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If t n rfTie GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher Frankfort Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X i FRANKFORT KY MAY 28 1887 Number 37 A mmm mi AN to SELECT FROM OBLIGATION TO INSPECTION INCURS NO BUY Our Spring stock of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Furnishing Goods and Hats is now arriving Oiir constant aim is to keep the Finest and Best at the Lowest Prices An inspection is desired Agents TROY LAUNDRY v Dayton 0 Collars and Cuffs done up equal to new Work guaranteed HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELL Â¬ Dont fail to see the Special Train of Oars that will pass through to day loaded with -- in This train consists of twenty cars all lettered ple of their wonderful Binder by calling on their agents Also the Boss Grocerymen A singular and to us a disgust ing habit is getting greatly in And vogue in these latter days that is in nearly every obituary you see written about a man the writer after giving all due praise as a man all due credit for having lived an honest life will wind up his eulogy with the remark that1 life J B Frank Stigcrs one of the he was always a consistent Dem- Â¬ best known and most worthy citi- ocrat or Republican as the case zens of the Benson precinct died may be and never scratched a at his homo in this county on ticket as though that were the Sunday evening last after a pain Â¬ capstone and the nc phis ultia of ful illness of three weeks duration all Now friends if that is the only of neuralgia of the bowels aged Mr Stigcrs was hope of a mans being elected to about 57 years go in and sit down at the marÂ¬ a good man in word and deed his having been a member of the Mt riage feast of the Lamb If Zion Christian Church for many chances are very slim indeed He was always ready to your soul be not bathed in the years show his colors when called upon blood of Christ all the voting of and was found upon the right unscratched tickets will not avail side of all questions looking to Lets see if we cant let politics commun- alone for a while when we come the best interests of the to deal with the matters of eter- Â¬ ityTruly that community is bereft nity Mr Stigers was a member of We are glad to say that the Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M Steamer Grace Morris Capt Pres- Â¬ ahd was buried by the fraternity ton is dping a booming business on Monday last in the family Her officers artd this season burying ground He leaves a owners are all clever and reliable wife and three children to mourn gentlemen his loss Our friend Wm Bedford Esq Â¬ Mrs W G Mandlehr has com- of the Forks of Elkhorn has 1 menced the erection of a brick fine three year old filly which i residence upon her lot on Ann said to promise to be a phenomi street between Clinton and Mero nal trbtter How often of late has the hand of the angel of death come down in our midst and stricken the young the middle aged and the old And again to day we are called upon to chronicle the pass Â¬ ing away of another strong stal Â¬ wart man in the very prime of Â¬ DEERINGS BINDERSand AND MOWERSJcame through up grand style from Chicago You can see a sam fe O Ind R CRUTCHER CO Â¬ Letter from Indiana Indianapolis May 24 1S87 J Editor Roundabout Frankott Ky F Dear Sir As the P G R R proposition is about to be submitted to the county it is well to urge upon the citizens of the county as well as the city of Frankfort the importance of mak Â¬ ing this subscription The county can afford to give any railroad that will run through its center and give closer connection with Cin cinnati 200000 and get its Valmoney back in two years with only 4400 paraiso Ind population has three trunk lines Nickle Plate Ft Wayne and Grand Trunk and is about to subscribe 75000 to get a road to Joliet Illinois How is it that the counties and townships north of the Ohio river can afford to give such a bonus to railroads in the Because of hands of strangers the increase of the facilities for marketing their small produce such as eggs chickens butter and garden truck The great difference to be noticed in the value of these products between Indiana and Kentucky is forced upon me every day It is like eating gold to eat chickens in this country All are sold by the pound and the much abused old chickens cost from 45 to 65 cents each when dressed Spring chicks can never be had for less than 35 to 45 cents each With a railroad making a 3 hours connection with Cincinnati Franklin county would never sell another dozen chickens for 175 Her blackberries would never be Â¬ Â¬ come a food for jail birds or wither and waste on the bush These matters seem trifles light as air but it is that which makes the difference between Kentucky and the North Most certainly if these products are enhanced in the next twelve months 40 to 50 per cent and the demand greater than the supply it is only a ques tion of a few months before the farmer gets back his railroad tax no matter how big and in this instance he has the railroad in his own hands and his own property not in the ownership and control of a stranger I threw four years of my life away attempting to manufacture in Franklin county paid a freight tariff as high as 60 cents per hundred on some goods for a transportation of 65 miles Unless you invite competition you cannot get it This point can be illustrated by giving an incident before the Inter State law took effect Â¬ They are working to build up the county and thereby enable themselves and children to live and die in Franklin county The railroad policy of Kentucky drives away the brain muscle and vitality in her young men And may it not be so said again of Franklin county is the wish of every son now a stranger in a strange land Truly yours W R Watson Superior The celebrated Mowers at rock bottom prices 30 Gray CiiCRi ir Lawn LECOIUPTE BflBPEHTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND cents per hundred he got a special of 9 cents per hundred I went to the general freight agent and told him that we had a car load of stuff at that point and said I would not handle it unless he gave me some inducement He replied You have been giving me considerable freight and I will treat you right Make it 4 cents per hundred Could that ever have been accomplished if we had only one line for receiving or shipping our goods Is not the P G F railroad for the people of the people by the people These directors and officers have no private contracts to make or axes to grind Â¬ Â¬ A country millers tariff was 13 PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicinesl Pure Wines and Liquors for mo diciiiu purposes -- jrmxsimmmijMmm III --I in rjrm fnwMF fwjti Tfti Kf mvvtr wiw -- vt -- rR y wiwT vrryVYt VfWtjr vr i J I The attention of contractors is Personals called to the advertisement of the F L McCliPsnoy Esq of Parte building committee of the United hns been in the city this week Miss Cynthia Thomson of Duck Brothers of Friendship in this ers was in town Monday issue Mr Dudley Richardson is on a vis- Â¬ Hon J M Unthank has re it to his old home in Estill county Gen John MeLeod of the L fcN signed his place as Deputy RegisR R was in the city Wednesday ter of the Land office and Mr Mr Thomas Stark of Louisville Hal Corbett has been appointed was in the city Tuesday to the vacancy Mr Unthank Mr Willis Wayts w ho lias been at will return to the mountains to re- home from college sick returned to Georgetown on Tuesday side Mrs M L Campbell who has in Louisville has been W H Lewis turnedvisiting home in this city re Â¬ Messrs W J to her of Woodlake this county receiv- Â¬ Hon Cromwell Adair and family ed on Saturday from California are visiting the family of Mr Geo the celebrated stallion Shawmut F Berry South Side Hon J W Bryan Covington record 2ig4 and will farm him Democratic candidateof for Lieut during the next three years This Governor was in the city Monday fine trotter is quite an acquisition Mrs W W Culbertson of Ash Â¬ land is visiting her aunt Mrs G A to the stud of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Miss Emeline Evans returned Sal day from a pleasant visit to her sis Â¬ ter Mrs Walter Evans of Indianap Â¬ olis Ind Mrs Dr Stuart Robinson of Louis ville who has been visiting Mrs E L Samuel returned home on Satur Â¬ day Mr Mat Fahy has gone to Colum Â¬ bus Ohio to reside Mat Js a flrst class clever fellow and we regret his departure Mrs W C Herndon and son William have been visiting Mrs J 110 Morgan Soiith Broadway Lex Â¬ Â¬ NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt fr f ington fc m Four of the Roundabout force went fishing Monday at Stedmans dam on Elkhorn Lengthy says he caught a five pound basque but from the best information it is believed that a six inch kitten was the best the crowd could muster They left withon their return out bait and went to a doctors shop in the Forks to get some but judging from their ill luck it did not make the fish sick enough to bite Â¬ r 7 A Our Forks correspondent several weeks ago stated that a large hole had bioken through the bot- Â¬ tom of the fine large pond of Mr John C Noel at Woodlake and a large quanity of water had run out We are informed by Mr Noel that the hole was in the edge of the pond at low water maik that it was easily stopped and the pond is now full again This is one of tl e finest fish ponds in the county and we are glad to learn that it was not materially damaged Â¬ The building of the Frankfort Georgetown railroad will Paris necessitate the construction of a line to Lawrenceburg and to Louisville This line will go up Benson valley and thence diverge southward and westward The Benson and Bridgeport precincts will have a new line of railroad at their very doors and stations in both precincts Citizens of either precinct can step on the cars and reach Frankfort in a few moments and for less money than the cost of toll So he can have a short route to Louisville that will save him 12 to 15 miles travel and nearly one dollar in cost of passage each trip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C T U of Lexington has been meet- Â¬ ing at the Court house in that city It appears that the W rite 8 El- - for some time past The Liquor Dealers Protective Association of that city sent a protest to the County Judge against the use of the Court house by the W C T U on the ground that the Union was attempting to destroy the business of those who had been taxed heavily to build the CourtThe County Judge issued house an order stating that Wednesday night should be the last meeting to be held in the Court house by The Union then the Union formed themselves into a Prohibi- Â¬ tion Political Club advocating the election of the Prohibition State ticket and demanded that they be allowed the use of the Court house with just the same freedom that the Democratic and Republican parties are allowed it It is generally conceded that the Prohibs have kinder got the call on em in this game of bluff Â¬ Mr W Walker Stephens son of City Marshal J M Stephens is here on a visit to ids parents and we re Â¬ We often hear the Inmontntions of those who vtaited St Paul six years ago and gret to fay is on the sick list being failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger down with mumps and fever still will bo the vain regrets of those who have a little money now And f nil to invest Mr George Richardson of this it here because they have been so unfortunate ns not to see St Paul The country county returned Tuesday from Bir is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what n future mingham Alabama and Nashville it has before it Thore is no city in the Union with its size business and future Tennessee where lie has been spend Â¬ prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead Â¬ ing the past six months ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself Mr W M King of Mt Sterling Population Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining who has been on duty at the O F C Robertson in Rellepoint Business Property Acreage per acre Itcsldence distillery as Storekeeper returned Chicago 750000 0000 700 7000 Mr George Brown and wife of home on Saturday evening Suc Â¬ Buffalo 240000 3000 3C0 2000 Lexington are visiting relatives in cess to you Will Cleveland 227000 8500 500 1500 this city 105000 1500 200 8000 Mr J M Rice jr U S Gauger Milwaukee Mr M J Meagiier left Sunday who has been on duty at theO F C Detroit 2000 155000 800 3000 night for a trip to Washington Bal Â¬ distillery returned to his home at Minneapolis 140000 2000 800 3500 timore and other eastern cities 140000 1200 300 2000 Louisa Lawrence county on Satur- Â¬ St Paul Kansas City 105000 8500 800 5000 Hon Geo Denny sr of Lancas Â¬ day 800 90000 300 150 ter was in the city this week on busi Â¬ Capt Isaac T West left on Wed Â¬ Indianapolis Omaha 78000 1200 150 5000 ness 100 50000 nesday with parties who are deÂ¬ Toledo 1100 1000 Mrs V Berberich and