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PH JM V v n - c 7 t ywii1 - -- - 7 C fgn wjpff- - jjrjT TT m f iw 111 r T nnmrrT r TC wi WS8P i i The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publishgr - l - DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X Communicated FRANKFORT KY JULY 2 1887 Number 42 Hi I the best guarded proposition he and start a mill elsewhere This Letter from Zcke Yocum facts I leave here this evening ever knew or heard of He Uvas is no idle talk but a fact We for Bald Knob Lexington Kv June 1887 Frankfort Ky June 30 S convinced the whole county would cannot compete with mills else BaldKnod June 29 87 be benefited but he did not have where that are competitors of ours Mr Geo A Lewis Editoi Deaf Roundabout Health and morals fair This about I promised to write a letter every the nerve to face the music on We ship flour all through Central precinct will vote the tax Some Dear Nephew I do hereby opposition We ship to Lexing Â¬ I Kentucky week up to the 6th of July besides account of a few neighbors Dont think it will giving my whole time to procur Â¬ asked him if Frankfort was not his ton and transfer to other roads and hereupon take this method of amount to much Since the head informing the public in general of ing of article I have just learned ing the vote of Franklin county in neighbor and did not every dollar paying local freight on the L favor of the railroad tax This he made or got come directly N and local freights on every the fact that on soup day at Lex that hog cholera has broke out toeing yonr last issue before the or indirectly through Frankfort other road we ship on from Lex Â¬ ington Ky I severed my connec here only among those who are We can- ship to Jackson tion with the Democrat party opposed to the railroad tax 6th this of course willvbe my last He said it was a fact but yet he ington on this subject and may be could not stem the current of ville Fla for about the same we Cause for so doing was that Knott Cant say what the result will be letter Co yet Another man can to Paris Ky Why is this McKenzie Tate Hewitt the last on any subject In all I home pressure Im in hopes that it will not written I have tried to from the same place same precinct Because at Jacksonville we come let Bolivar out before his figures abate before the 6th day of July iiave said or avoid giving any offense tb any said he never went to Frankfort in Competition as I have said in were fixed up When they found More in my next from this place I have tried faithfully except when compelled never former letters with the Ocean that he was not prepared they individual Benson Franklin Co Ky in every particular to tell the bought anything there if he could and a number of railroads With ought to have postponed the soup Railroad tax vote is very uncer Â¬ truth strictly not to misrepresent help it that the clothes he had on this road to Paris we can get there The method adopted by the Dem- tain No one can tell how it will to keep out of arguments with all he bought in Louisville He gets as cheap as we do now to Lexing- Â¬ ocrat Central Committee is a go My Uncle Dan Moore has novel one namely to fill the immortalized himself by voting persons but to reason with and Frankforts money for his produce ton Frankfort and Franklin county stomachs of men witl whisky and for the bill allowing the sovereigns show them that each and every then goes elsewhere to purchase one in the county had an interest what he may want It was not so should patronize home institutions soup with a few figures prepared tc say whether or not they wanted 5n this road that Frankfort and much in doiner it as the manner in not let feelings on account of by McKenzie Tom Harris Dick the railroad The right of peti- Â¬ Co That of the Repub- Â¬ tion is dear to every man in the Franklin county are one that it which he told it It showed that some trifling difficulty cause us to Tate would be as impossible for Frank Â¬ he has always entertained a feeling go elsewhere to buy anything we licans is to address mens brains United States of America fort to prosper without the county against the place How any man should need if it can be had at and not their passions or prejudice Thank God that there are not The Brewery We shall see which is the best prospering with her as it would can let such words pass his lips I home as cheap many men who have so little sense It requires a great effort on my as to vote and say freemen shant ibe for the body of any human or fail to see Another thing I fail has been trying to keep its head without the to see is how any man can stand above water for a long while It part to leave the great Democrat have the privilege to say whether other being to prosper Ihead arms and legs being bene- Â¬ up against his neighbors right is now in the hands of parties who party but Im afraid to risk Buck will be taxed or not Poor old fitted If the body became weak here in our midst and tell people are making it pay I am opposed ner as Governor of Kentucky Democratic Kentucky is two hun- Â¬ the head and limbs partake of its from the country if this tax is to the retailing of UqUor of any My reasons are as follows First dred years behind her- sister States The man who lives in voted that to get the money vot- Â¬ kind but the saloons are in our That he has been so frightened by by having as officers men who weakness t Ml Franklin county whether in town ed they will throw a little dirt up city The law gives them the Bill Bradley Second That he win voce against submitting any or county who tries to get up a put a few ties and the rails on and right to sell It seems to me they might want all the bridges burned proposition that a respectable feelings one against the other is run a hand car to Georgetown and should buy the home beer This Third That he might surrender minority are in favor of But concern employs 15 or 20 men Kentucky up to the Confederate enough of this not doing his duty He fails to this will be the end of it Im as mad as How see as he should in other words a man can slander for it is nothing and the earnings of each are spent States Fourth That he is op the Dutchman was in contemplat- Â¬ as prejudiced against his own in- Â¬ else those who are engaged in this here The beer made here is cer Â¬ posed co Federal aid to our ing the aboye when he went into Fifth That he is too battle you remember how mad he terest It reminds me of a man I enterprise and then ever have the tainly as good and sold just as schools old Sixth That he is not and was ago in time of heard of years cheek to look these men in the cheap as any and besides the slavery in Kentucky who had a face is a mystery to me when money is kept in Frankfort and has not been a sane man since the Im in favor of making Gov He 3ialf interest in a negro man goes round and round among the Central Committee has had him in Knott U S Senator for the way he or they know they are uttering Seventh He never was he had that little matter attended training was very religious never failed to it to deceive the man they are tell- Â¬ people Eighth That Ken- Â¬ to in Rowan county also that the rsay his prayers every night but We should have a market that competent ing it to to gain his opposition Ninth State vote a pension to the sheriff was so blinded by self wife son against the tax Those parties would consume all the flour we tucky needs a change and his half interest in the make right here in Kentucky That there is no money in the of five thousand dollars a year John negro that he failed to ask a bles Â¬ need not think they are doing this When running full we make from treasury to pay his salary and he Dont publish the above article if tax sing on any other being or the and those favoring the know not 250 to 300 barrels per day The is now too old to serve the State your paper goes up to Rowan as mill has to run we cannot run a without pay finding it out They all Tenth That he is The Governor might want to send other half of the negro failing to I have said I have deceived no day or a week and lay idle until in tavor ot the Low bill fact that God could recognize the ihe me up there again as some of as I have obthe flour is sold The men must thought of paying Big Buggs for those Craig Bolivers might hurt aiot preserve his half without the one and so far the tax other half receiving the same bles Â¬ served no soone favoringthe other be employed They cannot afford old Texas steers eighty dollars me on but sing Now friends whether in has done opposed are trying to to lay idle If we did we would a head that died with poverty I cant write more this time all this hand those Our pay roll when that cost the parties at Stamping there being no hotel here to stop town or county let us stop lose them ikind of talk Let us remembr prejudice all they can Dy every running full amounts to 250 or Ground Scott county Ky thir- Â¬ all night at nve are brethren of one family imaginable thing they can think 275 each week The men spend teen dollars per head is a shame In conclusion give my love to The farmers Eleventh That Bolivar would not everybody that favors the railroad the money here that we all belong to Franklin of Friends of Franklin county around Frankfort raise what they allow the books looked over at tax county whether we live in Farm Twelfth Frankfort That he Bridgeport Benson Bald why will you listen to such stuff eat besides we buy their wheat dale This leaves me well but in great Do you believe the citizens of we are here would deliver up the Rebel flaes trouble I regret to leave the You need not think JCnob Flat Creek Peaks Mill Â¬ Thirteenth Democrat party but I cant stand I have to Mr Cleveland IForks of Elkhorn or Frankfort Frankfort with Judge Wm Lind and will have to stay say at their head will get up a said and you will find it to be That he would appoint Lee Wat everything i Whether we prosper or otherwise propositions and of our destiny is one we cannot be proposition or to the Franklin true if we fail in this quit isthe kins Fish Cqmmissionerhave Ken Â¬ Farewell to my only nephew tucky besides which I nine Geo A Lewis present them wqrd At one time Frankfort had Frankfort wants the separated county court and have the same a cotton mill a woolen factory hundred and forty six other from his Uncle She is about unanimous railroad it She asks you to put on record to build a road to and a number of other things I reasons for not voting for Buck Zeke Yocum in favor of Pans Owingsville could name They are gone ner come with us put your shoulder Georgetown I leave to the wheel and help us get the and on to the mountains of Ken- Â¬ Why did they go Because they Kitchen this evening for Stone Blue Lick Water fresh from the Forks of Elkhorn Springs on draught at LeCompte She tucky connecting with the roads did not have the outlets to justify old wagon out of the rut They could not Bald Knob Benson and Frank Â¬ Carpenters is loaded with in Virginia tor tne purpose 01 runnincr them is badly stuck She 36 elsewhere fort in the interest of the new competition our future destiny You may not swindling the people of Franklin meet liave as much interest in her as county and the citizens of Frank Â¬ Their manufactured product had railroad The Stone Kitchen June 24 87 Would it to go out over one road LEGOmPTE CARPENTER we have but have you not enough fort along with them I found everybody in favor of We may not be the boldest manuever ever freights and the expense of selling r to lend a helping hand Health good I cannot see ate them up This is a fact the the new railroad et her out without you but will known in the place SOUTH FRANKFORT KY Some few cases of itch Cant you not feel better will you not why any one will allow the thing older inhabitants here know take more interest in her after she to be told to them Above all I Farmers and business men of stay Its catching Peaks is out having the knowledge we cannot see how any man living in Franklin county study well act Midnight Mill June 27 87 I When I arrived jail helped to get her out The Frankfort could ever get down so wisely You will make money Â¬ AND more we do for anything the more low as to so slander the Board of Besides you will lay a foundation found some opposition to the rail of the city of Frankfort from which yourchildren and your road mostly among the Demo interest we take in it In all my Trade You are aware dear PHARMACEUTISTS letters I have never found fault who put these directors in the grandchildren will reap the fruits crats fill for no earthly when you are gone and will rise nephew that they are opposed to with any man however extreme places they now They use Lis internal improvements lie may have been against my object but the good of tlvi whole up and call you blessed tA III the old fashioned Podd auger views I have left every individual for even the man who is slandering ten to reason and vote like pro A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF t John E Miles When they go to mill they carry iriepdly and I believe they have them Thev iet no pay now or gressive citizens the sack on their back to relieve I believe those who are in time to come except the en ime DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS Liver Regulator the horse opposed have failed to see as they hancement of business in their Simmons A great many people here use should There are changes in trade I have as much interest in Is what the name indurates a Reg Â¬ PERFUMERY favor of the tax hourly each one the project perhaps more than ulator of that most important the old fashioned hominy mortar Â¬ Â¬ the Liver Is yoar Liver rather than take their corn to the confessing they have never under any man in the directory but nev- organ Notwithstanding all of their FANCY TOILET ARTICLES stood the question before er one cent do I expect to realize out of order Then is your whole mill deranged the breath offen Â¬ old fogy notions they will vote for man yesterday from the road or the buildine of system I talked with a feel the railroad JPHYSIGIANS He said he was the road except as an outlet from sive you have headache from Farmdale Health good Morals improv Â¬ nervous ben- Â¬ mv mill Am I to blame for this languid dispirited and convinced that anything that and ing