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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mjTr I I V - j r - - f -- r I TriTywy t fT - WTT- - wTj r JWIhflK r r t Wr The Frankfort Roundabout t- i R m Volume X H V- y itv QEOROEA LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAl m FRANKFORT KY MAY A AN BR INSPECTION LAUNDRY al 1887 Number 36 TE to SELECT FROM OBLIGATION TO INCURS NO BUY Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving i Our constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at th o Lowest Prices Agents TROY Dayton 0 An inspection is desired Wf Collars and Guffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed HUDSON HUMPHRIES the meeting which he has con- Â¬ sented to do The times are ripe for action and let there be action action ACTION all along the line It is marvelous what can be achieved when a people are deter- Â¬ mined to accomplish anything Mrs Rhoda Mcllvain daughter of the late Governor Thos P Metcalfe and sister of Col Lon Metcalfe and Mrs Keturah Mil ward died at her home in Nicholas county on Monday last aged sevenShe was a most esti- Â¬ ty-eight mable lady and had been a great sufferer having been confined to bed for fifty years the result of She imprudence at confinement was the mother of four children two by each husband having been twice married her first husband being a Mr Stofer who only lived a few years leaving her a widow with two children before she was 25 years of age CASSELL Nobody Doubts it in f I m Under the Lilacs Under the lilacs silver nU Krey Under the blossoms rink nnd sweet Under tho lilacs with blush of pink Dreamed fair Marguerite Under the lilacs In dense perfume Thoy kissed and vowed by the llowera above And tho sliver sickle was Cupids bow While their dream of life was love Under tho lines they stand nnd part Over their grave they dug It well The lilacs dlu and their petals fall Who shall come after who can tell 1 Installation of officers At the regular meeting of CanÂ¬ Â¬ draw his children from the school It - lbOO Park Avenue New York E L M Bristol o Written for the Indianapolis News Der Gas Craze Oasl gasl gas piil All dot man hobos for All dot ho has Is now devoted To poring for gas r i i i - - Like monks at der mass Der loafers are standing Und talking mlt gas Beep In at dor vlndow Und look all erboudt In der store round dor corner Dey cant keep It oudt Der gas vlll crawl In at every crack For vhoro dor Is vlud dot gas vlll como back Und all dot you hear olf Und all dot youre toldt Ish dot If we strike gas Twill be petter as goldt Far out mlt der country In elfery town Dot craze will knock Der electrlo light down But many dor corner vhore loafers abound Und many a blace vhere gas vus onco found Vlll ba silent und emptier don elter peforo Should dot gas well turn oudt to be only a bore -- M E Pnte Edlnburg April 20 Go down mlt der street corner Und listen von vhllo Der dalk dat yuu hear daro Vould make von dog shmlle KIoso crowded together r The alarm of fire on Sunday afternoon was occasioned by the accidental igniting of bed clothing at the residence of Mrs H Evans on Lewis street It was extinguished without any material dam- age Â¬ At the morning service at the Christian Church on Sunday the congregation instructed the Clerk of the Church by a unanimous vote to open correspondence with Rev George Darsie for the purpose of ascertaining whether he would accept a call to resume the charge of that Church at the expiOur ration of his year in Boston entire community would be deÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Bourbon county is tired of being coquetted with on the railroad questibn and is thoroughly arous- Â¬ ed and ready to co qperate with us in the building of the F G A mass meeting has P railroad been called to assemble in Paris today and Judge Lindsay the Pres- Â¬ ident of the railroad has been invited to be present and address Â¬ lighted should his answer prove favorable Capt David A Murphy form- Â¬ erly Superintendent of the Govern- Â¬ ment Building in this city and editor and publisher of the Dan- Â¬ ville Tribune has commenced the publication of a new Republican paper at Findlay Ohio bearing the name of the Findlay Tribune So far as is known this rule governs in every public graded ton Wildey No 6 which was school in the country and it is held on May 12th Past Combelieved that the experience of mander Geo W Reock installed more than half a century has the elective officers in their re- Â¬ shown it to be a good one and spective positions in grand style absolutely necessary to the suc- Â¬ All chevaliers present enjoyed the cess of the system ceremony though it is the first in- Â¬ stallation of its officers Canton Mr Albert Heinl and Miss Wildey has ever expgrienced as Gussie Klair of this city were it is a new branch of Odd Fellow- married at St Pauls Church in ship it being the highest degree Lexington at 6 oclock Wednes- Â¬ now in existence day morning by Rev Father Brossart Immediately after the The public school building and ceremony the happy young couple surroundings are looking very left on a bridal trip to Cincinnati handsome since the fences have and will return to this city this The school afternoon where they will take been whitewashed trustees are showing commendable rooms at Mr J Weitzel jrs zeal in doing all in their power to The many friends of the young The couple in this city extend their make the place attractive plank walk in front should be re- best wishes and congratulate as it has become constructed Albert on his good fortune in se Â¬ rather unsafe for children and curing so valuable a prize citizens who are compelled to travel that way If the Board of As usual the U S Attorney Councilmen will have a new walk has given orders that there shall made there the little folks and be no jury trials at the June term their parents will be grateful of the United States Court to be held in this city The flimsy ex- Â¬ The School Trustees are author Â¬ cuse put in is that the jury fund is ized by law to provide a course of exhausted but he overlooked the study for the public school and patent fact that the Covington the teachers are required to teach term was held and the jurors the several branches included in c received certificates for it The trustees alone have the their fees There should be some right to decide what shall or shall way in which these officers should not be taught in that institution be compeled to obey the law and Should a parent object to any par- not enact a farce every time this ticular study embraced in the court is held course he should apply to the Col Richard C Wintersmith trustees and ask to have his chil- Â¬ giving his reasons was appointed on Wednesday by dren excused If the trustees the President as Fraudulent Land therefor in writing His many old refuse to grant his request it is then Entry Agent in this city his former optional with him whether he will friends yield to the requirement or with home will rejoice to note this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ latka One of our young merchants given the following testimony One of my customers at the of fifteen had a severe attack of rl niatism His father had to lift about He was in bed for six we I sold him a dozen bottles of S S which entirely cured him I re S S S as very potent in rhei tism Yours truly 1 J H Jonxso A Little Dlemoranduu J 1 vm After I had rheumatism for years in my right hip I tried S It at once built up my health tho rheumatic pains were alh and finally disappeared entire regard it as the best possible t and it never fails to bring my sy up to the best condition when run down by sieknees or over v I have come to regard S S S necessary household medicine B Peaiu Gainesville Fla Jan 2j iSSi Treatise on Blood and Skin eases mailed free The Swift Specific Co Draw Atlanta Ga I i LHPTE CflHPEK SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTIC A GENERAL ASSORTMENT Or DEUGS MEDICINES OHEMI PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICL- PHtfSICIAMS m PRESCRIPTION Carefully compounded Patont Mo Pure Wines und Liquors for u purposes - fJPff V xmmmimmtmmMiitwALWuiitvrLr i 3 1 jT t 04 I V51 ujal tf VijftAjtij itJjKflU LTiLviyi-tiw-iiftiw iitfcV j i4l i i luiiJi j a i -- ammynM Jti ul j g tauta ir iTppT Vi 4 iUtfLlkritoUjl iVkY V FOR THE COMING WEEK WE ARE GOING TO OFFER GREAT BARGAINS i f - r OUR STOCK OFi Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods OIL CLOTHS AND RUGS m h su si 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 OP GOODS IN THE CITY Main Street The Banner Sign Personals Hon E H Taylor jr was in Lex Â¬ ington on Thursday M L Campbell is visiting Mr friends in Louisville Judge J Q Ward made a flying viU to Paris last week Will Coke fcwent to Louisville on Wednesday on business James Rodman jr went to Louis- Â¬ ville on Friday morning Mr D B Walcutt has gone to Columbus Ohio on a visit Rev W H Hampton and family are visiting relatives in this city Mfcs Fannie Crittenden of Beatty ville is visiting relatives in this city Mr and Mrs D McHenry went down to Louisville Friday morning Mrs J G Dudley has removed with her family to Louisville to re- Â¬ side Mrs W L Jett returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Rich Â¬ mond Judge W H Holt was in Mt Sterling on Monday to attend coun- Â¬ ty court Mr Geo B Mncklin went to Louisville on Wednesday last on business Mrs Alex T Todd and daughter were visiting friends in Louisville tins week Mrs W L McEwan of Wilming Â¬ ton Delaware is visiting her mother in this city Mrs John C Young mid daughter Mihft Eugenia are visiting relatives in this city Mrs Hawthorne Hill of Mays ville is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs N J Sawyier Col W II Newhall was a witness in the Patterson murder case going down on Wednesday Mrs Col Bennett H Young of Louisville is visiting at Mrs E L Samuels in this city Mr Harry Stanley of Lexington spent Monday and Tuesday in this city with his parents Mr R B George and wife of Ver Â¬ sailles came down to attend the II iter funeral oh Saturday Mrs Mary J Lewis left Thursday for a visit to Mrs J C Thornton and Mrs J B Lewis in Versailles Mrs Agnes H McClure left Thurs WEITZEL on a ODONNELL 14 ir r day for Hopkinsville on a visit to her daughter Mrs Walter Kelly M P Craig Esq of Salidu Col who has been visiting friends in this vicinity returned home on WednesÂ¬ day Mr Jno S Grant has accepted a position on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad and left for Cincinnati on Friday Col and Mrs Robt H Crittenden of Beattyville have been visiting Mrs F A Burnley on Maple Avenue Misses Mannie Powell Annie and Emily Thomas accompanied Mrs Darsie as far as Cincinnati on her re- Â¬ turn to Boston E SO rior Court was at the Capital Hotel visit to her husband this week Miss Mollie Berryman who has been on a vMt to her sister Mrs W H Posey returned to Versailles on Tuesday to attend the Carey White wedding Mr H A Heimiller of the Seller Carriage Company of Versailles where they make the boss buggies carriages c was in town on Wednesday Rev Dr G II Rout of Versailles conducted the funeral services at the Cemetery over the remains of Mrs D P Hiter who was a member of his church Esq Pat McDonald was sum Â¬ moned to Louisville on Wednesday Mrs George Darsie who has been in of Patterson visiting friends in this city for a as a witnessthe the case of Miss Jen- Â¬ murder accused of month past returned to her home in nie Bowman Boston on Wednesday Dr James G Hntcliltt 6f Queni Dr J W Gayle of Chapman mo Kanas arrived in this city on Gayle is attending the State Con- Â¬ Friday night last to attend the vention of Pharmacists w hich niet funeral of his sister-in-laMrs Sal in Louisville this week lie Harlan Hiter Mr Marshall J Allen and wife Rev J hvG Blayney and Dr W who have been on a Uriel visit to our II Averill left Monday afternoon to city returned to their home in New attend the session of the Presbyterian York City on Wednesday General Assembly of the United Win Johnson Esq who is distiller States at Omaha Mrs Mattie A Kelly and children for It Monarch in Daviess county came up Thursday lor a lew days who have been visiting relatives in tliis city lor several weeks left for visit to relatives and friends their home in Hopkinsville on Mr J S Moore city editor of the Thursday morning Danville Tribune made us a pleas- Â¬ Mr Hugh McKenzie of the Masonant call on Saturday last He was Jo has rented the resi Â¬ -Foard in our city visiting relatives on dence of Mrs J G Dudley Mrs Elizabeth Mncklin Miss Bet Wilkinson street and has moved his tie Macklin and Mrs Burb Black family to this city to reside burn were visiting Mrs Sarah Le Mrs Carrie Smith and daughter Compte South Side this week Miss Bessie of Louisville who have