daughter sirous of purchasing land in the Duluth 20000 1000 100 1500 have gone on a visit to her parents in mountains The Gaptain is agent Cincinnati Ohio for the sale of a large quantity of valu The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ Mrs Col Lyne Starling and daugh Â¬ able land tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and ter Miss Lollie of Greenville Miss Rev J S Kirtley the talented have a common corporation lino between them therein These cities which in I860 are visiting Mrs It P Pepper and able pastor of the Baptist Church had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly Mr Sidney Bush of Louisville in Versailles came down to attend nearer 150000 each and the tide of immigration is in faster than ever spent Sunday in this city visiting at the meeting at the Baptist Church onÂ¬ Considerably more than one third of the immigration pouringcountry finds a home of this Monday night returning home Tues his fathers day in the territory immediately tributary to Mtes Selina Barrett of Louisville Quite a number of young ladies and has been on a visit to Miss Todd Saf gentlemen from Lexington paid a fell flying visit to Misses Lizzieand Mag Â¬ Miss Haldeman who has been gie Downey this week at their governess at Col John L Scotts this home near this city Summer For Â¬ year returned home Saturday est Mrs George Buhr and her brother Rev Green Clay Smith came Mr Jos Monch of Louisville have down from Danville Monday night Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it been in the city this week to baptize his daughter and Mr and Mrs J B Hawkins Mrs Knox Brown of Gratz is vis-Â¬ who have united with the iting her brother H H Watson Church He returned homeBaptist again The Third Railroad Centre in United Esq O train that night on the C Mtes Lizzie Richardson of Irvine Mrs Tlimrinu FTnmnhrips rif TTtlcn Ky has returned home after a pleas- Â¬ New York has been visiting her The completion this year of the Minneapolis Bault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road wi give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will pa ant visit to friends in this city husbands parents Mr T a ium- - it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast nhrlpsnurl vifr in this eltv for sever Messrs Tom and Hart Bailey of Shelbyville were the guests of Mr al months left Thursday afternoon tnr Nvriinncp rpvv Ynrif nppomnii- John H Cassell on Sunday Itie Head of navigation on trie NississipiiL nied by Mrs Humphries sr who Mr Wm Cromwell returned Mon Â¬ will spend several months with day afternoon from a visit to Chicago friends in that city Illinois miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the The issue of the Graphic News of And only one hundred Law The rich country Col John L Sneed U S Gauger State Commerce May 14th contains illustrations of the Internew railroads are springing into existence all around is filling up more and more in the oth District was in the city and principal edifices and business houses larger fields for its already immense wholesalewith wonderful rapidity making still on Wednesday last trade Its great manufactures are in the city of Nashville and also Mr John Whitehead left this week portraits of a number of the more daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the for Kansas City to assist his son in prominent citizens Among the por- Â¬ contracting for housebuilding traits given is one of Will M Long Mrs James H Bowden of Russell a Frankfort boy and a nephew of PACKING ville is visiting her husband Judge F L MjChesney of this city Mr Long is the head of the firm of Long Bowden in this city Nash the largest real Franklin Col J P Starks and wife spent estate Arm in Nashville and the here than any its Sunday in Lexington the guest of News says has done much towards There are more millionaires the last fiveinyears city of twice makesize on thea Continent All the causes that have for St Paul great city operated to of Mr and Mrs H A Guthrie the prosperity of the city Paris are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis Mrs Hawthorne Hill who has Kentuckian- - Citizenm visiting her parents Dr and Mrs N authorized by The J Sawyier in this city returned to law to School Trustees are study for the provide a course of her home in Maysville Friday night public school and teachers are required SOON ONE Mrs Mary J Lewis returned Mon Â¬ to tench the several branches included in day morning from a short visit to it The trustees alone have the right to By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material Mrs J C Thornton and Mrs J B decide what shall or shall not be taughtÂ¬ in that institution Should a parent ob condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every Lewis in Versailles ject to any particular study embraced in proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that Mrs A B Hammond and little the course he should apply to the trustees the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and daughter Nannie are visiting Mr and ask to have his children excused giv Â¬ more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of good fortune it has his reasons Hs parents at Smithfleld this week ing trustees refusetherefor inhiswriting If all whosewith her institutions been to visit the city and in a measure become ac Â¬ request it quainted to grant the They will return home to morrow We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have is then optionul with him whether he will Judge Thos It Gordon a rising yield to the requirement or withdraw his either been sold out at a large profit in some cases young lawyer of Owenton paid us a children from the school Roundabout short call on Thursday The Judge Mr Editor we must beg leave was in town on legal business differ with you on the above Miss Ida Crockett of Bridgeport to city matter To deny to any patron and Miss Ruth Robinson of this left Wednesday morning for New of the public school who pays Albany Indiana to visit relatives heavily in taxes to support it the Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate judgment Rev GeoO Barnesand family have right to omit any branch of study here is sure to net the owner from returned from Mississippi and are from his childs education1 is to now in Georgetown where Mr impose a burden rather than a AXT2TT7M Barnes is holding a meeting blessing The parent is the best Miss Sallie Bourne of Monterey judge of his childs health and neODIN G CLAY ROBT B FRANKLIN who has been visiting her cousins the Misses Sanders left Monday for cessities and it is unrsasonable to Midway to visit Mrs H H Owsley suppose that any parent will deny Â¬ Mr Walter Cox of Indianapolis to his child all educational advanInd is visiting his fathers family in tages not precluded upon sound Bellepoint and shaking hands with and satisfactory grounds There his many old friends isnt a college in the land so far Mrs Judge W P D Bush return- Â¬ as we know at which a parent can ed home on Monday night fiom n not enter his child ior any branch GLOBE BUILDING months visit to friends in Hardin Â¬ Â¬ ST PAULS imiTIEHSE TlBADE the son-in-la- w States lit STOHID P BE INDUSTRIES w I ii WILL IMMENSE CITY H I Tfiree mm Per Ceni Per Annum 26 TO 100 FEU CENT FEB Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS ZF-A-TT- county Mis Breck of Richmond who has been visiting Mrs H H Watson has gone to Spring Station to visit her sister Mrs Lucas Broadhead Mrs Mary T Runyan left Wednes Â¬ day evening for New London New Hampshire to visit her brother and sister She will be absent for a year Mrs Elizabeth Ayres and son Mr John Ayres of Woodford county are visiting Mr W T Runyan near of study he pleases The pupil cannot graduate unless he studies the regular course but he is not shut out of college for all that We do not think it desirable to REFERENCES BY PERMISSION have Jesuitic methods in the National Bank of Virginia It Farmers Bank of Kentucky Frankfort Public School State Bank of Virginia should be conducted on the broad- Deposit Bank of Frankfort Planters National Bank Branch Bank of Kentucky est principles for the good of the Richmond Va Frankfort Ky many and consistent with the The Bank of Minnesota most efficient system of discipline SO H MINNESOTA Â¬ this city and management Patron may28 ly Paul Minn r tvtmhmhAI jU U i fJUtt JMj ui Vta ft 4 i ihfcinti t Aj Li JJkJ - il n n i jn s fa Religious turnpikes is not a stock invests The Bps svnjUto ment upon which the county can The ordinance of baptism was To day the magistrates of Frank realize a direct profit KWaterproofCogt We adriinistered to eight persons at consider lin county assemble to 1SH Btttf Mane honestly believe every share of the Baptist Church on Monday Knn Rdinlno unl nnntwmffiTnnrmnnpvnnnnnmomifiberrnit Thn FISH TillAXD RLIOKHf the question of submitting to the ttuiprtl Mill tho above inuoiuieiy stock in the proposed railroad will night effr ana irtni TKuur iiimi v kcii m ury mu n inivt runut Arkfor UaKISH IlllAND BLicKKitniiil Inko no other If jour Morokccperitoc There arc quite a large people the proposition to vote a genii fnr clorritmve r itwliKTim to A J TinVrit2iBlnimnliM jmvrni Innt hm o tlin riil wuwn be worth dollar for dollar 225 number of others yet to be bapsubscription to the capital stock of A few years ago the fence in tized the Frankfort Paris Georgetown Trouble Ahead Ernpsons Famous Fruit Tablets Our whole community seems to at Waggoners Market street grocer When the appetite falls and sleep grows railroad There is no responsibili front of the public school lot was restless and unrefroshlng there Is trouble 37 ty to day upon the magistrates to moved back six or seven feet and be stirred and aroused to think of ahead The digestlvo organs when healthy crave food the nervous system when vigor the ground surrendered to the city religious matters by the meetings vote this subscription will be a conjunction of There ous and tranquil gives its possessor no un It is under- conducted by Dr Wharton toulc to easiness at The meeting is not for that pur- for public purposes the planets Venus and Saturn on should not benight Aappetizer be effective nor are tho a mere God grant that still larger bless- Monday which will not be visible nerves to he strengthened and soothed by the The magistrates will con- stood that this was done upon conpose unaided action ot a sedative or a naicotlc medicine which invig What sider simply whether the people dition that the city would construct ings may be poured out upon our to the naked eve but the western orates Is required Is aand promotes assimila the stomach which means tion of food by tho will be permitted to express their and keep in repair a good sidewalk people sky is expected to present an the nervous system system by other parts of ns well as strengthened the physical organism are The school house and will on the matter It is in that there We are rejoiced to be able to unusually lovely appearance toThese are the eflects of Hostctters Stomach Is Bitters a medicine whoso reputation and everything pertaining state that the two General Assem- morrow and Monday evenings sense a test of the preeminent grounds and founded firmly In publlo confidence tonic which physicians commend lor its right of popular government to them belong in common to the blies of the Presbyterian Church It is used and other properties Only four days more and the hand with the best results In lever and ague rheu individual people of Frankfort and there- have appointed conference com- some Silver Set and Sewing Machine Whatever may be the mutism kidney and uterino weakness and views of any magistrate he is not fore her citizens are all alike inter- mittees to make arrangements for will be given away Call and see ether maladies Meal and flour of all kinds away concluded or bound by his vote to ested in whatever may contribute the reunion of the two bodies them June 1st is the day under mill prices Give mo a trial 37 A II Waggoner day except so far as it may deny to the convenience comfort and We are enabled to make this anorder and be convinced The simple safety of the children and others nouncement by reason of a disa peoples right Chronic Rheumatism W Wkigiit 417 Main st Cured question is when a very respecta- who must pass that way The old patch received by Mr E L ble body of citizens petition the sidewalk is worn out and no long- Samuel from Dr Blayney at Swifts Specific cured me of chronic A Grand Record Certainly no rheumatism which had troubled me magistrates under sanction of er entirely safe May God greatly bless for fifteen years I had taken every Omaha We call your attention to the ad law to submit to the people member of the Board of Council this reunion kind of medicine nearly that is ad vertisement of 0 remedy which has men would have a child or any vertised for rheumatism hut none stood the test of more than a half whether they are willing to engage The revival services at the Bap- did me near so much