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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ss wwwn tut nsM mm wmasmmmMmjmammsmmm iV The Frankfort Roundabout HOME A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER TEAR Volume X Written lor the Roundabout FRANKFORT thing is to be done organize Without this there is no use mak Â¬ ing an effort The old wagon is not out yet She has only commenced moving It has been stuck so long the rut has become long and deep She is on the move Keep her going until she lands on safe solid ground Let every business man in the city come into the Board of Trade We We want no sore backs We want kicking want no men who not only study their own interest but the interest of their neighbors and the interest of the cjty and county at large We are one When we resolve to do a thing do it not for the croakers but minority to be fall into line especially the young We cannot ex- Â¬ men of business pect much from the old man but to see a young man voting and working against progress is a When at wonder of the age the same time he expects to go out in the word and get his living and get it beyond picking blackberries Not that there is- any Â¬ picking thing dishonorable in blackberries but his aspirations should be beyond this to attain higher A young man is known by his worth The world espe cially the business world is watch ing the young man whether he is standing on the up grade still or dewn grade He is known weighed every day every hour Your and out goings in comings cannot be your hid Be faithful in all you do and have get up about you Dont sit on the same old nest egg that came down to you from your great grandfathers none of whom have ever it hatched and you are still sitting on it Let the chicken hatch get out cf the shell and grow get on top of tne lence and nap his wings crow and keep a crowing Â¬ - KY JULY 9 1887 Number 43 1 A MesMge BY N 8 C when neither pain or thought of 111 Had thrown one shadow oer my breast I feel once more thy touch of band A gleam of summer comes to me Across the plain of sunny land To cheer me here at sea Beloved I count It something lost This story of our blissful past A slender vessel tempest tossed Upon a trackless ocean cast I had not been a sailor bold If jou had kept the faith with me Alas I tis but the story old Of love and destiny Beloved some day well meet once more Beyond the shudows of regret It may be on our native shore While you shall teach me to forget But dear I rather think well meet Beyond the old home and this sea Where death will solve the mystery sweet For all eternity May 1st 1887 Beloved I prize jour memory still As In old lears of happiness Communicated Frankfort Ky July 7th 1887 Dear Roundabout The 6th has come and gone The result has been so grand and glorious so far beyond my expec- Â¬ tations that I feel 1 am bound to say something about it and may nowthen continue to say some- Â¬ thing about it The majority for the railroad tax is some larger than 1 anticipated I told every one who Jasked my opinion as to what the majority would be that 1 believed it would be from 6oo to iooo probably In working my calcula- Â¬ more tions I gave the different precincts outside of the town pre- Â¬ cincts such a vote that I knew with the three town precincts we could count postively on the statement We had taken the assessors books and had polled the town and were confident there were 2 568 votes in the three pre precincts To make my calculation safe I put it at 2 coo I gave all the precincts outside of the Frankfort precincts and the Forks of Elkhorn 1000 majority I counted Frankfort and Elkhorns majoritv at 1800 which would leave a majority in the county cf 800 I knew my calculations I threw off 568 were liberal votes Frankfort was entitled to I then deducted 200 as against the tax I told several I believed it would be nearer 1500 than 1000 I knew what was being done and so wrote every week that there were changes made hourly for the tax I knew the effort that was being made The town was solid or about so I knew what little opposition there was could not harm us That it was like chaff before the wind In other words we had a thorough organization With this knowledge we made t things count every effort we made It is all over I have the con- Â¬ sciousness of Having tried to do my duty I have spent two months talking writing and work Â¬ ing What money I have spent has been my own As I have said before I say now all the in- Â¬ terest I have in the road is for the general good I have had no axe I entertain no unkind to grind feelings against a human being I have deceived no one Have told what I believe to be the facts in every particular And have the knowledge after it is all over that the people of Frankfort al Â¬ most unanimously believed and acted as I never in my life knew them to act before Both white and colored united hand in hand and marched up and voted solidly for the interest of the whole as I hope we will always do in the future This can be done if we will only each consult and understand other in advance When any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prietor stopped her Looking up into his face in the most innocent manner in the world she lisped I aint dot any money sir Ill pay you when Im married What makes these Little Dot little doggies cry so when I take them up Because they dont Mamma like to be taken from their mamma Do they love their dog L D mamma just like children Mamma It seems to me sometimes dear that they love their mammas a good deal better than some children do Still dog mammas L D cant spank A little boy who had been more accustomed to riding in the street cars than to attending church re Â¬ ceived from his mother a five cent piece to put in the contribution box on one of the rare occasions He when he went to church watched the departing vestryman with a good deal of anxiety and finally leaned over to his mother Mamma mamma and whispered zat man he didnt ring in my fare Punch and Judy has always been a great favorite with the young folks and old ones too and for their benefit we give their history clipped from one of our papers THE STORY OF PUNCH AND JUDY The romantic story of Punch and Judy is in its original form is as Mr Punch a gentleman of great personal attraction is married to Miss Judy by whom he has a lovely daughter To the baby no name is given in the piece the infant being too young to be christened In a fit of horrid and demonaic jealousy Mr Punch like a second Zeluco strangles his beautiful offspring Jut as he completed his dreadful purpose Mrs Judy enters witnesses his dreadful havoc and exits scream ing she soon returns however armed with a bludgeon and applies which it to her husbands head to the wood returns a wooden Exasperated by jealousy sound and rage Mr Punch siezes another bludgeon and lays her prostrate at his feet then seizing the murdered infant and expiring mother he flings them both out of the window into the street The dead bodies having been found police officers enter the dwelling of Mr Punch who flies for his life mounts his steed and the author neglecting like other great poets the confining unities of time and space conveys his hero into Spain where however he is arrested by an officer of the After endur Â¬ terrible Inquisition ing the most horrible tortures with most incredible fortitude Mr Punch by means of a golden key a beautiful and novel allegory opens his prison door and escapes The conclusion of the affecting story is satirical poetical and alle- Â¬ gorical The hero is first over- Â¬ taken by weariness and laziness in the shape of a black dog whom he fights and conquers disease in the guise of a physician next ar- Â¬ rests him but Punch sees through the thin pretense and dismisses the doctor with a few derogatory Death at last visits the fu Â¬ kicks gitive but Punch lays about his carcass so lustily and makes the bones of his antagonist rattle so musically that follows Death his JohnE Miles Cliildrens Column Little Willie when he first saw his baby cousin gazed on the tiny thing for a moment in awed silence and then whispered Mamma is he a her Tommy you should Father try and be a better boy You are my only child and we expect you to be good Tommy It aint my fault that I am vour only child It is tough on me to be good for a lot of brothers and sisters I hav nt got Mother at tea table Jack who helped you to those tarts seven aged The Jack I gi Lord 1 he Lord Mother Why what do you mean Jack Well I helped myself Jack and father said yesterday the Lord helped those who helped themselves Â¬ gone A four year old tot to day in vited three older playmates into is Little Helen B aged five years while visiting a farm was asked to pick up a large egg plant from which the young farmer had mis- Â¬ chievously removed the stem She tried several times but her chubby hands continually slipped on the smooth surface At last she straightened up with a sigh and I cant lift it caue the saul Â¬ Should you honor me What do you mean then by space with some space in your columns advertising that you have a com Â¬ this time J shall give you other plete stock of fishing tackle items as they may occur LITTLE JOHNNYS QUERY With due defference for your has a small kindness I am truly yours Little Johnny C sister and has developed into a James B Lea very fierce tyrant on a small scale Bradys Band is a new organiza Â¬ In fact he bullies the poor little life becomes un tion and with a little more practice woman until her bearable at frequent intervals will make a good band Keep at after the it boys Ttie other morning and make a success usual programme of despotism rebellion tears and appeals to Simmons Liver Regulator mamma Johnnys mother took Is what the name indicates a Reg- Â¬ him severely to task and gave him ulator of that most important a sharp lecture in the course of organ the Liver Is yoar Liver which she explained to him that out of order Then is your whole such conduct was very displeasing system deranged the breath offen- Â¬ to God sive you have headache feel Wouldnt God tease any- Â¬ languid dispirited and nervous asked Johnny with big no appetite sleep is troubled and body eyes unrefreshing Simmons Liver Reg- Â¬ responded his ulator restores the healthy action No indeed God wouldnt do such of the Liver See that you get mother a thing for the world the genuine prepared by J H This struck Johnny as being a Zelin Co rather serious view of the matter and he retired to the window GflRPEHTER where he stood for some time LECOmPTE with his hands behind his back By and buried in deep thought SOUTH FRANKFORT KY back evidently undeby he qame cided as to the true inwardness of He gazed full at the problem some time and his mother AMD finally asked with judicial delibera- Â¬ Mamma did God ever tion have a sister PHARMACEUTISTS Â¬ death and the devil The curtain chalybeate alum and epsom falls amid the shouts of the con- every variety of mineral waters queror known to the mountainous country of East Tennessee found at TEN THINGS THAT A BABY CAN DO these Springs Here is the finest It can beat any alarm clock ever mountain scenery 1 ever saw It invented waking a family up in is simply of the grandest and most the morning I climbed to charming character It can fall down oftener and the top of the Clinch mountains with less provocation than the here and saw distinctly eight most expert tumbler in the circus ranges of mountains in one system ring ranging from the north east to the It can make more genuine fuss south west and the last two ranges over a simple brass pin than its were in North Carolina mother over a broken back The hotel here is open to visit Give it a fair show and it can ors and invalids the year round at smash more dishes than the most reasonable charges A large laboindustrious servant girl in the ratory of medicine and a sanitaricountry um with every appliance for It can keep a family in con- treatment of all diseases are found stant turmoil from morning till here under the supervision of Dr night and night till morning with- W J Heacker At present there out once varying its tune areguests and patients from several It can be relied upon to sleep States of the United States and peacefully all day when its father Europe here is down town and cry persistently I have been in several of the all night when he is particularly large cities of this country in the sleepy mountains and at the sea shore It brightens up a house better but for pleasure and health I than all the furniture ever made have never before found the equal makes sweeter music than the t3 tnis place for myself I would finest orchestra organized fills a advise any of your readers who larger place in its parents breast are prospecting for health or pleasthan they knew they had and ure for this summer to come right when it goes away it can leave a here and get fat on fun and pleasgreater blank than all the rest of ure I think it the nicest place on the world put together earth for the poor emaciated school teacher Every kind of FALSE RETURNS disease is treated here Being inLet me have a couple of gal fluenced by the attractions that lons of good whisky Why we dont keep any whis this country affords may possibly lead me to infringe upon your ky in stock Â¬ Â¬ Even this attempt fails and Punch sulphur water There arejhere the is left triumphant over doctors red white and black sulphur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr DRUGGISTS Communicated Mineral Hill Springs Tenn A SKNKRAL ASSORTMENT OF k M July 4th 1887 deaths blow then received an ice cream saloon where she magnificently ordered four plates of cream When the delectable food had been eaten she calmly proceeded to walk out of the place without paying for it The pro Last of all comes the devil first under the appearance of a lovely female but afterward in his own natural shape to drag the offender to the infernal regions in purga tory to expiate his dreadful crime Â¬ Editor Roundabout Dear Sir Allow me to en- Â¬ croach upon the generosity of your columns with a few items to inquiring friends about the health- Â¬ ful and pleasant attractions of the Mineral Hill justly celebrated 1 Springs of East lennessee seek- Â¬ have been here a few days I ing health rest and pleasure have gained one half pound of healthful flesh for each day that I have been here and still improv Â¬ I am using the red