The officers of the churches efitted Frankfort he would reap I tell the people right here plainly no appetite sleep is troubled Reg Â¬ dont play cards more than four some of the fruits that he was at unless we get more outlets fon the unrefreshing Simmons Liver nights in the week now and only heart for the road but his near products of our mill the time is ulator restores the healthy action play marbles about two hoijrs on jieighbors were opposed so vio Â¬ near at hand when it will have to of the Liver See that you get the Lords day I was delighted Carefully compounded Patent Medioines lently he would have to vote stop and we go into other busi the genuine prepared by J H when I was informed of the above Pure Winos and Liquors for medioinal purposes He said also that it ws ness or remove the machinery Zelin Co against Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ v -- -- DRUGGISTS Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS e J J v 1 V iV jir mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm Hff7T fYTF f i TT ir T laBPSIfiHH J v v Col V Personals C P Breckiniidge was in town this week Mr Jas B Newman left Friday for Crab Orchard Miss Edna Johnston has returned from school at Paris Mr Peter I Railey of Versailles was in town on Thursday Â¬ Miss Christine Reynolds is visiting rela tives in Lexington Mrs Mary Tyler left Wednesday to visit of Mr Syl Sudduths family who friends in Lexington resides near at hand blazed up Mr and Mrs Russell McRery returned 25 or 30 feet and continued Saturday from Chicago to burn nearly two hours The Hon R L Ewell of London Ky was in usual amount of Blue Lick water the city on Tuesday last was forced out by the gas and ran Mrs Judge Lewis returned Saturday down to the creek for about two from a visit to Louisville Dr W B Conery of Chicago Ills is hours Some say these eruptions visiting friends in this city of gas usually precede a rain after Mr Findlay Bush of Louisville is visit a drouth while others say they ing his parents in this city come pretty regularly every three Mrs W H Grider accompanied her sis e when the or four months ter Mrs Meek to St Louis head of gas within natures resMiss Jennie Morrow went down to An As said in our last Dr Kelly ervoir becomes uncontrollable and chorage on Monday evening Mr Cabell B Bullock of Lexington will be in our city at the Capital is bound to erupt has been in the city this week Hotel to day The following is the schedule of Capt Geo T Stagg left Saturday for a The Presbyterian Sunday school the games to be played by the business trip to the eastern cities Mr J L Zeigler of Eylau Texas is on will celebrate the Fourth by an three clubs forming the Bluegrass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ turned to their home in St Louis Mo on Saturday Mr Ernest Ashurst and wife and Messrs Odie Ashurst and Willie Evans of George town have been visiting the family of Mr John Marshall Mr John Hughes and wife nee Miss Myra Heinsohn of Louisville spent a few days in the city this week visiting Mrs J Q A Stewart Miss Maggie Richards of California who has been visiting Mrs E A Richards left Saturday to visit friends in the Southern part of the State Mrs P S Rule Mrs Whitmore and daughter Miss Jessie of Lexington who have been visiting relatives in this city re Â¬ turned home Tuesday morning Mrs John C Bates who has been visiting her sons in this county returned to her home near Anchorage on Monday taking Dr M C Bales little girl with her Messers Heniy Lindsey Fayette Hewitt Thos Arnold and Lee Dudley who have been attendiug school at Trinity Hall near Louisville came home Saturday to spend the summer vacation Â¬ The Pryor Gas Well on a Tear The old natural gas well on the farm of Col J P Pryor three miles west of Frankfort on the L N R Ri near the old Gainey Bridge over Benson Creek got on one of its periodical tears last Saturday June 25 and on the application of a match by a member NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger still will be thd vain regrets of those who have a little mbney now and fail to invest it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country is just beginning to realize whnt St Paul has done in late years and what a future it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead Â¬ ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself Population Our doubts are traitors aout Â¬ Â¬ Chicago Buffalo Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Minneapolis 8t Pan Omaha Toledo Dulnth 750000 240000 227000 165000 155000 140000 Kansas City 140000 Highest Price per front Foot Hlehest Adlolnlnsr Acreage per acre Residence Business i roperty 96000 700 7000 3000 350 2000 8500 500 1500 1500 200 8000 2000 800 8000 2000 800 3500 Indianapolis 105000 90000 78000 50000 20000 1200 8500 800 300 a visit to his family in Bellepoint Mrs J W Dodd of Nashville is in the city visiting Mrs J Q A Stewart Miss Eliza Johnston returned Thursday from a visit to friends in Versailles Mr Atwood Martin of Louisville is in the city visiting Mr Findlay Bush Mrs Knott left the first of the week for a visit to friends in Fayette countv Miss Bonnie Todd left Monday to visit Mrs Jas W Watson in Lexington Judge L Hord and wife returned Mon day from a short visit to Lexington Â¬ Mrs Maria Starling of Arkansas is su ing her daughter Mrs R P Pepper Miss Rose Crittennen left Saturday last Â¬ i re r fv Jr R- - to visit Miss Rarrick of Nicholasville James M Withrow Esq of Lexington has been in the city since our last issue Miss Birdie Ashurt of Georgetown i visitinc Miss Una Marshall South Side Miss Bessie Bernard of Louisville is visiting Miss Mary Browder South Side Mr Harry H Ainslie of Louisville is visiting Mr John Stewart hear this city Misses Lou Wiard and Emma Kava naugh returned Monday from Carrollton Mrs L J Garrard left Thursday foi Crab Orchard to be gone several months Edmund W Taylor returned Saturday evening from school near Washington D I C Mr Lawrence A Went who has been living near Greenville Miss has returned home Hon S M Davis and Judge Jas F As Â¬ kew of Georgetown were in the city Thursday Scott left yesterday for a family of Mr Dan Swigert of visit to the Lexington Miss Mamie Â¬ excursion up the river on the Base Ball League The Twin Okies St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from oen Grace Morris and barge Annie Lexington Club will play at tre to oentre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and Georgetown July 5th 15th and have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 Mr W T Runyan has been so 1 2U1 and 20th bad only 41000 and 46000 inhabitant respectively have now 140000 possibly unfortunate as to lose a fine cow 27th August 6th nearer 160000 eaob and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever valued at 75 and two fine Berk- September 6th 12th and 19th Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home shire hogs valued at 25 this At Frankfort July 6th 21st and in the territory immediately tributary to 30th August 3d 8th and 27th week September st 8th and 23d We wrre misinformed last week Georgetown Club will play at as to the Sunday excursions up Frankfort July 4th 14th and 26th the river They will be run in fu- Â¬ August 2d 13th and 23d Septem- Â¬ ture as the owners of the Grace ber 3d Hth and 26th At Lex Morris may think fit and 25th Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it ington July nth 19th Do not have your fine clothes August 5th 10th 22d and 29th linens or red blankets worn out by September 9th and 16th The Third Railroad Centre in the United States using an old rub board but use will play at Lex- Â¬ Frankfort Club the ladies friend clothes washer ington July 2 1 st and 22d August The completion this year of the Minneapolis Bault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will Church Sold only by Gray give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will pnt 1st 8th 1 6th and 26th Septem- Â¬ it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast hardware merchants 41 ber 5th 14th and 21st At The Economic Heating Com- Â¬ Georgetown July 1st 9th and pany are erecting a derrick on the 1 8th August 9th 15th 24th and Ht itie Head of navigation on itie Plississippi farm of Mr Jas A Murray just 31st September 15th and 24th m And onfy one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the below the city on the Leestown colored man and his wife Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more A pike and will begin boring for gas and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still went aboard the 1020 a m train larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are and oil in a fevdays Monday morning to see some daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the The Grace Morris and barge friends off Not noticing the con- Â¬ Annie took quite a large party up ductors call they were late startthe river Thursday evening ing to get off In so attempting Nothing like these excursions to they both fell under the car and cool one off this warm weather were only saved from an awful There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent great years operated to that The Morris will run them regular death bv the presence of mind of All the causesmore have for the last five and being in the make St Paul arichest city are working strongly than ever centre of the and ly during the season Mr Adam K Stephens and Esq most rapidly developing ptfrt of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis For Sale A comfortable J W Bohannan who dragged WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY Irame house of seven rooms in them from beneath the wheels Â¬ 1 1200 1100 1000 800 160 150 100 100 2000 5000 5000 1000 1500 800 ST PAULS immEHSE TRADE Â¬ mm m mm iniES W he fci Cistern and all nec- Â¬ good repair The Holman Combinationhave Lot 60 by been giving a series of entertain- Â¬ of Georgetown is visit essary outbuildings Miss Ollie Moore situated on Campbell ments at the Opera House this ing her sister Mrs O R Crutcher at the 200 feet Capital Hotel near the corner of Conway street week which have been thoroughly Misses Clara and Minnie Atkinson of Apply to enjoyed by all who have been pres- Â¬ Meade county are visiting Miss Minnie Con way C B Their prices have been so 4i 2t ent Cain South Side Mr and Mrs Wallace Shelby returned The time for argument is about low that the poorest could enjoy in Jessamine Many a high priced from a short visit to friends over and the time to act is upon the treat county on Monday has exhibited here has us Let every man who values show that Miss Bettie Davis of Georgetown who the past and looks with hope to not been half so well gotten up Â¬ By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every 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 t6 witness changes more astounding and more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of all whose good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac quainted wjth her institutions We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have either been sold out at a large profit in some cases itiiee Hundrea Per 26 TO 100 Cent Per Hnnum ANNUM K-F V ft has been visiting Miss Lizzie Davis left the future go to the polls and the first of the week We guarantee it to wash all Or have largely advanced in value Ah investment made with moderate judgment arriv cast his vote for the railroad sub- goods from Major Wm Starling of Arkansas the finest lace to the here is sure to net the owner from ed in the city on Saturday4 on a visit to his scription and see that every other coarsest carpets perfectly clean sister Mm RP Pepper La- Â¬ favorable vote is likewise polled without rubbing or boiling W H Holt and his two daugh Judge We should not be satisfied with bor and money saved and a days ters will arrive at home on Tuesday next wash done in two hours by using ODIN G CLAY less than 1800 majority in favor the ladies friend clothes washer ROBT B FRANKLIN from Bordentown N J Â¬ Church Misses Annie Brown and Agnes Drane of the road in the three city pre- Sold only by Gray her coun cincts are visiting Miss Jessie Calmes at Lets have it 41 try residence near this city The followiner is the score of If the young man who picked Misses Eva and Georgia Madden and Mary Morris of Louisville are visiting Spring Hill Gun Club June 24 up the small silver watch in front Miss Averill Washington street 1887 at twenty five blue rocks of the Baptist Church last Sunday Misses Anne and Emily Thomas left three angles eighteen yards night will be kind enough to leave Tuesday for a visit of a few days to their 22 it at this office he will be rewarded R Church aunt Mrs Keiningham of Paris Ky G F Berry 19 and receive the thanks of the own- Â¬ Miss Pattie Moore of Georgetown who G H Mastin 20 has been visiting Mrs O R Crutcher at K Taylor 18 er REFERENCES BY PERMISSION- the Capital Hotel left for home on Thurs R Morris 16 The fire department commenced day G L Payne 19 National Bank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky McClure and children Mrs Helen H 25 slushing all the gutters and sewers Deposit Bank of Frankfort L Price State Bank of Virginia J have gone on a visit of several months to This Branch Bank of Kentucky Price won the medal in the city on yesterday Planters National Bank Dr her fathers Dr E H Black of Stamping Richmond Va Frankfort Ky twenty five straight will be kept up from day to day breaking ground The Bank of Minnesota a thing never before accom- Â¬ until all the gutters are thoroughly Mrs Jas F Meek and daughter who birds St Paul Minn may28 iy clean have been visiting relatives in this city re- - plished on these grounds Â¬ Â¬ FIB CINT FIE Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING JL m w I 11 llMIUi UP r i 1 J 7 x U ts ttotw The grand jury stood nine to seven in favor of the railroad The new sewer on St Clair street is being rapidly excavated rTffgiW v1 TFiropre It will fill a much needed want Son have just Messrs Miles completed a sewer from their mill to the great Broadway street out- Â¬ lets Fruit jars at bottom figures at Bucklevs 442t We would call attention to the statement of the condition and div A Treat in Store for the Citizens of Cincinnati idend notice of