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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f4fii Mrftt im i1f Volume X rnt e JLI Jett Kv BB ii t i ranKion Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher FRANKFORT KY JULY 16 1887 in Consolation out to the State Pike including Har dinsville taking in Benson pre cinct and making Hatton or Ben son Station the county seat The be called Mentor county to Im willing provided Dan Moore is made County Judge and the line is so run as not to include Consolation in the county of Mentor and that some of the parties who were in favor of th6 railroad tax but afraid to vote shall never hold office of profit or trust in said Â¬ Number 44 Whilst there are many things that make my heart glad there are some things that make me sad The Bald Knobers have you peo- Â¬ ple of Frankfort charged with voting negro boys who were too young to be listed in the school Will the judges of the elec- Â¬ list tion in Frankfort write me a pri- Â¬ vate note and tell me if it is so In Bald Knob there arc a great many little fellows abusing and cursing Dan Moore for allowing the sovereign free voters of Frank lin county the right to say whether they wanted the tax or not and praising one of the county cout who voted against the freemen of the county saying whether they would tax themselves or not Poor weak mortal what a states Â¬ man he imagines he is when he denies freemen the right of pe The Czar of Russia pales in tition The poor little his serene presence n monarch wants to be elected After promising other parties if they would vote for a certain measure which would put several hundred in his pocket he was ready to vote the railroad or any Â¬ thing else but when that illus trious day arrived he voted NO Have they caught Buckner yet Do the Central Committee keep He reminds me of the him tied snake that the farmer found frozen stiff who after being tenderly cared for and warmed sunk his fangs in the leg of his benefactor Buckner was educated by the Federal Government which he labored so hard to destroy and is now opposed to the Blair bill saying to the poor men of Kentucky that their poor little ragged dirty nosed children shall not have the benefit of Federal aid Free men of Kentucky will you stand this He received a classic edu- Â¬ cation at the expense of that same but is opposed to government the poor mans child advancing as Stand it poor far as baker men it will be the making of Buckner but it will be hard on your poor little ragged helpless girls and boys Good bye dear nephew I shall be invisible for a week or so From your dear uncle Zeke Yocum Â¬ Communicated Near July 13th 1887 Dear Roundabout the week near enjoying the place the above days are warm country air The but the nights are cool and pleasant One can hardly realize the fact of the difference in the atmosphere between country and town At 1 oclock p m the thermometer is 960 I am writing in the hall while there is a pleasant After breeze passing through sundown it becomes very pleasant In my rambles through the day walking and riding horse back stopping now and then to eat blackberries by the way in the fence corners never failing to be on hand at meal times and weigh ing three pounds more than when I came gaining a pound a day Whether this gain is in flesh or quantity of food I have eaten re mains to be told The exercise and pure air causes me to eat The eating I care not what it is or how much does not disagree with me- - At home I care not how little I eat every thing disa- grees with me causing me to feel This sorter kinder miserable comes nearer telling it than I know how to do it but enough about self In one of- my letters some time since I said I would give some of my ideas of Frankfort FrankBut I lin county and Kentucky got switched off on the railroad and got so much railroad in my head I could not write about any thing else But as the road so far as Franklin county is concerned is out of the way I will commence now on Frankfort and Franklin I am spending Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ f f county As you know I spent the winter in Florida While there I met people from almost all points of the world I learned something 1 found the inhabifrom all this tants of every town working for their town I found hotels going up at almost every station on every road over which I traveled people who to accommodate should come into the State from other cold States to spend the winter to get out of the cold ice and snow of their own States The people who go to Florida as a general thing are wealthy They spend the winters there the summer at different summer res sorts in the North from the North run the hotels in Florida in the winter then hotels at some other summer resort Every town in in the summer Florida advertises each one their terms in newspapers and circulars and send broad cast over the Be whole country and Europe sides they employ one or more men and keep them on the road all the time working up a boom for their town by talking and distributing these circulars the year round Florida was almost unknown She until the last few years Â¬ Â¬ Hotel-keeper- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ her fruits c in the Louisville Exposition Six years ago Orlan do Fla did not have more than commenced advertising showing Â¬ Now she a dozen houses in it claims to have 6000 inhabitants with gas works water works street railways two railroads run ning into it and two more on the way Frankfort is the most beautifully located place for a city of any place to my knowledge on earth I The scenery is certainly grand never knew how grand it was un til the four months I spent away Â¬ Â¬ G F railroad The On my re- Â¬ the P from her last winter charter says the magistrates shall turn I stood and looked at the old hills went on the tops of the hills submit to a vote of the people and looked at the other hills the wh n fiveof them say they shall river and the valley and the old not vote on it The people demanded it These town nestled closedown under the hills sleeping gently I stood and five wise men said they should not looked and wondered why was it have it One of these magistrates recently sworn in has taken a sleepy headed she was so Why she