ing each day DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS J ft PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS Jl I IK PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines Pare Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes w VfV Wi I A I - -- 1 il- l- M 1 ftiM frtlll H L r td A tti- - v mmwftrm v- - tM T v W Personals Judge Robert Boyd of London Ky in the city is Bv V W- - Hon Green B Raum ex Commissioner of Internal Revenue of Washington City has been in the city this week Card of Invitation Mr Theodore H Bagby of Kansas Miss lhillips of Louisville is visiting at City Mo is visiting his parents Rev G Mrs Wm Lindsa s F Bagby and wife in this city Clay Gregory of St Louis Mo has Mr Mrs Mary Sloan and children of Nash been in the city this week ville Tennessee are visiting her father Mr John 0 Lewis of Georgetown was Mr James A Richardson near this city in this city on the Fourth Miss Aline Seaton a most charming Thos H Sherley Esq of Louisville young lady of Louisville is in the city the was in the city yesterday guest of Miss Nellie Sanders Ann street Mr J A Gregory of StLouisMo has Miss Georgia Rennert and Miss Maggie ben in the city this week Wright of Louisville have been visiting Frankfort Ky July M B y - w- Dr Chas C Lewis of Stamping Ground the family of Mr John E Glenn this week was in the city on Tuesday Mr Henry Crittenden and wife of Mr Oscar Mitchell of Paris has been at Greenville Miss are visiting his parents Col John Allen Crittenden and wife in this the Capital Hotel this week t Thos Todd of Waco Texas is vis city Mr Mrs J K Lewis and children of Louis iting his parents in this city ville arrived in this city Tuesday evening Major Clint McCIarty of Louisville and will spend the next two months in this spent the Fourth in this city city and vicinity Mrs A E Gotschalk of New York is Messrs Jas T Dudley jr and John visiting relatives in this city II Stewart left Saturday night for Crab Mr Jas M Todd jr of Louisville is Orchard to spend the Fourth the guests of visiting his parents in this city Mrs Wm Lindsay Mr V J Chinn jr returned Tuesday Messrs Geo Miller Henry Btown Ben from the University of Virginia Gray Gray Heinsohn and Ben H Dudley Mrs Kate Venahle of Texas is in the of Louisville spent Sunday and Monday city visiting Mrs W T Reading with friends in this city Capt Geo T Slagg returned from a busi Miss Alice Page Nelson who has been a ness trip East on Friday night last governess at Col Chas E Hoges near Mr John D Hines of Bowling Green1 this city for the past ten months has rewas in the city the first of the week turned to her home in Virginia Misses Nina McGoodwin Helen Floyd Miss Ida Rankin of Louisville is visit and Lena Bennett of Louisville who have ing Miss Laura Theobald in this city Mr Robert Trabue left Wednesday been visiting Miss Fannie Herndon near this city returned home on Tuesday evening for a visit to Winchester Va Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t ing to invest in Kansas City propMiss Irene Went ofLexington is visit erty which Dr T H Hudson ing her father Col E C Went in this city represents will meet at the office Miss Carrie Peterson is visiting relatives of John YV Rodman Esq on and friends in Owen and Gallatin counties Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock Â¬ Mr F H Morse and wife of Syracuse N Y are visiting friends in this city The syndicate of those propos- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mary Lucas of Woodford county is visiting Mrs Slieffer Richardson in this H- BN K g V 6 r 1 6 t V city Mr W M Holcman of Louisville spent several days this week with relatives in this city Mrs Milton McGrew has been visiting friends in New Albany Indiana the past week Lieutenant Commander C C Todd U S N was in the city Tuesday visiting his parents Mr Robert L Dooley of Louisville spent the Fourth in this city visiting friends Major B F Camp of Louisville was in the city on the Fourth hobnobbing with the boys Miss Katie T Wilcoxson of Christians- burghs the guest of Miss Maud Wayts South Side Mrs W H Jeffries returned Monday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville Gen James F Robinson and Mr E Robert Blaine of Lexington were in the city Wednesday Hon C M Clay jr of Paris was in the city on Monday The Congressional bee is in his bonnet Mrs John R Richardson and children of Nashville Tennessee are visiting relatives in this city Mrs David Hardin of Bardstown is visiting her parents Judge L Hord and wife in this city Misses Rosa Joseph Hattie Leopold and Salina Harris left Wednesday night for a visit to Lexington Mr Henry Graddy President of the Versailles and Midway R R was in the city Monday last Mrs Lizzie Walcutt and daughter Miss Nettie left Tuesday for a visit to relatives Â¬ has Mr Thomas Congleton the erection of a two commenced story frame residence on the lot on the corner of Mero and Ann streets purchased by him of Mr W T Runyan Messrs Choate Graham contractors Mr Anderson Rice and Mrs Frankie Lewis both colored will be married at the First Baptist Church on Thursday evening next July 14th at eight oclock All the friends of the contracting parties are invited to be present 6 1887 The Frankfort Literary Society has been organized and will hold its first public meeting at the court house at 8 oclock on Thursday night July 14 The friends of literature and science are invit ed The object of the society is to develop the brains and culture Our doubts of the community and elevate the good we oft might win And make us lose standard of enlightened thought among our people The exercises By fearing to will embrace the study and diffusion of whatever may be thought beau- Â¬ tiful edifying or useful in the We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and vast empire of literature science failed to invest because they thought it would not grow mueh more But stronger still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invest and art because they have been so unfortunate as not The country St Judge Wm Lindsay will deliver it here beginning to realize what St Paul has done in to seeyearsPaul what a future is just and late the opening oration to be fol it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future lowed bv a oirited discussion of prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative estate values the Convict Labor Question by ing conservative agencies in the statement of realduring April obtained from lead Â¬ respective cities 1887 speaks for itself Hon Ira Julian Hal Corbet L per front Foot Population Highest Adjoining llh t Price F Johnson and B G Williams lain Property Acreage per acre Residence Rev G C Kelly will read a paper Chicago 6000 700 750000 7000 8000 240000 350 2000 Dr Sam Buffalo on the New Theology 227000 3500 500 1500 on Light Dr Cleveland E James a paper Milwaukee 1500 200 3000 165000 E M Gober another paper on Detroit 2000 300 155000 3000 140000 300 2000 3500 Col Tom Ford will have Minneapolis Sleep St Paul 1200 300 140000 2000 a pcem on Frankforts New Era Kansas City 300 3500 5000 105000 We have some reason to expect Indianapolis 800 300 150 90000 150 1200 78000 5000 also original poems from the Omaha 100 1100 1000 50000 gifted pens of Major Stanton Mrs Toledo Dulnth 100 1000 1500 20000 Jennie C Morton Mrs Leslie Collins and others and after the The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ first meeting we hope for con tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and tributions from the genius of have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 Robert Burns Wilson and other had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly The whole nearer 150000 eaoh and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever distinguished writers of- these ceremonies will be enlivConsiderably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home ened with the most charming in the territory immediately tributary to songs and mtlsic under the direc- Â¬ tion of Prof Wayland Graham and Walter Franklin jr Col T B Ford will act as general critic which insures spice and pleasure for the audience All friends of literature both ladies and gentle- Â¬ men are invited to attend this first Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it meeting and if the exercises meet their approval to repeat The Third Railroad Centre in the United States their encouraging attendance dur- Â¬ ing the season and thus aid in Sault Ste Marie building up a society organized The completion this year of the Minneapolis independent of and Atlantic Eoad will Chicago and will pub give it direct communication with New York for mutual improvement and the it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantio coast general good John L Scott Pres B G Williams Sec Ht tne Head of navigation on itie Mississippi Â¬ NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment are traitors the attempt 3 - STPflULSimmENSETRflDE f ii fH The Frankfort Cemetery Com- And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the pany have contracted with the Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more and new railroads are springing into Frankfort Water Company for the larger fields for its already immense existence with wonderful rapidity making still wholesale trade Its great manufactures are construction of three hydrants on daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the their grounds One is to be loThe following is the score of cated on the Catholic grounds the PBGKIX6 INDUSTRIES the regular shooting match held second near the lot owned by on Friday July 1 by the Spring Judge G W Craddock and the Hill Gun Club Targets were 25 third near the State military mon- There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent great years operated to that ument This will be of great ad All the causesmore have for the last five and being in the make St Paul arichest city Blue Rocks 18 yards rise centre of the are working strongly than ever and JG vantage to the grounds and to the most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis 18 G F Berry K Taylor 28 R P Pepper jr 22 visitors to that beautiful spot JLPrice 22 18 Â¬ Â¬ I it 1 SM IM M Â¬ R Church L Cox SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY The Clay Bank and Coon Clubs WILL Dr Price still totes the medal were conspicuous in tne torcn There was also a special match By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material light procession and both proved condition by tho certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every held on Monday July 4 at 50 that the members had good lungs proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that 8 J S Abrams RMorris 19 iiS fej 0 Blue Rocks same conditions with the following result A 41 J 0 Mastin 37 JLPrice R Morris K Taylor Manchester Millwright RPepper 35 G F Berry 41 G Mastin 40 E EHume 4G 38 43 Berry and Pepper tied breaking On shooting off tie 46 each Pepper won breaking 49 to Berrys 48 m School Per Capita fori887 88 tr hi K V ili- - m it M- r t Prof J D Pickett Superinten April 15 th 1887 J Mrs Maria Haner has returned from a dent of Public Instruction Gentlemen--Fo- ur has is years ago a visit of several weeks to relatives in Scott sued the following statement of blow on my left shin cracked the and Woodford counties Since then I have had the per capita for the school year bone Mrs S J Bohannon who has been con trouble nearly all the time with fined to her bed for five months past is erysipelas in that leg The least Office of Superintendent able to be about again little thing would cause inflammaPublic Instruction of tion and breaking out From Miss Mary Morris who has been visiting Ky July 5 87 time to time I have driven off the Miss Rebecca Averill returned Saturday Frankfort White per capita for school inflammation by short courses of to her home in Louisville S S S year 1887 88 190 Mr E W Hines left on yesterday mornColored per capita for school Four weeks ago Saturday night ing for a visit of several weeks to friends year 1887 88 190 the leg was broken out and coverin the Green river section White census for 1887 88 ed with festered blisters I took Major Henry T Stanton U S Inspector increase 10637 four bottles of S S S and now of Indian Agencies has been at home on a 549592 Colored census for 1887 88 the leg is entirely well the skin visit to his family this week being as smooth and fair as a 107 144 increase 4390 Gen A E Stevenson Assistant Post total womans Total census 656736 Master General of Washington City D C H F Newell increase 15027 spent the Fourth in this city Increase per capita over 1886 Treatise on Blood and Skin In Columbus Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H F Newell is the well known millwright who resides at Man- Â¬ chester opposite Richmond He is known all through Eastern and Southern Virginia where he has been writing mills for many years An accident happened to him four years ago the main particulars of Or have largely advanced in value here is sure to net the owner from which he details in this letter Richmond Va the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of all whose good fortuneit has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac Â¬ quainted with 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 Hiee Hunflrea Per Cent An Per Annum investment made with moderate judgment 26 TO 100 PER CENT PER AITNUM ROBT B FRANKLIN ODIN G CLAY GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING Li Â¬ lillTlTBSOTiL m 9 lit r Messrs Wm Newhall Henry Sawyler H McClure and Marvin Averill went to Louisville to spend the Fourth V 87 25 cents Diseases mailed free Drawer 3 JOS DESHA PICKETT Supt Public Instruction The Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort Planters National Bank Branch Bank of Kentucky Richmond Va Ky Frankfort The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn may28 iy J V 1 v W r f I ii N Wfrfe mw mii inn lllllMT mrT TlrmwlP rniMn WgTWBTl Mil wa JlliiMifclLliUliHilMMMl imwPIIM i mu iBW faHMIM TIWii l WiJ f ifclMlB MHB V TT1V w r - v JVX rry T -- rypww KVW TTT T i Lk -- yTy ffS 3 A TIME TABLE TBAINB EAST A is Sensation B REAL ESTATE B B Why it that three bottles of arc sold in Atlanta to one of any other 1008 a m Mood remedy and twice as much consumed leaves Frankfort No No 22 leaves Frankfort 608 p m in the State of Georgia n3 anv