the Deposit Bank This bank is a safe reliable institu It is stated that Prof Ed G tion Went of this city with some Use only the stamped iron chosen amateur musical friends Â¬ double lined oven with your gaso- Â¬ will on the fourth of July celebrate that glorious day by singing Buckley has them line stove in front of the Probasco Fountain 44 2t in Cincinnati the national songs of We would call attention to the America and Germany to wit card of W S Dehoney Esq The Star Spangled Banner and Secretary of the Board of Trus Die Wachtam Rhein j tees Public School giving notice of examinations for places as teachers Swiss flouncings New made in the Colored School cheap at Sam I Johnson Co s Miss Lizzie Hudson gave an en- Â¬ tertainment on Thursday evening Notice in honor of her guests Misses In order to meet my pecuniary Bessie and Nannie Bell which was greatly enjoyed by all who were obligations I am compelled to notify all those indebted to me present bv note or account to call on Mr Let every man remember that Matt Fahy at my office in Frank- Â¬ everything that is wortR anything fort and settle All accounts are at all costs something It will cost made out and must be settled im- Â¬ something to get our railroad but mediately If there are any when it is built the returns for our errors in them I will take pleasure outlay are such as there will be no in correcting the same My busi- Â¬ xoom to regret the cost ness has all been placed in Mr let any foolish twaddle Fahys hands for settlement B F Duvall about voting a tax on your neighbor prevent you from doing your Satines from 10 cents a yard duty to your own family These up Sam D Johnson Co 42 would not hesitate a neighbors second to vote a road tax on you The Frankfort Literary Society when its to their interest Has been organized and will hold Under the new postal law all its first meeting in the Courtdrop letters commencing July I house on Thursday night July will have to pay the same postage 14 The public will be invited Lindsay will deliver with other letters to wit two Judge Wm The pro- Â¬ the opening oration cents Now dont snarl about let- Â¬ gramme includes a debate on the ters not being delivered when you convict labor question by four have not paid the postage as the young lawyers and more than half a dozen poems and scientific law requires papers from the pens of the ablest Â¬ The Chicago Inter Ocean sug- writers in Frankfort and all will be interspersed with the best of gests the following list of presiden- Â¬ vocal songs Col Thos B Ford tial and vice presidential candidates is the critic of the society which for the Republicans to select from insures pleasure for the audience JOHN L SCOTT Sherman and Bradley President Gresham and Bradley B G Williams Sectetaty Harrison and Bradley Allison and Bradley Best 50 cent corset in the marLincoln and Bradley ket Sam D Johnson Co 42 m Mr John Samples who resides TbeBestl near Alton Anderson county Rev G C Kelly D D will Waterproof was cutting a tree down Thursday preach at the Methodist Church Coat afternoon when his- son ten to morrow at 1 1 a m Tha FTSTIBRAKD SLICKER la warrantadtrattniroof and will kft you dry In z r r HAna miv ma earnest pinrra years of age called his attention in newruronb niiiiknia penrct nam coai ana Nona jrtnnlna without tWTUh cowra tha entire iatdl Bawareoflmltatlona Â¬ BRMW nratxl trMa raaik Illustrated Catalogue free A J Tower Boiton Mua Rev G F iBagby having re- to the fact that his axe was comAssocia- ing off the handle when he turned from the General told tion will occupy his pulpit at the him to stand around on the other bonds or of their proceeds so to be issued and delivered in payment of said subscrip Â¬ Baptist Church to morrow as side at the same time striking the OF THE CONDITION OF THE tion shall at any time be used in payment usual tree another blow when the axe Deposit Bank of Frankfort directly or indirectly in whole or in part of any indebtedness of the underlined V flew off the handle the blade thnt may now exist 800 yards crinkled ginghams AT THE CLOSE OF nUSINKHH That the undersigned will after its 3 at 5 cents Former price 10 striking the little boy in the first cash dividend shall he declared on TTTliTE 30TH 1SS7 Co abdomen and cutting a deep presentation at its office of the stock certifi Â¬ cents Sam D Johnson ASSETS cates issued under the provisions of the gash from the effects of which he Loans and Discount 42 17072 92 25th section of its charter issue stock there Cash died yesterday morning 37402 72 for to those to whom such certificates were - Religious SLICKER - Â¬ Â¬ lSfl Â¬ The Circuit Court will adjourn Furniture Protest this morning after a two weeks Renl Estate session The grand jury were in Stamps session eleven days and adjourned at noon yesterday Following is m their report To the Honorable Franklin Circuit Coiift Dont Â¬ We the grand jury for the June term 1887 of the Franklin Cir cuit Court would respectfully report that we have had before us a great number of witnesses and have returned into court 107 in We have examined dictments the public buildings and found all in excellent condition and well kept except the city workhouse We find that kept in bad condi- Â¬ tion The bedding is filthy and not in condition for any human being to occupy The house ought to be cleansed and new bedding put in Evidence has also been brought before the grand jury as to the bad sanitary condi tion of the city of Frankfort and on examination the grand jury find that on Broadway St Clair Main and other streets the drain- Â¬ age is bad and mud and filth has been allowed to accumulate along the streets and they have not been washed and cleaned out as they should be We also find that some of the streets of the city are allowed to be obstructed and sidewalks blockaded contrary to the city ordinances All of which is respectfully reÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ported B C Milam Â¬ Foreman DIED In the Flat Creek neighborhood Miss on Thursday June 30th of dropsy mi Leer Burns this county A Sensation Why is it that three bottles of B B B are sold in Atlanta to one of any other blood remedy and twice as much consumed in the State of Georgia as any other preparation No one need take our word but Ask the people simply ask the druggists Six houses They are competent witnesses in Atlanta buy in five and ten gross lots and some of them buy as often as every two Why these unprecedented sales months here at home with so little advertising Modesty forbids us making a reply Had B B B been before the public a quarter or a half a century it would not be necessary to be bolstered up with crutches of page Merit will conquer advertisements now and down money i WORTH 50000 For four years I have been a sufferer from a terrible form of rheumatism which reduced me so low that all hope of recovery I have suffered the most ex was given up cruciating pain day and night and often have wished I While writhing in agony I have tried everything known could die fur that disease but nothing did me any good and have had some of the finest phy sicians in the State to work on me but all I have spent over 800 with to no effect out finding relief I am now proud to say that after using only one bottle of B B B I am enabled to walk around and attend to business and I would not take 8500 for the benefit received from one single bottle of B B B I refer to all merchants and busi ness men of this town Yours most truly E O GARA Wavterly Walker county Texas DEMONSTRATED MERIT Spabta Ga May 15 1886 Â¬ Â¬ jiI - Â¬ U run as a street car commencing Tuesday July 5th mak Â¬ ing four round trips daily as follows Leaving the corner of Mero town prophecy Miss Almee Car- and High streets at 11 a m 12 ter Henderson Md presentation 1 and 6 p m Route out Mero Miss Sara F Holt Frankfort Ky to Ann out Ann to Main out censor Miss Charlotte A Brewer Main to St Clair out St Ciair to Philadelphia rrantle presentation Second out Second to Shelby Miss Sara F Holt which was re ceived for the class of 88 by Miss out Shelby to Todd out Todd to Delia E Brenneman The art Logan and will return over the Fare 5 cents same route exhibition followed It will also run to the cemetery We clip the above from the Philadelphia Press of June 23 on Sunday afternoons leaving St Judge W H Holt of this city Clair and Main at 330 and 530 delivered the address to the gradu- Â¬ Fare for round trip 25 cents one ating class his daughter Miss way 15 cents Sara being one m For Rent A brick house con- Â¬ Inquire of Call at Buckleys and see the taining six rooms Logan McKfe Queen City in operation 44 2t 42tf 432 St Clair street Co Sam D Johnson offer to day 500 yards India Linen at 10 We sell the celebrated Lotta Co cents Former price 15 cents bustle Sam D Johnson will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bordentown June 22 To day was the 87s class day The ex- Â¬ ercises were held in the pavillion on the lawn this afternoon The Presidents address was delivered by Miss Hannah N Young of Plemington N J class history Miss Annie W Murphy Borden- Â¬ At public request the omnibus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blood Balm Co You will please ship us per first freight one gross B B B It gives us pleasure to report a good Indeed it has trade for this preparation far eclipsed all other blood remedies both in demonstrated merit and rapid sale with us Vabdkman Rozieu All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores 42 42 Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh can secure by mail free a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known BLOOD BALM CO Addres Atlanta Ga je23im etc 2121 14 issued or their representatives or assign 1900 00 4 That in the event this proposition is 1 25 submitted to the vote of the county and 12843 34 carried and the said subscription made in 25 00 conformity thereto the undersigned binds itself to commence the construction of said 252514 37 road in good faith and to complete the same from Frankfort to a point on the Cin- Â¬ cinnati Southern Railway at pr near LIABILITIES Capital Stock 77400 00 Georgetown Ky within two years from Old Dividends 9 00 the date of said subscription andto Paris Dividend No 38 3 per cent 2322 00 Ky within thirty months from said date Individual Depository 5 That none of the bonds herein be Â¬ Ifi0074 23 Profit and Lous 11118 31 fore mentioned shall be issued and deliv Interest and Discount 300 00 ered as aforesaid until the mortgage exe State lax 600 83 cuted by the undersigned to the Central Trut Company of New York dated Janu Â¬ 252514 37 ary 1st 1883 be cancelled and released and said release recorded in the County Court Clerks office of this county H H WATSON Cashier 6 The line of the said railroad snail be located as near to the Forks of Eikhorn as DIVIDEND NOTICE in the judgment of the chief engineer of A dividend of three 3 per cent will be the undersigned shall be reasonably prac Â¬ paid on the Capital Stock of the Deposit ticable having due regard to the cheap Â¬ Bank of Frankfort on and after Tuesday ness of construction and directness of July 5th 1837 route This the 28th day of May 1887 The Paris Georgetown i Frankfort H H WATSON Cashier 2t Railroad Company by a WM LINDSAY President The Begfaalaff ef tae End And it is further ordered that proper The beginning of disease isasllghtdeblllt poll books shall be prepared by the or disorder of some of the vital organs the Court Clerk and delivered to the County officers stomach the liver or the bowels usually of each voting place which shall have each There are dyspeptic symptoms the liver lc page ruled in three columns and headed troublesome the skin grows tawney and un Â¬ the first column Names of Voters the healthy looking there are pains in the right second For the Railroad Subscription side or through the right shoulder blade The and the third Against the Railroad Sub- climax is often an utter prostration of the scription And the following are the energies perhaps u fatal issue But f the difficulty i met in time with HostetterJ officers to hold said election Stomach Hitters which is alwayseifectlveai Court house Peter Jett and W H a remedy and it should be resorted to at an Posey judges J H Pattie clerk stage there will be noreason to ap early Market house R B Jilson and John prehend those injurious subsequent elTecta upon the system often entailed by entirely Tobin judges Thos J Harris clerk Far better is it also to em cureddlseases Gas house J T Deakins and William ploy this safe remedial agent in fever and Flynn judges Wm H Murray clerk ague and other malarial complaints than quinine and other potent drugs which even Forks of Elknorn Isaac VVingate and when they do prove effectual lor a time ruin A VV Macklin judges Ben Head clerk general health tae stomach ami Impair the Peaks Mill L Hannon and T N Sul livan judges Llewellyn Church clerk Railroad Election Notice Bloomington James Carr and Joe Du Â¬ vall judges John Bates clerk Bridgeport Joseph Robinson and James Franklin County Court Saturday May 28th 1887 J Russell judges W H Hall clerk Cedar Run Scott Brown and E O On motion of Mr William Lindsay the Hawkins judges B F Rogers clerk following order was adopted viz Bald Knob John Thompson and G V It is ordered that an election be held in this county at the several voting places of Harrod judges Albert Violett clerk Flat Creek jno H Moore and Theo the precincts of the county on Wednesday 6th day uf Iuly 1887 at which the Carr judges C H Vaught clerk the Benson J D Moore and David Moore qualified voters of this county shall be al lowed to vote upon the question whether judges L P Hulett clerk The judges of the election at each of the this court shall subscribe to the capital stock of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort several piecincts or voting places are Railroad Company for and in behalf of directed to ask or cause to be asked each Are you for or against the sub Â¬ this county the amount of stock specfied in voter the request of said company filed in this scription to the railroad and to see that court upon the terms and conditions as the votes are recorded as the voters may specified in said request which said request answer or direct and to certify the poll is in the words