did not wake up and very active hand against the vote shake off the dullness that had been just taken has commenced dictat How ing A man perhaps who never hanging over her so long wisl ed she would wake up was as far as Louisville from his I have I home in his life is trying to rule how with my feeble efforts have tried to wake her up how at and control the future destiny of last we all with united effort Frankfort the capital of Kentucky This is what has kept the have got her to open her eyes how I am praying daily she may place what it is But thank God grip rise up and get on her feet Frankfort has shaken the Let us all lend her a helping hand of all such fellows loose from her in the future to get her up as we and will never allow them to get did to open her eyes on the 6th hold of her again They may With a few thousand dollars Old threaten kick and squirm and Fort Hill could be made into a threaten with their patronage They will drive Â¬ and stop my paper beautiful park with nice hill side get Â¬ learn we will move better without ways around each ting on the top from either side their patronage than with it for it laying off the top with walks and is a dead weight Frankfort has had a night Â¬ drives with nice shade trees on each and every side a man hired mare on her almost since her by the year to keep it in repair and birth caused by just such patrons look after it keeping good order whose trade and influence does her allowing no drinking or drunken more harm than good Let every ness having a place our wives citizen of Frankfort tell them we daughters and children can go on will neerknow whether we had or hot summer days and be out of lost their trade if the county has the bustle and noise and heat of not pride enough for their county the city being high above it seat and their State capital and enjoying the nice pure breeze their neighbors in the capital to throwout their inuendoes or inthat will always be there sults because they failed to rule gets When the old maiden will build and control them in every particufully on her feet she Frankfort had the street railways all over the city lar because be a unit and shake with an inclined road to the top of manliness to off the hill where the servant can go them for one learned in early life I with the babies for a nickel These and spend hours and have the to paddle my own canoe same parties have voted taxes on little ones high upnin open air Frankfort for twenty years or I think the City Council should more for all their wants Thouslook into this and purchase the ands upon thousands of dollars evehill purchase it right away and ry year and the first thing we ask commence graduadly putting it in for they say we are a lot of thieves shape in the mean time being hand robbers abuse and vilify us careful that there is no axe to be and threaten us I am glad to This should be the first say the whole of the county is not ground thought in everything to be done in this shape But a certain section with any one who has the interest of it with some few individuals in of the place at heart other portions of it But they There is not a place to my have got to learn and had as well knowledge better suited for a do it first as last Frankfort from place of summer resort than some this date on is awake She is a of the hills surrounding Frankfort unit that Frankfort and Franklin See Arnolds or Mrs Tarltons county are one family Frankfort The latter place has a well of min- Â¬ is the boss She has made up With a first class ho- her mind to rule the household eral water tel here or somewhere near here She is going to rule in love rule I suppose the same water could be for the good of the whole family had from any of these hills by her decision is final The children going deep enough must submit There is capital in the world that John E Miles is looking out for investment The Yocmn parties possessing it have no partic- Â¬ Letter from Zeke ular plansfor placing same Let us Forks Elkhorn Franklin do our duty there vill be no diffi Â¬ county Ky July 7 1SS7 J culty in getting it here if we will only Dear Nephnv select men to all offices who have Im stopping here for the pres the interest of the city and county ent I had made up my mnd to Let sdf be kept in the spend the balance of my days at at heart Let them be judi Bald Knob but two small circum background Let per Â¬ stances caused me to change my cious progressive men sonal preferences be cast aside mind One was leaving the Dem Whether we live in town or coun ocrat party the other was being ty we cannot afford to elect old in favor of the railroad tax I fogies to office of any kind would advise my uncle Dan Moore Frankfort is the capital of Ken to emigrate at once and stay away Any man who says until the Knob gets her portion of tucky Frankfort never was and never the Blair Bill The people are is not fit to fill not bad there but they dont know will be anything any office from constable up A any better Some of them dont man born and raised in the woods want to know for they stop news and remaining in the woods is not papers the greatest means of dis the man to run our county or city seminating in the knowledge A man may be hon world My prayer is that they government est conscientious and a man of may be forgiven for they know not sense but unless he is up with what they do the times he is not the man we A majority of the Bald Knob want ers are in favor of seceding from Just to think what we have just Franklin county Their plan is gone through barely getting the to ut off a portion of Shelby privilege of voting on a thing the county beginning at Stivers Mills people wanted by 1630 majority on Six Mile Creek running across Â¬ Â¬ so as to take Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Im in favor of men voting their sentiments if the heavens fall so that all the larks could be caught that are now on the wing The voters understand your motives Being silent wont do you any Wheedlers never trust men good who are honest nor have respect for those who honestly vote their sentiments though they may be But the man who is con wrong vinced that anything is right but has not the moral courage to carry out his convictions is unworthy of the name of an American freeman I respect