Mr Will Barrett of Louisville been visiting Mrs A B Lewis in who has been visiting relatives in this city left Tuesday morning for a this city this week returned to his visit to friends in Versailles home in Louisville on Thursday Mr David A Peters was elected a Gnadinger jr formerly policeman by the City Council Tues Â¬ Mr Jno till the vacancy occa Â¬ of Paris Ky but now of Nashville day evening to resignation of officer passed through this city on sioned by the Tenn John Stephens two months ago Thursday en route to Lexington W A Hill proprietor of Bourbon Mr Claude Buckley of Lexington Marble and Granite works at Paris was in the city on Monday and week a guest of the made us a short call renewing his was in Milescity this and contracted with R subscription to the Roundabout J Fogg for a fine granite monument Mrs Judge D T Edwards of for his lot in our cemetery Versailles who has been visiting Sir Knights V A Kaltenbrun J Miss Pauline Frazier Taylorton re- Â¬ W Pruett J M Saflell J R Stafturned home on Wednesday evening ford Russell SneedD M Woodson Hendrick Jas Judge James Harlan of Louis Â¬ J C Bradley J 13 Gray W S De A Murray F V ville attended the burial of hissister Â¬ Mrs D P Hiter on Saturday re- Â¬ honey and Geo A Lewis of Frank- Â¬ evening fort Commnndery No 4 left Tuesturning to Louisville that day afternoon for Danville to attend Mrs Sallie Webb Barbour wife of the meeting of the Grand Command Judge Joseph Barbour of the Supe ery of Kentucky Knights Templar w BENSON ICE Clan DAV A HAKES StStreet OLU SsTAM Second April S0 2m Pure Benson Ice delivered In nny portion of the city morning and evening street and W L J LVXXs South Side OHiUsMAlVls For sale at nil times at J 0 MASTIN G II MASTIN BROS -- mastin DEALERS IN- - Fanning implements S31 Main St Fielil seeds Buggies wagons VV HARD ARE 0 amoiiIh tor the Esapers Gelbted McCormickBarvestingMaeliine CorBindi WE Mwsrs KEEP IN STOCK OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Messrs J J Swigerts mare Violet won a race on Thursday last at Churchill Downs Louis- Â¬ ville Meal and flour of all kinds nwny under mill prices Give nio a trial order and be convinced W Wright 447 Main wt Sneads Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers Prices on nil implements guaranteed to bo ns low ns smua can bo bought anywhere LIME FOR SALE barrels lor sale at 70 cents ntr 20 pounds Cull ut the old Cotton Malory on Wllkliifrjn street Frankfort Ky Muy 21 lm WHEAT SKELD0N V TTrOOp BURNT LIME EITHER IN BULK OR New Coal Firm ESTAPLI8HED COAL HAVINO RECENTLY we are prepared toAfurnish Frankfort all kinds of coal on short notlcn at the lowest prices Olllco for the present at II R Williams grocery where orders nmj be lelt May 21 am MoDANIKL OAINliS JN West are Messrs Wakefield with orders that they so crowded are running one of their mills day and night No 1 apple vinegar at 21 cents per gallon at W Wrights Main street 3i 8t TZL A Ifcv Z A TAKE J HAVE CONCLUDED TOucRiiming JunoFEW xuoaruers ior me summer Isr limited number will llnd K M I u delightful place to spend the sninmer months Prices 100 per day or 500 per week Special prices for families Address R T P ALLEN Farmdale Ky The attention of contractors is called to the advertisement of Mason Dandridge Messrs Hoge in another column of this paper FOR RENT HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS AND ACOTTAOE on Washington between Broadway Clinton streets Is for rent at reasonable rates Inquire of May2i tf LOUIS WEITZEL SB w f it i r l - s V - JrSLiia W - VTTiU m utitm null 2- TSBsmsaBmmmmmBmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmmmKmm Hf f i LiMV -B- jjT-yjT- w wwr Eminent Commander Religious John S Lyle of Covington Oliartfllv mppfinrr spruiroE nf The Grand Commandery elected the Methodist Church to day at The Frankfort Board of Trade the following officers on Thursday a m and to morrow at a met at the Opera House on Thurs- evening after which it adjourned m and p m Dr W T 745 day and appointed Colonels John to meet in Maysvillc next year Poyntcr of Shelbyvillc will occuL Scott and Grant Grejn a comGrand Commander Henry G py the pulpit to morrow morning wait upon Judge Thomp- Sandifer Danville mittee to and evening son and ask him to call 4hc magisDeputy Grand Commander Rev Dr Bagby will preach in trates together at an early day to Horace January Maysville submit the railroad companys Generalissimo John G Mont- - the First Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning at oclock proposition for a subscription ofgomery Cvnthiana There will be no service at night Captain General W H Mef- 50 000 to the voters of Franklin owing to the absence of Dr The committee saw Judge fcrt Louisville county Thompson and in a few minutes Grand Prelate Jno W Pruett Blaney who is attending the General Assembly now in session at returned and reported to the Board Frankfort of Trade that Judge Thompson Senior Warden Chas H Fisk Omaha had agreed to have the magistrates Covington There is a deep and powerful meet next Saturday Junior Warden T J Flour work of grace being developed in been understood on all noy Paducah It has the meeting which is now in hands that the railroads proposiRobb progress at the Baptist Church Treasurer David I 1 1 The iaris Georgetown Frankfort Railroad 1 1 kIi H EMMfi SLICKER ThaFISTI BRAND 8LTCKERtg wnmintecl wafrpronf the hardest norm The new POMMFt SUCKER la rowa the mtlro addl Beware of Imitations Nona il marlt A Ill Jatratei Catalogue frco nranil Tie Best Waterproof Coat Jla Â¬ Â¬ f anl will j ou drjr In a rrftct rlrtlwc coat nrxl at niilna without the FUh kp J Tower Bonian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Many diseases especially those of the ner Â¬ vous system are the products of dally re Â¬ Business avoca Â¬ newed mental exhaustion tions often Involve an amount of mental went and tear very prejudicial to physical health and the professions ifurduouuly pursued are no less destructive loorain mm nerve iissuc It is one of tho most important attributes of Ilostctters Stomach Bitters that 1 compen Â¬ sates lor this undue loss of tissue and that it imparts now energy to thp brain and nerves Tho rapidity with which it renews weakened ltallty is re- Â¬ mental energy and physical markable and shows that its invigorating properties are of tho highest order Besides increasing vital staminu and counteracting the offectsof mental exhaustion this potential medicine cures and prevents fever and ague rheumatism chronio dyspepsia and consti- Â¬ pation kidney and uterine weakness and other complaints Physicians nlso commend it 03 a medicated stimulant and remedjr The Effects of Ilfcntal Exhaustion DR I KELLEY OHIO WILL BE AT THn OF CINCINNATI CAPITA HOTEL KY IN FRANKFORT SATURDAY MAY 7 1PS7 SATURDAY JUNE 4 187 SATURDAY JULY 2 1SS7 Dr Kelly makes u specialty of curing BLEEDIN BLIND mul ITCHING PILES By the Brlnkerholf Sstem mid a cure Is guar teed In eery case of Tiles Â¬ A tion will be so framed and worded is to provide in substance that no taxes shall be levied or collected and no bonds issued until the road is complete and in run- Â¬ ning order from Frankfort to Georgetown and that none of the money voted by the people shall ever be applied to the payment of any old debts or demands that may existon any account against the company and that the coun- Â¬ ties that vote the money to build the road shall remain the owners and controllers of the entire concern and that it shall never be sold or leased or encumbered with- Â¬ out the consent of the counties that furnish the money to build jt These safe guards must be so plainly inserted in the proposition that no open questions of doubt will exist and the effect will be the same as if the whole enterprise was started under a new charter with no old claims hanging over the company to embarrass its progress With such safe guards as these inserted in the call the magistrates should not hesitate to submit the proposition to the voters and the voters should not and we be- Â¬ lieve will not hesitate in voting the subscription and thus give Frankfort and Franklin county a boom such as she has never had before and in this new year of Frankforts second century she will yet step proudly forward and take the front rank in the inarch of progress Our people should act together as one man in this great enterprise like they did in celebrating their centennial fast October when by their united and enthusiastic action they challenged the admiration of Now for a the entire State strong pull a united pull altogether like the grand centennial movement and a similar success awaits the noble efforts of a united peoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Versailles Recorder Covington L D Croninger H Stone Standard Beare- rRichmond Warder C F Hill Louis- ville Captain of the Guard Robinson Maysville Eugene Thc lecture by Dr Sam E James last Tuesday afternoon to to the teachers of the public school on the Circulation of the Blood was one of the very best of the series Every important embraced in that topic was matter ably explained and clearly illustrated by drawings on the blackboard At the close many ques tions concerning the nicer points not made plain in the text books were asked by the teachers and answered by him in the most Last Thurssatisfactory manner day morning he gave to the pupils of the Higher Department an exceedingly interesting talk on the purpose sources and classes of food the general plan processes and hygiene of digestion and the general plan purposes organs Dr and hygiene of circulation is an accomplished physiJames Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that they buy only the Genuine Zeilin All are cordially invited to be to put onCo have used the precaution the fijont of each wrapper present their trade mark of a curved Z en twined around the mortar and on the side the signature of J II Zeilin k Attention G W Monroe Co Frauds should always be de Post No 44 G A R nounced and the true remedies only which position it holds in so many homes We do not know another preparation which can bring forward such endorsements from heads of families and thoe holding the highest official and social posi Â¬ tions Keep Simmons Liver Regula Â¬ tor in your house it will reduce your REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort doctors mil and insure tor your fam Â¬ RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort ilies health and happiness AVITHROW Lexington It seems strange but it is neverthe Â¬ J MKeller can be found at his Cincinnati Dr less true that the world contains every day of each week except FRIDAY and who will try to imitate coun L l w A 1 people Pamphlets describing these diseases and terfeit or substitute something else mode of vices for a genuine meritorious article dressing treatment sent free to any one b Services are held every morning even to the extent of making a spuri Â¬ ous KELLEY 31 and health W at io4 oclock and evening at and medicine risking lifeone to look it behooves every 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati Â¬ A large number have made profession of their faith in Christ and united with the church under the plain powerful and affectionate appeals of Dr Wharton so cordially backed up as he is by the prayers and sympathy of the Christian people of all denominations The large audience room of the church is packed with crowds of solemnly attentive and appreciative listeners who are charmed by the persuasive arguments of the preacher and no less so by the sweet notes of that sweet singer of Israel Rev A C William- Â¬ son who is assisting in the ser-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO KNIFE IS USED We call your attention to tho ad Â¬ NO LIGATURE IS USED vertisement of a remody which has stood tin- - test of more than a half LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCE- Grand Record m century with increasing popularity and is universally admitted to have no equal as a remedy for the cure of diseases originating in a disordered Liver j such as Dyspepsia Biliousness Constipation Headache Colic oU Simmons Liver regulator is simple and harmless purely vegetable and can be safely and advantageously used under any circumstances It acts mildly and effectually and is es Â¬ pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ cine - NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I FISTULA Is cured 11V AlSO 4 M FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing KECTAL ULCER The great bime of humanity Is cured If the tlent does not call too late This Is the grei secret enemv of mankind and a dlscas eof h little or nothing was known before the BR EUHOFF discoveries Jinny patients are trou with constipation or occasional attack of dlarr lame back headache dyspepsia itching