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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifSWTW Fbe Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X CoimmmJcated Fkankfokt Ky FRANKFORT KY JUNE 25 1887 Number 41 so plainly shown as in the follow Â¬ 1 ing familiar anecdote We want every teacher an Once there was lying by the i nd to write something for the June 23d 1887 side of a ditch a our On the Educational Column other side lay a mac Dear Ron i about A teacher must teach not Jess The pig vas sober the man was Sometimes I think I will tire in every direction Not sit still building is spe t here The iner tlan six hours per day exclusive drunk von and your readers but the and say if we do this or that it chant mechanic and of recesses and intermissions laborer The pig had a ring in his nose interest I feel in the prosperity of gives the peoj le the outlet to go farmer get it Every doll ir of it the man had a ring on his finger We hope that our teachers and Frankfort prompts me to go on to Louisville Cincinnati and else It takes corn oais hay meat and Some one pasing exclaimed so friends My whole time is spent and will where to trade The peopie must bread It takes lumber he sw year will help us to make this that the pig heard it One is the best one in the history of be spent up to the eening and nave and tin y demand an equal mill man gets his part Bald judged from the company he the close of the polls on the 6th of chance with the balance of the Knob gets it directly in oak ties Jie association keeps Instantly the pig rose July in the furtherance of this world MrWalter Franklin and Col and went away tue oiuy oak ties to be had near Treasure Tiove pood work when I hope to raise They can be hauled 10 P B Ford in the absence of a I learn there are some few busi the place the shout over Franklin countys ness men here opposed to the Frankfort and taken up the road regu ar programme ine ioiiowmg d autitui poem discussed having given i 000 majority for the road and give as their reason that for miles se ral questions of importance to was read by Miss Fannie Taylor The opposition is yield- - if this and other roads are built railroad at the closing exercises of theCity Tin re is not a human being in the members ing and falling into line daily and the people will go School on Friday the 17th inst Franklin county who will not be Let every teacher endeavor to awiy from here Treat every one kindly hourly The building put start a district library this year It was read in a very beautiful This is benerited to other points to trade Do not get into a street argument just what they should do if they Frankfort on the up grade The school can give exhibitions feeling and impressive manner with them but take them quietlv can buy cheaper Tiny should 1hinkfoit puts with her prosperi and entertainments and donate the and we gladly give it a place in and show them the personal ad not be walled in as tiiis is what all ty every acre of land and every proceeds for that purpose Try it the Childrens Column by special vantages and the generil advanta request on the I he man tiling raised on thit land such talk results in Get your school house in order ges the road will be to them P grade does business to day will have Dont The Blue Ana The Gray whether in town or in the remotest that A gentleman from the count y before the school begins to learn and he had just as well Have your fuel ready be- Hy the flow of the inland river wait portions of the county when do it quickly if he does not it will today with whom I was taki fore the cold weather Those Whence the fleets of iron have fled many if not all of the most vioent sorrow he must eaten about inviting capital giving land that use coal should remember Where the blades of the grave gras quiver will yield their opposition be to his of them c machine shops said this A leep world is on the move ol the is cheaper in sum- Â¬ Under theare the ranks dew dead I never understood the on T The and say sod mid the was llie very thing rraMklort that that article As hive said before f he s ts in winter Business men Waiting the Judgment Day question before t would do her more mer than is wanted Under the xnz the Htu a day now down and waits for trade he of Fratikfort spend We are glad to note that the I asked him Under the other tne Gray being left and will find it out when good than railroads and then in the country Go to too late Lost trade if hard to re- - what would they do wit tluir people are taking more interest in From of sorrowful Peaks Mill Bald Knob Benspn gain if it is ever regained Thii manufactured ma enal He said their schools as shown by the The the silenceinourueis go hours desolate Bridgeport Ftrmdale and tell the is fact Nearly every Lovingly laden with flowers the trading world knows after Instituting ship it out on the election returns a Alike for the friend and foe story Tell it truthfully Tell it Business men rise up even at rver and mad we now have district has elected competent Under the sod and the dew the If you ever did earnest earnestly Con men to fill the position of school Waiting the Judgment Day this late day and fall into line What a grand idea this is work do it now Oir road is not fine ourelves to this one road and trustee Unly three report no Under the roses the Hlue We will take you by the hand and Under the lillie the Gray to be built as other roads hive welcome you wth a shout Al rch rvcr forever As I have said be election held The amount asked to be been So with an equal splendor fore tins is what has worn me out In nearly every instance where The uiorniiig Min ntys lal The taxable solidly with us on to victory hipping flour to the cmU of the voted is 515000 is no reisoiible argument a candidate was run in the interest With a touch impartially tender of Franklin county is six There property We want of a certain teacher he was re On the blossoms blooming for all We cannot earth on one road This will be a why you should not million dollars every direction Frankfort jected do business successfully with thejO- We hope that hen after Under the sod and the dew Shelby Waiting the Judgment small debt for our capital We must have being the center The building the people will frown down all Hroideiei with gold the Day Blue to two outlets we have county voted 700000 Mellowed with gold the Gray more if we make this a business of tne Paris Georgetown and such Elect men whom you can roadsT and only got a portion of With more we can ad- - Frankfort road and the building when the summer calleth what she voted tor but hid to pay center and invite capital build ol a road connecting at Hardins trust and then leave the selection 0On forest and field of grain vertise of the teacher to them the debt li we vote the tax our manufactories of all kinds when ville or some other point with the With an equal murmur falleth l he cooling drip ol the ram proposition is so guarded the road thf Trustees must remember that to gives us al- m mn 1 OuisviIle southern earnings tU lnh ri- has to be built to Georgetown and make a contract with a teacher Under the sod ami the dew Waiting the Judgment Day chanics of all kinds w 11 be weekly most direct communications with legal two things are necessary Wet with the rain the Blue trains running over it bt tore one sp nt here The merchant gets it not only all parts ot the State but Wet with the rain the Gray be sworn dollar of the Donds is to be issued with theU parts of the country north 1st The trustees must of the bonds will The merchant s lends it 2d The teacher must iSadlv but not wih unhraidini office Ihen 100000 into farmer the fai mer having a home south east and west Trustees The generous deed was done be issued The road is then 10 be have a certificate Yours truly the cars running to market for everything he raises should demand of the teacher that In No stoim of the yeus thai ire fading built to Paris and John E Miles braver battle was won remaining home market is where the moiuy they advance his or her certificate Under the soil and the dew that place when the is made Have the outlets so the Waiting the Judgment Day 50000 of bonds are to be issued trading world can get to you and Editor Roundabout Every white school in the Under the blossoms the Hlue Besides when built the county Allow me to address a few lines county will have not less than a you to them Under the gu lands the Gray owns and controls tne road just as to the workingmei laborers me- - five month term this year Trus No more shall One opponent of the road from the war cry sever she does the turnpikes she has chanics white and colored 1 have tees endeavor to extend the Or the winding rivers be rel What would the country made a point in an lived fifty years in Frankfoit and time should built in the county Get They banish our anger forever wherever practicable Peaks Mill Elmville Bald Knob argument if this road was run to have always worked a living the best teacher possible Dont When they laurel the gruvcof our dead Benson be to day without their tte mountains and got the coal for myself and a large family I depend entirely on what the dis- Under the sjd and thedew Waiting the pikes I went last Saturday with iron and lumber out it would be have never failed to vote lor in- trict draws from the school lund Love and tearsJudgment Day for the Hlue Gen Lindsey Frank Chinn and shipped to Cincinnati and else- ternal improvements in the State Tears and love Im the Grav K K McClure to Elmville Was where and he did not want this At the me ting of the FrankThis man has done more and for all measures to promote lin County Teachers Association I have known done never there before Gov Knott having gone to Old our own diimond studded little the people of this section for some talking against the building of the city s interest regardless ot tne last Saturday the following offi Point on a vacation Lieut Gov time having bought the wheat road than any one to my know Â¬ of the little tax that we had pay cers were elected for the ensuing I replied J R Hindman is again occupying ledge by saying we grown by a great many of them and I have always found that for year President Thos Hunter the gubernatorial chair I was surprised at the wanted not only to supply Cincin- every dollar we had to pay for Vice President Miss Maggie for years fertility of the soil the thrifty nati but if possible the whole taxes the poor workingmen got Iones Secretary H M Polsgrove looking appearance of the whole world That Kentucky had been ten fold back again in increased It was orJered that the officers of country You could see prosper- all her life sending her money to employment railroads rner im- Â¬ the asociation be tiie committee LEGfljnPTE ity all along the road These peo other States for every thing her provement water works gas on programme CO JNTV SlMEKIN rNDENT pie lack one and a half miles of coal her iron and her farming im works Capital hotel city hall lire SOUTH FHANKFOHT KY them with the plements all her goods from cot- Â¬ department turnpikes and school turnpike to connect Why not Childreus Colu 1111 Georgetown and Owenton turn- ton cloths up to silks My experience has been houses I was born and raised in 11 now turn the scales and get back pike that the farmer that furnishes us If two hogs cost J5i2 and one of hilly country but this mile and a a small portion of what we have meat and bread and we that had to them cost a third more than the ASD half of road is the roughest I ever been paying Cincinnati Pittsburg labor made money all the time other what is the price of each and other places drove over They get their goods and I appeal to you all to vote for Why cannot Frankfort make the railroad The tax will be hog from Georgetown on the Cincin Thiee women went to town nati Southern road Most of their and sell every thing just as cheap light f Many of us will have with eggs one had 10 one 30 wheat is hauled there and sold as any other place on the green nothing to pay If you are only and one 50 They each sold their The best wheat we get from any earth There is no sensible rea- Â¬ worth 500 you will pay 62 A OKNKltW ISSOHTMKNT OF First give her out Â¬ cents if is raised in this section son why not source per annum eggs at the same price per egg 1000 125 Let us finish this road and get this lets then advertise her invite I know that any working man and all received the same amount drugs me aomm wi jmals trade for it naturally is ours The capital buy lands in the outskirts would freely give a half or one of money How much did each railroad will get a good vote here of the city and offer them free whole days work to secure the woman get Give them their city road and thereby secure for him Â¬ I understand there is a lack of to build on Several of our little friends have about two miles of road to connect taxes for a term of years take self it may be one hundred days promised to help us in this column FANCY TOILET AR L the turnpike on the Owenton road stock in every thing that roposes employment Arouse everybody Dont forget us We have re in this county with the turnpike in to come here form joint stock and work until July 6th and ceived two or three letters without If 50 or 100 from cover yourselves with the proud the writers name We want your Why not build companies Owen county tUYStCIANS this and draw the trade of this end those who are able is put in this name of being on the side ot right name signed to your letters but of Owen county here Our Coup that and other things even ifthey and progress will not publish your name unless B G H ty Court should not hesitate to do do not pay any dividend you will you request it IIUS at OllCe lllis pomou ui wc gci a wiyc iuumi uy iuv iiiiictisc Blue Lick Water fresh from the Self Respect Self respect is Care fully compound Hl Pat county has had so I learn less of population who will demand h a good thing in a man but we i ure lima iiii jjiquorH ti clothin to wear Springs on draught at LeCompte appropriations than any other houses to rent j seldom expect to find it in a brute purposes 3c Let the county subscribe and bread and meat to eat their Carpenters Â¬ - Frankfort the business men of weekly earnings spent each week They will right in our midst the farmei Frankfort subscribe make money by ir We want coming in with the