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The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOZED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X Letter from Zeke Yocum Possum Ridge THE DEMOCRAT FRANKFOET Indians Election excepted times alone in the land KY JUNE 4 1887 belong This creates confusion and trouble Teachers remember that next Saturday is the day for the County Teachers Association to meet We wish every teacher in the county to be present at that time Business of interest to all Teachers and friends we must put our shoulders to the wheel and start the car of Education on the up grade Let us try and get on without the Drones and Poli- Â¬ We must work more ticians and talk less School district No 14 Lees town has the handsomest and most comfortable school house in the county Other districts would do well to pattern after this The Messrs Crighton Mur- Â¬ trustee ray and Caplinger deserve and no doubt will receive the thanks of every one in the district for the part they have taken and the interest shown in the matter School population of Franklin county exclusive of the city of Â¬ Number 38 Flag Fork The clatter of marbles is heard Bro Sam Aynes is engaged in writing epitaphs for tombstones Our ladies department in commerce is unusually active for the times Â¬ Owen Co May 26 1887 REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON RELIGION J AND MORALS Churches advertised some time REYNARD ago were not sold from the fact YOCUM MR BY ZEKE there were no bidders LEGISLATURE OF that ABUSES THli Executions all returned no propC KNOTT KENTUCKY AND GOV erty found and no bidders My Darling Ncphciv The devil has administered on all I went to your city for the pur property of that kind nose of hcarincr Mr Fountain T FRANKLIN COUNTY Reynard make a speech on proI was well pleased with hibition Duvall and Scott are making a him until he began abusing us vigorous canvass It is commonly He praised the party reported here that Scott once Democrats for passing the Cow Bill and voted for a Black Republican abused the best Governor Ken- I cant believe it I dont believe tucky ever had with perhaps in the doctrine of falling from fifteen or twenty exceptions for grace I believe if a man has vetoing said Cow Bill The man ever been soundly converted by that strikes Knott insults Zeke the spirit of the great Democratic He charged the Democrat party party it is impossible for him to with taking more care of short- Â¬ apostatise at least it looks that horn calves than they did of the way Duvall wants the glass citizens of Kentucky which may blowers to make larger bottles be true when there is no election Zeke is acquainted with some peoon hand Im thoroghly con- ple who would be better off if vinced that Buckner Beck Dic- there had never been any bottles Companys love cant be or anything to put in bottles tate surpassed from now until the Can you tell me what has beAugust election The Generals come of the gas well If all the tender love for his countrymen citizens of Frankfort had as much induced him to surrender Fort energy as Mr E P Bryan Donelson Im afraid that love Frankfort would boom will induce him to do the same Will the railroad be built I hope not Franklin county would do well to thing with Bradley Mr Fox is a pleasant speaker colonize and send to Mexico some but I dont think he ought of the voters for being opposed to Doubtless my railroad tax When the country to be elected you are anxious to people want pikes made they apdear nephew hear your uncles reasons for peal to the people of Frankfort thinking that Mr Fox ought not who respond to their appeals libI will be plain erally to be elected Now that Frankfort wants with you my dear boy and tell a railroad the same poor fellows The stillhouses and bar- Â¬ who begged money for pikes reyou rooms are the only means by which fuse their aid Vote the tax the Democrats can hold the State Build the railroad Stand up and Whisky has been the only cause help E P Bryan with his boring of our success in the State for gas The Capitol will be per Â¬ For the last twenty years still manently located money appro- Â¬ houses and bar rooms redeemed priated for a new State House the State from Black Republican Elect E P Bryan mayor of the rule and filled the State Treasury city Frankfort will double itself with so much money that it puts iii five years No more for this my old friend Dictate to so much time I will be in the city soon Im ouble having vaults made Zeke Yocum ifraid his health will be impaired He ought to have an assistant This is in his arduous duties Sun Jones Electing suggestion from personal simply a The committee for the Jones considerations for Mr Tate is not afraid to meeting has secured the beautiful Gen Buckner His business blue grass pasture belonging to meet Mr Bradley is pressing him and in addition Mrs Oldham just in the edge of to this the Democratic Central town in which to hold the meet Â¬ Committee will not allow Gen ing Buckner to meet Bradley on ac- Â¬ The pasture contains thirty acres count of the Generals health of ground all beautifully carpeted Bnghts Disease of the Kidneys is with blue grass and contains thirty The He Buckner is so or forty large oak t trees r uigerous to Mr Bradley in telling ground is rolling and has a fine kind him to go ahead and make his pond of stock water and a large Im willing well of water for the use of the own appointments to admit that thing of the Central people The ground has been subCommittee grooming their candi divided for the various necessities date is something new but I of the meeting Three acres have affirm again that Buckner is not been let to a firm who will erect stalls to feed stock for people who afraid of Bradley Five acres have been re desire SUELRV COUNTY NEWS served and racks will be erected Primary election is over and all for free hitching and storing of veFour acres have been of the Robinson men will have to hicles bow their necks to the yoke of the reserved for tenting ground so if moneyed clique of Shelbyville any desire to come and erect tents Now this is about as hard on a beautiful ground is at their dispo- Â¬ those men as Sut Lovingoods sal The trees of the pasture fur dog was on his daddy Stand it nish ample room for spreading boys it will be the making of Mr dinners and every possible need The clique say they can of all who come can be supplied Long buy you with a small quantity of Let this be an occasion for God Fester Gutt Whisky and Money and the redemption of our people Come there is ample I was in hopes that the com- Â¬ from sin munion service held with Camp room and everything possible for Methodists your comfort Will all papers in Baptists bellites would have a good adjoining counties please publish and Catholics effect but alas for all earthy this statement or such parts of it Shelbyvilles blue bloods as are necessary for the information hopes pay about as much attention to of the people The exact date of Benson and her people as Mr the meeting will be published in a Henry County Local Cleveland pays to the Feegee few weeks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PARTY VINDICATED Â¬ bard offered a moderate price for his unpublished satiies Dennis Onan Esq of Flat Creek owns a priceless brindle that makes him an annual gift of twin calves One of our many handsome widows is about to get a patent on a rat trap The bachelors begin to fUir and tremble The peasants of Trimble on looking out on their snow white fields of briars would decline to swap wealth with Jay Gould Mr Andrew Carr of Polsgrove has invented a spinning jenny for which he will apply for a patent The machine spins 600 yards of six ply thread in ten seconds Is it for a brother or a sister inquired the Rev James Graves of an Irishman this morning who was digging a grave by the roadside Feath an shure sur the devil a bit of kin is she to me at al at al sur twisting up an eye at the minister as he leaned oti his spade Polsgrove was up in arms last week waging war on mad dogs Mr John Harrod had a yellow pup which from some cause became fiercely rabid He worried 21 dogs one cat some hens and scratched the hands of some chil- Â¬ dren before he was slain About 14 of the worried are in close confinement awaiting the result of the ninjth day is Â¬ Â¬ This village is incomplete without a millinery store Such a department is solicited Mr James Harp the Sandriffle PURELY VEGETABLE It acta with extraordinary efficacy on tha i TIVER KlDNEYSf - and Bowels AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR filalurln Bowel Complaints Dyspepsia Sick Ileudnche Constipation lilUousness Kidney AfTcctlons Jaundice Mental Depression Colic No Housouoia Should be Without It nnd by belnKkeptrendy for Immediate use will suno many nn hour of suirerlnsr and many a dollar In tlmo and doctors bills THERE IS BUT Frankfort Whito males ONE females Colored mules females 1021 1781 3705 239 231 SIMONS on LIVER REGULATOR 4 Z Prepared only by CO Sole Proprietor See that you get the genuine with red JHZEILIN Philadelphia Pa front of Wrapper FIUCE 8100 520 4225 What if we could assemble all school children of the county in We are one grand mass meeting almost tempted to try it Who will help us LHPTE CHER AND- - SOUTH FRANKFORT KY County Superintendent DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT lee Cream Soda Water with fresh Carpen Â¬ fruit syrups at LeCompte ters A 37 Sporting Mans Ex Â¬ perience OF A CHAPTER FROM THE LIFE OF T MMULLAX OF COUIXTH MISS -- J DEUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS Our country cousin sat in the parlor for full twenty minutes without his moving either lips or VVal Peggy Jane you chair aint nothin but a yellow bastard And she flounced into her mothers room leaving the unlucky loon You whittling away at a stick me for a possum if I may shoot didnt miss that pretty word It mother told me to tell her was something about her looking Wal I recn like an alabaster Ill go up to big Bens and see about that mule trade Mr Eli McDaniel our political economist defines State Rights in Any Slate not Yan this shape kee can grant a royal charter to my confederate ring of not less than five loyal members who shall take absolute control of the State One member however finances shall- be chosen by acclamation see Lord Watterson in Courier Journal who shall preside over the public treasury during his life and at his death he shall bequeath millions of State liabilities to his succeeding heirs Â¬ - Mr McMullun is one of the best known chicken and dor functors in the South His coops and kennels are filled with the fiuet specimens of rame chickens and well bred sporting dois For ninny veins of his life he had a serious misfortune which lie ex Â¬ plains in the following letter which a No tells what wu- - the unlucky mans PRESCRIPTIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EDUCATIONAL We regret that our friend Prof J B Lea has left us having re We moved to Shelby county hope however that our loss is his We shall meet but we gain shall miss him The school districts in this Â¬ real Mascott You will pardon me fur address Â¬ Carefully compounded Patent Medicines ing you on a Mihjcet on which I Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes know you must net numerou if not innumerable totters but grttittuto WHY NOT prompts me to tell you about what I regard my nnwt remarkable cmv of rheumatism by your S S S For ten years 1 su tiered with rheumatism I ImdLybout saturated my entire body Goods I had pains in every pirt of it My left leg was the worit aUocted Even to day though 1 am entirely well my left leg is a little smaller than the right shrivelled from rheumatism For five years 1 may Miy that I was in danger of starvation from inability to work at my trade on account of this terrible dNeiwe When I came to Corinth from Alabama I was on crutches for two years Of course Within Franklin Uountyj during all of these sad years I was by good physicians They attended gave me powerful does of potasn WHY NOT BUY OF and Miaparilla which did relieve me some for awhile but I got no permanent relief until by a friends Ki McCLURE Ri persuasion 1 used S S S I deter Â¬ mined from the benefit I received from the iirt few bottles to take a ST CLAIR STEET thoiough course of your medicine I took about one dozen of the and Specific When 1 began taking the WHY NOT medicine I weighed 1U0 pounds and when I finished the thirteenth bottle I weighed 27 pounds and 1 weigh THE FINE HQL5TEIN FRIESIAN SULL nV The Finest The Latest Styles The uheapest otock coun- Â¬ In ty need remodeling badly some cases districts overlap each other so that neither trustees nor patrons know to what district they that yet 1 regard your medicine as the poor mans best friend if he will only Aggie Jessies Netherland take it in time and thus save him from extravagant doctors bills and UK PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM preserve his health With gratitude WILL number of cons during the r eitou ol lb7 nt my farm on Owen turnpike one mile and best wishes J remain from KriuiKfort obedient servant Your ol 1 AkkIo Jessies Netherlmul H F II I No btfl comes from two of the best families ot T J McMullvx his rueo whoso record both for milk ami butter Corinth Miss Feb 17th 1S87 Is as kooiI us that of un breed or ftmll of cattle Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ known He Is of lino sUo and well formed and Is In excellent condition Terms for tho sea on eases mailed free The Swift Specific Co Drawer a duo at time ot service 300L U MARSHALL ApiliaKJm Atlanta Ua p Personals Ctnt Louis I Crnlir of Mirtwny was in this city this week Mr Virgil Ilewett wont down to Louisville Thursday evening Mr II S Uanta of Louisville is visiting his parents in this city Miss Corinne Blackburn is the guest of Miss Rose Stewart Mrs L P Tarlton spent several days this week in Lexington Miss Lucy Stockton returned Mon Â¬ day from a visit to West Virginia Col John Mason Brown was in the city on legal business on Wednesday Col Sand B Churchill of Louis ville has been in the city this week Miss Sunbeam Hempstead is visit Â¬ ing at Judge Craddocks South Side ir jnmis r uluk iiiiu win- - wi 01 Louis are visiting relatives in the Â¬ city has been visiting in the city tins week has been in the city on legal business this week Miss Nellie Saunders went down to Louisville ou Thursday to the Opera Mr J Ed Kershaw of Lexington H M Winslow EsqofCarrollton Festival Mrs Wm McEnnis