lucre at night kidney and bladder troublo that are aware It h caused by ulceration In the lower bi It 13 now a well established fact that inim eases of tho stomach liver kidney liln womb and nervous system are either ruim aggravated by the coexistence of BILES FU LA FISSURE or RKCTAL ULCKR H I 745 - CONSULTATION FREE 2G Dec ly NEW PLACING MIL You are hereby notified to meet at your Hall on Monday May 30th 18S7 at 9 oclock a m to assist in decorating the graves of the Union soldiers in obedience to the orders of the Grand ComAll soldiers who wish mander to turn out with us are cordially cian and is doing much for the invited to be present youth of our city by teaching By order of Benjamin Fields and structure of them the nature Commander their bodies and how to take care of them Lee Sheets a brakeman on the The English Government has L S Railruad at the yard in refused to permit the Gate City this city was pretty badly mashed Guards of Atlanta Georgia to in his right arm on Thursday enter England on their proposed when attempting to uncouple two European tour unless they will freight cars one of which had the lay aside their arms and uniforms draw head broken and was chainwhereat ye valiant Gate Cityers ed up to the other Dr Phythian ace waxing very wroth and are dressed his wounds and he is doing raising their voices for wah sah well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ upheld 32 1 111 J M WA KEF First IE J Ex Gov A H Stephens Havingrecently added to his Establish Cousin Class Planing Mill 1 nil ple 540 The address of welcome was The Hermitage Distillery will made by Sir Knight Rev Green Attention is called to the adver- make the last mash of the season Clay Smith in a very neat speech tisement of Mr L Weitzel sr on Tuesday and will close down which was responded to by Right offering a cottage for rent on Saturday next Â¬ Danville The Grand Commanderv of o Knights Templar of Kentucky met Messrs LcCompte and Carpenin Annual Conclave at Danville on ter are first class gentlemen as well Wednesday morning last Repre- as first class druggists and the sentatives were present from people on the South Side all know twenty three commanderies The it and that accounts for their Grand Officers were present and doing such a good business report this grand order in a flourBest leaf lard 10 cents per pound ishing condition nice side meat 10 cents per pound and nn cxniDiuon arm was given hams 12 cents per pound at by DeMolay Commandery No W WltlCITS 30 at 12 of Louisville which was much m admired by all present Beginning to morrow a Sunday The Grand Commandery was train will run between this city very handsomely entertained by and Louisville leaving this city at Ryan Commandery No 17 of 730 a m and returning leaves Â¬ Â¬ Thursday was a festival occasion in the Catholic Church Bishop Maees of Covington was here and held service in the Church of the Good Shepherd afterwards confirming a class of about thirty five Â¬ C en R T P Allen proprietor of the Kentucky Military Institute advertises in our paper of to day for summer boarders at that far famed establishment Those Â¬ Â¬ wishing a comfortable home dur- Â¬ ing the hot weather can find just what they want and at reasonable rates at the K M I Alexandor H Stephens and havo been postal clerk on different railroads K J since 18G8 For ton years I have been n sufferer from n cancer on my face which ALSO grow worse until tho discharge of mntter became profuse and very offensive I be Scroll Work Stair Work Tui came thoroughly disgusted with blood purifiors and pronounced them humbugs Gotten out In the best style us I had tried many without relief MaylS tf Finally I was induced to u o B B B which was about the 1st of February nnd continued its use until tho latter part of April The offensive discharge decreased at once and the hardness around the can- WE HAVE THIS YEAR AN UNSURP cer disappeared It improved my gener stock of Fruit and al health and I rapidly gained llesh nnd ORNAMENTAL TREES Tho discharge gradually do strength creased and tho cancer became less and Grape Vines Asparagus and less in size until nothing remains except a scar to tell the talo of a once dangerous cancer All who have seen mo sinco I Send for general Nursery and Strunuerr liavo commenced tho uso ot B B B bear testimony of my groat improvement nnd losues We have no agents but sell at prices tho scar on my face shows that it cured the cancer I find that B B B comes squarely np to what it is recommended and I cannot say too much in praiso of H F HILLENMEYEE this wonderful medicine I linvo tried them all but B B B stands at tho top as n Feb 19 3m Lkxinotov blood purifier The above is copied from the Athens Ga Manner-- IPitcifian being tho volun tary language of Mr James A Greer which editor Gantt indorses Mr Greer is an honest upright citizen of Athens who had a bad cancer and hi3 numerous friends thought that he could not live long as tho cancor was gradually sapping tho foundation of hi3 constitu tion but now looks well and hearty Â¬ I nm first cousin of the late Is now prepared to furnish all kind TREES TREE Â¬ Â¬ Direct to the Plan J vi Â¬ Â¬ 2 Against Childrc FOR 18 Â¬ Gen U S Grant has been very ill at her home in New York City with diphtheria The crisis is passed now it is hoped and she is in a fair way to recover although very weak Mrs Several physicians havo pronounced my Rev Dr John M Worrall of disease blood poison caused by paint or paint but New York City but formerly of lead in the Summer I thoy could not euro me Last used eighteen bot Covington Ky has been elected tles 0 a largely advertised blood medi cine which did mo no more good than so President of Centre College at much water used Danville This will be good news I havo proud only two bottles of B B B to say that I havo received and nm to the many friends of that old and greater bonofit from them than from tho eighteen nnd am now rapidly recovering honored institution There is no question about tho superiori ty of B B B over all blood remoJies Â¬ Â¬ PITCHERS 3J 1 Augusta Ga W H Woody 215 Reynolds street April 21st 1880 Castors Centaur Liniment is the wonderful Pain Cnrey world hns over known -- Louisville at p m All who desiro full information about tho causo nnd euro of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcors Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with tho most wonderful and startling proof over boforo known BLOOD BALM CO Address Atlautu Ga For sale by W H AVERILL Apr 23 liu vy Mi Job Work neatly cuted at this onlce i VI pfttfgA mmmmi Wt l V Iw i fjnsimfimi a ii j3 is atijjtfitjgbjaKiftjjc llnMltm t II iaiJ fcv wriMt MMMMlWBati V v 1 StASAaWKAfeo zmv iiJhJbt iiifaArBftjbSMf ail 3j r - i Mmy EH55 yyPf4 WHITE HALL Clothing Shoes Hats T if n U Li FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT taining from the magistrates a subproposition we Entered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky mission of the ua second class mailable matter have no just reason to doubt A LEWIS GEORGE Whatever may be his individual Bciitoc ernca IFtablislier views on the measure we do not think there is a magistrate who FRAlvFORT MAY 21 1887 will deny the people an expression Tlie Dawn of a Better Day of their will in the matter Once more the light of progress sheds its bright beams on the in- Â¬ dustries of Franklin county Once again there is promise of compe titive markets for the farmer and cheap rates of transportation for the merchant and the manufactur-Â¬ er George- Â¬ The Frankfort Paris town Railroad is at last in the hands of its friends and it is not unreasonable to predict that with fair just and wise conduct and management its success is assured Turnpikes constructed by the beneficent liberality of the citizens of every precinct for the better interchange of products and the lifting of the farmer from the mire and the clay stretch their stony arms into every section of Â¬ Refused Notwithstanding a unanimous request by the Board of Trade and a unanimous affirmative report by the Fire Committee and a strong request of tax payers by petition the City Council by a vote of five to four refused to take the necessary steps to establish a fire alarm to better protect the property of the people of Frankfort This is to be greatly regretted The more so as the grounds of opposition do not lie in any testi mony to the wishes of the people There is no denial that a majority of the tax payers are in favor of a But against fire alarm telegraph will the judgment of the popular the Council is sternly need we We are say harshly interposed are members candid to say there of the Council who are not aggressively hostile to the measure Were they convinced that the people are in earnest about the matter we feel sure they would alter their position and give it an Â¬ Â¬ It uu A Franklin county and to these is now with the consent of the pop ular will to be added a new line of commerce a new avenue of trade a new outlet to the rich populous and progressive counties of Central Kentucky Better still the contribution of Franklin county is not to be a free gift It is not to be a donation of stock to a body of speculators Nor is it to await an indefinite return for solid aid Not a dollar will be given until there is something sure as a recompense There is no middle man to swallow the profits and leave the county to hold the bag But for every dollar given there is to be a railroad complete and every county that contributes to such complete road will not only own so much of the road as represents its respective contribution but will have a representative to protect its interests and enforce its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- - 5 K f i rights Franklin county now owns the charter the plans and profiles and the surveys and papers that denote the powers and property of the Paris Frankfort Georgetown Railroad A citizen is its Presicitizens are its Directors dent and The county that has never voted a dollar to railroad enterprise in its entire history is now asked to contribute 150000 in 30 year bonds to build the road one half to be due when the railroad is com- Â¬ plete to Georgetown the balance when it is complete to Paris No Each county road no bonds makes contribution will be that entitled to a Director in the road and when complete the road will be owned by the counties in pro- Â¬ portion to the amount contributed The plan is a straight forward There is business arrangement no gigantic construction company to swallow up the bonds pocket the profits and own the road when built But for every dollar invest- Â¬ ed there is to be a railroad built and when built the counties and parties who furnish the money will own the road It is expected that every man woman and child in Franklin county who loves its homes and its hills its independence and its progress its industries and its fu Â¬ ture will contribute heartily and unitedly to carry the subscription by an overwhelming majority The preliminary matter of ob Â¬ affirmative vote We ask every citizen who feels an interest in having his property surrounded by the safe guard of a fire alarm telegraph to so indicate to these Councilmen The expense is trifling The The fire alarm is benefit certain too important to be suffered to die at this time The vote on the fire alarm telegraph in the City Council was as follows Aye Mangnn Ferguson J Tobin and R Tobin No Taylor Church Watson Luscher and Posey If there is any spot in the corporate limits of Frankfort a spot that reports more than half the assessed value of all the tax- Â¬ able property of the city that needs a fire alarm telegraph it is South Frankfort This need ex Â¬ plains why the people of the South Side are solid for the proposition Lord Nelson just before the battle of Trafalgar used an expression which has become a pro- Â¬ England expects every verb viz Just so in man to do his duty this crisis in the affairs of our city we may well say Frankfort expects every man to do his dutS and to do his level best in the great and unspeakably important work of building the new railroad The time for indifference and lethargy has passed The vital importance of this work cannot be too often or too persistently urged People of Frankfort Your in- Â¬ Born and reared terests are ours in your midst your progress and prosperity are dear to us and we are unwilling to sit idly by and see opportunities slipping out of your grasp never to return and the ad- Â¬ and material wealth vantages which those advantages bring and which are justly yours diverted into other and opposing channels Why should other towns and villages feel the effects and reap the benefits of the boom which is sweeDine all over the new South and Frankfort be left out in the cold It must not and it shall not be if we can aid in