rest of us get every outlet possible Let us tinghis portion of the wh le wake up and put in all links th it When the railroad or railrondr the chairs all the chains are built the money spent for tin connect EDUCATIONAL Â¬ 1 Â¬ i Â¬ 11 Â¬ fr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ imm Â¬ DRUGGISTS Â¬ PHARyACBUTlcift 1 PRESCRIPTION t A A T5 21 thrums left Wednesday for a visit in Lock Misses Corinne Blackburn Katie Green port Henry county Annie Brown Lucy Stockton and Messrs Miso Natalie Snwei h visiting relative Miss Iattie K Mooie of Georgetown s Delano Walcutt Mac Vandervcer Ed in Covington the guest of Mr and Mrs O R Crutchir Stanton Walter Franklin Will Iluds n Miss Alice NcUnu U visiting Miss- Malti t the Capital Hotel andlhos Green spent Sunday afternoon Page South Siile last at Mr Jas Blackburns near Spring Mrs C A Woodward mother-tn-laof p Ainsclen of Vurviilles wn in Station MiVJiis MrL It Warren has gone to Michigan the city ycitcnlay Miss Todd Saffell gave a tea yesterday to spend the summer evening in honor of Misses Jessie Middle Col A M Swnpe of luvington was in Mrs Walter Ayres Mr John Ayres and the city on Tuesday Mimic McKenz e of Miss Maggie Ayres of Missouri are visit- - ton of Louisville Ilopkinsville and Frankie Johnson of K E Ilunie male a Hying trip to nig relatives in this Dr county Lawrenceburg The gentlemen present Louisville llii- week Miss llattie Leopold a most charming were Messrs Will Davis John Stewart and Jen Jis V Rnlihron of Lexington young lady of L uiisville is visiting Miss Phyfhian Saffell wa ill town Monday Salina Harris Main street Mrs M W Willnit of M uiterey is vis Do not have your fine clothes Miss Mat Hewitt of the Jessamine tting Mrs Ada itnctt Academy is in the city visiting the family linens or red blankets worn out by w - Pergonals NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the sood we oft might win By fearing to attempt Dr L X Taylor of Cirrolliou is st p of Mr Landon A Thomas using an old rub board but use Wo often henr tho lnmeutntions of those who visited St Paul six yenrs ago and ping at the Buhr Hotel failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger Mis Jim Morgan who has been visit the ladies friend clothes washer Scott returned Tuesday ing Mrs E L Samuel returned to her Sold onlv by Gray Church still will bo the vnin regrets of those who hnve n little money now nnd fnil to invest Mrs M Y it here because they hnve been so unfortunate ns not to see St Pnul The country hardware merchants from a visit to Louisville home in Lexington Fiida 41 1b just beginning to realize what St Pnul hns done in Into yenrs nnd what n future Mips ElVie Jeers was in the city this week it hns before it There is no city in the Union with its size business nnd future Miss Ada Railey of Midway who has The fire alarm on Tuesday prospects where property is near ns cheap visiting Mrs Henry Ilrown been visiting Miss Ruby Ringo returned The following comparative obtained from lead Â¬ evening was occasioned by an ing conservative agencies in the stntement of real estate values1887 home on Thursday morning Prof W H Ihrllinlomew of Louisville respective cities during April speaks for itself conflagration in the was in the city on Saturday Mrs V Berberich and daughter Miss incipient Highest Price per front Foot Population Highest Adjoining Business Property Acreage per acre Residence Mr Paul Moiifml wife and child are Margaret returned Monday afternoon from stable in the rear of the Murray 700 fiM0 Chicago 7f0000 7000 stopping at the Cipital Hotel a visit to relatives in Cincinnati block on St Clair street and was Buffalo 240000 3000 350 2000 227000 3500 500 1500 Misses Dollie Gill and Lena Slaughter Mr Hen Gray of Louisville spent Sat few buckets of Cleveland subdued by a 105000 Milwaukee 1500 200 3000 of Mercer county are visiting the family urday and Sunday in the city 155000 vater 2000 300 3000 Detroit 140000 Minneapolis 2000 300 3500 Miss MaryE Sullivan left yistertlay for if Mr Wm Coke South Side 1200 300 140000 2000 Mrs Mary J Lewis and Miss Maggie A her future home in Louisville Cradles scythes stones hay St Paul City 105000 300 Knnsas 3500 5000 Mr WmT Lindsey returntd Tnesday Lewis left Thursday for a visit of several forks hoes rakes and handles at Indianapolis 800 800 150 90000 months to relatives in Virginia 150 1200 Omaha 78000 5000 hard pan prices at Gray from the University of Virginia 100 1100 Toledo 50000 1000 Mr Geo F Beny went down to Shelby- - Churchs hardware merchants Miss Sue Rush left Friday to visit her 100 Duluth 20000 1000 1500 ville on Tuesday to attend the wedding of 41 sister Mrs Martin of Cyntltiaha m Miss Clara E Hume his cousin D E Caldwell of the Lexington Major The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen- Â¬ Mr Clarence Witherspoon of Lawrence A comfortable tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vncant space between them and For Sali Transcript was in town Saturday on Irame house of seven rooms in hnve a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 18B0 jr spent Sunday burg passed through the city yesterday Mr Jos Blackburn Mo his way nome from Linneus Cistern and all nec- Â¬ had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitant respectively have now 140000 possibly good repair hst with his parents in Versailles Mrs Hafie Iluthsiug and two children pouring in faster than ever uearer 160000 each Messrs J no Overall and f J no Grant of Lot 60 by Considerably more and the tide of immigration is of this country finds n home essary outbuildings if St Louis are visiting her parents Mr than one third of the immigration in the city Sunday Louisville were 200 feet situated on Campbell in the territory immediately tributary to nd Mrs L B Warren South Frankfort Mrs Jno Ma tin is visiting her father-in-hHall had the near the corner of Conway street Mr Euhanks of the White Mr Maslin in Scott county misfortune to lose his infant child on Tues Apply to is visit Mrs Ellen Young of VerVille lay morning last from cholera infantum C B Conway 41 2t jnjj Mrs Geo Huffman South Side m Misses Nina McGoodwiu Lena Bennett Mr S L Chevis of Lexington was on nd Helen Floyd of Louisville are visit Â¬ We regret to announce the short visit to friends here Uiis week i ing Miss Fannie Ilerndon near this city death of Mrs Eliza Bergin of this Miss Battle Davis of Georgetown Misses Sue Rodman and May Bagby re city which occurred on the 13th Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Davis South Side vijiting Miss Lizzie turned on Friday from school at Hollins instance at the residence of her Miss Fannie Gaines returned Tuesday Institute Virginia Miss May graduated from a visit to friends near Lexington son James Bergin at Bryan in Mrs Rella Kampmann of Indianapolis who has been visit Miss Salina Harris Alabama She was 77 is visiting her sister Mrs Mollie Station Ind ing relatives in Louisville has returned Williamson on Shelby street South Side years old and was well known in The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sanlt Sto Marie nnd Atlantic Road will Mr J M Stephens moved into his new give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago nnd will put Mrs Robt Crittenden and son Harry this city it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast on the South Side on Wednesday Mrs F A Burnley home vho have been visiting S F home in Beattyville left Tuesday for their Dr S 1 Holmes has tented Dr Saves labor clothes backache Smiths residence and moved in this week Miss Jennie Sharp of Lexington attend worry time and money the wonon ifie Head Messrs Thos Averill and Frank Bull ed the Hart memorial services and was the derful clothes washer Sold only 1 Williams by Gray uest of the family of M H spent Sunday last with friends in Versailles Church hardware mer- Â¬ And only one hundred miles from Lake Suporior it can laugh at the terrors of the a vis- - isq chants Mrs Jas M Saffell left Monday for 41 Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more children Iler Mrs W H Stanlty and ittii relatives in Versailles and Lexington and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still Many anxious inquiries have larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are is in the icrt Albert and Hannah left on Wednes Mrs Lizzie Winter of St Louis lay morning for a visit to friends in Cin- been made as to who the distindaily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the city visiting her mother Mrs Sarah Sneed cinnati guished county official was that Mr T B Wood of Lexington was in Miss Alie Huhbell of Shelby City and week the guest of Dr Averill the city this was caught with a quarter of lamb Miss Fannie White of Sedalia Missouri Mr E W Hinesleft Tuesday to attend a are visiting Mrs Clarence Egbert South and four loaves of bread under his wedding in Mt Sterling returning yester Frankfort arm at the great Lexington bar- Â¬ day who has becue calling on one of the city There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent Miss Jennie Scott of Louisville Mr P Fall Taylor of Louisville spent neen visiting Miss Jennie Morris left Mon dads to come and lunch with him All the causes that have for the last five yenrs operated to make St Paul a great city Sunday with his mothers family in this are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and lay for a visit to Miss Corinne Blackburn city as he thought he had enough for most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis jf Versailles is Mr Edgar Jett of Vincennes Ind Anyone a small snack for both Miss Emma ICavanaugh left Wednesday visiting his brother Mr Peter Jett South who has the proper information tor Corrollton to attend the Womans Con Side Missionary Society of the Mitho- - will please let it be known ference Messrs Harris and Stoddard Johnston dist Church By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material jr are visiting friends in Versailles this The following gentlemen com- Â¬ condition by the certain promise of tho citys situation and surroundings by every Mr V C Hughes and lady left for their Week new home in South Pittsburg Tenn on pose the grand jury for the June proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and Master George W Lewis jr is visiting Wednesday last They carry with them term rrankhn Circuit more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of 1007 his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Geo A our best wishes all whose good fortune it lias been to visit the city and in a measure become ac Lewis quainted with her institutions Henry Craik Court Ziegler Messrs John We have a largo number of Southern customers and all their investments have B C Milam foreman J W Mrs J W Watson and children of Claience Julian and Edward Bull who Lexington are visiting Capt H I Todd nave been attending College at Danville French Ben F Suter Geo A either been sold out at a large profit in some cases arid wife eturned home Saturday Lewis Louis F Yount Levi H Dr J Q A Stewart and Miss Rose Slew- Miss Emma Graham who has been visit Scott Sam Tinsley Jas Glore art left the first of the week for Washing ing her sisters Mrs A K Stephens and Geo W Bryant S W Paine ton City Miss Lulie Graham left Wednesday for Mrs J G Dudley and daughter Miss her hjine in Sailor Spring Illinois John B Dryden John OConnor Bessie of Louisville are visiting Mrs Mary E M Hopper Jas F Car Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate judgment Mr R H Alexander and bride nee sr here is sure to net the owner from A Id ridge Kale of Newport passed ter Willit K Kodgers b b Miss Allie Miss Cordie Cannon returned Tuesday through the city Monday en loute to Hawkins from a visit to Mrs Braniiiu C Sherley of Liwrenceburg on their bridal tour Louisville There is on exhibition at the Dr Hart of Winchester nephew of the ODIN G CLAY ROBT B FRANKLIN late Represen great sculptor was here to attend the cere Mr James IL Fitzpatrick grocery of Mr George Salender tative from Flovd county was in the city monies connected with the interment of the a beautiful tapestry picture made this week remains of his distinguished uncle Â¬ 11 -- T ST PAULS IPK TRfl OE Â¬ The Third Railroad Centre the United States Â¬ Â¬ pt of Navigation itie Plississippi tfv f Â¬ Â¬ STflGK THRD Â¬ M PMING INDUSTRIES Â¬ WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY Â¬ Tiro Hunarea Per Cent Per mm 25 TO 100 PER CENT FEB AITNTTM Â¬ Â¬ Emma K Leistner of Hoyesville Ind is visiting her sister Mrs P A Fuhs in this city Miss Mrs Louis Wallasheck of Weme Austria but formerly of this city is visiting Â¬ Misses Josie Salender and Annie Power returned Thursday from Visitation Acade Â¬ my at White Sulphur Scott county where they have been attending school the past daughter Miss Josie while a pupil at Visitation Academy at White Sulphur the past The picture is 21 by 27 session by his Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING Li Miss Nellie left for on Wednesday contains 78500 friends here Mis B Dowling of Lexington and stitches the work being neatly of Cincinnati Moore Lucy A and beautifully executed The Mrs J Noonan nee Miss Kiltie Con- Â¬ Mis cousins of the late Joel T Hart and Mr ycung lady is but is visiting her parents way of Cincinnati 14 years of age A B McMillan were visiting Miss Annie in this city Mahoney at Mountview south east of this and the picture is a great credit to Mrs Alice B Orbison and daughter city Saturday one of her years year inches and 2vI3ST3STEISOai ttureka Springs Ark Mrs N M Crulcher of Duckers is visit ing her sisters Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner Â¬ Masters George Browdcr and Charlie REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Rank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky Dr J Q A Stewart has returned from State Bank of Virginia Bank of Frankfort For Rent Three or four un- Deposit Bank of Kentucky a meeting of the Superintendents of the Planters National Bank Branch on first floor Feeble minded Institutes which met at furnished rooms Richmond Va Frankfort Ky in Lakeville Conn on the 15th inst Miss three squares from the bridge The Bank of Minnesota Apply at this Rosalie Stewart will remain East with South Frankfort St Paul Minn Jmay28 iy office 4Mt friends during the summer months