other prepa20 leaves Frankfort No 947 p m ration No one need take our word but simply ask the druggists Ask people No 24 arrives Frankfort 800 p m They are competent witnesses the houses Six in Atlanta buy in five and ten gross lots TBAINB WEST No 23 leaves Frankfort 545 a m and some of them buy as often as every two 20 an acre in less tlian ten vears Over Condensed months Why these unprecedented sales History of Western No 17 leaves Frankfort 815 a m here at home with so little advertising six hundred houses were built in one town Towns No 21 leaves Frankfort 155 p m Modesty forbids us making a reply Had LAST YEAR a simple land mark on the during the building season just closed No 19 leaves Frankfort 450 p m B B B been before the public a quarter or on the Union Pacific Railroad the direct Lftrpe sppfinne nf Inrwl in Wm open prarie IT it Trains No 28 and No 21 make connec a half a century up would not be necessary route from Kansas City to Denver 21S miles j utu wrvea ineir settlers hve ears ago NEXT YEAR from 3000 to 4000 popu Â¬ with crutches of page to be bolstered v tion for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 con advertisements now Merit will conquer tmm rtausas vuy anu 422 mues iroin Ueil- - are now productive as any in the State and lation and increasing daily People full of ver picturesquely situated overlooking the are nect at Anchorage for Shelbyville and down money being settled rapidly Handsome Kansas City energy and all making money wcoded banks of Smoky Hill river in the Star t WORTH streets and public buildings Permanent 50000 I have been a sufferer center improvements everywhere On Tuesday evening Will Dean a For four years of rheumatism whichfrom grass of the ingrandest wheat corn and reterrible form country the world destined to be the Springfield O June 18 1887 Cole went into Mr Gums saloon on duced tne so low that all hope of recovery great railroad commercial and manufactur LAID COMPANY man Co Louisville Ky Yours of fune was given up I have sunered the most ex- Â¬ 17 at hand The history of all Kansas St Clair street and announced cruciating pain day and night and often ing center of Kansas because of its natural OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO towns is that all lots in a town plat were while writhing in agony have wished I advantages beautiful location and the many his purpose to support the rail- Â¬ could die I have tried everything known sold by the time a second railroad arrives railroads building toward it The Kanop and as we will have another road completed road Some words passed between for that disease but nothing did me any who will locate at Kanopolis The Kan in September the indications are that we good and have had some of the finest phy- Â¬ olis Fort Scott and Wichita Railroad will him and Mr Jake Denny when sicians in the State to work on me but all reach this town in September next which opolis Land Company owns the entire town win nave a tremendous rush in a short time We ate co Denny struck him over the head to no effect I have spent over 800 with will put Kanopolis in close connection with site of Kanopolisand sufficient land adjoin every way willing tomay operate with you in and you rely upon it that out finding relief I am now proud to say several times with a beer glass that after using only one bottle of B B B the immense coal iron and timber fields of ing for a city of one hundred and fifty to for some time to come all money received two hundred thousand inhabitants hence from the sale will while some other men so Dean I am enabled to walk around and attend to Southeastern Kansas Southern Missouri and it is to their interest to build up the city as ing factories of lots etc be used in secur- Â¬ mills business and I would not take 500 for the Arkansas Kanopolis is the only town in Respectfully yours alleges held him and prevented benefit received from one single bottle of Kansas that can boast of Railroads running rapidly as possible They intend to make KANOPOLIS LAND CO B B B I refer to all merchants and busi Â¬ the leading city of Kansas and believe his defending himself north south east and west across theState this J S Crowell Secretary ness men of this town Yours most truly Scarcely one year old it has 600 in the best and quickest method is to encouryou had seen the smile that If E O GAR A habitants seven factories and thirteen age manufacturing hence Officers Directors Members Waverly Walker county Texas spread over the genial countestores all duing well and the finest and Liberal and Substantial Aid will be Given to those who will Estab DEMONSTRATED MERIT OF the largest hotel in Central Kansas nance of Judge Lindsay when he lish Factories Mills etc Spabta Ga May 15 1886 During 1886 fifty million dollars were in at Kanopolis received the news of our great Blood Balm Co vested in Kansas by men seeking homes The most prosperous States are those You will please ship us per first freight victory by telegraph you would one gross B B B and those desiring to make valuable invest- where Agriculture and Manufacturing are It gives us pleasure to report a good ments The greater part of this emigration side by side and Kansas considering her have known that every thing was Look Them Up In Dun Bradstreet trade for this preparation Indeed it has lovely and the goose hung high far eclipsed all other blood remedies both came to central Kansas and west of Kanop- age excels all other States in the Union in Ross Mitchell President Capitialist of The judge started home but the in demonstrated merit and rapid sale with olis and is an indication of the vast possi agricultural produce The time is soon Springfitld us Rozieb Vabdeman Ohio bilities open to a city that will prove herself coining when she wiil surpass every other O train did not get to Lex C F M Bookwalter Vice President worthy to handle the trade of Central and State in this particular The Raw Mate with AU who desire full information ngton until too late to reach here cause and cure of Blood Poisons about the Western Kansas Company Springfield Ohio rials Coal Wood Iron Lead Zinc etc Jas Leffel Scrofula J H Thomas Treasurer of J H are near at hand and hundreds of articles in time for him to vote but the and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores Kanopolis the Coming City Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh Sons Springfield Ohio can be made as cheaply or cheaper here Thomas boys wired him the glad news That Kanopolis is the coming city and etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Hon J Wirren Keiffer ex Speaker H than in Eastern States and will bring far 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled will eventually prove to be the great cenR Attorney Springfield Ohio The boys all felt in such a good with the most wonderful and startling proof tral city of Kansas no one can doubt h better prices J S Crowell Secretary of M 1st Crow Â¬ ever before known The State of Kansas although in is knows the members of the Kanopolis Land humor on Wednesday evening BLOOD BALM CO Addres ell Kirkpatrick Springfield Ohio Company They are all business men of infancy raises Atlanta Ga that they marched up in front of je23im H C Cross President of First National OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY MILLION and experience accustomed to succesDOLLARS WORTH OF PRODUCE AN- Bank Emporia Kansas Gen Dan Lindseys office and when they take hold of an enterprise it is NUA1LY TO EXCHANGE FOR ALL TURNPIKE NOTICE F Holford Capitalist Springfield Ohio called out that gentleman Col KINDS OF MANUFACIURED Kanapolis will not wait years for to win M D Harter Treasurer of the Aultman WILL BE A MEETING OF THE GOODS Jno L Scott and Rev R H C Stockholders of the St Johns and Jackson- Â¬ the natural increase of population to bring Taylor Co Mansfield Ohio This sum will be quadruDled before ville Turnpike held R Mitchell who each made good stead In Belle Point atonthe store of JulyL9 Grin it into notice as hundreds of other cities many years and factories located at KanoSaturday 1887 H Coleman Jr Capitalist St Louis for the election of a board of Ave directors By have done She has natural advantages Mo W f UDVlVT and congratulatory ad- Â¬ nvlAIAf thahAjnl natured polis will be in the center of the best agriPresident and railroads which other places have had June26 2t J W Phillips Real Estate and Loan cultural State in the Union and so much dresses on the glorious work of to wait for She is destined to be the future Agent Kanopolis Kansas closer to the market where their goods are the day metropolis of the grandest State in the Wm Martindale Capitalist Emporia in great demand that the difference in FOR POSITIONS AS TEACHERS Union and she intends the world shall freight would be a good profit Kansas Clay Bank Club enjoyed The In the Colored Public Schoo will be examined by know it More then this the Kanopolis G D Harter President of Aultman a Board of Examiners on TUESDAY JULY 6th More people have become wealthy by themselves on the Fourth by a 1887 at 10 oclock a m at the Public Colored Land Company will give land and extend Co and FirstNational Bank Canton Ohio the increase in value of real estate than in By the Board of Trustees School Building other aid to manufacturers to induce them W 8 DEHONEY Secy D E Barnum Stenographer Springfield grand excursion and picnic up the JulyMm any other way Everybody admits there to locate here Ohio Clays underriver When the will be a large city in Central Kansas It is estimated that 2500 emigrants are S C Thompson Capitalist New York Will it be the town where enterprise is un take to do a thing they generally settled in Kansas every day The U iion City known or will it be the town alive and Pacific and Santa Fe roads run crowded get there by a large majority If W R Thompson Capitalist Cincinnati awake to its every interest Reason and trains Five years ago a man established you dont think so ask our strawOhio KENTUCKYS B0UTE EA8T judgment say the pushing enterprising himself as a druggist in a Kansas R A Worthington with Mast Crowell FOR berry bfonde town will win Kanopolis is thoroughly His stock consisted of about 70 town Kirkpatrick Springfield Ohio WJISHINBTOH PHILADELPHIA HEW YORK organized for constant persistent effort He took Gov worth of patent medicines II C Whitley Emporia Kansas One of our boys went to Louisand is backed by abundant capital Wise THE ONLY LINE ernment land to the extent of half a section ville on the Fourth and hasnt Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars at a mere nominal expense A few weeks men invest where conditions are favorable For Town Plat of Kanopolis Map of Kanopolis excels all Kansas Price of Lots and fuller particu Â¬ for rapid growth recovered his equanimity yet ago he sold half of his half section which FOR lars call on or address in this respect He is now a other towns cost him 280 for S8oooo He says that pesky train started The Growth of Kansas wr-a-iwealthy citizen in a flourishing city and too quick from Lagrange and In i860 the true valuation of the prop FKOM- Such owns a quarter section in town lots didnt give him time to finish up means rare in Kansas erty in Kansas aggregated only 31327 by Lexington instances are are no 106 ST OLAIR STREET his field notes of the killing of a LouisvilleCincimiati 188892000 growing as this one grew 000 in 1870 it aggregated Other towns TO will be worth and in 1880 it reached 575000000 little girl op Tuesday morning Lands now worth 3 an acre KY 18 Â¬ KANOPOLIS 1 KANOPOLIS I M Â¬ Ti KAIHiS sJ ra MANUFACTURERS Â¬ 31 Â¬ m -- I -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kanopolis Lam Co 1 j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ yj NOTICE to TEACHERS a v M Â¬ mim m nonr SOLID M 3 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ul n Â¬ CHAS F EZUM FRANKFORT We would call attention to the WASHINGTON CITY Connecting In same depot with fast trains for advertisement announcing the dissolution of the firm of O R Crutcher Co Mr Thos Jordan THE DIRECT ROUTE TO retiring Mr Crutcher will con LYNCHBUKO tinue the business DANVILLE NORFOLK Several cases growing out of AND ALL POINTS IN the row in Gums saloon on MTH CABQLIHA Tuesday evening were before the VIRG1IIA police court on yesterday and had For tickets and further Information apply to not been disposed of when we your nearest ticket office W W MONROE went to press Agent Lexington Ky Div Â¬ m For Rent A brick house conBucklev has exclusive sale of taining six rooms Inquire of the Queen City Gasoline Stove Logan McKfe 442t42tf 432 St Clair street Satines from 10 cents a yard Co Sam D Johnson 42 up STATEMEITT - Â¬ The Queen City Vapor Stove has all the improvements known to the trade The best is the cheapest 44 2t Best 50 cent corset in the market Sam D Johnson Co 42 Â¬ If f tM va M only the stamped iron double lined oven with your gaso- Â¬ Buckley has them line stove OF THE CONDITION OF THE Use Deposit Bank of Frankfort AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS J CTSTE 30TK 1BS7 New made Swiss flouncings Loans and Discounts cheap at Sam I Johnson Cos Cash from Banks Due 42 ASSETS 179072 12 37452 72 212151 14 Passr If you think the Roundabout force aint happy over f he result on Wednesday just ask our young man that does the ornamental for Buttimers hill In the torchlight procession was a wagon illuminated with torches and ornamented the same having been arranged by the cleer and polite flour and grain dealer Geo Shaw W O WIOKHAM 2d Vice President H W FULLER Gun Pass Agt Beautify Your Homes Fruit jars at bottom figures a Buckleys 44 2t Stamps Furniture Protest Real Estate 1000 00 1 25 12843 252514 34 25 00 17 UOHNSTONS KALSOMINE READY FOR USE White and choice colon Chenper and Better than wall paper or oil paint Purlflu all aurfacea and kills serins of disease Any one can use It Gold Medal and If Isheat Awards Beware of Imitations If not for sale in your town send for sample card and prices LIABILITIES Call at Buckleys and see the Capital Stock Queen City in operation 44 2t Old Dividends 77400 00 19 00 i u The wagon illuminated and detorated and drawn by four horses was gotten up by Mr Delano B Walcutt and was a feature of the procession IT IS THE BEST 800 yards crinkled at 5 cents Former Sam D Johnson cents 42 Dividend No 38 3 per cent Individual Depositors ginghams Profit and Loss