SATURDAY MAY 1887 free from all pain and soreness and am able to do all my own housework I SATURDAY JUNE 4 1887 owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 having renewed my youth and re Â¬ moved completely all disease and Dr Kelly makes a sped ilty of curing BLEEDING DR W I KELLEY CAPITAL HOTEL pain Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos 4 LeComptes drugstore BLIND ami ITCHING PILES By A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We call your attention to the ad Â¬ vertisement of a remedy which has stood the test of more than a half century with increasing popularity and is universally admitted to have no equal as a remedy for the cure of diseases originating in a disordered Liver j such as Dyspepsia Biliousness Constipation Headache Colic etc Simmons Liver regulator is simple and harmless purely vegetable and can be safely and advantageously used under any circumstances It acts mildly and effectually and is es Â¬ pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ Grand Record the Brlnkerholt System and a cure is guaranteed In eiery case of Plies NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Â¬ FISTULA 11V ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing RECTAL ULCER Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ officers for a Democratic mass meeting If the editor of the Ar gus is one of those leaders it is very natural that he should be of the opinion that certain Â¬ self-appoint- Democrats of this county I beg leave to differ with him I do not pretend to impeach the integrity of the two gentlemen who voluntarily presided over that convention for they are both gentlemen but I am satisfied that neither one of them will publicly assert that those so called proceedings were regular or that the list of delegates was ever adopted by the convention Respectfully J R Williams Â¬ Â¬ chiefs should have things terest their own way but as one of the tor in your hou e it will reduce your REFERENCES doctors bill and insure for your fam Â¬ W J HUGHES Frankfort ilies health and happiness RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort It seems strange out it is neverthe Â¬ J M WITHROW Lexington less true that the world contains Dr Kelleycan be found at his Cincinnati office people who will try to imitate coun every day of each week except FRIDAY ami SA Bridgeport terfeit or substitute something else Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of for a genuine meritorious article dressing treatment sent free to any one bj ad We report a wedding for June even to the extent of making a spuri Â¬ and health W I KELLEY M D Mr J C Bailey is in Cincin- Â¬ ous medicine risking lifeone to look and it behooves every 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 nati this week that they buy only the Genuine CONSULTATION FREE tBa Bob Cunningham is no longer Zellin Co have used the precaution to put on the front oi each wrapper Dec 26 ly the boss fishenran their trade mark of a curved Z en Â¬ Shearing sheep is now occupy- twined around the mortar and on the NEW PLANING MILL sid the signature of J II Zeilin it ing the attention of the farmers Co Frauds should always be de Â¬ nounced and the true remedies only M Mrs Julia Strepsy has been on 32 1 m upheld the sick list this week Havingrecently added to his Establishment m Ex Gov A H Stephens Mr J W Jackson has been First Class Planing Mill Cousin rather better this week Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of I nm first cousin of the late Miss Sallie Miller has been very Stephens much indisposed for several days been Aloxnnder H on different and hnve Sash Doors BlindsFrames Molding postal clerk railroads ten yenrs I Regular services at the Bridge- Â¬ since 1858 Forcancer on myhnve been n sufferer from a face which ALSO port Christian Church to morrow grow worse until tho discharge of matter became profuse and very offensive I be Scroll Work Stair Work at 1 1 oclock a m Turning camo thoroughly disgusted with blood Rev R L Thurman of Bards purillors and pronounced them humbugs Gotten out In the best style many without I had town preached at Evergreen as Finally tried was induced torelief B B B I me last Sunday night which was about tho 1st of February and Â¬ continued its use until the latter part of Mr Allen wife and son of April Tho offensive discharge decreased Shelbyville were the guests of at once and the hardness around the canWE HAVE THIS YEAR AN UNSURPASSED Mr J H Keith and wife last cer disappeared It improved my gener stock of Fruit and al health and I rapidly gained llesh and Monday ORX A MENTAL TREES strength Tho discharge gradually de creased and the cancer became less and The corn planted before the less in Grape Vines Asparagus and sie until nothing remains ocept late rains will have in a majority a scar to tell the tale of n once dangerous of cases to be fun owed out and cancer All who have seen me since I Send for general Nursery and Straw foerrj Cata Â¬ have commenced the use of B B B bear logues We lime no agents replanted but sell at honest testimony of my great improvement and prices Â¬ But a slim attendance from this tho scar on my face shows that it cured section in Frankfort last Monday tho cancer toI find that B B B comes Direct to up I passed two very pleasant and it is recommended county court day the busy season squarelycannot what too I say profitable hours in examining Mr preventing many from attending and wonderful medicine much in praise of H F HILLEN MEYER I havo tried them this Barretts remarkable collection of who would otherwise have done so all but B B B stands at the top as a Feb l 3m Lexington Kv blood purifier wild animals The huge black Tho rhinoceros possesses peculiar inThe Rememberance of iGa above is copied from the Athens iiuiiriritfcimaHbohg the volun Eight Â¬ IH- The greit bane of humanity Is cured if the p i tient does not cull too Lite Tills Is the greatest secret enemy of mankind and a disease of which little or nothing was known before the BltlNK cine which position it holds in so EHIIOFF discoveries Many patients are troubled dlirriiei many homes We do not know with constipation or occasional attack of Increased lame back headache dyspepsia Itching another preparation which can bring at night kidney and bladder trouble that are not by ulceration In forward such endorsements from aware It Is caused established tact the lower bmul a well It Is that heads of families and those holding eases now the stomach liver kidney man ill r of uluddt womb and nervous sjstem are either cniwetl or the highest official and social posi Â¬ aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FI5TL Â¬ tions Keep Simmons Liver Regula LA FIsSURE or RECTAL ULCER Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ TREES TREES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Planter Â¬ Endorsed by Mark Twain S Antiocli Elder Thos Arnold will preach at Antioch on to morrow one week Mrs Celia Spalding visited her cnninlnw Mr Tn Rnwll lnr w Wfc wwuwa f Sunday Mr Sargent has leased the farm of Mrs Arnold and is whooping up things Miss Nora Glore has gone on a H Barretts famous tented s winning golden combination opinions everywhere The press for 3 which was a certain cure say that did teems with laudatory testimonials It is needless totwo yearsit ago me no T beÂ¬ good About and eminent individuals grow eulo- Â¬ came quite uneasy as people thought gistic in its prare The following I had a cancer and I took a course extract from a letter by Mark of eighteen bottles of S S S The cancer Twain to a gentleman of this ulcer or scarcely healed beautifully a pereoptibic scar leaving city may prove of interest From that day I have been in excel Â¬ I certainly enjoyed Barretts lent health tho Specific having show more than any similar enter thoroughly cleansed my blood in Â¬ and tainment I ever attended I never creased my appetiteword perfected feel my digestion In a saw its equal for brilliant and ex- Â¬ a now woman niui uest Ioi nil like tne ceptional features The riding eight year cancer is gone entirely acrobatic feats and aerial acts are Yours sincerely Mrs W P Cannon fascinating in the extreme the Rlnnrl imrl ft bin Tid nVniificn strange as it may seem eases maileduifree clowns are actually funny the menagerie Tim Swift Specific Co Drawer s unusually complete and attrac 3 Atlanta Ga tive Jo Jo is tlie most remark able human phenomenon of the age and all in all if you want a TO DESIRE TO good afternoons entertainment I T of Frankfurt ANNOUNCE Unit THE PEOPLE I am prepared 1 and vicinity toMunll kinds of sen lug anil ask fur their patron would advise you to take in Ba- Â¬ age First class work and low prices Please call rretts circus should it happen nt No 4J2 North St Clair street Miss ANNA RODGERS around your way Room ut Freeman House 3f 2t w tary languago of Mr James A Greor which editor Gantt indorses Trenton Todd Co Ky 1 Mr Greor is an honest upright citizen 25 18S7 Feb of Athens who had n bad cancer and his Gentlemen I had a soro on my numeious friends thought that he could upper lip for eight years Seven dif not live long as tho cancer was gradually ferent doctors attempted in vain to sapping tho foundation of his constitu lienl it Ono gave mo a small bottle tion but now looks well and hearty Years Â¬ Â¬ 2 Against 18 Childrc n FOR PITCHERS i Several physicians havo pronounced my disease blood poison caused by paint or lead in tho paint but they could not euro mo Last Summer I used eighteen bot tles of a largely advertised blood medi cine which did mo no more good than so much water I have used only two bottles of B B B and am proud to say that I havo received greater benefit from them than from tho eighteen and am now rapidly rocovoring There is no question about the superiori ty of B B B over all blood remedies Â¬ a U 1 Â¬ AugustovGa W H Vood 215 Roynolds street April -- 1st 18Sti Casloria Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain Ciirer the world has ever known 1 SEWING- Â¬ All who desire full