and figures as follows viz hooks according to law A copy To the Honorable County Court of Franklin County Attest NB Smith Clerk C F C C The undersigned a corpoiation created and duly and properly organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Sheriffs of Election July 6 1887 respectfully request that as provided for by law the honorable court shall submit to House Trumbo the qualified voters of Franklin county at Court House John L Cox L Market an election to be held on a day to be fixed Gas House Noel Gaines by the court not less than thirty nor more days after the order therefor is Forks of Eikhorn M B Lucas than sixty Mill C B Hayden made by the cnuit the question whether Peaks Geo W Quarles the court shall subscribe to the capital Bloomington B S Hughes Frank Purington of the Paris Georgetown stock R A Anderson fort Railroad Companv for and on behalf Bridgeport of Franklin county the amount of one Benson Ezra Allison Bailey Bald Knob Edmund hundred and fifty thousand dollars 150 Flat Creek A B Polsgrove coo of stock upon the following terms and J W Gaines aonditions to wit Sheriff be subscribed to be paid The sum to in the bonds of Franklin county with coupons attached under the seal of the county signed by the County Judge and counter signed by the County Clerk and the coupons to be signed by the County Clerk alone t negotiable and payable to bearer in the city of New York thirty years from their date but redeemable at par and accrued interest at any time after ten years from their date at the option of the county bearing interest at the rate of five per cent per annum payable Said in the city of New York bonds to be in denominations of not less than ioo nor more than Si 000 but none of said bonds are to be issued in payment of said subscription except as follows When said road is constructed completed and ironed and a train of cars run over the same from the city of Frankfort Ky to the Cincinnati Southern Railway at or 100000 near Georgetown Ky the first one hundree thousand dollars of said bonds FOR PITCHERS shall be issued and delivered to the under signed or to its order and when said road is constructed completed and i oned and rvn of cars run over the time from Frankfort Ky to Paris Ky the remain ing 50000 fifty thousand dollars of said bonds shall be issued and delivered to the undersigned jr to its order And for the amount of all such bonds so issued and delivered to the undersigned in payment of said subscription the undersigned shall Centaur Liniment is the most issue and deliver as provided for in its act wonderful Paln Curer the of incorporation approved March 23d world has ever known 1877 the same amount in certificates of full paid stocks in the undersigned 2 That no part or portion of the said N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Due from Banks Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ 1 semi-annuall- y Children 3 Â¬ Casta iji KSaSifitS A i p FKAMFOKT ROUNDABOUT mWPRS f- t- ffwt in i T77Tj9rflwVj i r in- - i i i imtmm n r Bridgeport June 22 1887 Death of Entered atthepost offlceat FronRfort Kentucky us second class umllable matter GEORGE A LEWIS Editor and Fiablislher FRANKFORT JUSY 2 1887 Before our next issue the fate of the railroad proposition will be So closely are Frankfort decided and the railroad connected that we had almost said the fate of Frank Â¬ Men of Frankfort Men of fort Franklin county Is this genera Â¬ tion to go down to posterity as one of penurious blockheads who would not invest a penny in an enterprise which would undoubt- Â¬ edly bring forth mere than any i i risk than was ever before known Is it to earn the name of having turned its back on its foremost citizens and denounce its most honest and upright men as liais and scoundrels because they saw into the future and tried to teach We trust for others to see also the honor of Kentucky county of Frankfort and of each and every man in this coun- Â¬ ty that it will not That a railroad is needed no one doubts though some opponents affect to do so the true reason of opposition lies in the trifling sum of dollars and cents which must be expended All other reasons are but cloaks to cover the bare fret While some may honestly doubt the propriety of taxing the people the majority oppose it from a simple desire to keep money at all hazards whether it is most ad- Â¬ vantageous to themselves their neighbors and the county or not We appeal to you voters of the city and county to show you have the courage to place money where it will do the most good and not miser like to hide it for fear you might lose it in an at- Â¬ tempt to make more from its use -- other offered to any county in Kentucky and that too at less more Editot Roundabout Sir Please stop my paper I dont want it any more It has gone off railroading and only gives one side of the case Railroads dont improve a county leastways not my part of it If there was two or three railroads right through my place the land would not produce one bushel more than at present besides which a railroad is Generally a combination of thieves and if they aint they act like them See the number of stock killed by railroads They dont half pay the owners for them and it will be a cool morning when any combination of rogues get me to vote them money unless I am I have still three one of them months Roundabouts coming to me that will be 25 cents which I suppose I can get by calling at the office as I dont want the paper no Â¬ Esq Christie Yours truly We are sorry to lose Mr from our list of patrons simply be- Â¬ cause he differs with us on an im- Â¬ provement that is beneficial to all We shall be glad to receive a visit from the gentleman at any time and will cheerfully refund the 25 cents or send it to him and we will also continue to send him the Roundabout until further notice if he will read it as our object is to spread information among the peo- Â¬ In the meantime the Roundple about will continue business at the same stand even if it surprises our anti railroad friend who is in- Â¬ formed that there are people who favor the road that subscribe for ten twenty and even fifty copies Â¬ The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad will give their annual grand excursion to Old Point Comfort on Monday July 11 1887 The train leaves Lexington at 1145 a m on that day The round trip will only cost 12 from all ticket points on that road and 13 from It all points on the K C road with stop over privileges on the return trip is good for 15 days Â¬ Fs - w f p- - p W The celebrated and only Sam Jones will commence his long meeting near New Castle on Wednesday next July 6 Every arrangement has been made looking to the comfort of the people who may attend A large pavilion has been erected which will seat an audience of several thousand and in which they will be protected from the weath- Â¬ er A dining hall has been put up and provisions can be had at reasonable rates Reduced rates have been secured on all railroads A large crowd will doubtless be present and we hope much good will be dbne looked-forward-to Here is a fine opportunity to enjoy a nice trip bathe in the ocean and have a general good time at small expense Â¬ Â¬ On Friday morning of last week the stable of Mr J S McGill in South Frankfort took fire and would have burned had it not been for the ladies in the neighborhood who gathered in and worked hard and faithfully until the flames were extinguished Mr McGill wishes Us to return his thanks to the ladies for their efforts to save his prop- Â¬ erty Ten Broeck the celebrated race horse belonging to Mr F B Harper died at the Nantura Stock Farm near Spring Station on Tuesday last of apoplexy in his Mr Harper had fifteenth year often said that the horse was not for sale but he would not talk about anything less than 100 000 for him Prices from 200 to 2000 a suit tained will be realized HOES We have all widths Stock fresh and clean For more than thirty nine years IN he was a trusted attache of the UN HATS Anything and everything for men and boys Northern Bank of Kentucky and -I though millions of dollars passed And we can sell lower than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy through his hands not a single ORUTOHER STARKS cent was misused What a record in this day of dishonest bank offi Â¬ Main cers He was in the 88th year of his age having been born in Scotland in December 1799 He came to this country in 1837 and had resided at Lexington since 1845 For more than half a century he had been a member and office- Â¬ bearer in the Presbyterian church By patient industry he had at one time acquired a considerable fortune being the owner of the Ashland House and a large numDO YOU ber of other buildings in Lexing Â¬ ton but in late years he saw the We cant give you that but we will give you the best accumulations of a lifetime swept Gents Shoe for 800 in the city away by reason of his kind hearted 250 indorsements for friends who were ii 200 it Ladies Kid Boot for 2C0 unfortunate in business Without IL 200 a murmer he took up the work of rebuilding his shattered fortunes OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION- with the same cheery confidence ZHZ that had always bejn his characteristic A large stock and prices to snit the times The friend of the poor and needy they will miss him sadly The sturdy defender and advocate of the cause of Christianity the G H MASTIN J C MASTIN religion that he had so long pro- Â¬ fessed was his stay and support in the last sad hour DEALERS IN- Mr Christie was never married and so far as we know had no Fanning implements Field Seeds Buggies Wagons relatives living in this country But his dying bed was surrounded S31 Main HU HARDWARE Aaent for the by kind and loving friends who ministered to his every want GelbtedMelionnickEarvesUDgMachiiie Cos Binders Hsapers s Mowers His funeral was preached at the Second Presbyterian Church LexWE KEEP IN STOCK ington on Tuesday last and his OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES remains followed to their last rest- Â¬ Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes ing place by a large concourse of friends Lawn Mowers Cradles Scythes Sneads At a meeting of the officers of Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers the church it was decided to hold Prices on all implements guaranteed to Jbe as low as same can be bought anywhere a memorial service on Wednesday July 13 and Dr L Beecher Todd was selected to deliver the address Truly a good man has gone to One of the Best Located Evi Â¬ his reward dences in South Frankfort We were grieved and saddened on Tuesday last when we read the notice of the death of our old and trusted friend Wm Christie Esq which took place in Lexing ton on Sunday night last The gentle and unostentations yet the sternly upright old gentleman had always gone so quietly about lifes business that it will be a long time befoie the true measure of the loss that Lexington has susÂ¬ Â¬ WHITE HALL WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A MAMMOTH STOCK OK Clothing Shoes Hats ArPTJT Xr mf LJ nilAVj T c if And prices were never so low Buyers have the ndvmitnge in our house of seeing sto many goods before they buy and dont have to take the choice between one or two things 1 We Blow nil sizes old fit the biggest We fit a the country little fellow 4 years tallest and shortest man A LXj BOUGHT ZFOK CJLSH Street Â¬ Â¬ WANT THE EARTH Â¬ STS ATS HAIS R K MeCLURR -- MASTIN BROS 0 Â¬ Grain BAYWOOD FOR SALE iB it tfV K We notice that the Hon W P Taulbee member of Congress from the Tenth District has been in New York recently on business with gentlemen engaged in the lumber trade and they assured him that the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort railroad would surely be built Now is the time assurance duly sure to make by giving an overwhelming major ity in favor of the subscription by DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Now for a co went up in smoke T2E FINE HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN BOLL Franklin county BAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 15 hands and 3 big kick from insirance b iv k ami liuli hu with a and 2 JO with only a few Jessies Netherland can show a coltsgaittine alreadymune weeksttllbund We would call attention to the and a rich harvest for the lawyers Aggie ling Ills proven to be not have only fine looking but trotters He Is the cheap advertisement of Prof T M TO SERVE A LIM est horse ever stood In Franklin county WILL BE PERMITTED during the season of BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 Buy stallion of announcing the next Ex Gov L P Blackburn has 1887 ut mynumber on cows turnpike one mile foaled 1881 Sired by Harold sire of Maud S Turner Owen farm dam Nata by from Frankfort of Dudley Institute we learn rented the house former- Aggie Jessies Netherland II F H B vol 1 208 Noontide 220U etc sire 1of Abbottsford Woodford Mambrlno 22Uij session 2 dam Lucy by Deys Woodford son of 219 No 807 from the best fumllles of Prof Turners reputation as an ly occupied by Judge Richards his race comes record two of for milk and butter Alexanders Normanby sire of Lulu 2l5Muy whose both a dam thoroughbred son of lm Is as good as that of any breed or family of cattle Queen 220 norted Sovereign 4 educator is growing every year on Shelby street South Side and known He Is of tine size and well formed and Is Alexander by Old St dam bred by the late It a Lawrence In excellent condition Terms for the season The next session will commence will make our city his future due at time of service 5 W L COLLINS L B MAR8HALL home April 9 3m on Monday Sept 5th April su am Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H FOR SALE Frankfort God bless her the DR W and HALL OFFERScorner of Cross HIS and lot on the and Main streets The lot contains about two acres dear spot oh which we were born and the bouse Is In good repair There are apple peach and plum trees In abundance upon th the home of our maturer years place two large pits stocked with Marshal Neil roses and a green house planted with roses and the beautiful hill girt gem of heated with Hitcblngs Improved hot water apparatus Why should she not Kentucky TERMS EASY be in the front rank of