price 10 Interest and Discount State Tax 2322 00 110674 23 11118 31 300 00 GOO inimen The Co 83 37 252514 Dry Kalsomine and Fresco Paint 25 27 John St Brooklyn N Work 1TOTICZ3 THE FIRM H H WATSON Oashier DIVIDEND NOTICE most wonderful Paln Curer the world has ever known Your money will be returned if not found as represented T Didnt we get there A dividend of three 3 per cent will be OF O R CRUTCHER A CO Frankfort Kentucky Is this day paid on the Capital Stock of the Deposit dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring Bank of Frankfort on and after Tuesday 0 R Crutcher ussumes all the liabilities and will collect all accounts due the Urm of 0 R July Oth 1387 O R CRUTCHER Crutcher A Co H H WATSON Cashier WM JORDAN July 9 tf 2t Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria iiii i v l Jv C jfcHitt-l-w- r iJwV iiJittVJXiV t- - ift xJJjtAu iA U r Jfcsii irti ZW Tgfrryywypwfy WTfyityCi I Of riTc 1X1 ryzi Tt7qwpya ft T v jmpw Tyg wtf apwy o i i -- r1 fpW - Vyl TW FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered utttio post office nt Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable mutter A Garry tne Hews to BourDon GEORGE A LEWIS Editor strna IF ublilJer JU8Y 9 1887 Frankfort is pretty obstreperous and hard to manage sometimes but when she sets her head to do the handsome the old girl generally gets there by a considerable majority Â¬ WHITE HALL WAR NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A FRANKFORT MAMMOTH STOCK OF Vox Popull Vox Dei We have always believed that all that was necessary to be done in order to carry the railroad proposition to a successful issue was to let the plain honest people of Frankfort and Franklin county understand it to brush away the pretended arguments of the moss backs with the broom of truth and common sense We now have belief brought to realization and hope swallowed up in victory And such a vic- Â¬ tory as it is too is one of which every honest man may be proud It has alas been the case too often before that the elective fran- Â¬ chise has been debauched and honor sacrificed in order to carry the desired end In this thank God the people have spoken their Â¬ Now that our railroad election is over we dont know what our friend Lisle of the Winchester Democrat will do for editorials on the railroad question m Clothing Shoes Hats c 3231 1 bay THE P G F RAILROAD week making the face of PROPOSITION CAR- Â¬ nature smiling again RIED m h 1 n jl Quite a number of refreshing showers of rain have fallen this all the country 1IN mT And prices were never so low Buyers have the advantage in our house of seeing so many goods before they buy and dont have to take the choice between one or two things YTHTJ T Prices from 1 111VJT T 200 to 2000 a suit Wo show aU sizes We fit a little fellow 4 yeara old fit the biggest tallest and shortest man in IN SHOES We have all widths Stock fresh and clean 1630 MAJORITY On Sunday July 2 1887 by Rev Geo F Bagby Mk Willie Rosson and Miss IUttie Qoinlet all of this city ah jAJUX HATS Anything and everything for men and boys And we can sell lower BOUG HT FOE 0 than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you The following is the official vote of this county on the proposition to subscribe for 150000 of stock and Georgetown in the Paris Frankfort Railroad Company on Wednesday FOR AGAINST Obituary of Thomas Hulett fell from u tree his bead striking u stone fracturing the skull near the left temple Drs Reynolds Robinson and Adams dressed the wound taking out eight pieces of bone and everything possible was done to alle- Â¬ viate his suffering but alast for human skill the fatal blow was already given and on June 21 he passed from earth The sorrow stricken family have our sympathy Farewell dear Floyd sweetly sleep We would not call thy spirit back Though to thy grave we come and weep Our feet shall follow In thy track On June 7th little CRUTCHER old son STARES Floyd an eight year Main Street honest judgment uncontrolled and uninfluenced by money or whisky It was distinctly announced beforehand by the friends of the railroad that we would not spend a cent to corrupt a voter and that determination was sturdily adhered to until the end Â¬ Â¬ V I kV r y L fl JV J i u ti it The progressive people of Frank- Â¬ 250 2 00 fort and Franklin county can stand 260 Ladies Kid Boot for ii it 200 up with clean hands and clear con- Â¬ sciences and clairn this grand vic- Â¬ OTHER OOO DS IN PROPORTION tory as the true voice of the people as it has been honestly ex- Â¬ pressed A large stock and prices to suit the times We salute our sister counties of Scott and Bourbon and respect- Â¬ fully ask them to go and do like- Â¬ wise Vox populi vox Dei ma8tin depended on unanimity of sentiGH MASTIN CONDITION OP THE It is a good sign that whenever ment in its favor We have taken the trouble to the people can be brought to see BANK OF KENTUCKY FARMERS DEALERS IN- that their vital interests are the examine the assessors books as ATVD BRANCHES same they can lay aside all minor well as the poll books of the three Farming implements Field seeds Buggies wagons precincts and we find that JUNE 30 1887 differences and striking hands city i they can march on in a solid col- Â¬ the negative vote on the railroad ASSETS C Agents for the S3I Main St HARD VV Afljlj 945903 42 175064 of Notes Discounted Such tax only represents umn to a glorious victory 477027 48 Bills of Exchange Â¬ 6100 45 things do more to obliterate the taxable property while the affirm- Suspended Debt 1429031 85 CerbiedMcCormiclEEarTesting Machine Gos Bindors Reapers Mowsrs 118042 50 ative vote represents within a Bonds and Stocks bitternesses of the past than all 48816 76 Heal Estate and Banking House 33 52 Protest Account else beside It makes men chari fraction of 3000000 542 60 WE KEEP IN STOCK Premiums on Bonds 88400 25 Due from Banks table as regards the opinions of Now in the face of these facts Currency 83909 72 172309 97 OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES others It leads them to remem- Â¬ who can say that we are voting a 1768776 60 ber that other people can be as grievous and burdensome tax Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes LIABILITIES On differ upon an unwilling people honest as they are and yet 991400 00 Capital Stock Sneads 11041088 Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes DuetoBanks with them as to the means neces- Â¬ the contrary the largest and Dividends Unpaid 2342 00 Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers 538675 41 heaviest tax payers in the county Deposits sary to an end 1591 65 Law and Contingent Expenses Â¬ 29742 00 were the most earnest and enthu- Dividend No 68 3 per cent Prices on all implements guaranteed to be ns low as same can be bought anywhere 7435 50 The mechanics and laboring siastic advocates of the subscrip- Fund to payTaxes 16227 00 Circulation 47952 16 Fund to cover Losses men are already beginning to feel tion 17000 00 Contingent Fund 81179 16 the effects of the revival of hope We think it is about time that 1768776 60 One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ occasioned by the passage of the that arrant hypocrisy in the shape Net earnings for 6 months to June 30 dences in South Frankfort railroad subscription Some who of 41292 97 tender regard for some supposed 1887 Applied as follows were about to leave home to seek 29742 00 W H HALL FOR SALE case of hardship should be un- Â¬ Dividend No 68 3717 75 DRhouse and and lot OFFERScorner of Cross HIS on the und employment elsewhere are busily masked and the fact made patent To pay Taxes er Losses 792 16 To Fund to Co Main streets The lot contains about two acres 622 73 Law and Contingent Exenses und the house Is In good repair There are apple at work and have more calls for that it is simply and alone the Depreciation and Loss on Real peach and plum trees In abundance upon the Estate place two large pits stocked with Marshal Melt their services than they can fill plea of the demagogue and the Suspended Debt churged off 2518 SJ 3900 00 roses and u green house planted with roses and 41292 97 heated with Hltchlngs Improved hot water Everybody is feeling the elec- trickster appuratus Away with all such GRANT GREEN Cashier trical and revivifying effect of the TERMS EASY W this 5th day of July 1887 stuff If you are honestly op- Sworn to bsfore me Theobald Notary Public Apply to Dr H HALL E S on glorious victory of progress July 7 it posed to all progress and internal Wednesday last improvement say so like men and Hurrah for progress enterprise be honest enough to acknowledge BUGGIES SURRYS HARNESS and prosperity your real sentiments but dont MY THE SEASON OF 1887 WILL MAKE miles from Frankfort onAT L NO S18 LEW18STREET the two The Frankfort Cornet Band are attempt to hide behind the sup- Â¬ THE WuSkIfcTTED N H B at N1EARLY OPPOSITEcarriage FARMERS BANK work renalred and trankfort Ky for our entitled to our thanks jjfor a de Â¬ posed interests of others They To solicit orders Expensesreliable Nursery Stock 25 TO INSURE A MAEE IN FOAL painted J J QUIN or Commission Per Good salary and Apr lfMni guaranteed Address lightful serenade on Wednesday dont need or ask your sympathy manent employment SNELL HOWLAND at once suiting age Money due as soon as the fact Is ascertained or Nurserymen St Louis Mo the mare parted with last The boys outdid themselves We admire a man who has the July Vim FARM FOR SALE DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE on the occasion of the torch light manhood to assert his opinions THE FINE HOLSTEXK FRIESIAN DULL TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT BAYWOOD Is a beautiful bay 16 hunds and 3 procession and the day of the even if we think he is in error ot III health I offer my farm ot 1G3 acres Inches high with a line black mane and tall and Lawrenceburg few weeks hand 230 election and deserve and should Be independent and true men or Aggie Jessies Netherland can show a colts gait with only aproven to be not lying on thefor sale privatelypike athree miles from at burgaln Frankfort have already linn His He Is the cheap only line looking but trotters J E PARRENT receive the gratitude of everybody cease to claim the name June 11 tf ever stood in Frauklln county ft BE PERMITTED TO SERVE A LIM est horse WILL number ot cows during the season of BAYWOOD Standard Rule 7 Bay stallion We have heretofore given our foaled 1881 Sired bv Harold sire of Maud S 1887 at my farm 011 Owen turnpike one mile from Frankfort The percessions done move opinion of these boys and now Aggie Jessies Netherland H F H B vol 1 from the best families of No 807 simply reiterate it When you and the progressive people are his nice conies record two of for milk and butter Alexanders Norman sire of Lulu 215 May whose both 3 dam by thoroughbred son of Im ESTABLISHED Is as good as that of any breed or family ot cattle Queen 2 20 COAL want good music let our boys driving the team that is pulling known He Is of line size and well formed and Is ported Soterelgn 4 dam bred by the late R A HAVING RECENTLYwe are prepared toAfurnish Frankfort by Old St Lawrence Campbell Creek and other coal on short notice in excellent condition Terms for the season Alexander make it for you and you will be the triumphal car Moss backs due at time of service 0 10 cents per bushel Otllce tor the present at H W L COLLINS U Williams grocery where orders may be left L B MARSHALL jump in and stop your growling sure to be satisfied May21 2m April 9 3m MoDANIEL April 30 3iu GAINES m Â¬ 160 Bickerton Winston jr son of Blckerton 88 Winston and Mary McClure Winston died at the Bloomington house of his parents In Parker county Texas on 101 Bridgeport 34 Logan He born of 118 the 14th Ky June 1887 1857 was was 29In years 6 22 Cedar Run county Nov 28 and 8 283 months and 16 days old Unlike most boys he Bald Knob J Flat Creek 195 seemed to care but little for scenes of excitement that lure from home and lead to debauchery and Benson 153 excess 9 Home near the mother he so fondly loved was ever to him attractive and beautiful In the society of those he regarded as his 1208 There 28 8 truest friends he led a peaceful and quiet life 1208 About three years ago at a protracted meeting held In an humble building not far from his home he made a profession of religion and was baptized Majority 1630 Into the fellowship of the Ath Creek Baptist Church During his long decline the Christians hope sustained him und gave him n patience and We have heard a great deal of fortitude truly wonderful He seldom uttered a word of complaint and his life went out as calm late about the right of people to and placid as the setting of the summers sun He often spoke of heaven as the home to which Now it he was hastening of Jesus as the sinners best c vote taxes on others friend and of God as the giver of all good He some of on his strikes us that a people have a would callsongs ofloved ones to sing the names the or Zlon repeating beautiful some he had treasured In his mind of right to vote taxes upon them- Â¬ first HuesJesus lover of my soul Shall we meet such as beyond the Ac I selves and even if they do vote and exhortedriverof hisneed thee every hour meet family and friends to all died heaven those taxes and they of neces him In he yet hadThe evening he to last when It several strengh enough seemed days his family sitting near he directing what sity bear on others who may not he wanted to get the next day paused in the con Â¬ said the time has come The versation andand hoHIng out his hand tofor me to approve it who is wronged go to Jesus each bade all farewell and Just as the sun sank In the west taxes are equal and uniform so burst the Imprisoned spirit from Its tenement sped on rapid pinions to the God who of clay No tax could ever be levied if it gave toand realms of happiness to dwell with the the blest Â¬ Court house Market house Gas house Forks of Elkhorn 788 786 851 246 71 23 29 It Friend 43 27 In Memoriam Peaks Mill DO YOU We WANT THE EARTH we will give you the cant give you that bat best in the city Gents Shoe for 11 11 11 300 iu 11 11 11 HATS HINTS HATS R K MCCLURE -- ja MASTIN BROS i Â¬ BAYW00D FOE SALE Â¬ Â¬ Feb-2G-- ly SALESMEN PQI3SALB Â¬ Â¬ New Ooal Firm Â¬ i PflCi l w - n vVi Jd a j V v rVv t HJJFy- -- fur-- BW7d TJ ar iTrW T79P vt - V s T ft FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I