left on Wed Â¬ nesday to visit her mother in Pen sylvan in MissMnmie Green returned last week from a pleasant visit to friends in Danville Mrs O R Crutcher of this city js visiting Mrs Mary Moore of George- Â¬ town tend the great revival meeting N Mr Penn Morris of the L R R is visiting his parents Dr and Mrs Wm Morris this county Mr Mr Chas E Nelson of Silver creek Ky was in the city on busi Â¬ ness on Thursday Miss Maggie Richards is visiting the family of her uncle Judge A E Richards South Side Mr and Mrs A W Martin re Â¬ turned Saturday from a lengthy vis- Â¬ it to New York City Mrs J C Morton and Miss Sallie Jackson are visiting Mrs Anna Troutman in Eminence Mrs W H Jeffries left Thursday afternoon for a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville Messrs James E Darnell and M J Meagher returned Wednesday from a trip to the East Mrs J B Campbell and daughter of Cincinnati are visiting Mrs D Griffin on Main street Mrs Judge Geo R McKee of Covington is visiting her mother and sisters in this city Rev Dr J M Lewis was in the citv Tuesday and Wednesday to at Â¬ of the Superior Court left for his home in Carlisle county on Thursday Mr W R Watson of Indianapo Â¬ lis Ind has been visiting his mother and brother in this city this week W C Herndon Esq spent Sun dav in Lexington visiting his sister Mrs John Morgan South Broadway Miss Lottie Starling Mrs Cowan and Miss Fannie Williams left Thurs Â¬ day morning for a visit to Louisville Mr and Mrs Geo A Lewis at Â¬ tended the commencement exercises at Eminence College on Thursday last Mr Ed Stanton has resigned his clerkship in the Post Office to accept a place with Messrs E Hensley Son Mrs Geo T Graddy and daughter Miss Nellie of Spring Station were on a visit to friends in town this John ECain Sergeant-at-Arm- s week KH fef who has been very ill with pneumonia is slowly but surely re- Â¬ covering J T Winn Esq late represent Â¬ ative from Clarke county was in the city the first of the week on legal Chiles business Little Sam Chiles son of R T Mrs Albert A Stoll of Louisville who has been visiting her sister Mrs James Rodman jr returned home yesterday Miss Carrie Blakemore who has been visiting the Misses Williams South Side returned home on Thurs Â¬ day evening Bond of Lawrence Miss burg who has been visiting her sister Mrs Dr Collins Main street has returned home Miss Lizzie Edwards of Versailles passed through our city on Thursday on her way to attend the Opera Fes Â¬ tival in Louisville Dr John D Woods and Esquire Pat McDonald attended the meeting of the Kentucky Press Association in Louisville Thursday Mrs E L Samuel and Mis R M We call the attention of our readers to the decision of the Superior Court in regard to trespassers upon railroads in another column As a great many per Â¬ sons arc in the habit of walking upon the railroad track in the vicinity of this city they will find by reading the opinion that the rail- Â¬ hiOur doubts are road company is not responsible for injury which may come to And make us lose Rood we oft might win them while so engaged If they jsy rearing to will persist in so doing they take the risk themselves and will have We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and to be careful to get out of the way failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger Â¬ Messrs Charles Denson of Louis- of all moving trains still will bo the vain regrets of those who have n little money now and fail to invest ville and Robert Wilson of Frank Â¬ it here because they hnve been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul Tho country Â¬ lin Indiana spent Sunday and Mon The monstrous charge brought is just beginning to realize what St Paul hns done in late years and what a future day in this city the guests of Mr W There in tho H Jeffries against Prof W J Simmons D it has before it propertyisis no city cheap Union with its size business and future prospects where near ns The following comparative Btntemont of real estate values obtained from lead Rev Dr F H Kerfoot of Louis Â¬ D President of the State Univer- Â¬ ing conservative agencies in tho respective cities during April 1887 speaks for iteelf ville came up to be present at the sity colored at Louisville by the close of the great Baptist meeting on Population Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Â¬ Wednesday night and left for Mid discharged matron Miss Swindler Business Property Acreage per acre Residence way Thursday morning Chicago 0000 700 750000 7000 seems to have fallen to the ground Buff nlo 240000 3G0 8000 2000 Mrs Maggie Clark and daughter for COO 8500 227000 1500 want of support The faculty Cleveland Miss Nannie of Bourbon county are 1G5000 1500 200 3000 visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss and students both male and fe- Milwaukee Detroit 2000 155000 300 3000 Belle Giltner in this city 1 10000 2000 800 3500 male have signed a paper exoner- Minneapolis St Paul 1200 300 140000 2000 Hon L M Martin and wife of 105000 800 3500 5000 uyntmana who nave been visiting ating him and denouncing her Kansas City 800 00000 150 300 Mrs Ms parents Judge W P D The secret in the matter seems to Indianapolis Omaha 78000 1200 150 5000 Bush and wife in this city returned be that she is a violent dictatorial Toledo 1100 100 50000 1000 home yesterday morning 1000 100 20000 1500 woman without conscientious Duluth Mr J V H Thomas of Danville who has been visiting his daughter scruples who failing to rule deThe Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen- Â¬ Mrs J A Coons and attending the Such a charge tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and the great Baptist meeting left for termined to ruin Louisville Friday morning preferred under such circumstances have n common corporation line between them therein Thee cities which in 1880 bad only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly We regret to learn that Mrs is a crime against the race for nearer 150000 eaoh and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than over Kate G Egbert wife of Mr Chas which no punishment would be Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home We regret exceed- Â¬ in the territory immediately tribntary to T Egbert is quite seriously ill too severe with heart trouble at her home in ingly that our correspondent Pepper Pod should have taken this county a newspaper rumor for truth and We are glad to learn that Mrs helped to circulate a foul slander Jos L Rodman who Has been very ill for some time has so far From Sleepy Hollow Â¬ recovered as to leave for LouisEsq Dan Moore arrived safe at Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it ville on Tuesday morning on a home on Saturday night after voting to submit the railroad ques- The Third Railroad Centre in the United States visit to her sisters tion to the people but he has Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati kept close since He says he did The completion this year of the Minneapolis Banlt Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will specialist is at the Capital Hotel what he thought was right He give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put and ready to receive patients If carrt see why he should put his it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast you are afflicted with any of the foot down on Frankfort when she is trying to rise and shake off her diseases enumerated in his ad- Â¬ sleepy lethargy that she has been fit trie lean of Navigation on Mississippi vertisement by all means go and indulging in so long He says it is true that Frankfort has always And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of tho see him favored the building of all neces- Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more Mr R H Nicols new delivery sary turnpikes in all parts ol the and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still fields for its trade wagon is a perfect jem of beauty county and now its her turn to largerincreasing and already immense wholesale centre of Its great manufactures are the it is rapidly becoming the daily and is the handiwork of Mr ask the county to help build her Chas T Egbert who as an artist railroad and he is for it tooth and toe nail in that line is heard to beat He INDUSTRIES Dan went to the depot and has made some beautiful pictures found Bro Laz Hulett hot for the Laz says it will beneand if he could devote his whole railroad There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent tirre to works of art would soon fit every man living in the county All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city May you live are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and Hurrah for Laz make an enviable reputation most rapidly developing part of tho United States St Paul and Minneapolis long and die easy Dan Moore has a new patent Notice fence birch bark and brush BE ONE IMMENSE CITY There will be a meeting of the Dan is a road and internal im- Â¬ WILL SOON Republican County Committee in provement man from way back By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material the grand jury room in the Court- But some of our people cant see of the citys situation certain far ahead as they can smell condition by thebeen triedpromise experience city growthand surroundings by every house on Monday afternoon next as which has St Paul feels assured that of the be enlightened on proof of prosperity nowin need to npon the city is to witness changes more astounding and the era at 2 oclock A full attendance They subjects more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of some of the members is desired Billy Bryant says Dan always nil whose good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac with E M Dkane No quaintedhave a her institutionsof Southern customers and all their investments have fotes for every thing No We largo number Ciairman Billy There are a good many either tieen sold out at a largo profit in some canes things he does not indorse The work on the improvements Plenty of good rains lately and of the Methodist Church have tobacco setting is all the go here Hunflrefl and will be 1 he crop will be small this year been commenced Corn looks well pushed forward as rapidly as pos- Â¬ Quit Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate judgment Messrs sible by the contractors here is sure to net the owner from This will Buckley Brawner Notice ABTXTTTM necessitate the obtaining of some TO There will be an election held in other place for the holding of the Leestown district for three School Sunday school prayer meeting Trustees on Saturday June 4 1887 ROBT B FRANKLIN ODIN G CLAY and church services of which due A F Chiciiton Chairman Attest announcement will be made Â¬ Â¬ Aldridge left Thursday morning for a visit to Mrs Emma Blanton in Indianapolis Indiana Dr and Mrs S E James who have been visiting the Doctors mother near Lexington returned home Monday morning Mr Jos B Lewis was summoned to Versailles yesterday morning on account of the dangerous illness of his youngest child Alex Thornton Mrs James Rodman jr and daughter Little Miss Lettie left Thursday morning for a visit of sev eral weeks to relatives in Louisville Mis Florence Barlow of Versailles who lias been visiting Mrs Col John F Davis and attending the Baptist revival returned home on Thursday morning NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment the attempt traitors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ STPflULSiniTIEHSETRflDE Â¬ tie Â¬ m m m mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tnree 26 Per Ceni Per Hnnum 100 PER CENT FEB Jas A Murray Serfy Geo W Daniel Claim Agent has received notice from the Commissioner of Pensions that Certificate No 884 was issued on the 1 6th day of May 1887 in favor of Newton Dean private in Company F 16th Regular U S Infantry Mexican War at the rate of 8 per month from the 29th ofJanuary 1887 This is the second pension certificate granted to a survivor of the Mexican War re- Â¬ siding in Franklin county under A full lino of act of 29th of January 1887 Weitzel Capt Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING zf-a-tt- sir i- ivdiiisrisrEsoa REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Rank of Kentucky State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort Planters National Bank Branch Bank of Kentucky Richmond Va Ky Frankfort P D for sale by The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn may28 iy ODonuell 3 Religious At a recent commencement of The Salvation Army struck our The Best citv on Saturday night So far The great revival meeting at the the Kentucky Militaty Institute Waterproof they have not made much of Baptist Church in this city was the following degrees were conCoat sensation brought to a close on Wednesday ferred viz TliaFIsnBIUNDBLTCKEniJwTntelwatrrroor ana win fcep you dry In com and ths harden ttnrm Tlie nevf roMMPt SUCKER It a ftrfect The degree of Bachelor of Arts Unwaro rmiilne rnr tlw ntl9 nnddlflunitrattil of imltatlootfree Nona JTowcr without tho Tlah Time and money saved by night Rev Dr H M Wharton on Catalogue lloilon Maia llrand tratc raark John H Allen of Orlando I la for his home in Baltimore using the New Era Clothes leaving on Thursday morning His co- Jay Cooke Allen of Orlando Washer For sale by Gray ing SjOooo fifty thousand dollars said worker the sweet singer of Israel Fla John W Gaines of Ken- Couldnt Hear It Tliuncler bonds shall be issued and delivered of the to 33 Church An Rev A S Williamson also left tucky Howard Neely of Tcnnes Weeksinteresting letter from Mr John W undersigned jr to its order And for the issued nnd of Home superintendent of DeKnlb Pnupor amount oftoall such bonds so payment of cents worth of for his home in Louisville the same see Jno W R Williams By purchasing 25 delivered the undersigned in From a feeling of gratitude nnd a de said subscription Kentucky Jo L Weitrell of Ken the undersigned shall cigars at Mrs b J Bohannan s day sire to benefit othors I voluntarily make isue mill deliver as provided for in its net you will obtain a chance in a raffle this statement I have great reason to of incorporation approved March 23d Notihng like it has ever been tucky The degree of Master of Arts bo thankful that I ever heard of D B B 1S77 the same amount in certificates ol watch for a fine gold witnessed in this community be as I know what a blessing it ha been to full paid slocks in the undersigned 2 That m part or portion of the said