live proApply to Dk W H HALL gressive business towns There is no SLA XuIEL earthly reason why We propose God helping us to make her what BUGGIES SURBYS HARNESS AT she ought to be Kentuckys WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1887 AT Mx NO S18LEWISSTREET two miles from Frankfort on the L Louisville indulged in one of queen N R R at THE NEARLY OPPOSITECarriageFARMERS BANK Ky work repaired and her periodical sprees last Saturday J J QUIN 25 TO IN8UBE A HABE IN FOAL Painted16 4m Apr morning in the shape of a 300 Now for the railroad Money due as soon as the fact Is as2ertalned or the mure parted with 000 fire Lots of very fine tobacFARM FOR SALE Feb-26-l- y FOE Â¬ DESIRING TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT I offer my farm of 163 lying on the Lawrenceburg pike three milesacres from jrunKiori ror sale privately at a bargain JE PARRENT 3t June 11 tf Â¬ Never Coal nrmii Firm ESTABLISHED A COAL HAVING RECENTLY we are Frankfort prepared to Campbell Cjeek and other coal on short furnish notice 10 cents iter bushel umce lor me present at H n ui grocery wuere oraers may be left May21 2m McDANIKL AINES 9ywgfttaLaiirM XmrLA ti i -- A JA- il-- c k X maaammammmmmm rjfnryypmmr rT ivy tTKiWtT 11 -- y - FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i JULY 2 1887 Bring every voter to the polls and see that he votes right m Dont let any voter stay away from the polls because it will carry anyhow but just see that it does cany by his help m If you want to hear the hum of The letter boxes under the free Editor Roundabout We sec in your last paper from delivery system which went into operation on yesterday arrived your Bald Knob correspondent TOK1T IE OIjEiT3iT PROPEIETOR We were highly the following on Wednesday last and were put DEALER IN AND MAJUJFAOTUHEB OF- elated to be present at Antioch in their assigned positions t on CHurch last Sunday and hcai MONUMENTS Thursday by Messrs Thos B Napoleon Bonaparte Smith Clerk ITALIAN MARBLE Hcffner and Richard Ferguson of the County Court and Capt RUSTIC TABLETS HEADSTONES who kindly furnished us with the William Bryant President of the Frankfort St John and Jackson AH kinds of stono worlc promptly intended to Estimates furnished on applica list sonville Turnpike Road bloviate tion Correspondence solicited Twenty five boxes have been in opposition to the railroad 238 ANN STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY put up and their locations are as scheme Their arguments were FRANKFORT -- MARBLE WORKS KRANITE Â¬ follows prosperity and the rattle of the NORTH FKANKFORT wheels of trade just do your duty Northeast corner Wapping and by voting for the railroad Wilkinson Southeast corner Broadway and Let eVery laboring man rememWilkinson ber that his vote counts just as Southeast corner Mero and much as any other mans vote Wilkinson Then cast it on the right side Southeast corner Washington A very disastrous fire broke out and Clinton on Tuesday night last in Eliza- Southeast corner Washington Ky destroying about and Main bethtown one fourth of the business portion Northeast corner Wapping and of the town St Clair Southeast corner Main and St WC Bryant Mr Joseph Schroff purchased Clair on Saturday of Mrs Louis Walla Mr G Russell Sneed returned Southeast corner Broadway and sheck the house and lot on St Sunday afternoon from WashingSt Clair Clair street occupied by him for standSoutheast corner Mero and St ton City where he has been Â¬ Â¬ unanswerable We do not know who this dis tinguished literary gentleman is but we advise him hereafter to Such false stick to the truth as this are calculated statements to do his cause more harm than We do not go to church to good discuss railroad matters or politics It is true the matter was mentioned but there was no bloviating by us or any one else that we heard If he goes to church to hatch up such false- Â¬ hoods as that he had better stay at home N B Smith April 2 3m Do jiot fall to examine my stock of Fon Rknt The store in Odd Fel Â¬ hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ lows Temple now occupied by member the place Sam D Johnson A Hahkis Co Possession St Clair Street 39 given June 1st 1887 Apply to Call and see the bargains in white E A FEfiLMHK goods at Sam D Johnson Cos Clin Corporate Committee 39 - V 7ooo cash Clair Â¬ Southeast When the first mail box was put up on the street Thursday morn Ann Northeast ing it is said your Uncle Dick brought his commission home mistook it for a contribution and Ann Tate He will Northeast corner Main and with him few days be assigned to box and deposited a nickle in it duty in a Ann m Ex Attorney General of the We understand that a promNortheast corner Main and United States James Speed of High inent farmer living between this LouisVillc died near that city on Southwest corner Clinton and city and the Forks of Elkhorn Saturday and was buried on Sun- High has cut his wheat the second time day evening last He was AttorNortheast corner Mero and in order to have food for the ney General in Mr Lincolns Cab- High railroad stock soon to be employed on the P G and F railroad inet SOOTH FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Soap for bath and toilet at Chap 34 tf Gavles Parasols and fans in all shades and man Â¬ styles at very low prices at A Harris The Hey wood is the best baby car Â¬ Â¬ St Clair street 39 riage made For sale by R Rogers ing a Civil Service examination 32 Mastin Bros keep the beat machine Office oil Price GO cents per gallon corner Mero and for an appointment as Post 40 Dr W Seeger Dentist No 723 He was so fortunate A job lot of 12 4 m Inspector white qqilts very West Jefferson street Louisville Sam D Johnson Co Ky makes fine gold work a special Â¬ corner Broadway as to secure the position and cheap 40 My white goods stock consists of Judea linen mulls French nainsook in plaids and stripes of every design from the foreign looms You will find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ ris St Clair street 39 Our stock of colored wool dress goods at greatly reduced prices 40 Sam I Johnson Co Parasols at cost at Sam son Co D John Â¬ 40 Fon SAiiE A good second hand piano for sale at a bargain Apply at this office 29 tf C W H Fincel will sell you a nice sweet ham low 36 tf Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs -- 31 il ty Â¬ Northeast corner Second and Lost On Tuesday a package A petition is in circulation to containing a black and white pinBridge change the first magisterial preNortheast corner Second and stripe satteen dress skirt cut out cinct by dividing it up into five and sewed up with ruffle around magisterial districts making South Shelby Finder will please the bottom Corner Main and Third leave at this office and be reward Frankfort one and the North Southwest corner Second and ed 42 2t Side four Â¬ Â¬ If you want to sleep soundly and feel good all over next morn- Â¬ ing dont fail to go to bed with a clear conscience by voting on Wednesday next to have Frank- Â¬ fort join the procession of live towns Remember friends that you owe it to your children to cast a vote that will make for their best interest Come out and vote for the railroad and you can be sure that you have done that much at least Â¬ for them We are requested to announce that the Steamer Hibernia will give a grand excursion which will leave here at 5 oclock p m on to morrow and will proceed to Oregon arriving there at 8 aclock Monday morning Fare for the will be only one dollar round trip Plenty of good music on board Upon a full and fair vote the friends of the railroad are in a large majority but dont let that fact keep any man from polling his own vote Every vote counts and the bigger the majority is the better it will be as it wiil show to Bourbon and Scott counties that we are in dead earnest in this matter v Friends of the railroad now is the time for you to show your faith by your works Spend one day at least in voting yourself and then see that every other legal vote in favor of the railroad is polled Dont let a single illegal vote be cast We can and will carry our proposition but let it be done with perfectly clean hands A fresh lot of syrup of figs just reÂ¬ 1887 33 ceived at Lecompte s Carpenters Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn 39 For Rent Store rooms good South Side Mower the best in the world from location rents low Trimmed and untri mined bonnets Mastin Bros 30 C W H Fincel 41 tf and hats at greatly reduced prices 39 Sam D Johnson Co Water in The best Fresh lot of Shaker preserves at 40 Jas Heeneys You can buy a parasol for cost at the World with ice cream Weitzel 39 3t ODonnells Gayles Hams sides shoulders lard beef veal mutton lamb sausage Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis Â¬ Place your farms and town lots for H Fincels eases mailed free etc at C W sale with Win P Scott He will The Swift Specific Co Drawer 3 41 tf advertise them thoroughly m Atlanta Ga tf Binding twine for reapers for sale by Vote for the railroad Fou Rent House with six rooms 39 Co O R Crutcher and a kitchen stable on the premises Blood Orange Empsons Ginger near City School Apply to Dr Sam D Johnson V Co will sell S Ale and Drennon Water constantly E James you a hat from twenty cents up 33 on tap at W L Jetts South Side 40 m Mastin Bros solo agents for Ken Â¬ 40 m We have just received 50 dozen tucky River Mills hemp binder A Singer sewing machine given white shirts which we will sell at 62A 36 away with soap at W L Jetts twine Call and see them at Weitzel cents Fon Rknt A two story frame Greshams old stand 40 39 3t AODomiells m residence with five rooms and cellar I just purchased a large stock of Orders for Drennon Water received on the corner of Logan ami Campbell 40 silks and will offer them at very low at W L Jetts South Side streets Gas in the house and water m m j Every prices Call and see them Buy your binding for reaping in the yard Apply to W C Hern Mr Russell Sneed having been yard guaranteed at A Harris St machines of O R twine don Crutcher Co appointed Inspector of Post offices Clair street 39 39 m the other young men in the post White dress flannels tricote and Sam D Johnson k Co have a job office go up a peg Mr Thos sponge cloths at Sam D Johnson lot of lr white quilts that they are When Baby waa rick wo gare her CaatorU 39 Brislan becoming assistant post- Cos selling at low figures 39 When she wh a Child she cried for Caatoria Mr Lawrence A Went master Laces Laces Laces When she became Miss she clang to Castoria For hats and bonnets A Harris returns to his old place in the When she had Children aha gare them Caatoria Medieia Torchon Val Chantilla Emporium is headquarters 39 office Antique and the largest assorted stock For Scotch ginghams satteen bat Â¬ of Hamburgs just received at A HarÂ¬ We would call attention to the iste and lawns call at A Harris St 39 ris St Clair street Syrup of Figs advertisement of Mr H H Wat- Â¬ Clair street m 39 Fou Sailor Hats Sailor hats at All goods in our millinery depart Â¬ Manufactured only by tho Califor Â¬ son Cashier of the Deposit Bank St Clair 20 cents go to A Harris nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco calling a special meeting of stock- Â¬ ment at reduced prices Cal is Natures Own True Laxa 39 street 39 Sam D Johnson Co holders in that institution tive It is tho most easilv taken Co keep a full Sam D Johnson and the most pleasantly effective We regret to learn that Judge line of P D and Thompsons Glovo Dr W M Seeger Dentist makes remedy known to cleanse the system teeth without plates and gold crowns when bilious or costive to dispel 39 A E Richards has removed with Fitting Corsets on roots a specialty No 723 West headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion his family to Louisville and will Smoke the White Wing Cigar at JefTer jon street Louisville Ky etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 37 0m LeCompteA Carpenters reside in that city in the future 30 3m bottles by Chapman fc Gayle tf Logan Corner Cross and Murray Corner Todd and Logan Corner Todd and Shelby Corner Cross and Shelby Corner Steele and Campbell Corner Cross and Conway The carriers are Messrs Thomas Hearn Geo B Thomson and James Tobin who went on duty on yesterday The rounds will be arranged so as to best facilitate business Dont let everybody commence kicking all at once if everything dont work smoothly Give the boys a chance and they will be accommodating and po- Â¬ lite A word of warning just here The new letter boxes are the property of Uncle Sam The smart alecks who usually think that they must show off when anything new is up had better remember that it dont pay to go monkeying with Uncle Sams business Hands off Vabum sap ply to For Rent -- Two cottages M John Ap Banta Cheap W Meat Meat Cheap Cheap H Fincels Coffee reduced 2A Meat At C cents a pound at 40 My corsets for 40 cents can not be Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R beat in the world for the price Call Rogers they aro the best in the and see them at A Harris St Clair market 32 street 39 MATTEKNN host Photographs m Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid of all sizes reduced to hall price gloves hosiery and collars and cuffs m R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ 39 Sam D Johnson Co age manufactured the Heywood In my dress goods stock you will 32 find some of the choicest materials in The Heywood baby carriage the all shades and patterns Therefore ii best made for sale at R Rogers 32 you wish to purchase examine my stock before going elsewhere Re Â¬ Sheriffs Notice member the place A Harris St Clair street 39 The tax books for Franklin wishing to carry any stook county are now in my hands and Not over for fall I offer to the publio all persons are notified to come my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ forward and settle their taxes for tions and millinery at such reduced the year 1887 The new revenue rates that will guarantee satisfac Â¬ law requires me to collect and pay tion Taerefore it will be to your over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ interest to come and examine my fore the first day of September next and all not paid by that time stock and be convinced will have six per cent and costs