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The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X TFor tho ltouniliibout1 FRANKFORT to market he could make more out of them by shipping When I was 1 boy there was no market for corn In that neigh- Â¬ borhood in a radius of three miles there were ten distilleries I can call to mind run by farmers to manufacture the corn they raised into whisky rarely ever buying Now the farmer cannot do any this Times have changed corporations have been formed large distilleries built which consume all the corn grown here and import largely from other States The farmers formerly sold their corn at from 50 to 75 cents per Now they get from 200 barrel to 300 per barrel making more money by selling than by manu- Â¬ facturing Also in my young days before the locking and damming of the river all goods were hauled in wagons from Louisville to all points in Central and South eastern Â¬ Â¬ KY JUNE II 1887 Number 39 LECOmPTE Your Birthday Br N S C If 1 hart golden fnvors to bestow I dure not rUo them for I know ou want no dazzling Jeweled crown The wealth of miiiny tress that crowns you dear Is ilttlnc ilildem for jou to wear No otner need bo found If I hud cholco of Floras fairest flowers I would not take them from tho sylvan bowers To grace thy perfect loveliness Thine eyes tho tender blue of violets reveal 31y fears to meet thy aire else I should feel Jlore keenly my distress If I had pearls of ocean Riven me 1 would not deign to olfcr them to thee Tho thought itself were sin Thy rosebud lips my precious little girl Are hiding now a quarrclet of pearl And lalry footprints nestle In thy chin And so thy birthday passes thus uway I have no gift to oiler thee to day I maku no foolish vow I only pray that Sod will keep jou free And homo bright summer send jou back to me As sweet mid tnw as now APitlL 112TH 1837 Coanm uuicated Frankfort Ky June 9th 1887 Dear Roundabout I closed my last by saying every business man should belong to the Board of Trade and will now say no business man can afford to stay out of it for the rea son that the world is on the move The city of Frankfort has comShe has been menced moving asleep for 100 years She has turned over in her sleep and open- Â¬ ed her eyes and made up her mind to move with the rest of the world and the man doing business here who still sleeps and refuses to get up and move with the dreamy eyed maiden will find he will be left if he still expects to do business on the principle of our fore fathers and ourselves to the present time The manner of doing business has changed Competition in all departments of trade is sharp and close not only with the business man but with the farmers also Everything is now done on small Years ago 5 or 10 cents margins per bushel was no drawback on special lots of wheat Now we figure to eighths and quarters of a cent on a bushel The farmer has to do the same thing with every- Â¬ thing he has for sale Years ago he could hold and command bis Now it is very differ Â¬ own prices ent There have to be quick sales and small profits They have learned a nimble six pence is better than a slow shilling making money by doing a larger business And the farmer who fails to catch on I care not how small a farm he has or how poor has to wake up and catch the step or he is left It is not the amount of money we make Of course the farmer with the small poor farm cannot make as much as the farmer with the large rich farm But the large and small farmer both can make more money than they are now doing by culti- Â¬ vating less land and cultivating it more thoroughly and raise a greater variety than they are now raising I know a man in Woodford county three miles south of Mill ville who bought a small worn out farm worn out since my earliest recollection who would not exchange it today acre for acre for the best land in the county He has made more money and is making more money to day acre for acre than any other farmer in Woodford county He is doing it almost without any hired help raising strawberries raspberries blackberries almost wholly Sell Â¬ ing them in this place Versailles and the country around and mak Â¬ ing the blackberries into wine Ot course I do not advocate the wine question but if this man had facilities for getting his blackberries 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ here from scarcely any portion of the State without going a very round about way stopping either at Louisville or Lexington paying We need outlets hotel bills We need them in every direction Just think of it 1 19 counties in the State coming here more or less every year for different pur- Â¬ With roads for them to poses get here our merchants can with an effort extend their trade to the We outskirts of these counties have been and are now shipping over every outlet we have from West Virginia to South Florida selling our flour and other products of our mill What we are doing others can do We want more facilities causing competition in freights enabling us and others who will make the effort to meet the trade elsewhere not forcing us so far from home paying so much freight eating up our profits Quick transportation and close connection is what we want The Kentucky When river navigation was es- farmer comes in and is interested tablished Frankfort was the ship- in all this In place of bringing ping point for Central Kentucky his cattle here on court days and The people were taxed in the the auctioneer crying himself State all over the State to do this hoarse begging for bids telling Freights before this were 75 cents the bidders it was a shame for to 100 per hundred from Louis- Â¬ stock to go so low the trade I Competition would be active and profitable ville to this place observed at the sales last court soon commenced on the river and freight went down to 15 and 20 most of the bidders were farmers bidding on each others stock The cents per hundred In course of time a railroad was thought struck me this would not built from here to Lexington be so if those who had stock to This road and the river put freights sell would put their stock on the down to less than two thirds of market when there was a demand what it was to Lexington and all for it and when there was compethe country beyond got the bene- tition amdng the buyers Farmers can not afford to drive their stock fit of this reduction people all 1 5 or 20 miles here on court days So you see the through Central Southern and and then drive them back if not Eastern Kentucky were benefitted sold and generally have to sell fthem at the very best offer they by these improvements There are now railroads being and the auctioneer can tease and run through the mountains of beg other farmers to pay for their Kentucky in several directions stock This should not be there some connecting with roads in is a market value for every thing Tennessee and Virginia running The farmers should be prepared to Al- Â¬ handle and put on the market to Norfolk and other points though there is more wealth in every thing raised on the farm at all of this mountain country than its full value not depend on home there is in the blue grass region demand for the sale of any thing nearly all the counties up there he may have to sell We try in We and other por- Â¬ our business to keep posted in are paupers tions of the State paying their the market at all points of the when developed compass learn the reliability and But taxes their minerals unearthed and the commercial standing of business sound of the railroad whistle is men at all points take the chances heard on the mountains and in the ship the product of the mill sell it We valleys transporting to all sections on 30 40 or 60 days time We do of the country and to Europe their learn the party is good coal iron lumber salt and a hun- Â¬ not stop and say he might fail in dred other articles the world is de business and we would not get manding then will that country our pay We trust him using our blossom like the rose and become best judgment Some times we indeed the nursing mother to our lose not often We want competition in outlets prosperity The slow dragging in this gives us competition progress of the people are keeping We will never get this freights them from it in hundreds of ways without railroads and a number of I can and wil tell Every place in the country In the first place our laws are them is on the meve railroads are We need a new Con- that deficient For this cause people doing it We cannot move with- Â¬ stitution There is no use saying will not come into our borders out them 1 am for the roads but am op Another reason is that the laws This posed to taxing the people to get we have are not executed It is This is foolish talk Foul murder them every one knows a talk the talk of an old fogy trials are being extended from court to court until the murderer that will ruin business in any place The world This talk is more than a hundred is found not guilty It is the talk of a man years old knows all this for nothing but self Another thing we are behind who cares Any man who hears the propo- Â¬ the world in internal improve to any ex Â¬ sition of the company forming the Capitalists ments Paris tent will not invest anywhere un Frankfort Georgetown Â¬ less there is a spirit of go ahead railroad and then rejects or reThey fuses to vote for it seems to me to tiveness among the people We do not wish to be mixed up with be blind to his own interest make money by investing money There is not a a lot of drones place to my knowledge to day This is the only way money can as well located in the State or out be made The people of Frankof it for a business center as the lin county will own every dollar of city of Frankfort She is the cap- Â¬ stock they subscribe to the road ital every county in the State has If they will not be blinded by preThere is no getting judice and stand with us shoulder to come here around this but they cannot get to shoulder and push forward this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ work my word for it they will never regret the day Thirteen years ago I built the mill we now run I invested my all with the people of Frankfort and Franklin county coming here from Woodford county My father mother wife and children brothers and sisters arc buried on the hill moving the remains of most of them from my old home here All my earthly interests are mostly centered here I have tried at all times to do right to wrong no man Without taxa- Â¬ tion this State and county of ours would have made but little progress Hence I appeal to sober sensible citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county to come up and toe the mark and learn at last what this company proposes to do Not say I am opposed to all taxation from principle and am opposed to voting taxes on other peoples property when you have been doing it all your lives The government could not stand without taxation State or I know some who are National so afraid of paying 13 cents more on the 100 which will be the amount of the interest on the bonds per annum that it will break them up when the difference will be only 130 on the 1000 on S 10000 1300 per annum Who is there that cannot pay this even if there is nothing to be gained by it Some people say Bald Knob Benson Peaks Mill and Bridgeport people will not be convinced but I for one do not believe one word of it If they will only come out and listen Almost everyone I have talked with has softened down Right here I would say to those who are for the road treat every one kindly and instruct those who are opposed fully some I know will not be instructed will not even listen and they will yield their opposition and become friends of the enterprise 1 know every man in the county will make money by the building of the road Enough for this time John E Miles Â¬ Â¬ HER AND SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS MEDICINES CHEMICALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicine Pure Wines and Liquors for niedicinul purposes Kentucky Central Railroad BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shorten and Quickest route from CENTRAL KKNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS AND NORTH EAST 1ST SOUTHWEST FASILINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI 16S6 SCHEDULE IX EFFECT NOV si South Hound No 6 Ex bun No 4 Daily No 12 Ex Sun lve Cynthiana Arr Paris Lexington Lve Paris Richmond Lovington Falmoutn 3 30 a m 8 23 p 10 03 a in 9 35 p 11 04 a m 10 24 p 11 40 a m 10 50 p 12 30 p in 11 30 p Arr Winchester Stanford Lve Richmond Arr Befea Livingston m in m in m 11 50 a m 10 55 p m 12 35 p m 11 25 p m 3 30 p 4 39 p 5 13 p 0 10 p 200pm Lancaster 100pm 5 07 603pm nt m in m 5 20 p m 7 13 p m p in 0 oc p m 200pm 320pm m 5 45 P From Sleepy Hollow Dear Roundabout We see in the Sulphur Springs correspondence that Dan Moore having cast his vote in favor of submitting the railroad question to North Bound Livingston Herea Arr Richmond lve Stanford No 3 No 11 No 1 lve Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester 3 00 a m 25 a m it 45 a m 11 20 a m to 11 00 1 81am a m 30 p m 6 05 a m 2 45 p m 7 15 a m the people is given to understand Paris 3 2o p m 8 00 a m that he has served his last term as lve Lexington p 245pm 7 25 a m 2 45 p m Pimj 330pm 8 825am 3 40 m magistrate Cvnthiana 3 39 p m 59 a m 417pm Falmouth 4 47 p m 10 03 a m 518 pm Well I have talked with Dan 00 p m 11 35 a m 645 pm Arr Covington and he says he has only done what he believed to be right and MAYSVILLE BRANCH for the best interests of his people No 33 No 31 Daily Daily North ltound and that he would do the same Ex Sun Ex Sun again if the question were to come Lve Covington 200pm Lve He says he Lve Lexington 725 a m 423 p m up in the same way 8 is 1 m 320pm Pri cant please everybody and has Arr Miltertburg S42 am 543pm Arr Carli le 005 a m 612pm quit trying long ago Arr Johnson 9 57 a m 7copm 10 33 a m 741pm Arr Maysville There have been twenty conNo No 52 54 D uly Daily South Hound verts that have come out in favor Ex Sun Ex Sun May the of the road last week Lve Maysville 3 3 a m 1250pm good Lord enlighten many more Lve Johnson ir 129 pm 633 vr Carlisle 725 a in 2 23 pm before the election What is good Lve Millersburg 747 a m 2 40 p m Paris for the people of one section of Arr Lexington 815am 115pm Arr 910 a m 6 10pm the county is good for all Arr Covington 1135 a m 600pm Dave Moore was the young man No 45 leavj Lexington S00 p m arrive Paris who had the brush fence and 842 p m Trains 3 and 4 arc daily between Win NOTE Dave is a red hot lailroad man at chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains Â¬ I Â¬ that Â¬ Now if they will only let Dan Cities alone he has no ax to grind and Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester with Pullman no interest except what is for the Solid Trainsand Richmond Sleeping Cars between Va and Winchester Cincinnati and go to and Washington D C Baggage good of his people Checked to any Through Tickets and work and help the railroad it will destination reached by a railroad For nil particulars address or call on any agent be a boom for the