arousing our oeople to see their interests and to act accordingly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The readers of the Louisville Twits in this city were more than disgusted at an article which WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A appeared in its issue of Monday evening in which a base and ghoulish assault is made upon the OF1 memory of President Garfield Like the hyena that is too cowardly to attack a live man it digs into the grave of the dead and howls with delight at the disgusting feast And prices wore novet bo low Buyers have the advantage in our house of seeing bo many goods before they buy and dont have to If all that it says were true how take the choice between one or two things much better the charity that n IitUo fell rVTTJTlVTir We 8how a11 ize8 Wo fit and shortest 4 yenrs would cover the dead with its man in old fit the biggest tallest 1 the country Prices from 200 to 2000 a suit mantle of love It may be and doubtless was IN SHOES We have all widths Stock fresh and clean true that Garfield had his weak IN HATS Anything and everything for men and boys nesses but we utterly fail to com- Â¬ Xj3L I prehend the venom that so con- Â¬ And we can cell lower than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy trols a man that it follows its STARKS ORUTOHER victim even into the grave Every one knows that the grand Main and noble men on both sides of the sad struggle of the past Lee Grant Jackson Logan Johnston and McPherson had each his pe- Â¬ culiar faults but who but a ghoul would remember anything now but the fact that they were the noble representatives oT American freemen who honestly fought for and advocated what they believed to be right Where is the much vaunted era of good feeling and what becomes DO of the Times boasted desire to for- Â¬ get the past with all its bitter We cant give yon that bat we will give you the best memories Oh shame where is in the city 300 Gents Shoe for thy blush ii 2 B0 If the editor was one half as u 200 tt it Ladies Kid Boot for 250 good a man as the one he slanders 4i tt it it 200 he would hide his head in shame for his meanness OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION MAMMOTH STOCK Â¬ c mrT rilljr Â¬ BOTJG HT FOE OSK Street YOU WANT THE EARTH 11 11 11 41 11 11 11 Judge Elijah C Phister a former Circuit Judge and member of Congress from the 9th District died at his home in Maysville on Sunday last in the 66th year Â¬ KATSI HATSI HATS A large stock and prices to suit the times of his age R K MCLURR MARK IKU Mar 17 1687 by Judge B A Thomson Mr Spencer Utlky to Mrs Martha A Wise On Thursday PHOTOGRAPHS If you want a finely finished photograph at BORN wife of I Davis In this city on Thursday May a son 19 1887 to the LJLECL In Louisville on Monday May 16 1887 Mrs K Dkhoney In the 68th vear of her age The deceased was the mother of Miss Lizzie tie honey formerly of this city now of Mrs K B Grabn klbQds a very low prhre ccme to gallery All work guaranteed to be done satisfactory in every respect Fannie 3LOOEZ --AJ3 OTTIK I I PEIOES EEDTJ0ED FRAME DWELLING AND STORE AND acre of ground situated on A one the Versailles turnpike road the north one mile Hide of foe lm OF s-A-i-i- E Dairies 75 cents a dozen Cabinets 800 a dozen Card 150 a dozen Panels 400 a dozen Boudoirs 500 a dozen LAEGEE WOEK PB0P0ETI0NATELY from Frankfort terms apply to May 21 Premises in good repair For WM CROMWELL Agent ELRODS GALLERY 384J Apl 23 FARM FOR SALE and all necessary outbuildings 200 acres of mud about one third In cultivation the rest set In grass 11 part of It Is heavily timbered A turnpike to Frankfort Is almost completed Ice bouse 12 ROOMS ELEGANT CISTERN ANN M RUSSELL Main street between Ann and Lewis streets lm P LIGHT E CLAASSEN May2Mf TO CONTRACTORS LIGHT 1 ft CLAASSEN noAL Steam Fitters IN- -- PROPOSALS WILL BE by the undersigned at the office of Chas E Hoje in Frankfort un lilSATURDAY MAY 28st 87 I2oclock noon for the building complete of a store house offices and Masonic Hall on the cor Â¬ ner of Main and St Clair streets Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of Chas J Clarke architect Louisville Ky and at the office of Chas E lloge Franktort Ky Right reserved to reject any and all bids Hogb Mason Dandridge SISALED Plumbers Gas DEALERS Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings No 227 Mar 12 Closets May 2iit c Contract Work Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed St Clair St Weitzel Blook SURRYS t HARNESS - - Frankfort Kentucky 4 wnajM fJnM IF1 OIK AT painted THE N EARLY OPPOSITEcarriage I runkiort Ky Apr lfl 4m STRES3T NO SIB LEWIS FARMERS I One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ FOR SALE dences in South Frankfort BANK wore repoired and J J QUIN 0 0 Sec F A full line of P D for sale by Weitzel ODonuell CAPITAL LODGE NObrothers Visiting April 6 MEETS EVERY MON J R 17 Williams tr cordially Invited JAS MURRAY N O HALL OFFERS FOR SALE I1B and lot 011 the coiner of Cross and The lot contains about two acres Is In good repal r There are apple peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell roses and a green house planted with roses and heated with Illtchlnga improved hot water apparatus W H DRhome nnd Main streets und the bouse reb 2My TERMSEASY Dn Apply to W II HALL i L t iWTOI9WWTWTr u i r f fvTjnrQw mw viy -- i - s - vnBB r vy VTifrlwy riywj 1vr IiaFJfr TT flT1l TfHPP T1 MARBLE IN AND MAWUFAOTUREll OF- - s WORKS PEOPEIETOB HEADSTONES Estimates furnished on npplica- FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 21 188fi TIME No 18 leaves No 22 leavoa No 20 leave No 24 arrives TABLrEv 1008 a in 5 03 tflUINfc EAST Frnnkfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort THAIN8 WEBT p m 947 p mi 800 p m 450 p m Trains No 23 And No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con beet at Anchorage for Shelby ville i n No 23 loaves Frankfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort 546 a m 815 a in liBB p rm - i - i mtMiw Seven prisoners were brought to the Penitentiary from the moun Â¬ tains on Wednesday evening Blue Lick Water fresh from the Springs on draught at LeCompte Carpenters m 3 Â¬ Â¬ The offices of Street Commissioner and Chief of the Fire Department have been consolidated by the City Council Superior Lnwn Mowers at the en Â¬ terprising Main street hardware house 30 of Gray Church - The Masonic Hall has been handsomely papered and painted and now presents an exceedingly inviting appearance - - Ice cold Soda Water flavored with pure fruit juices at the South Side Drug Store 36 We are glad to learn that the children of Gen Thomas H Tay lor of Louisville who have been very ill with scarlet fever are very much better Â¬ The celebrated Superior Lawn Mowers at rock bottom prices 86 Gray Church Co have completed their new saw mill on the site of the old W J Hughes Co mill and commenced saw- Â¬ ing on Friday of last week The celebrated Superior Lawn Mowers at rock bottom prices 36 Messrs P S Rule Gray Church Mr John Allen Hill father of Mr Hawthorne Hill of the Mays ville Republican died at his home in Marion Crittenden county on on Monday last aged about 70 years Paints oil glass and brushes at Gray Churchs 36 Â¬ Judge W L Pence has commenced to receive the machinery for his new Champion Saw mill in Bellepolnt and hopes soon to The Judge have his mill at work is a clever and enterprising citizen and deserves to succeed Paints oil glass and brushes at 36 Gray Churchs t Considerable excitement was The sidewalk on Second street between Conway and the Public created on Main street on Tues School Building is in bad repair day afternoon by a horse belong Â¬ Darnell ing to Messrs Mangan and needs attention at once running away It was being Superior Lavn Mowers at the en Â¬ terprising Main street hardware house driven to a brake wagon by a colored man The man succeeded 36 of Gray Church in keeping the horse in the middle The Odd Fellows are greatly of the street and let him run until improving the interior of their he got tired No damage was building by papering and painting done the entrance and Lodge rooms Ladies who wish to purchase a The O F C distillery made guaranteed silk dress in all shades the last mash of the season on as well as quality would do well Tuesday last and will close up to Â¬ to visit Mrs Sol Harris estab- Â¬ day having run just about thirty lishment as she will certainly days astonish you in low prices of black Halloran gros grain all silks from 75 cents Messrs Holmes were awarded the contract to fur- Â¬ to 175 per yard worth 35 per nish all the paper and stationery cent more every yard guaranteed This is no to be used by the State during or money refunded fiscal year they being empty boast but facts You will the next say how can she sell so much the lowest and best bidders cheaper than any other house beThe indignant citizens of Hen- Â¬ cause she has bought them at an hung Gov Knott derson Ky imported auction sale during her and Hon I A Spalding Rail- Â¬ visit in New York The dress road Commissioner in effigy on goods stock in her establishment is Saturday night of last week for complete from a canvas cloth for their action in respiting a murderer five cents a yard to an imported for thirty days plaid or serge trimmings to match Mr Russell W McRery of this You certainly must see the round city will be married on June 1st hats and bonnets and you will im- Â¬ to Miss Jean McMahon daughter agine you are at Mademe Princes Judge Martin McMahon of Day- Â¬ in New York as they are import- Â¬ ton Ohio The ceremony will ed and no copies It is well worth take place at that city after which the trouble to call and examine the young couple will return to the stock of Chantilla Medici this city to reside Torchon and Oval Laces also Hosiery and the endless amonnt of Three convicts one white and all kinds of Trimming as you will two colored employed on the be well paid in the profusion of Louisville Southern Railroad in fine goods and novelties Anderson county made a break for liberty Monday morning The Sheriffs Notice white man was shot and captured The tax books for Franklin but the negro men got into the county are now fn my hands and woods and were afterwards cap- Â¬ all persons are notified to come tured forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue Â¬ Wednesday was a long day belaw requires me to collect and pay ing 14 hours and 22 minutes in over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ length The sun rose at 445 and fore the first day of September set at 707 If a mans whole next and all not paid by that time time could be spent in doing good will have six per cent and costs for that many hours each day added as a penalty J W Gaines Sheiiff what a vast amount of work for Frankfort Ky April 21 the Master would be the result 1887 33 Gods grace alone could enable All grades of flour away below any man to do this mill prices at J Heeneys South 30 Little Lewis youngest son of Side P D in all styles for sale by the late Lewis Sneed while play 33 Weitzel ODonnell ing with a 41 calibre pistol Sun day night accidently shot himself Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn through the left hand the ball cut- Â¬ Mower the best in the world from 36 ting across the palm passing be- Â¬ Mastin Bros tween the third and little finger For Sale Cheap The lumber in and lodging under the skin of the store room on corner Second and back of the hand where it was cut Shelby streets South Frankfort Ap Â¬ 30 lt out It is thought the hand will ply to J H Heeney not be seriously injured Notice Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT DHALEIl BTOESiT S3 GKEjEIfcTasT ITALIAN MARBLE All kinds of stono work KRANITE MONUMENTS RUSTIC TABLETS tiou Correspondence solicited ANN promptly attended to 238 STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY April 2 3ra Our stock of millinery is very com- Â¬ The Heywood baby carriage the best made for sale at R Rogers 32 plete 34 Stylish work guaranteed Sam D Johnson Co m Try the celebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chap 34 tf man Gavles To the Ladies Lace curtains neatly laundried for 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also done up in the best style by The Heywood is the best baby car PRANK D BULL riage made For sale by R Rogers Agent Famous Dayton Laundry Â¬ We are now handling the cele- Â¬ a brated Wiecapee hose which we guarantee for one year It will last An immense stock of white goods for many years Call and give it a trial at C E Collins Bro 3t in plaids stripes and plain at Mrs Sol Harris Chas F Exum Esq has removed 35 his law and insurance office to west Elegant bath and carriage j side of St Clair street near Branch Utica Lime Just received car load at D L Halys 32 JJM For sponges