good as S S S century with increasing popularity in a definite enterprise will the one else injured there for many tist Church continue with increas- Last spring I took about half dozen and is universally admitted to have large bottles and from that day I no equal as a remedy for the cure of magistrates allow the people to de- times the cost of a new sidewalk ing interest and power The have not been troubled with rheuma diseases originating in a disordered termine the matter for themselves A rich treat it was for the pu- large audience room is packed tism My appetite was improved by Liver such as Dyspepsia Blllousnes your medicine and mv digestion Constipation Headache Colic etc is pils of the higher department of If the deople want the railroad with a deeply solemn and interest- strengthened S S S is one ot the Simmons Liver regulator is simple there any good reason why they the public school last Thursday and harmless purely vegetable and medicines in the world ed audience every service many best blood can be safely and advantageously Yours gratefully T Batts J should not be permitted to say so morning Respiration was the used under any circumstances It Columbia Tenn March 2 1887 hundreds not being able to gain acts mildly and effectually and is es If they do not want it is there subject and Dr James was paradmittance pecially valuable as a Family Medi any good reason why they should ticularly happy in its discussion A Marvelous Cure of cine which position it holds in so Dr Wharton delivers his mesCancer We do not know many homes be denied an expression of their The structure of the organs in sage from the Master in tender another preparation which can bring My wife lias been down two years dissent breathing and their connection from and simple language so much so with an abscess in her side Lust forward such endorsementsholding heads of families and tlio e good many thousand dollars with other organs of the body A December she commenced using S the highest official and social posi that any child can understand it S S have been voted by the magistrates were so admirably explained and When she began its use she Keep Simmons Liver Regula without any of the peculiar eccen i was nothing but a skeleton had no tions your hou e it will reduce your tor in to bililding turnpikes throughout so accurately illustrated by drawappetite and was feeling weak and doctors bill and insure for your fam tricities of the modern evangelist very miserable To day she is a new the county A popular vote was ings on the blackboard that no one health and happiness The whole community is being woman Her appetite is good her ilies seems strange but it is nevertheThe could fail to understand How riot taken on the subject It spirits revived She is as stout as less true that the world contains magistrates feeling and believing important it is to the health of the awakened and aroused and many she was before she was taken sick people who will try to imitate coun ago two that these turnpikes would benefit body that we should breathe plen- who have never cared anything for and years to day She can eat anything terfeit or substitute something else thinks S S S the for she the county took the responsibility ty of fresh pure air and take these sacred matters are stopping greatest medicine on earth It has even ato genuine meritorious aarticle the extent of making spuri simply her of voting aid to them from the proper exercise to promote full to listen being convinced and con- sick bedraised flesh from a two years ous medicine risking life and health put on her bones and it behooves every one to look public treasury This responsibil- respiration was so thoroughly im- verted and taking their stand life in her heart Yours gratefully and they buy only the Genuine that J T Batts ity was ten fold greater than is pressed on the minds of the schol- openly with Gods people Zcilin A Co have ued the precaution Columbia Tenn March 1 1887 to put on the front of each wrapper The results of the meeting are Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis asked to be exercised in the pres- ars that they will not be apt to their trade mark of a curved Z en not being confined to one church eases mailed free ent case Nay it was an hundred forget it very soon twined around the mortar and on the The Swift Specific Co Drawers sidn the signature of J II Zeilin fc or denomination but are reaching Atlanta Ga times greater Co Frauds should always be de Smoke the White Wing Cigar at out into the other churches and only When the matter comes before LeCompte 37 Um Carpenters Couldnt Hear It Thunder nounced and the true remedieslm 02 upheld those who are converted go to the the people to decide whether they An interesting letter from Mr John W In the St Paul addition to church of their choice are in favor of having the proposed Best leaf lard 10 cents per pound Weeks superintendent of DeKnlb Pauper Kansas City Missouri there is a We heartily rejoice in this and Homo nice side meat 10 cents per pound and railroad built upon the conditions From ft feeling of gratitude and a de at submitted by those especially street called Frankfort avenue earnestly hope the good work may sire to bonefit others I voluntarily make hams 12 cents per pound SVrigts W named for this city The prop- be much more enlarged and ex this statement I have great reason to charged with the enterprise the be thankful that I ever henrd of B B B 35 llt as I know wlmt a blessing it has been to opportunity will be afforded for erty purchased by the syndicate tended me I have suffered with Bronchial Ca every man to express his views by of our citizens of which Dr T H To this end let all Christians tarrh for a number of years Six months NEW PLANING MILL ago I was taken with severe paiu in right his vote The ballot box- - ex- Hudson is the president lies upon lpbor and pray ear which in a few days began to dis this street Ten acres were purpressing the public will must de Services at 1030 a m and charge matter with terrible and almost M unbearable palpitation and all sorts of cide the matter It is right that it chased by the syndicate last June 745 p m noises in my head In ten days nftor tho Havinprecentlv added to his Establishment should so decide or else popular at 5 1000 per acre and is now commencement of discharge and in We regret to learn that Hon my ear I began to grow deaf and pain six in worth 3000 per acre Dr HudFirst Class Planing Mill government is merely a name weeks I was so deaf that I could not hear Wm H Wadsworth Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of thunder If any magistrate feels that he son expects to be in this city from the Maysville district I was then compelled to use conversa within the next ten days with a cannot support the proposition to was ofton that I was stricken down with heart dis tion tube and it the tube I then could Sash Doors BIindsFrames Molding com not hear with be submitted it should not hinder proposition superior to the one ac epted by the syndicate a year ease on Thursday at Minneapolis menced taking B BB and the running of him from voting to submit it in my ear ceased in five weeks and can now ALSO Minn while arguing a case in hear without tho tube My general health ago authorizing a vote to be taken at Ins improved palpitation ceased and feel Scroll Work Stair Work Turning The annual commencement ex- court and his case is regarded as like a now being and appreciate the bene the polls he is removing the reGotten out In the best style critical fit I have received from B B B made in sponsibility from himself and plac ercises of Excelsior Collegiate InAtlanta Ga with gratitude to God and Ice Cream Soda Water witli fresh tbankfilness to tho Proprietors for such a ing it where it belongs ol right stitute are to be held on Wednes fruit syrups at LeCompte Carpe l- medicine I cheerfully recommend it to Is any magistrate afraid to trust day June 8th beginning at io a iters all who are aillicted with deafness and ca 37 tarrh Try it persevere in its use and Address m m Westminster Abthe people We hope not of its value The ladies of the First Presby- you will bo convinced John W Weeks It is the best opportunity Frank bey Pauper The closing exercises of the terian Church gave their supper Superintendent DeKalb 1880 House lin county has ever had to get a Decatur Ga May 1 on Tuesday night according to railroad It may be the last It lower grades of the school will It was an enjoyBrlglits Disease may be the turning point in the take place on the evening of the announcement able event in every way The I have been a sufferer from Kidney and life of the county It may be the previous Friday Jund 3c All very time and the very hour when friends of the institution are invited net proceeds were something over Bladder troubles for is soveral years I have lately had what termed Brights Disease and have had considerable swell we as a people are to go forward to be present on the occasion of 150 ing of my legs and shortness of breath Icecream freezers water coolers The urea has poisoned my blood also I or to go backward The signs all each entertainment mincing knives at Gray Churchs secured and am using B B B Botanic demonstrate that it is the hour The teachers of the public Main street hardware house Blood Balm and find it acts powerfully 37 We are one people and vcty quickly and I am delighted with What injures school had the pleasure of listenhad previously used a largo one class of citizens injures all ing last Tuesday afternoon to The funeral of the late Jesse its effectsof Ivarious advertised remedies quantity What benefits one class benefits another very instructive lecture Smith will be preached at Antioch and several eminent physicians also wait ed 011 me but B B B stands at the top all Surely in this crisis the peo- from Dr Sam E John H Mautin The Church to morrow morning at 11 James Rook Greek Ala May 4 188G ple themselves ought to decide subject was oclock by Rev Harvey Baker Digestion The Tho most wonderful Pain their destiny All who desire full information about organs involved were described Cure r tho world has over Messrs Wakefield West sold the cause and cure of Blood Poisons We appeal to the magistrates to Your money will known and the process explained in the last week 125000 feet oak timbers Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers look at the matter not as a senti bo returned if not found Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints most scholarly manner for the Lonisville Southern road Catarrh etc eiui secure by mail free n ns represented ment but in a business way If copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of to Shelbyville parties Carving knives table knives the proposition were tosubmit to Wonders filled with tho most wonderful pocket butcher knives and startling proof ever before known knives Children Cry for Pitchers the people the question of voting A new lock keepers house is to Address BLOOD BALM CO Large variety low prices at the Castoria Atlanta Ga aid to turnpikes would any magis- hardware house of Gray Church be built at Lock No 4 below For salo by W H AVERILL trate refuse And yet aid to I this city 37 Mny23 lm A Word to tlte Magistrates Â¬ Â¬ TRADR MARK VhiviiiBii n 111 11 l II Kk f Mil Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ I i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ la fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s fr If Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inimcn Â¬ f I Â¬ Â¬ is tr - - 1 mmmtmmmdmmmmmi m m Wt WWIW o FfiANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered ntlho post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter rTyrwj Tj gw7rpvfb5ttr - ij WMiBfwfyvT JBTWTTV TT TT wwrofT77 rX -- nj vfj y Will It Pay No man has a right to ask the people of Franklin county to vote a subscription to a railroad unless it will pay There must be some recompense for the out Â¬ adequate lay or else the expenditure becomes a sentiment a speculation or a wilful waste ordinarily Such subscriptions bring returns in two ways First by contributing its road bed its buildings and its rolling stock to Â¬ BcLitoc asid Fia TolS slier FRANKFORT MAY 28 1887 GEORGE A LEWIS the taxable property of the county supplemented by an increase in value of property in population in manufactures and in trade and It seems generally agreed that second by the value of whatever the Ky Union is now an assured stock is subscribed either by divfact for Lexington and thus idends or on actual sale Let us look at the Frankfort another obstacle to the action of Georgetown railroad in Bourbon county in favor of our Paris this light railroad is removed In the matter of construction Now then men of Frankfort and Franklin county arc you so employment will be given to labor blind to your own interests that in building the road bed and you cannot see where how and largely to skilled labor in erecting when to strike Strike NOW and depots