Â¬ Lost A gold medal on Main Is The Best ffwgft or Lewis streets Thursday De Â¬ Prof Jos Desha Pickett will sign star and R M Waterproof Goat descent of Rowan county has at last met preach at Buck Run Church on on star arithmetic on J crescent Ever rnaao his deserts and has died with hi Georgetown turnpike Sunday Return to Executive Mnnion Mid Non rrntilno un Dont wnto vntir mnnw on n trnm or mfiher rnnt ThA FISH nUANI RTiriKnn ttoiuiiri vltii the abovt unuHJiuiriy nram ixmi pKnur niiu vui Keep ymi tiry ir mo imrucc norm It is well known that next at li oclock am boots on iieceive reward TRADE MARK 41 it Asklortl a FISH Kit AND f LirKDnnnltnko no other If niirtordioneri1oe ntlimollnTMlllinAWn nnit nnlrrrlnilvir itnlnHHtfi A J TOWKIt 20 Simmon Kf HnMrxl Mn he has been defying the law and Fi ir R i nt Two c tta as A p- A GUARANTEED FACT using his office of Police Judge of The VCI ply to Innv M Havta COUldllt Hear It Thunder Friinkorl Ky to Paris Kv the remain Morchead as a means of carrying diet of the peojle wash day made 4Mt ling Ifsocoi fifty ihniinnl dollars of said m a pleasure by using the simple and nut his schemes of rapine and tx urenunjj lower irnm vir jonn v ooimis unn nc issueo ami neutered to tne I nt Meat CUfir weeks superintendent of DoKulb Pnnper uinersigned r to us order And for the Meat Fold by easy clothes washer o murder Cheap At C W CC Home amount of nil such bund so issued and Church hardware mer Cheap Gray From a feeling of grntitudo nml n de- - delivered to the undersigned in payment of sheriff of Rowan county chants Main street H Fincels The 4141 ire to bouofit otherc I voluntarily innka aid subscription the undersigned shall under authority of a warrant for is ue n net deliver as provded for in its ct cent Clio reduced pound nt J i We are requested to announce Ii tl Tollivers arrest for murdering the Dl l ll U Ul ST0 JJ of incorporation approved March 23d 10 nvt iivj n nfi I know what n blessing it linn been lo 1877 the same amount in certificates of two young Logans which murder that the swimming excursion and I hnvo suffered with iJroncliinl Cn lull paid stocks in the undersigned inc -- HI privatc- Mr D L SuMttt will 2 That no part or portion of the said liurh for n number of years Six months formed a exhibition will come off to morrow was recently committed lv until flip 9itli hist lil i Iwiiicn hro I wns taken with severe pnin in right bonds or of their procet ds so to be issued posse of some zoo of the best and as announced but that hereafter o1 B0Jj8 ThosJ IeiSlril1r to hliy enr which in n few days begun to dls anil delivered in payment of said subscrip Â¬ nnd almost tion shall be used bravest men of the county armed there will not be any bunday will do well to call sit once as he will clirrge matter with terrible nil sorts of directly orat any time in whole in payment unbearable palpitation and inilirectly or in pnrt Ait noises in my head In ten day after the of any indebtedness of the undersigned with Winchester rifles surrounded excursions given by the Grace begin packing after 2th commencement of dischargo nnd pain in that may now exist the town of Morehead on Wedncs Morris began to That For Rent Store rooms good my earI Iwns so deafgrow deaf nnd in six first 3 cash the undersigned will after its weeks that I could not hear dividend shall he declared or day morning last and demanded location rents low thunder presentation at its office of the stock certifi Â¬ VV B Luckett proposes to run C W H FlNCEL that Tolliver and his party sur I was then compelled to use conversa cates issued under the provisions ol the 41 tl tion tube and it wns often that I could 25th section of its charter issue stock there defi- his omnibus as a street car from render to the law Tolliver Fresh lot of Shaker preserves tit not hear with the tube I then com- lor to those lo whom such certificates were antly refused fired on the posse some point on the North Side to Jas Heeneys menced taking B BB and the running of issued or tiieir representatives or assigns 40 my enr ceased in five weeks and can now 4 That in the event this proposition is and retreated into the Central the extreme end of South Frankhetir without the tube My general health submitted to the vole of the county and A JBuouo the People has improved palpitation censed nnd feel cairi d nnd the said subscription made in Hotel which he had barricaded fort in the middle of the day and in the evening to accommodate The New Era Clothes Washer likn n new being and appreciate the bene conformity thereto the undersigned binds The battle was for the purposefit I have eceived from B B B made in itself to commence the construction of said Tolliver found his persons living on the South Side makes clothes last double the Atlanta Ga with gratitude to God nnd road in good faith and to complete the kept up until thnnkf lness to the Proprietors for such a same from Frankfort to 1 point on the Cin quarters getting too hot for him going to and from their meals time saves labor See it work medicine I cheerfully recommend it to iniinti Southern Railway at i6r near is a good idea and it is to be and you will not be without one all who are afflicted with deafness nnd ca Georgetown Ky within ivoveais Irom and endeavored to escape across the This tarrh it persevere in its nnd to Church are sole agents you will Try convinced of its value use nnd the date of said subscription from Miid Paris be Ky within thirty months street into the brush but was shot hoped that he will receive sufficient Gray dale John W Weekb 5 That none of the bonds herein be Â¬ 38 with his two encouragement to keep it up as down together Superintendent DeKalb Pauper House fore mentioned shall be issued and deliv Decatur Ga May 1 188 ered as aforesaid until the morlgnge exe Â¬ Hams sides shoulders cousins and another of his follow it will be a great convenience in lard cuted by the undersigned to the Central beef veal mutton lamb sausage ers Deing ncerany naaiea wmi very warm and wet weather Trust Company of New York dated Janu Â¬ Brights Disease H Fincels etc at C W ary 1st 1883 be cancelled and released balls One of the sheriffs possi I have been a sufferer from Kidney and and said release recorded in the County Holman CombinaThe Jennie 41 tf was wounded as was another oi tion opened a weeks 1 m Court Clerks office of this county Gladder troubles for several years engagement 6 The line of the slid railroad snail be You cannot fail to buy one ol hrve lately had what is termed Bright the Tollivers who with a com- at the opera house Monday night Disease and have had considerable swell- located as near to the Forks of Elklioni as panion managed to elude thi with a rendition of the great emo- the New Era Clothes Washer- - ing of my legs and shortness of breath in the judgment of the chief engineer of The urea has poisoned my blood also the undersigned shall be reasonably prac Divorce with after you see it work Gray posse up to the time of our going tional drama tciMe having due regard to the chep-ie-- s secured and am using B B B Botanu Miss leading role Church will explain Blood Balm and find it acts owefuit 38 of lonslriicfioti and directness of to press although it was though whichHolman in the in a she sustained witl manner This the 28 It day of May 18S7 ill ftiy The ladies found time and uudeffectsijuiekiv and I am delighted lnrg they would surely be captured its The Paris Georgetown I had previously used a Frankfort which showed her to be a supeib No wear upon the quantity of various advertised remedies tnilrond Company by The posse expressed themselvc actress Miss Jennie Burleighs money saved VVM MNDSAY uud several eminent physicians also wail resMnt determined to capture or kill even rendition of Blanche Sterling body from using New Era Clothes ed on me but B B B stands at the top And it is further ordered that proper iII hiio s shall fie piepared b the County John H Martin See Gray Church Thus ha could not be better her voice Washers member of the gang Rock Creek Ala May 4 1885 ourt Clerk and delivsied 10 the officers figure and manner being well 38 il each voting place which sliall have each been at last accomplished wha adapted to her difficult part All who full information nbon ae ruled in time columns ami headed Binding twine for reapers for sale by be cause desirecure of Blood Poison should have been done long age Mis Burleigh is a fine actress and and le first column Nainej of Voters the 99 econd Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcer Fur th- - Rnibond Subscription the destruction of this infamous a worthy support to her leading 0 H Crutcher Co jme4 Hluumatism Kidney Complaint md the third Against the K lilroad Suh crowd The good people o lady Miss Holman Mr Kd And the folloving are the Send word to Gray Church Jatarrh etc can secure by mail free t criptioii 82 page Illustrated Book o hold wa md have them bring one Rowan county and thank Got Bourne as Uncle Burdet of tin copy of our with the most wonderfu ifhcers tohouse said eh clion mid W II vVcnders tilled Court Peter ett perfect while Mr Otto H there are some good people there Great Clothes Washers and ex and startling proof evor beforo known Posey judges J II Pailie clerk Krause as M T Muggs wa BLOOD BALM CO Market house K B Jilsou and John can now attend to their business inimitable his ludicrous make up plain it and you would not be Ucrss Atlanta Ga robin judges Thos J Harris clerk 38 Gas house J Ueakins and William For sale by W II AVEKILL and live in peace and his humorous colloquy with A ithout it MayL3 lm Klnn ju ges Win II Murray clerk A general expression of relie Miss Lola Bartelle as Sallie Ann Foil Rent A house ol five mom Forks ol Elkloru Isaac gate and V iMiickin A judges bVn Mead clerk and thankfulness has gone up Waddle bringing down the house on St Clair street Good water in Peak s Mill L Ilaunou and T N Sul Boivling G ice n Democrat yard and house in good repair Aj- from all over the State that thu Railroad Election Notice ivui judges Llewellyn Church cleik Dan Meagher sk The above named compain ply to Ilhiomlngton James Carr aim Joe Du Â¬ disgrace to the fair name of Ken JS tf val judges John Hates clerk opens an engagement of one week Fkankiin CoursTY Court i tucky has been wiped out even Hridgeport Joseph Iobinoii and James Saturday May 2Stli 18S7 Tronblo Ahead at our Opera House on Monday Mr William LiiuNay tht Uiisseli judges W II Hall clerk uml rlorp prows When the appetite hula On motion of it has to be wiped out in blood Cedar Run ad fited next and the prices which they replies and uiiiclresliln there U trouble nllnrting order was an electionviz held u Hawkins judges Scott F Brown and E O H Rogers clcik he ahead The digestive organs when healthy It it ordered that llald Knob John Thompson and G V Several gentlemen from Findlay propose to charge are so low that crave food the nervous bjbtem when vigor evernl voting plio s his county nt the Ilarrod judges Allien Violeli clerk lie precincts of the county on Wkdnksday its Ohio have been in this city foi every one can afford to go Their ous uud tnuuiiil giwj tonicioieMirno un Mat Creek Juo H Moore and Then tn be eilectlve easineit at uighc A ijay of July 18S7 at which tin hk 6th not Un a mure appetizer uoi We should to be strengthened uud suuttieduiv the juilifi d voters of thi- county shill lie at Carr judges C it Vtuglii cierk several days securing options 01 rates are 10 20 and 30 cents by the nents Ileiison J IV Moore and David Moore lowed to vote upon the neNlion whethei unaided action of u sedatlxeoru narcotic oil lands and have made a pur trust that they may have crowded Wlmt U required U n nudlelne which iinig hi- hall subscribe to the cnpil u ludges L P lluleit clerk court orated the somach u id promotes assimila The judges of ihe election al each of the Frankfnr lock of the 1aris Jeoryeiown chase of the Gregory lead mini and appreciative audiences tion of food by the system by which means inil oad Company for and in behalf o several piecincts or voting places are the nervous system ns well as other parts of near Peaks Mill They wen directed to ask or cause to he aken each the physical organism are btrengthened his county the amount of stock speeded Hostetters Stomach Are you for or against the subhe rrquot of said company filed in this voter attracted here by the rumor of According to announcement These arenIhoine lects ut whose reputation is diclau Hitters and tw see that founded irnily in public conildenue and ourt upon the terms and conditions n scription to the railroad and ex the remains of the immortal widen physicians commend lor its tonic an lead and oil prospects pecltied in said request wiichsaid request the votes are recorded as the voters may ti hilloim uud other properties It is used answer or dirtel and to certify the poll s in the words and figures as follows viz press themselves as not bein sculptor Joel T Hart were with the best results In levirnndngue rheu hocks according to law matism kidney and uterine wcakuesf and To the Honorable County Com of Franklin A copy afraid to risk their money in ai interred in the cemetery in 0111 other maladies County Attest N B Smith enterprise for the development o city on Saturday last Time and money saved by Clerk C F C C The undersigned a corpointiou created properly organized under the the lands they saw This begin The exercises were opened with using the New Era Clothes mil duly andCommonwealth of Kentucky laws of the Washer by Grav For sale to look like people from othei prayer by Rev G F Bagby 01 respectfully request that as provided fur Church 38 by law the honorable court shall submit to States are coming here to develop this city the qualified voters of Franklin countvnl that which we should Jong ago Mr Robert Burns Wilson the Scarlet Fever and Diph Â¬ an election to lie held on a day to be fixed by the court not less than thiity nor morr theria We poet laureate of our city delivhave discovered and utilized by contagion by the trans than sixty days after the order theiefor i are spread are glad these gentlemen have ered an oration and a poem which fer of living matter from the skin made by the couit the question whither shall the the membranous lining of the mouth stock courtthe Parissubscribe to the capital visited us and trust they