try Chapman m Uayle Ask to see our stitched back kid panies 34 3t glove in all colors at 75 cents m 33 Our line of black silks in quality Weitzel ODonnell and price can not be excelled in the I have opened my ice cream parlor city We guarantee the wear of for the season and am now prepared every yard to furnish the finest and purest ice 34 Co Sam D JohNsoN cream and sherbet at all times Our splendid kid gloves are all war J Weitzel ranted and fit to the hand Imported Millinery in all shades 33 Weitzel ODonnell and styles at Mrs Sol Harris 35 Hats Hatsl fcats Bonnets Bonnets Bonnets We have a nice lot of country meat at Mrs Sol Harris which we are selling at the following 35 prices hams 12 cents shoulders 7 cents sides 10 cents For Sale A good second hand C E Collins piano for sale at a bargain Apply at Bro 2t 29 tf this office We have some beautiful embroided For Rent House with six rooms Call and see them Swiss flouncings and a kitchen stable on the premises D Johnson Co 34 Sam near City School Apply to Dr S For Sweet Potato Plants call on L E James 33 35 3t B Marshall or Win Wright For Rent A two story frame Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 residence with five rooms and cellar West Jefferson street Louisville on the corner of Logan and Campbell Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ streets Gas in the house and water 30 3m ty in the yard Apply to W C Hern received a don Just Utiea Lime car load at D L Halys Bank where he will continue to write policies on all insurable property at lowest rates and in first class com Â¬ jr 34 A large stock of shade hats at Sam D Soiinson Cos MATTERNS best Photographs of all sizes reduced to hall price Call and look at our beautiful aud cheap line of fans and parasols 33 When Baby wu tick in gava her Castor When she vu a Child she cried for Castor When she become Miss she clone to Caatoria Whan aha had Children aha gara than Castoria Weitzel ODonnell Syrup of Figs m R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ Syrup Co San Francisco age manufactured the Heywood nia Fig Natures Own True Cal is Laxa Â¬ 32 tive It is the most easily taken most pleasantly effective Utiea Lime Just received a and theknown to cleanse the system remedy car load at D L Halys when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure We have a full line of Thompson habitual constipation indigestion They are the etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 glove fitting corsets bottles by Chapman Gayle tf best Weitzel ODonnell Cuts Messrs Sam D Johnson Co have rented the room in Odd Fel- Â¬ lows Temple formerly occupied by Mr Thomas Rodman jr two doors below their present stand and will move in the first of June The change was made necessary by their rapidly increasing busi- up Messrs ness Â¬ We are requested by the merchants and business men of Main street to ask what is the reason the Main street sewer is not being constructed There is an urgent and pressing need for this work to be done quickly before the summer heat shall make it dangerous Numerous small sewers are wait ing to be put in and the parties are getting very impatient Hurry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Contractors Wednesday morning as Mr W the charming and accomplished daughter of Mrs M M White of Woodford county and Mr George H Carey of St Louis Mo were married at the Presbyterian Church in Versailles on Thursday Rev G H Rout D D performing the ceremony Mr Carey has won a prize that any man may well be proud of We tender our sincerest congratu lations to the young couple Â¬ Miss Mary S Macklin was driving in his sulky on Main street he stopped in front of Mastin Bros and his horse becoming restive reared sponges up and fell on his side overturning carriage toyle the sulky and wallowing in the Chapman mud until Mr Macklin and some The Celebrated Eureka Springs other gentlemen who were stand- Â¬ Soap for bath and toilet at Chapman ing by could free him from the Gayles tf No damage was done harness Get a Heywood baby carriage of R beyond giving the horse a dirty Rogers thoy are the best in the 32 coat market C 33 There will be an election held in Leestown district for three School the Ice cream sherbet soda water and Trustees on Saturday June 4 1887 Chicago mead the freshest and A F Crichton purest at J Weitzel jrs m Chairman Attest Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes Jas A Murray Sedj teeth without plates and gold crowns C W H Fineel will sell you a on roots a specialty No 723 West 35 tf nice sweet ham low Jefferson street Louisville Ky 30 3m For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ lows Temple now occupied by Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken Co Possession tucky River Mills hemp binder Sam D Johnson 36 given June 1st 1887 twine Apply to Place yotrr farms and town lots for E A Fellmer salo with Win P Scott He will Chn Corporate Commit fee advertise them thoroughly tf m Also an elevator for sale Apply as above Custom grinding every Wednes Â¬ day and Saturday at Jewel Mills For elegant bath and Meal exchanged when not running Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all SklnEruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Buoklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Rhuematlsm and Neural Â¬ gia Cured iu 2 Days tf try 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 2 DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ lief in chronic cases and eflect a speedy cure On receipt ofi 30 cents In two cent stamps we will send to any address 81 4t Milam McKee the prescription for this wonderful We have a large assortment of Brus compound which can be filial by your home druggist at small cost sel and Smyrna rugs which we will We take this means of giving our discovery to the public instead of put Â¬ sell under the general price ting it out as a patent medicine 33 Weitzel ODonnei bemg much less expensive We will gladly refund money if satisfaction Co will sell not Sam D Johnson given you ladles unbleached hosefull reguÂ¬ The Indiana Chemical Co lar made at 10j cents per pair Crawfordsville Ind l Meeting of the Frankfort Board of Trade Meld at tlie Council Cham ber on Monday Â¬ fas G Brawn er Ike Wingatc H H Watson E Power Eb May x6 1887 Judge Win Lindsay Chair hian of the committee appointed by the Board of Directors of the Frankfort Board of Trade to negotiate with the gentlemen who claimed to own all the rights and franchises- - of the Paris George Frankfort R R Co and town to ascertain upon what terms the people could obtain control of said road reported that after having Â¬ 1 1 If k had several conferences with W P D Bush F F Bush S F J Trabue Edi F Trabue and others who composed the direct ory rtnd claimed to own all the rights and franchises of said P G F R R Co the committee being satisfied and assured that said parties did own or control certain profiles and surveys which would be of value in the construe tion of said road determined to and did offer the said parties the sum of 12500 for said profiles rights and franchises said sum of of S12 oo to be paid out funds to be raised by said corporation and not out of any subscription that may be made by the county which proposition said parties accepted and have resigned from the directory and have transferred and turned over all the books surveys and franchises of said road to D W Lindsey J no T Bucklev E L Samuel J N V Wm McRery Miles R Lindsav and Frank Chinn who now compose the directory of said P G F R R Co and now hold the property and who franchises of saidroad for the use and benefit of the people of Frank Â¬ fort and Franklin county Judge Lindsay then stated that the plan of action proposed was to have the counties build the road by con- Â¬ tracting directly with the con- Â¬ go be tractors and have no tweens and as each county subscribes the county is to be admit- Â¬ ted to representation in the Board of Directory of said road Mr McDonald moved that the action of the committee be approved and the committee dis Â¬ charged which was adopted Mr McClure moved that the Board of Trade return thanks to the committee for the able and efficient manner in which they have performed their duty which was heartily indorsed by all those Â¬ Â¬ Gaines D L Ilaly Richard Milam Morris Capt Jno Meagher M P Gray Col E H Taylor Jr Dr E E Hume Geo L Payne Joe Robinson R D Armstrong J W Jenkins W H Murray Mr Payne moved that the hour of meeting be changed to eight summer oclock during the months adopted Mr Buckley moved that the meeting adjourn until next Mon Â¬ day at eight oclock adopted G A Sec advertisement of lime for that it will be kept up from year to year while a survivor of the sale remains to honor the memory of his departed comrades He earnestly desires the public press to call attention to this Order and lend its friendly aid in bringing it to the notice of Comrades in all parts of the country in time for simultaneous compliance therewith Commanders 3 Department will use every effort to make this Order effective By command of John A Logan Comma ndci in Chief N P CHIPMAN Adjutant Genet al By command of wrtr Â¬ FOR REPRESENTATIVE m The painting on the Catholic Church spire is about complete and the scaffolding is being taken down authorized to nniiounco C M HAWKINS 11s 11 candidate for Reprepcntutlvo of Franklin county subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo nre The repairs to the mitre sill of the lock at this place having been completed the boats arc now run Blue Â¬ FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo nro nuthorlzed to announce JAMES AN Â¬ DREW SCOTT as n candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to tho uctlonoftho Democratic party Grassoultry Yards ning regularly to our wharves r Three convicts made a break for liberty on the Louisville Southern Railway on Tuesday One was killed and the others recaptured We would advertisement Esq ageilt dwelling and call attention to the o Buff Ooohins J B Foot and M M Con Â¬ nor Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan dottes and W H Johnson Strains 150 per 15 At tho Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write for wants Address SHEEN Frankfort Ky J Grand Armv of the Republic GrNERAL Orders No ii National Headquarters I Lucius Fairchild Counnandcr-in- - of Wm Cromwell offering a desirable store room for sale Q RLESfHEHM Â¬ Madison Wis April 15 1SS7 Nineteen years ago the then Commander-in-Chie- f of the Grand Army of the Republic in General Orders set apart the 30th day of May and suggested that it be con- Â¬ secrated to the memory of the fallen soldiers of the Nation This being the first Memorial Day occurring since his death asks that the Commander-in-Chie- f the eloquent and appropriate words of General Grders No 11 1868 uttered by that illustrious soldier and beloved comrade John A Logan be again taken as inspiration and guidance for the 30th day of May 1887 Headquarters Grand Army of the Republic J General Orders No 11 Washington D C Mays 68 The 30th day of May 1S68 designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late re1 is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ present Mr McDonald moved that F the organization of the P G R R Co as reported by the which committee be approved was carried Judge Lindsay stated that it would be very difficult for the directors of this road to do any thing in this matter without the co operation of the people of the county and that the corporation must have the active assistance of the Board of Trade and that the Board of Trade must take the initiative in the matter of having the magistrates called together and in getting the Board of Magis trates to submit to the voters of the county a proposition to have the county subscribe stock in this road said proposition to be made as coming from the Board of Trade representing the people of the city and county and not from any corporation Mr Rodman moved that the Board of Trade appoint a committee to wait upon the County Judge and request him to call together the Board of Magistrates for the purpose of having them submit to the voters of the county a proposition for the county to subscribe F R R stock in the P G Co which was adopted and the following named gentlemen ap pointed such committee to wit J no W Rodman W L Col- Â¬ lins S R Smith W L Pence W H Lewis H Berry Col J Stoddard Johnston James Sower Dr Wallace R K McClure J P Starks Win Lutkemeir Jno W Gaines Wm Cromwell Mike Collins Thos Rodman Sr Grant iGreen S Luscher L Mangan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 bellion and whose bodies now lie village and hamlet churchyard in the land In this observance no form of ceremony is prescribed but posts and comrades will in their own way arrange such fitting