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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - r ijKxaEammmm - fjwfrifiiipiwjrjj 955SS h iiiS5ySiS7rTr5H5SI7JSSSHWBP555S5H iiinmifc The Frankfort Roundabout QEOROEA I- 1 LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR w - i Volume X FRANKFORT KY MAY l4 1887 Number 35 A STUPENDOUS STOCK to rnoM X r i m m SPECTION INCURS NO OBLIGATION TO BUY Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY o p Dayton 0 u Collars and Guffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed HUDSON HUMPHRIES train CASSELL Louisville Tobacco Market FURNISHED PBIETOBS BY GLOVEB IIOUSE DUBBETT PBO- - r m I r brick buildings commenced includ- Â¬ ing business blocks Opera House and new Post Office In the suburbs within two miles they are putting up frame residences by the hundred The side- Â¬ walks on the business streets are crowded day and night but they say not so much as in February and March but I suppose they took the mud and the streets for it then for it was real estate then now it is mostly laboring men and Good carpenters were mechanics in good demand at 3250 to 300 per day but stone and lumber C C Key have to be brought on the cars Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ and it appears to keep a good eases mailed free but The Swift Specific Co Drawer many buildings backward every coming in on strangers are 8 Atlanta Ga gan using the medicine 1 was in a very bad condition my digestion was poor I had rheumatic pains in my knees and my feet were always cold These unpleasant conditions were remcUied at once by Swifts Specific I ceased using the medicine after six bottles because I felt so well that I was entirely cured This past fall1 however had a relapse evidently had stopped taking S S S too soon So I at once began with the medicine and am happy to tell you that I am very much improved my general health being excellent and the ca Â¬ tarrh rapid disappearing I havofcreat faith in S S S for ca Â¬ tarrh and blood impurities and I recommend it to all my neighbors who are sick Yours truly Â¬ Kansas Letter The Republican State Convention rhet at Louisville on WednesTopeka Kansas May 5 1887 day last and nominated the folHearing so much of Wichita in lowing ticket to be voted for next Frankfort I thought I would take August the trip Fifty miles north of Wichita is a Col W O Bradley Governor flat but good farming country of Garrard county After passing Newton about Lieut Gov Matt ODoherty twenty miles from Wichita I beof Louisville gan looking for the city The first Attorney General Hon John indication was stakes marking off One or two I proposed avenues Feland of Christian county Auditor R D Davis of Car- noticed were plowing as if expect ing to raise a crop tel county Getting out at the Union Depot Treasurer J R Purycar of which is a plain frame building as McCracken county if the railroad company had not Public In- heard of the boom about three Superintendent of struction Rev VVm H Childers fourths of a mile on the street cars bring you to the center of the of Pulaski county town which is in a bottom on the Register of the Land Office Arkansas river which is bridged Thomas J Tinsley of Muhlen- - over about I2jfeet there being no water in it now one of the newsburg county papers proposed that it be sprinkled After Twenty Five Years to lay the dust On the west side they are build Cokixtii Miss Jan 1ft 1887 out of the war ing residences business houses Ever since I came up to two yours ago I hud catarrh and two colleges and they say At times the disease was very offen there are nine located here but it sive I tried all the doctors that I looks to me that they could have could see and nearly every catarrh medicine that I saw advertised but found more healthy locations on I got no permanent relief until two the east side years ajjo when I began taking S S There are some fine pressed brick a I felt immediate benefit from the four story buildings just about medicine and after taking six bottles I felt like a now man When I be finished and ten or twelve large Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ States Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i lighted with electric lights and they have just closed the saloons so to get anything strong you have to be sick or make the drug store man think so As to the future of this city there Some are all sorts of opinions say the eastern men have too much invested here to let it drop others talk about its position for wholesale trade but they dont mention manufacturers or gas wells If railroad and real estate men would make a small fraction of the boom in land in Franklin county that is here there would be very few but what would vote for railroads and stand a chance of selling land by the foot instead of acre If some of them would try it would pay them better than tobacco J R all over the United Mr L V Chism got dog bitten Restaurants and boarding or milk poisoned the first Monday houses are plenty but the sleeping in April but is all right now Prices run from room limited Miss Ida Semones is teaching a to 700 per week 500 subscription school in Harvieland The streets and stores are well and everybody is pleased with her from lm jA LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- - Sales on our market for the week just amount to 2200 hhds with re Â¬ very much ceipts for the same period of 2490 hhds Mr Owen B Quire will leave Sales since January 1st amount to 4318 this week to accept a position in hhds reports with regard to the pros The the Planters Tobacco Warehouse pective crop would indicate thut there will be a great reduction in the noxt in Louisville planting as compared with former years Mr W R F Brawner has And notwithstanding the fact that the been buying land this spring large manufacturers of the country have tobacco still Price not given It joins his old reduced the price of plugstrongth every our market is gaining farm week and Burley tobacco is now mate Â¬ rially higher than it was a month or six The farmers here are complain- Â¬ weeks ago The following quotations fairly repre Â¬ ing about the ground being hard on account of the hard rain which sent our market for New Burley Dark Trash 250 to 300 fell last week Colory Trash 300 to 450 400 to Rev T N Arnold will preach Common Lugs not colory 450 to 500 Colory Lugs 500 at Antioch to morrow morning Common Leaf not colory 450 to 050 COO to 1000 The people of Frankfort are espe- Â¬ Good Loaf Fine Leaf 1000 to 1475 cially invited closed Â¬ -- v J8 m -5 s1 A it Mi Snipesville We are glad to see our friend James Buford out again Mrs L B Witt is on the sick list this week Mr Jep Rarden has a nice fat cow for sale Another wedding about ripe Look out boys some of you will get left Mr David Moore has had two chances for the measles We hope he will not take them Mr A J Greenwell visited his father at Croppers on Sunday last week Mr James Cook sold a fine calf last week to Mr Greenwell Price not known Mr Tohn H Smith spent last Tuesday week with Mr JackAn- grave near Bridgeport Since this was written Col David has had the third chance for the measles Â¬ Â¬ We have 13 houses and one blacksmith shop in our town and all we need now is a company to bore for gas Mr Charles Brawner has moved to his new house which is the finest in Snipesville Mr A J Greenwell will commence one on the same plan in a sh6rt time What has become of the rail- Â¬ road from Georgetown to Frankfort The people out here dont hear the whistle If we do we just think it is the old L N Â¬ LHPTE CARPENTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND J PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF - i tsxiPEViLLE Dudes Good Results in Every Case CHUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS M D A Bradford wholesale paper PERFUMERY dealer of Chattanooga Tenn writes that he was seriously aillicted with a severe cold that settled on his Jungs FANCY TOILET ARTICLES had tried many remedies without benefit Being induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Â¬ PHYSICIANS tion did so and was entirely cured by tlie use of a few bottles Since which time ho lias used it in his fam Â¬ ily for all Coughs and Colds with the best results Tliisis the experience of thousands whoselives have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery Carefully compounded Patont Medicines Trial Bottles free at Jos LeComptes Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes Drug Store 6 C l PRESCRIPTIONS rm v B f T tf WP TPV T I - B- -n- VKIMWWI0 ylfgrlrk FOR THE COMING WEEK JB-i-- l c yyr Ti- - ny- - - WE ARE GOING TO OFFER GREAT BARGAINS - jr t- OUR STOCK OF Dry Goods B 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 Main Street The Banner Sign Personals WEITZEL ODONNELL i ville Judge W C Ireland of Ashland has been in the city several days this week Mrs R Ward Macey of Versailles is visiting Mrs George E Frazier Taylorton Hon Chas H Fisk of Covington was in the city on Wednesday on legal business Mr D B Walcutt returned on Thursday from a visit to friends at Columbus Ohio Hon George Denny srM of Lan- Â¬ Mrs J W McOlure and children caster has been in the city this week returned Wednesday from a visit to Miss Nellie Fellmer spent this week Mr W F Russell a former teacher her parents in Stamping Ground with friends in Louisville in the public school in this city was For Rest A frame cottage with Pure Benson Ice dellered In any portion of the city morning and evenlmr For sale nt nil times at Judge W P T Bush returned in town on a flying trip on Thursday three rooms and back porch is for DAY from Louisville Tuesday night Clulr street and W ti ti TTW UU tesJtlAIVlft Mrs Mattie Kelly and children re- Â¬ returned from turned Thursday from a visit of a rent Conway street between Third OJLO fsXy JNU Second Street South Side ZE3 Miss Eliza Johnstcn T3L and Cross Apply to a visit to Louisville on Monday few days to friends in Mt Sterling April 30 2m Mrs M R Wayts It Mr S D Johnson went over to Capt J W Taul Marshal of Mt Cincinnati on business Wednesday Sterling was in the city on business Hats Hats Hats returning home that Mrs A E Richards returned on Thursday Bonnets Bonnets Bonnets Monday from a short visit to Louis- Â¬ night on the C O BENSON IGE J ITIODL O R CRUTCHER -- CO Mr Jos B Lewis returned Mon- Â¬ day morning from Mt Sterling and is again in his old position in the at Mrs Sol Harris 35 35 11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX- - Roundabout office if PJ 7 Pi t rv fc iii tin Hon W L Voris lias returned from Florida where he has been spending the winter Miss Kittie Warren and Bliss Ada Haslett took in the Derby at Louis- Â¬ ville on Wednesday Mr Marshall J Allen and wife of New York City arrived in the city on Wednesday evening Mrs Judge IX Thornton Edwards of Versailles is visiting Miss Pau- Â¬ line Frazier Taylorton Mrs J C Herndon Miss Annie Herndon and Miss Fannie Herndon went to Louisville on Wednesday Hon Johu G Carlisle and wife of Covington have been visiting Gover nor ivnotc lor several ciays mis weeu Judge H Clay McKee and Mr H M Woodford of Mt Sterling were in town on Monday on business with the courts MrsWm Hunt ofJGreenville Mississippi is visiting her parents Col John Allen Crittenden and wife in this city Maj J W Blackburn and wife of Washington City are visiting Mrs Bs father Judge G W Craddock in this city Mis J L Hodman who has been quite ill for some ten days is slowly improving and it is hoped she will soon be up again Mr Hiram Forbes Tim returned Saturday evening from Kansas City having been called home on account of the illness of his wife Master Dick Morris jr left Satur- Â¬ day to accompany his uncle Mr John Morris on a trp to Louisville La ton in and Chicago Rev G F Bagby who lias been attending the Southern Baptist Con- Â¬ vention at Louisville returned home on Tuesday night Judge Buford was absent from the city on Monday and Judge Alvin Duvall was elected special judge in the Common Pleas Court Miss Lena Kirtley who has been visiting relatives in this county for snvprnl weeks returned to her home in Eddyville on Wednesday evening Rev II A M Henderson D D of New York City has been visit Â¬ Mr John ing his brolher-in-laC Mastin in this city