roundhouse water tanks Every material product of c strike hard for a home run Â¬ Â¬ The magistrates of Fayette county have held another meeting and agreed to submit the question of subscription to the stock of the Kentucky Union Railway to the people but in a modified form The city of Lexington will vote on a subscription of 150000 and the county outside of Lexington on a subscription of 50000 It is to be constructed exactly as the Louisville and Nashville railroad was Constructed by the WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A counties through which it runs The bonds furnished by them is to be a basis of credit on which to OF- raise money to pay the contractors There is no middle man When N was built although it the L neither had northern or southern railroad systems to reach at either And prices were never so low Buyers havo tho advantage in our house of Boeing so many goods before they bay and dont havo to end it paid the counties from 100 take the choice between one or two things to 150 per cent on every share of sizest T VFTJ T T Wo show allbiggest Wo fit n littlq fellow 4 years stock subscribed 1 rlJLJljr old fit the tallest nnd shoitout man in Not a dollar is asked of Frank- Â¬ tho country Prices from 200 to 2000 a suit t lin county until the road is built IN SHOES Wo havo all widths Stock fresh and clean One half of the IN HATS Anything nnd everything for men nnd boys to Georgetown bonds are then proposed to be de- Â¬ f i IBOTTOKEaiT DTOIES O-A-S- H livered and the remainder when And we can sell lower than tho lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy the road is complete to Paris STARKS ORUTOHER There is no risk The county canMain not be fooled The written con- WHITE HALL Clothing Shoes Hats MAMMOTH STOCK c mr i31il Â¬ Â¬ Street tract will contain the terms we A delegation of members of the Board of Trade went up to Paris on Saturday to attend the railroad meeting called to take action in P railroad regard to the F G The following gentlemen composed the delegation viz E L Samuel Frank Chinn R Rogers A H McClure and Geo A Lewis Upon their arrival it was found that owing to the unavoidable absence of Judge Lindsay the meeting had been postponed until the first Monday 6th day of June The delegation found that there was a very gratifying senti- Â¬ ment in favor of the road and that the meeting promised to be a large one have stated The counties that vote the stock will appoint the di- Â¬ rectors who are to control the road It is the best proposition ever made to a county to build a railIf we fail to seize the op construction will form an element road of taxable property and a source portunity the owls and the bats may well issue writs of possession of county revenue Manufacturing enterprise will on Franklin county property not come to Frankfort until it has Â¬ tm 111 X ir yPOaRSS HiHaiy---i V fBSSgrw iSkiSi iul M ii 7zzz sr vrttBr aWa v a guaranteed transportation for all articles to be manufactured and at The more railroads cheap rates more competition and the OF CINCINNATI OHIO the WILL BE AT THE quicker and cheaper avenues to market A dull cold ear will be turned to all invitations to estab- Â¬ IN FRANKFORT KY lish factories until these wants are SATURDAY JUNE 4 1887 Dr W I Kelley HOTEL 2 1887 30 1887 DO YOU We i WANT THE EARTH we will give you the best cant give you that but CAPITA Gents Shoe for Ladies Kid Boot for u it 300 in the city - 250 200 i v 250 9 fin - supplied People living along the line of the road will buy two dollars worth of goods from Frankfort merchants to every dollar spent in the cities by residents of Frankfort because So the increased of the railroad population will discount the exoThe Board of Trade met at dus of such foreign expenditures their rooms on Monday evening The man who argues that building and after transacting routine busia new line of railroad will injure ness was addressed by Capt J Frankfort by taking people away M Thomas and Col F L Mc to spend money argues against Chesney in regard to the prosprinciples of public P railroad the settled pects of the F G prosperity and the whole tide of They gave every assurance that American growth the pcopb of Bourbon county GeorgeThe Frankfort Paris were heartily in favor of ie road town railroad goes through the and would give all assistance necrichest belt of the agricultural essary region The products of Scott Col McChesney is an old FrankÂ¬ SATURDAY JULY SATURDAY JULY BLEEDING FILES BLIND or ITCHING Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars cHeti to sulterer or any clmrlty he may designate for any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BK1NK KRHOFF SYSTEM n OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION ars A largo stock and prices to suit the times xaiiS nas u Â¬ NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED R K MgCLURE FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing PHOTOGRAPHS If you want a finely finished photograph at a very low price ccme to i Â¬ ULCERATION CATARRH LKOUei gallery Of the bowel cured All work guaranteed to be done satisfactory in every respect Â¬ Â¬ Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Â¬ larly for nearly three years and the many cures he has made umoitg the wealthy and lnlluentlal citizens are sufficient evidence of his success It Is povv a well established fact that many dis Â¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSUHE or RECTAL ULCER REFERENCES W J HUGHES Frankfort RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort J M WITUROW Lexington DR KELLEYS ofllce and residence Is at 37C West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week EXCEPT Card Daixies 75 cents a dozen Â¬ fort boy and is very solicitous in regard to the prosperity of his old home Several gentlemen who have heretofore hesitated about favoring the enterprize came out fully on the side of the road Among the many names which are being mentioned in connection with the appointment to the vacancy on the United States Supreme Bench that of Judge William Lindsay of this city meets with universal favor in this section His eminent fitness by reason of his admitted ability judicial mind and experience his sterling hon- Â¬ esty and vast learning in the law are manifest to all While Frank- Â¬ fort would be loth to give up her foremost citizen she would rejoice to see him thus honored Â¬ Â¬ BS M Allen A M a circular announc- Â¬ D has issued ing his purpose to open the Louis- Â¬ ville Military Academy on the Bardstown pike five miles from the city The pupils admitted are to be within the ages of eight This will be and sixteen years admirable preparatory school an The number of pupils is limited to Col R D Bourbon and Bath in hemp to- Â¬ bacco corn wheat barley c will be transported largely on this line In Bath county it strikes the richest iron mines in the State and from Owingsville to Prestons burg the road passes through a region rich in coal iron and lumber At the head of the Big Sandy river it strikes the finest coking coal in the world And at this point looking down into the great basin of the Sandy is the finest view an American tourist ever feasted his eyes upon Every road that tends southward into the heart of the gieat mineral region of eastern Kentucky must cross this line and inevitably become a feeder to its traffic At the Virginia line the road will be met by a line running di- Â¬ rect to tide water backed by ample capital It is the cheapest to Virginia and the only line route from the mouth of the Sandy to Cumberland Gap where Â¬ 150 a dozen Boudoirs Cabinets 300 a dozen Panels 400 adozen 500 a dozen I I LAEGEE W0EK PEOPOETIONATJBLT EEDU0ED ELRODS GALLERY 834 Apl 23 FEIDAIS AND 8ATDEDAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of treatment sent tree to any one by ad Â¬ dressing Main street between Ann and Lewis streets Ii lm W I KELLEY M P LIGHT 1 CLAASSEN 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 a E3T CONSULTATION FREE Dec 26 ly UOTIOE OF THE PLUM qniE STOCKHOLDERS Turnpike Road Com Â¬ 1 Branch and Bald Knob pany will hold their annual meeting for the election of live directors on SATURDAY JUNE 1887 ut the Court House In Frankfort at 12 oclock m Hy order of FRANK CONWAY President W S Deiioney Secy Treas May28 td LIGHT CLAASSEN PI5iLCTIOr Plumbers Gas -- Steam Fitters IN- - DEALERS NOTICE THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FRANKFORT 1 and Flat Creek Turnpike Road Company will hold their annual meeting for theelectlon of live Directors on TUESDAY JUNE 14 1887 ut the Court House In Frunkfort ut 10 oclock a in By order of FRANK CONWAY President Muy 28 td F P Lewis Secy Treas Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings c Closets Contract Work Mur12 Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Blook - - Frankfort Kentuoky FOE A terms apply to May 21 S-AJUI- E- the great backbone of the Cumberland mountains can be crossed without a tunnel of from one to two miles in length It is the line route from east to shortest air So west south of the Ohio river Â¬ FRAME DWELLING AND STORE AND one acre of ground situated on the north side of the Versailles turnpike road one mile Premises lu good repair For from Frankfort BUGGIES SUBRYS AT FOE SAL EARLY Ky HARNESS reu red and JNO 818 Frankfort painted Apr 104m IN lm WM CROMWELL Agent LHWI8 STREET OPPOSITE THE FARMERS BANK Carrluite work One of the Beet Located Resi Â¬ FOR SALE dences in South Frankfort W II HALL OFFERS FOR SALE j j quiN FARM FOR SALE OF 12 ROOMS ELEGANT CISTERN Ice house und all necessary outbuildings 200 ucres ot land ubout one third In cultivation the rest set In grass a part of It Is heavily timbered A turnpike to Frankfort Is almost completed ANN M RUSSELL May 21 tf I day night 0 0 F much for its traffic and natural vantages ad- Â¬ J April R 17 Williams See tf LODGE NO 0 MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited JAS MURRAY N O and the bouse laln good repair There are apple peach und plum trees In abundance upon the pluce two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell roses and a green house planted with roses und heated with Ultchlngs Improved hot water uppuratus Feb-26-l- HIS on the Cross and JRhouse und nnd lot contulnacorner oftwo acres Tho lot about TERMS EASY Apply to Du y W H HALL 1 J BB jm n QMfMi2gMU2UukjfHM9MKBj - f fSf V fT T rw-jT- - yJl f V fitf sjrtf f t t- - rr S MMttfc6tji FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT MAY 8 1887 Mr James Hecncy will commence in a few days the erection of a two story brick building on the lot recently purchased by him Â¬ on the corner of Second and Shel bv streets of Mr H L Watkins The building is to be 25 feet front running back 60 feet on Shelby with iron and plate glass front this will produce 2971536 store room below and residence From the licenses the city ob- Â¬ Mr Mike Buckley has tains about 10000 From the above been awarded the contract to put lottery privilege about 10000 it up at 3300these items goes inThe first of at to the sinking fund to pay off the Paints oil glass and brushes 30 city debt and the last is invested Gray Churchs for the benefit of the school fund We owe an apology to the The city also received from the ladies of the Methodist Church lessees of the Opera House 1 A note was handed in requesting 48695 and expended updn the the announcement in our last same 115287 leaving a net weeks issue of the Tea which was revenue from that source of By given on Thursday night 334 08 some means it was mislaid and its The assessment by wards is as contents unknown until after the follows paper was issued We regret this First Ward Ladies who wish to purchase a 905998 GG2046 exceedingly as we always desire Second Ward guaranteed silk dress in all shades 751185 Third Ward to accommodate the ladies as well as quality would do well m 2877229 to visit Mrs Sol Harris estab Total Ice cold Soda Water flavored The amount which will be at witli pure fruit juices at the South the disposal of the Council for the lishment as she will certainly astonish you in low prices of black 36 Side Drug Store general running expenses of the gros grain all silks from 75 cents The Confederate soldiers graves city will be about 24060 This to 175 per yard worth 35 per in the Cemetery will be decorated will be ample when we remember cent more every yard guaranteed this afternoon at 5 oclock As that the interest and principal of or money refunded This is no there are eighty graves to be deco- the debt is otherwise provided for empty boast but facts You will rated it is hoped that the contri- Â¬ and the fund for running the say how can she sell so much butions of flowers and evergieens schools is likewise provided for cheaper than any other house beTaken all in all the citys affairs cause she has bought them at an The ladies will be very liberal will please remember the hour are in good shape and likely to imported auction sale during her clear-heade- d and send flowers to the Cemetery