services and testimonials of respect as circumstances may permit We are organized comrades as our Regulations tell us for the purpose among other things of preserving and strengthening those kind and fraternal feelings which have bound together the soldiers sailors and marines who united to suppress the late rebellion What can aid more to assure this result than cherishing tenderly the mem- Â¬ ory of our late heroic dead who made their breasts a barricade be tween our country and its foes Their soldier lives were the reveille of freedom to a race in chains and their death the tattoo of rebellious We should tyranny in arms guard their graves with sacred vig- Â¬ All that the consecrated ilance wealth and taste of the nation can add to their adornment and secur- Â¬ ity is but a fitting tribute to the memory of her slain defenders Let no wanton foot tread rudely on such hallowed grounds Let pleasant paths invite the coiring and going of reverent visitors and fond mourners Let no vandalism of avarice or neglect no ravages of time testify to the present or to the coming generations that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and undivided republic If other eyes grow dull and other hands slack and other hearts cold in the solemn trust ours shall keep it well as long as the light and warmth of life re main to us Let us then at the time appointed gather around their sacred remains and garland the passionless mounds above them with the choicest flowers of springtime let us raise above them the dear old flag they saved from dishonor let us in this solemn presence renew bur pledges to aid and assist those whom they have left among us as a sacred charge upon a nations gratitude the soldiers and sailors widow and orphan 2 It is the purpose of the Commander-in-Chie- f to inaugurate this observance with the hope in almost every city Â¬ Nursery Stock To solicit for our The Branch Penitentiary at Ed Hood Salaryorders Expcmes reliable Per or Commission and Address at manent employment guaranteed dyville is fast approaching comple- Â¬ once stating ago SNELL HOWLANDj Mirssryincn St louls Mo Pursuant to this order Albert tion and will have cost the State 9 Apl 2m G Bacon Post will on the 30th of the fine bolstein this month decorate the graves in the neighborhood of 600000 bull of our deceased comrades Every in the bot- Â¬ The main water pipe soldier who has been honorably tom of the river burst on Tuesday Aggie Jessies Motherland discharged is cordially invited to assist The ladies of Frankfort night last The great importance WILT BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM of and vicinity are solicited to furnish and indispensable necessity forthc lto7 ct mynumber on cons during the season of farm On en turnpike one mile from Frankfort flowers and help to make the oc pipe on the bridge is now again Agcie Jessies Netherland II F H B vol 1 No 607 comes from two of the best families of casion a fitting tribute to the demonstrated his race whose record botli for milk and butter Is as Kood as that of an breed ir family of cattle memory of our dead defenders of line sire formed and Is Little Monroe son of Gen and known He Is condition and wellfbr the season will be the The Odd Fellows Hall Hi excellent Ttrms place for the reception of flowers Mrs T H Taylor of Louisville due at time of tervicej SOOiiL li MARSHALL They should be sent in between died in that city of scarlet fever April 30 3111 ro a m and 2 p m on Friday last and was brought WHY NOT By order of Commander to this city and buried on Satur- Â¬ A B NORWOOD day morning V Berberich m F INEST Adjutant UOODS have pur- Â¬ The Bros Congleton Frankforts sons can always be chased the ground upon which the Zeigler saw mill counted upon to do the right thing old Hatchitt HE LATEST STYLES in the right way when anything stood and contemplate putting up like a fair chance is given them a new mill some time during the HE UHEAPEST 0TOCK Price paid 2500 The following extract shows what summer former Frankfort boys have done Messrs Nat I McDaniel and for one of her former citizens and Wm T Gaines have formed a Within shanklin UPOUNTY1 sons whom all delight to honor partnership and entered into the How proudly grateful Judge Har- Â¬ coal business WHY NOT BUY OF They are first lan must feel that God has blessed rate clever fellows and should him with such sons Here is the have a fair share of trade K E B GRAY Chief Adjutant General nmw Hi Â¬ extract In order to facilitate business The three boys of Justice John with their numerous customers M Harlan have presented that have gentleman with a comfortable the Mason Foard Company Home in Washington City Judge opened an office in the Duvall Harlan had become involved pecu- Building on St Clair street over niarily by endorsement for friends tlie store of Messrs Crutch before his appointment to the Su- er Co Â¬ Â¬ cCLURE ST CLAIIl STEET 4 WHY NOT 0R Â¬ preme Bench and his fortune was swept away by these endorse ments tie has three noDie boys who determined to prepare a home for the father and mother in Wash Â¬ and accordingly they ington bought a lot and erected a house for the Judge and his family as a token of their affection lor them it is a source of higher pleasure to be the father of such a lot ot boys than to own a dozen palaces in FOR SALE As assigneo of tlio CAPITAL BREWING COMPANY I will offer for sulo on Messrs Sam D Johnson Co had their second opening of bonnets millinery c on Wednes- Â¬ day last and the success of the day was very gratifying to them They are progressive and energetic young merchants and we are glad to note their success Â¬ tho premises nt 10 oclock a m on SATURDAY MAY 21st A LOT OF 1887 LIVE STOCK WAGONS G Washington The building of the Colored The ladies of the First Presby- Â¬ OFFICE FUBJTITURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Normal School was awarded by the Commissioners on Tuesday last to Messrs Cryer Minor Finnell of this city for 5765 being the lowest and best bid The work will commence at once and will be pushed rapidly forward until completed Every one who knows these gentlemen will agree with us when we say that the Saved His Life work will be honestly and faith Mr D I Wilcoxson of Horse Cave fully executed Ky says lie was lor many years budly afflicted with Phthisic also The City Council having declin- Â¬ Diabetes the pains werealmostunen durable and would sometimes almost ed to purchase a fire alarm system throw him into convulsions Jle tried our hopes of lowering the rates of Electric Bittern and got relief from first bottle and after taking six bottles WILL MAKE THE SEAfcOX OF 1887 AT MY insurance have gone where the was entirely cured and had gained in VrN farm two miles from Frankfort on the L It H at woodbine twincth We do not flesh eighteen pounds Says he pos 25 TO INSURE A MAEE IN T0AL nuvo uiuu believes no like to appear as kickers but we itively not been for wouki the relief mforded Money due us soonna tho faet Is ascertained or had it doubt the wisdom of our City by Electric Bitters Sold at fifty cents the mare parted with DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE u a bottle by job Jjcuompie Fathers in this matter BAYWOOD terian Church will give a Straw- Â¬ Tho terms will bo made known on dny of sale berry Festival on Tuesday next JOHN MEAGHER Assignee the 24th instant in the parlors Muy 14 2t These ladies of their church how to get up a good always know entertainment and should receive a liberal patronage The price of admission will be Regular supper of sub10 cents stantial 50 cents strawberries cake and ices 25 cents BAYW00D Â¬ Â¬ Wm Salyers the colored man who was arrested and charged with stealing a fishing reel from Dr W B Dawson waived an examina Â¬ tion and was committed to jail to await the action of the grand jury at the next term of the Circuit Court HORSEBACK CARDS mm NEATLY EXECUTEH axais OFnoB AT Is 11 beautiful bay 15 hands ami h Inches high with ti hue black maim aim iu i can show u 230 gait with only n few weeks la i His colts have already proven to be JliiK it only lino lookup but trotters He Is the ehe nl est horse ever stood In Franklin county BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 lua foaled 1881 Sired by Harold sire of stallion s Noontide 22014 etc 1 dum Nati liv Woodford MNiiiurlnM Utt slro of AMottarord 219i 2 dam Lucy by Hoys Woodford Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 2 15 vAi 8 dam by thorouKhbred Sin Queen 220 ported boverelKii 4 dam bred by tho late of in Alexander by fold St Lawrence i Hi W April 9 3ra L COLLINS i mmmmmm - - mmmmmmmmmmmm - wmnitmtmmwm rry - irn7 V 7 T nwcrrnn T T Ixt HV T 7J WnW- - 7 BJ if-- i iff I IP Ifv past He says to the people trust me I am honest and truthful l wish to bo indorsed und vindicated by tho people bending mo to tho Legislature Now tell me good people what public trust ho has ever held to require indorsement And what has he done that he should desiro vindication I ask for neither vindication nor indorsement my people have already trusted mo and have found no fault with my public course and I only ask to serve them in tho future us in the corporation Fiianktout Kit May 18 1887 Domoornt in overy inutanco but has not Editor Roundabout explained to tho people how ho cntno to Dkab Sin Thoro appeared in your pa make speeches and vote for Judge Hord per of Mny 1 Hi tlio following editorial when tho Judge himself was supporting notice of myself Capt Blackburn tho regular nominee Jas Androw Scott Eaq candidate for His sin was not in voting for the Judge Representative wants his friends to un but in deserting his party whon Judge derstand that ho has not been invited by J Hord had not asked it of him Jus competitor Dr Jjuvnll to attend lis BF Duvall appointments to address tho people and Ploaso append tho following therefore will not hereafter be present at any of them Ho will as soon as court Fbanki okt Ky April 26 1887 adjourns make appointments of his own Editor Arut and present his claims for tho nomination It has boon stated that Mr Jas A Scott He states that Dr Duvnll has rofused to mado speeches and yoted for Judge divide time with him and has denied his Hord for Congress agninst Capt Black right to speak at the doctors appoint burn who was tho regular Democratic ments but ho says that ho will especially nominee Did ho do this Let him an invito tho doctor to attend when he ad swer Democuat dresses tho pooplo In reply to this paragrnph I have this to say I have not invited Mr James Andrew Scott to attend my appointments but ho did so on two occasions My lirst A late waterspout fell at Sand appointment was at Puriington OCon riffle washing corn and soil into nells store Satuuluy April Oth On ar riving at tho store I found that Mr Scott the creek had gotten thoro before mo After wait Â¬ Mrs Harrod mother of the late ing some timo for mo to begin speaking he camo to me and asked it I would di William Harrod is slowly recov- Â¬ vide timo with him though wo hud been ering from the measles talking together for more than an hour before I said no you havo already been Thanks to Mr Hugh Burns making an active canvass you have seen postmaster at Harp for his untir- Â¬ my appointments for tho last ten days for the you have mot mo on tho streets of Frank ing zeal in soliciting tort daily you know whoro my residence Roundabout is and this is lato for you to ask for a Mr Ben Balf says Never in division of time If you had made this lequest at a proper time or before com my experience as a farmer have I ing here I would havo been too glad to seen such a rapid growth of vigorAs I do not con havo divided with you sider your couiso as just to me I decline to ous tobacco plants and rabid polihave u joint discussion with you on this oc ticians casion Butyoucando us you please here The nice rosy lips of our pretty after After Ihud made my speech ho got up and stated to the audience that I had de girls never once moved during the clined to divide time with him without giving them my leasons but remarked sermon and now our merchants tnat ho had the right to make his own up are down in the mouth because pomtments and ttiut he would make one the girls dont buy gum to use in then and went on to mnko his speech I church leave honorable people of all parties to draw their own conclusions He then Mrs John Penn on her return without asking as I think a gentleman from a visit to Sweet Home found should havo done to let him meet mo at Baileys Mill ireceded mo there I spoko her pet cat with a new family of to him talked with friends mado my kittens and a hen with her new speech when tho time came When I was living in ma- Â¬ through ho got up and spoke When ho family of chickens finished I said to him and to the crowd ternal amity in a half bushel meas- Â¬ that