will were beautiful and appropriate Georgetown Frank of nose and throat and from the intes Â¬ fort Railroad Companv and on behall make their investments pay big reOn account of the illness of the tines and urinary organs DMnfecl of Franklin county theforamount of one turns authoress Gen P W Hardin promptly and thoroughly with DarÂ¬ hundred and fifty thousand dollais 150 bys Prophylatie Fluid the greatest coo of stock read two beautiful poems written germ destroyer Prof H T Lui aonditions to upon the following terms and wit The most beautiful and artistic I The sum to be subscribed to he paid by Mrs Rosa Vertner Jeffrey of ton of the Vanderbilt University piece of hand painting on china As a disinfectant and in the bonds of Franklin county with Tenn says detergent Darbys Prophylatie Fluid coupons attached under the seal of the that we have ever seen is on Lexington to any preparation with county signed by the County Judge and Judge W N Beckner of Win- is superior acquainted exhibition in the show window of which I urn counter signed by the County Clerk and the coupons to be signed by the County HaflT is the chester delivered a lengthy elabMessrs Day It Clerk alone negotiable and payable to handiwork of Mrs Charles Haff orate and eloquent address The Excell ent Qualities hearer in the city of New York thirty The vocal music was furnished Of the delightful liquid fruit reme- years from their date hut redeemable at and does great credit to that fair par and accrued interest i any time after lady It is a combined dinner by a choir of select voices under dy Syrup of Figs commend it to ten years from their date at the option of The most wonderful Pain bearing interest nt the rate the and tea set The decorations are the leadership of Prof Wayland all who suffer from Habitual Con- five county per annum payable semi-a- of Curor tho world has ever per cent stipation and kindred ills Being nually in the city of New York Saul known Your money will so natural and life like that you Graham in liquid form and pleasing to the bonds to be in denominations of not less bo returned if uot fouud The instrumental music was feel when looking at it that you taste harmless in its nature than 100 nor more than Si 000 but none us represented would like to take up the flowers rendered by the Maysville Cornet strengthening as well as cleansing of said bonds are to be issued in payment of said subscription except as follows in its properties it is easily taken When said road is constructed completed and inhale their fragrance as well Band Cry for The benediction was pronounced by old and young and truly bene- and ironed and a train of cars run over Children Castor Pitchers as feast the eye upon their beauty Ky same from the city of m by Prof J Desha Pickett and ficial in its effects and therefore thethe Cincinnati Southern Frankfort at or Railway to esWe would call attention to the thus the remains of this immortal the favorite family remedy klaal - near Georgetown Ky the first Stooooo n iiian 111 utit It one hundree thousand dollars of said bonds y advertisement of Mr Lister artist were consigned to the dust uren w in issued to shall a reuuire eiuie yei signedbe or to itsand deliveredwhen the under said road order and Witherspoon offering a reward lcr of the State and country he loved effective laxative For sale by is constructed completed tiiiti onedpndj Job Work neatly exe- A iA k a stolen horse 1 so well Gayle Chapman n r n of cars run over the tame from CUlt I l illS OIiM0- That arrant scoundrel and red handed murderer Craig Tolliver Religious SUCKER f i I I 1T TluSal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mini Â¬ n Â¬ v lmtf k k 1 Â¬ I tcwmimmmr M KHAlNKFOHTKOUNDAliOUT Entered at the post oillco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class miilliiblo matter GEORGE A LEWIS 25 1BS7 E3dttoc and EviTollBlicr JUNE FRANKFORT TIME TABLE TBAINK KAhT No 18 loaves No il2 leaves No JO No 24 Franhfoit Frankfort loaves Frankfort arrives Frankfort TBATHH 1001 n m in 50il p m i47 p 800 p m r4fi a m 815 a m 15 p m 450 p in Â¬ Â¬ WFRT No No No No S3 17 ai 1 leaves leaves loaves leaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Train No 21 and No 21 make connec tion for Cincinnati Nos 2it and 21 con nect at Anchorago for Shelbyville Lindsay Jndtc Wm Craddock and Col Lew Geo is E Harvitt addressed the people at the Court House on Monday last in the interest of the P G F Railroad Judge Lindsays speech was the longest of the three and went into an exhaustive statement in regard to the whole matter clearing away all matters of dobt and leaving the opponents of the road not a single foot of ground to To our mind after stand upon vone of Judge Lindsays plain un DO YOU Railroad Speaking varnished statements of the mat- Â¬ Wo cant give you that but we will give you the best ter it is useless t say anything The following gentlemen will further to a man of sound sense lOO in the city Gents Shoe for address the voters of Franklin LU0 He does not deal and discretion 2 00 county at the following times and in the arts of the demagogue but Ladies Kid Boot lor places in the interest of the Paris IOO appeals to the sober judgment of Georgetown and Frankfort Rail J his hearers in such a way that it OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION- The Union Labor Party of Ken- Â¬ road carries conviction with it in every At Benson depot Judge Wm tucky in session at Lagrange last instance to an unbiased mind IEI Lindsay Saturday June 25th at Judge Craddock nd Col Har Saturday nominated the following three oclock A large stock and prices to suit the times vie simply made a few remarks ticket At Peaks Mill Gen D W Governor A H Cardin of conirmatory of the statements Lindsey J no L Scott and L made by Judge Lindsay and urg Crittenden county 25th inj the people to awake to the Lieutenant Governor O N Hord Saturday June Wm Lind At Switzer Jude G H MASTIN J C MAKTIN possibilities of the future and Bradburn of Louisville Attorney General John P say and Frank Chinn Friday so favorably to grasp the situation June 24th presented in the proposition of our Newman of Campbell county At Farmdale Judge Alvin Du Treasurer Geo Smith of Hanroad DEALKKS IN- vail Saturday June 25th cock county If we could only persuade all of At Bald Knob Frank Chinn Farming implements Hem seeds Buggies wagons Auditor John McMurtry the people to hear these gentlemen Dr E E Hume Wm Cromwell make their arguments we have Lexington Superintendent Public Instruc- and Thos B Ford Saturday HARDWARE 1 JMuln St 0 AentTopth no do tbt ttere would be an almost unanimous vote for the subscrip- tion W H McBeth of Marion June 25th Gos Reapers county tion on July 6th A special train went from this Gelbted McOonnickHarvosting Land office Gano city to Richmond Ky on Tues Register The Courier Journal having pub- Henry of Christian county WE KEEP IN STOCK day last to convey the members of lished the report from their cor- Â¬ HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES Danville College has done a Canton Wildey No 3 Capital OLD respondent at Lexington to the effect that he had disposed of the handsome thing and honored her- Lodge No 6 and other Odd Fel- Â¬ Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes lows to that city to participate in charter of the Paris Georgetown self as well as the distinguished Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads Frankfort lailroad to the Louis- gentleman upon who she has con- the annual grand re union of the Hinder Twine and everything needed by Farmers Nashville R K Co Judge ferred the degree of LL D We order ville Among the many prominent Prices on nil implements guaranteed to be as low as same can be bought anywhere Wm Lindsay President of the P refer to the recent action of the G F R R Co immediately College in conferring that degree members present Judge W H JC the following card upon Chief Justice W S Pryor Holt- - of this city was deservedly published Those who went distinguished which speaks for itself Having known Judge Pryor for One of the Best Located Resi- Â¬ cit returned perfectly Any and all reports originating twenty years and seen his actions froin dences in South Frankfort VI J in Frankfort or Lexington or any hnth on and off the bench we are aeugniea wiui tl uteir trp miu luuu where eise that the Louisville It HALL FOK SALE DR W and mid tut OFFERScorner of Cioss HIS free to sav that he is one of the in their praises of the hospitality un the and Nashville Railroad Company or Slain streets The lot contains about two acres ablest and purest judges of whom of the Sood PeoPe and especially Is liiKood repair and the house there aie apple any one connected with its manage Â¬ peach and plum trees lu abundance upon the of the fraternity in that beautiful place two huge pits blocked with Marshal Nell ment has at interest in or has at Kentucky can boast ruses and a green house planted tilth loses and city tempted to secure an interest in heated with Ditchings Impiuved hot water You can go on a four days trip apparatus the chatter or the franchise of the Smoke the White Wing Cigar at Frankfort in search of a suitable place in LiConipto Carpenters Paris Georgetown J7 im Apply to Dlt WHHALL Feb 2Wy are utterly which to celebrate the Glorious1 Railroad Company ialse Such reports are intended Fourth this year as the General Now for the railroad Hj s to influence the people of Frank- Â¬ Passenger Agent of the Chesa- BUGGIES SURRYS HARNESS lin county in voting upon the ncake and Ohio route has issued ThTfTioolstein triesiInIulT pending proposition to subscribe MAKE THK SEVS0X OF 1887 AT MY rlUi aiH i wwiHHrrriicici VI farm two miles fYom Frankfort eu tlie b for 150000 of the capital stock instructions to all agents to sell EAULY OPPOSITE THE FARMERS BANK N It It at Jessies Netherland N Fraukfoit Ky Carriage work renalred unit O excursion tickets to all C Georgetown of the Paris CD j UUIN 25 TO INSURE A MAEE IN FOAL paintedHMai Apr and are stations July 2 3 4 good to reFrankfort Company VTILL HE PERMITTED TO SKKVE A MM- Money due as soon as of W started by parties hostile to that turn until July 5 at one fare for 18S7 utIted number un cows during the season ol the mare parted with the fact Is iiHeertiiluetl or my turui uwen turnpike one mile FARM FOR SALE proposition from Frankfort the round trip DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Aggie Jessies Netherlunil H F II B ol 1 Judge V Â¬ requires a band of music some one is sure to suggest that such ami such a band away from home be written to and engaged to fur nish the music Now friends this is all wrong We have a first class brass and string band right here at home With all due respect we think they can and do make first rate music We know their terms are more reasonable thai the other bands can afford to make We believe in patronizing home indus try and we enter our earnest protest against this slight being put upon our home talent They are our neighbors md friends and are clevor gentlemen and good musi ciuis And we may say further that no member of this band has ever opened his mouth to us in legard to this injustice and we but voice our own feeling and wc hope thp feeling of a large number in this community when wc say what we do We are glad Odd Fellows took to note that the oiir band with them to Richmond on Tuesday last and had every reason to be proud of the fact that it was a Frankfort band We are brought to say this by tie bringing of a band from another city to furnish the music at the reinterment of the immortal Hart and by other recent actions We have no of the same kind word to sav against these bands for they make good music but it is the principle that we contend for patronize home enttrpiise Â¬ Death of Blckerton Win ston Jr Â¬ Â¬ From a letter received by relaWAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A tives in this city the sad news is brought to us that Mr Btckerton Winston jr has passed out of the Vshadows into the eternal day beyond Mr Winston was the son of Bickerton Winston sr and Mary E Winston n e McClure late of And prices wero never so low Buyers have the advantage in our house of seeing so many goods before they buy and dont have to Logan count but now Kentucky take the choice between one or two things living near Fort Worth Texas T Wo show all sizes We lit a little fellow 4 years T P TT T Quite a number of years ago he 1 1 V 1 V J 11 1 1 VJ ld M the biggest tallest and shortest man in made a profession of religion and the country Prices from i00 to 2000 a suit united with the Baptist Church IN S HO KS We have all widths Stock fresh and clean and has since then lived a devoted 1IN IIATN Anything and everything for mon and boys earnest and Christian life Need -HjH ZFOIES we say more to tell how he died And we can sell lower than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy While scarcely necessary we will ORUTOHER STARKS state that when the last summons Main came it found him like a brave soldier of the cross ready W obey his Great Captains qrdrs He his loved ones to his bedcalled side and with loving wprcb of bade them cheer and comfort in the better landt and meet him with his arms around his faithful mothers neck his face aglow with the Saviors love and his eyes beaming with celestial fire he went gently away into the rest that remtineth forthe people of God Â¬ Â¬ WHITE HALL f y MAMMOTH STOCK Clothing Shoes Hats f c -A- BOTJG HT CSH Street Â¬ WANT THE EARTH HATS ATS HATS R K MCCLURE -- E V iw k Â¬ MASTIN BROS Me him Â¬ i Mm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J BAYWOOD FOR L 1 Ili 1 I 1 i Â¬ j IFOE Sf J Aie no Â¬ Pies P G Wm Lindsay H R Co M i tne aoutnern napiisc graduate There is a matter which we of have often thought of and intendlril of this ed to speak about when the proper at the time came We think that time YL is at hand TJie nattcr we allude capital Ldiy to is this whenever there is a the F um parade a hop or anything that Â¬ TO QUIT FARMING OX ACCOUNT HAYWOOD Is a beautiful buy 15 hands unit 3 Of 111 health I otter my farm of 103 acres Inches high with a flue black inane and tall and He Is of tine size and well formed and Is am show a 230 gult with only u few weeks hand lying on the Lawrenceburg pike three miles from known Ol ltl exwIlent condition