information about tho cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores Rheumatism Kiduoy Complaints Catarrh etc can seouro by mail free a copy of our Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with tho most wonderful and startling proof ever before known Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga For salo by W H AVEKILL Apr S3 lni Job Work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ In fr i ftjjfaLAt mijm flflftlWlMl- - 7ti gyy Sovl v y lu 4 - -- mfuy PT5T WyE0 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEORGE A LEWIS m i Belli r and Evutalislier 7 FRANKFORT MAY 1887 The Democratic State Convention met in Louisville Wednesday and nominated the following ticket for State offices Simon For Governor Gen Bolivar Buckner of Hart county For Lieutenant Governor Hon James W Bryan of Kenton county Â¬ WHY NOT V THE BLAZING SUN OF THE EXHIBIT SKY The Finest Uoods Outsplendoring and Obliterating all Past Records The Latest Styles The Cheapest Stock U Positively the only Tented Exhibition that will visit Frankfort this Bain or Sbino at Season Two Unprecedented Complete Exhibitions Tlie Fire Alarm Service p V ft ITHIN TRANKLIN UOUNTY The Frankfort Board of Trade at its last regular meeting adopted WHY NOT BUY OF a resolution by unanimous vote recommending the purchase by K R M cCLURE the City Council of a fire alarm telegraph To facilitate the speedy ST CLAIR STEET introduction of this adjunct to the fire department it was recomWHY NOT mended that one of the fire engines now made useless by the new water works be speedily sold and CO M the proceeds be appropriated as Dr Sam James continues to W W of the cost of the desired fire lecture on physiology at the Pubpart S3 SB alarm lic School every Thursday His W Fm It is proper and right that one first discourse was on the bones of P of the engines be kept on hand the human body their structure o for such emergencies as may arise and uses the second was a lesson in the event of defect in the water- on the bones of the head and the p works and until the latter become hair last Thursday was an exceeds o thoroughly reliable for fire pur- ingly interesting talk about the c eh But only one is necessary muscles their structure uses and poses c3 and the other is a useless append- connection with the nerves o At 4d The longer it is kept the the close of each lecture he quesage J3 ti to less value it will have To sell it tions the scholars on what they Is W S and sell it quick is a plain busi- have been taught and thus increases ness proposition obvious to any their interest in this important one who will give a moments con- studv and secures their attention sideration to the matter Major J C Post who has had The property holders and tax sup- charge of the Kentucky river To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock payers of Frankfort cordially Per Good Salary und Expenses or Commission port the recommendation of the improvement for the past three manent employment guaranteed Address at uge HOWLANDj once stating SNELL Board of Trade The cost of a years with headquarters at CincinNurserymen St Louis Mo 9 Apl 2m fire alarm service is not excessive nati has been transferred to the FOR RENT OR SALE and its maintenance after being department of Washington City once established is less than 100 and the Kentucky river and all SOLD MY BUSINESS AND EXPECT to remove to Louisville I will sell or rent my The necessity for rivers in the State west of it have two story trame house on Murray street between per annum Campbell and Cross streets House contains is too obvious to need been added to the department of eight rooms kitchen store room and cellar lot such service 103 feet by 410 feet good well and cistern in yard smoke and The saving in a single Major Stickney at present in servants room wood and coal houses house good discussion hen houses largo stable and carriage on undersigned on premi cistern at stable Cull year in preventing the destruction charge of the Louisville canal ses WJ HUGHES April lG tf will pay for the sysof property Capt S V Pence has brought tem Yards We are of the opinion that the suit against the city of Louisville Blue establishment of this fire alarm for 1500 damages on account of Buff Ooohins J B Foot and M M Con will afford ground beyond debate the injury done his boat the Hi ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan- for a reduction in the rate of in- bernia when she was blown loose dottes and W H Johnson Strains 150 The simple introduction from her moorings to the wharf in per 15 surance of the Georgetown and Versailles At the of water works in Lexington we that city by a storm in February turnpikesJunction for wants Address Write GREEN Frunkfort Ky J are informed produced a lowering last He claims the fastenings at s-a-- x in insurance rates of 25 per cent the wharf were insecure and that fees he was enThe local Board of Underwrit- as he paid wharf HARNESS BUGGIES SURRYS ers has declared its purpose to titled to secure fastenings Â¬ Â¬ For Attorney General Hon P W Hardin of Mercer county Fayette For Auditor Gen Hewitt of Hardin county For Treasurer Col Jas W Tate of Franklin county For Register of the Land Office Hon Thos H Corbett of McCracken county For Superintendent of Public Prof J D Pickett Instruction of Fayette county FRANKFORT TUESDAY MAY 10 the Worlds Greatest ana Most Famous Tented Aggregation I S H BARRETTS United 3 Ring Circus New Great Monster Shows Enormous Menagerie Huge Theatre Stage Worlds Museum Classic Racing Carnival and Jo Jo AN UNPARALLELED CENTRALIZATION OP THE Â¬ OS Â¬ WORLDS ILLUSTRIOUS ARENIC METEORS Â¬ 200 Big Kings PHENOMENAL CHAMPIONS SO -- MATCHLESS AND DAZZ ING JSTS Â¬ CQ Â¬ Â¬ M GLORIOUS AND STUPENDOUS FOREIGN ACQUISITIONS - PAME 0ROWNED B00T0H s ATHLETES DONALD - MoKENZLES - HA88ANS -- - NOTED - ARABIAN -- - 0IK0DS AUBAB THE R02AL YEDDO JAPANESE UIR0US VAUDEVILLE OOMBINAlION THE JUST ADDED EUROPEAN --s -11 Magnificent Â¬ S0LESP1EHM Theatre Stage and n grand Itnclng Circuit that Blaze with on Uninter- Â¬ rupted Succession of Marvelous and Perilous Deeds I Notably und Triumphantly Reinforced this Season with the Worlds Most Startling Human Phe Â¬ nomenon the Czars Own Petted und Pampered Prodigy Â¬ Â¬ JO JO D ZEeTTSSI ILSr EOT B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GrassJWry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ieos V V 4 rv AT recommend a reduction when the JVO SIS LEWIS STREET The Republican State Convenfire service is made efficient What OPPOSITE THE FARMERS BANK in Louisville on next NEARLY Ky Carriage work repaired and that body means by efficient no tion meets J J QUIN painted Wednesday May nth to nomi- Â¬ Apr lG lm man has yet been able to find out But if the citizens who patronize nate candidates for State offices I F An Unsolved Mystery and Sensation of two Continental the insurance companies are so Beyond nil question Jo Jo Is the most extraordinary und absorbingly Interesting curiosity that FOR REPRESENTATIVE New York Herald LODGE NO 6 MEETS EVERY MON has ever reached these shores disposed they can quickly ascer-Â¬ CAPITAL Visiting brothers cordially Invited A Playful Brown eyed Dog Faced Boy Covered with Silken Hair from head to foot A prodigious We are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS imeneci veueu Deniua me visage 01 u wog rour Languages lssuingiiroui Limine tain the meaning of the ambigu- Â¬ as u candidate for Representative of Franklin J R Williams Sec JAS JUUKUAX r u Lips No Picture cun Portruy No Pen Describe liuul April 17 tf There is a remedy county subject to the action of the Democratic ous term YOUR ONLY CHANGE TO SEE TO -- TO -- HE 00MES NO MOREf party when sufferance becomes unendur- Â¬ By Command of the Czar he Returns to St Petersburg ut an Early Day FOR REPRESENTATIVE forefathers found a We are authorized to announce JAMES AN Our able BUMPTUOUH A NID hSOULBTlHHINU for Representative DREW SCOTT as a remedy for unendurable taxation from Franklin county candidateto the action of the REVIVAL THFE IMPERIAL ROMAN HIPPODROME subject 40 English uud Kentucky Thoroughbred Professional Jockeys und Drivers Historically Correct on tea by throwing the tea over- Democratic party Appointments Longest uud Grandest Racing Circuit under Canvas business board That was REPRODUCTION OP THE OLYMPIAN GAMES But we deem the introduction FOR SALE OR RENT Combat on Horseback of a fire alarm telegraph a necesfire service T OFFER FOR SALE OR RENT MY HOUSE sity to an efficient Vivid uud Realistic Representations of 1 lot When the City Council reflecting Theund Is 87onbySecond street South Frunkfort 102 feet frame house contains lot and the unanimous sentiments of the seven rooms with gasgarden In good repair Beautiful lawn good line grapes und Monster gathering of Famous Scouts Cowboys Indians aud Bucking Bronchos Board of Trade and the equally fruit trees for a reasonable price Apply at my Will sell office on the 3 TIMES THE MOST STUPENDOUS MEiNAGiiiUE F U UUUllttS unanimous wishes of the property April Z3 3t premises Ever Gathered and Exhibited Uuder Tents holders supplement the water Black Rhinoceros the Sole Specimen on this Continent Only Group of Lordlv THE SEASON OF 1887 WILL MAKK miles from Frunkfort onAT MY Huge Two Horned Priceless Drove of Almost Snow Whlte Glunt Giraffes Uln- works by the establishment of a two the L popotaml Only Nursing Buby Elephant Living Formidable Deep Sea N R R ut Monsters Plumuged Beauties from Every Clime on the Puce of then the fire alarm telegraph tho Globe Fifty Cages of Rure und costly Wild BeastB 25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL present rates of insurance will be- Â¬ Money due as soon us the fact Is ascertained or Greutest Grandest und Best Trained Herd of Elephants Extnntl Includlng Bismarck aud Juno the mure parted with Is that state- Â¬ the coiossui Aii uversnuuowmg wenirui igures oi ineir itace ana Doc und Ben come unbearable Butler the Rollicking Precocious Elephuntlne Clowns DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE ment clear enough BAYWOOD 1b a beautiful buy 16 hands und 3 Â¬ 0 0 THE HUMAN SKYE TERRIER Â¬ BAYW00D Â¬ Â¬ Thrilling Broadsword LIFE IN THE WILD WEST Camelsl-Blood-ExuUlng Breedin who has been clerking in the drug store of Dr W H Averill for the past two years gave up his position Sunday and left for Lexington hav Â¬ ing secured a more lucrative posi- Â¬ tion in that city Dr B B Mill 1 iiiii uUW Hih full line of P D for sale by Weitzel OWonnell Inches high with u tine black mune und tall und can show a 280 gait with only u few weeks hand ling His colts have already proven to be not only fine looking but trotters He Is tho cheap est horse ever stood In Franklin county Bay stallion BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 fouled 1881 Sired by Harold sire of MuudS 1 dam Nata by Noontide 22014 etc 208 Woodford Mumbrlno 21Vj aire of Abbottsford 2 tain Lucy by Deys Woodford son of 21112 Alexanders Normun sire of Lulu 215 Muy 3 dum by thoroughbred son of ImQueen 220 ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the lute R A Alexander by Old St Lawrence Â¬ Every Morning ut 10 oclock Fussing through the Streets of the Cities where we are to Exhibit will h seen the Most Glorious Pugeant that ever Delighted Human Vision An Illlmltuble lino of Gorgeous Pomp and Solid Splendor Unapproachable and Indescrlbu ble Worth coming Que Hundred Miles to Witness To the Entire Combined Shows ADMISSION 50c ito 3sxteia Also Exhibit cxajftuXaoE for Particulars to see May 9 NteTlk 1 HALF PRICE to-toi-- b TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY Performances begin an Hour Luter DOORS OPEN AT Versailles W April 9 3m L Cheap Excursions on all Rullroads AND 7 P M May 11 COLLINS See Station Agents at Lexington May 7 Bloomfield s Enr - - - miu- - fc- ifffiBTTlf1 II l Mf II IIMI iiiiiiiiiiii ii ilnl iiiiIi III Inl 1 n ji ti li Ll Mf K4mtmBPi hbL- X TftSff VPVWT r jrTpiTi- - twivJ 2 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Religious Special nightly prayer meetings FRANKFORT MAY 7 1887 begin at the Baptist Church on The Main Street Base Ball Club Wednesday night next Protractdeclared a dividend of eighty five ed meetings begin on Sunday the 15th inst cents the first of the week On account of absence of the Gray Church have a lot of tin- Â¬ paster in attendance at the South- Â¬ ware at cost See the prices ern Baptist Convention at Louis- Â¬ The Frankfort Brick Company ville there will be no preaching at 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Â¬ Ladies who wish to purchase a have purchased machinery for mak- the Baptist Church Sunday April 2 lm guaranteed silk dress in all shades ing brick and will soon begin work Attention Sir Kniglits MATTEllNS best Photographs To the Ladies as well as quality would do well Hoes rakes lawn mowers at the of all sizes reduced to half price Lace curtains neatly laundricd for There will be a called meeting to visit Mrs Sol Harris estabanvil house of Gray Church 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also Garden fertilizers at Mastin Bros of Frankfort Commandery No 4 lishment as she will certainly Persons wishing to invest in city done up in the best style by astonish you in low prices of black 29 Knights Templar this evening at well to call FRANK D BULL property would do 7lz oclock for work in the gros grain all silks from 75 cents Fon Rent House with six rooms Agent Famous Dayton Laundry and sec Mr Chas R Gresham Knight Templar order A full to 175 per yard worth 35 per and a kitchen stable on the premises on Second street near City School Apply to Dr S Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes attendance of the members is de- Â¬ cent more every yard guaranteed E James 33 teeth without plates and gold crowns or money refunded This is no A pleasure to shave with one of the sired on roots a specialty No 723 Call onC W H Fincel for bar Â¬ Jefferson street Louisville Ky West empty boast but facts You will Church fine razors from Gray o The Steamer Grace Morris will say how can she sell so much gains in meat 30 3m Â¬ m Mr Chas Newton of this coun- run an excursion from Oregon to cheaper than any other house beFresh Southern Hungarian and Call and fee our sample Binder 31 ty the skillful lightning jerker is this city on Tuesday next to en- Â¬ cause she has bought them at an Millet at Mustin Bros Reaper and Mower in Lexington reporting the races able the people in that section to MASTIN BROS imported auction sale during her Cheap millinery of all kinds at for the telegraph company and will attend Barretts Circus which ex- Â¬ M J Hallnans Finest and cheapest ribbons feath Â¬ visit in New York The dress Mrs attend the races at Louisville and hibits in this city on that day ers Ac for ladies bonnets at Mrs goods stock in her establishment is The Heywood baby carriage the Latonia in a similar capacity M J Hallnans best made for sale at R Rogers 32 The Pea Ridge Sunday school complete from a canvas cloth for Garden Plows Forks Rakes IloeSj Immense stock of cutlery razors will he reorganized to morrow af- Lfive cents a yard to an imported Call and look at our beautiful and Lawn Mowers c at Mastin Bros straps scissors at the big anvil house ternoon at 3 oclock and it is plaid or serge trimmings to match cheap line of fans and parasols i of Gray Church 33 Dr W Sceger Dentist No 723 Weitzel ODonnkll m hoped all the friends will be pres- You certainly must see the round West Jefferson street Louisville Only the very best cattle hogs Ky makes fine gold The School Trustees have very ent It is expected that Dr U hats and bonnets and you will imwork a special Â¬ wisely determined to purchase a V Williams will be present and agine you are at Mademe Princes lambs calves etc are butchered by ty 30 3m m in New York as they are import- Â¬ C W H Fincel who are prepared few music books for the use of the assist in the organization ed and no copies It is well worth to furnish their customers with the All goods bought guaranteed and Those who find it incon school delivered by J Heeney 30 William Beck who was arrest the trouble to call and examine very best meats at a reasonable price venient to buy a book just now will They unlike most other butchers Place your farms and town lots for have the use of these till times are ed several weeks ago for stealing a the stock of hosiery and the end- Â¬ are contented with small profits 34 lt sale witli Wm P Scott He will pair of pants from Messrs Hud- less amount of all kinds of trim- Â¬ better tf R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ advertise them thoroughly Cassell and mings as you will be well paid for son Humphries age manufactured the Heywood Custom grinding every Wednes Â¬ Whitewash and paint brushes sent to the work house to serve your trouble in the profusion of 32 day and Saturday at Jewel Mills mixed paints all at rockbottom out a fine for that offense on Sat- Â¬ fine goods and novelties Utica Lime Just received a Meal exchanged when not running prices from Gray Sr Church urday broke open the trunk of a 31 4t car load at D L Halys Milam McKee The coldest and best soda water The stockholders of the Farmers boarder at Mrs Thompsons on and pure fruit syrups always to be We have a full line of Thompson Fon Sale A good second hand Bank re elected the old Board of Main street stole 95 and a pistol had at J Weitzel jrs glove fitting corsets They are the piano for sale at a bargain Apply at O train for 0 Directors on Monday who re- and left on the C 29 tf Weitzel ODonnell this office We have some beautiful embroided best the East 33 elected the old officers of the Swiss flouncings Call and see them Fon Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ 34 bank The Board of Directors Sam D Johnson Co lows Temple recently occupied by Ice cream sherbet soda water and As the eight oclock passenger were entertained af dinner that Chicago mead the freshest and Thos Rodman jr Apply to We have a large assortment of Brus train was coming down yesterday E A Fellmeu purest at J Weitzel jrs day by Col Thos Rodman Presi- Â¬ Chm Coiyorate Committee morning a cow was run over and sel and Smyrna rugs which we will dent of the Bank at his residence Chas F Exum Esq has removed killed near the big fill about a sell under the general price Fon Bent A two story frame 33 on Steele street WEITZELODoNNErL his law and insurance office to west The train mile above the city residence with five rooms and cellar Sam D Co will sell side of St Clair street near Branch on the corner of Logan and Campbell Capt B W Jenkins formerly was running at about thirty miles you ladies Johnson unbleached hosofull regu Bank where he will continue to streets Gas in the house and water write policies on all insurable property in the yard Apply to W C Hern of Louisville and Hon E F an hour at the time and it is for- Â¬ lar made at 1GJ cents per pair at lowest rates and in first class com Â¬ don tunate that the cars were not Wade formerly of Lagrange late 34 3t I proprietors of Sparks House thrown from the track as many for have opened my ice cream parlor panies the season and am now prepared Nicholasville who have leased the lives would have been lost to furnish the finest and purest icei All grades of flour away below mill prices at J Heeneys South When Baby waa siek wo gave her Castorla Buhr Hotel in this city took cream and sherbet at all times 30 Side When she was a Child she cried for Castoria John Dangerfield colored and charge of the house on Sunday J Weitzel VThon sho became Miss she clang to Castorla family were returning from the P D in all styles for sale by the first inst Col H L Giltner When aho bad Children sho gaye them Castorla A large stock of shade hats at funeral of one of his children 33 Weitzel ODonnell recently of the Gilcher House 34 D Soiinson Sam Gos Thursday afternoon when one of Our stock of millinery is very com Â¬ Danville will be the manager of Chicago mead the most delightful plete Stylish work guaranteed the shaft clips of the spring