if Mr Scott by dogging me on my ure appointments thought he would bully or intimidato me he whs making n big misYou remember Mr James Harp Ho made no reply but on reach take offered a reward of 50 to the ing Frankfort told Judge Craddock that I made demonstrations to draw weapons chevalier who would brave an in Â¬ on him I did nothing ot the kind as terview with the ghost which had every one preieit knows I did not have long haunted his house His my hand near my person and if he made youngest son has just grabbed the such a statement it is false Ho also stated to the President of the ghost by the tail in the shape of a Natural Gas and Heating Company that I shy white cat in the garret and had denounced the company and pitched delusion which into corpoiations generally The truth now the is at Purrmgton tie taid tnat if tho peo threw the whole district into con- Â¬ ple would trust him as their representa vulsions happily ends forever tive ho would do all ho could against cor Â¬ porations and monopoly c notwith Our milkmaids are in serious standing the etlorts tnat were made by session holding council of war attorneys at our last Legislature in the who is one of interest of capitalists Allowing that he against Rattler is one of tho incorporators ot this gas the most consummate milk fiends company I intended my remarks to diaw in existence When Rattler enters a distinction between corporations and other capitalistic institutions whoso in a milk house and finds the covers corporator havo this advantage They difficult to remove without noise can put their stock on tho market and all he gently picks up the vessel and subscriptions am paid in cash and in the event tho company finds out the cor carries it out to some neutral poration is a failure then what property giound while the enemy is asleep if any of tho cojnpuny would be liaole to and where the empty vessels are tho subscribers wnen not a dollar ot indi Mr J W Rogers vidual property would be liable for tho often found companys debts and my opinion is that is monstrous proud of his pup no corporation should bo allowed to com The groceryman lay with his mence business until the capital stock is paid So you see ho has misrepresented breast on the counter with mouth this matter to Mr Ed P Bryan who is my from ear to ear while the author for stating that I denounced this spread Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Flag Fork Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pit-a-p- at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho tells tho peoplo that he was born a poor farmers son but I understand that when his fathor died at u good old age he was anything but n poor farmer In answer to this let mo say thoro is not a man eoty poorer than I and who has been truer to this moment to his birthright of pov in this county who was born I In conclusion I have this to say I will not meet him at his appointments I cannot seo how ho can have so little independence as to ask or expect such a thing after putting his card in the torm of an editorial not having manliness or courngo to state his grievances ogainst mo over his own signature but skulks behind tho cloak of the Roundabout and thus making Mr Lewis responsible for what it states I denied his right to speak at my ap pointments but hodid so when ho knew lull well that by aeYing in a proper man ner towards me all could havo been managed aright and I would havo been glad to havo met him at any time Ho now asks mo to meet him at his ap pointments If I was disposed to do so ho known full woll that putting oil theso appointments until this lato day makes it impossible for mo to leavo my practice A very heavy thunder storm so constantly and nt night Ho declares on all occasions that ho accompanied by a high wind viswill beat me badly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing calves Gentlemen said Judge D Bailey on taking the floor when political suckers once get a grip on the public teat they are apt to freeze to it for life Their grip is so tenacious that they feel like sucking the marrow out of the State and they will do it if you give them time Where is the road here I asked of a friendly African who was preparing to wade through the pool between two high walls yet eyeing his prisoner as she lay flapping on the rocks Right heah boss him not deep Do stars ever grate against the the tops of these high walls in passing I asked him over Gway chile great Lord Ise seed em frow de rocks into de aih and flop down into dis heah pool like a bull frog But what are you going to do with that old hen I asked again Why boss you see dat all my chillen hab de rheu Â¬ matics and de doctah say dat chicken soup will bust em all to I knows it will boss hell knows it will customers were strewn around on barrels and boxes At length their conversation turned on wean Â¬ Judge in tho race Ho made tho same declarations whon ho made tho laco against Judge Thomson for County Ho tells tho peoplo that ho is a true Â¬ ited our city on Tuesday evening at 7 oclock No serious damage resulted Citi- - Ross Lee died Monday night hung for murder hi Shelby county Was buriecf from Bethel Baptist committed one- clay after his es Â¬ Church Service was conducted cape Two more were pursued UV PEPIER POD by Rev M Madison and killed by the sheriff near Tuesday evening May 17th Lexington two years ago after To the Editoi and Many Readers 3 died Robert II Hockaday killing one of the deputies Then of the Roundabout infant son of Mr and Mrs Gip that dreadful murder in Louisville I come before you as proxy for son Hockaday age I year and 1 in which an ex convict took part G H B and we will tell you No it is not safe to bring convicts of something we have never seen month Married Mr Rodger Monday here The Wardens last report till we arrived in the beautiful city to Miss Elvira Moss on Wednes shows 1 50 escapes Page 8 bectween the hills We have seen men hung men day evening at the brides resi Â¬ Mr Milton Tracy and Mr James sent to the penitentiary men in dence by Rev G H Burks Tracy attended the funeral of their jail men whipped men on the sister Mrs Parmelc Quire at Fortes of Elkhorn streets breaking rock We have Sulphur Spring last Saturday Born to the wife of Mr Sam They were accompanied by Mrs seen women sent to prison have seen them shut up in the work Â¬ Mitchell on Friday night of last and Miss Ann Tracy house but never saw any city week a son Correspondents please select a disgraced with a woman sitting on Miss Mamie Gallihue is visiting name for your neighborhood ancl the public streets astraddle of a her grandmother Mrs Stone near stand by it Dont change rock pile with a chain on her leg White Sulphur Where is Shake Rag We all big enough to hold Jumbo Why Mr William Ireland and family like to see an old friend in a new is this Is it becduse the work- Â¬ house can not hold them or is it visited relatives in Scott county dress but would not like him so well if he got a new name because Frankfort desires to show last Wednesday In appropriating for the new to the world that she has no con- Â¬ Misses Jennie Macklin and Jcn scientious scruples in regard to rue Goddard of Georgetown Sem- turnpikes the Magistrates put in a inflicting city punishment as to inary spent last Saturday and proviso that convict labor was not to be used on them the sexes It looks bad enough to Sunday here at home Clark County Democrat see a woman in the work house Mrs Elizabeth Macklin and in the right di- Â¬ This is a breaking rock but it is a shame daughter Miss Bettie ol George- rection andstep and disgrace to see them sitting does honor to the astraddle a rock pile on the streets town are visiting Mrs Burb people of Clark who elected Blackburn near Woodlake officers that believe citizens are with a great big log chain on- their legs for bracelets Misses Lulie and Anna B belter than animals But some one may ask why are Cohorn and Mr Lee Jones at If there was any profit or ad- Â¬ our sons and daughters yes and tended services at Pleasant Ridge vantage in working convicts in competition with free labor would fathers so often arrested and car- Â¬ Church last Sunday morning ried before his honor Judge Miss Anna B Cohorn has re- not those counties who send most Sneed We answer first because turned to take charge of her convicts to the penitentiary de- Â¬ fair share of the profit fathers visit those drinking hells school at Stoney Creek Miss mand a The N Y Herald says and allow their children to do as Anna has a fine school there and Use Alaska for a penal colony they please Parents bring your we wish her success Send all the convicts in the States children up in the way that you Messrs H Stedman Bro there Correct as far as it goes would have them go or as the Lord has commanded you to do are making some improvements al bet it dont go far enough The There are 956 children of school their woolen mills by building an northern part should be reserved age in Frankfort and about 300 addition and some other changes for those who favor convict labor of them attend the Sunday schools which will enable them to turn out Those two merry prophets of belter work and more of it than 656 left to roam the street pilfer ever before Flag Fork who said men will and hang around places of vice We had the pleasure of attend- Â¬ be glad to work for board in 1888 and immorality Parents God will require you to ing services last Sunday at Pleas deserve a medal for their cheering Bro Peters prophecy as it places us all on an answer in the judgment for the ant Ridge Church way you allow children to roam preached one of his good old equality with Vanderbilt A T Thats about through the world in igno fashioned sermons from John 314 Stewart and J J Astor life long and at the close had one addition all they got for their rance idleness and vice We went home with Bro Witt work There is great interest being manifested in the State Normal and his fair daughter and there The ladies of the Ridge have School to be erected here in a met his good wife and several been expecting a Ladies Column few weeks or months The great friends and relatives of the family for months was promised question that should concern the We spent an hour in the afternoon them Why dont some of the colored people of Kentucky is at Bro Witts Mission Sunday ladies of the county write They Met several friends and what kind of men should be put at school know what is among them Bro J M Wake- the knowledge wanted they have the head of that institution Should and ability and the it be men who do not believe in field who cordially invited us to editor has kindly offered space the divinity of the Lord Jesus go home with him which invita- Please write and make the Ladies Christ andin whose hands the tion we accepted We attended Column the best in the paper youth of the State might be led off services at Frankfort at night and Unless a Ladies Column appears into scepticism or infidelity or listened to a fine discourse by next week Pea Ridge will attend men who are so immoral that the Bro H M Warton of Baltimore to it and make it an authority on girls who may attend the institu- Md text God is love all matters pertaining to society tion would not be safe in their fashion etiquette and dress from Pea Ridge hands We ask these questions the garden of Eden costume to first because one of the men who Bro Roberts preached here last the latest design from Paris Ky has applied for the principalship Sunday and will preach next Crochet lace embroidery wax Â¬ of said institute does not believe Sunday at 1 1 oclock same place work shell work and all the new in the divinity of the Lord Jesus c will Tracy is the champion fancy stitches designs Mr because traveler Joe the Ridge Christ and secondly be noticed and explained So having of another Wm J Simmons Presi- Â¬ visited nearly every village in the now ladies get out your yarns dent of the Baptist University at county during the last few weeks silk needles paints and satins is soon to be Louisville Ky and read in next weeks Rounda Â¬ The measles have left the Ridge bout what 1 know about fancy tried according to the Cincinnati Enquirer for the awful crime of and it is doubtful if they ever re work They never made one seducing some of the girls of his turn victim and our children fought schools We are confident that Speaking the Board will not knowingly ap- them to the bitter end Jas Andrew Scott candidate for tho point such men as they are Our Sunday school which was Democratic nomination for Representa They are anxious to put the very organized last Sunday week by tive will address the people at the follow best men at the head of the Nor Dr Williams is increasing in ing times and places Blooiniugton School mal School membership and made their re- Â¬ house Saturday