FRANKFORT JULY 9 1887 XieCompte Smoke the White Wing Cigar at 37 6m Carpenters We are sorry to say that there are quite a number of little boys yho are growing up in this com munity without any parental authority being exercised over them They are getting to be a nuisance to themselves and everybody else Their behavior is such as to disgust all quiet and decent people Little kids not much more than knee high indulge in profanity and vulgarity in public that is positively sickening to every genteel person We do not expect them to be saints or prodigies of pro priety but we do expect them to so behave themselves that the blush of shame shall not be ibrought to the cheek of innocent girls passing about the streets Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The picnic given by the colored people to the U B F and S M T at Lake Park on the Fourth was a decided success The members of the order together with Winchester Camp paraded the streets both before and after the picnic headed by Baileys Cornet Band of Georgetown and made quite a creditable display At night the festival was held at the hall on St Clair street The gold watchwhich was to be awarded to the most popular young lady was won by Miss Agnes Norman The second prize a silver napkin ring was won by Miss Mamie Hal leck The gold headed cane to be awarded to the most popular gentleman was won by Mr W Henry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We call attention to the very attractive advertisement of Mr Chas F Exum in another column Having taken the agency for the Kanopolis Land Company in this city he proposes to boom the real estate of that place in this sec- Â¬ tion FRANKFORT MARBLE WORKS jOEsasr e o xhT2t pkopbibtor -- F K DIALER IN AND MANUFAOTUBEB OF- - ITALIAN MARBLE tion All kinds of stone work GRANITE MONUMENTS S RUSTIC TABLETS Correspondence solicited ANN STREET April li 3ra HEADSTONES Estimates furnished on applica Â¬ FRANKFORT KENTUCKY promptly attended to Dorsey Professor Ed C Went has returned to the city from his Cin- Â¬ much cinnati trip seemingly improved and reports having had a most glorious Fourth of July He is modest and reserved time as to his concert in front of the Probasco Fountain but we have it from good authority in fact from an eye witness that he acquitted himself most artistically The only regretful occurrence was that the Professor had his charm the beautiful Ruby eyed trilobite badly mashed how he does not know and does not try to explain Â¬ The Centennial celebration in October and the result of the election on Wednesday show what Frankfort can do when she is a unit Now why cannot we all Â¬ We have often said and now repeat it that we have no patience with the idea that we must always go away from home to get any- Â¬ thing we may need It is the duty of every one who expects to make his living in this community to spend the money he makes out of our people here at home We are led to say this by reason of the fact that our people are sending away to have their marble work done when they can get it done here at home by competent workmen and at as low rates as it will be done away freight and drayage added If you dont believe it call on Mr John E Glenn at the Frankfort Marble Works on Ann street and be convinced Â¬ 238 For Rent The store in Odd Fel- lows Temple now occupied by Medicia Torchon Val Chantilla Sam D Co Possession Johnson Antique and the largest assorted stock given June 1st 1887 of Hamburgs just received at A Har Â¬ Apply to ris St Clair street 39 E A Fellmer m Clin Corporate ConlmUtee Hams sides shoulders lard Laces Laces Laces etc beef veal mutton lamb sausage H Fincels at C VV 41 Â¬ For Sale A good second hand purchased a large stock of piano for sale at a bargain Apply at silks and will offer them at very low this office 29 tf prices Call and see them Every C V H Fincel will sell you a yard guaranteed at A Harris St nice sweet ham low 36 tf Clair street 39 tf son Parasols at cost ut Sam D John Â¬ Co 40 l I just w J Heeneys Coffee reduced 2i cents m a pound at 40 Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at ChapÂ¬ man Gavles 34 tf If work as unanimously and harmoniously to secure the appropria- Â¬ tion to complete the Capitol building Let us all go to work when the Legislature meets in December to secure that end leaving self out of the question Â¬ m Do not fail to examine my stock of The Heywood Is the best baby car Â¬ Â¬ hosiery There probably never was such memberbefore buying elsewhere Re riage made For sale by R Rogers the place A Harris 32 an outpouring of enthusiastic St Clair Street 39 good natured people in Frankfort My corsets for 40 cents can not be Call and see the bargains in white beat in the world for the price Call as turned out to take part in and goods at Sam D Johnson Cos and see them at A Harris St JClair view the torch light procession on 39 and think only of Frankfort and her future welfare Let us resolve to make it go through and the result will be a glorious success Â¬ Â¬ Little Hatry Crutcher son of D C Crutcher Esq came very near a horrible death on Monday evening Mr Ed OHara was driving his buggy rapidly around the corner of Main and Ann streets and just as he reached the crossing Harry attempted to run across the street in front of the liorse As good luck would have t the horses fore feet missed the little fellow and some gentleman saw the danger and jerked him out before the wheels of the buggy struck him As Misses Carrie and Neva Blakemore daughters of Mr J N St Blakemore were driving down Clair street on Thursday their buggy came in collision with a 3ieavy wagon whereby the left fore wheel was mashed down Some young men standing near caught the horse and assisted the young ladies to alight from their I buggy and thus prevented more We did not serious trouble The children and friends of the learn the name of the driver of Baptist Sunday school were given the wagon a picnic and excursion on the We would call the attention of Steamer Grace Morris and barge the two young men from Benson Annie on Wednesday They who discontinued their papers went up the river as far as Cali on account of the railroad to fornia Park near Oregon and the fact that the Roundabout spent the day enjoyably returning comes out on time this week and home about dusk The thanks of all concerned are will still continue business at the tendered to the officers and ownold stand ers of the Morris for their untiring If Mr James A Harrod the efforts to make every one have a fiery and untamed orator of Shelby good time They succeeded county will kindly go to Bourbon and make speeches against the That old and solid institution subscription to the Paris George- the Farmers Bank declared a town Tk Frankfort railroad we semi annual dividpnd of three per think the majority for it in that cent on Monday last Theres county will be near 3000 no danger of any Fidelity Bank Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday night last It was the last grand rally before the voting commenced on Wednesday morning The procession was formed new champion about 8 oclock and marched Judge Pences saw mill has been completed and through the principal streets of commenced operations on Thurs- the city both North and South day The Judge has been very Side unfortunate in having so many The sidewalks were thronged fires in late years but we- trust with enthusiastic people and as that he will have no further the marching column of cheering trouble in that line He has a citizens passed they united their large stock of timber on hand and voices with the vast volume of is ready to fill all orders with neat- sound going up from the happy ness and dispatch Bridge tim- throats which with the music of bers are made a specialty The the Frankfort Cornet Band Judge is a clever and reliable gen- Baileys Cornet Band and Bradys tleman and deserves and should Band made the old town lively for receive a full share of the public one timeat least patronage Everybody went home after the procession disbanded happy An old couple were married in in the belief that the road was Paris Ky on Tuesday last in sure of a big majority very romantic style The groom Mr Griffin Kelly is 71 years of For Sale Mrs Rebecca age and the bride A new frame house No 520 K Hildredth is only a few months upper Main street seven rooms younger Mrs H had a house Thos J Hutchison n advertised for rent in the 43 3t Mr Kelly called to see Blue Lick Water fresh from the her about it was very much attracted by the ladys appearance Springs on draught at LeCompte 36 and at once laid seige to her heart Carpenters After a short wooing the lady Lost On Tuesday a package yielded and they were united by containing a black and white pinstripe satteen dress skirt cut out Rev J S Sweeney Â¬ Â¬ - street 39 My white goods stock consists of mulls French nainsook Judea lin 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 D Johnson Co Get a Heywood baby carriage of R Rogers they are the best in the market 32 MATTERNS best Photographs of all sizes reduced to half price age R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ manufactured the Heywood 32 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Heywood baby carriage the Parasols and fans in all shades and styles at very low prices at A Harris best made for sale at R Rogers 32 39 St Clair street m Sheriffs Notice Mastin Bros keep the best machine The tax books for Franklin oil Price 60 cents per gallon 40 county are now in my hands and A job lot of 12 4 white quilts very all persons are notified to come cheap Sam D Johnson Co forward and settle their taxes for 40 the year 1887 The new revenue Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid law requires me to collect and pay gloves hosiery and collars and cuffs over the revenue to the State be- 39 Co Sam D Johnson fore the first day of September In my dress goods ustock you will next and all not paid by that time find some of the choicest materials in will have six per cent and costs all shades and patterns Therefore ii added as a penalty you wish to purchase examine my J W Gaines Sheriff stock before going elsewhere ReÂ¬ Frankfort Ky April 21 member the place A Harris St 1SS7 33 Clair street 39 Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn Not wishing to carry any stock Mower the best in the world from over for fall I offer to the publio Mastin Bros 86 my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ IE i Kentuck-ian-Citize- Â¬ Â¬ S and sewed up with ruffle around South Side 39 E James 33 Finder will please the bottom Trimmed and untrimmed bonnets leave at this office and be rewardMastin Bros sole agents for Ken Â¬ and hats at greatly reduced prices ed 42 2t tucky River Mills hemp binder 39 Sam D Johnson Co 30 twine -- Cheap Meat Meat Meat Blood Orange Empsons Ginger Fou Rent A two story frame Cheap At C W Cheap Ale and Drennon Water constantly residence with five rooms and cellar H Fincels 41 tf on tap at V L Jetts South Side on the corner of Logan and Campbell 40 White dress flannels tricots ami streets Gas in the house and water A Singer sowing machine given in the yard Apply to W C Hern sponge cloths at Sam D Johnson 30 away with soap at W L Jetts don Cos 40 Greshatus old stand For Rent Store rooms good Orders for Drennon Water received location rents low C W H Fincel tf 40 at W L Jetts South Side 41 When Baby m iickwe gar her Caitoria Â¬ tions and millinery at such reduced The best Soda Water in rates that will guarantee satisfac Â¬ tion Therefore it will be to your the world with iee cream interest to come and examine my in it at Chapman Gayles stook and be convinced Place your farms and town lots for A HARRIS sale with Win P Scott He will St Olair Street 39 advertise them thoroughly tf LOOK Fou with six room3 A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re and a Rent Houseon kitchen stable the premises ceived at Lecompte Carpenters near City School Apply to Dr Â¬ I Buy your binding twine for reaping Fresh lot of Shaker preserves at 40 machines of 0 11 Crutcher Co Jas Heeneys m 39 30 When ahe km a Child she cried for Castoria When she became Miss aho clang to Castoria Whea aha had Children ahe gare them Caatoria Â¬ m It was a splendid idea to have the bands out and playing stirring music all day It kept everybody in a good humor and made things lively Sam D Johnson Co have a job lot of l white quilts that they are 39 Co will sell selling at low figures Syrup of Figs Sam D Johnson you a hat from twenty cents up For hats and bonnets A Harris Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ 40 nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco 39 Emporiumis headquarters m Cal is Natures Own True Laxa- See ad Â¬ Fon Sailor Hats Sailor hats at business in this concern For Scotch ginghams xatteen bat Â¬ tlve It is the most easily taken 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair pleasantly effective vertisement in another column iste and lawns call at A Harris St and the most to cleanse the system remedy known 30 street Clair street 39 when bilious or costive to dispel Captain Ben C Milam has been colds and Co keep a full Sam D Johnson goods in our millinery depart Â¬ headaches constipationfevers to cure All indigestion habitual granted a pension as a Captain in lino of P D and Thompsons Glove ment at reduced prices etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 39 Fitting Corsets the Mexican war 39 Sam D Johnson Co bottles by Chapman Gayje tf O Binding twine for reapers for sale by It Crutcher Co ft s 11 4 m 1 xv A- i fill III MWWPWMMaWWeJl - WVi -- fi J S vi4 ii MIMaMMMil KJviiv iJLu lll n aaiHiBBaaMaaM MMJaaHad4jMHauaikAaHMMIMia1 RJ5JS irilTmi f - jAjl iXiJLki 1 HiMHMP4wwMHvHHHHK - ViWa - wiiMPmml Ki y ywrjTwwrrr H - in - yTT 5s j i BreISJrW - Vlr Trn5rT r 1 y K t fl r 2 r ft L r4fa - rt- iV - IK KM V 1 1 w C f - fV iJl It s I i4 Ei t A Gentlemen Ill never forget But if I do Im certain you The Lexington and Frankfort Capt youll never forget me base ball clubs played the first Suggs game of their series in the Blue Say Tom did you hear about grass League Wednesday after- a man having his head cracked noon on the grounds of the latter with a glass the other day in in Bellepoint resulting in a score town No was he for the railroad or of 8 to 6 in favor of Lexington had greatly against it The Frankforts Against it strengthened their nine since