wagon the establishment Syrup of Figs 34 in which they were riding broke drink for warm weather at J Weit Â¬ Sam D Johnson Co zel jrs Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ The public school was opened letting the shafts drop down on the Save money by buying groceries nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ Octobers 1868 with one hundred horses heels and causing him to Our line of black silks in quality from J Heeney South Side 30 tive It is the most easily taken and price can not be excelled in the Â¬ The and seventy one pupils The orig- run off the side of the road guarantee the wear of The freshest and tenderest meat and the most pleasantly effective city We known to inal roll of these was in the hand- Â¬ wagon was upset the occupants every yard always on hand at C W and H Fin- - remedybilious or cleanse the system when costive to dispel writing of Dr J M Mills and thrown out and another of his 34 Sam D JoIinson Co eels new meat store at the lowest headaches colds and fevers to euro price had been carefully preserved till children had her collar bone iiuuiiuui constipation indigestion m Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 Dec- broken and was badly cut on the Rogers they are the building was burned in Try the celebrated Eureka Springs bottles by Chapman Gayle the best in the tf Soap for bath and toilet at Chap There has been head ember 1885 32 market Bucklens Arnica Salve 34 tf man Gayles from 1868 to the present a regular Utiea Lime Just received a The Best Salve in the world for Mr Joseph Belt for many years and constant increase and now Chicago mead the life giving fluid Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt car load at D L Halys in this city m Rheum Fover Sores Tetter Chapped always on tap at J Weitzel jrs are over seven hundred on a prominent merchant there My motto- - Quick sales Hands Chilblains Corns and alt small and now over 89 years of age who 34 the roll the report of the princiSkinEruptions and positively cures profits and square dealing The Heywood is the best baby car Piles or no pay required Itis guar Â¬ pal for April 1887 showing 701 has for the past twenty years been 30 J Heeney Mr residing with his riage made For sale by R Rogers anteed to give perfect satisfaction or names money refunded Price 25 cents per For Elegant bath and carriage 32 James Wood near Woodlake was box For sale by Joe LeCompte Saturday morning there came in town on Monday for the first sponges try Chapman Gayle Utica Lime Just received a Rliuematism and Neural Â¬ He came Ask to see our stitched back kid car load at D L Halys near being a serious fire in the es- Â¬ time in several years gia Cured lu 2 Days tablishment of Mr H Casper on d iwn to the Cemetery to look glove in all colors at 75 cents Our splendid kid gloves are all war The Indiana Chemical Co have St Clair street Just outside of after some improvements on his 33 Weitzel 0Jonnell ranted and tit to the hand discovered a compound which acts with truly marvelous 33 his back door he had a coal oil lot and was left there by Mr Weitzel ODonnell cure of Rheumatism rapidity in the and Neuralgia Sheriffs Notice stove arranged for cooking and in Wood with the understanding that We guarantee All the latest styles of spring hats every case of it to cure any awl acute Inflammatory order to protect it from the air he was to await his return After The tax books for Franklin and bonnets at Mrs M J Hallnans Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 and rain he had placed a pine box Mr Wood left the old gentleman county are now in my hands and DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ lief in chronic cases and effect a Its Delicacy of Flavor with one side off over the stove concluded to walk down in the all persons are notified to come speedy cure forward and settle their taxes for and erected a small wooden shed city but the warm day and long the year 1887 The new revenue And the efficacy of its action have On receipt of 30 cents in two cent walk were too much for his law requires me to collect and pay rendered the famous liquid fruit rem Â¬ stamps we will send to any address whole business About over the edy Syrup of Figs immensely popu- Â¬ the prescription for this- wonderfuB 10 oclock that morning the box strength and he was so complete- over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ lar It cleanses and tones up the compound which can be filled by feverish dispels headaches took fire and when discovered the ly overcome that he fell upon the fore the first day of September colds and system cures Habitual Con Â¬ your home druggist at small cost fevers We take this means of giving our shed box and shutter of the back street near the Court house and next and all not paid by that time stipation Dyspepsia and the many discovery to the publieinstead of put- Â¬ will have six per cent and costs ills depending on a weak or inactive ting it out as a patent medicine window were all in a bright blaze for a time grave fears were entercondition of the Kidneys Liver and being much less expensive We added as a penalty wilt A few buckets of water put it out tained of his recovery but he Bowels For sale in 50 cent and 1 gladly refund money if satisfaction J W Gaines Sheriff however and no alarm was sound- finally recovered and was taken Frankfokt Ky April 21 bottles by Chapman the Gayle not given Manufactured only by California The Indiana Chemical Co home 1887 ed Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal 33 Crawfbidsville Ind -- Â¬ W K Utterback wishes to inform the proprietors of distil leries and grist mills that he has 1JKAIER IN AND MANUFAOTOHEK OF- the best known composition for dressing mill picks and will guar GRANITE MONUMENTS antee perfect satisfaction in every ITALIAN MARBLE job intrusted to him Call and sec RUSTIC TABLETS HEADSTONES him Shop at the intersection of All Second street and Louisville pike tion kinds of stono work promptly attended to Estimates furnished on applied- Correspondence solicited FRANKFORT MARBLE WORKS m m i Â¬ l 9 11 l Â¬ itf a Â¬ m -- m M Â¬ m m Â¬ Â¬ J ri tS Â¬ at i-- S3 jr ta Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-jn-la- i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 VJ vM i v iMLi 1 1 1 - jfv wTWTptswr s ki- V x V- - rC rTwFFSipipFr TTfl 7 f Flajj Fork Prayer and penitence weekly at Sand riffle Flag Fork pays 50 a month to her school teachers Another dense audience at the National Sunday school Sandrifflc has become a celestial paradise of praise and prayer Flag Fork will sit like the center of a star amid five great thoroughfares we remarked K Â¬ Our genial postmaster has a very sore elbow which he carries in a sling Mr James Gordon writes from Kansas that laborers get 150 a day there Capt George Quire our esteemed townsman consents to accept an agency for the invincible Roundabout ri P- - Eft Vv Our local geologist asserts that there is a strata of coal here His theory is based on some bloom found in this region Mr James Harp the Sandriffle bard compliments Nick Varner in a comical satire Old Nick ran off with another mans wife Our merchants have decided to open their stores on Sundays for the sale of tobacco and gum exclusively This move is to break down giggling and talking in Church Judge D Bailey desires to know the exact amount of our county debt He fears that when the truth fc known some frightful figures may loom up to nearly 100 000 Col Thomas B Ford and the Hon John L Scott the two illustrious fathers of popular education lie as silent as the tomb watching the political events of the times Tom Ellis and Ben Skelton two exemplary young gentlemen of Shelby received quite an ovation at our Sunday school They promised to return with a choir of trained singers Judge D Bailey of Baileys Mills entertained Prof Jones the cast iron showman and wept over the departure of his distinguished All our pretty girls fell in guest love with the professor Our village is in gloom over the sudden death of Mr William Harrod who died of measles on Mr Harrod Letter from Zeke Yocuni last Sunday evening was a gentleman of modest dispoHis THE LIOX AXD LAMBS J2AT AND sition and sterling veracity J1KINK TOGETHER sudden death creates profound sensation IIattox Ky Dear Itoundnbout EDUCATIONAL On last Monday evening the Bap tists and Campbellites communed The trustees census reports are together I was under the impres Â¬ nearly all in Some one will be sion that tilts Baptists practiced close communion I was also of the im Â¬ last pression that the Lords Supper was The school kind is not a charity taken on Sunday and that it was fund and we hope that trustees done in church but this open com Â¬ a munion heresy was will think of this in selecting their stable immediately taken behind after a very teachers warm exhortation by the most ltev Mr Robinson of Shelby ville After The per capita will be largely the services were over some shouted increased this year so the trustees some fell down and some were should secure the best talent they speechless One old brother said it reminded him of the day of Pente Â¬ can for their money cost when the Spirit was poured out Ashland is a beautiful little city JJut that could not be The spirit on and her people as hospitable as last Monday was poured in so you If the Capital is to see there was quite a difference in theÂ¬ any on earth way the spirit operated Dont pub be moved we shall vote for Ash- lish this dear George it might cause land some trouble hi the next association meeting was a of our church You are aware of the The Ashland fact Now let us go to open that the Campbellites practice grand success communion On account of work and make the meeting at the trouble about the Democratic Lawrenceburg on the 21st as party and the Baptists communing good and if possible better with the Campbellites I cant write Muchly your uncle more Teachers should remember that it ZtiKE is to their interest to attend these meetings The Effects of mental