Terms for the season ling Ills colts have already proven to be 1101 frrankfort for sale privately at a bargain only tine looking but trotters He Is the cheap J E PARHENT Rev Geo Wu nt time of service 5 L B MAR81ULL Seminary and son June 11 tf est horse ever stood In Franklin county tat Huy stallion HAYWOOD iSUindurd Hule 7 m- city was or- foiled 1881 Sired bv Harold sire of Maud 8 F Bagby 1 lain Nata by etc 20U Noontide Woodford Mumbrlno 22Ufc sire of AbbottHford dained as a Baptist minister I 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woodford son of 2ttl5 Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 216 May in Baptist Church Broadway 3 dam by thoroughbred sou of lm Queen 220 ESTABLISHED COAL every mon ported Sovereign 4 dam bred by the lute It A HAVING RECENTLY we tiro prepared toAfurnish lodge Nd 6 ttfifeTS Louisville on Wednesdav last Frankfort A exunder by Old St Lawrence cordially Invited night Visiting brothers Campbell Creek and other coal on short notice n g jah Bagby preached 10 cents per bushel Office or the present ut U Rev G W L COLLINS R wn j R Williams grocery where orders may be left Apriin tf ordination sermon April 9 3di May21 2m McDANIEL GAINES Rfr narry A ndu a rprpnr his raw whone record both forormilk andolbutter family 8 u8 good 8 that of any breed cattle No 807 tonics from two of the best families of 0 0 F 214 New Coal Firm 5 KKAlNKFOtfT FRANKFORT KOUNHAMUT JUNE 2r 1887 The alarm of fire on Friday night was occasioned by a small blaze in the penitentiary and was easily extinguished Col C E Hoge of the Mason Foard Company made the Salvation Army a present of one dozen new chairs lor use in their Main Â¬ street hall Prof T M Turner had roasting ears and cucumbers from his gar Â¬ The game of base ball between den on Saturday last the i8th The first of the season in the Main and St Clair street clubs inst came off Wednesday evqning in this section the presence of a meagre crowd Ground was broken on Thurs Â¬ The immense score 28 to 9 in day for a two story seven room favor of Main street deserves a The exposition will attract a frame residence for Mr W H better patronage especially as it vast number of visitors from the Posey on the corner of Third and was made in three innings Mr South who will look for displays Main streets South Side Lee Buckley catcher of the St of northern manufactures and maMr D J Hubbeil sr died at Clairs had a finger nail loosened chinery while victors from the in this city on pretty badly in the first inning North and East desirous of conliis residence Tuesday morning last in the 82d which seemed to put a damper on veniently acquainting themselves Dr J with the new condition of things year of his age We noted in our the St Clairs enthusiasm last his serious illness but did hot L Price and Mr Will Heffner in this section will naturally stop think the end was so near Mr lorded it over the kickers in first here and will expect to witness a The next time full exhibit of the resources proHubbeil was a quiet industrious rate fashion and honorable man and has gone Louisville wants an umpire she ducts and attractions qfthe South This combination ofthe material to reap the reward of an upright had better look this way interests of the North and South life Judge Montfort rendered a and this concourse of Northern The south boiler of the water- decision on Wednesday last and Southern people each inspired works was exploded on Monday which is of considerable import with a desire to learn what one evening the damage however ance to the owners of coffee- Â¬ has that the other wants promises It will be reThe repairs will be houses in this city is very slight to make the Southern Exposition so that the works can membered that warrants were the most successful exhibition yet completed The sworn out against a number of held by this famous institution run again by this afternoon dispatch to the Courier Journal is coffee house keepers for violating In order to accomplish the pur- Â¬ in error when it says that the new State revenue law in not pose of bringing as many persons entirely it will take two weeks to repair posting notice of intention to together as possible for the benefit apply to the proper authority for the damage of exhibitors the price of admis State licence before obtaining We would call attention to the license from the city to retail sion has been fixed at twenty five advertisement in this issue of the liquors There was an amend- cents without any reduction in dissolution of the firm of Wake- ment made to the city charter al- the interest and cost of the special field West Capt I T West lowing the City Clerk to collect attractions that have given to the retiring Mr J M Wakefield both State and city license re Southern Exposition the character v ill continue the business at the ceiving five per cent commission of being the moit enteitaining ex- Â¬ position in the country He deserves and no for collection and then authoriz- Â¬ old stand doubt will receive the continued ing said clerk to issue license The residence of Lot Duvall on the Kentucky river nine miles and increasing patronage of this without any further proceeding and other communities Judge Montfort decided that below this city with the furniture in same was destroyed by fire on The following is the score made the City Clerks license was good Friday inst Insured for law by the Spring Hill Shooting Club and that the cured amending the 800 in 17th city charter any failure to the Factors and Traders on Friday last at a possible 25 post notice c Insurance Company of New Or Blue Rock pigeons viz leans C F Exum Agent 20 O F Borry Mr Allan Lake the polite and K Taylor 22 Sam D lohiwm V Co will sell 20 R P Pepper jr 24 J L Price manager of the tele you a R Church 22 gentlemanly 2a J S Abrams hat from twenty cents up 10 R Morris 22 phone exchange in this city has S R Smith 4l 24 J C Mastin 22 E E Home been promoted to the position of Parasols at cost at Sam I John Â¬ This was an extraordinary score manager of the Lexington Ex son Co 40 The tie was shot off by Dr Hume change and will have charge ofthe Our stock of colored wool dress and Mr Pepper Pepper winning territory comprising the central goods at greatly reduced prices 6 and Hume 5 out of 6 birds 40 Sam 1 Johnson Co portion of the State with head m Mistin Bros keep the best machine It is probable that Willis Ringo quarters at Lexington Miss Mag oil 40 Price 50 cents per gallon Assistant Clerk of the last Legis gie Newman will still have charge A job lot of 12 4 white quilts very lature will be a candidate for of the switch board at the exchange Sam 1 Johnson Co Clerk next winter If he does but an inspector will be sent here to cheap 40 announce himself it will be difficult He is thoroughly look after the instruments We are defeat him to I just purchased a large stock of Louisville glad to know that Mr Lake is ap- silks and will oiler them at very low sober and capable preciated by his company but re prices Call and see them Every Commercial We clip the above from the gret to know that he will be with yard guaranteed at A Harris St 39 Commercial simply to add our us but little in the future as by Clair street accommoWhite dres tlanaels tricots and testimony to the high estimation his uniformly polite and dating disposition he has made sponge cloths at Sam D Johnson in which Capt Ringo is held in 30 He has Co this community and by all who many friends in this city endeavored to convince his com Laces Laces II Laces know him pany of their unwise course in putThere are certain of our young ting up the rent ofthe instruments Medicia Torchon Val Chantilla Antique and the largest assorted stock people who attend entertainments in this city and has at last suc- of Hamburgs just received at A Har i at the Opera House in our city ceeded in getting them to fix a ris1 St Clair street who would do well to stop and re- - rate of S4 50 per month for busi Â¬ Trimmed and untrimmed bonnets fleet upon the course they are ness houses and S3 50 per month and hats at greatly reduced prices pursuing It is an old and home lor residences payable quarterly i Sam 1 Johnson it Co ly saying tlut you can always tell in advance Fok Sailor Hats Sailor hats at the raising of a young person by We learn since writing the above 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair the way they behave in public that the present owners are a com- - street a We hope that none of young peo- Â¬ pany from Nashville Tenn and Sam I Johnson Co keep a full ple would willingly reflect upon they are the ones who have reduc- line of P 1 and Thompsons Glove 30 their parents by their conduct at ed the rate The service will now Fitting Corsets the Hall They seem however be made as perfect as possible and Remember we will sell you any to be perfectly oblivious to every they hope to have many new sub- - parasol in our store at cost Wkitzkl w at thing but their own sweet selves scribers ODonnkll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ laugh or Riggle if young ladies and jstamp snicker make audible remarks scuffle and snort if young men utterly blind and deaf to the lact that they are annoying to and de stroying the pleasure of those who go to the Hall to enjoy the pcr pcrformance The fact is tney prove to be a general nuisance that ought to be abated either by their learning to behave them- Â¬ selves or by some one teaching them Vctbum Sap They talk The Southern Exposition OPENS AUGUST 27TH CLOSES OCTO FRANKFORT TOEacaiT HlR 22D s -- MARBLE OF- G3iB3srasr proprietor - WORKS The Southern Exposition will be held at Louisville Ky this year under exceptionally favorable conditions The attention of the world is directed to the extraordinary development of the New South which has created new de mands and new opportunities and presented an almost new field for capital industry and enterprise The Southern Exposition will fully illustrate the resources and needs of this section on a grand scale The exhibition will be held at the most favorable season ofthe year and on a convenient location with in the city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DKALKR IN AND MANUKAOTtUKR ITALIAN MARBLEKRANITE MONUMENTS RUSTIC TABLETS tion All kindi of stone work promptly HEADSTONES Estimate furnished on applica- - Correspondence solicited attended to 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY April 2 3m Do not fail to examine my stock of Fok Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ hosiery before buying elsewhere Re lows Temple now occupied hy member the place A Hakims Sam I Johnson Co Possession St Clair Street vi given June 1st 1887 Apply to Cull and see bargain- Â¬ goods at Sam 1 the Johnson m in white A-- Cos K A Fjmmkk Wh Corporate Com in itfee Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Parasols and fans in all shades and man k Gavles 4 tf styles at very low prices at A Harris i m The Ileywood is the best baby car St Clair street 39 m riage made Forsalebyll Rogers My corsets for 4o cents can not be beat in the world for the price Call Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 and see them at A Harris St Clair West Jefferson street Louisville street 39 Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid ty 30 Sin gloves hosiery and collars and cuffs Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R Sam 1 Johnson Co Rogers they are the best in the In my dress goods stock you will market 32 find some of the choicest materials in MATi EKNS best Photographs all shades and patterns Therefore ii nil sizes ruined to half price you wish to purchase examine my stock before going elewhere Re Â¬ R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ member the place A Harris St age manufactured the Heywood Clair street 30 32 I Â¬ UIJonnkll ANoun elevator for sale Apply My white goods stock consists of as above Juclea linen mulls French nainsook in plaids and stripes of every design Fok Sale A good second hand from the foreign looms You will piano for sale at a bargain Apply at And prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ this office iMf ris St Clair street 30 C V H Fined will sell you a Call and look at our large and cheap nice sweet ham low 30 tf line of white goods Wkitzkl 30 3t Try theeelebrated Eureka Springs if Not wishing to carry any stock The Heywood baby carriage the over for fall I offer to the public best made for sale at R Rogers 32 my entire stock of dry goods no- Â¬ tions and millinery at such reduced Sheriffs Notice rates tnat will a uarantee satisfac- Â¬ The tax books for Franklin tion Therefore it will be to your interest to come and examine my county are now in my hands and all persons are notified to come stock and be convinced forward and settle their taxes for A HARRIS St Olair Street the year 1887 The new revenue 39 We have 0 dozen seamless pin law requires me to collect and pay stripe hose which we will sell at log over the revenue to the State becents per pair Wkitzkl ODon fore the first day of September next and all not paid by that time 39 3t nkll will have six per cent and costs LOOK added as a penalty J VV Gaines Sheriff fresh lot of syrup of figs just re Â¬ A Frankfokt Kw April 21 ceived at Lecompte fc Carpenters Â¬ Â¬ mm South Side 39 1SS7 33 Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn You can buy a paraol for cost at Mower the best in the world from Weitzel it Donnells 3 3t Mastin Bros 30 Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ eases mailed free For elegant Imth and The Swift Specific Co Drawer 3 Atlanta ia carriage - sponges juiyle Vote for the railroad Chapman tf try Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Place your farms and town lots for Blood Orange Emo ons Ginger suit- with Win P Scott He will Ale and Drennou Water constantly advertise them thoroughly tf on tap at W L Jetts South Side 40 Fok Rknt House with six rooms an a kitchen stable on the premises A Singer Mwiug machine given iway with oap at W L Jetts near City School Apply to Dr S E Jnme 33 Oreshams old stand 40 Mastin Hro sole agents for Ken Â¬ Orders for Dvuuon ater received tucky River Mills hemp hinder at W L lett i Side 4 I 1 Â¬ selling at low figures twine 3 Foil Rknt A twKstory frame machines of o R Crutcher iV Ce residence with five rooms and cellar 3 on