the Well you may depend its not game of Monday afternoon and true for that kind of a head cant the game was very interesting be cracked with a glass Theres The man Mr George Nelson who is em a mistake some where was either for the railroad or the ployed at the cooper shop of head was cracked with a forty Co Messrs W A Gaines You bet pound sledge occupied the pitchers box for the Col W O Bradleys remarks Frankfort boys and showed a are noted by our people with inbut unfortusplendid delivery terest His facts and figures dont nately there was no one to catch injure Democracy a particle him and the Lexingtons made Convict labor pension tariff most of their scores on passed treasury sinking fund have been balls Frank Buttimer the old very roughly handled by him but reliable had also been secured for he has never yet dared to attack our soup Democrats remember the nine and covered second the Republicans can never hope to base The boys had never played improve that and if Col Bradley together before but will do better can be induced to taste our burgoo he will be certain to vote the next time The Frankforts go to George- Â¬ Democratic ticket next August A bad party cant make good town to day to play their third soup game with the club of that All the members and friends of place and we hope will bring Pea Ridge Sunday school are re- Â¬ home as good a report as on their quested to be in attendance to former visit a week ago morrow at 3 p m to arrange for Â¬ Â¬ We are requested by Sheriff our annual Sunday school picnic rocket which he held in his hand Pea Ridge and to invite all the officers and while setting fire to it Gaines to say that the money to Railroads and steam boats called tho members of the Salvation Army of Diseases be Are getting all the go Miss Mollie Enlow who has 18 cnuso tlicro Father medium pay the officers who held the Cause dirt roads and flat boTtls to spend the day with us Lambs been on a visit to relatives left which disease no is no attacks thothrough system often Go so precious slow as shoat ice bread lemons candy last Thursday for her home at thoby tho absorption of poisonous gases la election last Wednesday is now in retention of decayed mulcileto mutter In the stomach aud bowels Is Commo- and money have already been Clifton We met enemy Ky Miss Anna B Cole- by a Torpid M ver not enough Itbtlocaused being his hands All the officers are re- dore Perry the from promised to The Ridge never does man accompanied her and will be excreted own the blood Is produce Natures cathartic and generally quested to call at once and get accompanied with such results as Good morning Franklin you things half way Every thing absent several weeks panted is offered without asking their money did a first rate days work last Now is your chance to buy nice Lois of Appetite Volunteers to form a transport Wednesday Sick Headache corps will be called for to convey juicy beef and have it delivered The steamer Hibernia arrived on Isaiah chap 40 v 4 greatly the Army here right at your door The enterBad Breath etc All those willing Sunday afternoon with an excur- encouraged the friends of the who have gentlemen The treatment of Constipation does not to assist please attend and let us prising consist merely In unloading tho sion party for Oregon returning road as it certainly seemed to in- make the Sunday school picnic launched off in this business are Tho medloinomustnotonlyiictnsa bowels Â¬ purga tive but boatonlcas well and not troducft Messrs James Gallihue and Ryland dicate that the F G P would the success it deserves to be arrived in Frankfort on Monday Its uso greater costivencss To secure They have employed after Bedford a regular abitof body without changing the 4th of July It was composed be built Mr Will Dennis is well known Mr Polk South jr to assist the diet or disorganizing tho oystcm Mr Smith Read and family of as a most ardent advocate of of a large number of Owen county Shelby county Who have been temperance with all the word im- them They are selling at prices people Leave your to suit the times visiting the families of Mr Louis plies Hearing that a great poli- orders and they will be attended The Presbyterian Sunday school and Mr Robert Choate have re- tician was treating the boys Will to Market days Tuesday and went to him and got three pints of Saturday gave a most delightful excursion turned home Wheat stacking in progress whisky which he soon made into m and picnic Monday on the barge Corn that seemed to need a fire camphor liniment enough to last Mrs W G Mandlehr is erectAnnie and Steamer Grace Morris insurance policy are for years ing a handsome two story brick My attention after suffering with Constipa The California Picnic Park three much benefited and gardens and tion for two or three years was called to Simmons Being asked why a man of his by the late Liver Regulator ana having tried almost every was the splendid showers miles below Oregon principles asked for whisky he residence on her lot purchased thing else concluded to try it I first took Mr W T Runyan on Ann wineglassful and afterwards reduced the dose to a a place selected for the picnic sir from measure teaspoonfu as per directions after each meal t The Captain of the Salvation said temperance whisky found that it had done me so much good that I it takes a pint of to make street Gus Schatfer contractor continued it until I took two bottles Since then I Cornet Army accompanied by Lieutenant a man drunk so I kept three men have not experienced any difliiuliy Baileys Georgetown I keep It ia Alice visited Mrs Reddy last my house and would not be without it but have 1m BtfJamlBf f te no use for ltlt having cured me Gno W Band came here on Monday to at- Â¬ Wednesday Quite a number of sober to day The beginning of disease is aallght debility Sims Asst Clerk Superior Court Uibb Co Ga reor disorder of some of the vital organs the tend the U B F picnic and If the four lawyers who discuss recruits who live here called on usually Take only the Genuine the convict labor question will give stomach the liver or the bowels liver ia mained over until Thursday morn them and spent a pleasant day There are dyspeptic symptoms the Which has on the Wrapper the red f3B Trade their various views to the public troublesome the skin grows tawney aud un Â¬ mark and Signature of ing The music they made on Rev T N Arnold will preach it could not fail to interest people healthy looking there are pains In the right J H ZEILIN CO Wednesday especially was very at the school house to morrow at 5 side or through the right shoulder blade The What an infamous system it is the climax fine They are polite and gentle- oclock p m Our people still re- No one dare defend it Ask any physical is often an utter prostration of But energies perhaps a fatal issue if the difficulty manly and we wish them great member with pleasure the steel of our officers about it and they Stomach Bittersis met in time with Hostetters which is always effective as rail double track lightning ex- will be certain to refer you to the a remedy and it should be resorted to at an prosperity early stage there will be no reason to apÂ¬ press sermon he preached at his excellent quality of our burgoo prehend those injurious subsequent effects upon the system often entailed by entirely OF CINCINNATI OHIO Let the joyful news go out to last meeting here If the fact that large numbers of cured diseases Far better is it also to em ploy this safe remedial agent in fever and WILL BE AT THE Frankfort is at all the people Funniest election ever heard our working men are leaving for ague and other malarial complaints thaa quinine and other potent drugs which evea and full of joy of Cant tell who is ahead Re- other cities and other States is when they do prove effectual Tor a time ruim last wide awake stated the burgoo is praised again tie stomach and impair the general huUfc We have left the shameful lethar- publican or Democrat IN FRANKFORT KY Mr Editor please allow a few I want to vote with my party gy of the past away back yonder of jcourse SATURDAY JULY 2 1887 lines to give a working mans view Kentucky Central Eailroad SATURDAY JULY 30 1887 We are on the where it belongs Are you for or against the rail- p the convict labor system Does it pay up grade now with a whole town road If we receive 10000 and Which is the Republican and pay out 60000 for 1887 we are BLUB GRASS ROUTE full of engines of progress with a Shortest and Quickest luute from doing well That each convict BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING full head of steam on If you which is the Democratic ticket working out displaces one free Both Cured absolutely One tlOOO Thousand Dollars CENTRAL KENTUCKY given tocase of Pilesany charity be by designate may sufferer or dont want to join the progressive is beyond workman dispute for any I cannot cure the BRINK Cuirrassieurs of the guard I ERHOFF SYSTEM march you had better clear the TO ALL POINTS average of have sent two brigades to carry Each worker has an NO KNIFE IS USED track for the wheels are rolling that bridge and they have failed five people dependent on him for NORTH EAST 1ST AND SOUTHWEST NO LIGATURE IS USED Now let those who never fail ad- support so that for every convict LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED A disgraceful row occurred on vance to the storm Napoleon at employed on public works the FAS INLINE BETWEEN NO CHLOROFORM IS USED population is reduced just six the base ball ground in Belle Montereaw FISTULA 13V ANO in We have sent two parties to Multiply the 1131 convicts by 6 LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI Monday afternoon point Is cured gives us 6786 which is the numwhich one man was knocked or save the people and they have ber of people driven away by the FISSURES thrown down and pistols were failed Now let those who never system SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV si 1866 Cured without cutting or tearing fail advance to carry the position jerked out and flourished in the If we take any city having a ULCERATION CATARRH Franklin county has good population of 6786 with all its Soutn Hound air The Frankfort Base ball Club No 6 No 4 No 12 Of the bowel cured fcx Ex Sun Daily Sun was in no way responsible for the reason to feel proud of Wednes- wealth and means of creating Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu days work Far better than wealth if we were to utterly de larly for nearly three years and the many cures as it was kicked up by another outlet and far better than stroy and blot it off the State map Ive covington trouble be has made among the wealthy and Influential 8 30 a m 8 25 p m 300pm 10 03 a m 9 35 p in 3 30 p m citizens are sufficient evidence of bis success Fatinoutn some outsiders who had imbibed the improvement it will make in it would fairly represent one loss It Is now a well established fact that many dis j 04 am 10 24 p m 4 39 p m Cyuthiani eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder 11 40 a m 10 50 p in 515pm Arr Paris nervous system are either caused or pretty freely As there was no our county is the exposure of the State sustains through the sys Lexington 12 30 p m 30 p m 6 10 p m womb and by aggravated the coexistence of PILES FISTU tem of convict labor but only one J Lve Piris si 50 a in 10 55 p m 530pm LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER officer on the ground authorized to false friends 12 35 p m 11 iS p m 605pm Arr Winchester REFERENCES Franklin county never knew loss Richmond 2 00 p m 7 15 p m make an arrest the parties enA H McClure Frankfort Ky Lancaster 5 07 p in Mechanics farmers and miners that those who were honored by Co D L Sublett Erankfort Ky Stanford 0 oc p m gaged in the row were not ejected the people with places of honor those people must be housed fed Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky 2 00 p m Lve Richmond W J Hughes Frankfort Ky from the grounds but in future and profit were such enemies of im- and clothed which would give em- Arr Berea 3 30 p m J H McKenzie Versailles Ky Livingston 5 45 P m DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at S76 the club will have a deputy sheriff provement till the mask of hypoc ployment to thousands who in turn West Seventh street Cincinnati and where be may be found every day of each week EXCEPT No 11 No or constable on the ground to look ricy was stripped from their faces would employ others No 3 North Bound FEIDAIS AND BATUEDAYS last Wednesday I cannot take my walks abroad after such partjes CONSTIPATION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelley Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I am under lock and key And much the State I do applaud For taking such care of me So That while you treat us like you do Youll never lack for thrives heres to our grand old Commonwealth Theres this one thing I believe Berea Arr Richmond Ive Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Ive Lexington P i Falmouth Arr Covington Ive Livinzston 8 00 10 2j 11 45 11 a m a m a m mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad- - Pamphlets describing these diseases and this uressiiig 20 a m W 6 05 a m 7 15 a m 11 00 1 nam a m 800am 25 25 a m 45 P m 3 40 p m 4 17 p m 5 18 p m 6 45 p m 1 I KELLEY M D 0 1 376 West Seventh St Dec 26 ly Cincinnati Forks of Elkliorn Raspberries about gone Blackberries coming in Oat crop will be excellent New wheat slow at 65 cents Stock hogs selling at 4 cents Late cabbage plants are in demand Threshing tjrain is the order of Â¬ Cvnthiana 30 p m 245 p m 3 20 p m 3 45pm 3 30 p m BF CONSULTATION FREE 7 8 8 3 4 47 P m 10 6 00 p m 11 59Pm m 59 a m a m oj 35 a m a Franklin County FARM FOR SALE SELL ON JULY 9TH 10 WILL M on the premisesTHE Collins1887 ATsit Â¬ the farm MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington Pari No 51 Daily Ex Sun 725 a 842 a 005 a 1035 a Fx Sun 633 725 747 815 910 3 Si 8 15 No 53 Daily Ex Sun a Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Mavsville South Bound 9 57 Â¬ Â¬ the day The recent rains have refreshed every thing in this locality Hurrah for the railroad and this precinct which rallied with a clean majority of 219 Mr Wm Sudduth has just re turned from a visit to Tattle Ridge He seems to Tattle more than ever Its in the climate I reckon A protracted meeting will commence at Mt Pleasant Church tomorrow July 10 Rev G