remain so as long that The dress visit in New York financier Col E H Taylor goods by that time stock in her establishment is jr is the Mayor who takes an complete f om a canvas cloth for The celebrated superior Lawn honest pride in looking after the five cents a yard to an imported Mowers at rock bottom prices citys interests financially as well plaid or serge trimmings to match Gray Church 86 as commercially You certainly must see the round Cincin- Â¬ Dr W I Kelly of A sadly unfortunate accident hats and bonnets and you will im- Â¬ nati will pay his regular monthly occurred at the railroad depot irl agine you are at Mademe Princes visit to this city on Saturday next this city on Friday afternoon in New York as they are import- Â¬ June 4th and will be at the Capi last at 430 oclock Mr Wes ed and no copies It is well worth tal Hotel on that day as usual Chambers a brakesman on the the trouble to call and examine for the treatment of patients suffer- Â¬ train in attempting to get on the stock of Chantilla Medici ing from any of the diseases he yard the last car of a train that was be- Â¬ Torchon and Oval Laces also makes a specialty of treating ing shifted did not notice the Hosiery and the endless amonnt of Already our city is feeling the proximity of the signal board and all kinds of Trimming as you will effect of the building of the Louis- Â¬ was struck by it just as he got on be well paid in the profusion of ville Southern railroad The con- Â¬ top of the car and was hurled fine goods and novelties Â¬ Â¬ -- The City Council at its last meeting fixed the assessment for the year 1S87 at 125 on each 100 worth of taxable property From a cursory examination of the Assessors Book we find that the total amount of property returned as taxable is 2377229 The total for 1886 was 2414233 showing a decrease in taxable property of 37004 Assessed at 125 per 100 Â¬ Horace Burdin the little son of Mr John Burdin near the Forks of Elkhorn while hunting the cows with his brothers late Mon- Â¬ day afternoon became separated from them and was lost near the cliffs on the back part of Mrs Trimbles farm A large party of men and boys immediately start- Â¬ ed to hunt for him but after searching in a heavy rain till 12 oclock that night were forced to The stop without finding him alarm having spread the whole community men women and boys turned out en masse early the next morning to renew the search He was finally found by Mrs John Newman in a blackberry patch on the farm formerly owned by Dr Butler about ij4 The little fel- Â¬ miles from home low was very cold and terribly scratched up by the briars but He was was otherwise uninjured joyfully returned to his almost frantic mother FRANKFORT -- MARBLE IN AND MANOFAOTUHElt OF- - WORKS DEALER ITALIAN MARBLE tion Correspondence solicited GRANITE MONUMENTS HEADSTONES Estimates furnished on applica Â¬ RUSTIC TABLETS All kinds of stono work promptly intended to 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY April 2 Hm Â¬ plete Our stock of millinery is very com Stylish work guaranteed 31 Sam D Johnson Co The Heywood baby carriage the best made for sale at R Rogers 32 Try the celebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chap 34 tf man Gayles The Hey wood is the best baby car riage made For sale by R Rogers 32 To tlie Ladles Lace curtains neatly laundried for 100 per pair Collars and cuffs also done up in the best stylo by FRANK D BULL Agent Famous Dayton Laundry Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ We are now handling the cele Â¬ a brated Wiccapee 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 Clias F Exum Esq has removed 35 his law and insurance office to west For Elegant bath and carriage side of St Clair street near Branch Bank where he will continue to sponges try Chapman Uuyle write policies on all insurable property at lowest rates and in first class com Â¬ Ask to see our stitched back kid panies 34 3t glove in all colors at 73 cents 33 Our line of black silks in quality Weitzel ODonnell and price can not be excelled in the Imported Millinery in all shades city We guarantee the wear of Utiea Lime Just received car load at D L Halys and styles at Mrs Sol Harris Our splendid kid gloves are all warÂ¬ lows Temple now occupied by Co Possession ranted and fit to the hand Sam D Johnson For Rent The store in Odd o every yard 34 Sam D JohxsoN Co Fel- Â¬ Â¬ given June 1st 1887 Apply to Chn Corporate Committee Also an elevator for sale as above 33 Weitzel ODonnell Â¬ E A Fellmer Hats Bonnets Hats Hats Bonnets Bonnets at Mrs Sol Harris Apply 35 For Sale A good second hand piano for side at a bargain Apply at We have some beautiful embroided 29 tf Call and see them this office Swiss flouncings Co 34 Sam D Johnson For Rent House with six rooms and a kitchen stable on the premises For Sweet Potato Plants call on L near City School Apply to Dr S 35 3t B Marshall or Wm Wright 33 E James For Rent A two story frame Jefferson residence with five rooms and cellar Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ on the corner of Logan and Campbell 30 3m ty streets Gas in the house and water m Utiea Lime Just received a in the yard Apply to W C Hern car load at D L Halys don West Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 street Louisville A large stock of shade hats at 34 Sam D Soiinson Cos MATTEUNS best Photographs of all sizes reduced to hall price Call and look at our beautiful and cheap line of fans and parasols 33 Whtn Baby wta sick ire Rare her Castoria When the ttiu a Child she cried for Castor When sho becimo Miss she clniigto Castoria When she had Children she gare them Caatoria county are now in my hands and all persons are notified to come forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue law requires me to collect and pay over the revenue to the State before the first day of September next and all not paid by that time lief will have six per cent and costs Miss Lucy Bush of Lawrence He was a clever and industrious added as a penalty burg has purchased from Mr H man and leaves a wife to mourn J VV Gaines Sheriff L Watkins his residence on the his sudden call to the other shore Frankfokt Ky April 21 18S7 corner of Shelby and Cross streets Be ye also ready 33 for 54 500 cash Miss Bush has Mr Peter C Sower sold his All grades of flour away below made a present of this property to mill prices at J Ileeneys South new building on Main street oc- Â¬ Side 30 her niece Miss Todd Saffell and m Weitzel cupied by Messrs she will obtain possession June 28 Notice ODonnell to Louis Bettman MaThere will be an election held in Paints oil glass and brushes at rion S Bloom Saml S Bloom the Leetown district for three School 30 Gray Churchs Â¬ and Albert H Bloom of CincinTrustees on Saturday June 4 18S7 nati for 9000 cash A F Crichton Mr W H Posey will in a few Chairman Attest days begin the erection of a two Piano Tuner A Murray Secy Jas story frame residence on the lot Parties wishing to have their pianos on the corner of Third and Main tuned by a first class tuner will please C W II Fined will sell you a 30 tf streets recently purchased by him leave orders with Prof J O Mauer nice sweet ham low before Tuesday J F Kreiis of Mrs T J Chesnutt m For elegant bath and The commencement exercises of Mr Hugh Gaines has entered Eminence College will take place carriage sponges into partnership with Mr N I at Helm Hall Gayle Eminence on Chapman McDaniel in the coal business in Wednesday and Thursday of next stead of Mr W T Gaines as it week June 1st and 2d The Celebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chapman in our last issue appeared Gayles tf Now that the lock is repaired Mrs Tarltons horse the Houston Combs is bringing a Clarion Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R won a race at Latonia on Wednes large supply of coal to this city Rogers they are the best in the day quite rapidly So mote it be 32 market Â¬ Â¬ tractors for bridging and trestle work are sending here to obtain oak timbers for their work A large amount of oak lumber that could not be otherwise utilized can thus be disposed of He violently to the pavement was so badly crushed that he was unconscious until his release from pain at 12 oclock m on Sunday Every thing that surgical know- Â¬ ledge could do was done by Dr W H Phythian railroad surgeon Blue Lick Water fresh from the but all of no avail and he sank Springs on draught at LeCompte gradually until death brought re- Â¬ Carpenters 36 Sheriffs Notice The tax books for Franklin tf try Syrup of Figs R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ the Heywood Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco 32 Cal is Natures Own True Laxa- Â¬ Just received a tive It is the most easily taken Utiea Lime and the most pleasantly effective car load at D L Halys remedy known to cleanse the system We have a full line of Thompson when bilious or costive to dispel colds and They are the headaches constipationfevers to cure glove fitting corsets indigestion habitual best Weitzel ODonnell etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 33 bottles by Chapman Gayle tf Ice cream sherbet soda water and Bucklens Arnica Salve Chicago mead the freshest and The Best Salve in the world for purest at J Weitzel jrs Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Sores Tetter Chapped Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes Rheum Fever Hands Chilblains Corns and all teeth without plates and gold crowns SkinEruptions and positively cures on roots a specialty No 723 West Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Jefferson street Louisville Ky money refunded Price 25 cents per 30 3m box For sale by Joe LeCompte Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken- Â¬ tucky River Mills hemp binder Rluieniatism and Neural Â¬ gia Cured in 2 Days 3G twine t The Indiana Chemical Co have Place your farms and town lots for discovered a compound which acts sale with Wm P Scott He will with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia advertise them thoroughly tf We guarantee it to cure any and every case of acute Inflammatory P D in all styles for sale by Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 33 Weitzel ODonnell DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ m lief in chronic cases and effect a Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn speedy cure Mower the best in the world ftrotn On receipt of 30 cents in two cent stamps we will send to any address 30 Mastin Bros the prescription for this wonderful We Imvea large ossortnientofBrus compound which can be filled by your home druggist at sel and Smyrna rugs which we will We take this means of small cost giving our sell under the general price discovery to the public instead of putÂ¬ 33 ting it out as a paent medicine Weitzel ODonnei being much less expensive We will gladly refund money if satisfaction Co will sell not given Sam D Johnson you ladies unbleached hose full regu The Indiana Chemical Co Crawfordsville Ind lar made at lUj cents per pair age manufactured Weitzel ODonnell m m fl l Â¬ I PffffV P PHP WIiiliiWmiiWMIlHijllillllliliiiiiilJIIillH T TT- - T V lfe seem slow to awake to their best When however interests the Very seasonable enterpisc is fairly afoot we hope to sec them atep boldly forward and Eggs quite scarce take a position in the front rank Milk and butter abundant with those who wish to hasten the The fried chicken prospect prosperity of the county Bridgeport slim Connerway A large concourse of pleasure- seekers as well as afflicted may be daily seen at our Springs The medicinal qualities of this water will rival that of any in the world arid Gen OBannon has a bonanza in it Elsie Tracy is paying marked attention to a very pretty young lady who attends Sunday school He may be looking on Stoney out for some cne to attend that covy of game chickens Elsie is a sort of a lion among the fair sex Cook the peddler has of late ceased his weekly rounds and the citizens have to run to Kiser s for their supplies Colored Bill was much agitated while this individual was peddling the measles Byjings whoa Young Jeps Dallas Russell got horse Forks of Elkliom Old Jep went out to help loose who has capture him Miss Annie South The colts ran up been visiting Miss Jennie Feather and down and all around while ston returned home last Monday old Jep stood still and ciied out Another Miss Laura Bratton returned whoa bvjmgs whoa by cup of kaughphy Dolly home this week from a visit to jings Miss Mamie Gallihue I have not heard of a single Mrs Poland Bedford went to Midway last Sunday to see her convert to the railroad since my sister Miss Lelia Taylor who is last but they are mellowing down some it is nam to convince a very sick None of man against his will Mr James Gallihue is engaged them can see any benefit to be de- Â¬ in painting and remodeling his rived from a railroad They say store rooms between the bridges it would help only Frankfort The woolen mills of