fore It embraced all classes and on James B Lea of Kentucky me I have suffered with Bronchial Ca Rev Dr G C Kelly of this bonds or of years tarrh The degree of Bachelor of ago I for a number of o ore Six months anil delivered their proceeds so to he issued was taken with in payment of said subscrip pain in right city delivered the Baccalaureate conditions in its all sweeping English on Hugh C Allen of ear which in a few days began to dis tion hall at anv time be used in payment course old the middle aged The sermon before Science Hill Female charge matter with terrible and almost directly or indirectly in whole or in part I and the young all alike shared in Missouri Daulton P Arnold of unbearable palpitation and all sorts of of any indebtedness of the undersigned Seminary on Sunday last In ton eist its blessings The proportion of Kentucky Norman E C Holden noises in my head dischargedays after the that3 may nowthe undersigned will after its commencement of in That C my ear I began to grow deaf nnd pain six first cash dividend shall he declared of Orlando Fla Satruel The contract for furnishing win those in the prime of life was uiv and in oil weeks I was so deaf that I could not hear presentation at its office of the stock certifi Lackey jr of Texas dow awnings at the Government usually large thunder cates issued under the provisions of the The degree of Bachelor of NatI was then compelled to use conversa 25th section of its charter issue stock there Building in this city has been One striking feature of the meet tion tube and it was often that I could for to those to whom such certificates were awarded to Judge R E Gaines ing was the absence of all secta ural Scienceton Jacob H Stumpt not hear with the tube I then com Usued or their representatives or assigns menced taking B BB and tho running of 4 That in the event this proposition is rian feeling all denominations of Kentucky my ear ceased in live weeks and can now submitted to the vote of the county and ladies found time and vicing with each other in their The The degree of Bachelor of Com- hear without the tube My general health carried and the said subscription made in No wear upon the has money saved the undersigned and feel earnest and prayerful attention to mercial Science on William L liko improved palpitation ceased the bone conformity thereto the construction ofbinds being to body from using New Era Clothes the message of Divine love as it Courtney of Missouri Arthur P fit I a newreceived and appreciate mnde in itself in commence and to complete said have from B B B road good faith the Church Atlanta Ga with gratitude to God and same from Frankfort to a point on the CinWashers See Gray Bryson of Tennessee fell from the lips of the grand and thankf lness to the Proprietors for such a cinnati Southern Railway at or near 38 medicine yet humble and earnest man of A certificate of excellency in all who nro I cheerfully recommend it to Georgetown Ky within two years from m ufllicted with deafness and ca the date of said subscription and to Paris The Board of Trade will meet God His appeals were so affec Book keeping on Noel Gaines of tarrh Try it persevere in its use and Ky within thirty months from said date you will be convinced of its value 5 That none of the bonds herein be on Tuesday evening next at 8 tionate and tender that eyes long Kentucky John W Wkekh fore mentioned shall be issued and deliv Cadet R H McKee of Ken- Superintendent DoKalb Pauper House ered as aforesaid until the mortgage exe oclock and on every Monday unused to weep were suffused with Decatur Ga May 1 1880 cuted by the undersigned to the Central two tears and lips more used to swear tucky won the first medal for evening after that for the next Trust Company of New York dated Janu were atuned to earnest prayer and Declamation ary 1st 18S3 be cancelled and released Briglits Disease months and said release recorded in the County Cadet Thompson Hardin of songs of praise for that great love Ihavo been a sufferer from Kidney and Court Clerks office of this county You cannot fail to buy one of wherewith he hath loved us Kentucky won the second medal Bladder troubles for several years I 6 The line of the said railroad snail be have lately had what is termed Brights located as near to the Forks of Flkhorn as the New Era Clothes Washers for Declamation The fruits of this meeting will Disease and have had considerable swell in the judgment of the chief engineer of Gray after you sec it work Lieut Sam C Lackey of ing of my legs and shortness of breath the undersignecshall be reasonably prac long be felt in this community in The urea has poisoned my blood also I ticable having due regard to the cheap38 Clfurch will explain the cause of Christianity and mor- Texas won the medal for oratory secured and am using B B B Botnnic ness of construction and directness of Bbod Balm and find it acts po oefiilly route This the 28th day of May 1SS7 Zeke ality Col old Reb That and iviy quickly and I am delighted with The Frankfort Constable Franklin Moore of its effects I had previously used a largo Ralroad Paris Georgetown As the direct fruits of the meetCompany by Yocum the sage of Hatton sent WM LINDSAY President Bald Knob precinct this county quantity of various advertised remedies in a handsome contribution of ing g were added to the Baptist and several eminent physicians also wait And it is further ordered that proper brought Thomas Brewer to the ed on me but B B B stands at tho top poll bools shall be prepared by the County flowers for the soldiers graves on Church 77 by baptism and 16 by Court Clerk and delivered to the officers John H letter while nearly as many more jal in this city Saturday morning Rock Creek Ala May 4 188G Martin of each voting place which shall have each Monday ruled in and ether have or will unite with the and placed him in the keeping of All who desire full information about pagefirst columnthree columns Votersheaded Names of the the by Dr J A WiUams on the charge of tho cause Jailer Lecture other churches in the city nnd cure of Blood Poisons second For the Railroad Subscription Broadus brother-in-lamurdering his John Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers and the third Against the Railroad SubDr Wharton bears And the following are the Dr John A Broadus of Louis- him the earnest prayers away with T Downey is twenty Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints scription Brewer and God Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a ville will lecture at the Baptist bless you of our whole commu- - two years of age a mere youth in copy of our 32 pnge Illustrated Book of officers to hold said election and W II Court house Peter Jelt Wonders filled with the most wonderful Posey judges J II Pattie clerk Church on the night of June 9th nitv appearance who three months ago and startling proof ever befo o known Market house R U Jilson and John A rare opportunity to hear a Address BLOOD BALM CO Tobin judge- - Thos J Harris clerk Dr Hall has upon exhibition at married an eighteen year-old GT hotuc J r Deakins and William uti Ga wonderful man Toe sae by W H AVERILl his drug store a natural curiosity daughter of John Gordon a farWin II Murray clerk Flynn juil May Mm Folks of Elkhoru Isaac Wingate and mer who lives near Harpers FerGeo M McLaughlin who will in the shape of a humming birds A W Macklin judges Ben Head clerk Peak s Mill L Hannon and T N Sul be remembered as the circus rob- nest It has the appearance of a ry in Henry county Downey was livan judges Llewellyn Church clerk Railroad Election Notice Illoointigion James Carr and Joe Du ber sent up from this county was hollow knot on the end of a twig about thirty years of age and has Mrs Brewers sisvall judge John Dates clerk County Court in a revolt of convicts on Upon examination what seemed been married to killed Franklin Bridgeport Joseph Robinson and James Saturday May aSth 1SS7 Russell judges W H Hall clerk the Cincinnati and Big Sandy rail- to be a knot is found to be a close- ter for upwards of seven years On motion of Mr William Lindsay the Cedar Run Scott Brown and E O road near Augusta Ky Thurs- ly woven nest covered with tre Both Brewer and Downey were folorting order was adopted viz Hawkins judges D F Rogers clerk held It thai an election moss and lined with a most exquis earning their livelihood by tilling this is ordered the several votingbe places in lidd Knob John Thompson and G V day of last week of county at judges Albert Violett clerk m fine and velvety substance the same farm in Henry county the precincts of tlie county on Wednesday Hanod Creek itely Flat Jno II Moore and Theo which 1SS7 ruECru day uv There will be no preaching at like satin or silk Swung upon a and Brewer claims that Downey qualified voters of July countyatshall lie the Carr judges C H Vaught clerk al this D Moore and lleiison the Methodist Church to morrow twig the eye could not detect the went to his house during his ab lowed to vote upon the question whether judges L PJ Hulelt clerk David Moore this each on account of the condition of the difference between the nest and a sence and forced his wife to submit stock court shall subscribe to the capital The of the Paris Georgetown Frankfoit several judges of the election at placesof the piecinets or voting are knot on the twig in behalf of church and the absence of the to his hellish passions three times Railroad Company for and directed to ask or cause to be asked each county the amount of stock speeded in hours About sun this request of said company filed in this voter Are you for or against the sub pastor Sunday school however tlie Send word to Gray Church in as many railroad and to see that will be held at 930 a m It is and have them bring one of the down Friday afternoon he loaded court upon the terms an uinditions as scription to the the votes are recorded as the voters may specified in said request wiich nid icquest thought that after a few days the Great Clothes Washers and ex his gun an old fashioned smooth- is in the word and figures as billow viz answer or direct and to certify the poll bocks according lo law regular services may be resumed plain it and you would not be bore shot gun went out to the To the Honorable County Couit of Franklin A copy County m N D SMITH Attest field where Downey was at work The undersigned a enrpotation created Clerk C F C C without it 3S A Jttoon to tlie People and propeily orgmized under the shot him in the side and then ami dulythe Common wepitli of Kentucky laws of The New Era Clothes Washer Whitewashing the fences around beat him over the head with the respectfully request that as pmvidi1 for makes clothes last double the ihe public school has been finsubmit to din barrel He came to his fa by law the honoiahle court shall countv at the qualified voers of FrnJin time saves labor See it work ished the grass has be n cut and thers in this county Friday night an eljelion to be held on a day to be ticd and you will not be without one the trees have put out new and Saturday morning surrendered by the court not less than thirty nor more than sixty days after the order thiiefur is Gray Church are sole agents branches and foliage tich and himself to Constable Moore He made by tin- couit the question wlutlier Â¬ 1 k3k SLICKER A Â¬ Â¬ rMHiR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 38 of Normandy will be presented to our citizens by Prof Graham on Tuesday June 14 at the Opera House The cream of the local musical talent will take part assisted by Mr Matthews a fine tenor singer from Lexington This will no be a rare treat to our music doubt The Chimes loving people tltf ccurt shall subscribe lo the capital luxuriant Every thing there is was taken to New Castle Saturday s ock of the Paris Georgetown A FrankIf foil Ralroad Compau lor and on behalf Even afternoon and placed in jail now in excellent shape of riankliii county the amount of one the birds in that locality manifest the facts are as above stated it hundred and fifty thousand dolliis 150 their delight by songs sweeter will be hard to find a jury in Hen- Â¬ coo of siotk upon the following terms and - Children FOR PITCHERS The chief signal officer of the United States has established a post here for taking observations of the river and weather at this point Mr Geo B Macklin has been appointed observer and will keep all parties posted This will be specially useful to the lumber men ot this region borne neces sery arrangements will be made as early as practicable and more joyous than ever thus showing how well they under- Â¬ stand and how much they appre- Â¬ ciate the charming home nature The has provided for them and its surroundings pre building sent a sight beautiful to look upon and no place could be more attractive Our school trustees take a deep and praiseworthy interest in whatever may contribute to the comfort of the children and suc- Â¬ The engineer cess of the school Mr Sam Stone is the right man ne can turn in the ngnt place his hand to anything and is not In the position afraid of work now occupies lie is a vilnihlr he man and therefore long may he wave Â¬ ry county or the State who will convict him Fern Rkxt A house of live rooms on St Clair street Good water in yard and house in good repair Ap ply to Dax Mkagiikh sk aonditioiis l to wit Â¬ Scarlet Fever and Diph Â¬ theria promptly and thoroughly with Dar bys Prophylatie Fluid tho greatest crm destroyer Prof H T Lur ton of tho Vanderbilt University As a ciisintecttint aim Tonn says detorgont Darbys Prophylatie Fluid Jg 8UJoror to any preparation with whien j nn acquainted Juno 4th lm Â¬ nro spread by contagion by tho trans Â¬ fer or living matter fsom the skin tho membranous lining of tho mouth nose and throat and from tho intes Â¬ tines and urinary organs Disinfect The sum to be subscribed to be paid in the bonds of Franklin county with coupons attached under the seal of the county signed by the County Judge and counicr signed by the County Clerk and the coupons to be signed by the County Clerk alone negotiable and payable to beuer in the city of New Yoik thirty years fioin their dale but redeemable at par and accrued iuteiest at any lime after ten years fioin then dale at the option of the county bearing interest at the rate of rise percent per annum payable Said in the city of New York bonds to be in denominations of not less than 100 nor more than Si coo but none of saiil bonds are to be issued in payment of said subscription except as