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TTWrwTw it EL i e Frankfort Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS QEORSEA LEWIS Publisher terms one dollar per year i Volume X Communicated FRANKFORT KYf JUNE 18 1887 Number 40 I am glad to say the tax payers Can you not now see how it go 25 miles either way so he went Pea Ridge opens up Frankfort to the outside of Franklin county the bulk of where wages were best and 50 Fkankfokt Kv June 16 1887 business world Some say as an them are for the road Thev see Weeds growing rapidly miles of country was too large for Wheat good ready to cut next five men to control wages Result Dear Roundabout offset to all thK if these roads are the necessity of it and they are Since writing my last I have built the people will go to Cincin Â¬ the men that are making the move week wages rose 50 cents per day at mixed with and talked to a great nati and elsewhere and buy their Some very close fisted men of IJro Roberts will preach here once Besides tins the railroad many of the people from all por goods I say if the merchants means are trying to make the poor to morrow morning at oclock paid higher wages and only re Â¬ tions ot the county have visited ilnd business men of Frankfort can man believe or rather to cram it Railroad will make more work quired to hours work per day The Forks not command and draw trade down his throat that he has no the Forks of Elkhorn When the C S R R was com Â¬ precinct is nearly solid for the pro they should lose it Frankfort right not owning property him you say Then Im agin it pleted to Somerset the writer Those who were can buy her goods as cheap as self to vote a tax on those who Rev T E Utterback of Bible while crossing the Cumberland posed railroad cooled Cincinnati College Lexington will preach Hills saw quite a number of Boyle violently opposed have She lias been asleep have property That they being Some of them now say they She must wake up The differ renters will have to pay higher here to morrow at 3 p m off and Mercer county men getting1 will not vote at all others will ence in freight between Philadel house rent I will answer this by Three stray cats have been stay out coal in readiness for the road take no active part against it In phia New York Boston laboring man de- - at Mr Willis Pearces since last to be extended Being well ac Â¬ c savincr to the all the conversations I have had from Cincinnati here will not mand always fixes the price on wfek waiting for their owner to quainted the writer went home to but two or three have refused to amount to three rows of beans the camp and enquired Do you every commodity of trade When call listen or rather refused to be con Merchants here must learn sooner chickens are brought to town the like this work better than farming Singing class this evening at In a conversation with a or later that we have got vinced to extent of the demand establishes oclock Sunday school to morrow3 It pays better What do you man from Benson I made a point fight per yard running other business centers the price So with every article by request at half past two p get 225 N That to meet them and meet in if this road was built the L measure in the entries How the world including labor m would shorten the route to Louis- them successfully we must have Where the market is overstocked many yards can you dig About ville by building a road from Ben- cheap freights and outlets for trade any thing can be had low What business is it of Bob two yards per day according as You son to Shelbyville thus making Railroad men are sharp and could not get your houses at the Franklins whether we make a the air is good or bad the distance to Louisville thirteen shrewd They know that all the rents you do now if your landlord railroad or not he dont live Arrived at the camp a game of miles shorter than it now is by the laws passed by State and National could get more If wages become here cards was in progress In a match He replied that was Government to equalize freights higher you can afford to pay more old route Last weeks Roundabout con box on the table was 60 Just just what he did not want he had amount to nothing Competition rent So this talk is iooishness as we entered the game finished tained notice 01 tne tormation ot a I is the only thing that will ever do one more road than he wanted An old Danville acquaintance was Some who know better are tell asked him to come out and hear this The late Inter State Com ing the poor man he will have to Prohibition club atBald Knob and the loser He showed the cards offering for sale the speaking that would be there merce law I think will prove a pay 3 or 4 a year more tithes an advertisement he was beaten on The fine tex- Â¬ Strange a bar room in Frankfort soon and as a just sensible man farce ture and quality of the cards were It has so far The object than he is now paying his taxes coincidence be convinced he would be bene- of Congress in passing this bill was on his little house and lot will be explained by my friend He said He replied that he never to help the people but so far such that he cannot afford to pay Pea Ridge was just like the they were French imported and fitted listened to speaking of any kind frorp that it has been oppressive them and will have to give it for Deserted Village last Saturday cost 2 per pack He would have I asked him to in most cases except preaching Communication to the taxes when at the same time evening Every animal that could worked a long while in Boyle take some papers home with him and with all points with different they know there is not one grain haul or carry weight willingly or county corn before he could have then and read He replied he lines of road is the only effectual of truth in any such statement unwillingly was pressed into the enjoyed the pleasure of losing a never read any thing I said thing that will ever do this but they are doing it to deceive service of conveying our people to game with two dollar cards for good bye talk thrown way sixty dollar stakes use the uneducated No one pays the Salvation Army An objection that sofne I learn from reliable authority against the building of the road is one cent more on his head than he After giving several reasons why A woodcutter went into the N road will just as that when built all the roads will is now paying He pays but 13 he would vote against the railroad that the L woods with a new axe and begged soon as this road is built the go into what is called a pool cents on the hundred dollars worth Bill cornered him by saying now Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Grant this to be true roads were of property more than he is now tell us the real reason to which the trees to give him enough tim- Â¬ ber to make a handle The re make the change spoken of giving never known to pool at high rates paying You see Ive got just quest seemed to be so modest and he replied Frankfort- - and the country be- It is usually done at about as low They are also telling them that a hundred dollars and I hate to tween here and Benson direct a rate as they can afford to carry this thing is a regular swindle break into it to pay that thirteen small that the trees agreed that a small ash should furnish the tim- Â¬ communication with Shelbyville Take Lexington before the build Â¬ gotten up to make money when cents ber The ash objected and asked This will enable us to get the ing of the Cincinnati Southern they know every individual who is for the protection of her sister Belle Point W H Murray wheat direct along this line from road Freight was 20 to 25 cents engaged in the enterprise is a citiIt was refused So the Taylors per hundred Now it is from 8 to zen of Frankfort The enterprise J E Miles Quit Pepper Pod trees Shelbyville Bloomfield Let us hear man cut out a handle and after fit- Â¬ Robt B Franklin ville in place of bringing it as we 12 cents per hundred The L is gotten up by the citizens and from you on the railroad again ting it he cut down some of the now do by way of Anchorage N has to carry almost double the the Board of Trade Not one sin- Â¬ I learn also distance either of the other roads gle individual whether director or Remember if it fails the fault lies finest and largest trees in the for- Â¬ saving us money that the Loiusville Southern now but she carries just as cheap So otherwise ever expects to make with those who favor the road est As a large cedar fell across We being built through Shelby if we have an air line to Cincin- Â¬ one cent out of it All they are Why Because they failed to in- Â¬ a felled oak it whispered The first conces- Â¬ form the people of its advantages made a mistake Anderson and Mercer counties nati 60 or 70 miles the L N doing is for Frankfort and Franklin sion lost all If we had stood will extend a branch road here will carry just as cheap as the air county giving their time andsome What an immense power for our little ash sister we would by not also as they could not afford to line Distance has nothing to do of them their money Every good a ministerof the Gospel can have been cut down leave this point out So you see with it The same with passen- Â¬ dollar voted goes into the road Bro T U Arnold preached be So when we are begged for our what the results of the building of gers If we could get to Cincin- Â¬ On account of the interest I here last Sunday to a large con- votes to be used against a public this road will be There is no nati in 70 miles passage would be have taken some talk to me as if gregation who finding out that improvement much needed by telling what it will result in N I be- Â¬ it was my road and if they voted he was in favor of the new railroad our fellow citizens see to it but 2 10 The L that One man I talked with made lieve charges 425 But after for it they would be doing me a listened to him with breathless at we dont furnish the handle for the this point that he was afraid the the air line is built the L N special favor All the interest I tention After the service the axe of the enemy road would be built to George- Â¬ will take you for 210 This have in it or ever expect to have Roundabout man found the opintown and go no further I told they will have to do or not take in it which will be but a few years ion prevailed that his heads level An effort is being made to re- Â¬ him it would be impossible as it you at all at most is to have outlets for the on the railroad and it aint likely move Buck Run Baptist Church now stood to stop there for this The regular tariff rate in flour to product of our mill which every hes much wrong on church mat- Â¬ from Woodlake to Forks of Elk reason Franklin county voted first Jacksonville Florida from Cincin farmer in Franklin should have an ters If either of nati is 50 cents per barrel Bourbon county next We interest in as we give them a com- Â¬ That over conscientious gentle Â¬ horn these counties failed to vote the got this rate over the L N petitive market for their grain man who because he owns no tax that was an end of the project Why is it that 300 or 400 miles which they can bring in any day If both of these counties voted for this side of Jacksonville we pay as in the year and get cash for nev property to tax wont vote a tax LECOPIPTE CARPENTER on the property around him for it then Scott county would vote high as 125 this reason er having to wait one hour for public improvement ought to be For If Scott county voted against it Jacksonville is a competitive point their money we having the great 80UTH FRANKFORT KY this put an end to it also So no with the ocean and roads Other trouble of hunting a market al- reasoned with Call him out to work on the one need have any possible fear points this side have no competi- Â¬ most the world over for the county roads in his district two I tion of its stopping at Georgetown Hence the people have to flour and feed manufactured When will say further it cannot stop pay for everything they eat and from their wheat the doing of days a week as is usual he gets through he will have quite AND even at Paris for the reason when wear for both man and beast in which has about worn me out a different opinion of his wealthy vote of Bourbon county is proportion the In other words the Farmers of Franklin county taken it will be done with the un farmers and laboring men being think seriously Be not decieved neighbor through whose lands jthe PHARMACEUTISTS derstanding the road is to extend the principal consumers have to no difference where you are locat- Â¬ road will pass He will then see to a point seven iriles beyond pay the difference Here is a diff ed in the county it is your interest that he has paid a tax at onceÂ¬ I will say further also as erence of 75 cents in one barrel of to vote the tax for this road heavy conscienceless and remorseParis A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF soon as Franklin Scott and Bour flour and everything else is in There is nothing unreasonable less Previous to the construction of bon vote and vote favorably proportion This is not only so asked Every voter whether he OHEMIOALS DRUGS MEDICINES Bath county will vote and if she at the points named but is an es be rich poor or in moderate cir-Â¬ the Cincinnati Southern railroad casts a vote for it Magoffin coun- Â¬ tablished fact the world over cumstances makes money by vot- Â¬ five men set the rate of wages to PERFUMERY ty will vote and so on through all Hence I say the mechanics and ing this tax It is not my interest be paid for harvesting hemp and corn cutting in Boyle county gen counties to the Virginia line laborers must have work in Frank Â¬ to deceive the I ask every one to connecting our road with the roads fort or they will have to steal live look beyond the few dollars he has erally 125 or gi50 per day FANCY TOILET ARTICLES came south from this on charity or go where work is to to pay now and see the result of When the C S running east and point giving Frankfort shipping be had The mechanics here are his investment which will belong along through the county the PHYSICIANS points in Tennessee North and mostly idle almost to the people of Franklin county merchants of Danville and adjoin Â¬ Elsewhere South Carolina points to which the world over the hammer is and be controlled by them in the ing towns found it was no disadwe are shipping our flour also a heard from early morning until future so far as the road runs in vantage to them to have over 1000 construction men who needed sup line of