MessrsH and they are in favor of Frankfort Poor things they and J B Stedman began opera- building it see by doubling the popucant tions last Monday lation of Frankfort that we could Several large fishing parties left have a better market for evey this place for the mouth of Elk thing we sell For instance eggs horn last week but returned with instead of being 6 or 8 cents only moderate success would be 20 to 25 cents per dozen Russell Hughes caught 40 fine besides the tax on the railroad and mongrels in a short time at Mr its building would build at least Blacks pond last Tuesday after- Â¬ 2 miles of pike every year For noon my part I think we ought to have a little gratitude for the asMr Willard Featherston was at- Â¬ tacked with paralysis affecting his sistance that has been given us by all parts of the county in develop- Â¬ left side last Wednesday ing our section of the county We regret to notice a good deal We have now no less than three of apathy in this neighborhood re- Â¬ pikes all going in the direction of garding the railroad The people Jacksonville Shelby county Â¬ son-in-law Mr Alex Julian is able to be out again Mr J H Reib has the boss calf The crop prospect in general is considerably above an average The tobrfeco business has about played out in this section The measles and mumps seem to have about run their course in these parts The Colorado beetle is not as numerous this season as on many former at least such is the case in this vicinity Mr J W Jackson and Mrs Mary Jenkins are still very ill though perhaps some better than when last reported Mr J H Reib and family and Mr J H Keith and family paid a visit to friends at Shelbyville last Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Montfort wife and child of Louisville have been visiting relatives in this vicinity recently Miss Ida Crockett left a few days since for New Albany Ind where she will remain some time visiting relatives Mr Henry Mastin and family of Woodford county and Mr R H Hawkins and family of Lex ington attended the funeral of their mother last week Will some one of the readers of the Roundabout inform us which is the best plough to lay by Irish potatoes with as the question is one now agitating the minds of some in this section Several persons of this place have been attending the series of meetings in progress at the Bap- Â¬ tist Church in Frankfort They Bro Wharton emi Â¬ pronounce nently qualified for the position he occupies Mrs Georgiana Haw Died kins at the residence of her Mr W G Sargent after an illness of eight months duration Her sufferings which at times were borne were excruciating with a stoicism calcujated to impress all with the genuineness of She fortitude true Christian a large circle of friends and leaves relatives to mourn her loss The funeral services were conducted by Rev T N Arnold May the consoling influences of the Christian religion sustain in this hour of sadness is the prayer of a friend Â¬ Â¬ Sucldutlts Sulphur Springs George Moore is boasting about the arrival of his new cousin George feels mighty proud of it The hunters are forewarned not deer or the to shoot at the They are pets and conbear sequently harmless critters Francis Goins ha his posts set for a yard fence and his neighbors are delighted at the prospective Â¬ improvement Lieut Andy H Dowden is authority on butter eggs poultry c Squire Nelson is one of his aptest pupils and will ere long rival his preceptor It is the intention of the man agement of the new railroad to award a fat contract to Col David Â¬ Moore he being such a warm advocate of the enterprise It was a grand sight when the Snipesville dude gave orders for his mammoth gallery to start It attracted much curiosity all the way to Lawrenceburg Gen OBannon wants to engage a couple of young men to fan the You know he is given flies away to smiles and it is of course amus ing to him to know that he has a full grown white man for a cook The little unpleasantness occasioned by Jack accusing George of opening the gates and letting his stock in and vice versa has about blown over and all is serene again Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ about the St Johns pike opened much to his credit In efficiency he begins to rival that model for turnpike Presidents Gen Francis Marion President Bryant gotten the ditches has on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ which when completed will make Among tlie Colored Citi Â¬ zens By the said Jacksonville boom all means I say let us have the DV PEPPER POD railroad and give the laboring man a chance for a clays work The ladies social meets at Mrs Oh that my people would con- Sallie A Duncans to night Scy Fax sider The literary society will meet at Elder R H C Mitchells church Pea Ridge next Wednesday evening Crops and grass doing well Rev R H C Mitchell re- Warmer with refreshing show- Â¬ alized from his rally on last Sun ers They are prepar Â¬ 2 1 2 05 day Mr Polk Tracy has a very ing to build a new church amusing companion a pet squirrel The third quarterly conference Bro T N Arnold will preach of St Johns A M E Church here next Sunday morning at 1 1 will meet Saturday Rev J F oclock Thomas will preside California is the third State in Mr Major Moss and Miss the Union to prohibit convict Lena Young were united in holy labor Kentucky fall in line wedlock on Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Graves of Shelby by Rev G H Burks county who have been visiting While this has been a week of the family of Mr Will Tracy re- Â¬ rejoicing among us it has also turned home last Sunday been a week of sorrow There Among Quite a large number of people have been several deaths were disappointed who expected them were little George Hub preaching at the school house last bard Weisiger son of Mr Henry Saturday night and Sunday morn and Laura Weisiger jr aged one ing The minister failed to ap- year two months and 14 days pear Burial services were conducted by The Sunday school here was lie v G H Burks Little James Blaine Todd son of well attended last Sunday Do Mr W R and Mary A Todd aged our people ever consider that a Burial services were Sunday school either in town or six months country gives such a stamp of re- conducted by Rev G H Burks These parents have our heart- Â¬ spectability to the neighborhood felt sympathies in this the darkest that nothing else can and saddest hour of their lives I dont think its right for a The district institute of the man as owns no property nowheres Baptist Church met here this to vote a tax on a iran what does Ver weh neitner is it right to week and had some very imporask us to believe what you dont tant subjects under consideration believe yourself Several times The hottest discussions was on the Can a man be saved the Ridge correspondent has tried subject It was to show that the tax dont come without water baptism out of property owners it comes decided that water baptism was So say out of the improvement placed on not essential to salvation that property which is always the we The whole institute visited the public school in a body result of labor to say that among We are Election for school trustees takes all the sorry topics of the institute Unless place here June 4th was not a single paper read something is done by the Prohi- there on education The most impor- Â¬ bitionists the Ridge will go Demand best handled subject was tant ocratic a scientific lecture on temperance We nevor split a ticket by Rev A Barry of Louisville Or scratched but voted it square And if wo vote hereafter Taking everything in considera- Â¬ Well vote it straight up there tion the members of the institute Our people were very sorry to did very well hear of the death of Mrs Georgiana for building the The Hawkins It would be selfish to Normal contract has been let oute School say we claimed her as our friend and work commenced Now w Bro She was every ones friend say to those who promised the T N Arnold preached the funeral City Council so faithfully that sermon if they the Council would furnish Ono array of the living God the land they would build the road At whose command we bow come on and Fart of the host have crossed the flood to said building And part are crossing now lets go to work Those that In conversation here it seems cant work give us the money that the invitation given by dele- Prof Wm H Mayo has resigned as gate Watterson to temperance Secretary and Rev G H Burks men to leave the Democratic has been elected as Secretary to party will be accepted with keep the time and account of thanks Judge Fox will get a few those who help make the road votes here for Governor Now friends let us go ahead What the Ridge correspondent and make that little short road to knows about fashion fancy work the Normal School grounds and Surely if you fulfill our promises c O- dress could have built a road over a mile Leestown long you can build one now only So lets build it Mr Jones of Tyrone and Miss 300 yards long and say no more about it until W Tina Noland of this place were O Bradley is elected Governor married Wednesday evening and Gen S B Buckner appointed Miss Pauline Frazier left for Commanding General of the State Lexington Thursday She will Militia of Kentucky be gone some time Great Jeemses river boys The best fish to be caught in That was a keen crack o thunder the country are at Stedmans dam and old far and squar come mighty If you dont believe it ask our near gettin his dose golden haired young man On Tuesday evening about the Houston Combs 4 oclock Lost Between Mr II L Wat- with a barge of coal in tow struck a kins residence and the saw mill of snag in the river above Hatchitts P S Rule Co a pair of gold spec Â¬ old mill The snag tore the bow tacles in u case A liberal reward of the barge nearly out They will be paid for their return to this finally reached the bank and with office the assistance of the Grace Mor- Â¬ ris and the Monongahela suc The Best Method ceeded in saving the barge This The most agreeable as well as the is the same snag that nearly most effective method of dispelling wrecked one of the barges of the Headaches Colds und Fevers or Steamer Excel some time last cleansing the system is by taking a few doses of the pleasant Caifornia winter of Figs fruit Â¬ The U S Snag Boat Ken- liquid gently remedy Syrupstrength Â¬ yet effectively It acts tucky has now removed the snag ening the organs on which it acts so which should have been removed that regular habits may bo formed after the Excels experience with Manufactured only by the California Co it Then the accident to the Fig Syrup 50 San Francisco Cal cent and 1 bottles by For sale in Combs Tuesday would have been Chapman Gayle avoided 35 lm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No 1 applo vinegar at 20 cents per gallon at W Wrights Main street 30 at Wonderful Cures W D Iloyt Co Wholesale and Retail Druggists of Rome Ga say Wo have been Milling Dr Kings New Discovery Electric Bitters and Beuk lens Arnica Salve for two years Have never handled remedies that sell as well or give such universal satisfaction There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city Several eases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery taken in connection with Electric Bitters Wo guarantee them always 1 Sold by Jos JLeCompte FOR REPRESENTATIVE are authorized to announce C M HAWKINS us n candidate for Representative ol Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party We FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce TAMES ANÂ¬ DREW SCOTT as a candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Vn The WHY NOT Finest Goods The Latest Styles The Cheapest Stock ft ITHIN Ri I RANKLIN UOUNTY t WHY NOT BUY OF Ki McCLURE ST CLAIR STEET WHY NOT Â¬ Blue GrassJWry Yards Â¬ Buff Cochins J fi Foot and M M Con Â¬ ner Strains Eggs 200 per 15 Wyan dottes and W fl Johnson Strains 150 per 15 At the Junction of the Georgetown and Versailles turnpikes Write for wants Address J G GREEN Frankfort Ky To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock Per Â¬ Good Salarj and Expenses or Commission Address nt manent employment guaranteed once stating age HOWLANDi SNELL Nurserymen St Louis JIO 9 Apl 2m THE FINS HQLSIEIi FRIE5IAN BULL Â¬ Aggie WILL 1887 Jessies Netherland BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM number of cons during the season of at my farm 011 Owen turnpike one mile from Frankfort Aggie Jessies Netherland II F II B vol 1 No 807 comes from two of the best families of his race whoso record both for milk and butter Is us good as that of any breed or family of cattle known lie Is of line size and well formed and Is In excellent condition Terms for the season due nt time of service gBoo April L B MARSHALL S0 3m BAYW00D tU WILL MAKE THE SEAfeON OF 1887 AT MY two miles from Frankfort on the L N R R at 25 TO INSURE A MaEE IN FOAL Â¬ Money due us soon as the fact Is ascertained or the mare parted with DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Is u