whole county d the cnmpiny or S F B MORSE and every citizen will reap his D A FEELEY Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt share of the beiefit Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON Receiver Hurrah for the railroad are daily except Sunday Direct connection is made at Winchester with ChesTpealve and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Vu and Eastern f m Quit General Offices Covington Ky rr P ir4MPV 3 home Had they lived in this day line of the road their profits would L W Sullivan of Kansas City is on a visit to his brother Dr J of bituminous coal and railroads not have been so large Compare this with your pnrchaso t St Paul Minn June 5 18S7 they could not have exercised bet This is not only true in Min H Sullivan on Todd street Editor JioumUtbout ter judgment in that behalf The nesota but it is true in Kentucky Mr E M Hansbrough has I see that the Frankfort Board valley in which Frankfort is situ and it is true of all kinds of proof Trade has taken in hand the ated is the nearest point to the duce I know that it is a matter moved into his new residence on matter of building a head waters of the Kentucky of impossibility for the farmers to Grandvicw street railroad from Frankfort to George river with available space enough carry their farms to the railroad R S Collins and family arc town and other points in Eastern and that near to and above high now traversing Franklin county now occupying the brown cottage Kentucky and through Judge water mark upon which to build but it is a duty they owe to on Benson street Wm Lindsay and other honora Â¬ a city It is the most accessible themselves and to their children W L Pence will have the new ble gentlemen of Franklin county of all the valleys along the Ken- Â¬ and to their childrens children Champion Mill running in a few will make one last terrible effort to tucky river The stream is navi that they bring the railroads as days put the plan into successful opera- Â¬ gable and several valleys converge near as possilble to their lands Jesse Mann will in a short time God grant that their labors here up any or all of which an A saving of one cent per bushel tion lead to the hymenial altar one of may be crowned with success easy grade could be established per mile on wheat and on all In all languages and in all lands for the purposes of railroad traffic other produce in proportion is 116 Woodfords fairest daughters Mrs W W Culbertson and the blue grass region of Kentucky with the outside world mean consideration and could all is spoken of and known as the If age brings experience as well moneys that may be saved to children of Ashland Ky are on most prodiAtive and beautiful land as gray hairs then the city of Franklin in a visit to Mr G A Robertson county farmers on the face of the earth and it is Frankfort in this the one hundred freights by the building of the Keep the Roll on the ball through the green pastures and and first year of her existence proposed railroad be hoarded up railroad and its benefits well to the RfiSTliESSNESS golden fields of this far famed sec Â¬ should begin to appreciate and through three generations and front M Let every man make him A STRICTLY VIOtTABU Rlijf MULTLIS rAMILT MEOIOINK tion that it is proposed to build to profit by some of the natural given to the fourth the grand self a soldier in the battle this road penetrating with its advantages of her situation climb total would be something tremen An important crisis is now upon strong arm the iron and coal fields the surrounding hills and build dous By an air line the coal the people of our town and county AtON 1A which lie in the eastern end of the her homes bluffs iron- and timber supply in East- Â¬ upon the WM Beautiful and productive that manufacturing establishments ern Kentucky is as near Frankfort Let us for once take the right State PHILADELPHIA is this region history tells us and commercial enterprise may to day in miles as it will ever be shute as Price OH E Dollar Once more to the breach dear that the spot where Frankfort take possession of the valley We all know or ought to know now stands was one of the first to Aa you value health perhaps life examine each To many the above paragraph that competition is the life of friends once more and let us disinfect Craddocks stagnant lake package and be sure you get the Genuine See attract the pioneers eye It finds will be a little high sounding but trade and that time is money thered Z Trade Mark and the full title on front of Wrapper and on tho side mention in the earliest of the jour Â¬ as sure as Frankfort receives ade- If you can not shorten the miles on July 6th the seal and signature of J II Zellln As nals in which adventurous Vir quate railroad facilities just so between Frankfort ad the home as In the above fac- - simile Remember there From and after the 6th of July Co other genuine Simmons Liver Regulator ginians recorded their expeditions sure will many who are to day of these great staple articles things will look brighter for old to no It is living in Frank fort see every which you so much require you Franklin into the western wilderness Then will the winter of the site of one of the first surveys available foot of water front and can shorten the time time saved our discontent be made glorious made in the great western county trackage in the valley occupied is money made between the two summer of Fincastle upon locations select- - by manufacturing establishments points and reduce existing freight 5 Farmers of Franklin county ed by hardy men from Rockbridge and when this shall have come to rates by building and equipping Vou help yourselves wnen you OF CINCINNATI OHIO and Augusta pass the hills around Frankfort the proposed road help the railroad You are put Â¬ WILL BE AT T1IK At the time these men were will indeed present a lovely picThis road will bring prosperity ting in your pocket when attracted by the spot where ture beautiful homes and drive to the entire county and the sure you money up the prosperity of SSQTjEL build Frankfort stands there were ways will gladdin the hearts and and happy effect of the enterprise your county IN FRANKFORT KY many fertile miles of country to be rest the eyes of thousands of will be felt by every man in the Squire Daniel Moore of Benson SATUBDAY JULY 2 1887 had for the asking and this being bread winners who will look county whether he owns any true there must have been some up from their labors at the close of property or not They who own precinct is the noblest roman of SATURDAY JULY HO JSS7 peculiar attraction about the day Surely all this is enough to most will be most benefitted bv them all and is just the calibre for place wnicn induced tnese men reward the people of Frankfort reason of the appreciation in value county judge a man of broad to select Frankfort as the site for the labor and expense neces- it will bring to their property and views excellent judgment and a BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING whereon to build their homes and sary to bring to Frankfort these yet the poorest man in Franklin careful attention to the wants of Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars given to sunerer or any charity ho may designate lay the foundation of a city much needed improvements To county outside of the poor house the whole people lor any ease of Piles I cannot cure by tho 11R1NK Aside from the fact that Frankfort the people of Franklin county the will be benefitted for he must Hurra for the man who has had EHHOFF SYSTEM NO KNIFE IS USED t is a wonderfully picturesque place completion of these improvements protect his body with clothing a turnpike built right by his door Â¬ NO LIGATURE IS USED these first settlers were apprecia- will also bring golden reward and what the merchant saves in and has had his neighbors taxed tive of the further fact that to be Many men will come with the freight on the clothes he wears to help build it and is now ready LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED t near a watercourse and the larger industries that will flock to so will be to his benefit in a reduced to do as h has been done by and the better were of great advan desirable a point and all must eat price on the article There is not assist his neighbors in getting a FISTULA IN ANO Is cured tage from a commeicial point of wniie the toners in the city are a mechanic or laboring man in the railroad view as well as for reasons of per- busy with their trades their coun- town or county who would not FISSURES Now would be an opportune Cured without cutting or tearing sonal comfort and convenience try brethren will be employed in be more than blessed by the build- time for another epistle irom noSome of them had doubtless wit- the fields hoeing the corn fatten Â¬ ing of this road and if they could ble old Bob Franklin It he were ULCERATION CATARRH nessed the growth and importance ing the hogs looking after the cat- go with me to day through the only here his presence would be Of the bowel cured of Manchester on the James in tle and doing all those things streets of this city and see the worth one hundred men Read Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Virginia which aside from the necessary to produce a sufficiency thousands of men who are engaged his letter in another column nearly three and Ed larly formade among jearswealthy the niunv cures he Das the and Influential advantage of its situation on said of vegetable and animal food upon the public improvements be- Â¬ citizens are sulllclent evidence of his success The more customers the farmers It Is now a well established fact that many dis river had nothing above some of wherewith to feed their friends in ing made here they would not eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder nervous system arc either caused or the interior towns to commend it town and have a surplus to go to wonder at the great growth and have the more they will get for nomb and by aggravated the coexistence of Its vey situation gave it such other markets not now within prosperity which has come to this their corn tobacco hay oats LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER FILES FISTUÂ¬ wheat hoys cattle butter eggs REFERENCES prestige that early it was an im their reach by reason of the inad- Â¬ place and chickens And the more A HDMcClure Frankfort Ky Ky portant commercial centre and a equate facilities and consequent love your homes and If you Col L Sublett Erankfort general distributing point for expense of shipping Now when would see the old town a manu- railroads the less it will cost them Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Ky a greater portion of the south- the farmer brings his market stuff facturing centre of some import- to get their crops and stock into J IL McKenzle Versailles Ky DR KELLEYS olllce una residence Is rt eastern section of the new world to town he is told by the pur- Â¬ ance rather than a mere station the hands of their customers West Seventh street Cincinnati and nheie H6 e may be found every day of each week EN CEPT This prestige it retained until some chaser N R R vote and Railroads bring buyers and custo I expect to get some on the L of the merchants who had grown work next week and will pay you work for the building of the new mers lor every thing the farmei rBIDld AND SATURDAYS Pamphlets describing these disease- - and this wealthy there refused to permit for this the next time you come road and show the world that can produce mode of treitment sent free to nuj cue by ad the building of a crnal between in Then they will find for it there is some ambition and spirit Christopher C Merchant was dressing their beautiful homes and the ready sale for cash for the towns- in the men of Kentucky as well as on Saturday last elected without W I hELLEY M 1 river urging as a reason for such people will be employed and as in her horses It is in no other opposition school trustee it in 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 objection that it would destroy labor has its sure reward the than the kindliest spirit that I use his intention during his term to in T the beauty of their grounds laborer will have the money with the above words All I write is fuse a lively interest into matters Dec CONSULTATION FREE 2My This action forced the canal to be which to pay Wheat corn and prompted by a strong desire to see pertaining to the school complete built upon the opposite side of tobacco will be worth more to the home of my childhood the and paint the building and give the river and immediately Rich- you for it will not take all the home of industry to see my the patrons a ten months school mond which was an unirrqjortant profit to pay the freight charges friends and relatives there blessed The pupils have now become so place began to build about the to market as only those who are blessed who numerous that it will be necesary scooped canal Manchesters To day I had a talk with Hon improve the talents which have to engage a principal and an as commerce and to day is one of N P Langford ji gentleman been intrusted to them sistant Bellepoint is looking up the leading cities in the South prominent in this city and State Rout B Franklin A sickening thing it is to meet while Manchester is as dead as a and in the course of our conversaone of those over conscientious Bellepoint Friends I pray of tion the subject of railroads and dour nail individuals who cant vote for the vou be warned by the death of their benefits came up He told Mrs Dr Sullivan is on a visit to railroad because they have no You have objected me that a number of years ago her fathers family in Eminence Manchester property to be taxed and don i to the building of a canal and sent he with some friends having A d Mrs Keeling Gaines has gone want to tax his neighbor it to the Richmond side of the determined to buy several thouin Madi- there is still another kind of fool James by failing to secure the sand acres of farming lands in on a visit to her daughter to vit a it 1 w who dont want Louisville Southern R R which Minnesota were offered land son county to have his great grandcnildren a goes to Lawrenceburg Do not several miles off the line of the W S Clarke has moved into let this last chance the P G the east end of the double cottage cussin m him ah their live lony road at 5 per acre while 10 per TUE SEASON OF dy Oh my how considerate U7ILL MAKE miles from Frankfort1887 AT Mi F R R to better your condi- acre was demanded for land imme- on Benson street Vt farm two on rim i N R R at tion escape you but like the diately upon the line of the road Trouble AJicart The poll has been taken and 25 TO INSUBE A MAEE IN FOAL fabled turtle fasten your strength They investigated the matter and Bellepoint is solid for the railroad When the appetite falls and sleep grows Honey due us soon as the fact Is ascertained or restless and uurefresblng there is trouble upon it and never loose your hold found that it would cost thm one with one exception tiie mare parted with ahead The digestive organs when healthy until the thunder of the locomo- Â¬ cent per bushel per