competition to all eastern evening late Every thing and this county Plies while the laborer had his A connection with the every body is on the move points Un- Â¬ 411 AintAitm1ai1 Pnnnt fnrtlninaa John E Miles Choice of places The fare being tWO puro wine8 na Liquors for medicinal Louisville Southern gives us corh less something is done the grass cents per mile for 50 cents he could purposes jRCtitipntq al southern ppinfs Vote for the railroad tax will soon be growing in our streets Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DKUGGISTS Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ RR Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS Miss Rena Mtintfon lias returned to against the railroad The time her home in Versailles after a short has come when there musj be a Mlsa Maggie L is returned from visit to her aunt Mrs Slieffer Rich Â¬ division in this matter The peoardson South Side Lexington on Fililuy morning Mr Howard Orbiaon has return Â¬ Mr Jas F Meek who has been ple want some of the spoils and ed home from school in Virginia visiting relatis es in this city left intend to have them Wednesday morning for his home in Bob Franklin Billy Murray and Judge F R Felaiid of Anderson St Louis Mo county was in the city last week John Miles each in his own inim- Â¬ Miss Maud rhnd Mr Willis Wayte Gen S B Buckner of Hart county returned home last week from itable way have proved themselves was in the city this week advocates of the Georgetown where they have been Boanergcse truest and highest interests of attending college Mr Matt A Fnhy of Indianapolis is visiting his mother in this city Miss Lanita Barkley of Elizabeth Frankfort and Franklin county in Our doubts are town has returned home after a connection with this projected and And Â¬ Miss Ada Railoy of Midway is vis pleasant visit at the home of Mr F good we oft might win make us lose we trust soon to be built road iting Miss Ruhy llingo South Side By fearing to 1 Reddish They have thereby entitled themMiss Ella Sheets of Hatton reÂ¬ Mias Kittle Warren of South selves to the thanks and lasting turned home on yesterday Frankfort joined the grand excur Â¬ of their fellow citizens sion party at St Paul Minn that gratitude V M Taylor ofVesMnillw Mr Chicago for Yellow Stone Park Very few men know how to shove We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Puul six years ago and left was in the city on Tuesday the pen of the ready writer better failed to invest because thoy thought it would not grow much tnoro But stronger Mrs Jack Long attended the great Hon John Feland Republican can Â¬ still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invest didate for Attorney fJeneral was in Democratic barbecue at Lexington or more effectively than they do it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country and met with many of her relatives the city on Saturday last God grant that their labors is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what a future and friends it has before it There is no city in H10 Union with its size business and future may be crowned with success Mr Henry Lindsey and Mr Misses Mariam Jett and Lucy Robert Franklin a native Frank- prospects where property is near as cheap Fayette Hewitt jr have returned The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from load Â¬ Muginnis of Jetts Station are visit Â¬ liome from school in Louisville ing Miss Annie Todd Woodson in fort man speaking from a thousand ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself Mr A H McClure and wife re Â¬ this city miles away in reference to the Highest Price per fiont Foot Population Highest Adjoining turned from Shelhyville on Friday Business Property Acreigo per acre Residence M Porter and wife and efforts of Judge Lindsay and Chicago Mr T fiOOO evening 750000 700 7000 Mrs Harriet Page of Covington are others to get at least one more Buffalo 240000 lfiO 00 2000 John Shelby Esq of Lexington visiting Miss Annie Herudon near railroad for our county and city Cleveland HfiOO fiOO 227000 1500 was in the city the first of the week this city 105000 1500 200 3000 and so keep dear old Frankfort Milwaukee on legal business 1100 155000 2000 Detroit 1000 Mr Pat McDonald jr of Hunting Â¬ forever Minneapolis 140000 2000 300 3500 Miss Effle Lewis of Midway don W Va passed through this city from being side tracked IJttle Well where is the man or St Paul 1200 300 140000 2000 spent Monday in the city the guest on Wednesday on his way to NazÂ¬ 105000 300 3500 5000 MNs Mary Keith Miles woman in our countys limits Kansas City of areth Academy to witness the grad Â¬ 150 800 300 50000 who does not say amen at once Indianapolis Â¬ Chas J Clarke Esq of Louis uation of his sister Omaha 5000 150 1200 78000 If there Toledo 100 1100 50000 1000 ville spent Sunday with relatives Mrs John R T Davis and family to Bobs fervent prayer 100 20000 1000 1500 near this city be one let him or her be Anathema Duluth Miss Maria and Master Hamilton of Harrodsburg have taken rooms at Maianatha or sent to Dr Stewarts Mr J D Ivehoe returned on Mon The Twiu Cities St Paul and Minneapolis aro only ten mile3 apart from cen Â¬ day from the meeting of the National the Kentucky Military Institute for F M I for a period of wholethe summer Typographical Union tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and some instruction as to their own Esquire Pat McDonald and wife and their countys best interests have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 Mrs Richard Tobin returned Tues Â¬ had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly day morning from a visit to her sis Â¬ and Mrs Mike Buckley left Wednes Â¬Â¬ day morning to attend tiie Com See here you irrational dirt nearer 150000 each and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever ter in Lexington at Nazareth Academy Considerably more than one third of ho immigration of this country finds a homo Judge George jJenijv jr of Lex Â¬ mencement institution Miss Jennie road wooden plow onegollowsed from which stick in the mud fat and go last in the territory immediately tributary to Hon A E Villson of McDonald graduated on Thursday ington and Louisville were in ihe city Tuesday opposer of the railroad are you Craddock the spry Col J G Mrs Cornelia Rush of Louisville voung editor and proprietor of the proud of the matchless enterprise is visiting her daughter Mis Geo kentuekian Citizen of Paris made and powers of your forefathers JF Rerry in this city us a pleasant call on Thursday morn- Â¬ the pioneers of Kentucky who D Hunt and Zach Gib Â¬ ing The Colonel grows younger conquered this earthly paradise Judges J bons of Lexington were in the city every day from the savage red men Of tlienit of the week Misses Maggie Taylor and Laura course you are Well then the Mr- - John V Pugh of Franklin French and Messrs Ed Taylor self same spirit which prompted Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it 2nd is visiting her parents in this Tom Stagg Jno Hardin Bert John Â¬ them to carve out such noble son Tom Averill Julian Jackson city Capt and Mrs H J Todd Frank Bull and Will Jenkins attend Â¬ possessions for themselves and for Mi s Alma Scofleld of Rridgeport ed a hop in Georgetown last Friday you their descendants would if The Third Railroad Centre in the United States is visiting Mrs Jas V Hettner in night they were here to day prompt this city Mr F C Hughes returned Thurs Â¬ every one of them to vote for this The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Mario and tlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put Mr John Selbert of Cincinnati is day night from Tennessee He will visiting ids son Mr PtiilSeibert in remain for a short time in our city railroad with a shout The man it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast thin city settling up his business affairs and who would doubt it is a goose f if The will then return to Tennessee to re- Â¬ Profanity aside would unquestion- Â¬ Mr Frank Kennedy of navigation on me Lexington on- Wed main permanently taking his wife ably be damned if he had a soul pt itie visited Office with hi in Jiesday and took iiithe barbecuje big enough to swear by Miss Katie Howdenof Lagrahge Bellepoint Lastly At the railroad elec- Â¬ And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior if can laugh attheterrorsiOf the is visiting Miss Maggie Rogers in this Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more nd more tion vote for the five pointer Ps r city John Nelson is building a hand- Â¬ Progress and Profit for self and and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making stfll Mr Ed S Ely returnedliome from some cottage on Grandview street children Power Place and Per- larger fleldH for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the contro of tho college at Richmond Ky on Satur- Â¬ Mrs J W Cox is on a visit to manency for your Capital city and day in Lexington Vote for the railroad county Hon W C Oweiw of Georgetown relatives m was in the city on legal business this PICKING INDUSTRIES Robert Stephens has gone to We the undersigned agree lo form our- STOGK THBD week South Pittsburg to lay brick selves into a society ior our mutual im provement in which law science and reMr John J J Taylor of Newport Rev Thos N Arnold will ligion shall he discussed the latter only as is visiting the family pf Mr Grant here than any its preach at the chapel to morrow we may designate Our object being to There are more millionaires the last fiveinyeais city of twice makesize on thea Continent Green sr operated to StrPaul great city ourselves by the discussion of All the causes that have for Let imppve at 4 oclock Mr Quincy and Miss Annie Ward afternoon such subjects as may redound to our bene- are working more strongly than ever and being in tho centre of the richest and are on a visit to relatives in Paris every body attend fit The details of our organization shall most rapidly developing part of tho United States St Paul and Minneapolis Ky found in our Constitution and By laws Mrs C C Merchant has re- be J w Rodman Mrs F D Reddish is in Louis Â¬ turned from a visit to relatives in Sam E James IHOS U IORD Chas F Exum WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY ville at the bedside of her daughter E M Goiier Thos W Scott Louisville is quite ill Fannie who U G Williams Frank Chinn V C Herndon S W Howell will leave Monday Huoic Rodman Mrs M R Wayte who has been By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material very ill with inflammatory rheuma Â¬ for South Pittsburg Tenn in Pat McDonald John L Scoit condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every Wm Cromwell L tism is able to be out ugain proof which has been tried in the oxperience of city growth St Paul feels assured that Verily the place W FH Johnson search of work J U Russell the era 6f prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and Julian Mrs Mattie Daniel and daughter is being depopulated J A Violet r J A Scoit more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of of Shelby county ure visiting friends W M F M Halloran all whose good fortuno it has been to visit the city and in u measure become ac- Â¬ has gone HENRY Franklin W H Netherton 90 in this city and county C MURRAY quainted with her institutions We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have Miss Mary Watts Brown lias re Â¬ to South Pittsburg Tenn to ply It is desired to have a meeting at the either been sold out at a large profit in some cases One by one the roses turned from a pleasant visit to friends his trade Court house for organization of this Sociein Winchester fall ty on Monday evening June 20 1887 at Miss Coriune Blackburn of Ver Â¬ p m Mr J P Bailey and family 8 oclockWilliams G W Craddocktern Prcsptv B G sailles is the guest of Miss Eliza Gent have left the floating palace NetActing Secretary Johnston South Side now domicilled in and are Miss Minnie Peterson attended the tie Clair Main and St Scene commencement exercises at George Â¬ the cottage of Judge Pence on Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate judgment streets town last week Kentucky avenue here is sure to net the owner from Time Three p m Dr Sam B Holmes and wife have If you desire to keep your sons returned from u short visit in Louis- Â¬ from going west forever west Two citizens with packages of TO ville build this railroad to the coal iron Roundabouts in their hands Mr Henry Cruik who has been bonanzas of the Ken1st citizen There gees an old ROBT B FRANKLIN attending college at Danville is at and timber ODIN G CLAY tucky mountains home on his vacation country friend of mine Ill see Isnt this glorious One hundred how he is on the railroad and Mr D J Hubbell sr Is now1 con Â¬ to bed on account of failing votes in Bellepoint and ninety and fined or two to health nine will go for the railroad give him a Roundabout Misses Bessie and Nannie Bell of There is luck in odd numbers take out with him liouisville are visiting Miss Lizzie says Rory OMore 2d citizen Thats right give Hudson Wm Shaw and family left our him the paper but you need not GLOBE BUILDING Miss Pearl Scofield ofBagdad who lias been visiting friends in this city town on Wednesday for Jeffer trouble him about the railroad returned home Wednesday morning sonville to reside Also Richard Hes solid for it He lives on Pea Honaker and family left Thursday Ridge But there goes a friend of Miss Katie Helm of Elizabeth town paid a flying visit to Miss for Louisville to make it their mine from Benson Ill see him Katie Green this week And so they go future home REFERENCES BY PBRMIS8ION and give him a few papers for his Mrs Wm E Hunt and daughter Fourteen mouths closed to the Exit neighbors National Bank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky who have been visiting relatives in producers of Franklin county tliis city left Monday for their home State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort It is astonishing that the public Mrs J M Stephens has pur- Â¬ in Greenville Mississippi Planters National Bank functionaries of our county with chased from Mr Frank C Hughes Branch Bank of Kentucky Misses Jennie McDonald and Min Â¬ Richmond Va Frankfort Ky nie Weitzel returned Thursday night one or two exceptions who have his house and lot on Shelby street The Bank of Minnesota from school at Nazareth Academy been sucking the countys pap for may28 iy St Paul Minn Mias Jennie graduated lo these many years are