F Bagby of Frankfort will assist the pastor L W Morgan Mr G W Coharn of Wood lake in celebrating the 4th had his hand badly burned by a sky UMIV Arr Paris Arr Lexington Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle Lve Millersburg LveMaysville Arr Covington I a a a a a a ii15a Soo p m 4 3 m m in m m m m oop m uated nine miles northeast or Frankfort near the Peaks Mill pike It contulns ONE HUNDRED 435pm AND TWENTY SEVEN ACRES grass and 530pm abundant water u good house all In of seven rooms 5 48p m sprint house buggy bouse a nne burn and 200 612 p m fruit trees on the pluce Also twenty seven head 76p m of cuttle nlty heud of stock hogs seven head of 7 4iPm horses a variety of fowls a lot of oats a good No 54 buggy wagons furmlng Implements household and kitchen furniture Easy terms For Informa Â¬ Daily BRO Frankfort Ex Sun tion upply to C E COLLINS Ky June 11 td 1250pm 129 P m 333P m 346P m NEW PLANING MILL 6 oop m 315pm 610pm No 45 leave Lexington 843 p m arrive Paris J Ii M First WAKEFIELD ClRSS are daily between Win cheter Lexington and Cincinnati otfier trains are laiiy except Sundav Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashlana Huntington Charleston W Vi and Eastern Cities NOTE Trains and Havingreoently added to his Establishment Planing Mill of now prepared to furnish all kinds Â¬ Â¬ Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent oi the company or S F B MORSE D A FEELEY Gen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky H E HUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Ky and Washington Fast Line Nosi 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester D C SubDoors SlisdsFrftmes Moldug ALSO Scroll Work Stair Work Gottenout In the best I Taming Btyle fc fv j VLlTrt rAM um ai rfJOt - T TTY8 Jk vfflvfW WTlrSirf f - v I wjw- - r5r HrrtfnfV ft jn- - fnrrflrr wnTjwpjrP fff 7 V How do you like the looks of A Lodge of Perfection Scottish Rite Cerneau Masons will shortly our majority be organized in this city with majority hundred Sixteen about forty members Good God said the woocock For paints oils brushes and glass and to Benson he flew fc nt hard time prices see Gray m 43 Dr G A D Brown of this Church hurdware merchants FRANKFORT KY load of Old Hickory Wagons Car has been granted a pension Representing the following1 Staunch Companies city All persons having torches that just received by Mastin Bros LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE as a soldier in the late war 30662196 43 LONDON ASSURANCE were used in the procession will London 15713840 IMPERIAL 12137900 NORTHERN Darnell bought of please leave them at Mr Jno T Mangan 8925740 Bald Knob COMMERCIAL UNION 8865370 Manchester Mr W Leslie Collins Benson Buckleys store on St Clair street fcNCASHIRE 4853837 4910483 Good rains Hertford HARTFORD Valley Stock Farm a fancy road- Â¬ The New Era Clothes Washer is 4754342 CONNECTICUT ffiorf 1974760 AMERICAN Corn and oats looking fine Phlliidelnhla 1918432 ster gelding going out fast People are delighted WASHINGTON F AM Boston 1810273 HarUord N ear here Miss Lucy ORIENT CENTRAL Died 1551953 AMERICAN residences and with them See Gray Church St Louis Five new frame 1172793 HAMBURG BREMEN Burns of dropsy Germuny 43 1023694 one handsonte brick store house 100266503 Mr J Whitehouse is here repJudge J Q Ward and wife have resenting a Kenton county nursery are going up on the South Side Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING gone on a tour through New Mex- Â¬ and is doing a good business June 18 ly Louis D Craig has been Capt ico Arizona and California ac- Â¬ The election passed off very assigned to duty as Night Store- Â¬ companied by a party of eight quietly All but eight votes cast Is Tbe Best Car-Â¬ keeper at the O F C and young ladies in this precinct were against the Waterproof Goat lisle Distilleries railroad The many friends of Prof T KYer Me Mr James A Edwards of Shel Ron cenalat nnltnl Dont One man said they would all tmatr finivncrrnirvrl WAt6mnrmnnvTjri mm rnfth V nuiynuiv lumped wiia in abort Tom Gaines in this city would apply to the Legislature to make j inwfin a ana win Keep you ary in tne imrueu storm iiuiijr kokt na riror TR1DC MARK byville but formerly withCrutcher Asaiorud nan ottAnu buckkrodq laKenootner at If vnuraiitnrekjnfi1ntJ fpnnron ih mmmonirn noTOn naw tli lot have v luirni at hardly recognize him from the a county by itself of Bald Knob JStarks this city and Miss May in yesterdays Wont that be gay Twyman of Versailles went to portrait published We sell the celebrated Lotta Summer Arrangement Mr Ed Fahy came out here to Tefiersonville Ind and were mar Courier Journal bustle Sam D Johnson Co get the news of the election MEWPOBT NEWS ried on Tuesday last Gov Knott Gen A E SteMISSISSIPPI VALLEV CO 42 There was strong talk of popping m Maj Clint McClarty him They did not believe the If the gentleman who lost a venson Col J Stoddard Johnston Maj news from town was true petition addressed to the Governor B F Camp Uncle Dick Tate I have heard a good many say Chesapeake ISAAC T WEST HAVING Ohio Route MRfrom the firm of Wakefield West RETIRED will call at this office he can oball debts and a few other gay young fel- Â¬ that they are going to quit trading due the Arm are parable to me and all parties tain the same as it was picked up are requested to come forward and nettle at once Will go to river and Pullman Oars and Solid Trains lows enjoyed a quiet burgoo with in town as I desire to close up the business of ttie firm on the street and left with us J M WAKEFIELD get the boats to carry their mar- Â¬ fixins on the the necessary July9 lm I think ket stuff to Louisville The trotting race ij4 miles at glorious fourth they wont want to try that but Col Peppers track on Saturday NOTICE TO BUILDERS Ladies scissors carving knives at once The railroads that go to To Washington Richmond between W L Col- Â¬ the hardware house of evening last that city can get there so much And Old Point Comfort Gray Church 43 quicker that every thing these lins and J Buford Hendricks PROPOSALS WILL BE SEALED at the Auditors office Frank greenhorns have to sell will be too entries was won easily by Collins lort Ky for the rebuilding of the east It is very expensive running the old and stale and they wont make workshop of the penitentiary until July To Louisville and Cincinnati I say hurrah for refreshing showers of rain bus as a street car and if our citi- Â¬ their expenses Very Qth at 12 m Connecting direct for all points In the Plans and specifications can be seen at and zens wish the benefit of such a the railroad and progress fell on Sunday afternoon the office of C J Clarke architect corner parched convenience it should be patronized again on Monday The of Fourth and Green streets Louisville SOUTH WEST Co offer WEST NORTH WEST Sam D Johnson and at the Wardens office in Frankfort vegetation drank it up liberally so that W B Luckett earth and Right reserved to reject any or all bids to day 500 yards India Linen at 10 and became smiling once more FAYETTE HEWITT the proprietor will be encouraged cents Former price 15 cents Auditor and Seeretaty Board of Directors to continue it So far it has been 42 In Effect June 5 1887 The east bound passenger train a losing business with him N wasdelayed for on tKe L Old fellow Hello N b Whats No 1 Deposit Bank of Frankfort No 3 Except Dally while on Thursday even- Â¬ the matter with you I never WESTWARD quite a Sunday Notes Now for the Capitol appropriaThere will be a special meeting of the 300 p 720 a m ing by running over and killing a tion when the Legislature meets saw anyone fleshen up like you Lve Norfolk 340 p Lve Old Point 800 a m Stockholders of the Deposit Bank of Frank have done 825 a m Lve Newport News 400 p fort held its office in this man near Lagrange We did not Let each citizen of Frankfort Richmond Thats easy enough told old Lve Gordonsvllle UOU p 1110 a in 400 p in day July at23 1S87 between citv onSaturof 917 p Lve 220 p m 725 p m the hours his name or the particulars make up his mind now that he will boy I have been having a good Arr Charlottesville UUw I learn 3 25 p m 830 pm 10 a m and 12 m to vote upon the acp Washington 530 ceptance or rejection the of the accident use every effort in his power next time eating beef and other good Lve Charlottesville 1005 p 1124 a m 1100 a in an act entitled An olAct provisions of 315 p m 255 am Arr to amend the felmeats furnished by that clever Lve Charlottesville 1020 p 350 P I 310 pm revenue laws of the Commonwealth of Mrs Addiq Garrett has com- Â¬ winter to secure a handsome low Mack Salyers Lve Waynesboro Jc 1118 p 458 P m 414 a in Tell you Lve Staunton so far as the same affects the 11 50 p 545 p in 445 a in Kentucky a forge menced the erection of a hand- appropriation and work for it what is the fact he dont make Arr Clifton Forge 215 a m 810 p in 700 am taxation of banks and bank capital 220 8 30 p m 730 am Lve Clifton H H Watson Alleghany 940 some two story frame residence on early and late and there will be very much fuss and brag about Lve White Sulphur 325 a 1010 p in 840 am Cashier 340 a p m 900 am Lve HInton the lot on Second street recently no doubt of the passage of the selling so awful cheap but he Lve Kanawha Falls 518 a 1210 a in 1120 am Frankfort Ky June 29 1887 4L 7 55 a Lve 320 a in 215 p in goes right along selling the best Lve Cannelton 815 u 350 a in 240 p in purchased by her of Mrs Col bill 005 a Charleston 450 a in 345 pm And Lve Huntington article at the lowest rate 045 a Lve 610 a m 4 50pm Mr L H Finnell is the Jouett 1022 a 7 05 a m 530 pm Water coolers and ice cream freez- Â¬ thats whats the matter with me Arr Ashland contractor 535 p Lve Ashland 857 a m 535 p cost at ers at Gray Churchs LUMBER FIRM OF WAKEFIELD 4 3t 1117 p 300 p m lll7pm THE Arr Columbus at Frankfort has been dissolved and 43 Iswiac TWest goes out of the firm 1022 a Lve Ashland 703 a in Juraes M Our people are fast becoming Wakefield will conduct the business as heretofore 155 p ArrMt Sterling 1110 a m and he alone Is authorized to collect debts due 230 p 1145 a m Arr Winchester used to the free delivery system the firm and will pay all Its debts In making When the vote of the county on 315 p 1235 nn Arr Lexington this announcement James M Wakefleld takes p p in 715 Arr Louisville 44a this occasion to return his thanks to the public It saves a great deal of time and the railroad proposition was 000 p ill 0 00 p Arr Cincinnati for their liberal patronage- extended heretofore be able to deposit a counted Thursday morning at the and solicits u continuance of public confldence trouble to No 6 No 2 No 4 and patronage Except Se Dally JAMES M WAKEFIELD letter in an adjacent letter box County Clerks office and the THE TWENTY THIRD SEMI ANNUAL SES EASTWARD Sunday Notes begin ot this school will 823 p m OOU U III Lve Cincinnati and have your mail brought to official majority declared to be 730 m 050 a Lve Louisville Â¬ There will be a called meeting of Frankfort Chapter No 3 on Tuesday evening next at 8 oclock work in M E and R A degrees A full attendance is earnestly requested JACOB SWIOERT FVGRAY JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F C CO Hughes GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS 2ft SLICKER 1 Tfc -- - 3 m T - 1 Â¬ 3STOTIOE- Â¬ EAST A 5 WEST 4 4 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ i I I DISSOLUTION 111 Dudley Institute I I your door 1630 Squire Jas B Russell of Monday Sept 12 18871 charge of Mrs T M Turner Bridgeport moved to make it Primary Department will have per session the of Terms Prof Blondell the champion unanimous and we second the twenty weeks swimmer gave- a free exhibition 87 50 Classical Department - 111 111 111 of his aquatic powers- on Thurs- Â¬ motion J i Y 4 V We regret to learn that the jy2 2m T M TURNER Prin health of little Johnnie youngest son of Mr John T Buckley is in 50 REWARD such a precarious condition that WEDNESDAY NIGHT JUNE 15TH A grave doubts are entertained as to ON black horse four years old about 15 hands high with one white hind foot was stolen from I will pay a reward of farm The Frankfort Base ball Club his recovery His parents took my for thenear Midway mare and the apprehen return of the 50 conviction of the thief went to Georgetown on Friday of him to Louisville Thursday after- sion and LISTER WITHERSPOON Midway Ky defeated the noon to consult Dr Yandell as to last week and Georgetown Club by a score of 9 his condition to 13 The Georgetowns came to For pocket table and butcher this city on Monday and returned knives you can have a large stock to the compliment by putting it on select from at low prices at The most popular Weekly newspaper devoted Gray Churchs tosclence mechanic engineering discoveries In our boys to the tune of 20 to 7 in 43 ventions and patents ever published Every num ber illustrated with splendid engravings ilTSu publication furnishes a most valuable encyclopedia eight innings of information which no person should be without music furnished The splendid The popularity of the Bcoentuio Amhucam Is such that its circulation nearly eaual that of all during the recent railroad camO train was delayed other papers of its class combined Price f3l a The C year Discount to Clubs Sold by all newsdealers ten hours on Wednesday by an paign by our home band proves MUNN CO Publishers No 38lBroadway N Y ni1 AT N TS tight Thirty accident on the upper end of the that they have greatly improved years practice before i by constant practice and are now the Patent Offlce and have prepared road in this State near Leon stamore than On Hundred Thou equal to any band in the country and applications for patents in the tion The engine and two or three United States and foreign countries Caveats Trade Marks Copy rights Assignments and all other papers for cars were derailed and badly and there is no longer an excuse securing te inventors their rigbts in tne United States Canada England France smashed up but strange to say for going to another place for preGermany and other foreign countr pared at short notice and on reasonable terms patenU cheer in- music on public occasions or tor there were very few persons information as to obtaining fully lva without charge Hand book of Patent obtained information sent free none seriously although the private entertainments jured In through Ifiu i noticed of the Sctntltto uch noticf