follows When said road is constructed completed and ironed and a train of cars run over the same fioin the city of Frankfort Ky to the Cincinnati Southern Railway at or near Georgetown Ky the first SioooooJ one hundree thousand dollars of said bonds shall be issued and delivered to the under signed or to its order and when said toad is constructed completed and ironed and it iiiiiii ui cars iuii over 111c siiuv ironi Frankfort Ky to Paris Ky the remain- senu-an-nudi- i y fasloria Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Paiu Curor the world lias ever known Job Work neatly CUtOU exe- - ftt tlllS OlllC6 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Bntered nt the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Ecaitoc ana Ftablieiier FRANKFORT JUNU 4 1887 GEORGE A LEWIS The F G P Railroad The magistrates of this county came together last Saturday ac cording to notice from the County Judge at io oclock a m to consider the submission of the railroad question to the people The law requires all the magis trates to be present and it was found that Esq Tinsley was abAn adjournment was then sent Upon rehad until n oclock assembling at that hour Esq Tins ley was present Judge Wm Lindsay submitted the proposition and request of the P railroad to the court F G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and made one of his plain practiin cal and powerful speeches which he showed the absolute ne- Â¬ cessity for the building of the road and urged the court to allow the people the source of all power in our system of government to say whether or not they were will Â¬ ing to aid this grand enterprise by voting the tax necessary Mr John W Rodman being called upon advocated the submission in a short and well timed speech After Mr Rodman closed his remarks the court adjourned until 2 oclock Upon re assembling at that time the vote was taken and resulted as follows For submission Squires Mc- Â¬ Threlkeld Bohannan Donald Carr Tinsley and Lyon Jas Moore 7 Squires Against submisson Russell Tracy Theo Carr Scott and Clark 5 The time for the question of subscription to be voted upon was fixed for Wednesday July 6 and the County Judge was instructed to issue orders accordingly Now men of Franklin the matter is in your hands to determine whether your town and county shall receive the inestimable benefits to be derived from the building of this road or whether you are Avilling to sit idly by and see your trade drift away from you and your young men your mechanics and laboring men forced to leave in order to earn an honest living Already for their loved ones there has been too much of this and now is the time to open up new avenues of thrift and prosperityLet there be a short sharp and red hot campaign in favor of the Leave no stone unturned road Let to carry the project through Judge Lindsay make one of his filled common sense speeches with facts and statistics in every neighborhood and we feel perfect- Â¬ ly confident that the people of our good old county will come up with a rush in favor of the road We print in this issue the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Democratic primar elec Capt Isaac T West has just made a sale of a large tract of tion to nominate a candidate for land 26518 acres to some capi- Representative will be held to day WAR NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A The land talists from Michigan Mr Chas Fcatherston of this is located in Jackson Rockcastle city has been granted a pension and Laurel counties and is in the of 8 per month as a soldier in the OF- heart of the mineral region there Mexican war being rich veins of coal iron and We guess our correspondent other valuable metals upon it as well as springs of petroleum oil from Harp was a little previous and immense amounts of timber in stating that our good old And prices wore never bo low Buyers have tho ndvantngo in our house of seeing so many goods beforo thoybuy and dont have to was no more The land lays at the nearest point Uncle Zeke Yocum tnko the choice between ono or two things in five miles of a railroad and the He will find a pretty lively letter TVTf We Bhow nU 8lz09 Wo fit R litUo fcllow 4 yata is old only twenty one from the old man in this issue furthest VJLW 1from 200 to 2000lit tho biggest tnllestnnd shortest man in n suit tho country Prices miles There has been quite a flutter in IN SHOES Wo have all widths Stock fresh and clonn Is it not a shame that our own our city over charges appearing 1IN HATS Anything and everything for men and boys capitalists should rush off to invest in the Courier Journal that the E il -i3Li BO-CrG-ZEatheir means in some supposed bo H Taylor CLA SDHC I Jr Co had been clear headed and nanza while And we can sell lower than tho lowest for cash LOOK HERE bof oro you buy guilty of defrauding the govern shrewd men from other States arc in ment by equalizing the outage CRUTCHER STARKS coming here to reap the real har- Â¬ whisky stored in their distillery Main vest right at our doors warehouses near this city When will our Kentucky people Upon investigation it turns out arouse to see their opportunities that the whole thing is a canard and take advantage of them and the Conners reporter let his This land was sold for not more pencil and anxiety to make a sen- Â¬ than one fifth of its real value sation run away with his common Capt West we are glad to say sense has made a handsome profit out of hi trade not having owned the land more than a few months and was far seeing enough to retain a considerable interest for himself OF CINCINNATI OHIO The Captain made every endeavor WILL BE AT THE to get capitalists at home to invest Â¬ Â¬ WHITE HALL Clothing Shoes Hats ATUT nirVJ MAMMOTH STOCK c -Z- rOIEB Â¬ Street Dr W I Kelley IN FRANKFORT KY but failed CAPITAL HOTEL 1887 1887 1887 DO YOU We WANT THE EARTH we will give yon the Captain West still has large tracts SATURDAY JUNE 4 of land for sale Why cannot our SATURDAY JULY 2 people put their money where it SATURDAY JULY 30 is sure to bring its reward cant give you that but best in the city t 11 11 11 Gents Shoe for Ladies Kid Boot for Wm B Luckett one of our BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING enterprising colored citizens has Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars given to sufferer or any charity he may designate established a new transfer line in for any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BHINK ER110FF SYSTEM this place and will meet every NO KNIFE IS USED train at the depot with a new and NO LIGATURE IS USED handsome omnibus prepared to LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I carry passengers to any point in It is to be hoped he FISTULA IN ANO the city Is cured will be liberally patronized by our FISSURES citizens as something of the kind Cured without cutting or tearing has been badly needed here for a CATARRH ULCERATION His prices are reason long time Of the bowel cured able and orders by telephone will Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu nearly three and Call larly formade among yearswealthy the many cures receive prompt attention and Influential the ho has are suftlclent evidence of his success citizens No 81 It Is now a well established fact that many dis 1 1 Â¬ PILES 300 250 200 250 200 ti ti 11 it it 11 it HTS A OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION HATSI ZEaZAISI large stock and prices to suit the times R K MCLURE J O MASTIN Q H MASTIN MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - Â¬ Farming implements James Dean while under the 231 Main Wt HARDWARE cents for the influence of liquor was running REFERENCES LHJ- - W W J HUGHES Frankfort his trot line bciow the lock Satur RICHARD FERGUSON Frankfort s Mowsrs m d i6 iYiGbunmG asbesung msbcame uo s WITHROW Lexington day afternoon when tie steamer J M KELLEYS oiltce and residence Is at 876 DR and where he Seventh btreet WE KEEP IN STOCK- Blue Winj came along and sig- Â¬ West be found every day Cincinnati may of each week EXCEPT naled for him to get out of the FRIDAYS AND SATUEDAYS OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES diseases and way He paid no attention to the Pamphlets describing these to any one by this treatment sent free ad mode of Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes signals and shouts of the deck dressing hands until the boat was close up- Â¬ W I KELLEY M D Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads 376 West Seventh St Oinomnati 0 on him when the steamer was Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmer a in time for some of X3T CONSULTATION FREE stopped just Prices on all implements guaranteed to be as low as wvtne can bo bought anywhere 26 ly the hands to catch him and pull Dec P LIGHT E CLAASSEN him on board and save him from a STEAM KOILER watery grave eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER m seedsjoges 0 a wagons n1JLlJllLfflfllfJ -- mm Â¬ U71 MILES SON On Saturday afternoon William May28 2t Kelly a boy about fourteen years of age went into the saw mill of West while THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PLUM Messrs Wakefield Branch and Bald Knob Turnnlke Road Com- was not running and tiinv will hold their annual meeting for the the machinery election of live directors on SATURDAY JUNE leaned against one of the belts in 25 1887 at the Court House In Frankfort at 12 oclock in While he was standing By order of FRANK CONWAY President the mill W there the machinery was started MayS 28Deuonet Secy Treas td up suddenly and his left arm was caught by the belt and pulled off between the elbow and shoulder THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FRANKFORT Company will Turnpike The flesh was so badly mangled hold theirFlat Creekmeeting for Roadelection of live the annual Directors on TUESDAY JUNE 14 1887 at the that the arm had to be amputated Court House in Frankfort at 1U oclock a COR SALE NOW IN USE IT placed by larger boiler soon WILL BE RE Â¬ LIGHT zLsroTiaiE ft CU -- m IP HI PI5ACTIOAI Steam Fitters Plumbers Gas DEALERS IN- - NOTICE Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All wprk Guaranteed 111 order of the court the terms of in the shoulder joint m the proposition to be voted on Wheaton Mrs Elizabeth R and the officers of the election in and Miss Moorman Prison and full Read and understand the Hospital Evangelists were in the city Sunday and visited the Peni- Â¬ Hon W O Bradley Republi- Â¬ tentiary Services were held both can candidate for Governor will morning and aftcrnooon in the speak at the Court house this chapel and womens department which were greatly appreciated evening at 8 oclock The ladies left by the prisoners Dont forget that the Board of Monday morning for Louisville Trade meets on Tuesday evening where Miss Moorman resides By order of F P Lkwib Secy FRANK CONWAY Treas President May 28 td No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Block Mur 12 - - Frankfort Kentucky FOI2 S HiE terms apply to May 21 FOI5 painted Apr SX-iE- HARNESS AT matter fully FRAME DWELLING AND STORE AND one acre of ground situated on the north side of the Versailles turnpike road one mile Premises in good repair For from Frankfort A BUGGIES SURRYS N1 Frankfort XG lm WM CROMWELL Agent NO SIS LEWIS HTREffiT OPPOSITE FARMERS Ky 4m One FOR J3ALE of the Beet Located Resi dences in South Frankfort Â¬ BANK THE carriage work repaired and J J OUIN FARM FOR SALE OF 12 ROOMS ELEGANT CISTERN I 0 0 SCC F Ico house and all necessary outbuildings 20 acres of laud about one third In cultivation the CAPITAL LODGE NO 0 MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited rest bet In grass a part of it Is heavily timbered JAS MURRAY N G A turnpike to Frankfort ts almost completed W H HALL SALE DRhouse and and lot OFFER8 FOR ot Cross HIS on tho corner and Main streets The lot contains about two acres and the bouse Is In good repair There are apple peach uud plum trees In abundance upon the place two lance pits stocked with Marshal Neil roses and a green noose planted with roses and heated with Ultchliigs linprored hot water apparatus JffeU May2Mf Add JU UUSSiSXiU April J R WILLIAMS 17 tf TERMS EASY 2My Apply to D W H HALL 5 eaiMIMtfttMlittlfciilititolMMa FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tfRANKFOUT JUNE 4 Jrf87 TIME TABLE TIU1N8 KABT No 18 loaves Frnnkfort No 22 lenvcs Frnnktortv No 20 Iovja Frankfort No 24 nr riven Frnnkfort TUAINB WK8T 1003 n m fii03 p m 017 p m SOO i p in fi45 n m Frankfort 8il5 n m leaves Frankfort liBB p m leaves Frankfort 4tf0 p m leaves Frankfort Trains No 23 and No 21 makn connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con nect at AnchoraRo for Shclbyville No No No No 23 17 21 19 loaves Â¬ Sinoko tho White Wing Cigar at 370m Carpenters LeCompte JSL The steamers Blue Wing and Hibernia came near colliding on the Ohio river Friday night on account of mistaken signals Ice cold Soda Water flavored with pure fruit juices at the South 36 Side Drug Store Hon W rt VVadsworth whose sudden illness at Minneapolis Minn we noted in our last is we are glad to say at home again and a great deal better Blue Lick Water fresh from the Springs on draught at LeCompte o Carpenters a 3 We were more than gratified to meet on the streets of our city our friend John E Kirtley Esq who arrived home from Eddyville on Wednesday night last He has Frankfort come home to stay should keep such men needs and as he in bur midst West has just succeeded in obtaining the back pay and pension due to Mrs Melissa Moore widow of Overton Moore of the 4th Kentucky Infantry Mr Gen Frys regiment a brother of Mrs J M Moore was Wakefield and Mrs West The total amount will be between 52500 and 2600 Capt 1 IT Â¬ to decorate all the graves of the Union soldiers in the late war Decoration Day was celebrated and also the graves of the Mexican by Albert G Bacon and Geo W soldiers who sleep around the Monroe Posts G A R of this State monument city on Monday with appropriate The written examinations for ceremonies At 4 oclock p m the procession was formed headed transfer to higher grades in the bya drum corps and marched to public school are near at hand the Cemetery halting at the State The pupils and teachers are hard monument where the orders of at work preparing for them the day were read by V Jierber Those who have studied well and ich Adjutant of A G Bacon Post have been regular in attendance after which the memtorial service may reasonably expect to be suc- Â¬ of the Order