for the past w H Fincel for all Go to C W meat they are selling cheap kinds of Choice bacon and lard 10 cents per pound at C W H Fincels 35 STAPLE - AND - FANCY - GROCERIES 131 St Clair Street Frankfoit Ky Also make a speciality of lt Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes teeth without plates and gold crqwns on roots a specialty No 723 West Jefferson street Louisville Ky 30 DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS 3m Garden Plows Forks Rakes Hoes Lawn Mowers c nt Mastin Bros Place your farms and town lots for sale with Win P Scott He will WAGON BUGGIES April 80 lm 0 All grades of flour away below Fresh Southern Hungarian and mill prices at J Heeneys South 81 Millet at Mastin Bros 80 Side Custom grinding every Wednes- Â¬ week Call and look at our beautiful and day and Saturday at Jewel Mills P D in all styles for sale by Mrs Grant Green sr and Miss cheap line of fans and parasols Meal exchanged when not running WE1TZEL 83 ODONNELL Katie Green returned from Louis38 Weitzel ODONNELL 31 4t Milam McKee ville on Monday We are glad to The coldest and best soda water say that Mrs Greens health is great- Â¬ For Sale A good second hand R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ and pure fruit syrups always to be ly improved age manufactured the Heywood hadatJ Weitacljrs Mr J F Johnston the enterpris Â¬ piano for sale at a bargain Apply at 32 o 29 tf this office ing and energetic lumber merchant Utica Lime Just received a and mill owner from Flag Fork received a Utica Lime Just Â¬ this county made a pleasant visit to For Rent The store in Odd Fel- car load at D L Holys car load at D L Holys lows Temple recently occupied by -- our office on Tuesday Thos Rodman Jr Apply to We have a large assortment of Brus We have a full line of Thompson Mr J P Wayts of Cincinnati E A Fellmer Mr Willis and Miss Maud of George- Â¬ glove fitting corsets They are the sel and Smyrna rugs which we will Clim Corporate Committee town College were called home last best Weitzel ODonnell eell under the general price Wednesday to the bedside of their 83 WEITZELODoNNEri Also un elevator for sale Apply 33 mother who was very ill with the 4 rheumatism She is improving slow Â¬ as above Icecream sherbet soda water and 6am D Johnson A Co will sell ly and Mr J P Wayts returned to Cincinnati Tuesday evening MATTEHNS best Photographs Chicago mead the freshest and you ladies unbleached hosofull regu lar made at 105 cents per pair Rev R Downey Blair of Fair of all sizes reduced to half price purest at J Weitzel jrs m mount Ky paid a flying visit to Cha F Exum Esq has removed ins daughter Airs is JM Hansbrouh Garden fertilizers at Mastin Bros his law And insurance office to west Friday of last week returning home 29 side of St Clair street near Branch on the 8 a in train on Saturday TO Mrs Blair contrary to the expecta- Â¬ For Rent House with six rooms Bank where he will continue to T DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE that THE PIOPLE I um prepared 1 of Frankfort tion of all is improving in health and a kitchen stable on the premises write policies on all insurable property to do till kinds otand vicinity sewing unduxk for their patron hopes are now entertained that and uge Flrst cliiss work and low prices Please call she will recover though she is still near City School Apply to Dr S at lowest rates and in first class com Â¬ at No 422 North St Clair street RODGERS Miss ANNA 84 3t 83 panies EJames very feeble Room ut Freeman House M2t advertise them thoroughly tf Â¬ SEWING sM jiL s 4tffiHHftAfctL kuWMHBML iJm wawmfcjwrawwii - -- r jUtjimmmtiKAirm - lkrfL- - l m JHHIJIUJ ijWifcVii Aji - i - i - i Av iu A liX ff VMMHHMttk I On Monday afternoon of last week Mrs Sam South went into the stiblc lot at the residence of her husband near Jones Station four miles from this city to look after a cow with a young calf and was attacked by the cow knocked down and nearly killed by the in- Â¬ furiated animal Her cries brought a negro man to her assistance who beat the cow off with a club When he reachedthe scene Mrs South was down and the cow standing over her pressing her neck against the ground with her The only thing which horns saved her neck from being broken was the cows horns were crumpled the points turning in towards the the horns been Had head straight she would certainly have been killed She was fearfully bruised about the neck and body The cow was one which had been used as a milker for years and had never shown signs of viciousness before tj-y- The Southern Baptist Convention representing a membership of over 1600000 after having been in session at Louisville since Friday last adjourned on Tuesday evening to meet next year at Richmond Va Taken altogether this was one of the most enthusiastic and enjoyable meetings ever Â¬ Â¬ held by this Convention It is seldom that you can see 1200 preachers together and with as many able and eloquent men among them all ready and willing to stand up fearlessly for the Masters cause Many parents having children to educate underestimate the value of regular attendance at school It is unreasonable to expect a scholar to keep up with his class when he is allowed to be away from the recitations three or four As a days or more in a month general rule sickness should be the only cause of absence but many parents keep their children at home every rainy day The healthiest and strongest children and the best learners are those who attend in all sorts of weather The man friends of Ensign Hugh Rodman in this city were rejoiced to learn that after a careful investigation of the matter he was acquitted of all blame or neg Â¬ ligence as an officer in the hand ling of the torpedoes which so un fortunately exploded in Chinese waters thereby killing one man and wounding another We expressed the hope and belief at the time the accident oc- Â¬ curred that an investigation would acquit Hugh as it has done Â¬ On Tuesday May 31st Albert G Bacon Post No 33 G A R will decorate the graves of the many Federal soldiers buried in the cemetery at this place All the Union soldiers in the county are invited to participate in the ceremonies The ladies are re0 W - II Fined will sell you quested to contribute flowers and choice fresh pork at 8 cents a pound honor the cccasion with their 33 lt presence The special order of Mental Exbnnstlea the Grand Commander will be The Effects ofospeciully those of the ner Â¬ Many diseases given in our next issue vous system aro the products of dally re Â¬ Miss Jennie Bowman the young lady so cruelly assaulted and beat en by the ruffians Turner and Pat terson died at the residence of Mr A Y Johnson her employer on Monday evening las at 915 Now let the punishment oclock of her murderers be swift and sure Â¬ different prices circulation and increase in useful- larger plants according to size Address all Your friend ness and prosperity orders plain to Mrs Sallie W M W L truly Burdin Forks of Elkhorn FrankOver 3 pounds of pork for 2 3 cents lin county Ky 33 lt at C W II Fincels We had a very pleasant trip to Louisville last At Swigerts Elmendorf sale of with Mr F MSunday in company Featherston On thoroughbreds Saturday the ag Â¬ the train we met Mr Wash Sixteen Crutcher W T gregate was We arrived in 49225 colts aggregated 22050 average the city all right and started for Broadway Church met Bro 1424 and twenty fillies brought Sampy and after a brief conversa- Â¬ 26950 an average of 1094 tion we concluded to to Fourth This beats the prices realized at and Walnut Sunday gi school being Woodbiirn which we publish in in session we entered and enjoyed We are glad to the exercies very much Accordanother column see our old friend Swigert reaping ing to the Secretarys report there were 1200 present At 11 a m a rich reward for his faithful aud we heard a splendid sermon from honest work Dr P S Henson of Chicago We met Bro F W Morcran and Fresh heef from 1 to 10 cents at C Bro Z T Cody there and went 3o lt W H Fincels with them to the Waverly Hotel Frankforts young bloods are and dined At 3 p m we went back to the Walnut street church very jorry they ever thought any and listened to our missionaries thing about there being a Derby Revs Schierve of St Petersburg winner JLots of other boys dont Russia Bagby of Rio de Janeiro know anything about it didnt Brazil Powell of Saltillo Mexico have anything up on it in a Eubank of Logas Africa and Dias of Cuba Each brother gave horn a brief description of his field of m labor which was very interesting Bridgeport In the evening we heard Bro Hawthorne of Atlanta Georgia Delightful weather We left at 1 1 oclock and arrived Lettuce and onions home at 330 a m Ice cream and strawberries Editor Roundabout Gardens are beginning to show Being one of those who are opup well posed to the Use of music books Mr J W Jackson still remains in the Public Schools I would very ill like to know whether the books Collins has been quite you stated in your last issue had Jimmie been purchased for the use of the sick for several days children were paid for the Misses Rosa Morris and Minnie Trustees or Superintendent by of out Farmer are on the sick list their own pockets or out of the The wheat prospect in most School Fund Objector cases in this vicinity is flattering For Rent A two story frame Mrs Mary Jenkins has been residence witli five rooms and cellar quite sick during the past two on the corner of Logan and Campbell weeks streets Gas in the house and water Mr Alex Julian sr has been in the yard Apply to W C Ilern very much indisposed fur a week don or two Four of Mr L S Roberts children are down with the measles KENTUCKYS KOUTE EAST Born May u 1SS7 to DepFOK uty Sheriff Robert Anderson and NEW YOM WASHINGTON PIIUM wife a daughter THE ONLY LINE Mr R H Parrent of Chatta- Â¬ relanooga Tcnn paid a visit to Having Pullman New Sleeping Gars tives in this vicinity the first of the FOR week insr Several dollars worth of tools FROM were stolen from Oscar Roberts the first of the week This is the LouisviIIiCiiiciniinti Lexington second time the like has occurred Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following extract from the Forks of ISlkliorn letter of a friend and lormer Several from this and Woodlakc Frankfort boy is given with a par- neighborhood visited Louisville Our friend is one this week donable pride whose good opinion is worth havDr Gwinn and wife who reside ing and is what we are striving for near Stampingground have been visiting relatives here this week as editors of a home paper Miss Katie Cannon and Miss It would be quite a hardship to me to be deprived of the Round Bettie Jones spent last Monday with auout It comes as a welcome Miss Susie Wilkerson near White visitor and its budget of news is Sulphur I lay aside always eagerly read Mr W S Dowden wife and the New York and Philadelphia daughter Miss Daisy of Missouri dailies at any time to get a have been here visiting Mr T F Beglimpse of the Roundabout Cannon and family They left for sides the pleasure of learning what Lexington last Saturday Frankis transpiring at home Mrs Sallie W Burdin has a fort wih always be home to ire there is a satisfaction in reading a quantity of chrysanthemums which clean moral sheet that is not filled she wishes to sell at the following prices First variety 10 cents 3 for with all kinds of filth have a wider 25 cents 10 for 75 cents by mail May your paper Â¬ Â¬ 255 fSH Btttf Knns genuine on1s tauipct with tho alovt SLICKER T not Inve TRADB HARK t hn nn Dnnt rrato yonr money on a tram or rnfibor cont Tho FISH BRAND RLIOKnr ruinu nnuoiuiciy rwr ami tMii moor nnu win Keep you ury u moulurokcenertloi- lFISIt IlllAND sLicKinnml tnkntinntlipr If vnur iiuhich Alclnr rnXwn ml for clowrlntlve nln1nnin to A ntnn Mn TOWnil 20 PlmniniK St All Â¬ Â¬ Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg OF CINCINNATI OHIO 111 says Having received so much WILL BE AT THE benefit from Electric Bitters I feel it my duty to Jet suffering humanity know it Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years my doctors IN FRANKFORT KY told me I would have to have the SATURDAY MAY 7 1887 bono scraped or leg amputated I used instead three bottles of Electric SATURDAY JUNE 4 1SS7 Bitters and seven boxes Bucklens SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 Arnica Salve and my leg is now Dr Kelly makes a specialty of curing BLEEDING sound and well BLIND and Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle and Bucklens Arnica Salve at 2oc per box by Jos Le End to Bone Scraping DR W I IELLEY CAPITAL HOTEL Compte 5 ITCHING PILES By We call your attention to tho 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 FISTULA 13T AIVO no equal as a remedy for the cure of Is cured diseases originating in a disordered Liver such as Dyspepsia Biliousness FISSU11ES Constipation Headache Colic etc Cured without cutting or tearing Simmons Liver regulator is simple and harmless purely vegetable and RECTAL ULCER can be safely and advantageously The great bane of humanity Is cured if the pa used under any circumstances It tient does not call too late This Is the greatest acts mildly and effectually and is es Â¬ becret enemy of mankind and a disease of uhlch known before the BRINK pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ llttlo or nothing was Many patients are troubled ERUOFF discoveries holds in so with constipation or occasional attack of dlarrtiea cine which position it lame back headache iljspepsla Itching Increased many homes We do not know at night kidney and bladder tiouble that are not which can bring aware It Is caused by ulceration In the lower bonel another preparation It that forward such endorsements from easesIs now a well established factkidney many ills of bladder heads of families and thoe holding womb and tho stomach liver either caused or nervous system are the highest oilicial and social posi- Â¬ aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FIST I tions Keep Simmons Liver Regula Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER REFERENCES tor in your houe it will reduce your W J HUGHES Frankfort doctors bill arid insure for your fam Â¬ RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort ilies health and happiness J 31 WITHROW Lexington It seems strange but it is neverthe Â¬ Dr Kellevcan be found at his Cincinnati olllco less true that the world contains every day of eacli week except FRIDAY and SAT people who will try to imitate coun URDAY Pamphlets describing terfeit or substitute something else mode of treatment sent these todiseases and this any one by ad free for a genuine meritorious article dressing even to the extent of making a spuri XV I KELLET M I ous medicine risking iiieauti Health every one to look 376 West Seventh St Gincinnati 0 and it behooves that they buy only the Genuine Zeilin Co have used the precaution Dec CONSULTATION FREE m 2G ly to put on the front of each wrapper their trade mark of a curved Z en Â¬ SEW PLANING MILL twined around the mortar and on the side the signature of J II Zeilin Frauds should always be de Â¬ Co M nounced and the true remedies only -- A Grant Record tho Brlnkerhofl System and a cure Is guaran- Â¬ teed in every case of Piles NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ upheld 32 1 m J WAKEFIELD Clnss Planing Mill Ex Gov A H Stephens Cousin I am first cousin of tho lnte Havingreeently addod to his Establishment First Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Aloxander H Stephens and havo been postal clerk on different railroads since 1S08 For ten years I have been a sufferer from a cancer on my face which ALSO grew worse until tho dischargo of matter became profuse and vory offensive I be Scroll Work Stair Work Turning came thoroughly disgusted with blood Gotten out In the best style purifiers nnd pronounced them humbugs ns I had tried manywithout relief 3Iaylo tf Finally I was induced to use B B B which was about the 1st of February and continued its use until the latter part of April Tho offensive discharge decreased at onco and tho hardness around the can WE HAVE THIS YEAR AN UNSURPASSED cer disappeared It improved my gener stock of Fruit and al health and J rapidly gained ilesn ana ORNAMENTAL TREES strength The discharge gradually de creased and the ctuicor became less and Grape Vines Asparagus and less in size until nothing remains except a scar to tell the tale of n once dangerous AXjZj cancer All who have seen me since I Semi Strawberry Cata have commenced the use of B B B bear logues for general Nursery andbut hell at honest Wo have no agents testimony of my great improvement and prices tho scar on my face shows that it cured tlie cancer I find that B B B comes squarely up to what it is recommended and I cannot say too much in praise of H T HILLENMEYEK this wonderful medicine I havo tried them Feb 10 3m Lexington Kr all but B B B stnnds at the top as a blood puriher Tho above is copied from the Athens Ga Banner Wotchman being the volun tary language of Mr James A Greer which editor Gnntt indorses Mr Greer is an honest upright citizen of Athens who hnd a bad cancer nnd his numerous friends thought that ho could not livo long as the cancor was gradually sapping the foundation of his constitution but now looks well and hearty Â¬ TREES TREES Â¬ Â¬ SE prtjits Direct to the Planter Â¬ Â¬ a solid rn 2 WASHINGTON CITY Connecting in suine depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO but legal Business avoca Â¬ newed mental exhaustion tions often Involve nn amount of moutal wear and tear very prejudicial to physical health and theprotessions Uimluously pursued aro no less destructive to bruin ana uerve tissue It Is one of the most important attributes of llostetters Stomach Bitters that i compen Â¬ sates lor this undue loss of tissue and that it Imparts now energy to tho brain aud nerves The rapidity with which It renews weakened mental energy and physical vitality is re Â¬ markable and shows that its invigorating properties aro of tho highest order Besides increasing vital stamluu and counteracting tho effects of mental exhaustion this potential medicine euros and prevents fever and ague Â¬ rheumatism ohronlo dyspepsia and consti pation kidney and uterine weakness and other ccmplalnts Physicians also commend it as ft medicated stimulant and ramedjr LYNCII1IUHU DANVILLE NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS Sovoral physicians havo pronounced my disenso blood poison caused by paint or lead in tho paint but they could not cure me Last Summer I used eighteen bot tles of a lnrgely advertisod blood modi cine which did mo no more good than so much water I havo used only two bottles of B B B and am proud to say that I have recoived greater benefit from them than from the eighteen and am now rapidly recovering There is no question about the superiori ty of B B B over all blood remedies W H Woody 215 Reynolds street Augusta Ga April 21st 1880 Â¬ Against xS inimcn Tho Â¬ IN Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh otc can securo by mail free a For tickets and further information apply to copy of our 32 pago Illustrated Book of your nearest tlcket otllco Wonders filled with tho most wonderful and startling proof evor before known W MONKOE W BLOOD BALM CO Address Div Pnssr Agont Lexington Ky Atlanta Ga H W FULLER W 0 WIOKHAM For sale by V H AVERILL Apr 23 lm Oan Pass Agt 2d Vioo President All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons most wonderful Paln Curor the world has over known Your money will bo returned if not found as represented Children Cry for Pitchers Castorin Job Work neatly cuted at this onice exe- Â¬ -- i ilitJVJsJl m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter The P G F Railroad FOR REPRESENTATIVE We nro authorized to nnnounco C M HAWKINS as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party GEORGE A LEWIS Editor and FRANKFORT DPTaToliBlier MAY 14 1887 We are rejoiced to be able to say the outlook for the building of the new road has taken another and altogether more favorable turn WHITE HALL WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo nro authorized to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT na n candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party w We were painfully surprised on Thursday evening last when Mr C C Furr came into our office and read us a dispatch from his brother Mr D P Hiter announc- Â¬ ing the sudden death of his wife Mrs Sallie Harlan Hiter which sad event happened in Kansas City Mo whither Mr Hiter and his family had only a few days ago gone to reside Mrs Hiter was the daughter of Hon James Harlan sr and the The following Board of Directors was elected ata meeting held in this city on Tuesday night last viz Judge Wm Lindsay E L Samuel Gen D W Lind sey Jno T Buckley Jas N Miles and R W McRery MAMMOTH STOCK OF Â¬ V V WHY NOT 1 Clothing Shoes Hats The Finest Uoods 13 ifc t sister of Judge Jno M Harlan of the U S Supreme Court Judge James Harlan jr of Louisville and Mrs Dr James G Hatchitt of Quenemo Kansas She passed through this city on Tuesday May 3 on her way to her new home and was to all ap the very picture of pearance health and was buoyant with hope and happiness at the prospect of locating advantageously at her new home For long years she had been a consistent member of trie Presbyterian Church and though the summons was sudden it found her not unprepared Alas alas how soon our brightest hopes are blighted by the icy hand of the grim destroyer Another playmate of our childhood has gone to the home beMay the sod rest gently yond on her peaceful bosom Her remains will reach here this morning on the 1020 train and the burial services will take place at our beautiful cemetery where she will calmly rest by the side of her loved ones who have but gone c Â¬ This begins to look like real bus- Â¬ iness It is every way in better shape to meet the popular favor than it was before as it puts things in the hands of our own people It is generally understood that Judge Lindsay will be made the President and will at once address himself with his well known ability and skill to forwarding the much to be desired end Now good people of Frankfort and Franklin county is your gold Strike while the en opportunity iron is hot and let every stroke be Allow no in the same direction differences to divert us from the accomplishment of this grand object We have already delayed too long Â¬ The Latest Styles The Cheapest Stock Within Franklin Uountyi WHY NOT BUY OF Ri Kl mf 1IN -- And prices were never bo low Buyers have the ndvantagb in our houso of seeing so many goods before they buy and dont hnvo to take the choice between one or two things We show nil Bizes We fit n little fellow 4 years T T J old fit tho biggest tallest and shortest man in 1 the country Prices from 200 to 2000 n suit c t rrPTT rlllNvjr IN SHOES Wo have all widths Stock fresh and clean AXjXj And we HATS Anything and overything for men and boyB BOTJG HT FOE can sell lower than tho lowest for cash LOOK HERE boforo you buy 0 ASX3 1 CRUTCHER STARKS Main Street McCLURE ri ST CLAIR STEET WHY NOT unmw To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock iood Salary and Expenses or Commission Per Â¬ Address at manent employment Guaranteed once stating age HOWLANDj SNELL nurserymen bt louis mo Apl 2m 9 XfsEN vtafess-i tUWUAM WEL XMmMi1jSffiJffl3Jli VIi MtmiXSh ijiMs WTtL m iJmWssB ymwar VsrS WaiM nEEMKSMHl iifelHffll mkw waislM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Geo W Daniel Pension has received notice that the first certificate of pension yet issued to a Franklin county soldier in the Mexican war has been issued to Mr G Wash Chambers of this county who was a private in Capt Chambers company of the 2d Kentucky Infantry The Commissioner of Pensions is issuing the certificates in alphabet- Â¬ ical order instead of the order in which the applications are filed DO YOU We ii 4 WANT THE EARTH -- Agent FOR SALE OR RENT 1 and lot on Second street South Frankfort The lot Is b7 by 192 feet frame house contains seven rooms with cas and In eood renalr Beautiful lawn good garden fine grapes and iruii trees Will sell for a reasonable nrlce AddIf nt my office on the premises F C HUUHES Apru XKtt T OFFER cant give you that but j we will give you the best in tho city a Gents Shoe for FOR SALE OR RENT MY HOUSE i ii ti it t 300 260 2 00 Â¬ Ladies Kid Boot for it 260 200 f Â¬ OTHER GOOD6 IN PROPORTION FOR RENTOR SALE SOLD MY BUSINESS AND EXPECT to remove to Louisville I will