Exhaustion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to our companion Capt T M Goodknight that we must have made a mistake and stopped at the wrong station The Committee ofArrangements met us at the hotel and informed us that we were their guests and never were guests treated more royally than all the visitors to Ash land that day We were soon joined by that noble lady Mrs N S Williams of Catlettsburg who had with her nine beautiful young ladies members of her Normal College Mr W coming on the next train with the balance of the students At 930 we re paired to the place of meeting the Southern M E Church where we met Rev W H Hamp Â¬ ton and his estimable lady and our little friend Miss Mary who gave us a hearty welcome The exercises soon began by an invocation then followed the by Judge Address of Wejcome Savage and we wish to say just here that the reader must not judge the man by his name He is a genial jovial generous hearted man and only a Savage by name The Response by Col Hodges of Huntington W Va was given in true Virginia style We are sorry that space and the want of a programme forbids our men- Â¬ tioning all who helped to make the meeting a success but we must mention the Recitation of Miss Lottie Jones who recited the Engineer in such magnificent style yet so natural as to send a thrill through the entire Miss Jones may well audience feel proud of her elocutionary powers The music and singing was splendid especially the quartette led by Miss McMul en whose voice is one of the sweetest we have ever heard in song and by practice will yet make her a Star Judge Ireland Judge Burns T M Goodnight J D Pickett Rev Mr Hampton pastor of the M E Church Miss Mattie Ham ric and several others whose names we have forgotten and the writer of this assisted in the exer- Â¬ cises J W Hagar as a chairman is a success Take it all in all it was one of the most pleasant and successful meetings we have ever attended and we only wish that they would hold such meetings in Ashland often and let us know the time T H Notice of Incorporation Know all men by these presents that H II Watson James N Miles J Buford Ileiulrick V L Collins Jno T Buckley jasfA Murray Michael Buckley and Jas G Brawner their successors and assigns WHITE HALL CLOTHING HATS SHOES We have s many bargains to offer our customers in arc hereby associated together under the provisions of chapter fifty six 56 ol the General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky under the corporate name of the Frankfort Brick Company Section The names of the corporators And the like that our limited space will not allow a mention but arc II II Watson James N Miles J if you will only come to Buford Hendrick V L Collins Jno T Buckley Jas A Murray Michael Buckley and Jas G Brawner who shall constitute the first board of directors The name of the corporation shall be the Frankfort Brick Company as aforesaid flic principal When you are in need of any article we sell youll buy for such an place of business shall be n the city of Frankfort county of FrnnUin State of Kentucky Section 2 Said corporation shall have perpetual succession and shall have power What to sue and be sued and to contract and be To select from and such low prices you can not but be suited contracted with in its said corporate name a customer wants when he buys is to go where a well assorted and to have a common seal and to alter it at is kept and all patrons of WHITE HALL will bear testi- Â¬ pleasure to render slimes or interests of large stock they find a well kept stock there both in and out of season hate holders transferable and to prescribe mony the mode of making transfers to acquiic and transfer or convey titles to real estate and personal property and to possess the same rights and authoiity in such respects as private individuals enjoy and to establish by laws and make rules and regulations for the transaction of all business pertaining 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 for the building of house- and other tilings 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 woik or for prop erty sold as the diiectory may deem judicious or advisable Sectiou 4 Tlc capital stock of the corporation bho pot ccced twenty five thousand dollars J23 000 It shall be divided hundred dollars 100 into shares of eich The ctKporaton may organize when Wo cant give you that but we will give you the best six thousand five hundred dollars 6500 is subscribed and may commence business when ten per cent of said last amount is 1100 in tho city Gents Shoo for paid in Stock shall be paid for in money 250 tt Stock not subsciibed for may be sold from 200 time to time as the stockholders may diLadies Kid Boot for 250 i i ti rect provided existing stockholders shall 200 hove the preferred right to purchase in proportion to the stock held by them re OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION spectively The terms conditions and times for such sles shall be fixed by the stockholders Such stock subscriptions as may remain unpaid at the time of the organization of the corporation shall be paid A large stock and prieesto snit the times 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 Said corporation shall exist for the term of tweo y five years from and after the 18th day o April 1SS7 during 1 WHITE HALL IMMENSE STOGK ORUTOHER STARKS Main Street Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ je DO YOU WANT THE EARTH Â¬ Â¬ ATS HjfLTS HATS 111 R K MCLURE Â¬ Â¬ which time its affairs shall be managed by board of noi lei llm five nor more than be elected annuseven diiectoi who ally The directo- - aSial elect a President Vice Piodent and Seceiary and Treasur- Â¬ a id Treasurer may be er which held by one and the same person who mayor may not be a stockholder The directors shall be elected by the stockholders on the third Monday in February 1888 and on the third Monday in February of each fol- Â¬ lowing year at such place and in such manner as the by laws of the corporation may provide or the stockholders may di Â¬ rect If for any purpose there be no election the dtiectors in office shall con- Â¬ tinue to act till their successors shall be elected and qualified Section 6 The corporation shall not in- Â¬ cur indebtedness or liabilities exceeding in the aggregate at any one time a sum equal to two thirds of the capital stock actually paid in by the stock subscribers Section 7 The private property of the share holders or members of the share holders or members of the corporation shall be exempt from the payment of any and all debts and liabilities of the corporation Witness our hands this 18th of April a si Â¬ PHOTOGRAPHS j Sretay If you want a finely finished photograph at a very mlrods low price ccme to gallery All work guaranteed to be done satisfactory in every respect LOOK AT OTTIR IFIRIOEIS I I Daisies 75 cents n dozen Cabinets 800 n dozen Card 150 a dozen Panels 400 a dozen Boudoirs 500 n dozen LABGER WOEK PEOPORTIONATELY EEDUOED ELRODS GALLERY a84 Apl 23 lm Mnin street between Ann nnd Lewis streets Â¬ P LIGHT E CLAASSEN 1S87 H II Watson J N Milks Jno T Buckley Jas A Mukray Michael Buckley James G Brawner J BUI OKD IiKNDRICK W L Collins LIGHT -lf CLAASSEN Â¬ State ok Kentucky I N B tr to Ss OUR TRIP TO ASHLAND Leaving Frankfort on the C O train last Friday night we took our way to Ashland arriving there just as Aurora was shedding her refulgent rays over the beautiWhat ful little city of the vale a picture So rich so beautiful that an artist miglit revel in the scene spread before him yet feel that it was impossible to reproduce it on canvass So different had been our ideas of the place that Â¬ Jinny diseases especially those of the ner Â¬ vous system are tho products of dally re Â¬ Business avoca- Â¬ newed mental exhaustion tions often Involve an amount of mental wear and tear very prejudicial to physical health and the protessious if arduously pursued are no less destructive to bruin and nerve tissue It is one of the most important attributes of Ilostetters Stomach Bitters thut i compen Â¬ sates lor this undue- loss of tissue and that it Imparts new energy to the brain and nerves The rapidity with which it renews weakenedÂ¬ taental energy and physical vitality Is remarkable and shows that its invigorating properties are of tho highest order Besides increasing vital stamlutt and counteracting the effects of mental exhaustion this potential medicine cures and prevents fever and ague Â¬ rheumatism chronlo dyspepsia and consti pation kidney and uterine weakness and other complaints Physicians also commend 0 it as a medicated stimulant and remedjr Clerk of the County Court of the county afoiesaid certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was on this day produced to me in said county and acknowledged by II H Watson J N Miles J Buford Ileiulrick 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 my hand this 18th day of April 087 IN u bAUTll Clerk By Jno Ed Graves Deputy Cletl Smith County or Franklin PEAOTIOAXr Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters -- DEALERS IN- - Gas Fixtures Bath Pipe and Fittings Tubs Sinks Closets c Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed - Frankfort Kentucky No 227 St Glair St Weitzol Block Mur 12 THE FINE HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN BULL State ok Kentucky I N B Smith Clerk of the County Court of the county aforesaid certify that Netherland One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ the foregoing articles incorporating the Aggie dences in South Frankfort Frankfort Brick Company was on this day BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM produced to me in said county certified as above for record and was acknowledged WILLmynumber ot cons during the season of DR W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS farm on Owen turnpike one mile house and and lot on the corner of Cross and by Mike Buckley to be his act and deed 1887 at from Frankfort Main streets The lot contains two acres Aggie Jessies Netherland H F II B vol 1 