so violent for 2700 Â¬ 1crNoiiaiH NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment the attempt traitors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST PAULS imiTlEHSETRflDE - w Ississit - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ififee Hundred Per 25 Per moon 100 FEB CENT FEB ANNUM Â¬ CLAY FRANKKIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS ivdiinsrnsriE ST s o tj 3 A Card The beautiful and accomplished Bio Best Miss Mary Maddox of Lawrence- I riesire tr return thank in the Judge Wm Lindsay and others u- Waterproof 11 u JmmJ in members ot the Jire department uy vvtu will address the voters of Benson Coat was umrrieu iu lor tneir promptness in extingiusn precinct at Benson depot on uiib commuiiuy Tho FISH BRAND SLTCKEnii warranted watrjirnor nij will kpp ou dry In th hurdnt itorm Tio nWpOMMFt SlKKhRIS a pfrffct rSllnir cot and her home in that place on Wednes- - ig the fire at our store with comcoyer th Ncna ceniiln wltlm it tha full miMK Dnware of Imitation Saturday next June 25th 1887 Brand paratively little loss during my llluitratcd Catalogtia fri J Tower Hoetun Mum dav last to Judge J A Buckler o in the interest of the Paris Georgerie irY flin oifi Col A M of Texas WPe f M f rmrMc town and Frankfort Railroad LUJ11LJ the Lexington and the youthful Col Couldnt Hear It TltUnder Frankfort Ky to Pari Kydollars remnin- three Speaking to commence at The closing exercises of the An interesting letter from Mr John W inir 50000 hefiftv thousanddelivered ofto sanl J G Craddock of Paris assisted hondsshall lotted and the oclock in starting tthe young couple on white Public School took place Weeks superintendent of DoKalb Pnuper undersigned jr to its onhi Anil for the amount of all such bonds so issued Judge Wm Lindsay aid other the voyage of connubial bliss no yesterday morning in the chapel Home n feeling of gratitude and n de- - delivered to the undersigned in piynientand From of will address the voters of Switzer doubt casting many longing and of the new School Building on rtire to banefit othein I voluntarily make said subscription the uiidrrsiiir d hall this statement I have groat reason to is ue tirtd deliver n pn v ded for in its act on Friday June 24th 1887 in regretful looks as they sailed away Second street and were largely at be thankful that I ever heard of B B B of incorporation approved March 23d it ha beon to 1S77 the aiiie the interest of the Paris GeorgeThe bridal party came to this tended The exercises consisted as I know what a blessing Bronchial Ca full paid Mocks in amount in certificates of me the undersinil I have suffered with declamations and tarrh for a number of years Six months 2 That no part or pm lion of tie said town and Frankfort Railroad city on Wednesday night and of dialogues ago I was bonds or of their proceeds so to he issued with severe pnin at the Capital Hotel recitations by the pupils each of enr which taken few days began in right and deltnered in payment of said subscrip to dis in a Gen D W Lindsay Judge stopped 11 Speaking 1nn -- - kfi SLICKER pmtBmp Sflim ntl- A I -- Â¬ leaving on the 820 train on which was rendered in a very cred charge matter with terrible nnd almost tion shall at anv tmif lie itsco in payment Lysander Hord Thos B Ford unbearable palpitation and all ports of directly or indirectly in whole or in pan Thursday morning for their home itable manner noises in my head In ten dnys after the of any indebtedness of the tindeisijined and others will address the voters commencement of discharge nntl pain in that may now exist in the lone Star State Our best Coffee reduced M cents a pound at my enr I began to grow deaf and in six of Peaks Mill on Saturday June 3 That the undersigned will after its wishes attend them weeks I was so deaf that I could not hear first cisi dividend shall he declared on 40 JHeeneys of the Paris 25th in the interest picseuMlion at its office of the stock oertifi tiiunder M Shelby U S Mr D L Sublett will sell private Â¬ I was then compelled to use conversa eUes issued under the provisions of the Georgetown and Frankfort RailMr Wallace tion tube nnd it was often that I could 25th section of its charter issue stock there Â¬ Speaking to commence at Gauger and at present stationed ly until the 20th inst his house Â¬ not hear with the tube I then com- for to those to whom such certificates were road in this city was married on hold goods Those desiring to buy menced taking B BB and the running of issued or their representatives or assigns three oclock will do well to call at once as he will my ear censed in five weeks nnd can now 4 That in the event this proposition is hear without the tube My general health submitted lo the vote of the county and Wednesday last at the residence of begin packing after 2oth 40 Do not forget the Tea to be has improved palpitation censed and feel carried and the said uliciipiion made ill by President like a now being and appreciate the bene conformity thereto the undeisincd binds M E the bride s father given by t e ladies of the Fresh lot of Shaker preserves at fit I have received fromB B B mnde in ifstlf tdcommeifie the oustruUinu of sard Graham - of Lexington to Miss Church on next Thursday 23d 40 Jas Heeneys Atlanta Ga with gratitude to God and road in good fnth nnd to complete the Margaret Bryan daughter of Mr m thankfi Iness to the Proprietors for such a same from Frankfort lo a poirt on the Cin Â¬ inst between six and ten oclock medicine I cheerfully recommend it to cinnati Southern- Railway at or near A JUoono the People Bryan of Jessamine county all who are with deafness and ca Georgetown Ky p m at the Fincel Block South Jos within two yeu fioni The New Era Clothes Washer tanh Try afflicted Mr Sam E Blackburn was it persevere in its use and the date of said subscription and to Paris Side Ky within thirty months from said date value best man and stood manfully by makes clothes last double the you will be convinced of itsW Weeks John 5 That ivoie of the bonds herein be Â¬ Franklin county has undertaken his friendjas he launched out on time saves labor See it work Superintendent DoKalb Pauper House fore mentioned shall he issued and deliv Decatur Ga May 1 lb8J ered as aforesaid until the mortgage exe Â¬ and you will not be without one the task to blaze the way for the uncertain sea of matrimony cuted by the undersigned to the Central Church are sole agents Tuist Company of New Yoik dated Janu Â¬ her sister counties along the line The young couple came to this Gray Brights Disease ary 1st 1883 be cancelled and released 38 O train on of the P G and F R R In city on the C I have been n sufferer from Kidney and and said release recorded in the County Let Thursday evening We tender to her lead they will follow You cannot fail to buy one of Bladder troubles for several years I Court Clerks office of this county 6 The line of the slid railioad snail be have lntely there be no halting then on the them our hearty congratulations the New Era Clothes Washers Disease andhad what is termed Brights located as near to the Forks of Elkhoru as have had considerable swell m ing of my legs and shortness of brenth in the judgment of the chief engineer of part of the earnest workers in this after you sec it work Gray Tho urea has poisoned my blood nlso I the undersigned sh ill be reasonably prac Â¬ Some handsome repairs have Every man can do his county Church will explain secured and am using B B B Botanic ticable having due regard to the cheap Â¬ 38 been put upon the Fire Engine Blood Balm nnd find it nets poiuofully ness of instruction and directness of in convincing his neighbor part 28th day 1SS7 veiy with House which have very materially The ladies found time and nndeffectfqttickiv and I am delighted large route This theGeorgetown of MayFrankfort The Iaris its I had previously used a i The magistrates of Bourbon improved its interior appearance money saved No wear upon the quantity of various advertised remedies Railroad Company by WM LINDSAY PnsiJent several eminent physicians also wait county met in Paris on Thursday The plastering has been removed body from using New Era Clothes andon And it is further ordeied that proper ed me but B B B stands nt the top last and by a vote of 10 to 7 and the ceilings of both rooms Washers piIl loo s shall be prepared by the County John H Mabtin See Gray Church Court Clerk and deliveied 10 the orficeis Rock Creek Alii May 4 1881 submitted the question of a sub- neatly panelled with plank and the 38 of each voting place which shall have each scription of 250000 io the Paris walls newly painted new stalls put Binding twine for reapers for sale by All who desire full information about page ruled in three columns and healed the cause nnd cure of Blood Poisons the first column Names of Voter ik 31 Georgetown and Frankfort Rail up with the most approved ap- O It Crutcher Co Scrofuln nnd Scrofulous Swellings Ulcors second For th Railroad Subscription Â¬ Against the Ruihoad Sub- Â¬ Sores Rheumatism Kidney Complaints and the third Another good shot Hur- paratus for opening the doors inroad And the following are the Church Catarrh etc can secure by mail free a scription Send word to Gray rah for the railroad cluding automatic whips to ac- Â¬ and have them bring one of the copy of our 82 page Illustrated Book of officers to hold said election Court house most wonderful H with Jett and V celerate the movements of the Great Clothes Washers and ex- Â¬ Wonders filled proof the before known Posey judges J PeterPattie clerk II ever and startling The Opera Market house -- R B Jilson an John BLOOD BALM CO Address horses in getting to their positions Tohin judges Thos J Harris clerl Atlanta Ga The presentation of the opera as soon as the doors are opened plain it and you would not be Gas house J T Deakins and William For sale by W H AVERILL 38 of the Chimes of Normandy by and when all is complete it will be without it Flynn judges Wm H Murray clerk May 23 lm Forks of Elkhorn Isaac ingate and the amateur opera company ol as neat and nice as a new pin For Rent A house of five rooms A W Macklin judges Ben Head clerk on St Clair street Good water in this city under the direction ot Peak s Mill L Hannon and T N Sul- Â¬ Railroad Election Notice livan judges Llewellyn Chinch clerk The returns from the late Dem- Â¬ yard and house in good repair Ap- Â¬ Prof Wayland Graham on Tues j Illoomiiigton James Carr and Joe Du ply to Dan Mkaghek sr vall judges John Bates clerk Franklin County Court day and Wednesday evenings ocratic primary with the vote cast 38 tf Saturday May 28th 1887 Bridgeport Joseph Robinson and James was a delightful treat to our citi at the last Presidential election On motion of Mr William Lindsay the Russell judges W II Hall clerk TreeMe Abend following order was adopted viz Cedar Run Scott Brown and E O AVIieu the appetite foils ami sleep grows zens The Opera House was shows thee are over 2100 votes It is ordered that an election be held in Hawkins judges B F Rogers clerk ua and uurelrcshliig there U trouble In the rest If in the three city precincts crowded both evenings by appre- Â¬ Bald Knob John Thompson and G this county at the several voting places of ahead The digestive organs when healthy districts outside the city the same crave lood the nervous system when vigor the precincts of the county on Wednesday Harrods judges Albert Violett clerk ciative audiences who pronounced the 6th day of July 1887 at which the Flat Creek J no H Moore and Theo its elections show there are about ous and truiuiuil gives tonicpossessor no tin to he ellectlve qualified voters of this county shall be al- Carr judges C K Vaught clerk easiness at ulght A it a first class entertainment not be u mere appetizer nor Benson J D Moore and David Mooie votes counting the outside should to be strengthened aud soothedlire the lowed to vote upon the question whether by the nerves Miss Nellie Orbison sang and 1500 this court shall subscribe to the capital judges L P Huleit clerk unaided action ot a sedathe or a narcotic medicine which invig Frankfort stock of the Paris Georgetown What The judges of the election at each of the acted the role of Serpolette to per- limit clear through With these orates is required is aand promotes assimila the Railroad Company for and in behalf of several piecincts or voting places are dem- Â¬ tion of food stomachsystem by which means by the Greens facts and they are facts easily fection and Miss Katie this county the amount of stock speeded in directed to ask or cause to be asked each the nervous system as well us other parts of the request of said company filed in this voter the phvsical organism are strengthened Are you for or against the sub- Â¬ Mr onstrated there ought to be a round These are the etlects of Hostellers Stomach was splendid Germaine court upon the terms and conditions as scription to the railroad and to see that Â¬ Hitters a medicine whoso reputation is 1000 majority given to the rail- founded ilrmly Walter Franklin sustained the specified in said request which said request the votes are recoided as the voters may in public confidence and tonic road on July 6th What do you whicn physicians commend lor itsJt ib used is in the words and figures as follows viz answer or direct and to certify the poll character of Henri Matqttis of aud other properties To the HoHotable County Court of Franklin books according to law Willi the best results In lever and ague rheu Just put herithere A copy Cotnexnlle in a very creditable say boys ad County matism kidney aud uterine weakness N B Sunn other maladies Auest The undersigned a corpoiation created Â¬ manner while Mr G E MatC Jason Little who was sent to anil duly and properly organized under the Time and money saved by laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky thews of Louisville as Jean Gren the penitentiary from Breathitt New Era Clothes respectfully request that as provided for icheux captivated the audience county for life for wife murder in using the by law the honorable court shall submit to Washer For sale by Gray with the exceeding sweetness ot 1878 was pardoned on Tuesday Church the qualified voters of Franklin county at 38 an election to be held on a day to be fixed his tenor Mr Walter L Elrods by the Governor He has been a Scarlet Fever and Dipli by the court not less than thtity nor more than sixty days after the order therefor is Gaspard the Miser was exceed- Â¬ trusty for the past five or six tlieria