sell or rent my two story frame house on Murray street bstween Camnbell and Cross streets House contains eight rooms kitchen store room and cellar lot 103 reel oy iu ieei gooa wen ana cistern in yard servants room wood and coal houses smoke and hen houses large stable and carriage house good cistern at stable Call on undersigned on premi Â¬ ses WJ HUGHES April 16 tf A large stock and prices to suit the times BORN In Versailles on Friday May C Jos B Lewis and wife a son weight Tn this city on Friday May 13 Peter Light and wife a son 1887 to Mr 10 pounds 1FS7 R K MCCLURE to Mr before JDIICU city on Sunday May 8 1887 Makt Sal daughter of Mr Peter Light aged 4 Blue Grassoultry Yards fl Johnson Strains 160 PHOTOGRAPHS If you want a finely finished photograph at a very In this The friends will please take no- lie Infant years tice and be governed accordingly Â¬ Earl Oochins J B Foot and M M Con Â¬ ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan dottes and W per 15 w i Our whole community was At the Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write for wants Address shocked on Monday morning to J G GREEN Frankfort Ky learn of the sadly sudden death of As assignee of the CAPITAL BREWING COMPANY I will offer for sale on Miss Henrietta Hempstead which the premises at 10 oclock a m on occurred at the residence of her Capt James SATURDAY MAY 21st 1887 slep grandfather Blackburn near Spring Station A LOT OF- on Sunday Woodford county LIVE STOCK WAGONS morning It appears that Miss Hempstead together with her uncle and aunt OFFICE FURNITURE C Apl 23 lin Mr Sam and Miss Henrietta The terms will be made known on day P LIGHT Blackburn was examining a small of sale JOHN MEAGHER rifle of Mr Blackburns when by Assignee some unexplained and unexplain May 14 2t able reason the gun was dischargFARMERS ATTENTION THE SEASON OF 1887 AT MY WILL MAKE miles from Frankfort on the L ed the ball passing through Miss two STONE WISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO IJ LIASone of those county that lie pur- N It at Hempsteads heart killing her in- chased farinero of this unexcelled iaar has Scott 25 TO INSURE A MABE IN FOAL j the Threshing MLCiilnes and will run the same this stantly season lie asks a share of your patronage and Money due as soon as the fact Is ascertained or Miss Hempstead was a bright guarantees satisfaction PATTIE Cowan Tenn the mare parted with W Here is FOR SALE -- klrodm low price ccme to gallery All work guaranteed to be done satisfactory in every respect LOOK JJT Card OTTIR I I BAYWOOD PSIOBa Dninies 76 cents a dozen 160 a dozen Boudoirs Cabinets 300 a dozen Panels 400 n dozen 600 a dozen LARGER WORK PROPORTIONATELY REDUCED ELRODS GALLERY 834 Main street between Ann and Lewis streets B CLAASSEN Â¬ LIGHT -- CLAASSEN R- - Â¬ Â¬ f Ift ViV t beautiful and accomplished lady just in the warm flush of young womanhood greatly admired and loved by all who knew her in this community where she had lived for several years The remains were brought to this city on Monday and placed in the Flournoy vault in our ceme- Â¬ tery by the side of her grand- Â¬ father Mr W E Blackburn The sympathy of our whole people goes out to these afflicted May God comfort them in ones this sore trial Â¬ The ai lnch cylinder three way crank PEER Â¬ LESS thresher Is the lightest draft smoothest running machine and does the best cleaning of any machine In the country and 1s the only ma Â¬ chine that has ever been In this county that you cannot choke the riddles and the only machine 1 ever saw that threshed all kinds of oats without choking and loading the riddles It Is impossible to recommend It too highly for after you have gone as you think to the full extent In recom meedlng It you have not suld halt writes December what J 1886 8 Inches high with u line block mane ami tall and can show u 230 gait with only a few weeks hand ling His colts have already proven to be not only fine looking but trotters He Is the cheap est horse ever stood In Franklin county Bay stallion j BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 foaled 1881 Sired by Harold sire of Maud S 1 dam Nata by Noontide 2WVt etc 208 Woodford Mumbrlno ZiUVs sire of Abbottsford Lucy by Deys Woodford son of 2 dam 219Ui Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 215 May 8 dam by thoroughbred son of Im Queen 220 ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the late R A by Old St Lawrence Alexander BAYWOOD Â¬ Â¬ DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Is a beautiful bay 15 hands and PSAOTIOAL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters -- DEALERS IN- - Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Blook Mur12 Jm Closets c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed W April 9 3m L COLLINS - - Frankfort Kentucky TBS FINE HOLSTEIIJ FEIESIAN BULL BUGGIES SURRYS HARNESS The new magistrates and constables elected last August have to give bond and qualify on or be A full line of V D for sale by fore the 6th day of June next Weitzel ODonnell NEARLY OPPOSITE THE work repaired and Ky Currluge BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM painted J J QUIN WILL number of cows during the season of Apr lC 4m one mile 1887 at my farm on Owen turnpike from Frankfort Aggie Jessies Netherland H F II B vol 1 I No 807 comes from two of the best families of his race whose record both for milk mid butter Is as good as that of any breed or family of cattle LODGE NO 0 MEETS EVERY MON He Is of line size and well formed and is known day night Visiting brothers crrdlally Invited In excellent condition Terms for the season JAS MUKBAY N U 500 due at time of service J R Williams Sec L B MARSHALL April 17 tL April 8011 Aggie Jessies Netherland STREET NO ajl LBWIH FARMERS BANK One of the Best Located Reei- - FOR 8ALE dencea in South Frankfort 0 0 F W H HALL FOR SALE DRhouse and and lot OFFERScorner of Cross HIS on the and Main itnets The lot coiitaliiH about two acres uud the house In in good repair There are apple peach und plum trees In abundance upon the place two luree pits stocked with Marshul Nell toee and u green house planted with roses und heated with Ullchlngs Improved hot water apparatus FU-2C-- ly TERMS EASY Apply to Dtt i W U HALL V JiJ JJ jfi Ki - - - iJi ttLi Ms v A fVTfS V lW iTlVr wrnmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmam i TTjjjjM inMHMHnHMHnSHMK ryflflffifTTT1 TSTVTT -- T - - i rrirkl s i SAM D JOHNSON s7 CO OPE1T THEIR PATTERN SECOND O INVOICE AND BONNETS HATS WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1887 Ladies who wish to purchase a The stock of the Frankfort Natural Gas and Oil Company has guaranteed silk dress in all shades TCCKiT ES ca IjBiTiT PROPRIETOR MAY 14 1887 FRANKFORT been placed on the market at as Well as quality would do well DlAUSB IN AND MANUFACTUBEU OF- 200 per share paid up and all to visit Mrs Sol Harris estabprisoners was who desire to invest can be ac- lishment as she will certainly A gang of fifteen GRANITE MONUMENTS sent out from the Penitentiary on commodated by calling on the astonish you in low prices of black ITALIAN MARBLE Lou- Secretary Mr William Cromwell gros grain all silks from Wednesday to work- on the 75 cents HEADSTONES RUSTIC TABLETS railroad The company are going actively to 175 per yard worth 35 per isville St Louis Texas All They were very closely guarded to work in a few days and it is cent more every yard guaranteed tion kinds of stone work promptly attended to Estimates furnished on applica Correspondence solicited This is no paint brushes hoped that our citizens will sub- or money refunded Whitewash and ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY empty boast but facts You will 238 mixed paints all at roekbottom scribe liberally to the stock April 2 3ra FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Â¬ FRANKFORT -- MARBLE WORKS Â¬ t Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prices from Gray Church m Mary Gray a colored woman was arrested by Officer Brown on Monday last charged with steal- Â¬ ing 45 irom Mrs Rice a widow lady living on Main street She was committed to jail to await an examination We have a nice lot of country meat Which we are selling at the following prices hams 12 cents shoulders 7A cents sides 10 cents C E Collins Buo 2t The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trade will be held on Monday evening and it is to bq hoped every member will be present as business of importance will be presented Immense stock of cutlery razors wtraps scissors at the big anvil house Of Gray Church Messrs Brawner have been awarded the for putting up the tower dition to the Methodist their bid being 4773 Buckley contract and adChurch Â¬ A pleasure to shave with one of the say how can she sell so much cheaper than any other house befine razors from Gray Church cause she has bought them at an If you have any cattle calves sheep lambs hogs etc for sale go imported auction sale during her H visit in New York The dress and sell them directly to C W Fincel and make the profit of the goods stock in her establishment is 35 lt stock trader yourself complete from a canvas cloth for The ladies of the Presbyterian five cents a yard to an imported Church will give a strawberry fes- plaid or serge trimmings to match You certainly must see the round tival on the 24th inst hats and bonnets and you will im- Â¬ Hne3 rakes lawn mowers at the agine you are at Mademe Princes anvil house of Gray Church in New York as they are importWanted Hogs j cattle calves ed and no copies It is well worth sheep lambs only the best at C V the trouble to call and examine 35 lt it H Fincels the stock of Chantilla Medici Judge W H Sneed represented Torchon and Oval Laces also the Seventh Congressional Dis- Â¬ Hosiery and the endless amonnt of trict in the Committee on Organ- all kinds of Trimming as you will ization of the Republican Conven- Â¬ be well paid in the profusion of tion fine goods and novelties Imported Millinery in all shades We are now handling the cele- Â¬ and styles at Mrs Sol Harris brated Wiccapee hose which we 35 guarantee for one year It will last Gray fc Church have a lot of tin Â¬ for many years Call and give it a ware at cost See the prices trial at C E Collins Bro St Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our stock of millinery is very com Â¬ plete 31 Stylish work guaranteed Sam D Johnson Co The Heywood baby carriage the best made for sale at R Rogers 32 Manufactured Save money by buying groceries nia Fig Syrup only by the Califor- Â¬ Co San Francisco from J Heeney South Side 30 is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ Cal tive It is the mast easily taken Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs and the most pleasantly effective Soap for bath and toilet at Chap remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or costive to dispel 34 tf man Gaies headaches colds and fevers to cure Chicago mead the life giving fluid habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 always on tap at J Weitzel jrs bottles by Chapman Gayle tf 34 - Syrup of Figs I The Hey wood is th best baby car forriage made For sale by R Rogers Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt 32 Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and alJj Utica Lime Just received a SkinEruptions and positively cures car load at D L Halys Piles or no pay required It is gutuv anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Our splendid kid gloves are all war Â¬ money refunded Price 2a cents pebox For sale by Joe LeCompte ranted and fit to the hand Â¬ Buoklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world i - - 33 WEITZEL O DONNELL To the Ladies Lace curtains neatly laundried for 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also done up in the best style by FRANK D BULL Agent Famous Dayton Laundry Rhuematism and Neural Â¬ gia Cured in a Days The Indiana Chemical Co have discovered a compound which acts with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia We guarantee it to cure any and every case of acute Inflammatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia in DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ lief in chronic cases und eilect a speedy cure On receipt of 30 cents