mid the house is in good repair about uro apple Thereupon said articles the foregoing and There No 807 comes from two ot the best futilities of pencil and plum trees In abundance upon the this certificate have been truly lecorded in place Given under my hand this 20th his race whose record both forormilk nndotbutter roses two lnrge pits stocked with Marshal Nell my office family cattle is us good us that ot any breed and green houho planted with roses nnd day of April 1887 He Is of tine size and well formed and Is heated with Hitchlngs Improved hot water known Terms for the season upparatus In excellent condition N B SMITH 600 due ut time of service C F C C By Jno Ed Graves TERMS L B MARSHALL C Apply to Dm W H HALL D A2i 4t April S0 3m County ok Franklin s Jessies FOR SALE 11 Feb-2G-- ly EASY xSSSiSS VK TRW pr jw vr r f- - ftiyiyA yy rw j i T rjVHJFtfC1 VVf wrr- - l IV I n and got returns of two hundred He like the rest expects to live dollars losing money largely and off the advance in price of his he turned them under to fertilize land So far he is living off the the land His potatoes were of a rent of his property in Woodford good quality and dead ripe but county Ky has set out an he was not shipping them He orange grove of several acres was an amateur in the business He like almost every one who has but seemed to have plenty of land how much I do not recollect Letter From tot Miles FUankfout Kv JOtat Roundabout May 4 1887 H Once moic after an absence of four months I am at home and right glad am I to be there There is something about home that Â¬ causes one to feel very different groves so far as I observed lives money being an Englishman and Â¬ at least it does me when they get on money from elsewhere but pur- Â¬ belonged to the English Navy there than any other place on chased their groves with the ex Â¬ holding some office what I do earth There is something in the pectation of making money by not recollect I did not feel sorry word to my mind that implies rest maturing the same and selling for him I thought he was able to getting home going home being them I cannot call to mind a stand it Besides I thought in at home traveling home and rest grove that is not for sale no one case a war should crct up between how I enjoy it Of course there expects to make money by the England and the United States was some excitement after getting sale of oranges but by the sale of there would be trouble in camp home in meeting and shaking their groves or the sale of land if with this class of people Florida hands with friends friends that I they have it I asked Mr Lane is full of just such They are all knew to be friends and right what amount of sales he made an wealthy settled in neighborhoods neartny did 1 enjoy it 1 ne ex Â¬ nually from his place He said and are very clanish Their citement has rather unnerved me John to be honest with you I dress customs and habits are all this with some worry in business have not sold twenty five dollars English And while on this subbefore leaving Florida the trip all told off my place since I have ject will say Florida is filled with home and eating food on the way been in the State The poor man people from all parts of the world who has gone there with a few I will name those I saw and will I should not have eaten Am not near so well as I have been but thousand dollars and invested commence with the Yankee as by care hope in a few days to be either in land or in groves has a they predominate from far up in myself once more At the re- Â¬ hard time of it His all is invest- Â¬ Maine as they express it the quest of yourself and a great many ed and he has to scratch for a liv Â¬ rocky shores of Maine Greeks others I have concluded to write ing They all want to sell and Turks Italians Chinese Spaniards up from where I left off in my last go home is the expression of Cubans and every State in the letter which was after our trip almost all of them Those who Union bought lands several years since down Indian river I was much pleased with certainly have had a streak of Tampa it is situated on Tampa In the first place in as few I will name one who came Bay the streets are very wide words as I possibly can will tell luck from Georgetown Ky five or with shade trees such as live oak what I think of Florida and beÂ¬ six years ago and bought 80 acres and palms sometimes rows in the fore doing so will say every word of land with a few hundred dollars middle of the street all very dif I have written or will write has been and will be just as I looked sold 40 acres of it for forty thou- Â¬ ferent from Orlando the streets of Â¬ at it and now view it I know sand dollars the other 40 is worth which are very narrow with no how very sensitive the property a great deal more So with a man shade trees But all this beauty holders of Florida are when one from Winchester Ky and a great is spoiled by the sandy streets speaks or writes otherwise than to many others I could name but not everywhere not only here but its praise in every particular It at the price they are now holding every place in the State except more interest in him than I other- Â¬ with a row of tall cabbage pal mettoes on each side I think the day for this where I may hereafter name We wise should have done main is not my nature to be deceptive lands He said house was closed and heThe living is De- Â¬ kind of speculation is gone by spent but a few hours here and would not be if I could The he thought they would build to the ception is only skin deep all will There are millions of acres on the U S Government has one hun- old walls thev are vet standing- in the kitchen doing his own What an opening for a soon see into it We may deceive outskirts in portions of the State dred and sixty acres of land on the and seem to be substantial I will cooking that can be bought for two to five point next the Bay which is a have to hurry over the place even big law suit after his death The for a while but the world has be The Standard lovely spot There are several then my letter will be lengthy streets of the place or at least the come too sharp to be deceived dollars per acre Oil Co has bought a great deal of acres near the point which rounds and if it is long long Florida s no place for a it will be the last main portion are shelled which land near Orlando and set out off on the Bay covered with the you will hear from me on my are right at hand all the time the poor man Labor is less than it is travel being very different from Several wealthy most beautiful live oak I have ever norma trip a here everything costs higher than large groves rememother places trudging through the from the East and elsewhere seen in Florida with long moss ber all my days trip i win here The mainjthing with every men human being so far as I have ob- have done the same thing They hanging from almost everything We were here four and three sand two steps forward and one All around the place in served who owns land in Florida may make it pay but whether on the trees waving to and fro in quarter days during this time it back whether he be preacher or other they do or not is yet to be told the stiff breeze blowing from off rained two days incessantly The the bay and river oysters can be For fear I will make this letter the Bay When the is to tell one side only and wise Floridians say it was never known had for the gathering tide is out there they lay every too long I will have to drop this are very particular only to do this There is an eastern fast mail train to rain of an evening if it rained in tell of the sunshine and flowers orange and vegetable question and daily to and from Tampa which the morning or if in the evening where growing up on each other beautiful lakes all of which there finish up with a description of the connects with a line of steamers it never rained in the morning and in some places growing on This is a fact and if any is scarcely any end and it is grand country as seen by me since the for Cuba and perhaps elsewhere but this is like most they say trees Indian river trip one disbelieves it call on me and I will never We left there at ten oclock at The above happenedseveral times to enjoy and behold My next trip was to Kissimmee night The steamer was behind during our stay there When tod I will convince them it is true cease to speak in its praise as to these but there are a thousand and Tampa The first named time but the train waited for it It of it they declared they never knew The old Fort spoken of has been occupied some time with Indians other sides But to the minds of place is fifteen miles from Orlando was a grand sight to see the it to happen before a great many the one side over Â¬ on the South Florida railroad steamer miles away coming in St Augustine is a study The who were captured in the West balances the other and this is the which runs to Tampa from Sand with its electric headlight throw- Â¬ old streets are very narrow some and held as prisoners by the gov- Â¬ case with me But as I told the ford the head of navigation on the ing the light a mile or more of them just wide enough for one ernment among them are men The day Here as else- Â¬ ahead of it Here as elsewhere vehicle to pass with only about women and children people while there and now re- St Johns river we got there a great number of where lands and town lots are on we were met by the land sharks peat the same it will do the State two feet side walks some with no and property holders more good the boom reckless prices being or better know as land agents side walks On these streets are the children were sent to Carlisle This is quite They never wait for an introduc large business houses and large Pa to be educated by the govern Â¬ to tell the truth in every particular asked and obtained to strangers for when they find a winter resort several hotels tion they all have the cheapest hotels the Magnolia Florida and ment The day before we left all they are deceived Tropical reaction sets here one the at lands in the State for sale they others Also