made by the couit the question whither and Mr years and his uniform good be- Â¬ are spread by contagion by the trans- Â¬ the court shall subscribe to the capital ingly well rendered the skin fer of the John Rodman as the Notaiy was havior recommended him to the the of living matter from the mouth stock Railroad Paris Georgetown on Frank behalf Company for and membranous lining of fort Mac Van clemency of the Governor Mr J immense He noso and throat and from the intes Â¬ of Franklin county the amount of one urinary organs Disinfect hundred and Derveer as the Bailie Mr Jas will locate here and practice his tines and and thoroughly with Dar Â¬ loo of stock fifty thousand dollais t 50 upon the following teinis and promptly Newman as the Assessor and profession of Horse doctor bys Irophylatic Fluid tho greatest aonditions to wit The sinii to be subscribed to be naid germ destroyer Jrof J I T Lri Mamie Misses Lottie Stanton of the Vunderbilt University in the bonds of Franklin county with ton Those who have held to the Tenn says Brislan Clara Stafford and Suella As a disinfectant and coupons attached under the seU of the signed by idea that the farmers were an detergent Darbys Prophylatie Fluid county signed by the County Judge and as the Four Village Mahoney the County Clerk and counter is superior to any preparation with the coupons to he signed b the County Maidens were all very good illiberal sort of people and having which I am acquainted Clerk alone negotiable and payable to June Itli lin indeed The chorus was one of gotten all the benefit of county heater in the city of New Yoik thtity FOR PITCHERS t rs from their dale but redeemable at the best ever heard in the Opera taxation in the way of turnpikes oar and accrued inteiest at any time aftei House and we doubt if it could would do nothing to aid other sec- Â¬ FOR RENT OR LEASE ten cnrsfiom their date at the option of the be improved upon by any profes Â¬ tions nor benefit themselves more THE DWKLUNU 1101TSK NOW OCCTllKD five county bearing interest at the iitcof per cent ptr annum payable rooms which contains 1 by the Said in the city of New York In fact Frankfort are finding out they made a great It Is a 11ml uiiderslifiiedfont Hindi hotel orIt sional troupe rate house boaulliiK in denominations not less It is the very idea to house It Is 0110 ot the best locutions In the city boudsto benor more than Si 000ol but none mistake The lurnltuie and carpets ot than 100 for MUli purpose with Wayland Graham as a leader can ho other urrunge theVorld in getting up do as you would be done by said rooms bo made purebred or no cash for tho of said bonds are to he issued in payment Will require meiilH eati can beat JOHN 11A1Y lental Apply to of said subscription ceept as follows and the that is bringing farmers daily to Junell it amateur performances When said road is constructed completed Centaur Liniment is tho most and iioucd and a tiain of cais run over wonderful Puin Curuv ho entertainments of Tuesday and the support of the railroad propo the same fioni the city of Frankfort Ky world lum ever knowu FOR SALE sition Wednesday evenings were in no to the Cincinnati Southern Railway at or Georgetown Ky the first Si 00000 ueai 3iKnitiirir wise inferior to those heretofore Mr Stephen JJlnck of this one huiulree thousand dollars 01 saui oouus rvNK STOHK KOOM ONT ST CbUU STREET given and were thought by many county has been re elected one 6f next to McClures shoo stoic and known as the shall be issued and delivered to the under Huston Shoo Store Uuu Saloon ami milium 100111 signed or to its order and when said 1oad Job Wptk neatly exe- to be superior to their predeces the trustees of Georgetown Col- lulJolnliiK tho uboe store and now occupied hy A is constructed completed and ironed and UUIl1l UALll iiiui Terms easy Apply to a tiatu of cars run over the same from cuted at this onlco sors JUU311 H lege I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ious Â¬ Ci-rl- - Children 1 I I I g I semi-annuall- y fasloria I j I J Â¬ Â¬ t f FRANKFORT KUUNDAMIT Entered nt the piM ofnce ut Frankfort Kcnluckr as second class mailable matter thk schbmehs at work Tlteir First Ue bailed Lexington Tune 15 A bit of intelligence came to light here to- day that is interesting It is well known that for some time a syn dicate consisting of three gentle men in each of the three cities of Louisville Frankfort and George town have been trying to secure the charter of the Frankfort and Georgetown They railroad thought they had arrangements perfected to buy the charter for S5ooo but the L and N railroad caught on to the scheme and bought the charter paying it is said 15000 for it The syndicate aforesaid are feeling very fun ny The L and N will build the road at once Judge Lindsay attorney for the L and N will be President uf the new line Â¬ Â¬ J What reason can any laboring man give for not voting in j j favor of the railroad GEORGE A LEWIS 18 18H7 Editor asicSL ZFviTslislvcr FRANKFORT JUNE There is a great deal of talk among those who oppose the rail road about the employment of convict labor in its construction Now we are as unalterably op Â¬ posed to the use of convicts outside the prison walls as any one and we do not propose to abate one jot or tittle of our opposition But let us sec for arguments sake what would be the state of case if they should beso employ ed It will require at least 1500 or 1600 men to build the road Where are they to come from Certainly there cannot be more than about 100 more cqnvicts used outside of the prison than there are now out The law requires a specific number to be at all times kept within the walls Thcie are now only that number there and consequently none to be used on the road Remember now that what we have said is said simply to show that the honest laborer need not fear to favor the road because there might be convict labor used upon it We are opposed to its being used and do not believe it will be Dont be humbugged fellow-labore- r by these adroit demagogues They care not for you or your prospects They simply want to use you as a tool to defeat the road See to it that they do not carry out their designs by voting It and working for the railroad inis your road and it is to your terest to see it speedily built Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The above dispatch which appeared in the Courier Journal cf Thursday is a lie out of the whole cloth There is not a word of truth in it from beginning to end Its purpose is evident and will recoil Â¬ on the parties who have caused it to be published The charter to our road is owned here is in the possession of the owners and has been duly ac- Â¬ knowledged as the law requires So much for the first canard of the campaign Next Judge J Watson Barr U S District Attorney John C liffe and Marshal A Jacl assembled themselves together in H this city on Monday last and went through the roaring farce of holding a term of the United States Court It is about time that this thing was either done as the law requires or not at all Every one knows On Monday afternoon the color- that the business that should be ed porter at the hardware house done here cannot be done in as Bro short a time as it is done every of Messrs C E Collins on Broadway went into the cellar time this court assembles in this of that establishment for some city We only demand that the law purpose lit the gas and dropped the match on the floor which be complied with It says that alighted on some loose straw set all cases shall be tried at the couit fire to it and the flames commu nearest the home of the patties nicated to a barrel of turpentine Case after case is taken from this which stood near so quickly that immediate section and carried to the porters retreat by the stair- Covington or Louisville and only way was cut ofifand he came near enough cases are set for the court being smothered by the smoke be- here to make tense like as the fore he could be gotten out children say at holding a court We have received the printed Lawn Mowers Cradles Scythes Sneads It will be remembered that no through the street door The propramme and announcement of Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers alarm was sounded the Fire De- court was held here at all a few the Kentucky Chautauqua AssemPrices on all implements guaranteed to be as low as same can be bought any whoro until the attention of partment was on hand promptly years ago bly to be held at Woodland Park and by hard work succeeded in the authorities was called to the Lexington Ky from June 28 to subduing the flames in about a provisions of the law requiring it Countv July 8 inclusive This is a rare half hour Mr Mike Collins had Now why not by the same means opportunity for the combination of FARM FOR SALE One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ only left a aw moments before for compel these great and mighty recreation aud instruction and we dences in South Frankfort the country but Mr Mont gentlemen who are the ostensible have no doubt that those who SELL ON JULY Parker clerk with the assistance ones to enforce the law to take a W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE WILL M on the premises THE 9TH 1R87 AT 10 avail themselves of it will enjoy it uated nine miles northeast orthe Collins farm sit DRbouse and and lot on the corner of Cross BIS and Frankfort near the Main streets The lot contains about turn twma of Mr Dan Newman and others dose of their own medicine and from beginning to end Reduced Peaks Mill pike It contains ONE HUNDRED and the house Is In good repair There are aimle AND TWENTY SEVEN ACRES all In grass and peach closed the doors of the building make them hold a real term of and plum trees lu abundance upon the seven rooms place rates have been secured on all abundant water a good house of barn and 200 roses two large pits stocked with Marshal Noll spring house buggy house a fine and stopped up the cellar windows court and try all the cases that Also twenty seven head heated and n green house planted with roses and fruit trees ou the place with Hltchlngs Improved hot water railroads of cattle titty head of stock hogs spven head of apparatus so promptly that the draft was cut ought of right to be tried here nurses u variety 01 rowis a 101 or oats a good U TERMS EASY We do hope the Attorney Genoff from the fire and prevented it The people of the counties of Apply to Dr W H HALL AAUUIVIUI making rapid progress until water eral of the United States will look Bath and Montgomery are very Ky June IhUi could be gotten upon it There into this matter a little and whis much interested in the success of FARM FOR SALE were five kegs of powder and a per a word of warning to these our railroad They are anxiously DWELLING AND A FRAME of ground situated STORE AND acre on avoiders of the law small lot of dynamite in the build waiting to see the matter under DESIRING TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT side one the Versailles turnpike raid the north of one mile I offer my farm of 163 acres from Frankfort Promises In good repair For ing at the time which was prompt way and stand ready to bid lying on the Lawrenceburg pike three miles from terms apply to irankfort for sale privately at a bargain As the time for the vote on the WM CROMWELL Agent ly removed but as there was a J E ARRENT May 21 1 m against each other for the location June 11 tr 3t railroad approaches the combat large stock of paints and oils on of the road through their counties deepens The noise of the fight on hand the fire would have been It will be a glad hour to them LIME FOR SALE is getting louder and the big hot and disastrous one had it a when they can hear the whistle of BUGGIES STJRRYS fe HARNESS guns are beginning to roar AT gotten under headway the locomotives of a competing WOOD BURNT LIME EITHER IN BULK OR The loss When the rriusketry gets into full for sale at 70 cents per 200 pounds JVO 1S tiKJWI HTREJET is about 50 fully covered by inthe old line which will be the signal for Call atFrankfort Cotton Factory on Wilkinson VI EARLY OPPOSITE TIE FARMERS BANK Ky street play all along the line and the Li Frankfort Ky Carriage work repaired and May21 lm WHEAT surance The greatest loss is on 8KELD0N nulnted their release from the monopoly J J yum bearers get to the front and Apr 16 4rn color bushels of seed oats which is now grinding the life out of 300 the order to charge bayonets is that were stored in the cellar and were them I given then look out The poliF flooded with water who puts himself in the way tician As the election draws nearer the HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A COAL LODGE NO G MEETS EVERY HUN Frankfort we Let every one see that his neigh will be stranded mutilated dis- prospects of a victory for the rail- Â¬ Campbell Creek and other are prepared to furnish CAPITAL Vlsltlngftrothers cordially lurUed coal on short notice 10 cents per bushel Office for the present at U JAH MURRAY N Q bor votes for the railroad tax membered R Williams grocery where orders may be left J B 17 Willum8 See road proposition grow brighter April t Moy21 2m Â¬ Â¬ Will it not make more work WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SDCH A and thus make more money for the pockets of the laborers Will it not lower the price of coal and OF provisions in lowering the freight rates by bringing competing lines to bear upon each other Will it not bring more business And prices wore never so low Buyora have the advantage in our house of seeing so many goods before they buy and dont have to to our retail dealers and small take the choice between one or two things merchants in the supplies they will Wo 8ow ni teos- - We fit n little follow 4 yeans T T Mr be enabled to sell the men who JULllWjr old the V1V 1from 200 to 2000fit suit biggest tallest and shortest man in the country Prices a will work on the road We have all widths Stock fresh and cloan The Louisville Southern railroad IN SHOES is working 2000 men on its line II HATS Anything and everything for men and boys to day think what that Just HjIILi number of men would bring into And we can soil lower than tho lowest for cash LOOK HERE boforo you buy our county in the way of payment for supplies that we can furnish ORUTOHER STARKS Another idea that needs enforcMain ing just now is this the ulterior benefits that are sure to follow the building of this road Some men will complain of the hardship of paying the taxes necessary