mVe to convey DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE crave food the nervous system when vigor Â¬ Large numbers of our citizens ous and tranquil gives Ub possessor1 no un Â¬ DAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 15 tives awake the echoes from their wheat by wagons to the railhands and S tonic to easiness ut Inches high with a uud Devils Hollow to Cumberland road from the more distant farms aaend nightly the meetings of the should not benight Aappetiser be effective can show a 230gnlt find black mane weekstali and nor are the a mere with only u few hand Salvation Aimy nerves to ue sireugineneu nun sooineu uy me ling His colts have already proven to be not Gap so they bought the railroad lands unaided action or a sedative or a narcotic only line looking but trotters He Is the cheap Knowing something of the paying the double price therefor medicine which invig What F P Lewis is doing a lucrative orates is reaulred is aand promotes assimila Â¬ est horse ever stood In Franklin7 county the stomach BAYWOOW Bay stallion Standard Rule topography of the count through and in consequence of the saving business in life insurance by the means foaled 1881 Sired bv Harold sire of Maud 8 He is tion of food system system by whichparts as well as other of lpW Noontide 22014 etc the nervous 1 dim Nata by which the Kentucky river winds in freight and the subsequent the agent for the Provident Woodford Mambrlno 221 the physical organism are strengthened sire ot Abbottsford These are the effects of Hostetters Stomach hlMh 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woalford son of its way I am convinced that the increase in value of real prop Bitters a medicine whose reputation is Alexanders Norman slro of Lulu 210 May The pretty Miss Emma Graham first settlers in the valley of Frank erty along the line of the road publio confluence and founded llrmly a dam by thoroughbred son of lm ioeen 220 of South Frankfoit has been the Which physicians in commend for its tonic 4 Uum bred by the into R A norted Sovereign fort made no mistake when they an are today wealthy men while and other properties It is used Alexander by Old St Lawrence guest of the Mjsses Merchant dur With the best results lu fever and ague rheu selected the site for their iuiuic it they Had bought land oft the W L COLLINS matism kidney aud uterluo weaJuiew ud ing the past weekj April 9 Snw Â¬ Â¬ i1 Letter front Minnesota OUTt f Â¬ Â¬ long-talkcd-- Â¬ Â¬ msssm DYSPEPSIA wssmm Â¬ - P ril JM Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Mav Â¬ Â¬ CAPITAL FILES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BAYW00D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ li 1 ious Â¬ Â¬ titer lualAdlea IK m 3 The following is the official score of the Spring Hill Gun Club at the regular practice match on Friday June 3 out of a possible twenty five Knoxvillc blackbirds Among the Colored cm- xcns IY PEPPER POD - portion of the city niornlntr and evening For sale nt nil times tit Plenty of rain umir street sitwi vf O R WH M A AlRs OLU STAND SecondsiStreet South Side w LTWT Scarcity of beer and whisky in 11 21 G F Berry K Tnylor ZE3 ZE3Z- 1 April 30 2m ILP Popper jr 17 the primary election Craw J L Price 22 19 J S Abrnms It Church consumed a large quantity of it 20 21 R Morris G L Payno between-you-anaristocrats those Saturday Look here Uncle There was a match on yesterday Zekc you just ought to have been County felfixed evening but the scre was not there lows What makes them so pleas- Â¬ Black men and white made before wc closed our forms men locked arms together got ant and devoted to our interests FARM FOE SALE Blest be the tic that binds our and fought drunk together A scries of base ball games is wallowed together but they could hearts TWILL SELL ON JULY THE DTII WS7 AT 10 A M on being played by the Main street not vote together Oh how time A farmer who was very fond of uated nine milesthe premisesorthe Collins farm sit Frankfort near the northeast be the Peaks Mill pike It and South Frankfort clubs The changes things It used to chicken noticed that nearly all he AND TWENTY SEVENcont tins ONE HUNDRED ACHES all In grass mid of even rooms first game resulted 18 to 10 in law for white men to buy and sell raised disappeared about frying abundant water a good houseline barn and 1 spring house bustgy house a black men but on last Saturday on fruit time so that he never got a pot of treeslllty tlt3 pltee Alio twenty seven lie nI favor of the South Siders and the we saw white men buy white men head of stock hogs seven cattle pic or a fry He at last decided horses a wtrlety of fowls a lot of oats head of a Konrt second 25 to 20 in favor of the for five dollars a head bujtrj- wisoui farming Implements to build a fence around his yard and kitchen furniture Easy terms Eorhousehold Informa Main streets They play again Frankfort so tight that nothing could get tion apply to C E COLLINS d BRO June 11 td Mr W W denies the slander Ky to morrow afternoon on the Sand ous charge made against him last one Just as he commenced a fox LESSONS IN SIIOUTliAND bar came out of a thicket near by and week saying that he was thinking He had no inquired of the farmer what he PO THE CITIZENS OF FRANKFORT THE going to work We arc glad to see that our hard- Â¬ about thought at the time and was doing such The farmer explained STENOGRAPHY will ilve a course of lesions In l undersigned and TYPEWRITING Tocom working friend Mr Ben Utter says he can and will whip the matters when the fox who disap mence Monday June 13th 187 Terms reasona ble Tuition payable Invariably In advance back of South Frankfort has man that made the false report desiring proved 01 tne tence said i am Thosenames to loin the class will please leave Pea Radge Ford very much interested in this chick- their 11 lt with Mr Thos liLUCIE A CHILD3 been granted a pension as a Mexi Â¬ about him June ExWc retract Mr W W Dont build a fence Roll of honor Franklin county en business can soldier cuse us this time we will do so no 1887 Esquires Lyons Threlkeld leave this chicken business to me Grocery and Bar Room Jett more McDonald Jas Carr Bohannan for I have made a life long study of the matter and understand it There is a preacher in town who Tinsley and Moore Mr J R Shaw was in LouisFOR SALE thoroughly while you do not I Gentlemen please accept the has a few sick members that are ville last week on business am just as much interested as you Â¬ receiving his attention this week thanks of the Ridge for your indeMiss Sallie Long of Cynthiana pendent action in favoring a sub- are in having a large crop of chick- DESIRING TO CLOSE OUT MY BUSINESS I is visiting Mrs J R Shaw this on account of the river being too mission of the railroad tax ques- ens raised Go leave it to me entire stock of groceries and llqwrs muddy for him to fish Good for for at n Will at cot tint week and Ill attend to it The farmer Sthsub asbarman must sell closed out oyJi m io67 the stock be that tion to a vote of the people and the sick and the fish too time Come and secure a bargain Miss Nellie Goodwin of Frank disregarding the influence of some suffered himself to be persuaded P A FlHS Juno 4 2t Died Mr Henry Johnson one village Great Mogul or and being hungry for chicken fort spent last Saturday and Sun of our respected Christian gentle is hungry now and likely monarch whose wealth is then he day here with relatives men on Tuesday June 7th aged his only claim to notice to be still more so For in the Mr D Newman and Mr M 28 years 4 months and 17 days woods near by a fat sly fox has a Bro T N Arnold will preach chicken for dinner every day and THE HOUSES AND LOTS FRONTING ON Parker of Frankfort called on He leaves a wife and one child street nnd the Louisville Turnpike In one of our girls Sunday afternoon who have our sympathies in this here next Sunday evening at five sleeps on a bed of feathers every South Frankfort as follows The house and lot now occupied by S C Bull J The Mr Johnson oclock Miss Mattie Horten and Mr J their sad affliction So when the wily tricky Sttbletts house und lot north of nnd adjoining Col night lot member of the First Baptist the last named lot M Down of Yarnallton visited was a Rough on horses working all politicians and wealthy obstacles to a The vacant lot adjoiningDr Sam James or For particulars Inquire of Church also a member of Rober day and then carrying two to the all improvement tell us that they friends here last week J01INU LINDSEY sons Cornet Band of Frankfort have as much interest in the county Sunday school was opened at who buried him with musical Salvation Army at night as we have that the interest is all SCHOOL Whites school house last Sunday honors Revs E Evans and R The Scott legions flushed with one and the same and because evening at 3 oclock with good H C Mitchell officiated victory at Jsnclgeport returned we A dont understand the questions Jr LL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED attendance here under the leadership of Capt the County finance and taxation we ought meetthatthe City School Board of Examiners will at Building In Frankfort on We are with a few exceptions Will Tracy in time to defeat the of Miss Lettie Carson one of Crab 8d Saturday next for the pur for the railroad and those who are Republican candidate for trustee to leave such matters for them to the of examiningIbtlt June for teachers certif pose applicants Orchards beautiful belles who not for it are those who have little icates Also on the third and fourth Saturdays In The scriptures offer him consola- attend to let us remember the July and August There will be no other examin has been visiting Miss Lettie Intending to apply come all They say tion Galatians chapter 6 verse 3 above fable and that while the ations held and all set or be refused must exnm no property at The Hearn will return home Wednes or it will make interest may be the same their in- on the regular days their taxes too Inatlonwlllbea written one The fee must be paid before entering on the examination which Is day to the regret of her many that when one weeks work on Yes Im going to terests may not be our interests CiTizrx high 100 T1I0S HUNTER C S S F C friends railroad May28 3t the road will pay their taxes for vote against the The singing class of the Pea Our sage What for Miss Lettie Hearn and her three or four years NEW TRANSFER 1NE Because people will Ridge Sunday school meets every Citizen guest Miss Lettie Carson are Rev G H Burks will attend say there goes a fellow with lots Saturday evening at three oclock visiting friends in Frankfort this and is well attended 1 passenger nnd valise or satchel exercises at 23 cents 1 passengegund 1 trunk week Its very lonesome without the commencementnext Tuesday of property 33 cents Wilberforce Ohio 5U cents The trespass law varies so much 1 passenger and 2 trunks Our sage Not exactly They these two girls and we boys say He is one of the trustees of Wilpassengers and 1 trunk 50 cents will say you belong to a man that in different places that it is really l passengers and 2 trunks CO cents 2 come home immediately if not berforce University refreshing to have some definite Children 3 years old and under 9 will be charged does sooner In addition to above The Kentucky Court Scents children charges will be Where there are several reasonable Mr Lindsey Weaver and Miss Will Tracy says it was the decision Capt Baggage will be transferred In wagon ESalcl Knob of Appeals has see last Rounda Flsinng parties picnics Ac will receive prompt Amanda Bush were united in holy quietest school election for years at bout decided a case in which a attention mayreasonable ratesTelephone Exchange Orders be left lit the wedlock pn Wednesday evening Can boast of as clever and social Wing Holmes it Hallorans Drug A worthy resident here to whom man was killed on a railroad It fice and A II WaggonersStore Blue Store of May they Rev G H Burks on Grocery people as can be found anywhere by your subscribers are often indebt is very interesting as it settles two Droadvny live long together replenish the W B LUCKETT ed for an item of news met the points first that a man can tresMiss Cordie Adams ot the earth and multiply Telephone 81 Orders scribe and requested him to pub- pass on land that none claimed was iiuy may be left at Telephone Exchange Star of Bethlehem was the guest 3m The scribe promised posted or enclosed and second lish an item of Miss Eva Cain last Sunday Editor Roundabout Permit myself and wife through so to do when the gentleman that the proper thing to do with a Mr Willis Reeves of Pleasure found he had forgotten it but trespasser is to run a train of cars villc was in the vicinity last Sun- the columns of your paper to return our heartfelt thanks to the promised to think of it by next over him ESTABLISHED day HAYING RECENTLY we are prepared toA COAL furnish Frankfort of the First Colored week or next week after when it members of on Im agin the rail- Â¬ all kindsUlllce coal the short noticeH at the lowest ist citizen Mr Curtis M Sanford and his Baptist Church and friends for the will be promptly laid before the prices R Williams present at road but Im in favor of a few grocery where for orders may be left bride visited relatives at the Knob numerous presents given us last readers of the Roundabout May ill lin GAINES MCDANIEL Railroads is a blasted more pikes recently Wednesday night We shall ever The Ridge is billed with a monopoly The young friends of education remember those composing the do- Â¬ Notice to the Voters of Franklin I am in favor of NEW PLANIXG MILL 2D citizen will shortly organize a explaining the object pikes too but isnt a pike a mo Literary nation party and pray that they County P rail- Â¬ nopoly Society at this place We hope may have a prosperous journey and route of the F G As we must it seems M You shall always road There is so much to recom- Â¬ have monopolies let us favor the through life they will succeed Ilavingrecently added to his Establishment Railroads charge Messrs Stiles Young and W F find the latch string on the outside mend the proposition that it is most liberal otten as you favorably received by our people three cents a mile and furnish a First Class Flaming Mill Clarke have left for parts unknown of our door and as call you shall be made welcome to First the names signed to it and conveyance for travelers Turn- Â¬ Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of It is said they left with Barretts our home Accept our grateful second the open manly and pike roads charge often more and Show Your straight forward manner in which the traveler furnishes his own con- Â¬ Sash Doors BlindsFrames thanks for your kindness Molding Rev J Head preached the fu- visit was highly appreciated by us the whole matter is laid before the veyance neral of Mrs Sally Ann Reardon Respectfully people The directors take us in ALSO Many curious and amusing comto a large and attentive congregaEugene Evans to their fullest confidence and ask ments are made on the action of Scroll Work Stair Work Turning tion at Lebanon Church last Sun Â¬ Fkankfort Ky June 9 87 for our assistance