fine large resi- the rest big and little were taken From what I which we stopped has one hun- are persistent in their efforts to dences some winter residences of to Vernon Ala in and a great injury is done can learn the government intends dred and fifty or more rooms and sell never weary will take you rich Yankees Â¬ I will now begin with vegetaLorillard the rich bles Cabbage can be raised more charges four dollars a day or from boat riding or carriage riding any tobacco and horse man of New educating the children and keep successfully than anything else fifteen to twenty five dollars a day or any hour in the day free of York has one very large and ing the old ones prisoners until They are set in October and grow week This place is at the head cost they will tell you of the mil- Â¬ fine Everything done here is they all die from disease or old all winter the cold they have there of navigation by lake and canal a lions of money that have been mostly for the curiosity of the age A lot of seven of us hired a sail not hurting them The same with distance of one hundred and fifty made by this and that one and thing What would you think of turnips Crbbae was retailing at miles to the Gulf of Mexico if I re how many millions more there is building large hotels of two or boat one of good size and took a Dur three hundred rooms on the little twenty mile sail out and back on five cents a pound turnips about member the distance correctly The in it if one will only invest few weeks ago land on which Kissimmee is built ing the winter months you can see alleys of Frankfort the same These streets the ocean going up the bay out borne the channel over the breakers sold for double this When and millions of acres more or less them from early morning until are no wider they is what is called redeemed land dark with their vehicles on the into mid ocean The wind was they are slvppcd north all vegeThe San Marco is the largest tables go into ibe hands of com- It was formerly a vast swamp be Â¬ go then after dark they infest the hotel in the place It is out on a blowing a stiff breeze the waves This large piece of ground capable of were running about eight to ten mission men and are sold for what ing connected with numerous lakes hotels and boarding houses is the time visitors are mostly there accommodating they will bring often not paying extending to near the Gulf Some eight hundred feet high At the beginning it expenses The home market years since a man by the name of and they leave no stone unturned guests The Standard Oil Com Â¬ was fun but pretty soon the most Money is pany are now building a hotel of them became serious Some uses but very little of it it is Diston the great saw manfacturer to see and talk to all strange but true In the home of Philadelphia Pa proposed to being invested all over the State which is almost finished that will laid down some sit down One trade they hold them so high in the State to lower these lakes and by eastern western southern and cost three million of dollars It young lady said she felt in a med Â¬ the small retail way that canned redeem this land if they would English capitalist in mostly now covers four acres of ground This itative mood Some did not say vegetables from the north ate be give him every alternate section business houses and hotels the is for winter resort They are anything but went right to work Some ing used in a I the hotels so far as which was done He dug canals orange grove fever has subsided building on a square just opposite emptying their stomachs I have observed I do not recollect from lake to lake and to the gulf They have got that I think to its what size it will be I do not know tried to empty and could not I of eating home grown peas more The State received the work and highest pitch nor what it will cost It is for a told one young lady to run her finger down her throat She than once while there When I deeded him the land These are the We left Orlando on the morning summer resort left strawberries were retailing at ichest lands in Florida and being of the 22d of April and went by Most of the large hotels are now said give it time it would be all twenty five cents a quart and but sold in some instances at fabulous way of Baldwin and Jacksonville closed all over Florida This right directly Sure enough it was few in the market even at that prices I visited an island in the to St Augustine This is one of large hotel is built of Coquino all right I stood it with one other My daughter Oranges retailed about as lake near Kissimmee where an the places all visitors are told they what the name comes from I do like a little man price high as they do here but the qual- Englishman has fifty acres in a should visit It is made of shells Effie fell soon in the action My We went the route not know ity is much better but when garden in which I found cabbage we did to save losing our railroad and cement There are acres and wife and Mary Keith would not shipped north but liiile is realized potatoes beans onions and other tickets which we obtained before acres of them just across the bay go and best I guess they did freights commission etc eat vegetables The onions were of leaving home from River Junction between the town and sea The not them up This I have gone over the Bermuda species some of to Orlando and return On getting old houses are made from Coqui- Â¬ The most remarkable thing we before and will not repeat now which were as large around as a to Jacksonville we sold them to no The difference between that saw whiltt gone was the boiling I fell in with a friend from Midway common size saucer I found his River Junction so you see we used in the hotel building and the spring in mid ocean which was Ky whom the people of Frank- Â¬ beans mostly plowed up I asked made money by so doing This old houses being age has cement Â¬ our objective point in starting fort generally know Frank Lane him why he did it and he said seems to be what the world is after ed the shell into a rock a sample out To describe this I hardly who went there for his health there was no money in them of which I brought home with me know how to begin The captain He to day making money He is living near Acron He owns had shipped three hundred crates We left Jacksonville at 4 oclock and will send you a piece of same with the use of his compass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - got to St Augustine at 530 and There are quarries of it lower put up at the Ocean View Ho down the bay still there where tel which is located near St Au the old rock was obtained The gustine Bay the street and sea name of the large new hotel is to wall being between Of course be Ponce dc Leon It seems to the next thing is to describe the me it will be too immense to place but to get started and get be handled Old Fort Marion is started in the right place and direc here of Spanish build The old tion is the question I will com city gates still stand the city at mence by saying every school boy one time being walled in the sea and girl knows or at least they wall on one side about three feet should know this is one of the thick and ten feet high The city oldest if not the oldest town in could be entered only through the United States was founded these gates in old times on the several hundred years ago by the land side north in front of the Spaniards The State then with wall It was arranged so in front of other large territory belonged to the north wall and gate the water Spain and was bought by the could be let in under and through United States I was taught from the fort so as to deluge and make my earliest infancy to respect age it impossible for troops to get to which is not taught now to the gate or wall the water passing extent it was in my early day through into St Sebastian river On this account I felt like taking which flowed around the west and off my hat when I entered its south side and emptied into St streets feeling like being on holy Augustine Bay thus surrounding ground besides getting there soon the city with water This fort and after the large fires that had just all the walls are built of this Cooccurred and came very near de quino stroying the whole place it did There is an old batchelor S3 destroy the largest portion of the years old who lives in the place oldest houses including the old who has I was told 200 acres of Cathedral in the place We had land as to the number of acres the pleasure of the company of I will not vouch but if all was Father the priest who rode with us the most of the way his that was pointed out to me to in the bus to the hotel and gave be his it was not far out of the way which was mostly covered us a history of the fire etc He with houses that he was rentsaid they saved all the pictures and He has a very large valuables except perhaps one ing out fine house built in one square in We found him a yery rapid inter esting talker From his brogue the centre The whole square we took him to be an Irishman or was set out in flowers and differ of Irish descent His connection ent kinds of shrubbery with a with the old house made me take shell drive from gate to house Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 1 1 Â¬ w I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ VM Jttte3WyA1iixxJ jp ir tti mtTi 1 Mr j rf MnmtTifr w ft 5JPW Y - i j r - r CRANK FORT ROUNDABOUT fore we p When steered directly to it two or three hundred yards within of it the smell of sulphur became strong and as we got nearer it The water that was very strong boiled up was a different color from the ocean water the latter being a deep blue the former a yellowish color and covering about one acre I judged from looking at it All of the party saw it Some barely saw it being too sick to get up just raised their heads ana barely saw it but all said John E Miles they smelt it The captain said there was but few people living in St Augustine who had ever seen ir Compare this with your purchase i and did not believe it was there The water that boils up is not so salty as the