as though there were no resulting Now for the sake of ar benefit we will grant you that gument there may be only hardship now What about the future benefits that will surely follow to our chil dren Some may reply we dont care DO YOU anything about that let them take care of themselves as we have We ennt giye you that but we will give you the best Stop right there friend done Did not our fathers bear burdens Gouts Shoe for in tho city frioo it owl of hardship taxation and all that 200 in order that we might be profited Ladies Kid Boot for 250 ii 200 They certainly did Look at the long years they paid taxes to imOTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION prove the river build turnpikes bridges and other public works that we might enjoy the benefit to A large stock and prices to suit the times follow Many of them went to their last home long before these But facts were accomplished they bore their share of the bur G H MASTIN den cheerfully that we might reap J O MASTIN Shall we be less the harvest ready than they to do our share DEALERS IN- Awake arouse shake off your selfish lethargy and act as the Field Seeds Buggies Wagons grand and chivalric men of Ken- Farming tucky always do when brought Main Wt HARDWARE face to face with an emergency AsenU fbr the that appeals to their nobler arid GorbtedMcGormick Barresting Maebind Dos Biadns Rpers Mgwsrs better natures Such an emergenit The- - issue is cy is now upon us WE KEEP IN STOCK of vital importance to the welfare HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES of our town and county Let us OLD meet it like Kentuckians Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes -- WHITE HALL mammoth stock c fT U Clothing Shoes Hats BOTJO HT F012 CSH Street Â¬ Â¬ WANT THE EARTH 41 11 Â¬ TS ZE3ITS HINTS Â¬ R K MCLURE -- MASTIN BROS impiepls 0 Â¬ Sl 11 Â¬ i -- Grain Â¬ Â¬ Franklin iFOE SALE Â¬ HC w Â¬ Feb-2G-l- y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOB SALE 0 0 Â¬ Â¬ New Coal Firm McDANIKL GAINKS Â¬ Â¬ KKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNE J8 1887 Railroad Speaking Judge Wm Lindsay and Judge Alvin Duvall will address the peo ple to day at Bridgeport at 4 oclock p m in favor of the rail- Â¬ road Â¬ Absolute Cure for Rliema tism Dykkhhuku Tenn Feb 22 1887 Gentlemen In 1881 I had severe lb attacked tittuck of rheumatism me most in my arms and legs The latter were drawn up and when I could walk I had to go till bent over Finally I went to Hot Springs Ark where I remained several weeks I was benefitted and thought I was well and came home On my ar Â¬ rival home it developed again I then took S S S using three dozen bottles They thoroughly cured me and from that day to this I have been perfectly free from rheumatism I regard S S S as absolute in the jure of rheumatism and a perfect blood purifier I think it the best medicine in the world and if I can help it I never expect to use any other It is a spendid general medi Â¬ cine cleansing out the system and thus getting at the root of most dis Â¬ J D Carter eases Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ eases mailed free The Swift Specific Co Drawer Atlanta Ga 11 51 r FRANKFORT -- MARBLE IN AND MANUFAOTUUKB OK- WORKS - TIME TABLE THAINH BAHT DEALER ITALIAN MARBLE tion All kinds of stone work promptly ORANITE MONUMENTS HEADSTONES Estimates fumishod on applica FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Â¬ No 18 No 22 No 20 No 24 loaves Frankfort 1003 a leaves Frankfort leavss Frnnkfort nrrives Frnnkfort TBAINH WBST 503 p 947 p 800 p m tn m m Col T B man Esq Ford J W Rodand Dr Edgar E Â¬ RUSTIC TABLETS attended to Correspondence solicited Judge L Hord Frank Chinn Esq and Gen D W Lindsey will address the people at Eim ville to day at 4 oclock p m Cigar at in favor of the railroad Smoke the White Wing 37 0 tn Carpenters LeCompte Let all the people turn out and in this important N R R has author- be fully informed The L ized the sale of half rate tickets matter from Louisville and Lexington and The Hart Burial To day all intermediate points to this city oclock The ceremonies at to day to enable the people to attoday over the burial of KenHart Memorial Sertend the tuckys great sculptor should be Tickets good to return vices as imposing as the Centennial last on to morrow as well as to day October Every society organm Blue Lick Water fresh from the ization and every man woman and child in Frankfort should Springs on draught at LeCompte deem it an honor to be at the 3 Carpenters cemetery on the hill at 1 oclock Mr D M Woodson Engineer this morning There was but one Â¬ 1 545 a ra No 23 leaves Frnnkfort 815 a m No 17 leaves Frankfort 155 p m No 21 leaves Frankfort 450 p m No 10 loaves Frankfort Trnins No 23 and No 21 make connec Â¬ tion for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 con Â¬ nect at Anchorage for Bltelhyvillo Hume will address the people today at Bloomington at 4 oclock p m in favor of the railroad Â¬ 238 ANN STREET April 2 lm Do not fail to examine my stock of The Heywood baby carriage the hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ best made for sale at R Rogers 32 member the place A Harris Sheriffs Notice St Clair Street 39 Csdl and see the bargains in white The tax books for Franklin county are now in my hands and goods at Sam D Johnson Cos all persons are notified to come 3 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Versailles and Midway railroad received orders on Saturday to commence work again on the Georgetown exten- Â¬ sion of said road which is the work that is to be done as the road is built in Chief on the m Mr W H Posey has let the contract for the building of his residence on the corner of third and Main streets South Side to Mr Mike Buckley he being the lowest and best bidder Work will be commenced at once and will be pushed forward as rapidly possible Â¬ Â¬ Miss Nellie Innes of this coun- Â¬ ty found a silver coin about the size of a ten cent piece while working in her garden three ever lived weeks ago which bears date 740 Let all the people of Frankfort It is supposed to be a Spanish close their business houses for one coin of the value of about sixteen hour that they may take part in cents Songs praythese ceremonies N railroad will run1 a ers and orations by distinguished The L through coach from this city to orators will be the order of the Let there be an imKy on Thursday occasion Richmond next to enable all who wish to go mense gathering at the grave of to attend the grand Odd Fellows this distinguished citizen celebration in that city The fare The tragedy of Damon and for the round trip from this city Pythias will be presented in this will only be 2 10 city in short a time for the benefit Circuit Court with its attend- of Dexter Lodge No 41 Knights ant grand jury will meet here on of Pythias The leading roles will Monday next Wonder what be taken by gentlemen from Cincertain young men will do to oc- cinnati and the minor parts by cupy the time for a few days young gentlemen of this city It The fish have quit biting and the will be an entertainment well Louisville Lexington and La- - worth seeing and it is hoped our citizens will patronize it liberally tonia races are all past m Co have Messrs P S Rule The Board of trade meets in regular monthly session on Mon- now their new saw mill on the day evening at 8 oclock and it old site of Messrs W J Hughes Cos mill in full operation and is hoped that every member of that body will bear it in mind and are turning out 25000 feet of lumber per day It is one of the be present 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Joel T Hart in the world and he belonged to Central Kentucky and his dust is committed to Frankfort Our people should appreciate this distinguished honor and should show that appreciation by their unanimous attendance to day upon the ceremonies When the bands play this morning let all the people fall in line It is estimated that over 2000 people from different parts of the State will be here Let Frankfort and Franklin county swell the number to ioooo There are no more Joel T Harts to buty and the Frankfort cemetery will have the peculiar honor of holding the dust of the only Joel Hart that Â¬ forward and settle their taxes for the year 1887 The new revenue law requires me to collect and pay over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ Vote for the railroad fore the first day of September next and all not paid by that time The growth of Frankfort will have six per cent and costs More money to the farmer Call and look at our large and cheap added as a penalty mouths to feed more money to line of white goods Wkttzkl J W Gaines Sheriff 3 3t ODonnem Â¬ Frankfort Kv April 21 get enables the farmer to get betm 33 Parasols and fans in all shades and 1887 ter prices for his produce m styles at very low prices at A Harris Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn Blood Orange Empsons Ginger St Clair street 30 m Mower the best in the world from Ale and Drennon Water constantly My corsets for 40 cents can not be Iastin Bros 30 on tap tit W L Jetts South Side beat in the world for the price Call 40 and see theni sit A Hiirris St f IsiJr For elegant batli and Lost On Tuesday between the K treet 3 carriage sponges try gate of the City School and Col Da Â¬ Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid Chapman envel- Â¬ vis residence South Side an Gayle ope containing a letter a ten dollar gloves hosiery and collars and cuffs 39 Sam D Johnson Co Place your farns and town lots for bill a postal and a nickel A liberal reward will be given for its return to my dress goods stock you will sale with Wm P Scott He will In 40 tf tit is office find someof the choicest materials in advertise them thoroughly patterns Therefore if all shades and A Singer sewing machine given For Rent House with six rooms you wish to purchase examine my away with soap at W L Jetts and a kitchen stable on the premises stock before going elsewhere He 40 Greshams old stand member the place A Harris St near City School Apply to Dr S 33 E James 39 Orders for Drennon Water received Clair street 40 Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken- Â¬ at W L Jetts South Side Not wishing to carry any stock tucky River Mills hemp binder over for fall I offer to the public Cabbage Plants For Sale 30 my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ twine All persons wishing cabbage plants tions and millinery at such reduced For Rent A two story frame can be supplied in any quantity at 10 rates that will guarantee satisfac- Â¬ residence with five rooms and cellar cents per hundred by calling at H R tion Therefore it will be to your on the corner of Logan and Campbell interest to come and examine my streets Gas in the house and water Williams grocery South Side 3 stock and be convinced in the yard Apply to W C Hern Buy your binding twine for reaping A HARRIS don machines of O R Crutcher Co St Clair Street m 39 3 We have oO dozen seamless pin stripe hose which we will sell at ltiS Sam D Johnson Co have a job WEiTznr ODon- - Whoa Baby tn sick we pare bar Castor lot of l white quilts that they are cents per pair Whoa she was a Child she cried for Caatorla 39 3t NELL 39 selling at low figures When oho bocamo MIm she clang to Castoria m LOOK When aha had Children she gare then Caitocia For hats and bonnets A Harris 3J Emporium is headquarters fresh lot of syrup of figs just re-Â¬ A My white goods stock consists of Judea linen mulls French nainsook in plaids and stripes of every design from the foreign looms You will find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ j is ris St Clair street tf All goods in our millinery depart Â¬ South ment at reduced prices 30 ceived at Lecompte Side- Carenters 39 Sam D Johnson Co purchased a large stock of silks and will offer tlietn at very low Every prices Call and see them yard guaranteed at A Harris St 39 Clair street I just I have compe Â¬ guarantee perfect tent help and will Dresses made on short satisfaction notice Terms moderate Residence Also an elevator for sale 323 Washington street as above Mrs Lugv Freeman Dress Making You ism buy a parasol for cost at Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ 39 3t Weitzel nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco ODonnells is Natures Owu True Laxa- Â¬ Cal For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ tive It is the most easily taken lows Temple now occupied by and the most pleasantly effective Co Possession remedy known to cleanse the system Sam D Johnson when bilious or costive to dispel given Juue 1st 1887 headaches colds and fevers to cure Apply to habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 E A FEfiLMER tf Cin Corporate Committee bottles by Chapman Gayle Syrup of Figs Apply A Leading Merchants TesÂ¬ timony Mr D For Scotch ginghams satteen batÂ¬ piano for sale at a bargain Apply at 29 tf iste and lawns call at A Harris St this office 39 Clair street C W it H Fincel will sell you a 3i tf White dress flannels tricots and nice sweet ham low sponge cloths at Stun D Johnson A uTry the celebrated Eureka Springs 39 Cos Soap for batli and toilet at Chap For Sale A good second hand Laces Laces Laces man Gavles 34 tf Â¬ more ground and enlarging their ed machinery and are turning out establishment in case the P G first class work F railroad is built Mr John C Brown well known Not a dollar is to be subscribed in this city as a successful cattle nor a bond issued until a train of and stock dealer generally died at cars is running from Frankfort to his home in Shelbyville on Monvia the Forks of day last Mr Brown was an hon- Â¬ Georgetown orable and clever gentleman and Elkhorn station his death will be very much re- Â¬ Mr H L Watkins has pur- Â¬ gretted chased of Col D L Sublett his Vote for your own best inter house and lot on Ewing street for ests the railroad 2600 Â¬ Torchon Val Chantilla The Heywood is the best baby car Antique and the largest assorted stock riage made For sale by It Rogers of Hamburgs just received at A Har Â¬ 32 most complete establishments of ris St Clair street 39 One of the largest manufacturing the kind in the country and em- Â¬ Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 firms in the city have already an- ploys twenty hands They have Remember we will sell you any West Jefferson street Louisville nounced their intention of buying put in the latest and most improv- Â¬ parasol in our store at cast Weitel Ky