and advice five magistrates who acting under day Text Psalm 84 verse 2 Gotten out In the best style who evil counsel attempted to deprive Every man in Letter from Zeke Yocum makes a living by the county The friends and advocates of labor is interest- their constituents of a right that is the temperance cause are requested in building the new railroad guaranteed by the U S Constitu- Â¬ Commissioners Notice Puneville Ky June 6 18S7 ed to meet and organize a Prohibi- Â¬ and it is to be hoped they will not tion to every citizen One excuse tion Club at this place for the Dear Ncphciv deceived bv the cant of those made CREDITORS OF R GLOGOWER HAVING conduct that claims against Im here and well I will be in be are such hot friends of the peoplefor such run the iscounty the lstdayof Juiy said estate on or belore the welfare and advancement of the who in would to lsi will present same Junethe un Lexington by the 15th of this poor laborer when there is someon or of community Sup- dersignedproven before the Mil day JOHNSON 1857 How do you know debt L F properly I want to sec the great month Special U F C C Owen Robinson our distin- Â¬ Bolivar Buckner Its commonly thing to be made out of him that pose they did who does the county June l td they want to prevent his being vic- belong to A man with nothing FDR SALE DR RENT guished voting physician will ac reported here that he has been company the next expedition to abducted or kidnapped that he timized by our Dan and others ought not to distress himself much And the MY HOUSE IN SOUTH FRANKFORT ON the North Pole This climate is had made his escape from the Cen- Â¬ Why do certain rich men take so about paying 150000 84 street House has becoming too tropical for the sur Â¬ tral Committee that he had gone much interest in working men at man who is well heeled need not 0 rooms long hall Lot by 230 feet nantrv and kitchen cellar For fear the bother himself either for if he good garden particular time this plus adipose tissue that he totes Also my household and kitchen furniture piano to North Carolina among the Tar poor man might vote a tax on organ dec given on or before July 1st We would like to say to the Heels that the cause of his break- himself influence was used with dont feel like paying he can doÂ¬ Jimo4 3t Possession D L SUBLETT like we expect to do defer paypleasuring party that came out ing away from the Committee was the magistrates to deprive him of IE3Z ment for thirty years from Frankfort last Monday week his fear of Bradley that Yankee the right to vote The right to to give us a general description Bligh with all Pinkertons detec- Â¬ vote seems a small favor to beg Fon Rent A house of five rooms T HAVE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A FEW 1 boarders for the summer June 1st of their visit through the columns tives could not find him Now for Why five magistrates refused on St Clair street Good water in A limited number will it ml Kbeginningdelightful M I a pi ice to siKMid the summer mouths my heart with of the Roundabout next week this news pierced yard and house in good repair Ap needs explanation Irlces 100 per day or 500 per week Special and how they enjoyed the wet many sorrows prices for families Address ply to Dan Meagher sr It T P ALLEN What is the matter with our 38 tf I would suggest that if he can Come again weather y FurinUale r-s be found the Committee bring him home at once Dont take him at once in Bradleys presence but let him come up slow By being gen Â¬ tle with him they might get him to stand one broadside from Brad I am told that Bradley never Icy struck a man below the belt nor kicked any one when he was on the ground Mr Scott of your city might go and see Bradley and ask him to be kind to him until he takes a bottle of Warners Safe Kidney Cure His general health has been bad since his surrender at Fort Donelson In my next I will give you all Will tell you a few the news things of importance about Frank- Â¬ lin and Shelby counties Dont forget the Paris and Georgetown railroad My love to you and Mrs Lewis My opposiand all the children tion to the Cow Bill is the same as Muchly your uncle ever Zeke Yocum Â¬ BENSON IGR t ri Pure Ijensnn fee c 1 1 v clellvfcnyl In nny rS nsrzooiij d Â¬ Franklin Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 self-appoint- FOR SALIC 1 NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ New Coal Firm Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M I Â¬ fe i rlfHiii 4 IP T2 Hon W O Bradley the Re Â¬ publican candidate for Governor Kutereit nt the post olllce at Frankfort Kentucky matter as second class mailable addressed a large and enthusiastic audience at the Opera House on GEORGE A LEWIS His friends Saturday night last Ed itor and arc very much encouraged and FRANKFORT JUNE 11 1887 his enemies can but admit that he makes a calm dispassionate argu Ex Attorney General of the ment devoid of all bitterness for United States Hon James Speed his side of the question m of Louisville is slowly recovering Judge William Lindsay Judge from a very serious illness which fatal Alvin Duvall and others will ad it was feared would prove dress the people of this county at is a single sound and the Forks of Elkhorn this after- Â¬ If there valid reason why the county of noon at 4 oclock upon the ques- Â¬ Franklin should not vote the sub- tion of subscribing for stock in the scription of stock asked for in the Paris Georgetown Frankfort railroad we have failed to hear of Railroad Let everybody turn it and dont believe it can be out and hear the question fully shown and fairly presented FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Interment of the Remains of tlie Great Sculptor Joel T Hart Â¬ The following invitation has WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH 8UCH A been sent out by the Governor asking the people to take part in the ceremonies attendant upon the OF1 remains of the interment of the greatest of American sculptors The Governor respectfully in vites the people of Kentucky to And prices were never so low Bayers have tho ndvnntngo in our houpo be present at the memorial ser- Â¬ of seeing bo mnny goods before they buy nnd dont have to vices in honor of Joel T Hart in tnke the clioice between one or two things the State cemetery at Frankfort T lVTf We 8how nl1 BizeB AVe 1U a litll fcllow 4 enr9 Ky at eleven oclock a m 1 IN VJ oW t the biggeBt tallest and shortest man ir 1 the country Pricea from 200 to 2000 a suit Saturday June 18th 1887 WHITE HALL MAMMOTH STOCK Clothing Shoes Hats Â¬ c mrr rlTl fl IN SHOES -A- Â¬ HONORARY FALL BEARERS We have all widths Stock fresh nnd clean The Frankfort Heating Com panb closed a contract Saturday with the Forest City Drilling Com pany of Cleveland Ohio to sink a gas well in this city or vicinity work to begin within twenty days This looks like business and it is The ugly rumors in regard to to be hoped that the Company Hon C J Bronston Common will strike a roaritig vein of gas in wealths Attorney of the Lexing a short time ton District have been thorough Judge Lindsay returned on ly investigated by the grand jury Tuesday from Paris whither he and have been found utterly and went to address the people of entirely malicious and false Bourbon county in favor of the F railroad He reports Judge Alvin Duvall and Gen P G large the people heartily and enthusiasD V Lindsey addressed a and enthusiastic crowd of the citi- tically in favor of the enterprise zens of the town and county in and says the friends of the road befavor of the railroad subscription are very much encouraged on Monday last They explained lieving as they do that Bourbon all the circumstances and condi- county will be certain to vote the tions surrounding the proposition subscription of 250000 asked for and made masterly appeals to the On Tuesday evening a telegram county pride of the people to come forward and push this enter- announced the sad intelligence that Miss Mary Skinner a charm prise to a successful issue ing young lady well known and Tliat Trabue Stock much beloved in this community Those persons who oppose the had died at the residence of Mr railroad on the alleged ground Chas Resor in Cincinnati of For months her that Mr Trabue holds an amount consumption of paid up stock in the old com friends had entertained the gravest pany at present worthless must apprehensions concerning her con either take the position that they dition and at their solicitation she are personal enemies of Mr Tra- visited Cincinnati about four weeks bue or give up their opposition ago where she received the best The alternative medical attention but human as on that ground In is before them and they must sistance could avail nothing the bloom of young womanhood choose Why Because in the first her beautiful life passed away as a place Mr Trabue is not to receive dream She was orphaned at the age of one dollar out of Franklin countys subscription to the road In the three years since which time her second place he is not to receive aunt Mrs Robert McMillan of one dollar out of any money raised this county has discharged toward on the credit of that subscription her the cares and duties of a So far as Franklin county is con- mother and beneath whose roof cerned Mr Trabue will not de- she found a home She had passed prive her nor her citizens of one the days of her happy childhood in this county and now in her dollar upon either basis Why the twentieth year she had given her Well what then only remaining fact is that in case heart and hand to a worthy and the railroad is built and the stock noble Franklin county boy who becomes worth dollar for dollar only waited the improvement in Mr Trabue will realize value for her health to take her to himself April last was the the stock he earned by labor and and his home money actually expended by him month fixed for their nuptials but But Franklin county will also get the fading flower suggested delay dollar for dollar for her subscrip- and hoped for health and happi tion and will be paid in full for ness To her aged aunt only brother every cent she may subscribe Whilst Trabue may be benefitted and her many warm friends we Franklin county will not be injured tender our heartfelt sympathy in Who then but a per- this dark hour of trial and bid one cent sonal enemy would oppose the them look to the brightening day subscription simply because Tra- of the resurrection when they bue may get hereafter some re- shall see her again turn for stock now worthless at The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Gilby C Kelly nobodys expense We dont think there are many at the residence of Mr Robert citizens in Franklin county whose McMillan in this county on hostility to Mr Trabue will lead Thursday afternoon after which them to deprive its people of a the remains were interred in the Frankfort Cemetery great element of prosperity Â¬ Monday was county court day and brought a large crowd of So farmers and traders to town day far as we could leatn the passed without any trouble to the police although there was con- Â¬ siderable drinking going on m Â¬ Â¬ Houstori of Bourbon 1IN HATTS Anything nnd everything for men nnd boys of Madison Jas R -X-iXj Hindman of Adair W N Halde And we can sell lowor than tho lowest for cash LOOK HERE boforo you buy man of Jefferson Dan E OSulIi van of Jefferson Nicola Marshall ORUTOHEJEt STARKS of Jefferson Jouett Menifee of Jefferson Chief Justice Pryor Main Judge Bowden Justice Lewis Judge Barbour William Lindsay D W Lindsey John L Scott Lawrence Tobin Thomas Rod man sr W P D Bush John S Wilson of Fayette James Flana gan of Clark J A McKenzie of Chiistian Dr John D Woods of Warren H M McCarty of Mc Cracken Carl Brenner of Jeffer son J O Hodges of Fayette Bennett Justice Holt Justice Judge Ward Alvin Duvall sr v1 Scott Brown P U Major Patrick tMvLiSiwi Harvie Lewis E McDonald Hiram Berry Harry I Todd F W C M Clay BOUG HT IFOIK OSH Street I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J DO YOU We PROGRAMME WANT THE EARTH will give you the best it 11 11 11 m m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Removal of remains from re- Â¬ ceiving vault to place of interment escorted by the military headed by Eichorns band Prayer by the Rev G F Bagby Music by Frankfort choir led by Prof Wayland Graham cant give you that but we 300 250 200 250 200 Gents Shoe for it i i in the city i 11 11 11 ii 11 11 11 Ladies Kid Boot for U II II II OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION- - Address by Robert Burns MUSIC Wil- Â¬ son Poem by Mrs Jeffrey MUSIC Â¬ Rosa Vertner A large stock and prices to suit the times Address uoon the life and char acter of Joel T W N Beckner R K M5CLURE J C If A HJ Hart by Hon MASTIN G H MASTIN MUSIC Benediction by Prof Jos Desha MASTIN BROS -- Â¬ Pickett DEALERS IN- - Dont road fail to vote for the rail- Â¬ Farming implements Sal Main tSt Field Seeds Buggies wagons C AsenU lor the Reapers Â¬ HARD VV ARE WE KEEP IN STOCK bodied spirits stalk abroad in the Gelbted McCormickBarvesting Machine Cos Binder dusky hours of night are just now all Those who believe that disem- Â¬ i Mowers agog at the startling rumor that the work house is haunted Look out ye bibulous ones and reflect that you will now not only have to stand the terrors of snake bite but goblins and demons OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES Snoads Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes Â¬ Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes FARM FOR SALE TO QUIT FARMINO ON ACCOUNT of III health I offer my farm of 163 acres Lawrencoburg pike three miles from ljlng on the Frankfort for sale privately at a bargain J E PAHRENT Â¬ Â¬ will howl and shriek damned with delight over your prostrate forms when incarcerated within those gloomy walls m Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers Prices on all implements guaranteed to be as low as Bnmo can bo bonght anywhere FOR 31 One of the Best Located Reei JULE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr John W Cox was the victim of an outrageous assault on Saturday night last He was on his way to his home in Bellepoint about 1030 p m and when near the telegraph pole at the west end of the railroad bridge he noticed a man sitting on the guard wall When just opposite the man he struck Mr Cox a terrific blow on the head cutting a gash four inches long clear to the bone requiring seven stitches to close it Mr Cox was knocked senseup less and remained in that condition until 4 oclock Sunday morning when he regained consciousness came to town and had his wounds dressed Mr Cox says he cannot conceive why the man assaulted him he did not rob him of any thing as he had a considerable sum of money on his person which was untouched Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dences in South Frankfort house and nnd lot on the corner of Cioss and Main streets The lot contains about two acres and the house Is In good reptilr flu re are apple peach and plum trees In ubundaiice upon the place two large pits stocked with Mnulial Nell roses and a green hoibo planted with roses and heated with llltclilngs Improud hot water