sea water and I judge has no salt about it when it comes out but of course mixes with the salt water What an immense hole there must be in the bottom I forgot to state the captain told us the water there was S fathoms Now to find out how deep deep this is examine your arithmetic I have forgotten and have not We taken the time to hunt it up a vote here which way we took should go back the way we came or around and up the bay The majority voted to go back the We same route we came stopped on North Island an hour or more gathered a lot of shells 1ESTLESSNES8 and got back about five oclock Mil A STRICTLY VfOETAOLI jfl MULTtCSS FAMILY MEDICINE Wednesday morning the 27th at Fmrlonlyt gf 8 o clock we left for home I will state right here that although St Augustine is several hundred PHILADELPHIA years old the country is almost I ffi Price OHE Dollar uninhabited between there and The State of Florida Jacksonville or at least the largest portion of As you value health perhaps life examine each See south Florida until the last few package and be sure you get the Genuine title the red Z Trale Mark and the full on front of Wrapper and on the side years was in the same condition the seal nnd signature of J H ZelUnaS as in the above fac- - simile Remember there There are thousands of acres now Co other genuine Simmons Liver Regulator lino that the foot of man perhaps was never on and perhaps never will Kentucky Central Railroad be BLUE GRASS ROUTE I will state here as I have been Shortest and Quickest ruute from asked about the healthfulness of OKNXUAL KENTUCKY the country so often so all may TO ALL POINTS get my opinion of it that you can NORTH EAST WEST UNO SOUTHWEST not go into a town in the State FAST LINE UETWEEN that the people of that place do LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI not speak against every other SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV at 1886 place and locality as to its health- Â¬ fulness The country is generally No 6 No 4 No 12 South ltound low especially about water Ex Sun Daily Ex Sun I believe the high pine courses While in Orlando Ive Covington land is healthy 8 30 a m 8 25 p m 3 00 p m 10 03 a m 9 35Pm 3 30 p m Falmouth I heard of but three funerals of Cynthiant n 04 a m 10 24 p m 4 39Pm course the people die but I did Arr Paris 11 40 a m 10 50 p in 5 5 P m Lexington 12 30 p m 11 30 p m 6 10 p m not hear of deaths there as often Lve Paris it 50 a m 10 55 p m 5 20 p m as here I may not have heard of Arr Winchester 12 35 p m it 25 p m 605pm my life The worse land have in Kentucky is better than any I saw in Alabama Geor Â¬ gia or Florida Tennessee is a THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATl i t 1 hnve bought from Mrs splendid State With the same latratrlx of E wnlteslues Audio arretHis admin deceased entire On account of an increase in our business we have removed our store from Ann St to pains and expense of fertilizing Interest In the in Kentucky as is done in done Main Street Next Door to the Engine House Florida I mean the poor worn Furniture and Undertaking Where we propose to keep ns complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky out lands they would be made to We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz bloom and blossom like the rose I could not And liavo sold ono lialf Interest In my business to This is my last OLLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS finish it up any shorter and do as I would have liked I put it all in one You can divide if you wish AVERY MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL PLOWS And hereafter the stylo of the Arm will be or publish the whole at once So Yours truly good bye MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 8 MOWERS in NOTIGE BUSINESS Look Out We Are Coming v W S DEHONEY STATEN May 8 DEHONEY JOS T STATEN LOOK OUT I the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes SUten No 218 St Clair street And tf IBNuFI is We have also added to our stock BVGGIES SURREYSROAb CARTS SADDLES AND HAKNESS Choic Coal Cheap FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY Call and see us MAST1N BROS KINDS SCREENED ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Full Prompt Weight Bottom Prices Telephone connection No 30 DYSPEPSIA I II CEO B MACHLIU FRANKFORT K Jno T Bij c3sle3r STILL AHEAD -- Y WITH THE- - 0 E COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in GENERAL wwa GliicLimp re AND HARDWARE and Building Material Paints Lime Cement Blacksmiths and Oil Glass Fancy Goods Of all descriptions u-rg-eso ilPEi Il liill HMllllllISlilliyil mhIf m m - n6M sa pi The HkM Waon Makers Material OF- - stock GBATES Vases Â¬ si Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Broadway aud Lewis Streets BBLu m STOVES Brass Goods Goal Hods FRANKFORT Feb 24 tf KENTUCKY And at prices that cannot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ THORN HILL POULTRY L B JNO T BUCKLEY St Clnir Street MARSHALL PROPRIETOR Â¬ R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg horns Buff Cochins Black Javns W F B Spanish EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 100 Per sotting of 13 12 2m Feb Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Mnnnfacturer nnd Denier in F U MAJOB ATTORNEY AT LAW FRANKFORT KY STEAM ENGINES BOILERS Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery all of them f 4 V worldiisqertainly Gods country not that God is not every where but he certainly has taken special pains it seems to me in this part of his vineyard Jacksonville at WM CROMWELL same day after 320pm Agent for ISTDD 5 45 P m leaving St Augustine came by Attorney-at-La- w STvHOieiESIS ana way of May Cross Montgomery No 11 No 1 No 3 Columbus Steam Pumps Birmingham and Nashville to North Bound AND Louisville Birmingham is cer-Â¬ 123 Lewis St Near the Rivor Frankfort Ky 5SSEND FOR PRICE LIST tainly the boomingist place I ever Ive Livingston 8 00 a m Berea 10 25 a m saw It seems to me every place Arr Richmond 11 45 a m G THE OF H every where has more get up Lve Stanford 11 20 a m WILL PRACTICEtheINadjoining COURTS nnd counties and 8 11 a m Lancaster about it than Frankfort has It Arr Richmond will also give special attention to the purchase 11 00 a m and sale of real estate collection of rents claims is best not to get too high but I Lve Richmond CAPITAL p m 6 05 a m 30 and tlio negotiation of loans Oillee opposite 2 45 p m 715am Winchester do not believe Frankfort is high Arr Paris 320pm 800am June 25 ly enough Property is lower here Lve Lexington 2 45 p m 7 25 a m 2 45 p m VH JJR 8 Pa is 330pm 8 25 a m 3 40 p m JAS ANDREW BCOTT JAS A VIOLETT than any place I have been If Cvnthiana 59 a m 4 l7Pm 3 39Pi Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 03 a m 5 18 p m those who have Arr Covington the people SCOTT VI0LETT 6 00 p m i 35 a m 6 45 pm would invest in some money MAYSVILLE BRANCH 342 MAIN STEEET enterprise and put one business FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Ni5 Daily North Bound to moving some other party will PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Ex Sun Ex Sun be encouraged by it and do likeFranklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Un PORTRAITS IN CRAYON In 300 p m stairs 22 the Duvall building wise This is the way things ber Lve Covington Jun tI Lve Lexington 725 a 425 pm AND ALSO 8 15 9 Pari 520 p m gin and there is no telling where Lve Millersburg Arr 548 p m 842 a O12 p m Business is the life Arr Carlisle it will end 005 a DR J COLLINS 706 p m 957 a jST the world I do not believe in Arr Johnson bf Arr Maysvillc 1035 a 74iPm iMnriiiSfjiisisioraTOft3gift in No 54 anything A speculation jim uui jun Of all Sizes at Beduoed Frioe Daily Daily South Bound boom that is made on speculation Ex Sun Ex Sun MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN is like a bubble liable to burst at LveMaysville S5S a m H50P m OFFICE Teeth extracted without pain by the Lve loiinson 633 a m 129 p m use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas Do something to help Lve Carlisle any time 725 a in 223P m There is LveMillersburs develop our resources 747 a m 24p m DEALEH IN- Paris 815 a m 3i5lm millions right here at home more Arr Lexington Arr 910 a m 6 top m L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN a mm 1135 a m 6 oop m than any place I believe on Gods Arr Covington This portion of the No 45 leave Lexington 800 p m arrive Paris COMPTON green earth MACKLIN left p five We oclock m Richmond Lancaster Stanford Lve Richmond Arr Berea Livingston 2 00 p m 5 07 p m 6 00 11 in 2 00 p m 7 15 PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and p ra In the Federal Court DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to BOIIjIEIK AJIILfcAS EaTGraSTEJ Real Estate Agent MATTERNS 1 ART GALLERY SWMV Â¬ S DENTIST PHOTOGRAPHS -- R ROGERS COFFIUS C 842 p m I In coming home I naturally watched the country and the soil and will say right here I think more of my home my town the country around my town the people of my town the people around my town and the people of Kentucky than I ever did be Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets nnd Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent oi the company or S F B MORSE D A FEELEY Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky Office H EHUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Ky NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland W Va Huntington Charleston and Eastern Â¬ PR0PBIET0K3 Elkhorn Roller Mills -- HAVK NT URL Gents FRANKFORT KT iwiuij m ix COMPLETE LINE OF Furnishing Goods THE FULL- - In Stock and all Kinds of ROLIEB SYSTEM AND MANUFACTURE Shirts Made to Order A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the World wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Squaw BUILDING LOT FOR SALE All the latest style furniture constantly In stock Hut 8 lr r icui is unereu ior saie terms apply at this oUlce A GOOD BUILDING LOT BO ui a Bargain DY 835 OR 840 FebiiG For tl 1K Ak ISffc - w- VhJ Jtt3iili v rWJ