the corner of Logan and Campbell Sam D joan vdi vc v u nave a job streets Gas in the house and water lot of 11 white quilts that they are in the yard Apply to W C Hern Buy your binding twine for reaping 31 South Â¬ don Â¬ For hats and bonnet A Harris Emporium is headquarters 30 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Syrup Figs We have just received 0 dozen Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ white shirts which we will sell at 021 nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cull and see them at Weitzel Cal is Natures Own True cents Laxa Â¬ AODonnells iMMlt tive It is the most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes remedy known to cleanse the system teeth without plates and gold crowns when bilious or costive to dispel on roots a spec ilty No 723 West headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion Jefferson street Louisville Ky etc For sale in flu cent and 100 30 3m bottles by Chapmun Gayle tf For Scotch gingham- sittecn bat Â¬ iste and lawns call at A Harris St Clair street 30 All goods in our millinery depart Â¬ ment at reduced prices 30 Sam 1 Johnson Co bar Caatorla When slio wm a Chilil sbn cried for astoria When she became Mls ahe citing to Cattoria When the had Children iue gave them Gaatoria When Baby was sick we gre of c Balrl Knob Mr las Sanlord was a guest Mrs flattery last Sunday Maj Jas Young will shortly wed one of our most charming young ladies Henry Rodgers is using his best endeavors to defeat the railroad Sorry proposition There is a lady on Flat Creek who is retailing kisses at a dollar each If you doubt ask any of i officials who have sown more dis- - of the office to which the bhoys Frank Chinn will address the citizens on the railroad proposition at Bald Knob school house today Let us all turn out at 2 oclock side of the case and hear his Mr Jas Harrod the gifted lo gician and talented orator of Shel- bv countv made a most terrihe effort against the railroad proposi- Â¬ tion at uur school house last Satur day Dr Robinson is on the rampage Spect he against the railroad will successfully answer Judge Fact is Lindsay when he comes the Dr stands right square on principle and dont want his grandchildren to be a cussin great of him all their lives correspondent able Your Jumoo has accepted the public school at Sheep Pen near Bridgeport and will hereafter be found trying to shoot the young idea Jumbo is unusually fierce in his opposition to the railroad yet nevertheless we regret to lose him from our midst Vote as your pocket points and as a jus pride in your native county and State ought to point and that is toward making Frank fort a better market by bringing another railroad and many more big manufacturing establishments to what would then be and not 1 11 then the permanent capital of Â¬ cord among the people than any other class These are men whom the people hae elcvaedand who have been using the people s taxes and nothing else to live on for lo these many years We hear tnat Judge So and so says if they do vote this tax the That convicts will build it Frankfort has gotten its growth and all the railroads will not do Now we out her anv good here consider all this talk and pre thin very opposition tended It is only to transparent indeed catch the vote of Bald Knob in their next race Possibly by that time they may hear something drop The cry may be raised for rotation in office My clear friends my advice to you is to lay low and keep cool M the peop e elected them cx jusice and then ask for a supervisors place The game and fish law need trouble no one Al offenders can be punished Just get some one to swear that a certain rabbit or fish is their property well ki own by certain marks the remedy is simple The pauper remedy is still more simple Just listen to Alderman Mr McGonigal of N Y city Chairman buv Blackwells Island Send the paupers there and let them raise lugs for themselves and the other city charities and when they have lived as long as the can throw them into the heg pens ill let them be eat up out ol the 1 dition to their rink- - from this vt 1 ige With the city infantry and the county cavalry all there is needed is heavy artillery to batter down the battlements of sin over which the Armv can charge in b tttallion to secure the surrender of the satanic hosts Pea Ridge Sunday school has received an invitation to a basket pic nic to be held on the grounds Such courte of Franklin Church sies and kindness are never forgotten ana do so much to cement the people in the bonds of friend Thanks Pea Ridge will ship be there and bring a basket along In Compare this with your purchase r s s vM mFT MnT mrt Jl i DYSPEPSIA IS His fncmU tnclnvs f Paul Scarron lie invited way Each fiitrs brought hi dish And the feast was uniteuY N S Pea Ridge Weather warm Harvesting in progress The man who has no opinion on the railroad has left here The Ridge heard Judge Lindsay He last Monday with pleasure only made one nrstake He said he did not know any thing about railroading Retract Benson we both have unfinished We cannot depend on our pikes own magistrates to furnish them We depend on the city magis trates They never have failed us They stood by us when we were treacherously deserted by those who should have served us Who ever heard of the city magistrates going back on any county im provement They now want to improve Frankfort Let us help them and so return their favors Rumor has it that acting under orders from V ashington the most rgid economy will prevail during the term of our magistrates in this Bridgeport precinct It will pay the property owners of the county to raise Sio 030 to defeat the railroad ques tion Try it If it did not pay it would be most intensely inter esting to see those who object to paying 13 cents forming a Sioooo fund of corruption Whichever way the railroad question is dis posed of purity will prevail because those who refuse to vote a tax on their neighbor will not at tempt to bribe him Where is the other juror said the Judge Please your honor Ive g t twelve reasons why he aint here In the first siid a fellow juror place he died suddenly last night and in the next Thats a good reason sir said the Judge never mind the other eleven Those who favor the raiiroad give as their reason for it it will benefit the county and they stand by it The anti railroad people have at least a dozen thousand reasons If one dont fit another will But they never have said it will injure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky were highly elated to be present at Antioch Church last Sunday and hear Napoleon Bona parte Smith Clrrk ot the County Court and Capt William Bryant President of the Frankfort St Johns Jacksonville turnpike road bloviate in opposition to the railTheir arguments road scheme unanswerable were Do you want the Capital re moved and grass to grow in the streets of our county town and the price of real estate and of all other kinds of property to go clou n to nothing or next to nothing Then vote against the railroad Thats the quickest way to impoverish yourself and all your neighbors known among men Judge Wm Lindsay and others will address the people on the railroad subject at Flat Creek school house July ist at 7 oclock at Bald Knob school at 2 p m July 2d at Wakefield school on Stoney Creek at J oclock July 2d Let us all go and hear the other side of the story Let us not condemn them without giving them a hearing The county officer who in this enlightened age ana in the center of this garden spot of the new world said a few days ago that Frankfort and Franklin county ouiiht not to have and never would has never have but one railroad He been able to speak since will have to undergo a change of heart before the padlock is taKen off his antedeluvian lips We Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But that wouldnt Chairman be right Alderman McGonigal I would like to know the reason I remember when a it wouldnt sailor fell overboard and was ea up by a shark that his comradt said it aint the nicest thing in the w orld to be eat up by a shark but it lias one advantage it saves Thats the expense of a faneral what I am after to save funera expenses and if its right Mr Chairman for the paupers to eat the citys hogs it cant be wiong for the hogs to eat the city I am for economy sir paupers simplicity and democracy The convict labor system has I not one friend on the Ridge is an infamous system that drives out citizens to make room for criminals If the railroad directors could give a positive guarantee that convicts should not work on the road it would increase the Let us make the road a vote certainty first before we quarrel in the presence of the enemy about the labor employed in its con- Â¬ struction Benson Bridgeport and Pea Ridge how do you make a living By ork Then please dont op pose 150000 being spent in this county for labor and material Just think about the matter seri ously 150000 to be divided among working men of the county Dont you see what a pic nic it is if you will only say yes Return yc ransomed sinners lion e A rcyal repast is spread Several city friends speaking to the Ridge correspondent spoke about Bridgeport being solid This is a igainst the railroad Pea Ridge votes at nistake Bridgeport and will furnish a very pleasant surprise for the friends of Gettysburg was not de the road cided until the charge of the Hancock corps and the result a Bridgeport is not decided until the Pea Ridge vote is cast and recorded The Secretary am instructed to notify the people that the club Bro believes in the dirt road President Lime Kiln Gardner Club Â¬ RESTLESSNESS A STRICTLY VIOtTABll MULTLtlS FAMILY MtDICINl Kg B r amnv sa PHILADELPHIA Prica OH E Dollar H i 1 Â¬ B Hp Â¬ A you value health perhaps life examine each package and be sure you get the Genuine See the red Z Trade Mark and the full title oa rant of Wrapper and on the aide signature the seal andabove fac- - of Co as in the Is no other genuine simile Remember there Simmons Iilvcr Regulator J H Zellln A Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE m O I O Ky F to Richmond and Return Canton Wildey No 6 with a few members from the subordinate lodge left Frankfort in a special car Tuesday morning After a delightful ride through the fine blue grass country and the many tunnels we arrived a in safely at Richmond at We were1 met by a large body ol Odd Fellows citizens and soldiers and escorted to the opera house after vhich we were formed into procession and paraded the prinuntil a delightful cipal streets shower laid the dust and copied the air which was heartily welWe were then marched comed to the fair ground where sorm participated in dancing and others looked on at the horse race After dinner which was most we then bountifully supplied back to the city and sp nt went the time in talking and listening to the sweet strains of music from Finally we were four fine bands safe aboard of the train thinking of home sweet home but alas when we got to Lexington our train had flown and we camped on the side track for the night Â¬ OHIO CAPITAL HOTEI IN FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 30 1S87 FILES BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING One 1000 Thousand Dollars Cured absolutely given to suilerer or a ty cliarlty he may tUblgiutte uny case of PHt s I cannot cure by the liilNK tor EUH0FF SYSTEM 1 1 Â¬ NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE Oil NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED 1 Â¬ FISTULA 1IN Is cured FISt UK KS ULCERATION A NO Cured without cutting or tearing CATARRH Of the bowel cured Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu larly for nearly three years and the inauv cures iu nas made among the wealthy and Influential dtlzensure sufficient evidence of his success It Is now a well established fact that many dis Â¬ eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER REFERENCES H McClure Frankfort Ky Col D L Sublett Eraukfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky J H McKenzle YerMiMles Ky A There are sure to be some ers kick- Â¬ Â¬ us do it when we can get it done for us and be sides while it aint our funeral what matter who is riding in the Dont let the county When our Sage visited the President a short time ago and saw him trotting about the White House barefooted the President said in answer to questions that Â¬ There is a right smart sprinkling of our neighbors for the railroad tax Here are some of the names of the men who favor it Flem Mahoney Geo V Harrod Sam N Moore Lem Wentworth Dennis Gordon George Moore Newton Harrod Hoi Poole Riley Clarke John Harrod O B Pols grove Eli McDaniel and many others who have not yet expressed themselves The most formidable opponents of the railroad are men right in Fjankfort and foremost among thtm are somerf of the county NEW PLANINU MILL Communicated terested that will like it At the urgent solicitation of We cant Master of hounds Mr George E for certain that the foxes many friends know M Frazer has consented to make the dont like it Continue as before race for Representative at the Havingrecently added to bis Eitablishment Queen coming election as an independent and take good care of the dogs candidate and will address the First ClRSS Planing Mill The piety of the Ridge is too citizens of Frankfort and Franklin Is dow prepared to furnish all kinds of well known to need comment county on Monday July 4th at Last Sunday morning Bro Roberts the Court house at three p m offkers appointed whether pauper preached then Sunday school in Mr Frazer has been a strong Sash Doors BUndsFramosf Moldiog sjpervisors pike commissioners the evening followed by service Democrat and if elected will be He or U S Senators The people at which Mr Tyler Utterbackl an honor to his constituents ALSO have to pay them then why not preached ana then there was is an earnest advocate of the mourning in hot haste the steed Paris Frankfort and Georgetown let the people elect them Scroll Work Stair Work Turning Field Marshal Tracy and Gen to attend the Salvation Army at Railroad and will use his extenArmy sive influence for its completion The Salvation Carr would no make good officers night Gotten out In the best style Lauorek but let them discharge the duties have already received quite an ad Â¬ he always turned himself bare- footed during the hot weather not only to save his shoes till cold weather but to prevent the wear and tear of the White House carpets with his number 12 pegged soled brogans Thus securing economy in the public sercice He further stated that he always went to bed in the dark because it saved a candle Sorry to disagree v ith the gencorrespondent tlemanly from Harp but the Ridge does not like Â¬ front wagon A very nice chivalrous gentleman who is a tax payer on out scalp told the writer that he should vote against the tax because the rich land owners might not like it and that he did not think he had the right to vote a tax on his neighbor How does he know that his neighbor dont He always travels on the like it railroad to other cities And while it might not look quite right to tax a neighbor it cant be wrong for a man to vote a tax on himself I shall not keep a Queen pack of hounds for ok hunting any longer it is cruel sport Master of hounds speaking for Cruel it cauc be 800 salary cruel or your father would not have sanctioned the sport so many Besides the ladies and years gentlemen likelt and we know the horses like it and we know the dogs like it and Well any one else in Queen Â¬ Â¬ FEIDA13 AND 8ATUEDAYS Mrs Mrs Annie Wollerman Pamphlets describing diseases and J B Heffner Mrs Lizzie Wal mode of treatment sent these to any one by thla ad- free Mrs Mattie Williams dressing cutt and were the chaperones for the boys W I KELLEY M D Horner sat in the corner 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 Jack was thei e US CONSULTATION FREE -- fc Ma Ma is Dec 26 ly notes DR KELLEVS olllce and residence is at 87 West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week EXCEPT A J Reed of Richmond a hustler Connie couldnt tear himself away SALE FARM FOR Oh ma ma could be heard from Frankfort to Richmond and IVILL SELL ON JULY THE 9T1I 1887 AT 10 A M on the premises the Collins farm sit Â¬ return uated nine miles northeast or Frankfort near the It Chas McEnnes and G Ed Peaks Mill pikeSEVENcontains ONE HUNDRFD AND TWENTY ACHES all in grass and abundant water a good house of seven rooms Marshall attended the picnic spring house buggy house a flue barn and 200j on Also twenty seven head Col T rt Ford was christened fruit treesfllty the place stock hogs seven head of of cattle head of horses a variety of fowls a lot of oats a good grandpa all the way through buggy wagons farming Implements household and kitchen furniture Easy Our band has improved in their tlon apply to C E COLLINS terms For lnformaURO Friikfort ny June 11 td L A O music wonderfully m Franklin County J WAKEFIELD Â¬ fliifirfftLWti Jw irrtrtiifr Ufe m T Forks of Elkhorn Miss Murphy lias returned Hiome after a visit to Louisville Miss Mattie Robb visited Miss iMurphy last week Miss Beulah Stone is visiting Mrs Mart South Miss Bcttie Odon and Mrs Smith of Cynthiana were at Mrs Ryland Bedfords last week Miss Lelia Taylors health is 1974750 This enchanting suburb of the 1918412 am Boston Capital City was suddenly thrown 1810273 Hartford 1551953 St Louis into an ecstacy of excitement on AMERICAN CENTRAL 1172793 Germany 1023591 last Tuesday the 21st inst by 10J265503 two accomplished and beautiful others the appearance of a dashing young young ladies of Lexington are Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING and handsome couple from AnderVote for the railroad June 18 ly visiting Miss Annie Wood son county bent on committing matrimony The groom boasted Mr E H Trabue and wife of Bridgeport the cognomen of Robert L Miz Louisville were at Mrs Murphys tier and the bride that of Minnie Still dry last week Redmon Wheat harvest finished Hon Jas W Tate and wife The Rev T N Arnold was of Franklort were at the rainbow called in at the residence of Mr O Li Oats will be a full crop x t9 MVMS USTANU Second Street South SlriP party Job Smith to tie the nuptial Sam Parrent claims to have the 33 knot and then all went merry as April 30 2m No convicts will be worked on boss water melon patch a marriage bell The blissful So says Judge the railroad The Feather Renovating com- Â¬ couple departed on the 2 p m Womans Veracity Lindsay TlBNPJKE NOTICE pany left this week for New Lib- train amid a shower of benedic- Â¬ It is the opinion of theologians We are informed by reliable erty Owen county We recom- tions smiles kisses rejoicings and lawyers and judges that as a 1 stockholders of the St MEETING OF THE 2EA Frankfort authority that when- Â¬ mend those gentlemen v lie Turnpike held at the Johns and Jackson Messrs and waiving of handkerchiefs rule women are truthful store of k LGrh Hence stead in Belle goes to Louis- Â¬ Reib and Keith and their families ever Mr M on July 9 the public rightfully attaches great for the election Point boardSaturday directors 1887 of a of hve By ville he registers his name as as in every way worthy the confiEducational value to the testimony of a lady as June 25 2t President General M dence and patronage of all I would call the attention of the to the effect of medicine Mr Steve Black has been on Success Johnnies Mrs Mask is the wife of one of teachers of the county to the fol- Â¬ the sick list this week the most prosperous and intelliOwing to the busy season but lowing LUMBER FIRM OF WAKEFIELD gent farmers of Alcora county THE Mr Cox gave a humorous few of our citizens are in attendLouisville Kw June 15 1887 iinsktFrankorthsbeJ ilrin solved and goes out or the James JI Wakelleld address at the party on the way ance at circuit court this week It affords the undersigned Miss Edward Mask After suffer I101 will conduct the business s heretofore ing two years with an ulcer that the hPuone liUtlwlzcd to collect debts due and Alex Messrs Waller Lewis pay ail its debts In making Miss Anna Bell Crockett has pleasure to state to the teachers first been much indisposed for a week of the City of Louisville and the covered her left leg from the knee this announcement James M delivered their Macklin hlstliak tothepuWlS tofthSTihir111 speech at school The subject of past Iifl1trolae extended heretofore State of Kentucky that arrange to the foot recently she has been iVwi InMn contlIuue of Iuoc commence Read what cured her and patronage Mr Macklin was said to be The ments have been made by which cured MES M WAKEFIELD Masters Hewitt and Will Jenkins they can attend both the State Gift P O Miss Feb 16 Horse that of Mr Lewis The June 231m 87 of Louisville are visiting their Teachers Association to be held Gentlemen A year ago last Boy Stood on the Burning Deck grand parents in this vicinity FARM FOR SALE in Louisville July 6 7 8 and fall a sore broke out on my left Miss Bettie Macklin is on a leg below the knee AT A Mrs J H Keith made a visit the National Teachers AssociaIt begun to visit to her sister Mrs Burb tion to be held in Chicago July spread and run until my whole to Shelbyville last week Blackburn ci- 3sr This continued 12 13 15 at the following leg was covered 14 Mr Dallas Grigsby of Texas Mr L W Sullivan of Kansas until last fall when I began to piIE FARM OF THE LATE JAS M LEWIS railroad rates m City Mo visited Mr G G paid a visit to relatives in this Frankfort take Swift Specific The physician and TSonVMlK turnpike lying onU themiles from Creek State Teachers Association aboSt town this week trankfort There Is a good house containing Thompson at Stedmanville last from any point in Kentucky to told me it would take about one rooi- on the premises also all Tuesday week outbuildings Regular servivces at Bridgeport Louisville one fair round trip dozen bottles but when I had yard and an a good well and clsten necessary In the abundance of stock water on the 1 1 rami about of National Teachers Association finished two bottles mv leg was the balance well the land Is well set In grass and Mrs G C Hughes and Mrs Christian Church to morrow at There Is also a While I suffered I also rood apple orchard timberedplace from Louisville to Chicago and well on the Petty visited Mrs Stone near the oclock a m tor turther information call on the premises had chills regularly These too or to Jeff Lewis In Bellepolnt Tiver last week The greater the efforts you exert return nine dollars disappeared when the ulcer was Jue 18 lm JEFF LEWIS Tickets on sale from July 5th Mr C H Parrent of Bridge- to please in some cases the less I am truly grateful for healed up to 12th inclusive good for passage visited our village last you succeed port gjing from July 6th to 13th in- Â¬ the benefit I received from S S Grocery and Bar Room Wednesday Judge Wm Lindsay addressed clusive and good for passage re- S and both myself and husband Miss Nellie Woodruff who is the citizens of this vicinity last turning from July 15th to 18th in- talk up your medicine to all our FOR SALE visiting Miss Annie Wood met Saturday on the railroad question clusive friends with an accident last Tuesday The Judge is an ardent advocate Mrs Cordelia S Mask W H Bartholomew morning by falling down a pair of the road His arguments were Pus Elementmy Dcpt N E A DESIRING TO CLOSE OUT MY BUSINESS I entire stock of groceries and liquors of steps which dislocated her full of sound reason clearly demN B Tickets must be Tlie Fiend Dyspepsia Exor Â¬ tn out by that ankle She was attended by Dr onstrating the necessity for the stamped by the Secretary of the cised same Thompson and is at present doing PAFUUS National Educational Association Jesup Ga March 13 1887 June t2t very well Miss Ida Crockett has returned before they will be honored for reGentlemen I had a severe case of dyspepsia eveial years ago Mrs Combs and Miss Lawler home from a visit to relatives in turn passage My blood was impoverished and Co Supt of Monterey Owen county and New Albany Indiana HOUSES AND LOTS m my health was so poor that I was AithirSttfreetniatloLousvnsFRONTING ON Miss Lucas of Woodford were Turnpike In Messrs Kendrick Wade of We guarantee it to wash all greatly reduced in us follows weight I took V TLW uous8 anil lot now occupied by S C Bull visiting Mrs Mace Lucas last Rippyville and Ryal Wade of goods from the finest lace to the Aveek Georgetown looked in on us a coarsest carpets perfectly clean a course of S S S which brought Subletts lotU5UUl 0t rth 0t ulnrtJS Co1 The vacant lot adjoining the last named lot me around all right My appetite Mr Ben Sullivan has arrived few days since La improved and my digestion tor particulars Inquire or Dr Sam James or without rubbing or boiling be JOHN B L1NDSEY 3iome May 282m Mr Jas W Harrod has return- bor and money saved and a days came perfect My weight in wash done in two hours by using The rainbow party given by ed home from a business trip to the ladies friend clothes washer creased about forty pounds and NEW TRANSFER LINE to day I am a well and sound man the ladies of Providence Church Georgetown Church Sold only by Gray thanks to your valuable blood passenger Mr Wm Scofield still remains at Woodlake last Friday evening and valise or satchel 25 cents 1 passengegand purifier S S S Yours truly trunk 35 cents was a decided succsss both social very sick m 1 passenger and 2 trunks 50 cents M V SURkENCV 2 passengers and 1 trunk ly and financially The large hall cents Beginning on the first Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Jackson re 2 passengers and 2 trunks O cents Treatise on Blood and Skin Children 5 years old and under It had been tastefully decorated for main about as last reported win quite in July W B Lucketts omnibus Diseases mailed free j cents in addition to above Where be charged the occasion and now flooded feeble though able to be about a there are several children charges will be reuMimible will make two trips to the Ceme Baggage will be transferred In wagon with light from numerous lamps little The Swif i Speci fic Co Hs hlng parties picnics Ac will receive prompt tery every Sunday afternoon leav Â¬ Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga presented a most attractive apattention at reasonable rates Mrs Charlie Mayhe is very ing the corner of St Clair and J tiAiMm5rbeleft Drug Telephone Exchange pearance An arch representing llallorurs store Blue Wing Of lice and A II Waggoners Grocery Store ou the colors of the rainbow spanned much better oclock Main streets at and Broadway Old fellow Hello Whats one end of the room and immeW B LCCKETT The mumps have taken a new The charge for a ride up and back I never Telephone 81 the matter with you diately under its center stood a lease on this vicinity OleMiii iy be left at Telephone Exchange will be reasonable and all who saw anyone fleshen up like you from which beautiful strains harp Mrs Mary Jenkins lost a sucking wish to visit the City of the Dead have done of music were shortly evolved IEZ 2v calf a few days since As there on Sunday can do so at small cost Thats easy enough told old Flowers adorned the walls and is no probability of its having I have been having a good T HAVE boy graced the tables while young CONCLUDED TO TAKE A FEW 1 boarders for the summer strayed the opinion is that it has June 1st Hot or cold once every week time eating beef and other good a limited number will ilnd Kbeginningdelightful Jadies arrayed in beautiful cosM I a been stolen the summer months comes wash day Why wear the meats furnished by that clever fel place to spend per day tumes attended the wants of the Prices 100 or 500 Tell you prices for families Address per week Special welcoming everybody visitors Mr Benj Hieatt and wife of body and soul out of your wife or low Mack Salyers H T P ALLEN visited relatives in daughter by making them use an what is the fact he dont make and making everybody comfort- Jacksonville Farmdale Ky able and happy The whole occa- Â¬ this vicinity the first of the week old wash board when you can very much fuss and brag about save them time labor and money selling so awful cheap but he FOR RENT OR LEASE sion in fact was one of bewilder- Â¬ Mr R S Kinghead of Arkan by using the guaranteed clothes goes right along selling the best ing beauty and enjoyment and all sas was in this neighborhood last DWELLING NOW article at the lowest rate Sold only by Gray washer And VHE the undersignedHOUSE containsOCCUPIED went away satisfied with the way Tuesday and Wednesday which 14 rooms i by It Is a first rate house for u small hotel or