apparatus W H HALL OFFER3 FOR SALE HIS June 11 tt LIME FOR SALE WOOD BURNT for Call at the old street Frankfort MuyiiMm mile Ky LIME EITHER IN BULK OU Cotton Factory on Wilkinson WHEAT S-A-ILjI- at 70 cents per 2X pounds SKELDON TBRM Feb-2C-- ly MaSY Dit Apply to W II HALL ZEOIEB from Frankfort terms apply to May 21 EJ- NOTICE AND STORE AND FRAME DWELLING acre of ground situated on A one the Versailles turnpike road the north one mile side of THE hold Uy Premises In good repair WM CROMWELL Agent their annual meeting for tlm election of the For Directors on TUESDAY JUNE 14 lfcb7 at tho Count House In Frankfort at 10 oclock a 111 STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FRANKFORT Flat Creek Turnpike In id ompany will lm order of F p FRANK CONWAY Lewis Secy Treug President May 28 td NOTICE TO TAY PAYERS TAX HOOK FOR rpilE the hands of the City1887 IS NOW Tieasurer for X in collection ZEOE S BUGGIES SURRYS Ar HARNESS AT All parties paying ot taxes JVO M1H their taxes on or before July I 1887 will THE receive a rebate of 3 per cent on the tax N EARLY OPPOSITECarriage FARMERS BANK Frankfort Ky work repaired and for revenue purposes those paying on or painted J J QUIN Apr 104m before August I will receive no rebate The tax book will be withdrawn from the Treasuiers hands on Aug 3d 1887 and I all uncollected tax lists will be placed in the hands of the City Marshal for collec tion with 10 per cent added thereto LODGE NO C MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially invited J5y order of the Hoard of Councijmen of CAPITAL LEWIStfTRKET 0 0 F Sec Â¬ the city of Frankfort May 31 1887 31 F V GRAY City Clerk J Williams April 17tf R JAS MURRAY N U 5 mtM FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FltANKFORT JUNE ll 1887 TIME TABLE tllAlNtt HAST v The vote at the primary elec Result of Democratic Election tion Saturday was not very heavy but the price of floaters ruled Scott Peaks Mill no strong Â¬ Pimary DlJVAM 180 FRANKFORT JOKIT E -- MARBLE OF- - WORKS CS HiEOiTDST IEKOEeiElTOR Dont iorgcttheTea to be given in p m p m A No 18 lonVM Frnnkfort No 22 lrnvea Frnnkfort No 20 lcnvca Frankfort No 24 nrrivon Frnnkfort TBUNB WEST lOOS iVO 5t7 8 00 by the ladies of the M E Church at ot Thursday the 23d inst Forks of Klkhorn the Finccl Block South Side Market house Cedar Run lilooniiiigton ISridgeport Gas house Court house 4 DKALKH IN AND MANUFACXUnE 57 43 40 17 12 181 39 105 171 ITALIAN MARBLE GRANITE MONUMENTS 162 60 109 101 139 p gi For the benefit of our Benson friends we will say that Col Dave Moore is not the correspondent Smoke the White Wing Cigar nt for this paper from Sudduth Sul 87 Gm LeLoinpte - Carpenters phur Springs and that the ColThe Providence Ladies Aid So onel is not writing us from any ciety will give a Rainbow Party at other point at present o Wingates Hall Woodlake on Mr Sayre Rodman gave an Friday June 17th Music recitaenjoyable entertainment on Tuestions and refreshments will be day night last to his young friends among the entertaining features of at the elegant home of his father the occasion B Rodman Point Breeze All arc Dr W Charges reasonable near this city There were quite invited to attend a number of the young people in the fourteen inch present who came away loud The break water main in the river was located in their praises of their clever on Friday of last week about one young host and the accomplished hundred feet from the north bank family who contributed so much and Mr George Markham put on to the pleasure of the evening m a diving armor went down and ex Blue Lick Water fresh from the amined it and found that the pipe Springs on draught at LeCompte had pulled apart at a lead joint Carpenters 36 A professional diver will be here In response to the call made in a short time when the pipe will reupon him to resume the pastoral be taken up and the damage care of the Christian Church in paired nect nt Anchorngo for Shelbyville SÂ¬ 545 ft m No 23 loaves Frnnkfort 815 n m No 17 lenvcB Frnnkfort 155 p in No 21 lonvea Frnnkfort 450 p m No 1 lenvea Frimkfort Trains No 23 nnd No 21 mnke connec Â¬ tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 nnd 21 con Â¬ The magistrates of Bourbon county will meet on the 16th inst to submit the proposition to take stock in the P G F R R Flat Creek Benson Total HEADSTONES RUSTIC TABLETS 223 66 All kinds of stono work promptly attended to Estimates furnished on npplicn- 37 Hon Correspondence solicited 16 58 S71 Â¬ llald Knob 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 1096 April 2 3m Â¬ Â¬ gested as a suitable time for hold ing a convention of the people of this county irrespective of party to nominate a candidate who will truly represent us in the next Legislature We want a man of brains character and standing for the place It is a critical time in the history of this county Look out for the man consult over the matter and then act accordingly Â¬ The first Mondain July is sug Â¬ A True Democrat Â¬ EDUCATIONAL The National Teachers Association meets in Chicago July ith All who can should attend All persons interested must remember that next Saturday is the day set for examining applicants for teachers certificates The next one will be the 3d Saturday in July There will be no other except the days fixed by the law The State Superintendent has set Friday the 1st day of July for the examination of graduates of the common school course Any one intending to apply will please notify the County Superintendent Examination fee If the teachers and trustees will help us we will make the next school year the best one in the history of the common schools What say you friends Let each one of us resolve to do our duty and then do it We hope every teacher in the county will feel it his or her duty to attend the State Teachers Association at Louisville on the 7th 8th and 9th of July This promises to be one of the largest and best meetings of the Association Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 this city Rev George Darsie has written a letter to the church saying that he would certainly return here at the expiration of his year in Boston and perhaps before that time This is indeed good news and all our citizens will be glad to know that this popular pastor and gentleman is again to be a resident of this city and will extend him a cordial welcome upon his return to Mr D M Woodson entertained his old home a company of gentlemen friends in The third annual State Celebra- Â¬ handsome style at his residence Independent Order of on the Owenton pike Monday tion of the will take place at evening The afternoon was spent Odd Fellows Richmond on Tuesday June 21st in looking over the artistically arÂ¬ There will be a grand parade ranged grounds of his beautiful Addresses cottage home after which an ele- Â¬ burgoo and picnic will be delivered by prominent gant supper prepared by his accommembers of the Order among plished wife was partaken of them Judge W H Holt of this Those present were Dr J Q A city after which there will be a Stewart Col E C Went Dr V Patriarchs Militant A Kaltenbrun Messrs W S display of the Dehoney J C Bradley Oscar All the Lodges EncampmentsÂ¬ Cantons in the State are inHerancourt T J Todd F V and Capital Lodge No 6 and Gray Jas A Murray and Geo vited Canton Wildey No 3 of this A Lewis city will go up on a special train Revenue Agent H Kellogg of and hope to be accompanied by a atforwalk Ohio has been investi large number of friends from this gating the alleged crookedness at locality m the distillery warehouses of the E Dr Sam E James gave his last H Taylor Jr Co during the past week There are many ru- lecture for the session to the mors which this investigation will teachers on Friday afternoon and to the pupils of the higher depart- Â¬ set at rest ment on Wednesday morning The free delivery system has The subject was the Special been established in Frankfort It Sense and it goes without saying will be placed in operation July that these discourses were exceed- Â¬ The carriers are Mr Thos ingly instructive and entertaining isl Hearn Geo B Thomson and Jas The Superintendent teachers and The boxes are oh the scholars expressed their high ap Tobin way to this city and every thing preciation of these lessons by a will be ready for July 1st In re- Â¬ unanimous vote of thanks ply to some remarks by the Super- Â¬ Col Chas E Bowman who intendent Dr James said he felt was recently appointed Governamply repaid for all he had done ment Timber Agent in Washing Â¬ by the excellent deportment of ton Territory lias been transferred the pupils their close attention The Colonels and to Nebraska the very satisfactory progress health was becoming very much they had made Mr Thos B impaired by the climate zX his first Ford was present and heard the station lecture on Friday afternoon and enjoyed it as much as the teachers Vote for the railroad The ladies of the Pastors Aid Society of the M E Church will meet at the residence of Mrs Lucy Evans on Lewis street on next Tuesday June 14 at 4 oclock p m All the members are requested to attend and all the ladies of the church who are not members are invited to be present Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ever held ent At the trustees election held in Â¬ Â¬ Dont fail to be pres- Â¬ Â¬ the Leestown district last Saturday all the old board were reelected At this election they took the will of the patrons on the question of a male Or a female teacher the vote being for a male 32 teacher 70 for a female teacher Also an elevator for sale Apply one non committal 4 as above Ask to see our stitched back kid We think that if other trustees glove in all colors at lb cents would leave the question to the 33 Weitzel ODonnell patrons in this manner it would re- Â¬ lieve them of a great deal of Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 When Baby was rick yn gave her CMtorla When sho was a Child she cried for Caatoria Try it West Jefferson street Louisville trouble and annoyance When she becamo Miss sho citing toCaitoria Â¬ Ky makes fine gold work a special Countv Superintendent Wheu the had Children she gare them Castoria 3U 3m ty Â¬ Â¬ Mr D M Woodson is one of The Heywood baby carriage the the most accomplished garden best made for sale at It Rogers 32 farmers in this county His straw- Â¬ Sheriffs Notice berries are the finest in this sec The tax books for Franklin tion and his crop of raspberries county are now in my hands and and grapes promise to be splendid all persons are notified to come A Leading Merchants Tes Â¬ forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue timony law requires me to collect and pay Mr D J Hyneman is the leading over the revenue to the State begrocer of Corinth Miss Pie stands as high socially and financially as he fore the first day of September does as a man of strictest integrity next and all not paid by that time He tells how his little daughter was will have six per cent and costs cured of eczema Any one who added as a penalty wishes to hear more of the case can J W Gaines Sheriff do so by addressing the gentleman a Frankfort Kv April 21 polite request for the details of the case Here is a letter from Mr 1887 33 Hyneman on the subject My little daughter hart eczema C W H FinccjJ will sell you a some time ago On recommenda Â¬ nice sweet ham low 30 tf tion of a physician I gave her S S S once the effect of the medicine At made her break out worse than she For elegant bath and was at first thus driving out the disease through the skin She fa carriage sponges try now about well only a spot hero and Chapman Gayle there occasionally showing I regard S S S as very effective in eczema and recommend it unhesi P D in all styles for sale by tatingly to my neighbors as a splen Â¬ 33 Weitzel ODonnell did blood purifier Yours truly D J Hyneman Place your farms and town lots for Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ sale with Win P Scott He will eases mailed free The Swift Specific Co Drawer 3 advertise them thoroughly tf m Atlanta Ga Our splendid kid gloves are all war Â¬ The Best Method ranted and fit to the hand The most agreeable as well as the 33 Weitzel ODonnell most effective method of dispelling Headaches Colds and Fevers or For Sale A good second hand cleansing the system is by taking a piano for sale at a bargain Apply at few doses of the pleasant Caifornia 2 tf liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs this office Â¬ It acts gently yet effectively strength Â¬ Mastin Bros sole agents for ening the organs on which it acts so tucky River Mills hemp Ken binder that regular habits may be formed 30 Manufactured only by the California twine Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal For Rent A two story frame For sale in 50 cent and SI bottles by residence with five rooms and cellar Chapman Gayle 35 1 m on the corner of Logan and Campbell streets Gas in the house and water For Rent House with six rooms in the yard Apply to W C Hern and a kitchen stable on the premises don near City School Apply to Dr S 33 For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ E James lows Temple now occupied by Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs Sam D Johnson Co Possession Soap for bath and toilet at Chap given June 1st 1887 34 tf Gayles man Apply to E A Fellmer The Heywood is the best baby car Chn Corporate Committee riage made For sale by R Rogers Â¬ tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Get a Heywood baby carriage of R Rogers they are the best in the Miss Sue Kesler has been on a 32 market Syrup of Figs Visit to friends in Bagdad All grades of flour away below Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ J K P Moore is of the opinion mill prices at J Heeneys South nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal that the railroad proposition should Side is Natures Own Trup Laxa Â¬ 30 tive It is the most easily taken be voted down MATTEKNS best Photographs and the most pleasantly effective There are three turnpikes on remedy known to cleanse the system I of all sizes reduced to hull price when bilious or costive to dispel the way to our little town headaches colds anil fevers to cure wonder if either of them will ever Call and look at our beautiful and habitual constipation indigestion reach it cheap line of fans and parasols etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 33 tf Weitzel ODonnell bottles by Chapman Gayle I noticed in your last issue that Jacksonville m i Â¬ Â¬ your able correspondent at Sud R Rogers has the best baby carri Rliueiuatism and Neural Â¬ duths Springs threw out insinua- age manufactured the Heywood gia Cured in a Days tions that the people hereabouts 32 The Indiana Chemical Co have were growling about the location We have a full line of Thompson discovered a compound which acts Now I will of St Johns pike with truly marvelous rapidity in the say in behalf of the directors of glove fitting corsets They arc the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia We guarantee it to cure any and Weitzel ODonnell the Bagdad Jacksonville and Ben best every case of acute Inflammatory son Valley pike that we neither 33 Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 know nor care where the road is Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes DAYS and to give Immediate re But we did hear that teeth without plates and gold crowns lief in chronic cases and effect a located there never had been a charter on roots a specialty No 723 West speedy cure On receipt of 30 cents in two cent obtained for the road and that Jefferson street Louisville Ky stamps we will send to any address the neighbors were running it 30 3m the prescription for this wonderful about from house to house to accompound which can be tilled by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Now I commodate themselves think if the parties who do not like the location would call the at- Â¬ tention of the supervisors to the matter it might be remedied with out throwing out insinuations at this part of the moral Zion Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn your home druggist at small cost Mower the best in the world from Wo take this means of giving our discovery to the public instead of put Â¬ 3G Mastin Bros m ting it out as a patent medicine We have a largo assortment of Brus being much less expensive We will sel and Smyrna rugs which we will gladly refund money if satisfaction not given spll under the- general price The Indiana Chemical Co 33 Crawfordsville Ind Weitzel ODonnei - l Q Mr Philin D Arnold whn return The ladies of Providence Church ed last week from Chattanooga has intend giving one of their delight- Â¬ Site Mnvy Watts Brown ig visiting gone into the grocery business at friends in Winchester urennon springs Jienry county and ful entertainments at Woodlakc in left Tuesday for that place the near future Their object is Mr Jos II Bailey returned Sunday evening from a trip to Covington Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville to secure means to purchase anew several Mrs S F J Trabue went down to spent visiting days the first of the carpet for the church and make Ills parents Capt and some improvements on the buildweek Lottisvillo on Monday Mrs H I Todd ing It is quite unnecessary to Mr Tlios B Mncklin went down Mr Hirnni Berrv ntul wifnnnrl Mr say that the occasion will be a to Louisville Monday to witness the John P Starks and wife left Thurs Â¬ happy one and visitors will be cloo of the Opera Festival day afternoon for a trip to Kansas Col and Mrs John F Davis spent City Mo and Eureka Springs Ar- - amply re paid for any outlay they Sunday with Mrs Davis mother in Kausas may make for this commendable Woodford county Mr J S Moore of the Danville purpose Mr and Mrs A H McClure left Ilihtnifi wns in flip pltvr nn Sotinvlnv Tuesday morning for a visit of and like all good editors paid liis Binding twine for reapers for sale by several days to friends in Shelby vi lie menus 01 me paste pot ana scissors a O R Crutcher Co 30 Â¬ Personals NO SPECULATIO But a Safe Investment doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt u Our J Commander J Crittenden Watson U S N is visiting relatives in this city Miss Helen Swigert left Tuesday morning for a visit to her sister Mrs Blanton in Indianapolis Miss Mamie Hawkins returned to her home in this county Monday from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Nannie Browder returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Annie Letcher and Miss Jes Â¬ are sie Woodson of Nlcholasville visiting friends in this city Mrs Dr E McD Gober left Wed Â¬ nesday for a visit to friends in Bul- Â¬ litt county Mrs Mary E Smith of Glasgow Barren county is visiting her sister Mrs M E Taylor Mrs Eliza J Watson returned Monday from a protracted visit to Mrs C T Bnird in Louisville Mrs J C Morton and Miss Sallie Jackson returned Monday from a visit to friends in Eminence Miss Annie Todd Woodson has been visiting friends near Jetts Station this week is visiting her aunt Richard on South Side Mr V L Tanner letumed Friday of lust week from a visit to Eureka Springs Arkansas Col J W Tate and wife attended the Opera Festival in Louisville re turning home on Tuesday evening Mis Minnie Williams returned Sunday liom a visit in the Farm Dale Mrs Shefler neighborhood Mfcs Lorena Marston of Versailles visit Misses Fannie and Ada Gaines Childrcus Column Nellie Rodman and Rose Crittenden arrived at home on Thursday from The little readers of the Round- Â¬ Nicholasville where they have been about must help us keep up this attendingMissMatt Hewitts School corner Write your letters Let Miss Rose Crittenden graduated them be short Dont say you cant but try Direct them to us Forks of Elkliorn and we will prepare them for the Thomas Hunter paper Plenty of rain We often hear the lnmontntioiiB of those who visited St Paul six yen ago nnd failed to invest becauso they thought it would not grow much more But stronger still will bo the vain regrets of those who have a little money now nnd fail to invest it here becauso they have been so unfortunate as not to sco St Paul The country is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in lato years and what n future it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative stntomont of real estate vnlnes obtained from lending conservative agencies in tho respective cities during ApriJ 1887 epeaks for itself Â¬ Population Chicago Frankfort Ky - JjlU 750000 StO0r tUUO Buffalo 210000 U50 3000 2C00 The following query has been Cleveland 227000 8500 500 1500 Prospects are good for a large Milwaukee 165000 1500 200 3000 sent us grape crop oo 155000 2000 3000 like dogs Detroit Why are teachers Minneapolis 140000 2000 3500 30 Miss Annie South was visiting We dont think they are but the StPanl 3uU 140000 1200 2000 Mrs Cass South last Sunday 300 105000 8500 5000 answer is a good one Who will Kansas City 800 Indianapolis 300 150 90000 answer it A large amount of whitewashing Omaha 12C0 150 78000 5000 100 50000 1100 1000 is going on in the Forks If it takes a boy twenty five Toledo 100 20000 1000 1500 minutes to cut three sticks of wood Duluth Several gas and oil wells will be bored in this neighborhood this to get supper by how long will it The Twin Cities St Paul from take him next morning to walk tre to centre havo only about fiveand Minneapolis aro only ton miles apirl them cen Â¬ summer miles of a partly vacant space betwoi n and three miles to meet a circus have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 Dr Gwinn and wife of the A teacher after relating the had only 41000 nnd 46000 inhabitants respectively havo now 140000 possibly Stamping Ground neighborhood story of Ananias and Sapphira nearer 150000 each and tho tide of immigration is pouring in faster than over spent Sunday with his father asked Why did not God strike Considerably more than one third of tho immigration of this country linds a homo Mr and Mrs G C Hughes everybody dead who told a lie in the territory immediately tributary to spent Sunday with Mr Robert After a long silence a little boy Highest Price per front Toot Business Property Residence HlRhest Adjoining Acreage per acre Lookout for the railroad 4 Â¬ Rev A C Hopkins Sunday school Evangelist of the Christian Church preached at the Christian Church in this city on Sunday last Mr and Mi M S Dowden of KttuNis City Mo have been visiting Col and Mrs H Berry the first of the week Mr Walker M Stephens has so far night for Knox county Mr W H Shipman has been ap pointed to the clerkship in the Post oflice made vacant by the resigna tion of Mr Ed Stanton Mrs B Grata Brown of Missouri Mrs is visiting her sisters-in-laMary Scott and Mrs Mag Barrett in this city Misses Hallie Stephens Carrie Peterson and Mary Todd have been visiting friends in Alton and Law rencebbrg this week Mrs A G Morris and son of Baltimore Maryland are visiting her sister Mrs Guy Barrett in this city Mr II Elbert Garrett of Louis ville spent several days the first of the weeK with tne lamuy 01 ur j Russell Hawkins near this city Mrs W P Lewis who has been visiting her parents in this county returned to her home in Dayton Ohio Thursday Hon P B Muir and Judge Jno K Vnndloe of Louisville have been in attendance upon the courts in this city tins week tfu Miirv Len Gaines who lias been at scnool at Nicholasville for the past year returned home on Wednesday evening Mrs Maj I N Cardwell of Win Â¬ chester was on a visit to her parents Mrs Capt H I Todd and wife this Â¬ w recovered from his recent illness as to leave on the C ik O train Friday Teacher in mental arithmetic If there were three peaches on The Third Railroad Centre in the United States the table Johnny and your little sister should ea one of them how The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Mario nnd tlantio Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put Miss Gertrude Sharpc of Frank- many would be left Johnny How many little sis- it one hundred miles nearer tho Atlantic coast fort who has been visiting Miss Katie Cannon returned home ters would be left Teacher Now listen Johnny Monday If there were three peaches on the pt lie Head of Navigation on tne Mississippi Miss Bettie Jones intends mak taole and your little sister should ing a protracted visit to friends in eat one how many would there And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the a distant part of the State very be left Inter State Commerce Law Tho rich country all around is tilling up moru nnd more soon Johnny We aint had a peach nnd now railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still larger fields for its nlready immense wholesale trade manufactures are Mr Jake Harper talks of going in the house this year let alone daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of Its great the West soon There is too much three Teacher We are only supposattraction at the Forks though ing the peaches to be on the table for him to stay away long Johnny Mr S M Pryor and daughters Johnny Then they wouldnt Carrie of Misses Scicily and be real peaches Bourbon county visited relatives There aro moro millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on tho Continent Teacher No All tho causes that havo for tho last five years operated to mnke St Paul n great city in this section last week Johnny Would they be pre- are working moro strongly than ever nnd being in the centro of the richest and Â¬ Bratton and family in Scott Mrs R T Jenkins of Eminence visited Miss Katie Cannon last week Miss Birdelle Bedford of Jett made a visit to her aunt Mrs Sidney Bedford this week A good many sales in fine horses have been made within the past week Â¬ rose and answered Because sir there would be nobody left Better die a beggar than live a beggar What is the third and the half of a third of ten STPflULSim Nineteen railroads run into tho city ten of these being big trunk lines mnking it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stock ibrd m raw POSIES Â¬ Dowden wife and daughter spent last Saturday with Mr T T Cannon and family and left in the evening for their home in Missouri Mr Ike Wingates little boy Ike jr fell out of the stable loft last Tuesday and cut two ugly The wounds gashes in his head dressed by Dr J S Colewere man and he is now doing very Mr Maz well served most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis Â¬ - week Misses Josie Duvall and Lizzie Davis returned Thursday from Staun Â¬ ton Va where they have been at Â¬ tending school Col Chas E Bowman U S Tim ber Inspector on his way from Washington City to Nebraska is in Messrs Frank French and South Trimble after a recent expedition to the mouth of Elkhorn returned with a cat fish weighing about 45 They affirm that they pounds caught the fish themselves with an ordinary hook and line The old lovers of the sport however are looking very dubious and per plexed over the matter the more so as some regular Kentucky river fishermen with other fish near the size of this one were seen at the place where it was alThe leged to have been caught only way to clear up the matter will be to empanel a jury of ancient fishermau with Mr Cass South as foremen and investigate the Â¬ Teacher Certainly not Johnny Pickled peaches BE ONE IMMENSE CITY There WILL SOON no No Teacher wouldnt be any peaches at all as By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material I told you Johnny we only supcondition by tho certain promise of tho citys situation and surroundings by every pose the peaches to be there proof which has been tried in the oxperionco of city growth St Punl feels nssured that Johnny Ihen there wouldn t the era of prosperity now upon tho city is to witness changes moro astounding nnd more satisfying than thoso winch havo already madoit tho wonder and ndtmration or be any peaches of course good fortune it has Teacher Now Johnny put all whosewith her institutions been to visit tho city and in a measure become ac knife in your pocket or I will quaintedhavo a largo number of Southorn customers and nil their investments havo that Wo take it away and pay attention to cither been sold out at a large profit in some cases We imagine what I am saying three peaches to be on the table Johnny Yes Cent Teacher And your little sister eats one of them and then goes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiro HunM Per Per Ripi away Yes but she wouldnt here go away until she had finished the three You dont know my little Johnny Or hnve largely advanced in valuo is sure to net tho owner from An investment made with moderate judgment sister Teacher But suppose your mother was there and wouldnt let her eat but one Johnny Mothers out of town and wont be back week 25 TO 100 PER CBITT PER ROBT B ABTITTJM ODIN O CLAY FRANKLIN until next the city visiting his daughters Mias Maggie A Lewis left on Wed Â¬ nesday evening to attend the Frost Milward wedding in Lexington on Thursday Miss Mary Seymour Milward a charming young lady of Lexington who has often visited in this city was married to Mr D C Frost In that city on Thursday We con Â¬ gratulate the young couple throw mg the conventional old shoe after them Teacher sternly Now then Johnny I will put the question GLOBE BUILDING once more and if you do not anshall keep you swer it correctly I story after school If three peaches Our friend William Feather were on the table and your little ston is still confined to bed from sister were to eat one of them his recent stroke of paralysis how many would be left REFERENCES BY PERMISSION Johnny straightening up William is a thorough going inNational Bank of Virginia dustrious young man and exceed- There wouldnt be any peaches Farmers Bank of Kentucky State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort every one The left Id grab the other two ingly popular with Planters National Bank Branch Bank of Kentucky Teacher touching the bell sympathizes whole community Richmond Va Frankfort Ky scholars are now dismissed with him in his affliction and The will remain where would rejoice to see him restored Johnny White The Bank of Minnesota he is N Y Sun speedily to health St Paul Minn may28 iy Â¬ Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS Â¬ 1 V Gas A few nights ago while a party near Gaincys old Was fishing Benson creek they bridge