makes tine gold work ji special Â¬ ty 30 Â¬ Medicia ODONNELL 39 3t 3m Jet a Heywood baby carriage of R Trimmed and untrimmed bonnets Rogers they are the best in tiie and hats at greatly reduced prices 32 Co market 39 Sam D Johnson grocer of Corinth Miss He stands as high socially and financially as he does as a man of strictest integrity He tells how his little daughter was cured of eczema Any one who wishes to hear more of the case can do so by addressing the gentleman a polite request for the details of the case Here is a letter from Mr Hynetnan on the subject My little daughter had eczema some time ago On recommenda Â¬ tion of a physician I gave iter S S S At once the effect of the medicine made her break Out worse than she was at first thus driving out the disease through the skin She is now tdjout well only a spot here and there occasionally showing I regard S S S as very effective in eczema and recommend it unhesi tatingly to my neighbors as a splen Â¬ did blood purifier Yours truly J Hynetnan is the leading Â¬ The Best Method D J H VN EM AN For Sailor Hats Sailor hats at 20 street m taking R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ cleansing the system is by Caiforniaa Co keep a full age manufactured the Heywood few doses of the pleasant Sam D Johnson liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs line of 1 D and Thompsons Glove 32 It acts gently yet effectively strength Â¬ m 39 ening the organs on which it acts so Fitting Corsets Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes that regular habits may be formed just received fit dozen teetii without plates and gold crowns Manufactured only by the California We have Co white shirts which wo will sell at 62 on roots a specialty No 723 West Fig Syrup fiO San Francisco Cal For sale in ceiit and 1 bottles by see them at Weltzel Jeffersou street Louisville Ky Call and cents Chapman Gayle 39 3t 30 3m iODotmellrt iW lm The most agreeable as well as the best Photographs most effective method of dispelling cents go to A Harris St Clair of nil sizes reduced to halt price Headaches Colds and Fevers or MATTE11NVS 39 m Osca Roberts is having a well s ttlcd amicably well if we as This is our last change never Let us all when the 6th of July dug on his premises parents would pay less attention Mr Martin Curry is quite ick comes show to the world that we to the Kittle of our children The featl er renovating business Mr Willnrcl Feathcrston is bet- Â¬ are still alive and let us give one is still booming in this town The water main in the river will ter of the largest majorities for the Several ladies and gentlemen of be repaired by putting down a Mr James Hughes has begun railroad ever before cast in this HTiTrfrfH wrxrmrrm Alton and vicinity were in our coffer dam the foundation of his new house county FLSH kiS burg last Sunday Miss Beulah Stone is on a visit DELAYED LETTKK The busy season prevented Among tlie Colored Citi- to her aunt Mrs G C Hughes zeim House cleaning whitewashing many from attending county Misses Jennie Goddard and JenC court last Monday nv pi POD nie Macklin have arrived home Delinquent subscribers in thii From present indications we from school at Georgetown are to have a The U B may expect an abundant harvest community must pay up PURELY VEGETABLE Messrs Howard and Joe Sted- of blackberries new hall soon Mr Howard Stedman returned acta with extraordinary efficacy on tht It man attended the commencement Recular services at South Ben home last week The Rev D W Seals is in the exercises at Georgetown TIVEIt KDNEY son Church today and to morrow city lecturing Mr Wash Allen and wife of at 1 oclock a m Mr Frank French sold a nice --I and Quite a number of Frankfort saddle and harness mare to Mrs1 Shelby county have been visiting AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Mrs Julia Strepey was called to ladies and gentlemen spent last relatives here Giten at the toll gate Malaria Bowel Complaints Shelbyville last Thursday to attend Sunday in Lexington Dyspepsia Sick Headache Thanks to the Western Argus the funeral of her niece Miss Alice and Mr Lee French Constipation Biliousness Rev G H Burks is out of the for sample copy We find it a Kidney Affections svent a few days in Shelby county Jaundice Mr C William Taylor has been citv attending the closing exercises Mental Depression Colic bright and newsy paper and wish last week suffering considerably for several at Wilberforce Ohio it success Mrs Ann Bedford has a small days with a sprained knee The City Councilmen of Frank Misses Annie South and Lena trunk and jewelry box that is 120 Messrs T J Patterson and fort should see that the workhouse Kirtley who have been visiting years old Mo Household Should be Without It Miss Jennie Featherstou returned Edgar Jones of Shelbyville were hands are not beaten with pick Bro Williams will preach at the home last Tuesday and by being kept ready for Immediate use in our village the first of the week handles will Rave many nn hour of suffering and school house to morrow evening at many a dollar In time and doctors bills Regular services at Bridgeport The ladies of St Johns A M Wheat is looking well out in 8 oclock THERE IS BUT ONE Church to morrow at E Church surprised their pastor thi section and the prospects are Christian Mr Barry South and family of very flattering for a splendid crop oclock a m the other night with baskets of SIMM0NSL1VERREGULAT0R See that you est he genuine with red Z Frankfort will spend the summer We were a little previous in our provisions dry goods and other on front of Wrapper Prepared only by Dr Pry or of Georgetown was with Mrs William Jones near useful articles JHZEILIN CO Sole Proprietors He talks announcement of that wedding down last Monday PB1CE 100 Philadelphia Pa thi place Closing exercises of the public like he will shortly come back to It will not occur just yet Mr Cass Souths large and his old neighborhood Do come Messrs Ryal Wade and Will school were held on Thursday shady yard was thrown open for Dr we shall be glad to have you Diplomas were and Dud Sharp of Georgetown evening last the speaking crowd last Saturday with us again Halleck Magletta given Geo were in the village the first of the for which courtesy many thanks Taylor and Cordie Willis Col Wingate still holds the week are due him Miss Maria Hill left for Chicago fort here with his big stock of OF CINCINNATI OHIO Messrs Dick Owens and Esten Miss Lelia Taylor who has been goods which he is selling at htir future home She will reside WILL BE AT THE Hieatt of Bagdad visited friends very sick at Midway is better and slaughtering prices He expects in this section last Saturday and with her brother Thomas Hill is visiting her sister Mrs Rvland KOTEX Her friends wish her a pleasant to move to Woodlake soon so now Sunday Bedford IN FRANKFORT KY home in that beautiful city and is the time to procure what you School teachers are now busy many friends SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 We understand that Dr C K want at cost securing situations for the next J 887 SATURDAY JULY Wallace of Woodlake has sold Those who anticipate buying a scholastic year Some body will To the Colored readers of the Round out his practice to Dr Will Wil- new buggy surrey or carriage will be left about and Members of the Ftank son and has gone to Washington do well to call and see the new fort Literary Society and to BLEEDING BLIND Mr C E Williams and family D C where he will reside in the stock just received at J H Burdins or ITCH ifci 70ioui it may concern of Shelby county were the guests future Cured tbsolutely G112 carriage shop near our village 1K ThousmJ in I take this opportunity to let sulterer or imiv d Mgit Give him of Mr J H Reib and family a you know why we did not hold given tocase of Piles aIly charity he by tlie iim nny Every job warranted for cannot cure It has been reported that Mr few days since ER110KF SYSTEM James Gallihue had bought the a call and be made happy Also our entertainment at Big Bethel NO KNIFE IS USED Miss Kate Payne of Woodford Church on last Wednesday even stock of goods from Mr Ike all kinds of buggy repairing paint- Â¬ NO LIGATURE IS USED county returned home last Sunday ing as was announced The en- Â¬ Wingate which he had here and ing c after an extended visit to friends tertainment was to be held for the LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED intended to sell whisky in addition Our little boy Horace went and relatives in this section NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I c but I can say out to look for the cows in Mrs to groceries purpose of raising funds to be FISTULA IN ANO that it is a false report as I have Trimbles pasture which has at the ed for the new road to our B Messrs J Russell and Is cured seen Mr Gallihue about the mat- back of it a cliff on last Thursday Wilder Dupuy made a visit to Normal School FISSURES ter and he told me that he had morning he was absent about friends at Rippyville a few days 1st Elder E Evans the pastor Cured without cutting or tearing not bought out- Mr Wingates two hours when we became since of said church was not willing for stock and if he did that he never alarmed about him and search was his church because ULCERATION CATARRH Mr D S Trinler and wife of us to meet at would sell whisky or any thing of made and it was found that he had some of us were members of the Of the bowel cured the kind and that he was as much fallen over the cliff a distance of New Albany Indiana are visiting A M E Church Dr Kelly hati now been visiting this city regu nearly three years and opposed to selling whisky here as about 30 feet He was bruised friends and relatives in this sec2d Because Elder Evans is too larly formode among the wealthy the tnanr cures mid Influential he has tion any citizen in this community conceited to take hold of any citizens are sufficient evidence or bis success and muddy but in no way danger- Â¬ a well established fact that It Is Miss Ella Wells and her little measure to help advance the use- eases now the stomach liver kidney many dis of bladder Judges Lindsay and Duvall ously hurt When found he had womb and nervous system are either caused or as he aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU spoke to a large and appreciative exhausted all his strength trying sister Daisey of Mason county less cause of education RECTAL ULCER He is now all have returned home from a two Evans said on one occasion that LA FISSURE or REFERENCES audience at this place last Satur- to climb back weeks visit to their aunt Mrs J he was the only representative of A 11 McClure day afternoon on the railroad right as he is playing around and Frankfort Ky H Keith Col D L Sublett Erankfort Ky 54000 colored voters of Kentucky Their arguments were seems to suffer no pain question Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky V7 Hughes Mrs Kizzie straight forward and forcible and Vannatta and Mr Evans wanted to be placed on J II1 McKenzIeFrankfort Ky He DR KELLEYS Versailles Ky office and residence Is at 376 who were indifferent or Miss Bettieand Mrs the Republican State ticket daughter many Bridgeport Seventh street where might have secured a place on said Westbe found every day Cincinnati andEXCEPT he speedily led to see doubtful were Tillie Beard of Bagdad are visit may of each week Harvest near by the error of their way and became ing friends and relatives in this ticket yet I hardly think he would PEIDAIS AND 8ATURDAYS add any strength to it In fact I neighborhood warm advocates of the only plan Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Drier think it very doubtful if he could mode of rl tol enhance the wealth and increase Mrs Ruth Arnold and little carry his own church for the ticket dressing treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ Cool nights the population of Franklin county daughter Lilian left last Tuesday much less the State Of course W I KELLEY M 1 Really it does seem difficult to Horse training in full blast for their home Bloom ington 111 he could not afford to bother with 376 West Seventh St Oinoimmti 0 raise any substantial objections to after a two weeks visit to her such a trifle as education in abundance Vegetables He Running through this railroad father Esq J W Jackson and may induce the ignorant illiterate W CONSULTATION FREE Dec 26 ly June meetings are fully ripe one of the most fertile and wealthy family and old ark singing part of regions on the globe penetrating Corn prospect very flattering Messrs F M Scofield Kendrick Frankfort to follow his fortunes into a land abounding in timber now in progress Wade John Herndon and Mr but he will never convince the Shipping lambs coal and minerals without the opwell read and free thinking of railroads and under position of The sick are all convalescing Jos Wade and wife paid Rippyville of Frankfort that he is any people Anderson county a visit to better shrewd honest rapidly the management of loves ones in this section a few than a third rate gospel expounder and influential men there can be f The primary passed off in good days since But if he thinks he can let him no possible chance of its being order make the attempt and he will otherwise than a splendid paying The Signor Blitz show took us Its own revenues investment Judge R Brown has been in in last Saturday evening Jim soon be on the lookout for his within a few years will relieve the Woodford county this week Harroa says Charlie Parrent is the predecessor the Rev G W Pat I can say more when terson county of the tax It will bring a Mr J D Parrent who has boss card player if one is to judge the time comes but will close as large amount of money into the been quite sick recently is con by the way he handled them at soon as I make one more state county at the very time when we valescent the Sig Blitz show I want to say that I under Â¬ ment are needing it more and will We may never hope to see any stood that Rev Evans claimed Justices J B Russell and G furnish plenty of work at good all who are idle It will W Hall made a business trip to better state of case exist in so far that he did not receive a written wages to as the advancement of pupils in notice that we were to hold our stimulate trade and labor of all Lawrenceburg a few days since our district schools is concerned On IV ILL MAKE Till SKISOX OK 1687 AT MY descriptions will present induce Mr J F Scofield of Bagdad until trustees and patrons fully entertainment