A HABRIS St Clair Street 39 added as a penalty J W Gaines Sheriff LOOK - 30 3m 4 Frankfort Ky April 21 J Heeneys Ma iiiitatChipmtn Â¬ m J H ttLLdX4yuLjLlilm I- - iicki pL J ljggiijigl 1 jjSfP 1IONORAII1P 1 Â¬ 1 rBffU Mffiy yyggU yjfo Â¬ Girls I Ma Baker 5835 2 Maggie 3 Bertha Talbott 563 During the stssion of the State Smith 579 Charlie Ahlei Pinkie Boys 590 Teacher Association at Louis Mnttern 581 2 Hook Grjy 2581 3 ville on the 7th 8th and 9th of John McGill 579 lit V Jv m r ft r 6 Ik Ik- l - It r V Ttr liv iff fe V i ir 6 a- fe r M It I i Let i u hope the colored people will attend which stand equal to any in the their own meetings where they State of the same grade may have an opportunity of obtaining the genuine old time free Editot Roundabout Allow me space through the salvation 8 LKNA I YNCH TEACHER of the July the headquarters cohimtis of the Roundabout to GRADE Jamqs Butcher 75 years old is say a few words in reply to a com- Â¬ District will Grand Honors Eleventh Educational Girls I Sallie Moore 594 2 Ora very sick at his residence on the munication signed by a Mr Lane be at theFifth Avenue Hotel South Side Soottow 586 3 Nellie Burns 581 I hardly ever stoop so low as to Regular examination of teachers Boys 1 1 nomas laylor 5805 2 rrahK answer articles coming from the Sam Gaines 569 on the 3d and 4th Saturdays in Stanley 570 3 It is disgusting to stand around source that one did but to set HONOKABIK MEMIUN July the depot and hear the hotel por- Â¬ myself right before the good peo Firestone Annie Girls 580 2 Let every teacher in the county Mamie Kelly 5725 3 Jeauie Moore ters curse the passengers because ple of Frankfort I shall be comthey get whom they please to haul pelled to stoop to conquer be in Louisville on the 7th 8th 570 3Lulie Nelsnii 570 Boys 1 Leslie Bagby S63 2 Thomas their baggage The Buhr Hotel and 9th of July First I want to say the writer Grant 562 3 Thonnii Dilger 559 porter abused one of the members of the article ailed to tell me the Thinking it would be of inter- GRADE 9 NANNIE LEE BROWDER TEACH of the Louisville Quartette and the meeting until after ER est to the parents and give pleasthreatened to whip him just be- Â¬ object of Again this young dude service Grand Honors ure to the children we have pro cause he did not let him haul his manners than Maggie Woodson 599 I Lillie cured through the kindness of Girls de- should learn better Mary Ettie Smith baggage both from and to the Lainpson 599 and catch to my Prof Browder a complete and He hauled it once and re- Â¬ to come my coat pulpitand request Nellie Knight 599 2 Ida Dry pot 599 tail carefully prepared report of honors den 5985 2 Mamie Magill 598 3 Emily ceived his price for it and cursed hold of me to make an appointment for conferred at the late examination Coleman 597 the stranger because he would not Walter Coins 592 2 Joe He should his literary society of the city school We hope the Boys employ him again Church Jones 589 have had better raising but I will teachers will adopt the Norwood 591 3 county HONORABLE MhitflON plan in their schdols the coming Miss Hattie Britton of Lexing excuse him this time on his prom- Â¬ Nellie Sacra 596 2 Julia Gills ise to do better the next Haidm 594 3 Mattie Mauill 592 3 ton is visiting her cousin Miss I would also say to this young Nannie Morgan 592 FRANKIOkr IllllIC SCHOOL S I I1ROW Florence Yeiser of this city Boys I Uerbeit Stanley 588 2 Al son that I was one of the prime UERiSUlT Stanley 585 3 Sam Hughes 583 ExantiitMfon for Trartsferlo Higher Grades bert Railroad objector I dont want movers in the convention that apGRADE IO FIRST DIVISION SUE A JEN Ks pointed the committee to wait on any more railroad in mine Jiine 1887 KINS TEACHER loyer Why dont you the Legislature and ask the pas K HONORS GRADE A GRAND ANNA Railroad Grand Honors IAVNE TEACHUR sage of a bill to establish a State want the railroad Girls 1 Minnie Baker 588 1 Sallie Minnie I made the Girls feMpy Urowder 94 Obj Cause it makes taxes too Normal School Duke 588 2 Mollie Graham 583 3 Cox oil I speech for the committee to His high Katie Lindsey 5 65 HUgh Rodman 94 2 Howard Bovs John Rogers 600 2 Joseph R R How much taxes do Excellency Gov Knott I only Dehoney 87 2 Willie Davis 87 3 Newton 598 3 Bennie Newhouse 583 mention this to show this young PhythujivSaflcll 83 you pay HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION fellow my heart was in the work I dont know Obj Girls I Mattie McClure 559 2 Es i VfilkiGreen77 R R Well how much did The position he occupies is not a tella McEnnis 548 3 Lavinia Peters GRADE I ANNA K PAYNE TEACHER very honorable one since his ig- Â¬ you pay last year S38 Edwin Kagan 578 2 Dick Boys Gratia Honors None norance of the standing of public Obj Girls 1 Addie Hawkins 92 2 Mamie Wells 564 3 Ernest Johnson 563 Some of the re- Â¬ R R Year before last men is so plain McEvaur 83 3 Lorena Young 81 3 GRADE IO SECOND DIVISION MARGARET None marks of this scribbler are so low Obj Maud South 81 TFACHLR A LEWIS I am How much property do I shall not reply to them R R Boys Albert McClure 96 2 Willie Grand Honors Bauta 92 2 Haner Uohannan 92 3 too well known in Kentucky to you own Girls I Hattie McClure 599 2 Mary John Reading 88 3 Edward Gaines 88 Obj Lets see Three dogs pay much attention to every little 596 K Miles 596 2 Alice Haden HONORABLE MENTION c one pig two shoats a musket pop gun that jumps up for notori- Â¬ V Annie Keenon 587 Rose Caplinger 77 2 Pearl Girls Boys 1 Charlie Hunt 599 2 Price watch and pistol But my watch ety I would say to this wonder- Â¬ Johnson 74 3 Maggie Branch 69 Taylor 598 3 Darsie Furr 596 Boys 1 Harry Stafford 83 2 Willie dont run any more I broke the ful literary giant of Frankfort if HONORABLE MENTION Morris 81 3 Howard Gaines 79 3 Lost the cylinder he loves the cause of education so 1 Ina Goins 585 2 Bessie winding chain Girls Owen Furr 79 3 Martin Hardin 79 of my pistol dearly accept the following prop- Â¬ Goodwin 583 3 Adele Conway 573 GRADE 2 JUIIA R TODD TEACHER Boys I Charlie Bright 594 2 ClarR R How much were they osition from me If he will donate Gran J Honor ence Rogers 593 3 John Rake 591 assessed at one month of hjs insignificant sal Girl- s- I Lizzie Crutcher 92 Ada GRADE IO THIRD DIVISION SALLIE T whole bill of my tax ary tovard building the road to Obj The Rupe Q22Ljllie Cain 8i 1 Rebecca RAILEY TEACHEfc was 200 and I aint paid that the Normal School I will give one 83 Johnson 83 3 Emma McCauley A Class Grand Honors 3 Ella Newhouse 83 yet month of my salary which will George Weitzel 92 2 Minus Boys 1 Cordelia Bull 595 2 Maggie Girls R R Why not amount to about six times his Williams 87 3 George Browder 80 Merchant 5905 2 Bettie Newhouse 590 Obj Cause I cant get no Now sir put up or else shut up HONORABLE MENTION 3 Katie Merchant 581 Boys 1 Pat Bohannan 590 2 Willie work and coal is so high This is my first time to notice ar1 81 Gills I Mabel Ellis Nellie McPherson 586 Goodwin 81 2 Mary Sawyier 78 2 Alice Magill 588 3 James R R Well come lets vote ticles published by unknown parB Class Taylor 78 for the new road It will bring ties or men occupying positions of Tlios Hutchinson Boys 2 76 Girls l Louise Maus 557 I work and money too a low and degrading nature Andrew Norwood Boys 1 Bluford Fans 596 2 Jos 75 3 Robert Nor Â¬ I believe I will suppose I have said enough Well Obj wood 74 Edwin Dryden 572 Staten 578 3 Chat I Class GRADK 3 SARAH A BELL TEACHER just once for luck I see now it I am willing to do as much and 1 Grand Honors Hattie Moyers 600 2 Mamie will help me so I am going to give as much to complete the road Girls Louise Drane 597 2 Annie Norwood 5805 3 Kittie Wells 560 Girls vote for it if I dont uncle Zeke as any other minister in Frankfort Boys 1 Willie Poole 598 I Norman McGill 596 3 Eva Macklin 594 So far as my ability is concerned 597 is a widower Willie Gayle 567 2 John Miles 598 2 Campbell Johnson Boys I suppose I have forgotten more 2 Clarence Wilson 597 Bull 565 2 Robert Gray 3 565 County Superintendent The closing exercises of the than this young dude ever knew or Michael Murphy 551 Colored Public School of this city ever will know HONORABLE MENTION But an empty Citi- - at the First Baptist Church on wagon always makes a great deal Annie Abraham 593 l Net Among the Colored Girls zens tie Davidson 593 ISadie Grant 593 Thursday eve June 16th reflected of noise Thou art weighed in 2 Mary Yagel 5Oj 3 Bonnie Hocker much credit upon the principal the balance and found wanting smith 589 3 Vergie Nelson 589 3 BV PEPPER POD and his efficient corps of teachers Georgia Payne 589 Yours for common sense 1 Hughes Mpore 547 2 Willie Boys The essays declamations songs E Evans Mrs G H Burks left the city Rodman 543 3 Chas Taylor 536 Monday to spend the summer etc were delivered in such ele- Â¬ GRADE 4 MINNIE BELL TEACHER Bald Knob with her mother in Columbus Ky gant style that one would almost Grand Honors J a high suppose he was attending Girls Sadie Taylor 590 2 Maggie Very warm and dry Miss Lucy T Moore is visiting commencement instead of a com- Â¬ Culler 589 3 Hallie Evans 586 Mrs Joe Grassland mon school McKee Heftier 589 I Pryse her aunt Boys Corn is twisting up into strings The graduates H Burks Misses Magletta Tavlor and Cordie Congleton 589 I1 Richard Henry 589 mother of Rev G Mr James Graves will preach 1 John Gayle 589 2 Willie Pattie near Columbus Ky Willis and Mr Geo Halleck at the Knob school house on Sun 587 3 James Batita 583 3 Stmuul Whitehead 583 Horace Jenning son of were presented with graduating day Died HONORABLE MENTION certificates from the Common Jenning aged 6 years Amanda Mr T T Arnold and wife and Neva McCoy 584 2 Ada Girls Schools of this city by Mr DenMr Robert Brown janitor of nis Strange 573 3 Cecile McEwan 570 L Haly Chairman of the Mr C Foster and wife were vis the City Hall and Miss Emily Board of Trustees 3 Mattie CrockeU 570 iting Mr Eli McDaniel last Sun - Boys 1 Lleswellyn Peyton 572 2 Mason Robertson of South Frankfort day Brown 569 rff Hugh Finnel 554 The progress made by the were married on the 2 2d by Rev MEYVAN TEACHER GRADE 5 MARY L Belle Urban returned Miss school each year is greater than G H Burks Gratid Honors many realize and the parents and home yesterday from a two Girls I Maggie Daniel 5922 May The Salvation Army we learn friends of this school would afford weeks visit to friends in Shelby BohaniitrnT 573 - Mira Wiard 569 has closed its doors on or against themselves much pleasure should county Boys iCon Murphy 592 2Wilje of Frankfort they take the time to visit it while Bull 577 2t Willie Lamson 577 3 the colored citizens Mr George t Hoovers youngest since they have rented their hall it is in session and see the chil- Â¬ John Green 576 3 Edgar Suter 576 child has been very sick for two HONORABE MENTION We are truly glad that Christ did dren at their work weeks Is some better now Girls i liucy Freeman 566 2 Janie not belong to the tambourine The interest manifested by the Dehoney 554 2 Mary Nelson 5545 close communion Salvation Army parents and friends shown by the Hot or cold once every week 3 Mamie Cryrir 542 Ben If he had belonged to it no col- large attendance at the closing ex- Â¬ 2 Boys iVrSani7lJrbwn58 comes wash day Why wear the ored man could have been saVed Keenou 562 3 Thomas Rodman 561 new The ercises gives pupils energy to the body and soul out of your wife or OUipEA WIARD TEACHER unless he was out of doors GRADE teachers and daughter by making therrt use an Grand Honors colored people of the city can en present were old wash board when you can Eliza ter the Christian Episcopal Bap2 Among those 596 Girls I OlqaDjpks Spaulding 59S 3 Mary Morris 591 Presbyterian and Messrs D L Haly and W S save them time labor and money Lorena Newhouse 59IJ 3 Adelma tist Methodist 3 by using the guaranteed clothes Catholic churches and hear the Dehoney members of the Board Crutcher 591 j Sold only by Gray washer Boys I Charlie Abraham 593 2 word of God and the story of the of Trustees Supt S P Browder Lindsey 587 T Rogers 587 2D Earl 41 N Crutcher Prof Peter Church cross but the negro Irishman and Mr 3 Frank Dailey 583 H Clark of Cincinnati and Rev Jews cannot enter the sanctum HONORABLE MENTION The Queen City Vapor Stove Eugene Evans of Frankfort Girls I Annie Coleman 588 2 Susie sanctorum of the Salvation Army The address by Rev Evans to has all the improvements known I perceive Kavanaugh 585 3 Mildred Moore 583 Says the apostle Peter Boys 1 Fred Nickel 582 2 Ralph that God is no respecter of per- Â¬ the school was grand and enno- to the trade The best is the Jones 581 3 Roy Williams 579 3 sons We think the women had bling displaying quite a love for the cheapest 442t Howard Belts 579 better stay atjiome and take care education of youth and at the AVNA SULLIVAN TEACHER GRADE 7 Saves labor clothes backache of the babied and let the men same time highly commending the i Grand Hons salva Board of Trustees Superintendent worry time and money the won- Â¬ for the Girls I Jennie Hardiij 596 2 Julia preach the gospel McClUre 594 3 Cinhie ThcobaW tion these women are preaching and Teachers for their efficient derful clothes washer Sold only Jj Lfoiae Djiiiel 591 work in behalf of the by Gray Church hardware mer- Â¬ Boyjrrfcar JCagan 5965 2 Gotthold will not save negroes or Irishmen and earnest We school Frankfort has two schools chants 41 Away with such a religion mgla fitis 3 red Johnson 591 EDUCATIONAL MENTION Â¬ Â¬ PURELY VEGETABLE It act with extraordinary Rcaey on th Â¬ Â¬ J - TIVEIt KDNEYS and AN EFFECTUAL Bowels FOR 1 Â¬ SPECIFIC 1 1 1 Bowel Complaints Malaria Dyspepsia Sick Headache BUlonsness Constipation Jaundice Kidney AffocUons CoUe Mental Depression 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho Household Should be Without It and by befngkept ready for Immedlateuse will save many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in time find doctors bills THERE IS BUT -- ONE SIMM0N8LIVERREGUIAT0R on 1 Boy-sl- - JHZEILIN PMIsdelphla Pi SsoftatyoiifsttlwgtnulnewMh red Z Prepared only by front of Wrapper CO PRICK Sole Proprietor eUOO 1 Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE 1 OHIO 1 IN FRANKFORT KY 1 SATURDAY JULY SATURDAY JULY BLEEDING 2 1887 30 1887 BLIND or ITCHING Â¬ 1 One 1000 Thousand Dollars