on heard a noise like the approach of a train After waiting a consid erable time for it to come nearer and it not coming they went to see what caused the strange noise and following the sound they came to the old oil well which was put Co down by Mr Wm Voris about 20 years ago which Was One of the discharging fearfully more bold than the rest part touched a match to it when it blazed up 30 feet high illumina- Â¬ ting the valley for half a mile around This well is only about 2co feet deep and from the above indications one would judge it to be the place to experiment for gas l i I I I I i From n feeling of gratitude and a de sire to benefit others I voluntarily make Messrs Sam D Johnson this statement I have great renson to My white goods stock consists of bo thankful that I over heard of B B B Co the enterprising St Clair Judea linen mulls French nainsook as I know what a blessing it has been to street merchants having found the in plaids and stripes of every design me I have suffered with Bronchinl Ca tarrh for a number of years Six months room they have occupied since the from the foreign lootns You will ago I was taken with severe pain in right first of January too small for their find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ ear which in a few days began to dis charge matter with ferriblo and almost 39 business have fitted up the room ris St Clair street unbearable palpitation and all sorts of recently occupied by Mr Thos Call and look at our large and cheap noises in my head In ten days after the commencement of discharge and pain in in elegant style line of white goods Weitzel Rodman jr my oar I began to grow deaf and in six 39 3t weeks I was so deaf that I could not hear and removed their stock of goods ODonnell thunder Railroads Negligence as to Stock into their new quarters on WednesI was thon compelled to use conversaIs it not time that farmers and owners of tion tube and it was often that I could They are now stock should quit trying to pasture their not hear with tho tube I then com day night last the to and are doing a splen- stock on killingrailroads thereby causing menced taking B BB and the running of prepared many human beings who my oar ceased in five weeks and can now danger of did business travel on the railroads passenger cars and hear without tho tube My general health engines and then the owners of stock to has improved palpitation ceased and feel the- A Jttooii We have 50 dozen seamless pin sue the railroad for damages liko n new being and appreciate tho bene The New Era Clothes Washer stripe hose which we will sell at 103 L jV A A Co vs Jones Filed June fit I have received from B B B made in 1 Appeal from Whitley Circuit 1887 with God and makes clothes last double the cents per pair Weitzel ODox-a-e- ll Court Opinion of the court by Judge Atlanta Ga to thegratitude to for such a thankfilness Proprietors 39 3t reversing Ward time saves labor See it work medicine I cheerfully recommend it to First The paramount duty of the agents all who aro afflicted with deafness and ca will not be without one and you in charge of a train is to look to the safety tarrh Try it persevere in its use and LOOK of the train and the property and lives im- Â¬ you will bo convinced of its value Church are sole agents Gray A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re Â¬ mediately in their charge and to do this John W Weeks 33 Carpenters duty must keep a lookout on the track Superintendent DoKalb Pauper House ceived at Lecompte aiiead of the train subordinate to this duty Decatur Ga May 1 188G 39 they must use rtasonablc care to avoid Louisville Southern Rail- Â¬ South Side The injury to animals stiaying on the road road is being rapidly pushed to Not wishing to carry any stock The failure to present this idea to the was prejudicial error in this case There are over over for fall I offer to the public jury animala killed completion I havo been a sufferer from Kidney and not being on the track Bladder troubles for several years I my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ the at work on the different 2000 men tions and millinery at such reduced but at the side of it prior to ihe time at havo lately had what is termed Brights being rates that will guarantee satisfac- Â¬ which it was struckmule Disease and have had considerable swell section sections every Second As the which was killed ing legs and shortness of breath wish we tion Therefore it will be to your was in charge of its owner it was his duty The of myhas poisoned my blood also I under way How we do urea as soon as he saw the danger to have taken could be saying the same of our interest to come and examine my such steps to have prevented an injury as secured and am using B B B Botanic Blood Balm and find it acts po veijuiiy any ordinarily prudent man would have and vety quickly and I am delighted with But time will bring even stock and be convinced HARRIS road A taken and if lie failed to do so then the its effects had previously used a large that railroad is not responsible unless the en- Â¬ quantity of Ivarious advertised remedies 39 St Glair Street gineer or fireman in chaige of the train and several eminent physicians also wait Valley after apprehending the clanger to which ed on me butB B B stands at tho top You cannot fail to buy one of the mule was exposed failed to exercise John H Mabtin the New Era Clothes Washers Glad to inform you that Happy ordinary care to prevent the injury Rock Creek Ala May 4 188G Wm Lindsay for appellant C W Gray Valley is on a boom at last Peo- Lester for appellee after you see it work All who desiro full information about ple seem to have awakened up to 38 Church will explain the cause nnd cure of Blood Poisons their interest and are eager for a Parasols and fans in all shades and Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers from Bloomington to the styles at very low prices at A Harris Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints The Roundabout office has just turnpike river which will be of St Clair street Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a 39 Kentucky copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of received and is setting up a new great benefit to this portion of the My corsets for 40 cents can not be Wonders filled with the most wonderful first class Campbell cylinder print- county Call and startling proof ever before known beat in the world for the price Address BLOOD BALM CO ing press and we are now preCrops look well but we are and see them at A Harris St Clair Atlanta Ga 39 street pared to execute in the best and having too much rain For sale by W H AVERILL May L3 lm neatest style all kinds of book and 39 Â¬ Church Send word to Gray Is The Best and have them bring one of the a m Sunday school at 930 Great Clothes Washers and ex Â¬ Preaching at 1 1 a m at the Ever Made SH BKN plain it and you would not be onleM None Bfnnln Methodist Church to morrow TVmtwnto vnnrmoner on n irnm or rufibor coat Thn FISH DRAKD PLIfiKKr itatupcil with tho above lsnlxolutely iviirrntnl without it 38 IfiKiPBoornnuviii Keep you tiry n wo imwcti norm TRAD1S HARK Afc fnrfln PfS1f HtlANtV BMCKrii nnil tnknnn other If ntir ktnrokeener too Rev J McC Blayncy D D TOWEIt 2 BlmniniM St lintnti Mn lot Imvo thn Tln niTtiW enil for ilcrrlMlvo cntnlntfiia to A Do not fail to examino my stock of returned yesterday from a trip to hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ Colorado and Nebraska and will member the place A ILvituis dollars Couldnt Hear It Thunder ing 850000 befifty thousanddelivered ofto said issued and the bonds shall 39 occupy his pulpit at the First St Clair Street And for the An interesting letter from Mr John W undersigned jr to its order Presbyterian Church to morrow Call and see the bargains in white Weeks superintendent of DeKnlb Pauper amount of all such bonds so issued and delivered to the undersigned in payment of Home evening as usual morning and goods at Sam D Johnson Cos said subscription the undersigned Religious 2Sfr J XI A pi IIKkKWaterprooiGoai 1 Â¬ shall Â¬ issue and deliver as provided for in its act of incorporation approved March 23d 1877 the same amount in certificates of full paid stocks in the undersigned 2 That no part or portion of the said bonds or of their proceeds so to be issued and delivered in payment of said subscrip Â¬ tion shall at any time be used in payment directly or indirectly in whole or in part Â¬ Â¬ of any indebtedness of the undersigned that may now exist 3 That the undersigned will after its first cash dividend shall he declared on presentation at its office of the stock certifi cates issued under the provisions of the 25th section of its charter issue stock thereÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to People Â¬ Â¬ Brights Disease for to those to whom such certificates were issued or their representatives or assigns 4 That in the event this proposition is submitted to the vote of the county and carried and the said subscription made in conformity thereto the undersigned binds itself to commence the construction of said road in good faith and to complete the same from Frankfort to a point on the Cin- Â¬ cinnati Southern Railway at or near Georgetown Ky within two years from the date of said subscription and to Paris Ky within thirty months from said date 5 That none of the bonds herein be Â¬ fore mentioned shall be issued and deliv ered as aforesaid until the mortgage exe cuted by the undersigned to the Central Trust Company of New York dated Janu Â¬ ary 1st 18S3 be cancelled and released and said release recorded in the County Court Clerks office of this county 6 The line of the said railroad snail be located as near to the Forks of Klkhorn as Â¬ Â¬ in the judgment of the chief engineer of the undersigned shall be reasonably prac- Â¬ ticable having due regard to the cheap Â¬ ness of construction and directness of route This the 2Sth day of May 1S87 The Paris Georgetown iV Frankfort Railroad Company by WM LINDSAY President W Happy Â¬ And it is further ordered that proper Â¬ Â¬ job work on short notice time and money saved No wear upon the body from using New Era Clothes Church Washers See Gray The ladies found t 38 on Tuesday and I just purchased a large stock of evenings the 14th Wednesday silks and will oner them at very low and 15th insts will obseive this Every prices Call and see them custom yard guaranteed at A Harris St 39 It is a noticeable fact that all the Clair street young men without exception Duess Making I have compe- Â¬ tent help and will guarantee perfect who have been forced to go away Dresses made on short from our town to make a start in satisfaction notice Terms moderate Residence the world are very much con 323 Washington street cerned about the building of the Mks Lucy Kkeeman urging our new railroad and are For Scotch ginghams satteen bat- Â¬ people to arouse to meet our pos iste and lawns call at A Harris St s bilities They see the rapid Clair street 39 in their strides made and making White dress flannels tricots and new homes and realize what has sponge cloths at Sam D Johnson 39 been done and is doing for these new Cos Why cannot cur people places Laces I Laces Laces se these things as clearly as our Medicia Torchon Vnl Clmntilla boys who have gone out from Antique and tho largest assorted stock among us of Hamburgs just received at A Har Â¬ 39 ris St Clair street Oabbapre Plants For Sale Remember wo will sell you any All persons wishing cabbage plants parasol in our storo at cost Weitzel can Ixs supplied in any quantity at 10 39 3t ODOXNELL cents per hundred by calling at II It Foil Sailoii Hats Sailor hats at Williams grocery South Side 39 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair Buy your binding- twine for reaping street 39 m machines of It Crutcher Co Co keep a full Sam D Johnson 39 lino of P I and Thompsons Glove 39 Sam D Johnson Co Imvo a job Fitting Corsets lot of 1 white quills that they are Wo have- just received oO dozen 39 selling at low figures white shirts which we will sell at 12 Call and see them at Weitzel For hats and bonnets A Harris cents 39 39 3t Emporium is headquarters ODonnells of Normandy - the custom in cities for ladies to wear no hats at operas young man it is expected that all the ladies Wheres the Major who attend the opera of the Chimes serted us As it is now Mrs William Onan has been very ill for several days but is im- Â¬ proving Mr and Mrs McElrain have re- Â¬ turned home after a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in this place One of our handsomest young gents isnt very particular who he takes to a party just so he has good company Thats all right Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid gloves hosiery and collars and cuffs Co 39 Sam D Johnson goods stock you will In my dress And some of the choicest materials in all shades and patterns Therefore if you wish to purchase examine my stock before going elsewhere Re- Â¬ member the place A Harris St 39 Clair street All goods in our millinery depart Â¬ ment at reduced prices 39 Railroad Election Notice On motion of Mr William Lindsay the following order was adopted viz It is ordered that an election be held in this county at the several voting places of the precincts of the county on Wednesday the 6th day uv July 1887 at which theÂ¬ qualified voters of this county shall be al lowed to vote upon the question whether this court shall subscribe to the capital stock of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort Railroad Company for and in behalf of this county the amount of stock specfied in the request of said company filed in this court upon the terms and conditions as specified in said request which said request is in the words and figures as follows viz To the Honorable County Court of Franklin County The undersigned a corpoiation created Franklin County Court Saturday May 2Sth 18S7 He has de- Â¬ Sam D You can buy o a parasol Johxsox Co Weitzel ODonnells for cost at 39 3t Trimmed and untrimmed bonnets and hats at greatly reduced prices 39 poll books shall be prepared by the County Court Clerk and delivered 10 the olficeis of each voting place which shall have each page ruled in three columns and headed the first column Names of Voters the second For th Railroad Subscription and the third Against the R iilroad Sub- Â¬ And the following are the scription officers to hold said election II Court house Peter Jett and V Posey judges J H Pattie clerk Market house R B Jilson and John Tobin judges Thos J Harris clerk Gas house J T Deakins and William Flynn judges Wm H Murray clerk Forks of Elkhorn Isaac Wiugate and A W Macklin judges Ben Head clerk Peaks Mill L Hannon and T N Sullivan judges Llewellyn Chinch clerk Bloomington James Carr and Joe Du vail judges John Bates clerk Bridgeport Joseph Robinson and James Russell judges W 11 Hall clerk Cedar Run Scott Brown and E O Hawkins judges B F Rogers clerk Bald Knob John Thompson and G V Harrod judges Albert Violett clerk Flat Creek Jno H Moore and Theo Carr judges C H Vaught clerk Benson J D Moore and David Moore judge L P Hulett clerk The judges of the election