la Thaadvantag American Ire train was crowded with passen- nndwstood by U BOTTOM Wlu wuw- Apply to Mastin Bros for Jl5ffirtr ooNwqtoMm gers storage 43 I0fc M Broadway Â¬ He swam from the day evening turnpike bridge to the wharf of the Grace Morris and performed a number of difficult feats in the water Intermediate Department Primary Department Arr Cannelton 25 00 Arr Kanawa Falls 20 00 Arr HInton Arr White Sulphur Arr Clifton Forge Lve Lve Lve Lve Lve Arr Lexington Winchester Hnutlngton I I Columbus Ashland Charleston Arr Waynesboro ic Arr Charlottesville Arr Washington Arr Baltimore Arr Philadelphia Arr New York IveCharlottesvllle Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Newport News Arr Old Point Vrr Norfolk rr Staunton Â¬ p m 1150 a p 111 100 p p in 1125 a a 111 555 p 5 35 a 111 800 p 700 a 111 9 55 p 748 a m 1100 p 810 a m 1130 p 1022 a 111 245 a 12 00 nll 510 a 115 p 111 640 a 341 p 111 920 a 410 p 111 1017 a 510 p ill tlXtt a 9 40 p 111 823 p 1125 p 111 1123 p 300 a 111 300 a 620 a 111 620 a 530 p m 111 K a ew p m 350 P 845 p ill 400 p 1040 p 111 635 p 1100 p 111 700 p 740 p 1100 1145 530 345 1 111 I I in 111 FARM FOR SALE 810 1100 120 234 305 615 840 1023 108 140 250 n in III 111 111 a a 111 AT A ill m m m 111 m m in m m m in in 111 111 111 FARM OF THE LATE JAS M LEWIS 100 acres lying on the Frankfort Creek turnpike about 4tj miles from and a 111 Frankfort There Is a good house containing J a 111 rooms on the premises also all necessary a 111 outbuildings a good well and cistern In the yard and an abundance of stock water on the 11 in i aot i 10 03 a 111 farm about ti nf thn Inml u 1235 nn the balance well timbered There is also a p in good applet orchard on the place azu further 41i in orForJetf LewisInformation call on the premises to In Bellepolnt 825 a 111 June 181m JEFF LEWIS 840 a 111 11 10 11 in 111 in p m p 111 p III p in p 111 B THE -- A SB 3- - Z 2fl iltt uu n 11 1215 m 13J a 111 111 p bjwyiWjiQ t I Lexington Division trains run by Central time Main Line trains east of Huntington run by East Â¬ ern time which Is one hour faster than Central FOR SAiLE HOUSES AND iI 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ WOO THE street and the Louisville Turnpike In South Frankfort as follows time 1 The house and lot now occupied by S C Bull No 1 dally except Sunday between Old Point 2 The house und lot north of undadlolnlng Col Norfolk and White Sulphur The train arriving Subletts lot ut White Sulphur on Saturday lays over until 3 The vacant lot adjoining the last named lot 1010 P m Sunday night For particulars Inquire of Dr Sam James or JOHN B LINDSEY No 2 dally except Sunday The train leaving May 28 2ni Louisville and Cincinnati on Saturday runs only to White Sulphur arriving there Sunday 510 a m and laying over until Monday 520 a 111 TRANSFER Nos 3 and 4 run dally except that they do not run between Richmond and Old Point on Sunday No 5 leaves Richmond and Washington dally 1 passenger and valise or satchel 25 cents except Sunday Runs dally between Clifton 1 passengegandl trunk 35 cento Forge and Ashland Connects ut As blind for 1 passenger and 2 trunks 50 cento Columbus dally except Sunday 2 passengers mid 1 trunk 50 cento 2 passengers and 2 trunks GO cento No 6 dally from Ashland to Clifton Forge Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged leaves Clifton Forge dally except Saturday arrives Washington Richmond and Old Point dally exÂ¬ Scents in addition to above Where there are several children charges will be reasonable cept Sunday Baggage will be transferred In wagon Fishing parties picnics dec will receive prompt Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains attention ut reasonable rates Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfolk on Mon Â¬ Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange day Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Satur Â¬ Holmes Hullorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of Â¬ day ut 7 p m for New York fice and A H Waggoners Grocery Store on Broadway For Rates Tickets Baggage Checks apply to W B LUCKETT any Offlce ot C A O Ry or Depot or Ticket Offlce Telephone 81 ot connecting Hues may also be left at LeCompte Carpen Â¬ C Orders W C WICKHAM H W FULLER ters South Side Drug Store 2d Vice President Genl Passr Agt May 28 3m LOTS FRONTING ON i tI NEW LINE f I ww mmimmmwmmmm v -- - VrJ fWry Wr - T - tKT riAjffyFSrg pyfV J31 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Horse Notes tw- Without the hearty STATEN DEHONEY of patrons and trustees our c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and And the business will be continued at the old stand schools are worthless Contract Work All work Guaranteed Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street Vocal music should be part of ofMay 8 tf JOS T STATEN our common school curriculum - - Frankfort Kentucky No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block MarW Any teacher whose fondness Coal for alcoholic drinks that in the Choic least retards his efficiency as such KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED is unworthy the trust ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full Teachers should be paid accord- Weight Bottom Prices ing to their ability and not according to the size of the district It is Telephone connection No 36 not unfrequently the case that the third rate teacher receives WITH THE one mile in first class pay and first class as a FRANKFORT K Y 1 4i and was not thought of in his teachers third rate pay Favorite Oec8f It may be we race at Chicago as the odds were ism the cause Ever brought to this city in assume too much when we assert OLE twenty five to one COLLINS BR0 only those should be allowed to DEALERS IN Aint she a regular jim dandy teach who propose to make it a Jacobin the of Jils Johnson ran a mile in The fastest time made 140 was by Ten Broeck 139 Darnell bought of Mangan Mr Nat I McDaniel a fattcy harness mare that will often be seen on the road Darnell bought of Mangan Mr David Rodgers a nice bay mare by Selim dam of Tom Crowder There will be a trotting match at the track of Col R P Popper on Saturday next by the owners of four of the fastest roadsters in the county colt C H The Toild of California who won the American derby at Chicago ran three-year-old three-year-old two-year-old son Mrs Ruth Hall and children P LIGHT and Miss Lucy Julian and brother Clarence of this place accom- Â¬ panied the Presbyterian Sunday THE PUBLIC IS HEBEBV NOTIFIED THATl from Mrs school excursion up the river last istratrix bought Whltesldes Addle Garrett admin deceased his entire of E Monday July 4 They report a Interest In the boss time Furniture nf Undertaking t Mr William Caulk and wife of Jacks6riville Florida arrived in this vicinity Friday of last week where they will remain some time And have soldone half Interest In my business to visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S Mrs Caulk is J S Wilson quite sick Malarial fever the And hereafter the style of the firm will be disease Gas Â¬ NOTIGEI BUSINESS W E OLAA88EN LIGHT -- k CLAASSEN PKAOTIOiLL Steam Fitters IN- -- Plumbers Gas DEALERS DEHONEY Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Cheap Â¬ EULc3s13r STILL AHEAD Largest Stock Bridgeport M - life work fa Ik Refreshing showers r - fc feV ISii- aspect Sales on onrmnrket for the week just The crop prospect is indeed closed amount to 4105 hhds with re Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations ceipts for the same period of 8307 hhds encouraging Sales on our market since January 1st Cor and at very lowest prices The Cleanit men have been in amount to 08420 hhds Broadway aud Lewis Streets To dny closes the highest week of the pur village recently year on Burley tobacco Two hogsheads FRANKFORT - - - KENTUCKY The apple harvest will not be as of the crop of 1880 were sold at 1150 Feb- 24 tf per hundred pounds and Several hogs abundant as at first anticipated heads were sold between 17 and 18 and Mr J H Bailey has been in numerous sales were made from 14 to TJ 17 cause Lexington several days this week vance The immediate prospectof a the ad is the short crop consid IIOU8E Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Smiling countenances tive Corn about all laid by Louisville Tobacco market and Building Material Paints Oat harvest in progress Lime Cement BY GLOVEB IHJRBETT TEO- KUENJ8IIED Vegetation has assumed a new rniETons louisville tobacco waee- Blacksmiths and Wagon The sacred orifice of teacher should never be used as a stepping stone to something more lucra- GENERAL Â¬ HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The Oil Glass LARGEST STOCK OF- Mi K Uku - Makers Material STOVES GRATES Vases W ism Brass Goods Goal Hods And at prices that cannot be dupli Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for Â¬ get the place JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street F MAJOE K Y B iik W I r v i the past week Saved the Baby Attorney-at-La- w Mr A J Eads of Indiana has been in our village several Distillery Mill ana Agricultural Machinery Many young babies have erupAND days this week tions and sore throat sometimes DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Mr Henry Julian of Kansas baffling the most skillful physician is visiting friends and relatives in Frequently children suffer from Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly THE some inherited malady and the WILL PRACTICEtheINadjolulng COURTS OF this neighborhood Attended to counties and and give will Mr John Dooley of Clay only and radical treatment of an und also of realspecial attention to tbe purchase estate collection of rents claims sale for AJfcTSD village is the guest of Dr W Lee absolute and powerful blood puri- and the negotiation of loans Onlce opposite Agent fier can effect a cure again the June 25 ly and Crutcher and family ailment may be from contagion Columbus Steam Pumps Regular services at Bridgeport At any rate the safest plan is to A3 ANDREW SCOTT JAB A VIOLETT J 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky CSSBND FOR PRICE LIST Christian Church to morrow at at once eradicate all poison from VIOLETT SCOTT eleven oclock a m the blood no matter what the So wisely did Mr C C Masters Carlton and Russell cause MtM 1 3tl I ff Jlifr 1 W 1 aSWD H G Gaines of Louisville are spending Key one of the most cultured FRANKFORT KENTUCKY men and intelligent farmers of vacation in this vicinity He writes WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Alcora county Miss CAPITAL and Mr Jas Wade and wife1 of the following pointed testimony of stairs In tbe Duvalladjacent counties OFFICE Up Building iiBSS Ripyville spent a few days the his experience Juu2Mt first of the week in our midst Corinth Mids Feb 16 87 The blackberry crop is booming COLLINS rwe Gentlemen Last November my DR J After all however the crop is baby not then a year old had a nothing extra not above an aver342 MAIN STEEET bad breaking out on his hands and age body accompanied by a very sore MAIN STREET OFF BODMAN 3WM58 Mr C B Russell of Chicago throat I gave him some S S S OFFICE Teeth extracted without pain by the PORTRAITS IN CRAYON use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas spent the fourth with his parents which I happened to have When mar20 tf AND ALSO- in this plage Glad to meet you the family physician came and Charlie learned what I was giving the L F OOMPTON W C MACKLIN Mr Tim Mayhall and wife and child he told me to continue it as MACKLIU Of all Sites at Seduced Price Miss Maud Mayhall of Louisville it was the best thing the baby COMPTON The doctor proved in could take are visiting friends and relatives PROPRIETORS wise for in a short while the erup this vicinity tion disappeared and the throat Mrs Mary Jenkins who has got completely well Mills DEALER IN- been in feeble health for some HAYS THE FULL time has been rather worse during The Babies Cry for It the past week And the old folks laugh when they COMPLETE LINE OP traveling find that the pleasant California Mr R A Hancock AND MANUFACTOBK salesman for the firm of J F liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs Gents Furnishing Goods Weller Co grocers Louisville is more easily taken and more Six of the best grades of tbe best beneficial in its action than bitter is spending a months vacation in Flour made in the World In Stock and all Kinds of nauseous medicines It is a most Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square this place valuable family remedy to act on election last the bowels to cleanse the system The railroad Piles and Window Fisturo Shirts Made to Order Wednesday passed off without any and to dispel colds headaches and incident ko mar the peace and fevers Manufactured only by the I F BUILDING LOT FOR SALE harmony of the occasion The California Fig Syrup Co A SPECIALTY San result was thirty four votes for and Francisco California MEETS EVERT MON CAPITAL LODGE NObrothers cordially invited 227 MAIN oTREET Visiting FRANfPOBT KY one hundred and one against the JAS MURRAY N G Gayle For Sale by Chapman GOOD BUILDING LOT 60 BY 836 OR 849 All the Ittes styie furniture constantly Id suck A feet Is offered for sale at a bargain For J R Williams Sec tax 42- im April 17 tI terms apply at this offlpe VebiiO tt Â¬ AT LAW off erable portion of the tobacco is being taken by outside speculators without anything worthy of note FKANKFORT KY The following quotations fairly repre sent our market for Burley Tobacco TT7ILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS Owing to the stormy evening Dark Trash 400 to 550 VV of Fidnklln Carroll Gallutln Boone Owen no services at Franklin Church Colory Trash 050 to 900 and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and Common Lugs not colory G50 to 800 In the Federal Court last Sunday Colory Lugs 800 to 1100 Mrs Clem Parrent hasbeen on Common Leaf not colory 800 to 1100 Good Leaf 1100 to 1000 the sick list several days during Fine Leaf WM CROMWELL 1000 to 1950 The glorious fourth passed ATTORNEY Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor Manufacturer and Dealer in STEAM ENGINE BOILERS Heal Estate Agent Â¬ jSJElS BOILBI2 EffiTO EfcTE TOEKS MATTERNSi -- S ART GALLERY HE DODS Â¬ DENTIST -- PHOTOCRAPHS riL Elkhorn Roller R ROGERS NT I M - 0 0 G I - IV i i tnfMh-yl-II iiMiMHJi rtimni i itill iiKiii St ft Ajiu Kiirii iuaisii tUwtfiiy -