beautiful bay 15 hands and 3 Inches high with a tine black mane und tall and can show u 280 gait with only u few weeks hand ling His colts have already proven to be not only line looking but trotters He Is the cheap Â¬ est norse ever stood In Franklin county BAYWOOD Buy stallion Standard Rule 7 fouled 1881 Sired bv Harold sire of Maud S iiOHtt 1 dam Nuta by Noontide 220 etc Woodford Mumbrlno 22lMj sire of Abbottsforii 2lJij 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woodford son of Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 215 Muy 3 dum by thoroughbred sou of Im Queen 220 ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the lute R A Alexander by Old St Lawrence BAYWOOD Â¬ Â¬ W April 9 3ni L COLLINS IT fl M m xmmmrmmmmtmm TJ yr n TWT pii5iflw F 7 V 7 fc I t The Board of Magistrates meet at the Court house at 10 oclock this morning to vote upon the question of submitting the proposition of subscribing 150000 to the capital stock of the Paris Frankfort Railroad Georgetown Company Â¬ Hon W O Bradley Republi can candidate for Governor will address the people of this county at the Court house on Saturday evening next June 4th Â¬ Post office to be Closed obedience to orders received from the Postmaster General the post office in this city will be closed between the hours of II oclock a m and 5 oclock p m on Monday it being the National Decoration Day Tn Â¬ The iurv in the case of Wm Patterson the Jennie Bowman murderer were only out twelve minutes in making their verdict A stay of which was guilty proceedings and a new trial has been asked Arguments will be heard to day by Judge Jackson on that motion At the last session of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky Sir Knight John W Pruett of this city was promoted to Grand Prelate the next office higher than the one he then held that of Grand Senior Warden The office is one that Sir Knight Pruett will fill with that dignity that pertains to it We hope in a year or so more to greet him as Very Eminent Grand Commander of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Dave Hall talks of moving Judge F T Fox Prohibition Sorry to lose candidate for Governor spoke at to New Castle the Court house on Tuesday you Dave W C Bryant and Owen Quire evening are camped at Conways Mill to Hon George R Wendling of fish for a week Farewell fish Illinois will deliver a lecture at Thomas Quire is done planting in this city on corn He says he planted the the Opera House Friday evening next June 3d seventh part of two acres subject Stonewall Mr Green Berry Gambo has Jackson is well known to bought Mr John Sheets farm lor Mr Wendling our people as aneloquent speak Â¬ S800 Dave Moote killed 8 ground er and will doubtless have alarge squirrels two gray ones seven audience His wife will accom woodpeckers four crows and a pany him to this city and they young rabbit It was not a very will remain several days the good day for hunting either guests of Rev E A Penick We heard such a good joke on one of our Benson friends we will Over production in whisky have to tell it He went to town H Mr E AND ITS REMEDY and some candidate gave him a Taylor Jr called to see us dur- Â¬ jug of O H C As he came Mr Taylor is home old Logan fell down and ing the fortnight a man of great ability and extraor Â¬ broke the jug and he jumped up dinary energy and as little likely and said dar den I swar I have to require the assistance of an or- Â¬ lost all my O N T Now boys ganization to restrict production dorit plague Esq Dan about this as anv distiller in the State and for I did not say it was him Be- Â¬ yet in reply to a question as to sides I promised him not to call whether he would go into such a names Yes I am movement he replied The writer visited Snipesville in favor of restricting production last week and found the dude just by all means and while we have had no difficulty in disposing of leaving for Lawrenceburg Look our limited 87 crop I see the nut girls or you will catch a snipe necessity for curtailing as an inter We found Jack Greenwell like all est and will willingly sign an other good workmen with more agreement not only to cut down in work thqn he could do The only trouble is the election of a 88 but one not to operate at all Things red hot Wine and Spirit Review School Trustee Bonforts and still heating Come out Col May 25 Tom and pour some oil on the Hnrrah for the railroad troubled waters Â¬ BRNSON DAY yj x tij IQE1 For sale nt all times at Pure Benson Ice delivered In nny portion of the city morning and evening Ac H A K St Clair street and seconu street soum bide W xaeni April 30 2m IK LJhTTl ZE3I R KHHAIVlW II MASTIN ZfcTICOX G J C MASTIN MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - fc Farming implements SHI Main Ht Field seeds Buggies wagons I HARDWARE Co WE KEEP IN STOCK 0 Binder AentM for the Reapers CorfatedMeOonBickEarvestinfMachine i Mowers OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers on all implements g aarnnteed to be as low as same can be bought anywhere Prices Harp A little warm at present The corn crop is looking welJ We are glad to hear that Aunt Sallie Harrod is improving after a severe illness Mr O B Polsgrove has com- Â¬ pleted his turnpike and is ready for the commissioners to come and receive it Mr Jno H Scott who is Co of travelling for N Greer Louisville has come home for a few weeks visit While Mr James H Polsgrove was hauling gravel on the turn- Â¬ pike last week the horses four in number took fright and ran off with him throwing him off and giving him several severe bruises and spraining one ankle no other serious damage more than tearing the wagon to pieces When a house in South Frankfort three squares from the bridge takes fire the occupant or owner expects nothing else but that it will be burnt to Jthe grounu be- Â¬ cause by the time the alarm travels all over that side of town and finally reaches the Engine House by way of Arsenal Hill it is too late for the fire department to get there and do more than save the adjacent property and still our wise city fathers say we do not need a fire alarm system And now the telephone has been removed from the Engine House for fear an alarm might come in suddenly by that route Oh most wise and enlightened statesmen buy us another steam fire engine to be kept as an ornament It will be so nice to fill up pro- Â¬ cessions on public occasions Â¬ While returning from Frankfort m Ho for the railroad G A R Albert Programme of Monday Bacon Post for May 30th 1887 on Saturday Messrs C R and Peter Brawner got into a difficulty and passed several hard blows but doing no serious damage more than tearing down some of J M Polsgroves yard fence and slightly spraining one of the latters arms red eye being the cause Died At Harpers Ferry on Friday May 27th Mr Zeke Yocum from the relapse of the itch his remains will be interred in the grave yard at the Stone Kitchen on next Lords day He leaves a wife and seventeen chil G dren to mourn his loss Mr F M Conway the Presi Mr Bug Moore and Mr Farris LeCompte have gone to Anderson county to follow the saw mill THE HOUSES AND LOTS FRONTING ON 1 Ewlng street and theLouIsvIlle Turnpike in business as it is their trade sown jtnuiKion as roiiows The house and lot now occupied by S C Bull Mr A J Greenwell says the 2 The house und lot north of and adjoining Col lot price paid for Cooks calf was the Subletts vacant lot adjoining the last named lot 3 The For particulars Inquire ot Or Sum James or same the Snipesville dude rejohnb lindsey May 28 2m ceived for his long yearling We are visited with a party TO CONTRACTORS from the city of Frankfort on ojur creek who are too polite to ladies SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE they pass They are young ladies office of Chas by the undersigned at the E Hoee in Frankfort un and gents til SATURDAY MAY 28th 87 12 oclock noon for the building complete of a store Lol Uavid Moore was in our house offices and Masonic Hall on the corBald Knob midst last week supposed to be ner of Main and St Clair streets Plans and specifications can be seen at Miss Henrietta Allen is visiting looking up a chance for the the office of Chas J Clarke architect her uncle at Antioch measles Louisville Ky and at the office of Chas E Miss Cinthy Sanford has been Sunday school is attended Hoge Franktort Ky Our Right reserved to reject any and all bids quite ill but is now convalescent by a large audience every Sunday Mason Dandriuge Hoge May 2i 2t and sister Miss School at 4 oclock Mr Urban Bella left on last Thursday on a Bro Burdin visited our school RJESXTT pleasure trip to aHarrodsburg He is a a good on Sunday last HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS AND Our doctors appear to be very talker as well as a singer A COTTAGE on Washington between Broadway a kitchen busy to judge from the amount of Dr James B Duncan has Clinton streets Is for rent at reasonable rates Inquire of LOUIS WEITZEL SR riding some of them do located in our village and we wish May 21 tf him success as he is a darling as Mr Lem Wentworth lost a LIME FOR SALE mare on last Sunday by a cow a physician hooking her so badly she had to be M ABR I b j EITHER IN BULK OR shot WOOD BURNT LIME 70 cents per 200 twunds At the residence of the brides mother In Tay- - Cull at the for sale at Factory on Wilkinson old Cotton u uagDy The turnpike commissioners lorton Wednesday May 20 by Kev Miss RotUN street Frankfort Ky Mr Chas B Jones of Tyrone and May 21 lm WHEAT SKELDON should visit Bald Knob and inspect na Noland ot Taylorton the pike especially this side of the At the Baptist Parsonage on Wednesday May W Easlet by hill They will surely findsome 23 MissRev G F Bagby Mr Wjllis county to Kkhalda Coiuiin all of this thing to do At the residence of the brides mother In this city on Wednesday May is oy Kev o jr uagDy here to Mr Samoel Watson to Miss Bells MoKinney HAVING RECENTLYweESTABLISHED toA COAL Those that went from are prepared furnish Frankfort city ull kinds ot coal on short notice ut the lowest see Barretts show came back all of this Office for the present at H R Williams prices grocery where orders may be left very little wiser than when they May21 2m GAINES McDANIEL left Jo Jo and the little bycycle Attention Contractors rider were the chief attractions mi- Z PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED SEALED undersigned building committee of the The stone blind lady that the United Brothers of Friendship until MONDAY T HAVE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A FEW three 1 boarders for the summer 6 1887 at 12 in June 1st Flag Fork correspondent says has JUNE brick Lodge oclock for for building aon the A limited number will nnd Kbeginningdelightful our order room story M I a Alley Plans place to speml the summer months had her eyesight restored so she corner ot Clinton streetbeand Buffalo barber shop Prices S1D0 per day or 500 per week Special seen at the and specifications can Contractors can thread a darning needle has ot R II Iltgdoupresent buildingmust take Into con prices for families Address on the ground R T P ALLEN never been so but what she could sideration the required for the faithful execution Bond will be Farmdale Ky work and tne right reserved to reject any thread a needle and knit Does of the bids und all H WEISIGER jr not need sight for it If any one M BUTCHER Chmn SPENCER BOOKERSecy H WEISIGER sr can go and see DENNIS ROBINSON BEN RODGERS has a doubt they Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE IV Â¬ FOB W ft t 1 New Coal Firm i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All the members of the Post and others wishing to participate will meet at the Odd Fellows Hall Monday May 30th at 3 oclock p m sharp and from there will march to the cemetery at 4 oclock precisely Past Commander Gen D W Lindsey will read the memorial The Rev G F Bagby services will offer prayer after which a A committee salute will be fired of ladies and members of the Post under the direction of the officer of the day will decorate the graves of our departed comrades The singing will be under the direction of Mr S C Bull Every body is cordially invited to attend By order of Com Â¬ Â¬ mander A I B NORWOOD V Berberich i Adjutant came down last week and moved Dock Lewis tobacco patch off the The people of this commupike can now travel on the pike nity If for the first time in a year this end there is any toll due on of the road we would like to Stoiiey Creek know why for it has been imposRain and mud are all the go out sible to travel on the pike when the mud was from three to ten in the country inches deep The Misses Shackelford were guests of Mr A J Greenwell and Bufordstown family Monday Mt Milton Moore visited LouisEverybody busy plowing corn ville Wednesday with tobacco Measles and mumps are all the price 7 9 10 j4 and 16 cents go Well Uncle Zeke your dear Mr S Buford has his hands cousin is in Lawrenceburg and full to wait on his customers will take your