at each of the several piecincts or voting places are directed to ask or cause to be asked each Are you for or against the sub- Â¬ voter scription to the railroad and to see that the votes are recorded as the voters may answer or direct and to certify the poll books according to law A copy Â¬ Sam D Johnson m Co Attest N B Smith Time and money saved by using the New Era Clothes Washer For sale by Gray Church 38 Scarlet Fever and Diph Â¬ theria are spread by contagion by the trans Â¬ fer of living matter from the skin the membranous lining of the mouth nose and throat and from the intes tines and urinary organs Disinfect nromutlv and thoroughly with Der bys Prophylatic Fluid the greatest germ destroyer Prof H T Lup- ton ot the vanuerbiit university As a disinfectant and Tenn says detergent Darbys Prophylatic Fluid is superior to any preparation with which I am acquainted FOR SALE OR LEASE THE DWELLING HOUSE NOW OCCUPIED 1 by tho undersigned which contains 14 rooms It is a tlrst rate house for 11 siimll hotel or boarding house It Is one ol the best locations In tho city tor such lmriHiso The furniture anil carets ot said rooms can be purchased or other arrange Â¬ can be made Will require 110 cash for the ments JOHN HALY rental Apply to June 11 lt FOR SALE STORE HOOM ON ST CLAIR STREET to McClures shoo store und kiumn as the Norton Shoo Store One Saloon ami Ullllard Room adjoining tho above store and now occupied by A juuin ualii liuiit Terms easy Appiyio ONE JuuolMt and duly and properly organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky respectfully request that as provided for by law the honorable court shall submit to the qualified voters of Franklin county at an election to he held on a day to be fixed by the court not less than thirty nor more than sixty days after the order therefor is made by the couit the question whether the court shall subscribe to the capital Frank stok of the Paris Georgetown fort Railroad Company for and on behalf of Franklin county the amount of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars 150 coo of stock upon the following terms and aonditions to wit I 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 counter signed by the County Clerk and the coupons to be signed by the County Clerk alone negotiable and payable to bearer in the city of New York thirty years from their date but redeemable at par and accrued interest at any time after ten years from their date at the option of the county beating interest at the rate of five ner cent per annum payable Said in the city of New York bonds to be in denominations of not less than tco nor more than Siooo but none of said 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 from the city of Frankfort Ky to the Cincinnati Southern Railway at or near Georgetown Ky the first 100000 one humlree thousand dollars of said bonds shall be issued and delivered to the under signed or to its order and when said road is constructed completed and ironed and a train of cars run over the same from Frankfort Ky to Paris Ky the remain semi-annuall- Clerk C F C C mimcn Tho most wonderful Pain Curor tho world has over known Your money will be returned if not found as represented y Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Â¬ Job Work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office ff Time and distance saved in this age is money and money saved Editor Roundabout is money made which will be the Frankfort has at last supplied case in this instance 1MIE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATt from Mrs 1 have herself with a lone felt and much It will then be verified what istratrix boiurht Whltcsldcs Addle Garrett admin of E deceased his entire needed organization a Board of the late Thomas F Marshall has Interest In the Trade an organization composed said of the merchants and business men Kentucky all lovely as she is Furniture a no Undertaking with the manufacturers in all the elements of social together of this citv whose interest and strength and political power with success means the prosperity of her mineral mountains her sealed And have sold one half Interest In my business to the city as well as tne county up fountains of wealth her thousThe flourishing condition of the and sources of capital unopened one assures that of the other opened Here grain flowers Where would Lexington be and fruit gush from the earth until And hereafter the style of the firm will be without her Chamber of Com- Â¬ the land runs oer To her Chamber of Commerce Over this road will all this STATEN DEHONEY merce she owes all her prosperity wealth be laid in the lap of Frankto day as well as her prospective fort to be worked and sent in And the business will be continued at the old stand Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street From the working of such diversified forms to the markets of orMay 8 tt future JOS T STATEN organizations near at home we the world It is too That day when it dawns upon readily see the result Coal or refuted Frankfort will be a glorious day plain to be questioned by the Her future will then be assured As is so fully illustrated KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED working of a like body of men in Mechanics and astizans who ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full the interest of a distant city of the are the most renowned of con- Â¬ Weight Bottom Prices north west from the following querors will flock here as they showing Telephone connection No 36 have gathered at St Paul No The present Chamber of Com- Â¬ dangers daunt them no labors CEO MACKLXIT merce of St Paul Minn dates it tire incorporated existence from the will population Frankforts FRANKFORT K Y 1867 when bound forward to meet and enjoy i oth day of January St Paul had a population of the the supplies thus furnished by Among the early their victorious industry rise of 13000 COLLINS The of its primitive ex- Â¬ farmer will have a market in acts and deeds DEALERS IN istence may be mentioned the is Â¬ Frankfort for every thing he has comsue of the 5000000 loan to to sell GENERAL mence her nresent system of rail If St Paul can increase her poproads which like the kings of ulation with her climate 84000 Israel brought forth both curses in six years why cannot Frank- Â¬ as well as blessings fort blessed as she is with the The blessings brought St special gifts of Providence do likeand Building Material Paints Oil Glass Paul in 1887 on account of this wise Lime Cement loan to the railroads was a popu- Â¬ It can never be accomplished by lation of 125000 an increase since finding fault and objecting to en Â¬ Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Material Aggregate of the terprises for want of information 18S0 of 84000 whoosale trade c5 000000 that are designed to work the best Iron Field S eds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations VaLe of products manufactured good for the whole people both Cor and at very lowest prices 540000000 Miles of tributary of city and county Broadway aud Lewis Streets railroads built 2486 Amount Keep pushing tis wiser than sotting aside expended by railroad companies KENTUCKY on man lines running into St And sighing nnd watching and waiting FRANKFORT the tide Feb- 24 Paul 50411333 Aggregate In lifes earnest battle they only prevail sale of lumber 5318046 Build- Â¬ Who daily inarch onward and never say TX fail JOEL Capital in Â¬ ings erected 3459 onward onward Frankfort vented in same 9655279 Never look back until ATTOIINEY AX JuAW The above showing is the fruits march FKAXKFOBT KY borne St Paul upon the issue of thy designs and works are accomThen it will be your loan toniilroads Is plished 5 OOO000 WILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS VV ot Jallatln Boone this harvest beyond all her sons will not desert thee in thy old an Grantidiillln Carroll Court of Appeals Owen counties In the and expectations Could she have age but will remain with thee to In the Eederil Court wished for or desired a more hand Â¬ call thee blessed and comfort thy some return upon her investments declining years WM CROMWELL Wm H Murray She could not Frankfort desires with the as- Â¬ The United States Court will Attorney-at-La- w sistance of the county in a small way to emulate the example set meet in this city Monday next AND her by St Paul A Grand Record Her Board of Trade has deemed best for her interest and her pro it We call your attention to the ad Â¬ PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF tection as well as her future advance -- vertisement of a remedy which lias WILL and the adjoining counties and also give special attention to the purchase will vnent for Franklin county to take stood the- test of more than a half and sale of real estate collection of rents claims with increasing popularity stock in the Frankfort George- Â¬ centuryuniversally admitted to have aud the negotiation of loans Olilce opposite and is Paris railroad by issuing no equal as u remedy for the cure of June 25 ly town 150000 of 5 per cent 30 years diseases originating in a disordered Liver such as JAS A VIOLETT bonds 100000 of the bonds to Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness JAS ANDREW 8COTT Headache be issued when a train of cars has Simmons Liver regulator Colic etc SCOTT VIOLETT is simple run over the road to Georgetown and harmless purely vegetable and JANETS AX-- TkTBFr and 50000 to be issued when can be safely and advantageously FRANKFORT KENTUCKY the road is completed to Paris and used under any circumstances It PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN acts mildly and effectually and is esÂ¬ cars have run over the same Franklin undadjacentcountles OFFICE Up pecially valuable as a Family Medi Â¬ In the Frankfort has been cine which position it holds in so stairs 22 tf Duvall Building In the past Jan liberal with her money in aiding many homes We do not know improvements in all parts of the another preparation which can bring such endorsements from COLLINS tcounty in the building of turn- Â¬ forward families and those holding DR J heads of Her citizens have likewise the highest official and social posi Â¬ pikes subscribed liberally to county im- tions Keep Simmons Liver Hegula it will reduce tor in your provements And now in simple doctors bill houseinsure for your yourÂ¬ and fam OFFICE MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN justice to heiself she asks the ilies health and happiness Teeth extracted without pain by the countys aid in commencing this It seems strange but it is neverthe Â¬ use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas less true that the world contains grand work will redound to her good people who will try to imitate coun L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN What or substitute something else good for the coun- Â¬ terleit genuine meritorious article will certainly be for a MACKLIN ty as the city and countys interest even to the extent of making a spuri Â¬ COMPTOT ous medicine risking life and health in all improvements is identical lltOPRIETOItS Many people are against this and it behooves every one to look that they buy only the Genuine work for want of proper informa- Â¬ Zuilin Co have used the precaution Mills tion upon the subject to put on the front of each wrapper -- HAVK TITE FULL- The tax to meet the interest upon their trade mark of a curved Z en Â¬ bonds when issued which twined around the mortar and on the these side the signature of J 11 Zeilin will not be until the cars are run- Â¬ Co Frauds should always be de Â¬ will be 13 nounced and the true remedies only ning over the road AND MANUFAOTDRE 32 1 m cents on the 100 tax and collect upheld Six of the best grades of the best ing the same or 130 on the Flour made in the World thousand or 1300 on the 10000 THE FINE H0L2TEIN FRIE5IAN SULL FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT NOTIGE BUSINESS P LIGHT E OLAASSBN Â¬ LIGHT -- CLAASSEN Steam Fitters Tubs Sinks Closets PEAOTIOA1 DEALERS IN Â¬ Plumbers Gas Gas Fixtures Bath Pipe and Fittings c W S DEHONEY - Â¬ Â¬ Contract Work Mar 12 Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky Choic Cheap WITH THE T -E- 3U-c3sle3r B STILL AHEAD Largest Stocfa Ever brought to this city in 0E BR0 Queensware GIasswarsLamps AND liigfl 1M11 H tJHI ik A Â¬ iHHflSwtfM J in Â¬ a HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The Â¬ LARGEST STOCK 1 OF STOVES GRATES Vases fflMHM m4 m tj nil Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be dupli Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont get the place JNO for- Â¬ - 1 T BUCKLEY St Clair Street- HyHNHil 111 Ilii iP x F 1 MA Â¬ te it 1 Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Proprietor -- Manufacturer nnd Dealer in STEAM ENGINE BOILERS Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery Heal Estate Agent DRAWINGS Affent for AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Attended to - Blackemithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Kepairing Promptly S BOZHLjIEZR AJiaLuA AQ Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis St Near tho River Frankfort E3TSEND FOR PRICE LIST WOKKS ISTO J3T1D IlTIE ana Ky H G MATTERNS CAPITAL S Â¬ DENTIST ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STREET j8S7tefftffi5m g safessjfAsbb Wf 5y MM liM KM MtS A JtL VOPJ 328gjgS25JJl MmM n I i j PORTRAITS IH CRAYON -- EwgiiaBaiMfflia ssffitess s i WW lili jJi AND ALSO- - PHOTOGRAPHS Of Elkhorn Roller all Sizes at Eeduoed Price jrr R ROGERS DEALER IN- HOLLER SYSTEM - tii n F T COFFINS AC Poles and Window L Fishre COMPLETE LINE OF wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square Office of taxable property If there be a farm valued at Aggie Jessies Netherland 10000 the railroad taxupon the same will be 1300 which amount WILL BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM ot of money will be saved to the 1W7 at inrnumber on cows during the season of arm Owen turnpike one mile OF THE THE STOCKHOLDERS Turnpike Road PLUM farmer on the shipment of one from Frankfort Ketherlund II F II 0 vol Com1 Branch nnd Bald Knob Aggie Jessies pany their unnual meeting car of horses mules hugs or cat- No 807 comes from two of the best families of electionwill hold directors on SATURDAY for the of five JUNE race whose record ut tle to say nothing of the reduced hisas good as that of anyboth forormilk andofbutter 25 1887 m the Court House In Frankfort at VI family cattle Is breed oclock of line size formed and Is rates quick time and close con- known lie Iscondition and Hell for the season By order of In excellent Terms FRANK CONWAY President 5 of service nections east north and south for due at time W S Dkhonet Secy Treas L B MARSHALL May28 W April 80 3in other products of the farm Gents Furnishing Goods In Stuck nnd all Kinds of UOTIOE fc Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE Â¬ 1 Â¬ A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN All Â¬ STREET FRANKFORT KY BY 335 OR 340 AfiOOD BUILDING LOT at a bargain For ottered for sale terms apply at this olilce Feb2G tl CO the latest style furniture constantly In stock May 8 lv