in two cent stamps we will send to any address the prescription foe this wonderful compound which can be filled by your home druggist at small cost We take this means of giving our discovery to the public instead of put- Â¬ ting It out as a patent medicine being much less expensive We will gladly refund money if satisfaction not given m An immense stock of white goods in plaids stripes and plain at M3 Sol Haukis 85 Smith of this Presidents of the Republican State Conven Â¬ tion Mr Samuel R city was one of the W K Utterback wishes to inform the proprietors of distil- Â¬ leries and grist mills that he has the best known composition for dressing mill picks and will guar antee perfect satisfaction in every job intrusted to him Call and see Shop at the intersection of him Second street and Louisville pike Â¬ Its Delicacy of Flavor And the eflicacy of its action have rendered the famous liquid fruit rem Â¬ edy Syrup of Figs immensely popu- Â¬ lar It cleanses and tones up the feverish system dispels headaches colds and fevers cures Habitual Con Â¬ stipation Dyspepsia and the many ills depending on a weak or inactive condition of the Kidneys Liver and sale in 50 Call and see our sample Binder Bowels For Cpapman cent and 1 bottles by Gayle Reaper and Mower Manufactured only by the California MASTIN BROS Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal Whan Bby wm ttek m hsr Cutorte Wfcea ibo tm a Child aha cried for Caatoite When aha became Miss aha clang to Caatorla Whaa aha had CUldraa aha gY Utaaa Caatoria i rt The Indiana Chemical Crawfordsvllle Ind Co iiiiiiifli iiiiiPwiStiHi TfSlj i it r R ff I I j porfect plnmbing is at onco apparent Gars Notes Flag Fork Editor Roundabout Notico of Incorporation Perhaps it would be well enough for tho Wont you plcnsc give the true Maj J Williams is reaping a From the Indianapolis News council to plnco some restrictions upon Many citizens nro also inter Â¬ plumbing version of the shooting of Mr Know nil men by The gns well nch harvest in commercial busi- mentwith sixty nt Pondloton wns shot ested in the preservation of stroots ns H II Watson James these presents that N Miles J Huford quarts of nitro Rlycerino they are nnd these insist that tho now Charles Fcatherston thirty years ness Hendrick W L Collins Jno T Buckley Saturday with good results Tho force Crutcher and vlho bv Tno N to tho top of digging should be in the alloys rather than JasA Murray Michael Buckley nnd Jas mud Judge D Bailey says he has the threw stones Threonnd water people vis the streets Dick Tate with a horse pistol and G Brawncr their successors nnd assigns tho derrick thousand are hereby associated together under the sweetest creature on earth for a ited tho well yesterday The contractors a syringe of ice water pronounce it as good as any of those at Eventful and JUrllliant Ca- Â¬ provisions of chapter fifty six 56 of the I have heard many versions of wife General Statutes of the Commonwealth of reer of a Confederate Muncio and say that when capped it will the shooting and would now like Kentucky under the coiporatc name of Naval Officer Our bad boy is left out for want bo much stronger The blaze is thirty the Frankfort Brick Company to hear the correct one from you of space to make room for other foot high Another well will bo drilled nt From the Baltimore Sun Section I The names of the corporators once which I hope you will give in the matter Col John Taylor Wood tho distin Â¬ are H H Watson James N Miles J Kniohtstown April 23 Tho gas excite guished officer of tho Into Confederate Huford next issue of your paper W L Collins All the sweet little boys and is running high at this plnco At the well States Navy who hns been visiting friends Buckley Hendrick Murray Michael Jno T the As Crutcher and Tate arc Buckley Jas A tho drill is down sovonty fivo nnd they the past few days ox Jas G Branner who oldest citizens of the Capital of girls go to Tracys school and the are running dny nnd night feet people in Bnltimoro for dny for Halifax N S and first hoard of directors shall constitute The pects to leave to tile The name of fool confident that gas will be struck whero ho is at present ongnged in busi the coiporation shall be the Frankfort the State it would doubtless be sour mugs stay at home Wood Dr Another gas company interesting to the younger generaOur pharmacist Violett will here to sink nnothor well is being formed ness Col who was is a son ofyears Robert Brick Company as aforesaid The principil during place of business shall be in the city of C Wood for two tion to hear of the doings of these aad a chemical laboratory to his tho late war Surgeon Genernl of tho Frankfort county of Franklin State of Tho city council GnEENsnuna April 23 was now prominent citizens who have present drug department daugh having appropriated 10000 for boring United States His mother nnd aa sister of Kentucky grown greatly in the hearts of the Section 2 Said corporation shall have Mr Runnels to ter of Gen Zachary Taylor contracted with Mr Ben Slattery whose eye gas havewell at once It will be three tho first wife of Hon Jelferson Dnvis perpetual succe sion and shall have power sink n To live in hearts we people was struck by a nail rebounding squares from tho court house The machi- Col Wood was born in Lorisiann and on to sue and be Sued and o cdnlract and be leave behind we must not die U Navy as teied hard piece of wood is nery is being placed on the ground to day April the1817 S and served midshipman on contracted with in its said corporate name 7 in the Mexican to have a common seal and to alter it at As Col Crutcher and Col Tate from arecovering Adjoining farms which have formerly slowly sight War in been rated at gl50 per acre are now held at tho war the Ohio and Brandywino When pleasure to render shares or interests of have not died they still live in the betweon tho States began Col transferable and Postmaster John Hall continues S 100 an acre Well No 1 will be shot Wood win assistant professor of seaman Â¬ shale holdersmaking transfeis to prescribe hearts of their people hence the the mode of to acquire next week to suffer from his sore arm yet hel ship nnd gunnery at tho Naval Academy and transfer or convey titles to real estate inquiry as above made NoDLESViLiiE April 23 Lacey Griflln at Annapolis whero he married Miss arid peional propeity and to possess the bears his affliction with Christian were tho first men to introduce natural gas Lola Mackubin the daughtor of Bichard Lucueiia McTabu sr same rights and authority in such respects fortitude for heating nnd light and found it moro Mackubiu a prominent citizen of Mary Â¬ as private individuals enjoy and to establish In compliance with the request than the most sanguine could expect At land and at one time Stnte Treasurer by laws and make rules and regulations for Dr Birchctt restored sight to a lenstfi Vo hundred strangers witnessed tho She is still living and hns a happy family of Mrs McTabb we will give the the transaction of lady who has been stone blind for test and nil wore delighted Carter Har- of eight children Immediately upon tho to the corporation all business pertaining not inconsistent with true and correct facts in this much ten years She now sees rison ox mayor of Chicago was the guest secession of the Southern States from tho the Constitution and laws of Kentucky or to thread of Mr Lacey Messrs Payne Bookwnlter Union Col Wood resigned his commission of the United Stales talked of and laughed over occur a darning needle and Allen 0 Myers of Ohio and many in tho U S Navy and entered tho service Section 3 The general nature of the when these rence of the long ago Major J Williams an honest Indianapolis gentlomon wero horo while of Virginia serving nt tho Evansport bat- Â¬ business of the coipoi itioii shall be the two now staid and sober old fellows merchant of this village has never other cities nnd towns wore represented teries during the blockade of the Potomac manufacture of brick tile and other article Tho light was pronounced superior in under tho command of Capt Frederick and the buying selling of were broths av bys been known to send the needy every respect to that of artificial gns pro Chatard of Maryland Ho entered the out of clay Also contracting and the build Â¬ for thesime unnccom a States It will be remembered by the away from his store empty hand- Â¬ ducing bysteady or clear flame its heating service of tho Confederate rank of Navy on ing of houses nnd other things It may smoke while ppnied odor lieuten also purchase contract foi and receive October 4 1861 with tho ed older citizens that the dining room quality is wondorful ant his brother who wns a gradunte of hold and sell such stocks and bonds ol other Some public journals devote and kitchen of the old Mansion Kokomo April 23 Tho boom continues West Point taking a position in the cav corporations public private or municipal alry arm of the service under Gen Mor fin work or lor prop Â¬ Hundreds of capitalists nnd House were in an ell which ran columns to such Shylocks as Gould are looking over the field manufacture s gan with tho rank of colonel His father as may be paid to it erty sold - the directory may deem judici and investing Â¬ The Rounda- heavily in city nnd suburban property Dr Wood continued in tho United States ous or advisable back from the Main street end and Vanderbilt Section 4 The capital stock of the cor Â¬ bout being elevated on a higher Gontlemen from Cincinnati Mansfield service the beginning of 18G2 Lieut About of this at that time famous plane takes a different view poration shall not exceed twenty five thous Â¬ London Springfield Delaware Dayton fNhall be divided and other points in New York nnd Penn Â¬ Wood wns ordered to tho Virginia or and dollars i S25oco hostelry There was a very high Morrimac nt Norfolk and partfeipated in into shaics of jne bundled dollars 100 Mr Dennis Griffin of your sylvania have bought five hundred thous Lthe great naval bnttle with tho Monitor in eich Die coroiation ma oiauize when board fence running along the city opposite the Capital Hotel and dollars worth of property horo this week Two mammoth glass factories Hampton Koads A short timo since lid six thousand live hundred dolhrs 6500 back of the store rooms fronting on receives credit on the books above this drove stakes for large buildings hero yes wrote a very spirited sketch of Cen- Â¬ is subscribed mil may commence business engagement which appeared in the when ten per cent ol snid hst amount is St Clair street then occupied by for his daily gifts of charity to the terday tury When tho Virginia was destroyed paid in Mock shall be paid fjn in money M Todd R Knott B F penniless poor April 23 The new gna well south her crow erected the batteries at DrewryV Stock not subscribed for may be sold from Pebu W by tho nnd Our National Sunday School was of tho rivorthehas been impeded suspend Bluff that defeated tho Monitor vessels time to time as the stockholders may di Â¬ and the Post office Johnson breaking of drill nnd work is Galena and other United Stntes rect provided existing stockholders shall Chas Featherston was employed again honored by a large number ed ponding the arrival of tho necessary that attempted to pass up James Rivor to have the preferred right to puichnse in tools etc to recover it Tho contractors Richmond In tho engagement pioportion to the stock held by them ic of almost angelic at his trade as a carpenter and by and handsome young lovelyof ladies are working night nnd day It is proba capture The terms high ble that Frank Benrss and others will sink Lieut Wood commanded a compnny of spectively men conditions and shnrpshooters who poured n storm of tunes for such sales shall be fixed the way he was and is a good one ly cultivated manners and morals a well on a t farm north of that city for leaden hail in the ports and other exposed stockholders Such stock Mibsiriptuiis and was engaged in making some places of tho Prayer meetings are being held oil the gas well and other researches indi gunboats wereFederal vessels nndVt hen tho may remain Unpaid at the time of the or Â¬ driven off turned ganization ol the coiporaliun shall be paid in the Mansion House in nearly every church and school pating oiMn paying