was read by Past cessful and pass to more advanced Commander Gen D W Lindsey classes but those who have purand prayer was offered by the sued a different course need not be No Chaplain Lieutenant C C Furr surprised if they should fail one who goes through the differ- Â¬ The graves of the following de ceased soldiers were beautifully ent grades of this school and is decorated with wreaths and gar- Â¬ studious in his habits and atten- Â¬ lands of flowers which had been tive to the instruction given there prepared by the fair hands of the will be apt to fail in mastering wives mothers and sisters of the the entire course with honor to himself and credit to his instructSoldiers in the morning r ors for there is perhaps not a bet- Â¬ Colonel Robt H King 3d Ken- Â¬ ter corps of teachers in any simi- Â¬ tucky Cavalry lar institution in the State Captain Albert G Bacon 3d The ladies of the M E Church Kentucky Cavalry S Surgeon John G Keenon 3d desire to return thanks to the Fin- Â¬ Kentucky Cavalry ed Bros for their kindness in fur- Â¬ nishing them a room in their new Lieutenant Ed Hogg Major Thos Mahoney 30th building in which to hold their Tea on the 26th of May last and also Kentucky Mounted Infantry Major Jas R Page 9th Ken- Â¬ to extend their grateful acknowl- Â¬ edgement to those who so gene- Â¬ tucky Cavalry Â¬ David Kirkpatrick 9th Ken- rously donated in any manner to the success of the Tea The next tucky Cavalry Alex McEwan 9th Kentucky Tea will be given on Thursday Cavalry June 23d Notice of the place Dennis Burns 9th Kentucky will be given in due time Cavalry Mr Wm Strobridge has Colonel George W Monroe shown us the most remarkable 22d Kentucky Infantry Capt Daniel Garrard 22d Ken- Buff Cochin hen egg that we have ever seen It measures six by tucky Infantry eight inches inches in circum- Â¬ Sergeant Wm T Walls 22d ference and weighs three ounces Kentucky Infantry m J Fleming Meek 22d Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Decoration Day FRANKFORT TOXSiT MARBLE IN AND MANUFAOTUtlEH OF- - WORKS E -- O XjIEasrifcT PROPRIETOR DKALEIl ITALIAN MARBLE tion All kinds of stone work promptly GRANITE MONUMENTS HEADSTONES Estimates furnished on npplica- RUSTIC TABLETS Correspondence solicited attonded to 238 ANN STREET April 2 3m FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Slieriflg Notice The tax books for Franklin county are now in my hands and all persons are notified to come forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue law requires me to collect and pay over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ fore the first day of September next and all not paid by that time will have six per cent and costs added as a penalty J W Gaines Sheriff The Heywood baby carriage the best made for sale at It Rogers 32 We are now handling the cele Â¬ brated Wiceapee hose which we guarantee for one year It will last for many years Call and give it a trial at 0 E Collins Bro 3t For elegant bath and carriage sponges try Chapman Gayle tf Frankfokt Ky April 21 1887 33 Our stock of millinery is very com Â¬ plete Stylish work guaranteed 34 Sam D Johnson Co Our line of black silks in quality and price can not be excelled in the city We guarantee the wear of every yard 34 Sam D Johnson Co m Try the celebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Â¬ 34 tf man Gayles Our splendid kid gloved are all warÂ¬ ranted and fit to tho hand 33 WEITZEL ODONNELL Hats Bonnets The Heywood is the best baby car riage made Â¬ For sale by R Rogers 32 Hats Hats Bonnets Bonnets at Mrs Sol Harris 33 Foil Sale A good second hand An immense stock of white goods piano for sale a bargain at Apply at in plaids stripes and plain at this office 2 tf Fou Rent House with six rooms and a kitchen stable on the premises Ask to see our stitched back kid near City School Apply to Dr S glove in all colors at 75 cents E James 33 n Mrs Sol Harris 35 33 Â¬ Infantry Dennis Burgin 22d Kentucky To Owners of Pianos Col Newcomb Clark of West Bay City Michigan and Hon Geo E Taylor of Flint City Michigan were in our city during the week While here they made large purchases of land in eastern Kentucky of Capt I T West These gentlemen are far seeing Colonel J VV Craddock 16th energetic enterprising men and saw at once the advantage of put Â¬ Kentucky Infantry Lieutenant Jack Todd 15th U ting their money in Kentucky S Infantry lands George W Berry Frankfort It is very unusual for a colored Union Guards couple to be married by a civil C I Lewis U S Navy officer but such an occurrence R Davenport 10th Kentucky took place at the County Clerks Infantry Wednesday office on June George Pifer 5th Kentucky In- Â¬ Jos Ritter piano tuner will be here next week Leave orders at Corporal Ben F Merchant 22d Dr Averills drug store or at D Kentucky Infantry H Baldwin Cos piano rooms T Henderson 22d KenJohn Meal and flour of all kinds away tucky Infantry under mill prices Give me a trial Captain W T McClure 15th order and be convinced Kentucky Infantry W WttiGHT 447 Main at Lieutenant Jos L McClure When alio becamo Miss sho clang to Castoria All grades of flour away below When the had Children aha gave them Castoria 15th Kentucky Infantry Ladies who wish to purchase a mill prices at J Heeneys South Lieutenant L Frank Todd 15th 30 guaranteed silk dress in all shades Side Kentucky Infantry MATTEKNiJ best Photographs Lieutenant Dennis W Haly as well as quality would do well Syrup of Figs to visit Mrs Sol Harris estab- of all sizes reduced to halt price 55th Kentucky Infantry Manufactured only by tho Califor m lishment as she will certainly Infantry Â¬ Â¬ Foit Rent A two story frame Imported Millinery in all shades residence with five rooms and cellar and styles at Mrs Sol Harms on the corner of Logan and Campbell 35 streets Gas in the house and water We have some beautiful embroided in the yard Apply to W C Hern- Call and see them don Swiss flouncings m 34 Sam D Johnson Co For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 lows Temple now occupied by Co Possession West Jefferson street Louisville Sam D Johnson given June 1st 1887 Â¬ Ky makes fine gold work a specialApply to 30 3m ty E A Fullmer A large stock of shade hats at fin Corporate Committee 34 Sam D Johnson Cos Also an elevator for sale Apply a Hey wood baby carriage of R as above Get Rogers they are the best in the 32 market C W H Fined will sell you a When Baby waa sick we gvo her Castoria 30 tf nice sweet ham low When alio was a Child she cried for Castoria Weitzel ODonnell I w Â¬ parties fantry were Adieus Collins and May Sergeant Cromie 4th U S Handy from near Ducker Station fantry and the ceremony was performed W H Scott jr by Judge Thomson in his usual Griffy saimpressive manner minus the Adelbert Weymouth bride lute to the Powell 1st Â¬ The contracting In- Â¬ The most intricate topic in physiology is the nervous system On this subject Dr Sam E James lectured last Tuesday afternoon to the teachers of the public school and on Thursday morning to thepiipils of the higher department Nothing could be more irvrfcstirig and instructive than these discourses have been One morelalk will perhaps be the last for this year but it is hoped that Dr James will find opportunity during the next term to go on irith the good work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On re assembling at the State monument the ceremonies were concluded by firing a salute by Columbia Bacon Post singing lead by Ocean the Gem of the Mr S C Bull and invocation by the Chaplain ft George W Monroe Post then marched to the Colored Cemetery and the rest of the procession re- Â¬ turned to the city Best leaf lard 10 cents per pound Notwithstanding the afternoon nice side meat 10 cents per pound mid was damp and unpleasant a large hams 12 cents per pound at number were in attendance and W Wrights there was an abundance of flowers 3G 3t astonish you in low prices of black gros grain all silks from 75 cents to 175 per yard worth 35 per cent more every yard guaranteed or money refunded This is no empty boast but facts You will say how can she sell so much cheaper than any other house because she has bought them at an imported auction sale during her The dress visit in New York in her establishment is goods stock complete from a canvas cloth for five cents a yard to an imported plaid or serge trimmings to match You certainly must see the round hats and bonnets and you will im agine you are at Mademc Princes in New York as they are importIt is well worih ed and no copies call and examine the trouble to the stock of Chantilla Medici Torchon and Oval Laces also Hosiery and the endless amount of all kinds of Trimming as you will be well paid in the profusion of fine goods and novelties Â¬ Syrup San and look at our beautiful and nia Fig NaturesCoOwn Francisco Cal is True Laxncheap line of fans and parasols tive It is the most easily taken 33 Weitzel ODonnell and the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ when bilious or costive to dispel age manufactured the Heywood headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion 32 etc For sale in 5t cent and 6100 We have a full line of Thompson bottles by Chapman Gayle tf m They are the glove fitting corsets Call best 33 Weitzel ODonnell Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes teeth without plates and gold crowns on roots a specialty No 723 West Jefferson street Louisville Ky 30 3m Mastin Bros tucky twine River sole agents for Ken Â¬ Mills hemp binder 30 Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all SkinEruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Joe LeCompte Cuts Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Rliuematism and Neural Â¬ gia Cured iu 2 Days Â¬ Â¬ The Indiana Chemical Co have Place your farms and town lots for sale witli Wm P Scott He will discovered a compound which acts with truly marvelous rapidity in the advertise them thoroughly tf cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia We guarantee it to cure any and P D in all styles for sale by every case of acute Inflammatory 33 DAYS and to give immediate re Â¬ Buy you n Pennsylvania Lawn lief in chronic cases and effect a speedy cure Mower the best in the world from On receipt of 30 cents in two cent Mastin Bros 36 stamps we will send to any address the prescription for this wonderful We have a largo assort nient of Brus compound which can be filled by sel and Smyrna rugs which we will your home druggist at small cost We take this means of giving our sell under the general price discovery to the public instead of put- 33 Weitzel ODonnei L ting it out as a patent medicine being much less expensive We will m gladly refund money if satisfaction Co will sell Sam D Johnson not given you ladies unbleached hosefull regu The Indiana Chemical Co lar made at 103 cents per pair Crawfordsville Ind Â¬ Weitzel ODonnell Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 1 under the seal of the county sign to only two and one half per cent ed by the County Judge and of the assessed value of the taxa counter signed by the County ble property of the county To The undersigned submit to your Clerk and the coupons to be pay the accruing interest upon the candid consideration the following signed by the County Clerk alone 150000 of bonds will require a suggestions exceeding not negotiable and payble to bearer in sum annually In 1872 under the presidency the city of New York thirty years 8000 That sum will pay the of Ger Crouton the Frankfort from their date but redeemable at interest and the cost of collection Big Sandy Railroad Company at par and accrued interest at any and disbursement The annual tempted to raise the necessary time after ten years from their tax will be less than 13 cents means and construct a line of rail date at the option of the county upon each one hundred dollars way from the city of Frankfort bearing interest at the rate of five worth of property through the coal fields of Eastern per cent per annum payable The tax payer whose assessKentucky to the Virginia line semi annually in the city of New ment is 500 will be required to The counties of Scott Bourbon York Said bonds to be in de- pay each year 6jli cents An and Bath voted liberal subscrip- nominations of not less than 100 assessment of 1000 will require tions in aid of the enterprise but nor more than 1000 but none of the payment annually of 135 Franklin county declined to con said bonds are to be issued in pay- - of2coo 270 of 3000 405 sider the proposition to join its ment of said subscription except of 4000 540 of 10000 sister counties in the attempt t as follows Wlien said road is 1350 and on up in the same secure this important public work constructed completed and ironed proportion It is plain the addi and in consequence of such refusal and a train of cars run over the tional taxation to follow the suband the unfortunate death of Gen same from the city of Frankfort scription can not be made opCroxton the project was abandon Ky to the Cincinnati Southern pressive even though the stock ed Ra lway at or near Georgetown should not turn out to be a profi1882 and 1883 the 88 In Ky the first 100000 one1 hun- table investment Frankfort dred thousand dollars of said bonds Paris Georgetown It is not a fair comparison to uncler the shall be issued and delivered to the liken this proposed subscription Railroad Company presidency of Gen D V Lind undersigned or to its oroer and to the two subscriptions of Shelby sey inaugurated the attempt to ivhen said road is constructed county which aggregated CV construct a line of road from completed and ironed and a train 000 or to the subscription of Frankfort to the Virginia line of cars run over the same from Muhlenburg county which was Franklin county refused to aid this Frankfort Ky to Paris Ky the 400000 by a county having an adventure and it had finally to be remaining 50000 fifty thousand assessed value of only about abandoned and the control of the dollars of said bonds shall be issued 2 c do 000 instead of asking this charter of the company passed and delivered to the undersigned county to incur a liability equal to into the hands of parties who or to its order And for the one seventh or to one fifth of its hoped to secure aid from eastern amount of all such bonds so issued entire assessed value as in the capitalists but were unable to do and delivered to the undersigned case of Shelby and Muhlenburg it so is asked to assume a liability equal in ppyment of said subscription In the early part