boarding thats whats the matter with me- house It Is one of the best locations In the city Church 41 in which the evening had been for such puriwse The furniture and cariwts of spent The special features of True worth and merit are se4i 3t said rooms can be purchased or other arrange Â¬ ments can be made Will require no cash for the ldomif ever appreciated until it is Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati the evening were an apron sewing rental Apply to JOHN HALY will be in our city on Saturday June 11 lt elocutionary recitations by Miss too late 50 REWARD Woodruff addresses by Rev Mr Miss Ruth Sargent has returned next July 2 at the Capital Hotel FOR SALE Cox of Georgetown music by home from an extended visit to His many patients here should N WEDNESDAY NIGHT JUNE 15TH A bluck horse four Tears old nhnnt in humu Mrs to say nothing of her sister Mrs Annie Jenkins remember this high with one white hind foot wan stolen from my farm near Midway I will pay u reward of the delicious ices cakes and sub Louisville ON ST ONE STORE ROOM shoe store CLAIR STREET 50 for the return of the mure mid the apprehen to McClures and known as the stantials served to the guests conviction of the thief sion and BORN Boston Shoe Store One Saloon and Billiard Boon Misses Mary Johnson and Ber LISTER WITHERSPOON adjoining the above store und now occupied by A Midway Ky On Friday Juno 17 Uura Term eia Aiplyto IOHN HALY It is acknowledged all over the nice Jenkins of Louisville will Norwood U SOU HONOHtoSthe wife of Capt A B June 25 1 1 POWKLL JunelMt improving Misses Heppard and Moore of Georgetown were at the rainbow party Misses Woodruff and Morton county that the P G F rail- Â¬ road would be of immense benefit to Frankfort and the Forks of Elkhorn precinct Yet a great many will refuse to vote for it for fear it will not directly profit that particular locality in which they happen to reside This smacks so much of selfishness that no liberal minded man should allow it to influence him in casting his vote This precinct has always cheerfully submitted to any meas ures looking to the improvement of any part of the county no mat- Â¬ ter how remote and it is nothing but just and right that the same liberality shouid nov be shown her that she has manifehted to Â¬ arrive in this vicinity to day where they will remain some time visiting friends and relatives Quite an excitement was created in our village last Wednesday even ing in conseauence of the suonoserl loss of little Lizzie Jackson After dilligent search however she came up all right Â¬ JACOB HWMKRT Y V ORAY JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F C CO Hughes GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY Loudon 30652196 15713840 121379fX Miss Fmma Jenkins who has been quite sick for a week past is convalescing Bellepolnt NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION LANCASHIRE PIIENIX HARTFORD CONNECTICUT AMERICAN SKf Representing the following Staunch Companies 8925740 8805370 48538X7 f JVKUPOOI AND LONDON GLOBE Manchester Hnrtford Hnrtford Philadelphia Brooklyn 4910483 47543t2 kotonf Â¬ BENSON IGR 21 ISTIOOXj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Disscca TioBr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s l ie - a 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inVw Â¬ TF H FURSALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 51 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BjMj 8 FRANKFORT ROUNDAIiOUT company from anywhere contiols or runs it Everv county has its airector it will be Diult run NOTICE NOTIFIED THK PUBLIC IS HEREBYAtMIe Garrett TIIATI admin 1 have Inn wlit from Mr Istnitrlx of K WhlttbUks deceased his entire Intel est In the P LIGHT E OLAASSBN and controled by them and by them alone just as our turnpikes liiiitor Routdabout are ccntroled but I think upon There arc a preat manv who more business like principles Il sav they are opposed to taxation the counties through which it 1 nave ueim rins yotc tho tax thc road wi1 bc irom principle all my life but never thought contaclod to bu buit bv thu this nvcn atxnt it unui very recently irrtirs n il v rv lowost nosi 1 1 hate studied this principle with bc riccno mjdlife man Cimin much care and to save my Wejnto gobble up the subscription I cannot see how a man can be iJcsIjeS cVcry dollar - to no er rpo voted goes iuII i1vmiUuv rl- and ote at all when there are building of tne road taxes in everything he votes for I his enterprse is gotten up by I know i look at all these men the citizens of Frankfort and them all They never fail to vote Franklort alone The directors Now why do are men belonging to Franklort at every election yon do this if you speak the every one of whom never expects Practice what you pnach truth to make one dollar or even one you do your preaching is cent except in a general way as Unless no one will be- the town and county generally all for naught Tell the truth if it may be benefited by luuing the lieve you kills and say 1 am for all taxes road luture trade and traffic just at this time but railroad taxes When the tax is voted all along I am for taxes for turnpikes il the road in the different counties they come by my place if not I contracts will be made fur the am opposed to all turnpikes building which will commence in I must see as plainly as I can i rankiort climbing the hill up count the fingers on my hand Browns bottom going over the that I am specially benefited or hill at or near the Cove bprings I cannot vote for it but am bound so 1 learn The road is to oe to vote against from principle built to Georgetown a train of What would our land be worth to- cars to be run over same when day in Bald Knob or Flat Creek the bonds lor one hundred thou precincts without our turnpikes sand dollars are to be issued What was it worth before the Then the road is to be built to Do not all of us Paris and a train of cars run to pikes were built remember a few years since Paris when the bonds for tne what a time we had getting our ualance fifty thousand dollars are tobacco and other produce out of to be issued our hills to ship to market or sell So you see there is no possible Have we forgotten chance in Frankfort lor us to be swindled as the wood we have hauled to town the people ot Shelby count were and sold or exchanged for sugar We get the road without a and coffee and other articles we doubt before one cent of money Does not Frankfort buy is paid or even bonds issued needed everything we have for Frankfort almost We wants the road sale our wheat corn oats vege- have only to pay the interest on I- - it not the tables and chickens for a fev years Did these bonds place to lay in our supplies When tle road is built it will not Frankfort vote for our turn- commence earning money lie pikes in fact did she not pay sides it will be taxed just like three fifths of the taxes to build any other property all of which Did not Frankfort and we them 1 building the county and by the county o make money by t mean the people get back tne Would Frankfort or we them taxes they pay out I learn the either to day have them removed richest men in Frankfort tne without any possible chance capitalists are working might and Are not of replacing them 1 hear those for Frankfort and Franklin county main havethe road have almost who opposrd linked together and so connected in favor of it that one cannot suffer without to a man come out not we whose the other suffering One cannot Then why should with prosper without the other prosper- taxes will be I very small go they Frankfort do not believe In fact are we not one and ing unanimously as 1 hear thev Then why should will inseparable favor a thing that will be we why should any man among almost are I am an injury to themselves us say that this railroad that is convinced they have studied the now proposed to be built is to when matter thoroughly and besides I benefit Frankfort alone in this portion we know it is impossible for know our people of the count have not I did not Frankfort to prosper without our We know Let us learn the facts and vote prospering with her intelligently It is not the dollars there never was a city in the and cents we pay out now we world that prospered that the We for the future country around did not prosper in are acting the 6th day of July to have until proportion I have always op consider When the day comes posed taxation for railroads and I believe you like myself will opposed this road until 1 under c me out and vote for the railstood it and will now say I beI am a railroad man lieve I understand the principle road Tkuth on which this road is to be built ana alter understanding I could not be an honest fair man And Frankfort June 23 87 vote against it Editor Roundabout I 4I Jun 24 J Iolsgkovf Ky Furniture r Undertaking BUSINKSS And have mW one half Interest In my buslnesN to LIGHT CLAASSEN PElCTICAL Plumbers Gas -- Steam Fitters IN- - W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be DEALERS STATEN DEHONEY Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets And the business will oe continued at the old stand of Wiiitesldes btaten No 218 St Clair street May b tr JOS T STATEN Pipe and Fittings c Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block Mar 12 - - Frankfort Kentucky Choic Coal KINDS ALL family use Weight 1 Cheap Â¬ DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery Full Uintoni Trices Jno T B uc3sle3T IS Telephone connection No 35 GEO B MACHLI1T FRANKFORT Y STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in OE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Â¬ ramre GlaimieLampj AND GENERAL Bl mm BHHH H if lam KMBKWmS Kij if iiH ii b mill Building Material Iiiuts Lime Cement Blacksmiths Iron and Wagon HARDWARE Fancy Goods Zjsgest stock Of nil descriptions The Oil Glass Makers Materia and a fine new STOVES BraBS Goods Goal GBATES Hods Vases Â¬ Field Seeds Harness line of Wall Paper and Decorations and at very lowest prices Cor Boadway aud Lewis Streets MmmmmmMmlillmwmw Â¬ FIANKFORT Feb 24 KENTUCKY And at prices that cannot he duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for get the place Â¬ if JNO T Â¬ F XT MA JOB -- jmmmmJammmwsssusasjt nam BUCKLEY SmmmmmWmmWm if St Clair Street 1 mmm9mSlSMIfSmM fflf ATTOUNIiiY AT LAW KY FllAXKFORT PRACTICE IN WILL Fidiiklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COUKTS V ot Gallatin Boone Owen aud Grunt counties In the Court of Appeals aud Court In the Federal Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor -- WMC CROMWELL w Manufacturer and Dealer in- - Attorney-at-LaAND STEAM ENGINE BOILERS Â¬ Distillery Mill ana Agricultural Machinery Rsal Estate MLL Ag ont PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 01 VV Franklin utid the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale ot real estate collection of rents claims aud the negotiation of loans Otllce opposite Court house DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing- and Repairing Promptly - June 25 ly Agent for JA3 ANDHKW SClTT JA8 A VIOLETT SCOTT VIOLETT SJEEOIR S7 AX LAW Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort FOR PRICE LIST SSBND E3STO I3SrE3 II lS tk7 orks boilee Attended to -- IfcTID Ky ana Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT KKNTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Franklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Luvall building H G MATTERNS CAPITAL Â¬ Jan 22 tf Â¬ DR J OFFICE S COLLINS dtcist L F COMPTON Ail 1 weregottenupinthsway pie of Kentucky have heretofore been called on to vote a tax to Some- w choof of this citv took which inst attcnded bv manv of our respectabe and intelligent of whom wefe h I Teeth extracted without pain use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas W MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN by tist ART GALLERY 4 342 MAIN STEEET the PORTRAITS IN CRAYON C MACKLIN -- sometimes enormous voting the subscription doing o unguarueu y uk Whether in roau was uuih mnnni tn nW u ui iu y y iT ome count cs not roaus uut iiiu amount voted was so large it so embarrassed them they have never gotten over it This was the case with Shelby county She voted seven hundred thousand dollars to two roads and only got thirty or forty miles of road and had the If I understand money to pay and I believe I do the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort is to be built by the counties alone through which it is to run No 1 inmiaau UI11VI1 it rnn IUUIIU13 UMih nhln evirience fTiven of the strict were asked to vote a tax nnnnf and unwearied attention of those any some very amuuMu havi g cl argc 0f the pupils of the the counties or company eastern company from somewhere was found and organized the route selected the ANU ALSU- - COMPTON MACKLI1T llii ll - thf PKOPKIETOKS PHOTOGRAPHS Of jimjM I nc ssJ ill I iTnj - 1 Elkhorn Roller Mills HAVE THE FULL all Sizes at Eeduoed Price JmmMSiBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWt i n schoo w R ROGERS DEALEH IN- be r n f wom na been ANU MANUFACTURE if ruct farl thu rfunmmihh rwojttmnV s Tl without intend of teachers Yet Six of the best grades of trie best ing to discriminate we must say Flour made in the World the grade under the instruc- Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square that tion of Mrs 1ayne would in their performance have done credit to It may any school in Kentucky not be out of place to state that to Master Albert McClure and Miss PHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PLUM 1 and Addie Hawkins were assigned the panyliruuch hold Paid Knob Turnpike Road Com will their annual meeting for the election ot live directors on SATURDAY JUNE first grand honors of grade No I 23 1887 Court House In BOLIEH SYSTEM - NT COFFINS AC A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN E 9 COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds or ITOTIOB Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE tu stock - mtET i Â¬ Let every one see that his neiyh bor votes for the railroad tax oclock in Uy order of FRANK CONWAY W S Dkiioney Secy Treus Muy28 td at the Frankfort ut President 12 J R4NVF0RT KY All the MuybJv tet etyfc rurnrureconstuntlv AnOOD offered for wile ut u burguln Fot terms upply ut this ofllce IebJG tf BUILDING LOT 60 BY 836 OR 340