quantities repairs Wood according to the contract lenns of the Habtfobd City April 23 A party from their heads down stream W liieut Jeffries kitchen not far from this high house in the precinctt D These Logansport have bought a tract of land recognizing Commander subscription and if theie be no such terms Navy him from fence It was an intensely hot weekly meetings are capturing our adjoining tho city containing fifteen of tho old bank called out totho way to then nt such times nnd in such sums ns the Thats not board of directors may older or the by liws acres for 350 per ncre Tho gontlemen tho river wicked by the wholesale Long will Richmond evening in the summer nt onoe mnko preparations looking Federal fleet After tho repulse of tho may provide at Drewrys Point Lieut Section 5 Said corpoiation shall exist toward establishing n largo paper mill Crutcher and Tate were as they may these miracles continue to duty Tho Huffman house block wns sold to a Wood was assigned Davis on the staff of for the term of twenty five years from and Mr Silas Hardin will not throw with the rank after the 18th day of April 1887 during his uncle are still fond of a joke They Findlay O syndicate for 5000 Forty of colonel President of cavalry which time its affairs shall be managed by agreed a single die for any man to repre- feet opposite the Huffman was sold to the saw Featherston at work and a board of not less than the nor mote thap sent this county unless he is a sime parties for 3000 nnd 120 feet front to play off on him They went to farmer who will promise to defend on Main street to Xenia nnd Jamestown My motto Quick sales small seven directors who shall be elected annually The director shall elect a Piesident O gentlemen for SG500 Two addi profits and square dealing work and filled a large syringe the interest of the husbandman Vice President and Secretary and Treasur Â¬ tional wells will be drilled ns soon as tho 30 J Heenijy er which Secretaiy and Treasuier may be with ice water and slipping up to services of a contractor can be secured The venerable Zcke Yocum of held by one and the same peison who may the fence close to Featherston one Mugwump fame could weave a MiiuoN April 23 It is claimed that For Elegant bath and carriage or may not be a stockholder Thcdiieelurs four shall be elected by the stockholders on the All my Marions boom just was weeks old is as sponges try Chapman of them fired off a double charged droll story out of this Uayle at ten months largo as Findlays third Monday in Februaiy iSbS and on old fashioned hofse pistol ana the children are progressing finely but The swnrm of business men and capitalists the third Monday in February of each fol Â¬ constantly the same time let drive why dont you send your childien abroad in increases is remarkablyandbrisk to see our stitched back kid lowing year at such place and in such Ask other at the manner as the by laws of the corporation to school inquired an honest farm- trnllio real estate with the ice water striking Feath- er of a selfish neighbor who is Twenty eight leading sales this week foot glove in all colors at 75 cents may provide or the stockholders may diup 207495 Inquiries from manufac33 for any pmpose no rect WeitzelODonnell electionIf the diiectors in officethere becon erston squarely under the shoulder just beginning to ape the aristo- tories are pouring in and many have shall VVal you see that thar representatives on the ground till their crat in the side All goods bought guaranteed and tame to act qualified successors shall be elected and in low trash No I 30 Jamestown April 23 Jamestown has delivered by J Heeney As may well be supposed the teacher takes Section 6 The corporation shall not in Â¬ expect to keep mine at home it the natural gas contagion Shares to cur indebtedness or liabilities exceeding in tremendous report made by the the amount of 1000 have been subscribed raising his head high into ether the aggregate at any one time a sum A stock company of enthusiastic citizens THE WEEKLY pistol and the cold water drenchequal to two tliiids of the capital stock will bo immediately formed having a actually paid in by the stock subscribers ing him at the same time Feather- Â¬ capital stock of 2500 and drilling oper Â¬ EDUCATIONAL Section 7 The private piopertyof the LOUISVILLE ations will soon commence ston supposed he was killed and share holdeis or members ol the share Delphi April 22 Though somewhat holders or members of the corporation dropped over in a dead faint after Col Thos Hunter shall be exempt fiom the payment of any impeded by water the gas well hero has Supt of Public Sc100s and all debts and liabilities ol the corpora reached a depth of COO feet of casing in yelling out that he was shot Dear Sir I have the honor to The rockresombles that at Kokomo tion One Year 75c Physicians were hastijy sum- solicit you to invite your brilliant Witness our hands this 18th of April Jonksbobo April 22 Over 5000000 1887 moned who found out the cause staff of educators to hold one feet of gas comes hissing out of tho well II H Watson 6 Months 40c and applying the usual remedies meeting of your Association at hero every day with a sound like escaping JN Mills IlKNDltICK steum ileal estate is booming J BuTuKP Featherston was soon on his feet Flag Fork V L CuLLtMS Eight Munoik April factories Your entrance to our village have been located22here sincolargo boom be the as mad as a March hare and ready Jno T Buckluy JfifO dHEApET pipEI shall be greeted with imperial It is estimated that worth BET Jas A Mikrav to whip the perpetrators of the honors and you can hold your ganreal estate has changed 1000000Yester MlCHAIL BUCKLLY hand of James G Bkawnlk joke who kept very still about it sessions for one or two days ad day a largo road tcraper works from Published Pennsylvania a threshing machine works State oi Kentucky until Charlie regained his usual libitum from Vermont and ciovcr huller works WILL S HATS Coun Editor I N B Smith rvClerkFranklin County of The universal admiration of from Ohio contracted for ground for good nature of the their buildings Couit of the county aforesaid certify that long time however be- Â¬ these magnanimous people for unIt was a Contains tho news of the world the foregoing instrument ol writing wns on bounded and genuine hospitality Biuzil April 22 The city council Iiob up to date of publication Bead this day produced to me in said county fore he could hear the matter men- Â¬ needs no comment here granted tho oil and gas compnny exclusive privileges for fifteen years and boring fag Matter interesting and in Â¬ and acknowledged by II II WUbon J N tioned without his Irish rising Ample preparations will be made will begin soon Buford Hendrick W Miles structive to every home contri Â¬ Jno T J Buckley Jas A Muniy L Collins and James for your thrice welcome reception Huntington April 22 Drilling in well butions to Music Song Art G Bravvner to be and we modestly await your favor- Â¬ No 2 is progressing nicely and it is ex Â¬ Soienoe Agriculture and Com Â¬ of which is hereby their act nnd deed all The annual sale of Woodburn certified Given Under pected Trenton rock will be reached in a merce my hand this iCth day of April 1887 and took place able answer through the courteous few dayB thoroughbred yearlings N B SMITH editor of the Roundabout The total last By Jno Ed Gravks Cltrk on Tuesday Said Mr Maofield Wo are supplying Reliable Market Reports I am sir Deputy Clcik gas to twenty nine or thirty cities and amount of the sale was 28710 Your obedient servant towns in the United Stntes We have State ok Kentucky Hugh Tracv been engaged in the business for several for thirty eight head being an CoUNIY OF FKANKLIN J SCI SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE At some of the points the gas years I N B Smith Clerk of the County The fillies average of 75452 supply is furnished right in the cities or Court of the county aforesaid certify that Messrs Wakefield West and towns nnd at other places it is piped a out sold the colts by 10642 the Hake Your Homes Happy the foregoing articles incorporating day Frankfort Brick Company was on this Wakefield Rice bought on the considerable distance the alongest being average to the city of Buffalo distance of produced to me in said county certified as two last tides 10329 logs con- Â¬ eighty seven miles above for recoid and was acknowledged Attention is called to tho sad results of Sample Copies by Mike Buckley to be The Democratic Convention re- Â¬ taining 2464578 feet of all kinds hasty plumbing at Pittsburg when the gas List mailed free toand Premium Thereupon said articles his act nnd deed any address the foregoing and moved the State Central Com- Â¬ sizes and classes of lumber which boom struck that town a few yeurs ago this ceitificate have been truly recorded in Agents wanted everywhere Explosions resulting in death and destruc Given under my hand this 20th my office mittees headquarters to Lexing- Â¬ these reliable firms are ready to tion to much property were of freqneut Address day of April 1887 Naturpl gns being odorN B SMITH ton with Judge S G Sharp as cut to suit their numerous cus- occurrence a marked degree notnot detected Ipuisuille ommergal is iferous to C F C C By Jno Ed Graves by the sense of smell and the necessity of Chairman tomers D C Louisville Ky A2i4t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l 111 ft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ IMA Â¬ Â¬ Jk Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 6 I 11- tJK -- tJV A a j iiivVajfil ffViTtomtHMLf- j 4 - a 4jiafciWite skMifcUMv smmemmmmsm tt iJAuVM tujK0iUmmnm mmtKaf t ifciwiwmAwB j ai XXfik V tJMtfAi i r j ki f- --- kKT U - r Tyww - v - rr fg f r - ii i iiiiii J rwiirjp ill lj m iy7y Tn 7rV GRAVE iJ-Vpi- - TJ - PA Several delegates to the Repub The Baptist Church have com- Â¬ lican Convention from this county menced a series of meetings the arc said to have taken in the pastor Rev G F Bagby will be Derby or been taken in by it assisted by Rev H M Wharton they dont exactly know which yet D IX of Baltimore Md Dr Wharton comes here fresh Two young men engaged in a from a powerful revival in Shclby sparring match in South Frankfort Ville in which the whole commu- Â¬ Wednesday evening which renity was aroused and over one sulted in a front tooth being hundred persons professed conver- Â¬ knocked out for one and a dislosion and united with the different cated knuckle joint for the other churches io that place His repu- Â¬ The third trial of Tom Critten- Â¬ tation as an earnest eloquent and powerful preacher is of the first den for the killing of Rose Mos order Wc trust that his coming by is now in progress at Taylors here may result in great good ville Spencer county Later Crittendens case was Every one who attends these services Will be cordially welcomed given to the jury and he was ac- Â¬ Rev H A M Henderson D quitted on Thursday morning D of New York City will preach Rev Dr H A M Henderson Presbyterian Church of New York City has been in the at the First to morrow morning at 1 1 oclock city this week shaking hands with Rev Albert Bagby of Virginia his many old friends and renew- Â¬ brother of Rev G F Bagby of ing his acquaintance with the this city preached in the Baptist old town We are glad to note Chapel on Wednesday and Thurs- that he is looking well and prosper- Â¬ ing in his new home day nights Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RcllgiOuS Mr Nat F Richardson has re moved to his farm on the Louis- Â¬ ville pike two miles from the city and Mr Thomas Jordan has rent ed the cottage on the corner of Shelby and Campbell streets va- Â¬ cated by him Â¬ Dr Buckeys Man Bear This wonderful freak of nature is on exhibition in the room in Odd Fellows Building on St Clair street formerly occupied by Mr Thos Rodman jr and will remain only to day and all those wishing to see him should not fail to attend this afternoon or evening The price of admission is but ten cents The eyes are about half the natural size about as large as a silver quarter mouth very large jaws running down into the neck as do those of a bear teeth a complete absence of molars possessing only a few front teeth or snags which protrude from the jaws the