picture if necessary John Hamilton the next sheriff The Snipesville dude passed was visiting here this week through our village on Friday en Mr Morgan Harrod is very route for Lawrenceburg with his sick with pneumonia art gallery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dent of the F F C turnpike ANDREW CASTLEMAN ED HARRIS for themselves THOS SMITH R H HIGDON May 23 Lu KENTUCKYS ROUTE EAST I have This is a dull place FOR Â¬ fears for its future unless someSTEAM BOILER thing can be done to arouse its WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA 5 NEW VDRK NOW IN dormant faculties Can not the TOR SALE laruer boiler USE WILL BE RE- soon nlncHil hv TOE ONLY LIME young friends rouse themselves MiLba sunt kind of amusement May 2 it get up some Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars to pass off time and give a lively SCHOOL rou air to the place Why not some will PERSONS INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED kind of a literary circle that ALL the County Board of Exuralners will 011 be entertaining and a help to our meet at the City School Building In Frankfort pur FBOM next for the We will do our part the 3dof Saturday 18th June for teachers certif community examining applicants pose fourth Saturdays In third icates Lexington So friends let us make an effort at July andAlso on theThere wand be no other examin LouisvilIeCincinnali ill August ations held and all Intending to apply must come least TO- regular days set or be refused The exam on CIEMIEMKIIT NOTICE j SOLID TRAIN Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ the ination will be a written one The fee must be before entering on the examination which Is THOS HUNTER C S S F C ilCJ Muy23 8t WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fusttrulns for NEW TRANSFER LINE THE DIRECT ROUTE TO THAT FRANKFORT THE CAPI BELIEVING suite u city with a population of 10000 ought to und will appreciate a public om Â¬ LYNCHBURG passenger nibus I have purchased 11 nrst class 12 carry pas Â¬ DANVILLE Bus with top seat attached aud will sengers to and from nil trains commencing Mon Â¬ NORFOLK day May 30th at the following prices 25 cents 1 passenger and valise or satchel AND ALL POINTS IN 1 passengeguud 1 trunk cenl8 50 cents 1 passenger iuut 2 trunks 60 cents 1 trunk 2 passengers and YiRfriiu CO cents 2 passengers aud 2 trunks 9 will be charged Children 5 years old und under Where there ure For tickets and further Information apply to 6 cents In addition to above your nearest tlcket olllco several children charges will be reasonable Baggage will be transferred In wagon W W MONROE Fishing parties picnics 4c will receive prompt attention at reasonable ratesBLccKETT Div Pnssr Agent Lexington Ky Telephone 81 H W FULLER W O WIOKHAM Orders may be left at Telephone Exchange NEW w 5TOX3iE2 in en Gan Pass Agt May 28 Sm 2d Vice President tik - r ii i iii i iri-ir- ill f 71 mfri rni i ifiijul iiwwMMwmiii UtrffV1 M t lllJlViTlllJB I I 1iti iii Mi in - dT ygs - ri T riiJT7irirr hi til it ij t 7TrMrn tnmm ima Mb k It r l r Ifo which lasted winter and was very success- Â¬ ful ave no engagements to EDUCATIONAL preach in this city and I am tak THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATi bought from Mrs Addle iurrett admin After an absence of two weeks ing a little rest from my labors Istrntilx Inof Whltcsldes deceased his entire the interest I will be here about a week and we again resume our work in this then I shall make a visit to Georgecolumn CourierJournal May 19 Furniture and Undertaking town Can a political party afford to put itself squarely against popular education And have sold one half interest In my business to Compare this with your purchase i Let every voter remember that next Saturday June 4th is the S day for electing school trustees And hereafter the style of the Arm will be Select the best men in your district for the position regardless of STATEN DEHONEY their religious or political creeds Educational Men Elect And tho business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldcs Stuten No 21H St Clair street We have always believed that May Mt JOS T STATEN undertook to whenever politicians run the schools they would make Coal a botch job out of it and we are now convinced of it Every school KINDS SCREENED office should be separated from ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Full Prompt politics Weight Bottom Prices We visited some of the TennesTelephone connection No 30 see schools during our visit to that State and were very much GEO B pleased with them It would pay some of our teachers to visit the FRANKFORT Y RESTLESSNESS- Dec8 f schools not only in this but in Kft TMICTLV Vf OITABLI ratnTWi rAMiu medicine Ulf other States We have much to learn and much to unlearn COLLINS IBIM1I kind Editor has agreed to Our DEALERS IN give us one column of his paper MM PHILADELPHIA GENERAL to be known as the Childrens ll Price OH E Dollar litHow many of our Corner tle friends will assist us in this As you value perhaps matter Come children let us try package and be health you get thelire examine each sure Genuine See and make this the happiest corner the red Z Trade Mark and the full title of Wrapper and of the paper Look out for the on front and signature of J on the side and Building Material Paints Oil Glass the seal H Zellln all Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT a protracted meeting NOTIGE BUSINESS O R CRUTCH ER -- CO Yi 3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX- - STAPLE - AND - FANCY - GROCERIES 131 St 01aiiU3treet Frankfort Ky Also make a speciality of fe f LOOK OUT I W DEHONEY wi VJ Â¬ DEER1KG TWINE BINDERS AND C MOWERS fii fl WAGON BUGGIES April 80 1 lm prepisiPsiA H Choic Cheap Â¬ Jno T IS -- E3CLc3slesr MACZtLlfr BR0 STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in MtaNA m m 0E funrsllmwnk AND Â¬ IM HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The iV fr t E It 1 Vfr tpljments bestowed upon us and only wish we were more deservCol Ford made a ing of them powerful speech and was applaudComed several times subject pulsory Education Â¬ number of the county teachers present and all felt interested We heartily thank them for all their words of cheer and the com Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases Come fellow teach Association line of Wall Paper and Decorations the next BLUB GRASS ROUTE And at prices that cannot be dupli and at very lowest prices Cor ers let us prepare lor cated ever seen in one House in Broadway aud Lewis Streets school year We wish to see Shortest and Quickest route from Frankfort before Dont for every teacher in the county at get the place KENTUCKY that time as we have matters of CENTRAL ttKNTUCKY FRANKFORT JNO T BUCKLEY importance to lay before them TO ALL POINTS St piair Street Let every one of them be present T7 at our next meeting at the city NORTH EAST WEST MID SOUTHWEST school building ATTORNEY AT LAW FAST LINE BETWEEN Tracy- must Our friend Prof FBANKPOIIT KY excuse us for not answering his LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI PRACTICE IN WILL Franklin Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen generous invitation as we did and Grant counties In the Court or Appeals und In the Federal Court not see it until onr return from SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV atiS86 We will certainly ac- Â¬ Tennessee cept and as soon as we get Manufacturer and Denier in WM CROMWELL things straightened out will let South Hound No 6 No 12 No4 Ex bun Daily Ex Sun Aftorney-at-La- w you know when but please dont Brass Band and call out the Military companies but rather lve Covington 830am 8 25 p m a 00 p m AND m 9 35 P m 3 30 p m Falmoutu 10 03 people especially those have the 11 04 a in 10 24 p m Cynthiani 4 39 p m Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery 11 40 a 10 50 p in 5 15 p Ag beautiful ones you seem to go into Arr Paris Lexington 12 30 p m 11 30 p m 6 10 p in ecstacies about 11 50 a m 10 55 p m 5 20 p m Lve Paris THE OF WILL PRACTICEtheINadjoining COURTS and DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Arr Winchester la 35 p m it 25 p m 6 Q5 p und counties p m 2 00 Richmond 7 15 p m will also Klve special attention to tho purchase We in company with Col T Blaoksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing- and Repairing Promptly Lancaster 5 o p in and sale of real estate collection of rents claims m 0 oc Stanford B Ford attended the Lawrence Ofllce opposite Attended to aud the negotiation of loans 2 00 p m Lve Richmond burg Educational Meeting last Sat- Â¬ Arr Berca p in June Z3 ly 3 20 Agent for Livingston 5 45 p m The Court room was urday E32ST3 I3ST JAS A VIOLETT JAS ANDHEW 8COTT interest manicrowded and much ana No 11 No No 3 SCOTT VIOLETT fested It was said to be the best North Bound Columbus Steam Pumps meeting of the kind ever held in 123 Lewis St Near tho River Frnnkfort Ky J3TSEND FOR PRICE LIST Anderson county We assisted lve Livingston 8 00 a m FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Berea 10 2 a m in organizing a County Teachers PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN 11 45 a m Richmond Franklin und adjacent counties OFFICE Up There were a large Arr Stanford Association 11 20 a m Lve Â¬ -F- next paper The second Saturday in June is the time for the regular meeting of the Franklin County Teachers Co as in the above Unoother genuine fac- - simile Remember there Simmons Liver Regulator Lime Cement Blacksmiths OF- - STOCK GRATES Kentucky Central Railroad ani Wazon Makers Material STOVES Iron Field Seeds Harness and a tine new eb-24-tf F MAJOR -- sHHBbP - Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotoir BOILERS STEW ENGINE 1 111 111 Heal Estate ent 111 - Â¬ jJ13ID ATLAS s7 soxxjEjir oe3ks MATTERNSI CAPITAL Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Lve Lexington Falmouth Arr Covington 8 11 11 00 Â¬ Pam Cvnthiana m m m 6 05 a m m 715am 3 20 u m 8 00 a m 2 45 p m 7 25 a m 3 30 p m 3 59Pm 8 59 a m 4 47 P m 10 o a m 0 00 p m JI35am a a 1 30 p 245 p stairs in the Duvall Building Jan 22 tf H G DR J 6 45 S COLLINS j 45 p m 85am 3 40 p m 417pm 518pm pro DElSTTIST MAIN OPP OFFICE Teeth STREET withoutRODMANthe pain by extruded use of Nltrouse Oxide or luughlng gas L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH T3a 51 Daily North Bound Lve Lve Lve Arr Covington Lexington 785 a 842 005 957 1035 County Superintendent Lx Sun Ex Sun 2 oop m 425pm Diily ptfeiSIPifii 1 la fife ART GALLERY mBsSWtttiilitei 3sgS5ByU MAIN STREET IfSsialMslsilfW 342 COMPTOU Greatly Excited Not a few of tho citizens of Prank fort have recently became greatly ex- Â¬ cited over the astounding facts that several of their friends who had been pronounced by their physicians in- Â¬ curable ana beyond all hope suffer- Â¬ ing with that dreuded monster Con Â¬ sumptionhave been completely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the only remedy that does postively cure all throat and lung diseases Coughs Colds Piri Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr lohnso sville 8 15 9 a a a a 48p m 612 p m 5 520pm 7c6p m 7 MACKLIN PORTRAITS IN CRAYON AND ALSO FKOPKIETOnS South Bound Daily Ex Sun 633 a 7 25 a 7 47 a 8 15 a 910 a 15 a 3 55 No 54 Daily Ex Sun 4P m m Elkhorn Roller Mills DAVE PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Sizes at Beduoed Price THK tfULL LveMaysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington a m m in m m m m 1250P 129P 2 33 p 246P m m m HOLLER SYSTEM AND MANUFACTUBE 6 lop m 6 oop rp lt5Pm R ROGERS DEALEIt IN- ss - nftnra9RJi37OTfi1KlraiSl WUihMMMHMIMHHMBMBaaBW - Asthma and Bronchitis Trial Bottles free at Jos Le Comptos Drug Storq Large size 1 bottles 100 George O Barnes arrived in the city yesterday morning and is stoppingwith his son Rev William C Barnes at Last No 92 Fourth avenue evening he said I have come from Tupelo Miss where I have just concluded The Rev No 45 leavs Lexington 800 p m arrive ParU 842 p m NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connections made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Vi and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent oi the company or S F B MORSE D A FEELEY Gen Passr Agt Tmv Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky Six of the best grades of trie best Plour made in the World Office MKaMBa21U21ilIakU9l VHVYEVWV COMPLETE LINE OF Â¬ warcroom Broadway opp Capitol Square FU Til C FRANKFORT L Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of HORSEBACK COFFINS CARDS NEATLY EXECUTED Shirts Made to Order A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET Ii BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY BUILDINO LOT 50 DY 835 OR 840 offered for sale at u bargain For 1 ebUG tf terms upply at tola office H E HUNTINGTON Receiver Ky Genoral Offices Covington THIS OKPIOE All the latest style furniture constantly In stock May 8 1 v AfiOOD Ifo a 41wl 44 V x - -- tk VtKI StRb j -- FW t fit MJ -- ii