of this year the the undersigned shall issue and de to only one fortieth of such value Board of Trade of the city of liver as provided for in its act of and that for the purpose of con Frankfort appointed a committee incorporation March structing a line of railway through approved to secure for Franklin county the 23d 1S77 the same amount in the most productive portion of control of the chartered rights of certificates of full paid stocks in the blue gras country into the the said company which are be- the undersigned richest mineral region of Eastern lieved to be of great value and 2 That no part or portion of Kentucky after protracted negotiation that the said bonds or of their pro Under the circumstances we control has been secured and the ceeds so to be issued and delivmay fairly assume that the investnew management proposes now to ered in payment of said subscripmake another effort to secure to tion shall at any time be used in ment asked to be made by the turn the people of this count an outlet payment directly or indirectly several counties may made out as fortunate as- those to the eastwardly via Georgetown Paris in whole or in part of any indebtLouisville and Nashvilic Railroad and the coal fields of Morgan Ma- edness of the undersigned that Company by the co inties along itc goffin Floyd Pike and Johnson may now exist line of road Those counties counties to the West Virginia 3 That the undersigned will realized from their stock more than line after its first cash dividend shall be they or their tax nayers were reThe company is free from debt declared on presentation at its quired to pay and as it is proexcept about 12500 agreed to office of the stock certificates issued posed to construct the Pa is be paid for certain surveys and under the provisions of the 25th Georgetown and Frankfort Railprofiles of portions of the proposed section of its charter issue stock road without the intervention of route no part of which is to be therefor to those to whom such construction companies or middle paid out of this subscription direct- certificates were issued or their men there is no reason why your Its paid ifp capi- representatives or assigns ly or indirectly proposed investment shall not tal stock amounts to only forty That in the event this turn out equally well 4 thousand dollars voted to S F J proposition is submitted to the That the road when constructTrabuc by the old directory of the vote of the county and carried ed will add to the property and company in consideration of rights and the said subscription made in wealth of the county of Franklin of way and timber and mineral conformity thereto the under- ten fold more than it is asked to contracts which at the time were signed binds itself to commence subscribe no man does or can and may still be of incalculable the construction of said road in deny All other good faith and to complete the value to the company Its construction will open a new subscriptions for stock remain to same from Frankfort to a point on field to the laborer a new market be paid in cash the Cincinnati Southern Railway to the producer It will create an The present directory regards at or near Georgetown Ky with immediate demand for your suritself as merely provisional and is in two years from the date of said plus timber and stimulate everv ready to make room at any time subscription and to Paris Ky industry to a board named by the counties within thirty months from said The undersigned have no interwilling to assist the enterprise and date est in the enterprise that is not as each county shall vote a subThat none of the bonds common to every voter of this 5 scription for a portion of the capi nerein before mentioned shall be county tal stock of the company one of issued and delivered as aforesaid They ask your candid considthe present board will give way to until the mortgage executed by eration of the question as a purely a Director to be named by that the undersigned to the Central business proposition in order that Trust Company of New York you may deliberately and without county e proposition submitted by dated January 1st 1883 be can- bias of any kind determine The of this county to be celled and released and said re whether this opportunity to prothe justices voted upon on the 6th of July lease recorded in the County mote the general good of all the Court Clerks office of this count- people of the county shall or not next is as follows ybe accepted To the Honorable County Court of 6 The line of the said railroad This June the 4th 1887 Franklin County shall be located as near to the Wm Lindsey President The undersigned a coporation Forks of Elkhorn as in the judg D W Lindsay created and duly and properly or ment of the chief engineer of the Frank Chinn ganized under the laws of the undersigned shall be reasonably E L Samuels Commonwealth 01 KentucKy re- practicable having clue regard to John T Buckley spectfully request that as provided the cheapness of construction and R W McRery This for by law the honorable court directness of route the Jas N Miles shall submit to the qualified voters 28th day of May 1887 Directois The Paris Georgetown of Franklin county at an election to be Held on a day to be fixed by Frankfort Railroad Company by VVm Lindsay Tlie Verdict Unanimous the court not less than thirty nor President more than sixty days after the orW D Suit Drutftfist Bippus Ind You see the rights of the county testifies I can recommend Electric der therefor is made by the court the question whether the court and the tax payers are guarded Bitters as the very best remedy shall subscribe to the capital stock and protected with the most Every bottle sold lias given relief in every ease One man took six bottles Frank- scrupulous care No bonds are and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 of the Paris Georgetown fort Railroad Company for and on to be delivered no liability in years standing Abraham Hare behalf of Franklin county the curred till a new connecting line of Druggist Belleville Ohio affirms The bestselling medicine I naveover amount of one hundred and fifty railway has actually been secured handled in my 20 years experience is thousand dollars 150000 of The county is to receive stock to Electric Bitters Thousandsof others stock upon the following terms the full amount of the subscription have added their testimony so that and conditions to wit and the tax payer additional stock the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all be subscribed for all the taxes he may be called kidneys or Blood diseases aof the liver 1 The sum to Only half dollar to be paid in the bonds of Franklin on to pay a bottfeat Jos Lecomptos drug store The subscription asked is equal 2 county with coupons attached To tltc Voters of Franklin County Â¬ Communicated Frankfort Ky Â¬ June 11887 Â¬ Dear Roundabout I thought when I wrote my last letter to you that it would per Â¬ Â¬ haps be the last I would ever write for publication but being idle not attending to any business and being importuned by some of my friends to write a series of letÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ters on Frankfort Franklin county and Kentucky I have concluded to do so but hardly know at In the first what point to begin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 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¬ Â¬ place I will isay I have no ax to no interest except as a grind business man I do not expect to be benefitted one cent outside of my regular business by anything I may advocate in this or the lectors I have gotten be I may write yond the age to expect a great deal for myself in the future so far as things of this life are concerned The bulk of my life is behind me I spent four months of the presDuring ent year in the South that time I was thrown in compa- Â¬ ny with people from almost all parts of the world England Scot- Â¬ land Ireland Spain Cuba China Italy and our own country from almost every State and Territory It all being new to me I naturally tried to find out all I could never lost an opportunity to ques tion all in regard to soil climate business and the object of their travels in the United States and the visit of all to Florida With scarcely an exception whether from a foreign country or from any State in the Union it was to it vest money where it would bring them a larger income than they were realizing at their homes Eastern capitalists especially are building up the West and South All through the Slate of Florid I speak of this State because I know more of it they are building cities and towns planting orange groves and gardens and investing in wild lands At every station along every railroad hotels arc being built mostly by capitalists from elsewhere as winter resorts where people can go in the winter from all the Northern States and be out of the ice and snow and they are going The world is on the move new ones going buying out those who had formerly in- Â¬ vested and in a short time the latter have sold to new comers each one selling at an advance When I left Florida it was the general impression that there would be a calm until winter but recent letters say there is no stop to buying and selling at advanced whose One gentleman prices acquaintance I formed from Penn sylvania and by the way a man of wealth had made investments in different sections in the West and Mexico bought three thous- Â¬ and acres of land in Florida When he left the latter place e was going to East Tennessee and the mountains of Kentucky to in vest in coal and iron lands and gave it as his opinion that there was more money to be made in the mountains of Kentucky than any place in the world for the amount of capital it took to purHe said the coal now chase seemed to drag in the market but it would not be long in fact now there was coal being shipped to Europe And that just as soon as the roads were made through and the coal region developed and transportation arranged the coal trade would become heavier and heavier and that we could command the trade of the world in this article The best timber and iron in the world to day are in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bought There has to be a beginning This place began mote than a hundred years ago it lias been asleep but 1 believe she is going to awake and that very soon To make the start it will have to be a united effort Every business man in the place should belong to the Meet togeher Board of Trade once a week and talk over tilings for the general good You will have the balance of tne week lb your individual business Spend an hour there is money in it for all Tnisis enough for this lime John E Miles We would call attention to the advertisement of Col D L Sub lett offering his house and let on Ewing street for sale or rent When the appetite falls and sleep grows restless and unrefreshiug there is trouble ahead The digestive organs when healthy crave food- - the nervous system when vigor Â¬ ous and tranquil gives its possessor no un Â¬ easiness ut night A touic to be effective should not be a mere appetiser nor are the nerves to be strengthened and soothed by the unaided action or a sedative or a narcotic What is required is a medicine which invig Â¬ orates the stomach and promotes assimila Â¬ tion of food by tnp system by which means the nervous system as well as other parts of the physical organism are strengthened These are the etlects of Hastetters Stomach Bitters a medicine whose reputation is founded ilrmly in publio confluence and which physicians commend for its tonic and other properties It is used With the best results In lever and ague rheu Â¬ matism kidney and uterine weakness and ther maladies ious bushes grown in the hills and fence corners but when culti Â¬ vated there is a great deal more and with as little expense to get it to market This same land can be made to grow the best apples and pears Prepare for it and there is pay in it I can tell you of a man who is now at it and it pays Make the same effort here you will have to do it if you go West or South and you will make more money You are among your old friends and ac Â¬ quaintances a people you will wish you were back among when you go away if you should The man who has spare money can find safe invesments right at home and have it under his own eye If we will all unitedly work together in Â¬ vite capitalists from elsewhere Make it a business to invite them The recent sale of a house here on Main street should couvince every one of the fact that the thing has commenced here even now I met one of the parties who pur- Â¬ chased the house after the pur chase was made whose acquaint Â¬ ance I formed two years or more ago at Hot Springs Arkrnsas I asked him what he expeted to do with the property he said rent it They had a surplus and wanted to invest it and selected this place to do it and had made offers on other property but liad not Â¬ -- Trouble Abead Â¬ No 1 upple vinegar at 21 cents per gallon at V Wrights Main street ao yt FOR REPRESENTATIVE We tiro uuthorlzert to announce JAMES AN DREW SCOTT us it candidate for Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Â¬ 1 Â¬ Democratic party BAYWOOD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The best soil for all purposes take the State over is here too This is an admitted fact Even the old poor worn out lands we have can be made profitable if rightly handled With a little fertilizing the jrasp berry and blackberry can be grown on any of this land I care not how poor and there is not a more profitable crop grown in the I Kentucky State Some will say it is too small a business This is exactly what you want There is money in it There is money in the wild XTlhh MAKE THE SEASON OK 1887 AT MY farm two miles from Frankfort on the L N It It at 25 TO INSUfiE A MARE IN FOAL Money duo as soon as the fact Is ascertained or the mare parted with DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE BAYWOOD Is a beuutlful bay IB hunds and 3 Inches high with u line black inane mm tali urn ciu show u 280 gait with only a few weeks hand ling Ills colts have already proven to bo not only fine looklii but trotter Ho Is the vlieiin est horse ever stood In Franklin r county utiiiuinK1 lini mvurnriri ii i i isi fn ci10 208U Noontide 2201 etc 1 daih Nil bv Woodford Miunbrlno 22Ha sire of Abbottsfonf 2 dam Lucy by Doys Woodfoni f 2lJii Alexanders Norman CkIid of tiiln IK M Queen 220 3 dam by thoroughbred son of im ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by thointo R A Vt Â¬ ri ii AlUAUIIUUi UJ UIU Dli Jjmvviciivu W April 9 Sm L COLLINS 7 Pea Ridge Crops good Weather showery If Democratic primary to day you dont like law try a dose of physic A large congregation assembled to hear Bro T N Arnold last Sunday People having a good time this rainy weather stopping work farm and pike Mrs Mollie Quire returned last week from visiting relatives in Woodford county after passing a most enjoyable time and receiving many handsome presents The Board will never appoint an immoral or unsuitable man for Principal of the State Normal School for fear of being pursued and scorched with Pepper Pods fiery pen Mr Polk Tracy accompanied by Mr Pete Quire returned last county week from Woodford where they have been enjoying a grand squirrel hunting and a fish- Â¬ ing excursion -- Bridgeport Large additions to our county are expected to day from the medical and legal fraternity of other points to support their brothers in the contest for representative Our county is passing through a critiLegal advice and cal- time physic free to all Â¬ as the cause of n the liquor trade is a The decline in the ex- Â¬ Kentuckys great staple is ports of the cause and the explanation is plainly seen in the action of Kan sas Iowa and Georgia What is the reason that the most intelligent citizens in the community are in favor of voting money out of their pockets for a railroad Our fathers got along well with Â¬ out railroads the old fashioned dirt road proved first rate one horse pulled the load and three pulled the wagon The Ridge is billed with the following announcement John Edge Republican candidate for school trustee respectfully solicits the support o the Republicans of this district Election June 4th overproduction dullness mistake Roundabouts item from Bon forts Trade Journal claiming Â¬ While our An artful move are at Bridgeport support neoole ing Scott for the Democratic nom xnation Mr lidge expects to De elected by reason of the absence of the Democrats The Ridge correspondent has received a letter from Mr Wilson of Alabama enclosing the slip cut from the Roundabout announcing the death of Uncle Zeke Yocum and feelingly expressing his sorrow for the loss of his old comrade Mr Wilson was a close friend and comrade of Zekes in the 13th AlaInteresting as bama C S A the letter is Mr Wilson requests your correspondent not to publish it but its too interesting not to give the Roundabout a short extract Poor fellow He was the life Jolly and soul of our company genial reckless and daring in camp on the march or in battle He was always the same I think He was I hear him now singing great on seasongs Â¬ Â¬ 1887 Â¬ or ever prove untrue When I sailed away from Milford bay On hoard the Kangaroo ft 4I fired a salute as soon as I received the news and draped his musket with crape Poor Zeke Some are born to sink at sea And some to hang on shore That fortune cried good bye at last And welcomed ZeUe no more Slow but qot tiikbb Our namesake Judge Cruddock of Frankfort is even mora deliberate of speech thau ourself Recently at the distracted mass mooting ut Frankfort he attempted to speak com Â¬ mencing in his deliberate manner The opposition to him tried to drown his voice so he waited and Again commenced thore was confusion and after another pause he commenced and with some vim Feliow citifous hoodlums and scouu This caught the crowd and they drols Parts cheered the old Judge to proceed AriUtuliiiit- - Ciihtu So imt with slight variation 11 Plenty of rain J1V PEPPER POD Peas and beans Post G W Monroe G A R Squirrels are abundant decorated the graves of the dead We are ready to report the boss heroes of the late war on Monday fish May 30th Prayer was offered by Cherry tarts arc part of the bill Rev G H Burks The Post was of fare just now commanded by Col B F Fields The Roundauout is the peoples We are in for the new railroad paper All subscribe now to a man and we will show you Mr Jas W Harrod made a better on the 6th of July at the polls than we can tell you Yes trip to Georgetown this week Frankfort needs another railroad County Clerk N B Smith for we long to see the day when paid us a flying visit last Tuesday we can go out of Frankfort eastMr J W Jackson and Mrs ward without going under the We can afford to swim Mary Jenkins are decidedly better ground river but when it comes to the Mrs W F Russell has been both going under the ground and very ill during the past week or swimming the river to get in and two out of Frankfort it is supremely Mr William Scofield is able to ridiculous Yes another railroad walk about his room though still will give us cheaper fuel cheaper quite feeble rates more people more work Miss Minnie Turner who has more money and better times So been very sick for some weeks we are going to vote for it so help us God past is decidedly better Messrs Bud Crittenden and Miss Emma Russell who has Pars Newman have gone to work been very much indisposed during is the past two weeks is much im- Â¬ at last and Walker Washington thinking about doing the same proved Good Lord cried the Woud Regular services at Evergreen cock to day at 2 p m and to morrow Mr S Martin is the dudest of A cordial at 11 oclock a m the dudes Look out girls welcome to all The literary society did not Stock scales are being erected have their meeting Wednesday in this place by Messrs R D They went to Armstrong and R Brown A night as appointed the 2d Baptist Church according much needed improvement to promise but found the doors Mr Wm F Russell and fami Â¬ locked and had to leave Where ly have removed to this place were you brother R H C M where they have purchased propthe The erty and will reside in the future Normal grading of the road to been School would have Rev Mr Farris pastor of the completed this week had it not Presbyterian rained so much South Frankfort R H Higdon Church preached in the Bridge- Â¬ with his forces are determined to port Christian Church last Sunday put the road through evening We are authorized to say that Whitewashing painting paper there is but one colored Methodist c hanging are some of the Church in Frankfort at present much required adornments and and that is the A M E Church necessities as well now in progress We say this that the public may in our city know that these bills which are Prof J B Lea left for his out for a picnic June the nth is In home in Shelby county a few not for the A M E Church fact we do not believe the picnic days since after a sojourn of a year and a half as teacher of the is for any church but for personal benefit and that they are running Bridgeport school on or under the Churchs name Mrs G R Best Shelbyville Why whoever heard of a Baptist Miss Jennie Keith Shelbyville preacher giving a picnic for a Miss Ella Wells Mason county Lewis Minter Methodist Church and Miss Daisy Wells Mason is some of Big Bethels preachers county have been visiting Mr J At least he is trying to be So H Keith and wife this week take heed and govern yourselves Mrs Ruth Arnold and little accordingly daughter of Bloomington III The Ladies Social will meet at arrived in this tovn last WednesMrs Nancy Davis to night day evening where they will re- Â¬ main a while visiting her father Elder Wm Young is the dudest and family Esq J W Jackson preacher in town To day is trustee election R H C Mitchell can catch Choose men who will take an more fish than any man in the abiding interest in the welfare of city at least he can hang larger Remember parent ones and let them getaway Look the children and guardian the future welfare out Bro M how you talk about of our country depends on the fishing rising generation Wn are all in peace and love Mrs Sarah B Freeman died at so says Ennis Berry the home of her daughter in Owensboro May 29th 1887 The The following important decisremains were brought to this place ion of the Superior Court is puband interred in the family burying ground at Mr G W Halls last lished for the information of the Tuesday Rev T N Arnold people generally n r R co v colemans conducting the funeral services l Peaceful be thy silent slumber admr Negli Tresfiasseis Railroads Mr J D Miller a former resi- Â¬ Ap Filed May 25 1S87 dent of this county and Frankfort gence but for the past 30 years of Waver peal irom Warren circuit vourt ly Mo has we are informed by Opinion ot tlie court oy judge letter so far recovered from an Barbour reversing The onlv dutv which those in affliction of both mind and body of three years standing as to be charge of a railroad train owe to able to attend to business again a trespasser on the track in tront This will be a source of great joy of the train is to use such means to his many friends in this section after they discover his peril as they as reasonably prudent men We rejoice to know that the have a right to believe will be suf-Â¬ good results accruing from the ficient to prevent the injury They wonderful revival of grace in the are not obliged to stop the train Baptist Church at Frankfort have but may use such other means at not stopped there but arc spread- Â¬ their command as they believe ing all over the surrounding com and as reasonably prudent men May the good work go have a right to believe will be sufmunity on till all not only Baptists but ficient for the protection of the every denomination be awakened trespasser to a true sense of the obligations The conductor in charge of a resting on them detached flat car in motion on a Sinner turn why will you die sirl rmck seema a man enter uoon HSHW 4 God your maker asks you why 0 Â¬ Anions the Colored Citi zens Â¬ BENSON IGE t Pure Peion lomemlltinnyiortlon JLD STAND Street Ice Second April 30 2m of the city mornlngnnd evening South Side GRKH HAMS For wile at nil times ut ZK- - X3C IfcTiaOX the track in front of the car and and Bar Room continue to walk upon the ends of Grocery the ties instead of applying the brake ran to the other end of FOR SALE the car and called to the man in a loud voice to get out of the way but the man failing to obey the TO OUT MY warning was struck and killed be- DESIRING entireCLOSE of groceriesBUSINESS I stock and llutiors for sale at a bargain Will sell at cost until June fore the conductor could get back 20th 1KS7 as the stock must be closed out by that time Come and secure n bargain to the brake and stop the car P A FU11S Held That the conductor when June 4 2t he saw the decedent step on the side track in front of the moving car had the right to presume that he would step to a place of safety THE HOUSES AND LOTS FRONTING ON street the Louisville Turnpike In and the company can not be held South Frankfort andfollows as 1 The house and lot now occupied by S C Bull liable unless after the conductor 2 The house and lot north of and adjoining Col lot saw that the man was not going to Subletts vacant lot adjoining the last named lot 3 The For particulars lmiulre of Dr Sam James or leave the track he intentionally or J011NB LINDSEY wantonly failed to use such means May 28 2m as he as a reasonably prudent man had the right to believe Contractors would be sufficient to prevent the PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED injury SEALED undersigned building committee of the United until FRIDAY Mitchell DuBose H W JUNE 10Brothers 12of Friendship building 1897 at m Bruce and William Lindsay for ap- story brick Lodge oclock for lor order a three room on the our corner of Clinton street and Buffalo A Hey Plans pellant P F Edwards Wright and specifications can be seen ut the barber shop of H H Higdon Contractors must take Into con McElroy for appellee sideration the present building on the ground Â¬ FOR SALE Attention Â¬ Â¬ Resolutions of Respect At a regular meeting of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M held at the Lodge room on Tuesday May Bond will be required for the faithful execution of the work and the right reserved to reject any and all bids M BUTCHER Chmn H WEISIGER Jr Secy H WEISIGER sr SPENCER BOOKER DENNIS ROBINSON BEN KODGERS ANDREW CASTLEMAN Eli HARRIS R H HIGDON THOS SMITH May23 2t Â¬ 24th 1887 the following preamble SCHOOL and resolutions were unanimously ARE NOTIFIED ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Examiners mil the County Board of adopted viz meet at the City School Building In Frankfort on pur next for Whereas It has pleased the theBdof Saturday lbttO June for teachersthecertif-Â¬ pose examining applicants icates Also on the third and fourth Saturdays In Supreme Grand Master to remove July and August There will be no other examin Intending come from the scene of his usefulness ations held and all set or be to apply must exam on the regular days The below to the Grand Lodge on ination will be n written onerefused fee must be The which high our well beloved brother J paid before entering on the examination S F C Is 100 TliOS HUNTER C S May 28 3t B Frank Stigers therefore Resolved That in the death of Brother Stigers this Lodge has NEW TRANSFER LINE lost one of her most earnest con THAT THE CAPI sistent and zealous members the BELIEVING State a FRANKFORT population of city with a loOOO ought to and will appreciate a public om community an honest man his nibus I hae purchased a tirst clnss 12 passenger Bus with family a kind affectionate and sengers top seat attached and will carry pas from tender husband and father and the day Mayto and ut the all trains commencing Mon following prices 30th 25 cents church a fearless true and faithful 1 passenger and vullse or satchel 1 passengegaud 1 trunk 33 cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE m of m- - r Kti c member Â¬ That we will remembering his example endeavor to so live that when our summons shall come as come it must to all we will be as ready and as well prepared as he for the great assize of all things Resolved That we bear cheerful testimony to the blameless and earnest life of our deceased brother Resolved That we tender to the bereaved family our sincerest sympathy in this sad hour pointResolved Â¬ Â¬ passenger and 2 trunks 50 cents passengers and 1 trunk 50 cents CO cents passengers and 2 trunks Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged 5 cents In addition to above Where there are several children charges will be reasonable Baggage will be transferred In wagon Flsning parties picnics will receive prompt attention at reasonable rates Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange Holmes fc Uulloraus Drug Store Blue Wing Of ilce and A II Waggoners