forehead very low the hair is long black and shaggy and unusually thick the fore limbs possess six claws or fingers upon each hand which are webbed out to or beyond the second joint nails split in the middle and turn claw shape at the end the thumbs or great toes of the fore limbs are about twice the natural length possessing no joints the muscles of the fore limbs are developed underneath the arm instead of on top the lower limbs are formed as those of an animal besides there being no knee caps what ever the feet are almost entirely devoid of heels and he possesses an unusual degree of strength in hugging of crushing as does Bruin in attacking his objects of prey Â¬ MY For mo no gfcAt metropolis of tho dead Highways and byways squares and crescents of death But after I havo breathed my last sad breath Am comforted v 1th quiet I wlo said I weary of mens volcc3 and their tread Of clamoring bells nnd whirl of wheels that Lay mo beneath some plot of country grass Whero lowers may spring and birds sing over head Whereto ono coming somo fair cvo In spring Between tho dayfall and tho tender night Might pauso a while hh friend remembering And hear fow words breathed through tho fall Â¬ ing light Epokcn to hltn by the wind whispering Now he sleeps 1 jag who had so long to flght Philip Eourko JIarsten in April Lpplucotta pass Messrs Noel Jeffers are put- Â¬ ting in some handsome improve- Â¬ ments to their meat store on Main street in the shape of a new and improved cooler which will enable them to furnish at all times the freshest and nicest meats on the THE SUEZ SHIP CANAL market Marshal Wm White of Law passed through our city on Wednesday morning having in charge one John Edwards colored who killed Wm Lane some five years ago in Lawrence burg and has since been a fugitive renceburg from justice He was captured in Paris Texas where he has been living Sheriffs Notice Methodist Church To-morro- w being Childrens Day through out the Southern Methodist the morning service Church 1030 will be devoted to the chil- Â¬ dren the adult congregation is expected to be present Dr H A M Henderson will preach at the evening service 745 oclock I i 1 11 I S ty Mrs Bird a visit ashort time since Aldridge the President of the Miss Julia Wallace who has 618 Males Confederate Memorial Associa- been quite ill for some time has 565 Females after -- - 1178 tion recovered COIORED Major Hawkins is working for 479 The Kentucky Chautauqua As- Â¬ Males 477 Mr Young one of our most enFemales 956 sembly will hold its annual session terprising farmers at Lexington Kentucky comMr Mitchell Smith has opened 2134 Total mencing June 28 and including his black smith shop at this place Dr Sam E James delivered an July 8 We have received the and is doing all kinds of work in exceedingly interesting lecture preliminary announcement and if his line last Wednesday afternoon to the the programme is carried out it Mrs Tom Yount returned home teachers of the Public School will prove a rare treat to our liter- on Monday from a three weeks The subject of the discourse was ary and Sunday school workers visit to her daughter Mrs Jeff the purposes general plan and and there will no doubt be a large Lee of Owen Mr T R Currens and his ac The talk attendance hygiene of respiration complished daughter Miss Addie last Thursday morning on the Barretts Circus exhibited here have been visiting Mr and Mrs skin the teeth and the hair was on Tuesday according to adver- Â¬ W L Smith this week in the highest degree instructive tisement to large audiences after- Â¬ Mrs Dan Glanton and her and entertaining Dr James noon and evening and was much daughter Miss Katie and Miss takes great interest in the Public above the average show Jo Jo Lizzie Wallace visited Mr and School and is much pleased with the dog faced boy was just as ad- Â¬ Mrs Wm Pickett Tuesday the aptness and excellent deport Â¬ We would be glad to again hear ANOTHER LONG CONTROVERSY ENDED vertised and was indeed a great ment of the scholars from the spicy correspondent from The Supreme Court yesterday curiosity The ring performances Happy Valley but we hear he has decided the case of McAnich vs The lumber trade is about the were all very good and the acro- gone where the woodbine twineth Freeman from Bell county giv only business that is booming bats first class In fact Barretts Stock sold very low County ing the land to Col freeman straight along here just now is one of the best shows on the Court day one lot of 2 year old The land lies near Holland in Messrs Wakefield West have road and well worthy of liberal steers brought 1900 per head 10 Bell county and is valued at yearlings 8250 milch cows sold 5000 Again The Statesman orders now on file for about fifty patronage congratulates uol freeman on very cheap car loads and every mail brings his success May 1 Â¬ Jas Andrew Scott Esq candia prominent large additions to the orders so Jesse Duvall The case of Proctor vs Wilcox date for Representative wants his young business man of New that their mills are taxed to the from Bell county involving title friends to understand that he has Columbus paid our neighborhood We utmost to meet the demand to about 400 acres of land near not been invited by his competitor a flying visit this week Mose Holland and worth about 8000 rejoice to note the prosperity of Dr Duvall to attend his aonoint- - Rodgers says Jess is a good boy was affirmed in the Supreme these good men ments to address the people and For Sweet Potuto Plants call on L Court on Tuesday This decision Judge W L Pences new saw therefore will not hereafter be B Murshull or Win Wright 8o 3t settles the title to this land in Col D C Freeman of this city is present at any of them mill building in Bellepoint He will We have some beautiful embroided rapidly n earing completion and is as soon as court adjourns make Swiss ilounciugs Call and see them Our line of black silks in quality now ready for the machinery appointments of his own and pre and price can not be excelled in the 34 Sam D Johnson Co city We guarantee the wear of which will be first class in every sent his claims for the nomination I have opened my lee cream parlor every yard respect It is hoped before a He states that Dr Duvall has re- for the season and am now prepared 34 Co Sam D JoIinson great while that this mill will fused to divide time with him and to furnish the finest und purest ice commence work as it gives em- Â¬ has denied his right to speak at cream und sherbet at all times J Weitzel ployment to a number of the citi Â¬ the doctors appointments but he zens of our little neighbor and says that he will especially invite A large stock of shade hats at Sam D Soiinson Cos the times are so hard that it will the doctor to attend when he ad- Â¬ 34 bet- Â¬ dresses the people materially help to make things Chicago mend the most delightful ter over there drink for warm weather at J Weit- For Sale A house of four rooms NEATLY EXECUTED Dr W Seeder Dentist No 723 on Logan street lot 50 by 102 feet Is 2eljr8 Wost Jefferson street Louisville offered for sale at u bargain Apply Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R Ky mukos fine gold work a special Â¬ to L F Williams 330 Second street Rogers they are the best in the WHITE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We are indebted to Major Thos J Hutchison for the following statement of the number of chil dren in the city of Frankfort within the school age six to twenty years should Â¬ Â¬ The tax books for Franklin county are now in my hands and all persons are notified to come forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue law requires me to collect and pay over the revenue to the State before the first day of September next and all not paid by that time will have six per cent and costs added as a penalty J W Gaines Sheriff Frankfort Ky April 21 We are requested to announce 1887 33 that the annual decoration of the C W H Fincel handle the best graves of Confederate soldiers will 35 lt meat sausage c take place on Saturday May 28 Those desiring to furnish flowers Bloomingtoii and to assist in this sad duty Mr Gip Graham paid Mr John M call on R Mr George R Vallandingham for many years local editor of the Yeoman and reporter of the legislative proceedings in the Senate of Kentucky died at the residence of his father Dr A W Vallandingham on Lewis street at 5 oclock a m on yesterday aged about 50 years Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ How tho Truffle Along tho Waterway Is Managed Knorinous Tees The number of ships in tho canal at the samo timo is something very great Dec 8 last for example fifteen steamers cleared tho canal of which soven were outward bound Tho previous day nine ships cleared and the day beforo seven so that during tho 8th somo thirty ships were probably at ono timo in tho canal Sometimes thero aro as many as forty and all aro under tho control of tho French gentleman sitting at his de3k in an upper chamber at Terrcplcin Tho method of working is excessively simple Against tho wall at ono sido of tho room is a narrow shelf or platform along which runs a groove At intervals this trough or groovo has deep recesses and at two places these recesses aio of larger size This trough or groovo represents tho canal Tho recesses aro tho sidings Tho larger intervals aro tho Great Bitter lako and Lake Timsoh When a vessel about to enter tho canal at say tho Suez end a small toy boat or model threo or four inches long is chosen to represent her A group of theso model ships stands ready beside tho model canal eacli furnished with a flag About forty have tho English flag ten or n dozen tho French flag and so on with other nation- Â¬ alities As the steamer comes up and m her name is known it is written on paper We clip the following extracts and placed on tho toy boat Tho wholo from the Austin Texas Daily number of ships thus actually in the canal at any moment can bo seen at Statesman Col D C Freeman and as the telegraphic signals a gnco Â¬ givo nothe successful litigant in each case tice the toy boats aro moved along or placed in a siding or shown traversing mentioned is a former resident of ono of tho lakes at full speed Signals this county and a brother of Mr aro sent from tho offico to tho various gares prescribing tho siding at which C T Freeman of Woodford each ship must stop to let another meet His friends in this section and pass it The official who is on duty county keeps tho models moving as ho receives will be glad to hear of his success notice taking care when perhaps two ships going in opposite directions are in securjng these valuable lands both nearing tho same siding to givo sixteen years litigation timely warning to tho pilots in chargo by The supreme court yesterday means of the signal balls and flags at each made a final decision in the some- office station under his control from the and to direct which of what noted case of Gerald vs to lio up and which to proceed tho two is Freeman appealed from McLenBarring accidents the wholo arrange Â¬ nan county in favor of Freeman ment goes like clockwork the clerk can affirming the decision of the dis- read off in a moment tho namo tonnage nationality draught and situation trict boundaries of two tracts of of every steamer he canactualwhat pilot tell land near Waco Texas one sho has on board what is her breadth of owned by Judge G B Gerald of beam what rate sho is moving at and vVaco and the other by Col D overything else which has to bo known about her and ho is ablo without an C Freeman of this city Judge effort to govern all her movements to Gerald claiming that his tract in prescribe the place whero sho is to pass cluded that claimed by Colonel tho night and tho hour at which sho is to under Freeman The litigation began getdoes way in tho morning although ho not see her and in 1 87 1 and the land which was saw her in his life The probably neverÂ¬ fees which ves then worth but a few hundred sels pay for passing through tho canal dollars is now estimated at about aro often enormous Somo of tho large While the Statesman liners of tho Peninsular and Oriental or 12000 the Orient as much as 1800 wishes Judge Gerald no harm it in makingservice paytransit For every a single can but congratulate our fellow