night May 21st Pols Personals Rev R H C Mitch- port to the Kentucky Sunday groves Landing Tuesday night May 21th ell was called to Danville Ky by school Union Harp School houso Wednesday night telegram to see his brother who Delegates to the State Sunday May 25th Stoney Creok School house is dying He left on the 10 school Convention will be elected Thursday night May 2tSth Benson Friday oclock train Wednesday the iSth so that our friends both home and night May 27th Sheep Pen School house inst abroad will have the pleasure of Saturday night May 28th Speaking will Mrs Duncan of Lexington knowing that we shall hold our begin at 745 oclock My honorable op is visiting her sisters at this place place in the line with other schools ponent Dr B F Duvall is especially in vited to attoud Primary election Satur Â¬ Mrs Bettie Pettie and Miss Sally in the county day Juno 1th 1887 Willis Work is progressing on our new Prof D W Gulp a graduate turnpike at both ends Rumor of Biddle University and PrinceThe Best Method convicts was to be em- Â¬ ton Theological Seminary was in had it that Â¬ The most agreeable as well ns tho He visited ployed in grading isit was a mis- most elleetive method of dispelling our city this week Board composed of Our our school and spoke very highly take Headaches Colds and Fevers or think- - men who will never risk the lives cleansing tho system is by taking 11 nf ir While we dn not con- Â¬ few doses of the pleasant Caifornia Ihere is much chance for us to get of our families by bringing Their labor is not liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs him we think that he would fill victs here cheap if they work for nothing It acts gently yet effectively strength Â¬ the bill in every respect for a the organs on it because our men would have to eningregular habits which be acts so professor in our Normal School formed may that Â¬ The ladies social will meet at quit work lay in some ammuni- Manufactured only by the California Syrup Co San Francisco Miss Ellen McKees Saturday tion and stay home to guard their Fig sale in 50 cent and 1 bottles Cal For by families night Chapman Gayle 5 1m Harrison Lee son of Died Vonderhide was Ex convict A2110I1JJ Â¬ Â¬ -- the Colored m - Â¬ Â¬ If Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f n j iit rrrtfy V mnv- - SISJjCTtK PTIT MTiWlj r tryWvt- - tiWITrj7r t v 7ffFWtrfr ii WW V nt V r o 5 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT To the Old Line Democ- Â¬ racy of Franklin County Suddtitlas Springe We will pay our icspccts to the Snipesville dude in our next King David has had one or more chances to catch the measles If he should take them it would be an immense case en Bannon Suddurh puts on more style than anybody about here Why he is so grand that he keeps a man to do his cooking Geo Bryant has had his prem- Â¬ ises all painted which gives a cheerful appearance to the sur Â¬ roundings and looks mighty pret- Â¬ ty There is an advertisement in the Wakefield School house which ry We reproduce it in order that the girls may take notice Mrs Quire relict of the late Jas Quire died on Friday mornÂ¬ reads Burge Moore wants to mar Â¬ It v ing and was buried on Saturday Her funeral was conducted by Rev Mr Peters and was largely attended Kiser Bryant is running both the toll gate and an immense grocery on the St Johns turnpike Colored William is of the opinion that it is too much business for Kiser and suggests a divide Â¬ Believing that the people of NOTIFIED Franklin county desired the ser- Â¬ THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle Garrett THATl admin bought from Mrs vices of a man of talent in the istratrix Inof E Whltesldes deceased his entire Interest the Legislature I announced myself a candidate subjet to the action of Furniture and Undertaking the Democratic party But alasl I find that I was mistaken A man of my ability is not wanted though he is badly needed Having And have sold onc hnlf Interest In my business to found that the people dont want a good man when they find him I have concluded to let them go to And hereafter the style of the Arm will be the devil their own way and here by announce my withdrawal from DEHONEY the race In addition to the fact STATEN that I have no chance to win my And the business will be continued at the old stand Whltesldes Statcn No 21H St Clair street business arrangements are such as otMay 8 tt JOS T STATEN to preclude me from longer remain Â¬ ing a candidate Besides my Coal health is bad But I want it distinctly understood that the lack of votes is the principal reason I re Â¬ KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED fuse to serve the people as I hate ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full to deceive anybody The people Weight Bottom Prices will heartily regret their failure to Telephone connection No 36 elect me and will yet rise up and howl for me to lift them out of CEO B MACBXX1T the rut they have gotten into FRANKFORT K Y but fhey will howl in vain Dec8f NOTIGEI O Â¬ R CRUTCHER -- CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- - BUSINESS STAPLE - AND - FAtfCY - GROCERIES 131 St Glair Street Frankfort Ky Also make a speciality of W S DEHONEY DEERIKG TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS a WAGON BUGGIES t April 80 lm C Â¬ Choic Cheap STILL AHEAD WITH THE C M Hawkins Largest Stocfo Ever brought to this city in AND May 14 1887 Colored William has had hit name changed He is now known by the tender sobriquet of the dear while Ellicks the smasher has been changed to the bear Pretty names and pretty boys Gen O Bannon Sudduth has erected a very commodious storehouse at this famous watering place which will soon be filled with a large stock of staple and fancy dry goods and groceries with OBannons smiling face beThis will be a hind the counter grand resort for old maids and widows It gives a very few of us out here pleasure to see that there is Â¬ Â¬ now a fine prospect for another through our county R Francis Goins and myself are its EGGS FOB SALE AFTER MARCH 1ST only advocates but we hope to Louisville Tobacco Market 100 Per sotting of 13 It will FUttNJSHED BY QLOVEB have a few converts soon DUBBETT PBO Feb 12 2m be a grand affair when completed PEIETOB8 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- IIOUBE When we once get there all will T7 The sules on our market for the week just certainly will make be for it It is under con- closed amount to 223J hhds with retimes better while it ceipts for the same period of 2887 hhds ATTORNKY AT LAW struction Sales since January 1st amount to 45428 FRANKFORT KY SlFAX hhds R Â¬ Mr Wnv S Morrison of this DEALERS IN city and Mrs Fannie E Mc GENERAL Pherson of Louisville were married Sunday afternoon at 5 oclock at the residence of Mrs Noah Lloyd No 220 Clay street Louisville The wedding was strictly No cards The groom anil Building Material Paints Oil Glass private is well known in this city as the Lime Cement business manager and cashier of the News and is not only a gen- Â¬ Blacksmiths and Wason Makers Material tleman of fine personal appear- Â¬ Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new ance but universally popular The bride was a resident of this line ofatWall Paper and Decorations very lowest prices and Cor city several years ago and is a Broadway aud Lewis Streets lady of accomplishments and unusual beauty She is a daughter FRANKFORT KENTUCKY of the Reddish family Frankfort Feb- 24 tf Ky Both parties are well connected and theii lives will un- THORN HILL POULTRY doubtedly flow in parennial con- Â¬ geniality The News wishes the bride and groom bright skies and L B MARSHALL PROPRIETOR undisturbed enjoyment of connu It C Brown Leghorns S C White Leg ftut horns Buff Cochins Black Javns W F bial bliss Jeffcrsonvilie B Spanish News May 17 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0E COLLINS BR0 HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The LARGEST STOCK OF- - STOVES GRATES Vases am v a Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be dupli Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place - Â¬ Â¬ JN0 T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Â¬ Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Proprietor Manufacturer nnd Denier in Â¬ F MAJOR STEAM ENGINES BOILERS Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery W 4 Twenty one years ago John Flynn aged thirty five years shut himself up at home with a sister in Marquette Mrs Donahue Nine Mich and was forgotten ago Lawrence Donahue son years of Flynns sister disappeared Apparently some mystery was connected with the house which had been closed and the curtains down for years although occupied Last week by Mrs Donahue the City Marshal forced an en- Â¬ trance and found Flynn who had not been out for years and learned that Lawrence Donahue was hidden in the same house although he could not be found The man refused to divulge his hiding place The woman claimed the old man had been in the house twenty years and her son Law- Â¬ rence had not stepped outside the door for tyne years The old man fought desperately but was He was taken to the poor house No realooking object a pitiable given for the strange son was action of the two men and the Exchange woman Â¬ Our market has shown more activity this week on hurley tobacco than at any time during the year The advanco has been very material on all grades but the greatest advanco has been on medium to good flllery leaf The market seems to be on the verge of a litfle boom The following quotations fairly repre sent our market for New Burley 300 to 350 Dark Trash Colory Trash 350 to 500 Common Lugs not colory 500 to 600 Colory Lugs 500 to G50 Common Leaf not colory 500 to 700 700 to 1200 Good Leaf 1200 to 1475 Fine Leaf IT TILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS VV ot Ftdiiklln Carroll Gullutln Boone Owen and Grant counties la the Court of Appeals and la the Federal Court DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Agent for Â¬ Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lowis St Near the River Frankfort Ky I2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST EZfcTQ lbTE 0ILS TXTOISICIS BOIHiEZEB -- ana AbTD Heal Estate Agent IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties and special attention to the purchase will also give and sale of real estate collection of rents claims Ofllce opposite aud the negotiation of loans June 25 ly WILL PRACTICE H G MATTERNS CAPITAL JAS ANDREW SCOTT JA8 A VIOLETT SCOTT VIOLETT ABT GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN WILL andadjacentcountles OFFICE Up stairs In the Duvull Building PORTRAITS -- H r4 A CRAYON Jan 2Mf AND ALSO- - DR J PURELY VEGETABLE It act with extraordinary efficacy on the 1 TIVER KlDNEYSf - DENTIST OFFICE L F COMPTON S COLLINS PHOTOCRAPHS Of all Sizes at Beduced Frioe 1 IPiMW SJifr ILLLl v Wt ITWfci li i II frf I BCTTCTnfAiiaiiiggiorawjflra jmhil irfr and Dont Experiment Bowels FOR Teeth extracted without pain use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN the R ROGERS DEALER IN- i Ml A - AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC p r yl 4 Hi r rf s danger Consumption always seems at first only a cold Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Â¬ sumption Coughs and Colds but bo suroyou get this genuine Because he can make more profit he may tell you he has something just as good or just the same Dont be deceived but insist upon getting Dr Kings New Discovery which is guaranteed to give relief in all Throat Lung and Chest affections Trial bottles free at Jos LcGomptep Drug Store 0 Large Bottles 1 in You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lunjjs are Bowel Complaints Malaria Dyspepsia Sick Ileudache Constipation Biliousness Kidney Affections Jaundice Colic Mental Depression W C MACKLIN COMPTON MACKLI1T - IROPBIETOItS T COFFINS fiC A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN E COMPLETE LINE OF Elkhorn Roller Mills No Household Should be Without It and by being kept ready for Immediate use will suvo many an hour of suHerlnpr and many a dollar In tlmo and doctors bills THERE IS BUT j Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of roiaeb system AND MANUFACTURE HAVH THE FULL Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY 1 ONE SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR on JHZEILIN Philadelphia Pa See that you get the genuine with red Z Prepared only by front of wrapper CO Sole Proprietor Six of the best grades of trie best Flour made in the World Ofllce STREET FRANKFORT wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Squaw PRICE 9100 All the latest style furniture constantly In stock feet Is offered for side ut a bargain For terms upply at this office Feb26 tf A GOOD BUILDING LOT CO BY 835 OR M0