at his church Wednesday afternoon some one N farm two tulles from Friucftirt m th L ments for our young men to stay visited friends in this neighbor It It at realize the fact that school teachers handed Rev Evans a note which at home instead of seeking fortunes hood recently 25 TO 1 SU8E A MARE in foal are fallible beings and are willing purported to be from the chair in the west will double the popu Money due as toon as tlie fact Is ascertained or Mrs Charlie Mayhall has been to retain the same teacher more man ot our society calling a meet iuu lation of Frankfort in a few years iiuuu ii itll Willi dangerously ill for a week better than one term notwithstanding ing but I want it distinctly under DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE and thereby increase the thrift and now blunders No teacher and set of stood that the note was from Mr HAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 15 hands and 3 prosperity of the county at large Inches hlifli with a lino black mano and and who is not in can show a 2gilt with onlv a few weekstallband Miss Lizzie Branham ofShelby pupils can become fully acquainted Henry Samuels and finally but not least it will ling lib colts have already proven to bo not in a less period of time than five any way connected with the only lino looking but trotters Ho Is tho cheap be a great comfort and conveni ville is visiting relatives in this months consequently the second Frankfort Literary Society Sense est horse ever stood In Franklin county ill the counties through place HAYWOOD ence to Standard Rule stallion session will of necessity be more of duty prompts me to make the foaled 1881 sired bv Harold 7 sireHay Maud is of whicliit will run 1 dam Nam etc is not so good beneficial than SntldB The fruit prospect the first Of above statement which will be Woodford MambrlnoStfiii slro of Aubottsfordbv 22Hj Never before was there such a as at first anticipated Deys course gross negligence on the commented upon but in the end AilWi 2 dam Lucy by slro of Woodford sonMay of Alexanders Norman Lulu 21G unanimity of opinion on any subject Queen 220 3 dam by thoroughbred son or lm Mr J H Bailey is home after a part of the teacher should not be will solve all complications that ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the late H A in tlilsprecinct and when the day Nine cases have arisen AicAuuuvrj vj win oi Lawrence weeks visit to Cincinnati and passed by unheeded Â¬ Edward Lanu of election comes but few dissent W L COLLINS out of ten however could be Covington Ex Com F L S Ctn ing votes will be cast Now or April 0 3111 Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn fLVl LK91 Fs Â¬ 1 - Bowels Â¬ 1 1 Dr W I Kelley CAPITAL Â¬ PILES Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BAYWOOD Â¬ EyHHRH Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7 i The charter rights and franchises of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort railroad areowned by the Board of Trade of Frankfort and their representatives are the PresiÂ¬ lar and was circulated to injure the proposition before the people Judge Wm Lindsay is absent from the city but has authorized an official denial that any sale has been made or is contemplated The honorary pall bearers tor able hearing He will tnilce the Hart memorial exercises are things clear as noon day The county taxes this year will requested to meet at the parlors of to about 24000 and the Capital Hotel this morning amount of that has been given to 817000 where carriages will be provided turnpikes three of which run dent and Directors named and se- to take them and the speakers of through or will run through our precinct which is more than our The statement the occasion to the cemetery lected by them taxes would amount to in forty Religious Notice that this valuable franchise had Now let us not be selfish years been sold is false in every particubut do as we have been done Mr Tyler E Utterback will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A JOHsWlMlilti K V GRAY JACOB SWIGERT fSticcoMora to P C CO AGENTS 30652196 15718840 12137900 Hashes GENERAL INSURANCE FRANKFORT KY London Representing the following1 Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE LONDON ASSURANCE IMPERIAL NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION LANCASHIRE PHENFX HARTKORD CONNECTICUT AMERICAN M WASHINGTON F ORIENT AMERICAN CENTRAL 8 925740 preach at the Christian Church to0865870 Do you want the capital to re Â¬ Manchester 4853887 morrow evening at 8 oclock main where it is and your county Brooklyn 1911483 nRA jo llnrtfnr1 All the members and friends of town to become one of the great- Â¬ Hartford 1 974 750 Philadelphia 1 918 432 the Christian Church Frankfort est manufacturing towns on the Boston 1 810273 Hartford Ky are respectfully requested to continent and one of the best V 05li 172793 St Louis Germany be present at the church on next markets for all kinds of garden HAMUURG BRKMKN Sunday June 19th for the pur- Â¬ and farnrproducts as well as also JJ550a v 1 We leatn that some party un- Â¬ pose of making arrangements to for all kinds of honest labor Office up stairs JIT1 HALL BUILDING known was riding up and down the pay the salary of the pastor for skilled and unskilled Then vote June 18 lr By order of for the railroad Lewis Ferry pike just outside the coming year But one of thejmost prominent the city limits making night hide- Â¬ the Church Bensonians says he dont believe Thos B Macklin Clcik ous on Monday and Tuesday last in the mud A gentleman recently came into that any such stick by yelling and shooting off a pisthreat as voting against a measure Pure any As this is out of the juris- possession of a silver dollar with that will indefinitely and everlast- juA- - Benson fee delivered zsIt ec portion of the city morning and eenlnsr For silp it Mil fmp at tol 5 rxsw t uur street ami GRKMHAMS an initial cut on its face In the ingly benefit every soul in the OLU NTAN 13 Second Street Soutli Side w diction of our police we would ZE3- for - 2STZOOI i suggest that some of the county course of the davs transactions he county will be carried out April 30Xm said he every night can be heard paid it to different persons and re- Â¬ officials look into this matter hills and as though nature tried to lend its ceived it again until he had paid it sounding over the famed BORN vales of old Benson the voices of aid to the participants Capt L D Blondell Americas out four times and at night it was The In this county on Monday June 13 1887 to Mr sich gallant spirits as those of the large chapel was crowded to over- Leonldas Hiirrod and wife a son Champion Long Distance Swim- Â¬ in his possession again Milams the Sneeds the Rupes flowing at the appointed hour of mer will give an exhibition of his FARM FOR SALE the Vories the Dooleys the Rob- ten oclock The opening chorus There is a move on foot among ability in that direction by swim the Colemans the Moores was sung and prayer offered by AT A our base ballists to form a club to insons the Bro Greenwood of Lexington IB -- A the Huletts the Sheetses ming eight miles on the Kentucky e Or A be admitted to the Blue grass Sudduths and others and the bur river from this city on Sunday after which Miss Lucy Winn read League den of the war cry of every one of her essay THE FARM OF THE LATE JAS II tEWIS subject Kings 26 1 containing 100 acres June Irankfort them to their descendants arid Her voice low though sweet and and Flat Creek turnpike lying on themiles from about i- Misses Mary Etcie Smith and Frankfort Tliere ls a good house containing The steamer Grace Morris and and all is clear was distinctly heard and rooms on the premises also all neeeisary received the successors one and t good well barge will lun an excursion on Maggie Woodson Vote for the railroad oh my she handled her subject in a man outbuildings abundance of and cistern In the Mini and an stock the first grand honor in the public children Awake arise or be ner that would have done credit farm about 4 of the laud Is well setwater ot and In grass that occasion to accompany this the balance well timbered There Is also a school examination for the 9th forever fallen good apple orch ird on the place expert swimmer to an older head For further Information call 011 the premises grade m to Jeff Harp Then a most beautiful quartette orJune lb Lewis in Bellepolnt JEFF LEWIS lmDan Payne a colored man em was rendered at the close of The Superior Court adjourned Tobacco planting is about over which Miss Anna Belle Fogg ployed at the slaughter house of on Wednesday last to meet in Sep- Â¬ Wheat another graduate read her essay Grocery and Bar Room Corn looks splendid Mr John Heller was attacked by tember fair and altogether things are Climbing which showed plainM a mad bull Tuesday afternoon and Co wjll sell flourishing Sam D Johnson FOK SALE ly Miss Fogg had been thinking gored through the flesh of the you a hut from twenty cents up John Wiley has about the largest of the many obstacles to surmount 40 throat inflicting a painful though acreage of tobacco in the neigh- Â¬ after school days are past A TO OUT 1IY not dangerous wound The instrumental solo of Miss DESIRING entireCLOSE of groceriesBUSINESS I The Court of Appeals will ad borhood stockand Ikiuors for sale at a bargain Will sell at cost until June Dock Lewis is disappointed in Winn shows how careful her train Â¬ 20th 1887 as the stock must be journ to day until the regular Sep- Â¬ closed out by that Mr A Fuller Case who taught paying his tolls from his salary ing has been under Miss Fields time Come and secure bargain P A FuIlS the old regime walked in without the music teacher June l 2t school in Taylorton and resided in tember term jParasols at cost at Saiu D John Â¬ a bobble Miss Waves the subject of this citva year Jor two tago has 40 son Co If the thing continues for three Thomasa Netterville of Louisiana ai mounted the tripod and become Frankfort will only be eighty vears longer there will have to be was rendered decidedly the best of HOUSES AND LOTS FRONTING ON full fledged editor The Shelby entire new pike built any of the graduates as she read THE street and the Louisville Turnpike In miles from Cincinnati by rail when an Old us follows Kcivs of this- week gives Jiis sa Lady Rumor has promul well and seemed perfectly familiar South Frankfortand lot now occupied by S C Bull 1 The house new railroad is built to George gated the fact that it is the inten2 The lutatory We welcome you Bro the with her subject and at home be- Â¬ Subletfh house and lot north of and adjoining Col lot town of Thos Harp to lead to the fore the large audience tion The vacant lot adjoining the last named tot Case to the editorial fratemitv For particulars lntiulre of Dr Sam James or - Our stock Oh Restless The vocal trio of colored wool dress matrimonial altar one of our most JOHN B LlNDSEY fascinating young damsels in a few Sea by Misses Stone Sleet and May 23 m Prof sj O Maiier assisted by goods at greatly reduqet prices days Co 40 Sam I Johnsox Mr Hon was sung in their usual Mr L E Lavassor of Cincinnati NEW TRANSFER LINE Lewis Harrod stood firmly by happy style and while at their his pupils and the best amateur Mr Headley Boyd formerly of his friends and constituents in the homes will be missed by the 25 cents talent of the city will give a grand this city now associate editor of late race for turnpike directors music loving people of this vicinity 11 passenger and valise or atchel passengegaud 1 trunk 35 cents 1 passenger 2 5ivents instrumental and vocal concert at the Tennessee Tribune was recent- Well there are men who would Les Femmes Savantes This 2 passengersand 1 trunk and trunk SOeenta 2 passengers and 2 trunks b0 cents the Opera House on Wednesday ly married to Miss E Clayton scorn to be elected by any such was the subject of Miss Lena Fields Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged process 5 cents In addition to above Where there are who graduates this year in French evening next July 6th Wood at Drisden Tennessee reasonable I would like to suggest to the Being no French scholar will say several childrenbecharges will be wagon Baggage will transferred In A job lot of 12 4 white quilts very Court of Claims the propriety of if Miss Lena has done as well in Fishing parties picnics Ac will receive prompt There is some complaint of the attention at reasonable rates Co cheap Sam D Johnson Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange creating the office of Supervisor of French as she is perfect in music sidewalk on Second street beHolmes Hallorans Drug Wing 40 list of the county and then is she fully entitled to the Mce and A II Waggoners Store Blue Store Of the pauper Grocery on The tween Shelby and Main Broadway We are requested to say that appoint Colonel Tracey to the po- Â¬ diploma ihe received V B LUCKETT hedge along the side of the same No Orders may be lett at TelephoneTelephone 81 The instrumental solo the Main and St Clair street base sition also the office of Supervisor Exchange is a great annoyance to persons May SS Um law with Capt Cart One to Love with variations ball clubs will meet in battle array of the game We think it emi- Â¬ was played only as Miss Emma as Actuary having to pass that way and the SEW PLANING MILL on Wednesday evening next at 3 nently right and proper that our Sleet could plav it and shows attention of the proper person to oclock on the sandbar retiring magistrates should be pro- plainly how devoted she is to her remedy the same is called to it M Bros keep the beat machine vided for Mastin favorite study music There are precious few in this Miss Maggie Gaines a graduate Havingrocently addd to his Establishment 40 Miss E Blandina Temple oil Price 00 cents per gallon locality who favor the railroad of six years ago delivered an ad daughter of the late j B Temple First CIuss Planing Mill Deputy Marshal W T Flynn yet I for one until I see further dress to the graduates giving Esq and a former resident of has been assigned a room in the shall not go crazy about the sub- them a short sketch of the past six Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of this city was married in Louis new Government building ject I find that the Lindseys years and admonishing them to Duvalls Col Johnston Craddock their duties in the future ville on Wednesday last to Dr Benson and in fact all the most learned vocal solo by Dare I tell Wm M Griffiths a rising young citizens