passenger half a napoleon or eight shil Â¬ citizen Colonel Freeman on his lings and fourpenco is charged Three fourths of tho sliips that go through tho good fortune April 27th canal aro English Saturday Review Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jr HORSE JACK specting stago snow as used in the Paris theatres Formerly tho head prop- Â¬ erty man of each theatro caused his sub Â¬ ordinates to manufacture it by cutting wliito paper into littlo bits but of late vears the papermakers havo supplied it in largo sacks and cut up fine by a mechan Â¬ ical chopper Tho snow thus prepared is so condensed that it has to be crumbled between tho fingers beforo it can bo used Of lato the theatres that aro illuminated by tho electrio light havo given up tho use of paper snow as tho particles as they descend aro attracted by the flame and might catch firo moreover under the intense white light it was scarcely visible and produced no ffect Various substi Â¬ tutes for paper have been tried Whale bono shavings did very well and were in Â¬ expensive costing only sixty cents a sack But tho best of all possiblo imitations of snow is found to be tho scraps and clip Â¬ pings of kid left over from cutting out gloves They float in the air descending with very realistic slowness and they cling visibly to tho garments of the actors These clippings aro furnished to the Grand Opera by several of the leading glovo houses of Paris and cost 2 a sack I lately heard somo curious facta reÂ¬ How Stago Snow Is Made Paris Letter CARDS SWkn 3Mt market 32 scarlatina poison can bo carried hun Â¬ dreds of miles without tho personal con Â¬ tact of individuals It retains its vitality for months nnd even years but can be destroyed by intense heat especially boiling or steam plenty of fresh air and by chlorine sulphurous acid etc Dogs and horses havo the disease and it probÂ¬ ably can bo conimujdcatod by them to man The individual cither inhales tho or swallows it Dr J M Keat- Eison Babyhood 1 - jC f JkfAiil kiLi i tjAj f- c- LJfeAjfe 3fefcl 4b JXijii V a HrWV lty7 fir7wir qrrTr riiT T- i- Tvnjy - f Tr - T n vc v w f1 4T 3if -- 5v ViJT W v t - S v IW r - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT said to be considerable of a hitch somewhere about the building of the Georgetown exten- Â¬ sion of the Versailles and Midway railroad and now is the time for our prjoplc to make the most of the opportunity and get things into shape to commence building the Frankfort Georgetown and Paris road LOOK OUT I Compare this with your purchase t There is NOTIGR NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle Garrett THATl bought from Mrs admin Â¬ Look Out We Are Coming we 1 istratrix of E Whltcsldes deceased his entire On account of an increase in our business hare removed our store from Ann St to vlr Furniture and Undertaking Main Street Next Door lo the Engine House Where we propose to keep as complete a stock in our line as any house in Kentucky We have secured the agencies for the best goods known to the trade viz BUSINESS And liavo sold one half Interest In my business to DipSPEFSlA W S DEHONEY And hereafter the 0LLIVER AND SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS AVERY MEIKE BRINLEY STEEL PLOWS We have also added to our stock stile of the Arm will be fe V The submission of the proposed by the county of subscription Fayette to the Kentucky Union Railroad was denied by the magis STATEN DEHONEY MCORMIC BINDERS REAPERS 8 MOWERS BUGGIES SURREYSROAL CARTS SADDLES AflD HAENESS And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes fc Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf JOS T STATEN tratcs of Fayette county by a RESTLESSNESS MVLTLIta i Li HP Great indignation vote of 9 to 5 aroused by this action and a was large meeting of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce was held to protest against it I fM Choic Coal KINDS STRICTLY VIOtTABIS FAMILY MEDICINE Cheap ffiS5IWBPiHBBHSfiB5iiMWslBBBIllw FIELD SEEDS A SPECIALTY Call and see us ijji AUSTIN unos ibimii AS ON CA PHILADELPHIA Price OH E Dollar M Uf HJ m DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full Weight Bottom Prices EV A horse was stolen from Mr A G Jeffcrs on the Versailles pike on Tuesday night and was found J isnoother Telephone connection No 36 ZBij clsilesr STILL AHEAD WITH THE GEO B MAC2XX1T FRANKFORT Y near Ducker Station Wednesday It is supposed to have afternoon been ridden to that neighborhood by some one returning from the circus At you value health perhaps life examine each package and be sure you get the Genuine See the rod Z Trade Mark and the full title on front of Wrapper and on the side the seal and signature of above fnc-Co as in the genuine simile Remember there Simmons Liver Regulator J II Zelllndi OR COLLINS DEALERS IN BRO Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in aHaHeVk9p If Will Iff Kentucky Central Railroad GENERAL Steel man ville Queens Oil i K H-- es iiv i BLUB GRASS ROUTE Crops generally looking fine Everybody planting corn Shortest and Ouickest route from Mr Case of Finley Ohio is CENTRAL KENTUCKY sojourning in our neighborhood TO AVU POINTS Old Mag Uncle Mat Carters grey mare has a fine King of EAST NORTH WEST ADO SOUTHWEST Elkhorn colt Many of our boys wanted to attend the Derby but could not FAST LINE BETWEEN raise the odds AND CINCINNATI Fishing is not good this spring LEXINGTON at Stedmans dam judging from the few that have been caught SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV ai 18S6 Miss Annie Thomson is visiting Mrs H G Mattern of Frankfort No 6 No 4 No la South Pound Ex Sun Daily Ex Sun this week Mrs South Trimble of Wood lve Covington 8 30 a m 8 25 p m a 00 p m 10 03 a m 9 35 p m 3 30 p m Falmoutii lake visited her mother at this 11 04 a m 10 24 p m Cynthiana 4 39 p m p place last Sunday Arr Paris it 40 a in 10 50 p m 5 15 p m p m 11 30 Lexington 6 10 p tz 30 m Mr McClery Allan talks of go- Â¬ Lve Paris n 50 a m 10 55 p m 5 20 p m 12 35 p m 11 25 p 605pm ing to Salida Col in a few days Arr Winchester 2 00 p m Richmond 7 15 p m p m 5 07 inncater with the view of locating b oc p m Stanford 2 00 p m Richmond Miss May Morgan returned Lve Uerea 3 20 p in Arr Livingston 5 45 p m home after an absence of three months visiting relatives in ColoNo 11 No 1 No 3 North Bound rado and Missouri The many friends of Jake Cox 8 00 a m will be glad to hear he has recov- lve Livingston Ilerea to 25 a in ered from the measles and will Arr Kichmnnd 11 45 a m n 20 a m start home shortly He is now in Lve Stanford Lancaster Slum Texas West n 00 a m Arr Richmond 1 30 p m 6 05 a m Richmond Any one wanting one or two Lve Winchester 2 45 p m 7 15 a m Arr Paris 3 20 p m 8 00 a m barrels of fine a No i vinegar Lve Lexington 245 pm 7 25 am 145pm can get same at a fair price by Pa is 330 pm 8 25 am 340 pm Cynthiana 359 pm 8 59 a m 417pm calling on the editor of the RoundFalmouth 4 47 p m 10 03 a m 5 18 p m Â¬ 111 111 HARDWARE and Building Material Paints Lime Cement Blacksmiths barman AND f- - Glass Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The ijHHRllfi I and Waeon Makers Material stock ST0VES BraBS Goods Goal Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices GRATES Hods Vases Â¬ Broadway aud Lewis Streets FRANKFORT Feb 24 tf KENTUCKY And at prices tjiat cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ iii9JllBHlifflll1iutiHuSBHPNflPH THORN HILL POULTRY L B JN0 7 BUCKLEY St Clair Street tAAHilAAAHfF iff II AT MARSHALL PROPRIETOR Â¬ R C Brown Leghorns S C White Leghorns Buff Cochins Black Javns W J B Spanish EGGS FOR SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST 100 Per setting of 13 Feb 12 2m Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer and Dealer in PTT MAJOR ATTORNEY AX LAW FRANKFORT KY and Grunt counties In the Court of Appeals und In the IederaKIourt PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone On en STEAM ENGINES BOILERS Â¬ Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blaoksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Eepairing Promptly Attended to AKent for Â¬ WK CROMWELL w Attorney-at-LaAND Â¬ about Arr Covington 600pm lujam No 51 Daily Ex Sun 735 a 645 pm Heal Estate Agent IN THE COURTS OF aud the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase aud sale of real estate collection of rents claims und the negotiation of loans Office opposite Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky CSSEND FOR PRICE LIST lESTO IOSTCE A3STID BOIICIEZEe TrOIKIESIS and -- iLTLAg Cornelius Cox caught four red foxes in steel traps the other night Several of them gnawed their legs off and got out much to the disgust of the chicken raisers Rachel Russell the fine Wood- Â¬ ford Abdallah mare property of Mr L L Cox foaled a bay filly colt May nth by Onward and our judgment is that it is the best colt ever foaled in this precinct What has become of the gas Some enterprising Yankee well will surprise your Frankfort comÂ¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington Pari Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Daily Ex Sun 2 00 p m 4 25P m WILL June PRACTICE H G MATTERNS CAPITAL 25 ly JAS A V10LETT Arr Arr Arr Arr 842 a 005 a 9 57 a o 35 a 8 15 1 520 p m 612 p m m 4SP m No 54 7 548pm JAS ANDREW SCOTT 7c6p SCOTT VI0LETT ART GALLERY IfeliBSnllKfl H H 342 MAIN STEEET Dully Ex Sun a m a m a in a m a m 910 a m 135 a m Daily Ex Sun Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington 633 725 747 815 i 55 1250P in 129 p m 2 23 p m 346P m 6 oop m FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN WILL and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Duvall Building lmmHmwTv2ktX1nMM PORTRAITS IN CRAYON AND ALSO Jan 22 tf 35Pm 6 top m DR J if tV V r thing pany if you dont keep an eye No 45 lcavs Lexington 800 p m arrive Paris We have got it and intend 842 p m Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Win open NOTE OPP chester to have the wells opened and dont nre daily Lexington and Cincinnati other trains OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMAN except Sunday Teeth extracted pain by the forget it connection is made at Winchester with use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas you Direct Chcsipeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Can any of the readers of thjs Cities W C MACKLIN paper inform its editor where he Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester L F COMPTON Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between can find a sorrel yearling colt with Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester MACKLIN He was traded and Washington D C Baggage Checked to any COMPTON deformed ears Through Tickets and M10PJUET0R3 here on the streets at the Febru- Â¬ destination reached by a railroad any ary county court Any one hav- Â¬ ni For lull particulars address or call on agent the company or S F B MORSE ing said colt can find a purchaser D A FEELEY Mills Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt by calling on the editor Lexington Ky Covington Ky HUNTINGTON Receiver DATE THE FULL- Sunday school was conducted H E Oeneral Offices Covington Ky at by Bro Griffith Stedman last Sunday Mount Pleasant AUD MANUFACTUBB Bro Burdin the Superintendent BOARDERS WANTED being absent attending the con- Â¬ DESIRING FIRST CLASS BOARD WILL Six of the best grades of the best Bro S ALL well to call at Mrs KreemanH No 422 vention at Louisville Flour made in the World Board or St Clair and table makes a good substitute for any Â¬ north per week streetboard 300 room and see vn Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol day Cull 400 Â¬ DEISTTIST S COLLINS PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Sizes at Seduced Price R ROGERS -- fVlflH9WSJflS7HKSraAW DEALER IN- - AmjMiiBiwiriiiiMB FURNITURE- COFF11TS COMPLETE LINE OF Elkhorn Roller -- Gents Furnishing Goods 4 cC In Stock and nil Kinds of Shirts Made to Order A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET BUILDING LOT FOfl SALE KY FRANKFORT Respectfully 84 2t Mub FREEMAN SISTER JtaffMjr Squaw All the latest style furniture constantly In stock feet Is offered for sale at a linnmin vn rms iinnlv lit thta oAIca Feb2C tf OOOD BUILDING LOT 50 BY 835 OR 840 X If- S pi mummtminmMmmmmmt i4 i