Grocery Store on 1 2 2 ic Broadway May 28 Telephone 81 Orders may be left ut Telephone Exchange 311 W B LUCKETT m Â¬ LIME FOR SALE Call LIME EITHER IN BULK OR WOOD BURNT sale at 70 cents per 200 pounds for at the old Cotton Fuctory on Wilkinson K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ receive n rebate of 3 per cent on the ta for revenue purposes those paying on or Committee will receive no rebate before August 1 he tax book will be withdrawn from the Treasurers hands on Aug 2d 1887 and all uncollected tax lists will be placed in the hands of the City Marshal for collecwith 10 per cent added thereto CREDITORS OF R GLOGOWER HAVING tion LL lly order of the Board of Councilmen of claims iMlnst haul estate on or before the l F V GRAY ljt diyof July ItWt will present same to Uie un the city of Frankfort dersigned in or betoro the 2Uth day of June 1687 City CUrk May 31 J887 3t L F JOHNSON pruju rlj provju Special C F 0 C iiiie vta 1 ing them to Him who can alone street Frankfort Ky WHEAT SKELDON dry up the widows tears and be a May21 lm father to the fatherless Resolved That the charter be draped and that the members wear the usual badge of mourning HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A COAL Frankfort we are prepared to furnish for thirty days all kinds of coal ou short notice ut the lowest present at II R Williams prices Resolved That a copy of these grocery Oillce for the may be left where orders be sent to the widow May 21 2m resolutions McDANIEL GAINES of our deceased brother and that the city papers and the Masonic NOTICE TO TAY PAYERS Home Journal be requested to publish the same piIE TAX BOOK FOR 1887 IS NOW X in the hands of the Ctty Treasurer for Gus Sciiaefer All parties paying collection ol taxes Geo A Lewis 1887 will their taxes on or before July New Coal Firm 1 Peter Light Commissioners Notice Â¬ Â¬ FDR SALE OR RENT HOUSE IN SOUTH FRANKFORT ON lug street Lot 8i by 250 feet House has brooms long hull kitchen cellar pantry and good garden Also my household and kitchen furniture piano organ Ac Possession given on or before July 1st D L SUBLETT Junei St NEW PLANING MILL MY J Is M First WAKEFIELD Class Flailing Mill of Havlngreoently added to bis Establishment now prepared to furnish all kinds Â¬ 3EZ T im TO I- TAKE A Sub FEW Doors BlittdsFramgs Moldiag ALSO I y 1 boarders for the summer beginning June 1st A limited number will llud K If I a delightful place to spend the summer mouths Prices 100 iier day or 500 per neek Special prices for families Address R T P ALLEN Furmilule Ky HAVE CONCLUDED Scroll Work Stair Work Gotten out In the best style Turning FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT doctors bill and insure for your fam ilies health and happiness wwmmwm M iin ii It seems strange but it is neverthe World contains Sulphur Springs less true that the to imitate coun JSudduths people who will try THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED TIIATl from Mrs terfeit or substitute something else istratrix bought Whltesldes Addle Garrett admin of K deceased his entire Tobacco setting has been the for a genuine meritorious article Interest In the of the day all this week order even to the extent of making a spuri Â¬ aim Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE BUSINESS O R CRUTCH ER -- CO Â¬ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN- - Â¬ life that they buy only the Genuine Zeilin Co have used the precaution to put on the front of each wrapper their trade mark of a curved Z en Â¬ twined around the mortar and on the side the signature of J II Zeilin Co Frauds should always be de Â¬ Jcptha Hulett has the most nounced and the true remedies only 32 lm flourishing crop in the neighbor- Â¬ upheld m He understands his busihood Excitement in Texas ness which is the secret of his Great excitement has been caused success in the vicinity of Paris Tex by the OBannon when he opens his remarkable recovery of Mr J E Cor ley so helpless he could not bazaar to the public will with turn who wasor raise his head every Â¬ in bed each sale of one dollar and up body said he was dying of Consump Â¬ ward give a gourd of sulphur tion A trial bottle of Dr Kings water What a boom this will be New Discovery was sent him Find Â¬ ing relief lie bought a large bottle to all his customers and box of DrKings New Life Pills Who is that youth who stands by the time he had taken two boxes two bottles of Pills at Antioch Church on Sundays covery andwas well and of the Dis Â¬ he had gained and watches with sad countenance in flesh thirty six pounds Trial bot- Â¬ his old sweetheart flirting with tles of this Great Discovery for Con other young men Take courage 8 imption free at Jos LeComptes 2 faint heart my dear young man The Best Method never won fair lady The most agreeable as well as the has re the peddler Cook most effective method of dispelling cuperated his health and may be Headaches Colds and Fevers or daily seen with his pack on his cleansing the system is by taking a His opponent Kiser few doses of the pleasant Caifornia back fruit of Figs thinks of giving a drink of sul- liquid gently remedy Syrupstrength Â¬ yet effectively It acts phur to each purchaser in order ening the organs on which it acts so to hold his immense business that regular habits may be formed Manufactured only by the California Some of the growlers out to Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal are making For sale in 50 cent and 1 bottles by ward Jacksonville Chapman Gayle much ado as regards the location 33 lm St Johns pike They will of the please take notice that the people who pay their subscriptions gen- Â¬ Kentucky Central Railroad erally locate to suit themselves His honor Daniel Moore slew BLUB GRASS ROUTE himself politically when he voted Shortest and Quickest route from to submit to the people the proposition to build the new railroad C12NrRALi KENTUCKY This district elevated him and it TO ALL POINTS He now prot oses to lower him Sich is KDRTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST has served his last term Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The toll gate is doing a business averaging eighteen cents per day If Hunter did go off with Toscph- Jo he has returned again to the bosom of his admiring friends health big ous medicine risking life and to look and it behooves every one Furniture wo Undertaking STAPLE - AND And have sold one half Interest In my business to -- FANCY - GROCERIES Also make a speciality of 131 St Glair Stroot Frankfort Ky W S DEHONEY And hereafter the stylo of the firm will be DEERING TWINE BINDERS AND MOWERS STATEN DEHONEY WAGON BUGGIES April 80 And the business will be continued nt the old stand of Whitesldes it Staten No 218 St Clnlr street May 8 tf JOS T STATEN 0 - lm Choic Coal KINDS ALL family use Weight Bottom Prices Cheap DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery Full Tm- - T- STILL AHEAD WITH THE Buc3sle3r TulephoM connection No 35 CEO B MACKLIIT Dec8 f FRANKFORT r Y Largest Stocfa Ever brought to this city in CE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Â¬ GENERAL tin Oil Glass h Quimnkn AND HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all description Ml i Â¬ i The and Building Material Blacksmiths and Paints Lime Cement XjzRCrEsa STOVES stock GRATES Warn Makers Material Â¬ Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases line of Wall Paper and Decorations And at prices that cannot be dupliand at very lowest prices Cor cated ever seen in one House in Broadway aud Lewis Streets Frankfort before Dont forget the place FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Â¬ Feb 24 tf JNO P T7 MAJOR -- T BUCKLEY St Clair Street tIBIiHMBIt if I FASTLINE BETWEEN Cobrcd William is still drink- Â¬ FRANKFORT KY Â¬ ing coal oil which when he perLEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI T17ILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS egrinates on St Johns ridge at VY of Firtiiklln Carroll Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and midnight is a wonderful assistIn the Federal Court There ance to the lightning bugs SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 31 t8S6 is a brilliant halo about him Manufacturer and Dealer in The phenomwherever he goes WM CROMWELL No 6 No 4 No 12 South ltound ena is truly marvelous Ex Sun Ex Sun Daily Attorney-at-La- w While it never has been con8 30 a m 8 25 p m 2 00 p m ceded that Francis Goins is a hand- Â¬ lvc Covington 10 03 a m 9 35 p in 3 30 p ra Falmouth AND Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery 11 04 a in 10 24 p m Cynthiana 4 39 p m some man or that he is gifted 11 40 a in 10 50 p in 515pm Arr Paris with any extraordinary amount of Lexington 12 30 p m 11 30 p m 6 10 p m DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED 11 50 a m 10 55 p m 5 20 p m yet he is smart Lve Paris intelligence is 35 P m 11 25 p m 6 05 p m PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF p m enough to be on the right side in Arr Winchester p m WILL 2 00 Richmond 7 15 Blacksmitbing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly and the adjoining counties and 5 7 P Lancaster will also give special attention to the purchase reference to the railroad project Attended to 6 oc p m Stanford and sale of real estate collection of rents claims He is aware of what it will do for Lve Kichmond 2 00 p in and the negotiation of loans Otllce opposite 3 20 p m Agent for IfcTID his native county He knows it ArrHerea June 25 ly Livingston 5 45 Pjn a chance will give the workingman ana JAS A VIOLET He knows North Bound JAS ANDREW SCOTT No 1 to make his bread No 11 No 3 Columbus Steam Pumps that our county has been deterior- Â¬ VIOLETT SCOTT 123 Lewis St Near tho River Frankfort Ky E2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST ating for years and something 8 must be done to check it He Ive Livingston 10 00 a m Herea 25 a in FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Hichmond it 45 a m knows that no less than forty fam- Arr Urfcl W JU I W I ffe t - WTO PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN H 11 20 a m Lve Stanford G WILL PjC ilies have left the county this and adjacent counties OFFICE Up safe 8 nam Lancaster stairs In the Duvall Building 11 00 a m spring and we have been going Arr Richmond Jun 22 tf Lve Richmond 30 p m 6 05 a m down down till it has become Arr Winchester 2 45 p m 7 15 a m CAPITAL 8 00 a m 3 20 p m Paris The railroad will check irksome 2 45 p m 7 25 a m M5Pm Lve Lexington DR J COLLINS as they say all this Suppose 8 25 a in 3 40 p m 3 jo p m Piii SSbfelllitfHtl jag iK TTf vu Cvnthiana 3 59 p m 8 59 a m 417pm will be benefitted Let Frankfort p m 10 01 a m 518pm Falmouth 4 47 6 00 p m 35 a m 6 45 p m her benefit let her grow to the Arr Covington Â¬ ATTORNKY AT LAW Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor EMINE BOILERS Â¬ Â¬ STEAM Heal Estate Agent 1 JXaLiS soxxjZeir -- ElfcTQ XETE wokiks gcg--rz--ryji- Â¬ MATTERNS 1 1 S 1 1 proportions of Lexington Then we will have a market for our eggs chickens ginseng and perchance Goins your head is our tobacco level Advocate enterprise and old Franklin will rise and shine So mote it be North Bound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington MAYSVILLE BRANCH No si Daily Ex Sun 725 a m No S3 Daily Ex Sun 2 MAIN OPP OFFICE Teeth STREET withoutRODMANthe extracted pain by use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas DENTIST ART GALLERY -- I 342 MAIN STEEET- - Silas Fax A Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr A Taysville South Bound Piri m 8 15 842 a m Q05 a in 957 a m 10 35 a m 520 p m 612 p m 706 p m 7 5 48 p m cop m 425pm L F COMPTON PORTRAITS IN CRAYON W C MACKLIN AND ALSO COMPTON MACKLIN 41Pm lllOPHIETOUS PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Sizes LveMaysville 50 55j We call your attention to the ad Â¬ Ive lonnson 633 a m 129 p m HAVE TIJE FULL a in 2 23 p m Lve Carlisle 725 vertisement of a remKlvwhich has Lve Millcrsburg 7 47 a ni a 46 j in stood the test of more than a half Arr Pans 8 is a m 315pm century with increasing popularity Arr Lexington 910 a m 6 top m Covington a m 6 oop m 1135 and is universally admitted to have Arr AND MANUFACTURE no equal as a remedy for the cure of No arrive Paris 45 Icav Lexington 800 p m diseases originating in a disordered 842 m Six of the best grades of the best Liver such as Dyspepsia Biliousness NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between WinPlour made in the World Constipation Headache Colic etc chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains except Sunday is simple are daily connections made at Winchester with OfllceA wareroom Broadwuy opp Capitol Square Simmons Liver regulator Direct Mt Sterling Ashland and harmless purely vegetable and Chesapeake and Ohio for W Vm and Eastern Huntington Charleston advantageously Cities can be safely and used under any circumstances It Fast Line Kos 3 and 4 run via Winchester acts mildly and effectually and is es Â¬ Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between R L E S fTl E H pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester it holds in so and Washington D C Baggage Checked to any cine which position Through Tickets and We do not know destination reached by a railroad many homes another preparation which can bring ol For full particulars address or call on any agent the company or forward such endorsements from To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock S F B MORSE D A FEELEY Good Salary awl Expenses or Commission heads of families and those holding Per Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt manent employment guaranteed Â¬ Address at Covington Ky Lexington Ky the highest official ami social posi once stating uge HOWLANDi SNELL tions Keep SimmonsLiver Regula Â¬ H E HUNTINGTON Receiver Nurterymcn St Louis Mo General Offices Covington Ky tor in your house it will reduce your 1 Grand Record Nc Daily Ex Sun No 54 Daily Ex Sun 2 Elkhorn Roller Mills HOLLER SYSTEM at Seduced Price p m R ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - j - --- - Â¬ T URL COFFINS ftC A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STKEET COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of Q M Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY FRANKFORT Â¬ All the latest style furniture constantly In stock A feet Is offered for salo ut a bargain For leruiH apply ui hub oiuce AebUHl GOOTj BUILDING LOT 60 BY 835 OR 810