Cured absolutely given to sufferer or any charity he may designate any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BRINK- for ERHOFF SYSTEM 1 NO KNIFE IS USED I NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED 1 Â¬ Â¬ FISTULA IN ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing 1 ULCERATION Of CATARRH the bowel cured 1 1 Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Â¬ larly for nearly three years and the many cures he has made among the wealthy and Influential citizens are 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 Erankfort Ky A 1 Â¬ Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Ky J H McKenzle Versailles Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 376 West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week EXCEPT PBIDAI8 AND SATURDAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ dressing 1 1 W B I KELLEY M IX 0 376 West Seventh St Dec 26 ly Cincinnati CONSULTATION FREE 1 Â¬ Franklin County FARM FOR SALE SELL ON JULY 9TH 10 WILL M on the premisesTHE Collins1887 ATsitÂ¬ the farm uated nine miles northeast or Frankfort near the Peaks Mill pike It contains ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY SEVEN ACRES all In grass and abundant water a good house of seven rooms spring house buggy house a One barn and 200 fruit trees on the place Also twenty seven head of cattle fllty head of stock hogs seven head of horses a variety of fowls a lot of oats a good buggy wagons farming Implements housenold and kitchen furniture Easy terms For Informa Â¬ tion apply to C E COLLINS 4 BRO Frankfort Ky June 11 td 3- Â¬ NEW PLANING MILL Â¬ J Is M First WAKEFIELD ClRSS Hkvingreoentljr added to his Establishment Planing Mill of now prepared to furnish all kinds Â¬ ALSO Si Scroll Work Stair Work I Turning Gotten out In the best style X M Uil I j f r Eiiiiu mini iMiftiiifti uy- - JSmj - iVi LJ h iL Uxjmwmm fcWlVkti MJ JjAliijAX5XlWWA t 11 i JCXfW- - H - isS PlZK4lmti li Mews - 7- - Forks of Elktiorn Vote for the railroad Mrs Sarah Featherton is quite sick Dry rain corn and gardens needing Sunday school every Sunday at the school house 3 oclock p m Miss Sallie Warren closed her night school last Tuesday We announced in last weeks Mr Will Allen of Shelby Roundabout Mrs Mary Jenkins county is here visiting relatives had lost her sucking calf It was Mr Cass South knew nothing supposed to have been stolen but about the fire until it was all over such proved not to be the case Strong talk of buying an engine Last Wednesday morning it was found in a culvert in this place and organizing anre brigade alive and all right with the exMessrs Lindsay and Chinn had ception of a few bruises caused a fme audience at Switzer by its trying to extricate itself Mr W C Macklin of Frank- from its subterranean quarters fort was the guest of Mr John This was the tenth day of its absence and of course had neither Murphy this week The bridge at this place over tasted food nor water during that North Fork ereek is by no means period Masters John and Willie Bull a credit to Franklin county It is ugly and getting so of Frankfort and Ernest Parrent very old shaky that it is dangerous for a of this place receive the honors for the finding of and extricating heavy load to pass over it Misses Mattie Greenup and his calfship The Sunday School picnic at the Mertie Gwinn spent last Sunday Franklin Church last Wednesday in Frankfort be quite enjoyable Franklin county expects every proved to If young ladies and gentlemen man to do his duty on the 6th of July Not only vote for the rail- knew how annoying it was to othroad yourself but influence others ers to have to endure their misconto vote for it Show Bourbon duct at public gatherings in and Scott counties that we are in many instances choosing the solearnest bv rolling up a big major- - emn worship of their Creator as a time and place for spoit we are ity certain they would at least reform About half past three oclock the Ice cream is so good on last Saturday morning between frame building situated Picnic dinners not all free North and South Fork bridges Mr Jacob Williams has been on and owned by Mr James Gallihue in the sick list several days during was discovered to be on fire and an incredibly short timethe whole the past week The structure was in flames Mr WillSharp of Georgetown of the house was occu- spent the week visiting friends in lower part pied by Col Ike Wingate as a this section grocery and clothing establishvisit Mr J W Jenkins ment When the citizens arrived to Ripyville recently madea at the scene the fire had made such progress that no attempt was made to save anything and all was dePea Ridge stroyed Every effort was now Wheat all cut made to save the bridge spanning north Fork creek which was Grass cutting in progress in flames but for a while already Gardens all needing rain it looked as if all attempts would Mr and Mrs Will Tracy visited prove Tutile so fierce was the and imflammable their daughter Mrs J Graves in heat and so dry the material of which it was con- Shelby last Sunday j -Â¬ K Wade of Ripyville looked in on us the first of the week Rev Mr Farris pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church Frankfort will preach at the Frarjk lin Presbyterian Church to morrow at 3 oclock p m Mrs Rebecca Crockett had the misfortune to have eight of her sheep killed by dogs last Tuesday ing drunken sots either going or JACOB 8WIOERT F V GRAY returning Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ after a most Finally structed vigorous effort on the part of the young men both bridges were rescued from destruction and the fire was confined to the house in We understand which it begun Mr Wingate has an insurance of about 1000 on his goods while Mr Gallihue holds a policy of 400 on the house This is the third time within thirty months that Mr Gallihue has been burnt out Mrs Mollie Quire who was sick last week has recovered The friends of improvement and progress are requested to meet at the school house Monday night to make final arrangements and hear the report of transportation committee preparatory to making a grand movement on the oppos ing lines next Wednesday All citizens t who believe in making the county better than we found it are earnestly invited to attend Â¬ Bridgeport it i Mr Pete Quire accompanied Water scarce by Mr Polk Tracy went to Harp Vegetation suffering for want of to cut wheat rain The Ridge correspondent had Schofield and the pleasure of an interview with Mr Jas M daughter Miss Pearl of Bagdad the Bridgeport correspondent last have been visiting in our village Monday The B C has always this week been in favor of education imThe wheat has about all been provement and progress So of course he is solid on the railroad stacked Query Which side question Clover hay all harvested for or againstEditor Mrs Nettie Reib and children Capt Will Tracy armed with left for Beaver Lick Boone county last Monday where they several copies of the Roundabout Beech Ridge on a miswill remain for some time visiting visited Thanks to Mrs Reib sionary expedition He talked relatives for subscribing for the RounDA- - railroad and distributed the Roun dabouts Will believes the best BOUT way to destroy enemies is to make Mrs Jane Grigsby is visiting them friends friends in Shelbyville Mr C Boucher went to Lex Regular services at Evergreen ington Wednesday to be examined to day a 2 p m and to morrow by U S Board of Physicians for at 1 f oclock a m pension purposes Mr Robert B Jenkins of Frankfort people deserve great Louisville visited his mother credit for the peace and good Mrs Mary Jenkins in this place order which prevailed in the city last Saturday and Sunday last Sunday It is favorably comMr J H Bailey has returned mented on here Quite a number home from a two weeks visit to of our people attended service at Louisville the various churches last Sunday M Schofield and B and were not annoyed by stagger Messrs F Â¬ - Mr Willie Hoard of Middle town Jefferson county who has v666koTB to F C Hughes been visiting his sister Mrs Joe Tracy returned home last week You see I was goin along St FRANKFORT KY Clair street and stopped to price a Representing1 the following Staunch Companies bureau The price was pretty steep and I said so Then Joe HXERPL AND LONDON globe 62196 16713840 Staten said that if there was ilmlaTrance 11137900 8926740 another railroad running into NORTHERN UNION COMMERCIAL 8865370 Manchester Frankfort he could sell me the NCASHIRE 4853837 4910483 gjffij bureau for two or three dollars CONNECTICUT haotbd 4754342 Hertford 1974750 When we come out on the less 1918432 1810273 street Bill Dehoney was there UKIKN r Hnrtfnrrt 1651953 CENTRAL 8t and both him and Joe talked rail- Â¬ AMERICAN BREMEN 1172793 HAMBURG Germany 1023694 road cheap freight and how 100266503 another railroad would improve I always liked them Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING trade Now 18 two fellows and do yet but wasnt June ly guing to let them pursuade me to an vote a tax for the railroad and so wasside offensive partisan taking 50 REWARD no but observing strict neu- Â¬ told them Just then Dr Will Phythian and some one else come trality on the railroad and other ON WEDNESDAY NIGUT0l JUNE 15TH A aDoUt bJaersetSmLye8 was hands one along and he said what a good questions hndJoot stolen from If this column has ever inter S1VJ1ih 2 I1168 Midway 1 will pay a reward of thing for business another railroad M0 for the return the If it sion and conylctlon ofof themare and the apprehenthief would be Then I began to ested you I am glad LISTER WITHER8PO0N Midway Ky suspect them and studied the mat offended I am sorry It was July2 2t I ask pardon Make business better unintentional over ter If you have seen anything writ What business Then I saw the ten here that resembles you keep whole lay out its just this way NOTICE TO BUILDERS Railroads kill and cripple by car-Â¬ your own counsel and remember loads Thats where Bill Phythian that though one sin makes a sinPROPOSALS WILL BE He gets paid for doc- Â¬ ner one feature does not make a SEALED at the Auditor office Frank comes in face But he toring them till they die for To the Roundabout corres fort Ky of the rebuilding of the east workshop aint done with them yet for pondents I tender my sincere re- Â¬ 9thrat 12 m the penitentiary until July being the coroner he holds an Plans and specifications can be inquest on them and gets paid for gards and to you gentle reader the office of C J Clarke architect been at corner courtesy I am so much of Fourth and Green street Louisville that Then he turns them over to whose please indebted accept my best and at the Wardens office In Frankfort to Joe and Bill to be buried wishes Right reserved to reject anyor all Lids for your welfare Fare Thats where they come in and well FAYETTE HEWITT Auditor and Secretaiy Board of Dheitors when they get through you bet P S I have just received a let- Â¬ there aint nothing more to be made Its a very pretty little ter from Mr H Wilson of Ala- Â¬ Deposit Bank of Frankfort partnership and I wontt be cer- bama giving a most vivid account tain that there aint a druggist in of a Confederate night assault on There will be a speriil meeting of the the gang I know I saw one the Federal lines near Culpepper Stockholdersof the Deposit Hank of Frank looking down the street at us as we in which our old friend Zeke took fort held at its offire in this citv on Satur day 23 1S87 the were talking I dont believe in part Also an amusing incident 10 a July and 12 m between upon hours of m to vote the So of in which Zeke was mixed up the ceptance or rejection ol the piovisions ac no such doings as that of night before the attack on Hook Â¬ an act entitled An Act to amend the course Im agin the tax of ers flank by Stonewall Jackson revenue lawsso of the theCommonwealth the Kentucky Give me a chew of tobacco far as at Chancellorsville which I shall taxation of banks and banksame affects capital Dont use the nasty stuff hand to the editor to use at his H II Wa ison If it was nasty you would be discretion Cashier Once more farewell just the man that would use it Frankfort Ky June 29 1887 4t Cradles scythes stones hay Quite a uumberof farm hands told the writer that certain citi- forks hoes rakes and handles at zens who ought to know better hard pin prices at Gray rUE LUMBER FIRM OF WAKEFIELD told them that if the people voted Churchs hardware merchants t1 Westat rankfort has been dissolved and iSf TsWesf BOes out ot tne James M the tax farm hands wages would Wakefield will conduct the business as m and he ulone is authorized to collectheretofore debts due not be more than seven dollars Buckley has exclusive sale of thes tirrannd will pay all ItsMdebts In niakinir th announcement James per month Wakelleld takes this occasion to return his thunks to the public tor their liberal patronage extended heretofore Let us look at the matter the Queen City Gasoline Stove and solicits a continuance of public contldenee Some of the men who closely and patronage JAMES M WAKEFIELD started the report employ a num Hello 0d fellow Whats June 25 1 in ber of men on their farms and for I never fear of the railroad reducing the matter with you FARM FOR SALE saw anyone fleshen up like you wages they wish to get their em AT A Now have done ployees to vote against it dont you know that if a new rail- boy Thats easy enough told old I have been having a good road would reduce wages they are time eating beef and other gpod THE FARM OF THE LATE JAS M LEWIS just the men who would vote it Frankfort Vi1100 aaea MK n themiles from meats furnished by that clever fel about 4ft Wasnt it rather an unfair ad- low Mack Salyers Tell you and Flat Creek turnpikegood house containing f Frankfort There Is a room on premises also all vantage the bar keepers took on what is the fact he dont make outbuildings the good well ana cisternnecessarr a yard and an abundance of stock water in the the prohibs Waited till the very much fuss and brag about farm about of on the grass reservoir exploded and the water selling so awful cheap but he the balance wellthe land Is well set in Is alsoand timbered There a gave out and then shut up their goes right along selling the best good apple orchard on the