about Miss Lilly Stone who will not ALSO We hope our neighbors at Sud and intelligent physician of that city Springs who are Frankfort are for it and certainly teach next year but will tell us in Scroll Work Stair Work duths Sulphur Turning The granery of Mr L F Noel so vociferous against the railroad it cannot be the bug bear our peo a short time that it will be this fall Gotten out tu tho best style If they will ple would have it The description of Westminster near Peaks Mill this county was will come out Saturday and hear convince me that it will bring all Abbey by the principal Mrs E Judge Lindsay destroyed by fire on Wednesday Among the foremost advocates the benefits to the town and coun- Â¬ L South enlightened the minds night Fortunately the building of the railroad out here are Daniel ty that is claimed for it then away of many who looked upon West- Commissioners Notice was empty at the time and the loss Moore Col J P Pryor Wm with all prejudice I will be an ad- minster Abbey as an ancient out CREDITORS OF 11 GLOUOWER HAVING claims against Taylor Col Dave Moore Theo- vocate of it What wewant is of town secluded burying ground 1st day of July 18b6 said estate on or before the was not heavy the house being will presont same to the un on or dore Polsgrove Syl Sudduth Jas better times and we must have a for the Londonites but they came dersignedinuvou before the 2Uthu day of June 1887 insured B JUUNSUM Iirupenjr Polsgrove Ed Coleman P R change of some kind to get them away the wiser for being there June 4 t Special C F C C If a railroad will bring prosperity Taken all in all every thing The reports from the county Pattie and others Does Benson precinct want to to our borders then let us have it closed on an elaborate scale and FDR SALE DR RENT are most encouraging to the rail- Â¬ in provided it is not managed solely speaks volumes for one of Kenfat and go last be always HOUSE SOUTH FRANKFORT ON As fast as the matters of internal improvement by the supervisors appointed by tuckys growing colleges of which MY wing street IN Lot 84 by 250 feet House has road committee 0 rooms long hall kitchen cellar ntntr and true position of affairs is ex- Â¬ and material progress Then let the county court the past year has been one of its good garden m Also my household and kitchen furniture piano plained to the farmers new con- Â¬ her vote against the railroad on Commencement Exercises of most successful ones organ Ac Possession given 011 or before July 1st IUiH4 St D L 8UBLETT When the time came for parting Excelsor Institute 1887 verts are made The railroad the 6th proximo as it is said she there was hardly a dry eye to be threatens to do strength is growing daily IS- - 2v I- We are gratified to know that The Commencement exercises found and tears flowed freely at m Mrs J B Lewis had the mis- Â¬ Judge Wm Lindsay will attempt of Excelsor Institute took place the depot wnen farewells were T HAVE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A FEW 1 boarders for the summer June 1st May Excel Â¬ a limited number will iind Kbeginningdelightful M I a fortune to lose on Wednesday to remove the scales from our Wednesday June 8 The weather given and received tho summer months eyes next Saturday at 3 oclock was all that could be wished for sor enjoy many many more happy place to snend per day or 600 per week Special Prices 100 last her fine young grade Jersey Let us all turn in the future as the past prices ior lumiues Auoress singing years out and give the with fragrant flowers R T P ALLEN cow Mary White L A O- distinguished gentleman a respect- - birds and balmy breezes it seemed have proven Farmdale Ky Â¬ A by BENSON IGE LttTTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I5f Â¬ Â¬ - 1 IToR SALE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ r 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I 8 9- - MM4rw ijwvrTwinw irv m wi vMM t m I learn work has commenced Aggie Jessies Netherland In Stock and all Kinds of on the Georgetown and Midway road to complete the gap between WILL BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM of Lawrenceburg 1687 at mynumber on cowh during tbe tteauon of and Versailles Made Comics and Window Fisture Owen turnpike one mile farm STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PLUM Frankfort be then from Frankfort Where will find Bald Kuob Turnpike Road Com Aggie Jessies Netherland U F H B vol 1 THE Left out completely NoT7 comes from wo of tbe best families of pany will bold tneir annual meeting for tbe election of five directors on SATURDAY JUNE BUILDING LOT FOR SALE race Danville rejected a railroad bisas goodwhose record both forormilk andofbutter 26 1887 at tbe Court House In Frankfort at 12 A family cattle as tbat of any breed Is of fine size formed and is once and she moved heaven and known Re Iscondition and wellfor tbe season oclock m of By order Terms In excellent r 227 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY FRANK CONWAY President South- due at time of rfervloej fo earth to get the Cincinnati O LOT GO BY ASK OR Hlfl A GOODS W S Dxuonkt Becy Treas L B MARSHALL All tbe latest style furniture constantly tn slock feet Is offered for sale at a banmlh For ern April 90 3m May Mr terms apply at tbls office tx taxable property in the county that is not here now With this road and the rjver P LIGHT E OLAAS8EN opened Wankfort wilh increase her population 100000 if she has 7777 7 Tt j l y thing like the enterprise of Tim rUHIiUl ISHKKKHY NOTHIEP TJIATV T I hove bmiifht from Mm Addle ilirrcttiidintii Paul and Minneapolis WbltcsidcH deceased Ills entire Istrntrix of J7V of the public to attention It s remarkable how the West Interest In the lc it fitrurcs showing what fa can move and how still this town Undertaking returns the Ssooooco loan bt can stand When the ok village Furniture -Pan made to railroads in I0O7 wants to move little she is justa had brought her politely informed bv some of the When bt Paul voted the 5000- c ifknowing ones yoii are doing And buvc sold one half Interest In my business to 000 loan she had a population ol verv wel keeu vour scat r s ne unci nope m If Frankfort had an outlet how M 000 UVtl S the future and her hope was many manufactories would there DEALERS IN- more than fully realized for she be here with their capital and Aim hereafter the style of the firm will be has a population of 125000 with numerous hands Gas Closets What induce increased valuation to pay the ment can she offer any one to STATEN DEHONEY interest on the loan and the loan start business here Pipe and Fittings c Strict attention given to Job and itself when it matures And tlielnisliKviulll oe continued Contract Work All work Guaranteed At the first step she makes the of Whttesltles State n No 218 St attheoldMand Clair street She has made herself a magnifi freight rates kill her and so it will May 8 tf JOS T STATEN cent city with her 17 railroads ever be with her unless we have No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky Mur 12 by a littlc enterprise and a bold competing lines Coal spirit to grasp the future The lumber business is slowly Where there are manufactories perishing for want of transporta KINDS DOUULK SCREENED there must be hands to operate tion ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full They require houses and them The distilleries are likely to re Weight Doitoni Prices IS food for themselves and families main idle for the next year we see again what industry Thus Telephone connection No 3 And it the advice f home citihas done for St Paul as regards zens are heeded Frankfort will capital invested and an increase of not only be an idle but a dead GEO B MACHLI1T WITH THE- population on account of her town and ready for burial FRANKFORT a Y manufactories as is so fully shown She has lived to a ripe old age IIIHbmwqIhII by the following gradual Her youth can be renewed by a Ever brought to this city in As showing the few large doses of The Western COLLINS growth of the manufacturing in- Â¬ Immigration efWarranted DEALERS IN terest of St Paul the following fectual when directions are follow- Â¬ Quecnsware GlasswareLamps figures will be interesting Enterprise ed Enterprise GENERAL establishments 542 M8So ANI Frankfort could well have given 11606 hands 6029 products Cincin300000 and secured the 824 An investment nati Southern 667 establishments 1 88 that would have paid her hand- Â¬ Of all descriptions The hands 8188 value of products somely Paints Oil Glass LARGEST STOCK 15466201 When the E L and Big Sandy and Building Material Lime Cement establishments 694 is completed 1882 OF- to ElizAethtown and hands 12267 products 22390- - Lexington Frankfort will then be Blacksmiths and Wason Makers Material STOVES GRATES 589 on an insignificant side track of establishments 758 t 1883 and a fine new N She will only need Iron Field Seeds Harness the L BraGSQoods Goal Hods Vases 25885- harids 13979 products line of Wall Paper and Decorations a roof such as some of her citizens And at prices that cannot be dupliCor and at very lowest prices 471 are trying to have the work com- Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in 843 establishments 1 884 Broadway aud Lewis Streets so the roof will be Frankfort before Dont for- menced on hands 15726 products 26 662- completed at an early day get the place KENTUCKY FRANKFORT 000 Murray Wm H JNO T BUCKLEY Feb1 24 tf establishments 864 1885 St Clair Street hands 17581 products 3 1 24 Communicated TT 000 1 Frankfort Ky establishments 1886 936 June 14th 1887 hands 19500 products 40000- Editor Roundabout ky 000 I see by the papers that we are Almost every branch of manu- Â¬ practice in the circuit c0urt8 Gallatin Boone Fidnkltn facturing is represented in this to have a free delivery in this city and Grant countiesCarroll Court of Appeals Owen In tbe and one complains of So In the Federal Court increase the total number of new which no We also have a firms during the year being 72 far so good Manufacturer and Dealer in accommodating Post- Â¬ good and as shown by Bradstreets book WM CROMWELL Â¬ So much for business in St master When he made the application for the postmastership of Paul Attorney-at-La- w We will now call upon her sis- Frankfort he received the signater Minneapolis and see what tures and letters of Republicans AND Distillery Mill and Agricultural Machinery she has been doing while St Paul stating that if Dr Hatchitt was to give place to a Democrat we has been moving Agoxit DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED There were 4503 buildings preferred the present incumbent PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF erected in Minneapolis ih 1886 at thinking and believing that he was Franklin and tbe adjoining counties and Blackemitbingr Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly give special in favor of Civil Service Reform will also of real estate attention to the purchase a cost of 9099052 Attended to collection of rents claims and sale She acquired a large Thresher In fact he so stated to the most and the negotiation of loans Office opposite Agent for ZEnsj GKrifcTiE Works by donating a site and prominent Republicans in this June 25 ly We believed he would at E3ZE3 her citizens subscribing over 100 place and least appoint one Republican in JAS ANDREW 6COTT JAB A VIOLE7T to the capital stock 000 Columbus Stearrt Pumps He failed to do enter- Â¬ the Post Office This is Minneapolis SCOTT VIOLETT E 123 Lewis St Near tbe River Frankfort Ky SEND FOB PRICE LIST When the appointments were has so enterprise What prise made for the free delivery we Franklin county and Frankfort FRANKFORT KENTUCKY lumber mills in thought he would appoint at least There are 21 PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN H G He failed to do WILL Minneapolis which cut over 262 one Republican and adjacent counties OFFICE Up Duvall Building In 536000 feet of lumber during it All right Mr Rodman if you stairs the We can stand it we have to 1886 CAPITAL Ten thousand men find em- Â¬ give you credit for being a Jack COLLINS ployment in Minneapolis mills sonian Democrat dyed in the DR J wool double twisted full measure and factories Mechanics and artisans are six cord You are now on top and per- Â¬ going train after train to these OPP ft 342 MAIN STEEET How is Frankfort Her haps you will remain so but every- Â¬ OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMANthe cities pain by Teeth extracted Do you use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas mechanics are idle or are leaving thing points differently PORTRAITS IN CRAYON What is the cause not think it would have been bet in droves When will ter if you had appointed some old L F COMPTON Want of enterprise W C MACKLIN AND ALSO- they stop leaving here When rederal soldier to one ot these MACKLIU It would have been a COMPTON enterprise stops them and not be- Â¬ places mwssMMSSEmsinaMmm manly act They represent at fore PROIHIBTORS The building of the railroad will least one half of this community wlllUft JlfTU Jltl Of all Sizes at Beduoed Price cause 150000 to be expended in and certainly should be entitled to Ellchorn Mills iwUHHHBttftUSSHBMIiijillU It will be work for some consideration this county to the You think differently -- BATE THE FULL- carpenters stonemasons and other victor belong the spoils hands who are now idle IHfWHiMffKHXiflrlfifMtlMlM DEALER IN- Old Soldier When the road is completed MwJiSHuifcviTHMr should there be ten miles of road jm ANU MANUFACTURE Now for the railroad in the county there will then be COMPLETE LINE OF of the best grades of tHe best 200000 at 20000 per mile PRANKFORi ROUNDABOUT TiXX 1 MOTIQRi I 11 nVlin rtSt 4rtirt - business rr LIGHT CLAASSEN PECTICAL -- k 1 Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters W DEHONEY Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Â¬ Choic Cheap Â¬ Tn- T- - Bu clsile 111 Â¬ STILL AHEAD -- Largest Stock -- 0R BR0 II Â¬ 1 HARDWARE Fancy Goods Bnl Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- attorneyat law frankfort will F MAJOR Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor BOILERS Â¬ Â¬ STEAM ENGINE Bal 3Stat boil ATI s Vs7OS22S aitd MATTERNS S DE3STTIST ART GALLERY -- PHOTOGRAPHS MEM 53saBrffli wa Roller HOLLER S7STEM -- R ROGERS P THE FINE H0L5TEIK FRIESIAN BULL fx Flour made in the World 4 wareroom Office Broadway opp Capitol Square IT hk E Gents Furnishing Goods UOTICE Shirts to Order SPECIALTY Â¬ Feb26 v I 5