placeon the premises F PP Information call to Jelt Lewis saloons on Sunday so that they article at the lowest rate And orJune 181hi in Bellepolnt jefF LEWIS couldnt get whisky thats whats the matter with me Kentucky is noted for fast 4i 3t Grocery and Bar Room Our people can assist horses BORN very much in developing speed if FOR SAJLiE To the wife they will throw the wrapping day last a sonof Mr James Whltehouse on Mon paper off their purchases on the Near Benson this county on Tuesday June 28 A 1887 to Mr W D McChesneyund wife a daughter roads after leaving town TO CLOSE DESIRING entire stock OUT MY BUSINESS I of groceries and liquor piece of white paper blowing bargain Wlll sell at cost ZDtri 1887 aa th Htvtr mint tialn k- - 11 TURNPIKE NOTICE aposs the road is a first rate thing time Come and secure a banmlii tov increase the speed of a horse P A FiHS JACOB SWIGERT CO GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS - 6Karii Â¬ r 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DISSOLUTION r- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Stockholders of the St Johns and JacksonI have kept the faith ville Turnpike held at the store of R L Grin- stead In Belle Point on Saturday July 9 1887 Iscatiot for the election of a board of five directors By W C BRYANT order of the board I desire nothing but peace President June 26 2t THE HOUSES AND LOTS FRONTING ON Bonaparte J88136 as the Louisville Turnpike In For American liberty I am faith- NOTICE to TEACHERS South Frankfort andfollows TJe bc uiHS and lot now occupied by S C Bull Benedict Arnold ful unto death l north o J adjoining Col hmse FOR POSITIONS A8 TEACHERS Subletts lot and Petrified birds singing petrified in the Colored Public Schoo will be examined by 3 The vacant lot adjoining the last named lot u Board of Examiners on TUESDAY JULY 6th For particulars inquire of Dr Sam James or songs rjoe Midhattan 1887 at 10 oclock a m at the Public Colored JOHN B LINDSEY railroad tax is voted School Building By theWBoard of Trustees MayaB an If the S DEHONEY Secy Julya lm farm hands wages will be down to Franklin County NEW TRANSFER LINE 7 per month Prophet 1 passenger and valise or The above are well known to satchel 25 cents 1 passengegand 1 trunk 35 cents me and are all truthful reliable gen- Â¬ 1 passenger and 2 trunks 50 cents 2 passengers and 1 trunk 50 cents Baron Munchausen tlemen TWENTY THIRD SEMI ANNUAL SES-- 2 passengers and 2 trunks 60 cents I indorse Munchausens state- Â¬ THE of this school will begin Children 6 yean old and under 9 will be charged 6 cento in addition to above ment Ananias Monday Sept 12 1887 several children charges will be Where there are reasonable Â¬ THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE June 4 2t FOR BALK Â¬ A- - Duffiey institute Â¬ Gentle reader the Pea Ridge scribe steps down and out with this issue of the Roundabout but an abler and better pen will record the stirring events of the Ridge You are my witness that I never Baggage will be transferred In wagon Fishing parties picnics Ac Turner will hare charge of the attention at reasonable rates will receive prompt Primary Department Terms per session of Orders may bejeft at the Telephone Exchange twenty weeks Holmes Hallorans Drug Store Blue WlngOf 37 50 floe and A H Waggoners Grocery Store on Classical Department Broadway 25 00 Intermediate Department W B LUCXETT Telephone 81 20 00 Primary Department Orders may be left at Telephone Exchange May 28 Sm T M TURNER Prin jy2 2m Mrs T M 4 i lO Vj4 JWrfi7 JffTfT it fffrtv fmrif i I - tTf kiwh vr w i- ii V V fV- - J2L PRANKPORT ROUNDABOUT describe v a Letter from Lucifer cum CobriSKiN Cakkoil Co 1 v Yo- - 1Mlt June 1887 f fi i K Times nremightjhard on Coon The blackberries are hardly shaped and the last hog jowl has been shipped from Worthville to Frank- Â¬ fort to feed the Yankees in Caw I hope it may choke them formy craw is often empty and pocket too I promised to Dic tate tenrlsof conditional surrender to the Re a publican party in August should I fail tq geta share of the public A few plunder at Frankfort for Frank- weeks ago I struck out tort on loot to make a compro mise on a financial basis When I got as far as Bald Knob a- bjg bully strode out of a boxen which is used for feeding hogs holding courts and keeping school It happened lo be on a primary election day and the hog house was filled with men and whisky How roUch does it take for a stranger to cast a vote here I asked the big bully for I would have given my right eye for a long and steady pull from the big jug Heres a dollar its the last I have as he pressed the coinjnto my palm But who is running and who will I vote for I asked Duvall You vote for Dr is a Radical James Andrew Scott Right then Mr Scott came up and shook my two hands and asked me how was the old lady I told him I had and children none Dut was going to rranKiorc to get some help from the State Treasury Then a little man with a smiling face took me aside and slipped two dollars into my hand telling me in a whisper that there wis not a red left in the Treasury nor would be until after August do the square Now he said thing and vote for Mr Scott This was my first Republican vote and now I am ready to vote on any side the wind blows favor- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dear Uncle Zckc - built in A D 798 them and I mention P LIGHT E CLAASSEN nbthinjr but their ape When it s rcmVmbered that they are built cntirdv of wood it- seems amnzinrr THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATV w j from Airs 1 linve that they should remain in a per Â¬ lstratrlx bought Whitestdes Addle Gnrrett lulmlii of E deceased his entire Interest In the fect state of preservation after so many centuries It must be due Furniture p 6 Undertaking to the climate There is the Toji temple 25 5 Kotaiji temple 266 years old years old the Pagoda 267 years And have sold one half Interest In my business to old Kinkakuji temple 500 years old Keningi temple 700 years old -DEALERS IN- Omuro Gosho 700 years old a palace Sanjusangendo 725 years Anil hereafter the style of the Arm will be Gas Closets- In this temple there are old DEHONEY 33333 idols Chioin temple 70b STATEN Here is also the great Pipe and Fittings c years old Strict attention given to Job and And the business will be continued old stand bell made in the 13th century 18 of Whltesldes Staten Mo 218 St at the street Contract Work All work Guaranteed Clair JOS T STATEN Mar 8 tf feet in height 8 feet in diameter No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky g1 inches thick and weighs 70 Mar 12 tons Coal Atago Gongen temple built 1040 years ago and Kiomidzu KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED -- NOTIGRI BUSINESS LIGHT CLAASSEN PBACTICiLL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks 4 W S DEHONEY Choic Cheap This latter is where anxious lovers come to Weight Bottom Prices Their prayers are written pray Telephone connection No 36 on thin paper and to be effectual the paper must be tied to the grating in front of the god with GEO B the thumb and little finger of one FRANKFORT a Y ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full Telo -- 1 33 ucfele3T HHI Wfi ill MACKXIN BR0 STILL AHEAD WITH THE- - hand tiothwithstanding the diffi- Â¬ Dec8 f r cult task I found this god the Ever brought to this city in most popular in the temple C COLLINS The guide took us to a mound DEALERS IN called Mimidzuka on the top of 5rawareGloareLin3 a large stone monu- Â¬ which was GENERAL AND ment This proved to be the grave ot 30000 pairs ot ears Several centuries ago the emperor sent an invading army to Corea Of all descriptions The ind to show his success the gen- Â¬ iEsa eral brought back the ears of the and Building Material Paints Oil Glass Lime Cement OF- Coreans slain in battle After the carefully counted Blacksmiths and WazonUakeH Material emperor had STOVES GRATES them he ordered their burial in a Iron Field Seeds Harness and a tine new heap and a monument raised Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases not to the poor dead fellows to line of Wall Paper and Decorations And at prices that cannot be dupli and at very lowest prices Cor the victorious army cated ever seen in one House in Broadway aud Lewis Streets Frankfort before Dont for The Governor gave us special get the place permission to visit the old royal FRANKFORT - - - KENTUCKY palace JNO T BUCKLEY It was snowing They Feb 24 tf made us pull off our shoes at the St Clair Street door To inspect a barn covering 5 XT acres on a winters day is about the most tiresome thing as is ATTORNEY AT LAW and it will be a cold day when I FRANKFORT KY C Q W do it again PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln CarrollTHE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen Largest Stock E I HARDWARE Fancy Goods Xjics stock Â¬ Â¬ -- iiHHMtiflP F MAJOR -- Capital City Machine Works ably On reaching a school house on Stoney Creek I saw a dozen or more horses covered with foam tied to some trees in the yard Mv first impression was a band of robbers but they told me there was no danger it was only a race A trustee for school teachers named Phillips told me he would lose half of his farm rather than see Jim Montfort lose the school I cast mv vote for Tim though I have never seen him and cannot tell whethcrhe won the race or lost it You see that any man in Ken- Â¬ tucky can vote anywhere and any way he pleases so he votes on the right side When I reach Frankfort I will get Col Tom Ballou to introdnce me to the heads of the several de parfments and let you know my financial success in my next letter Your affectionate nephew s Saved the Baby Â¬ and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and In the Federal Court fV c Lucifer Yocum Feb 16 87 FRANKFORT KKNTUCKY Gentlelften Last November my XT TILL PRACTICEr IN ALL THE COURTS IN and adjacent counties OFFICE Up baby nbtthen a year old had a W Franklin Duvall Building In the bad breaking out on his hands and stulrs 22 tt Jan body accompanied by a very sore throat I gave him some S S S COLLINS When DR J which Ihappened to have the family physician came and Many young babies have erupManufacturer and Dealer in tions and sore throat sometimes W1L CROMWELL baffling the most skillful physician Frequently children suffer from Attorney-at-La- w some inherited malady and the only and radical treatment of an Distillery Mill ana Agricultural Machinery AND absolute and powerful blood purifier can effect a cure again the DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED ailment may be from contagion Blaoksmithingr Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly THE OF At any rate the safest plan is to WILL PRACTICEtheINadjoining COURTS and Attended to counties and at once eradicate all poison from will also give special attention to the purchase collection claims and the blood no matter what the and sale of real estate of loans of rents opposite Agent for Office the negotiation B3STO So wisely did Mr C C cause 25 ly June and Key onepof the most cultured Columbus Steam Pumps men and intelligent farmers of JA9 ANDBEW SCOTT JA8 A VIOLETT 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky JSBND FOR PRICE LIST He writes Alcora county Miss VIOLETT SCOTT the following pointed testimony of his experience iSHr I W T to T imi 7 H G J B MEEK Fropriotor STEAH ENGINE BOILERS Â¬ Ral 3Stat Affnt JLTIjJLS IiTB Corinth MibS MATTERNS CAPITAL yl W F 3m7Mi1i JtMB5Bf5Bi5SIBfiiK3BPSpMI S ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET iv B t ii learned what I was giving the JAPAN child he told me to continue it as OFFICE MAIN STREET ADD UViliUAll at Ul DAniriu BUGS it was the best thing the baby Teeth extracted without naln by the Days in Kioto Three or laughing gas The doctor proved use of Nltrouse Oxide could take marzu u at- - Kobe- - tliefree wise for in a short while the erupWcamv ed porLpfthe matchless Inland Sea tion disappeared and the throat L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN Feb 2ist and early on the22d got completely well tojk the train for Kioto which is Treatise on Blood and Skin COMPTON MACKLIN situated 100 miles interior Diseases mailed free IBOPBIETORS Kioto was the capital of the emThe Swift Specific Co pire from A D 793 till the re- Â¬ Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga Mills 1 Ip its moval td Tokio in 1869 r palmy days tfis said to have con HAVE THE FULL- The Babies Cry for It taiived apopulation iof 2000000 souls among whom were 300 And the old folks laugh when they Shinto priests who occupied 100 find that the pleasant California AND MANUFACTCBtemples and 15000 Buddhist liquid fruit remedy Syrup pf Figs priests with- - 250 temples But I is more easily taken and more 8ix of the best grades of the best vouch for none of the figures that beneficial in its action than bitter Flour made in the World It is a most Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square nauseous medicines precedeor follow I find that the Nipphou stork valuable family remedy to act on screams as loud as the golden bird the bowels to cleanse the system df North America Yet with a and to dispel colds headaches and I Manufactured only by the F pitjeh of salt here and there I fevers San dates and California Fig Syrup Co think theohistorians LODGE NO 6 MEETS EVERT MON clata may be accepted with safety Francisco California day night Visiting brothers cordially Invited magnifi- Â¬ JAB MUHttAI NU Gayle For Sale by Chapman The temples are most J R Williams See April 17 tt cent It would take volumes to 42 im Â¬ Â¬ DENTIST PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- AND ALSO- - PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Sizes at Beduoed Prioe Elkhorn Roller --- R ROGERS -- mdMJHnrnyiM wuLjyu W DEALER IN- - HE BPVJVA V Ta1 SI M K- NT Us U27 E COMPLETE LINE OF j Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of A Pole and Window Fistnres Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE 0 0 A SPECIALTY MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY All the lites styie furniture constantly May 8 1 r ta stock rx leei is onerea ior saie terms apply at this office A OOOD BUILDING LOT at a 60 BT 33S OR 3M Dargam For Feb26 U mmmwdummm