the voters who were op posed to the railroad tax and hon estly thought they were right as much as I do those who were in favor of said tax Its wheedlers that Im after who want office The good God good Devil sort of people who are not certain whose hands they may fall into policy men If there are any warmer corners in the bad place below I think that men who act deceitfully will get there I have no reference to men who were honestly opposed On the contrary I to the tax commend you for voting your sentiments Im inclined to think that after we get the road old Franklin and Frankfort will wake up and when everything is prosperous those who opposed the road will be like Sallies husband was when the bear was trying to eat their baby John ran up the ladder and left Sallie to do the best she could She got an axe and killed the bear After John was thoroughly satisfied that the bear was dead he came came down from the loft and said I tell you Sallie didnt we give him h But the wheedlers will not be entitled to as much credit as John was in the bear fight The truth is wheedlers you had better emigrate to Rowan or some other county clothe your selves in sackcloth aud ashes re Â¬ form your lives and be somebody in the future This is Zekes ad vice A great change has taken place here since the recent vote cast for the new railroad The place has been Democratic for a long time and many have been opposed to internal improvement in any form The citizens must wake up or they Poor old Bald Knob will be left Mill Benson and other Peaks places who voted against the tax will be ashamed of their action when they see Zeke Yocum Dan Moore and others acting as direc tors of the road and the price of coal reduced to 10 cents delivered Theie is one thing that will make me sad when all this comes to pass that is it may hurt my friend and brother George B Macklin of Frankfort who is Stand it my broth a good man er You are aware that the Bible says many are the afflictions of the righteous If it does damage the coal trade you will make it on the mill at the Forks So let the above Bible consolation and the prospect of doing a big trade with your mill at the Forks console you in your old age Zeke penned this for your especial benefit be cause he loves you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ count of Mentor aa Â¬ Stone Kitchen July P S 14 1887 Since the above was penned I have heard that Strang ulated hernia is prevailing to an alarming degree among those only who opposed the railroad tax Im happy to inform you that Dan Moore is all right Please advise Drs Hume Price and others so that they may read up on strangulated hernia LECOHIPTE GflBPEHTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Modioiues Puro Wines and Liquors for modioiual purposes Â¬ Miss Mary Watts Brown left Wednesday to join a party now in camp at Browns land Miss Nottic Nicol is visiting relatives in iug a few miles below Monterey Personals is Religious Rev G F Bagby of this city is assisting Rev F W Morgan in a meeting at Mt Pleasant Church this county Rev George Darsie of Boston will visit friends in this city next month and preach for the con- Â¬ gregation of the Christian Church while in the city The improvements and addition being made to the Methodist Church will render it qne of the most comfortable and beautiful churches in the city The Young Peoples Meeting is held in the Baptist chapel every Monday night at 8 oclock These meetings arc very interesting and diversified in their character and seem to be the means of doing great good All the young people without regard to denomination are invited toattend Â¬ Lexington Mrs Virginia Hanson in Mt Sterling visiting relatives Misses Sallie Chinn and Lucy Julian and Mr Henry Julian left Monday for a visit to Old Point and Washington City NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the Rood we oft might win By fearing to attempt We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul eix years ago and failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invest it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what a future it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead Â¬ ing conservative agencies in the respective cities daring April 1887 speaks for itself Population Mr E B Wcitzel is attending the races who Mr Arthur Peter of Louisville has been visiting Mrs Peters family in at Long Branch Mr Thos DeLinie left Monday for a this city left yesterday for New York Miss Eva and Georgia Madden who visit to Louisville have been visiting Miss Averill and the Miss Gering of Eminence is visiting Misses Lindsey returned home Monday Miss Fannie Bullock Capt R B Willis of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr Phil Carpenter spent Sunday in Woodford county Miss Lizzie Jett of Richmond is visiting relatives in this city Miss Katie Green made a flying visit to Lexington last Friday Mr H D Marshall returned Tuesday from a visit to Georgetown is Misses Aline Seaton and Nellie Sanders snd Messrs Frank Bull and J C Jackson spent Sunday last with friends in Ver sailles Masters John P and Steele Reading left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to their Â¬ grandmother near Christiansburg county Shelby Judge W L Jett wife and children and John W Payne and children are spending the heated term at Drennon Mrs MM Kate Helm of Elizabethtown Springs visiting Miss Kate Green Messrs Jas Todd Buford Hendrick and Miss Lizzie Davis left the firs of the Will Lindsey spent Saturday evening at the residence of Mr Jacob Swigert near Spring week for a visit to Versailles Station is Miss Ida Rankius of Louisville Mr and Mrs Hiram Berry Mrs Alice visiting Miss Latiia lhcobald Orbison and Miss Nellie Orbison returned Mr A W Thomson of Versailles was Sunday from a visit to Eureka Springs in town on business this week Miss Susie and Josie Kavanaugh visiting friends in Henry county Chicago Buffalo Â¬ Cleveland Milwaukee 750000 240000 227000 105000 155000 140000 Detroit are Arkansas Tlie Free Excursion Editoi Roundabout Minneapolis St Paul Kansas City Omaha Toledo Dulnth 140000 105000 Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Business Property Residence Acreage per acre 0000 700 7000 3000 350 2000 3500 500 1500 1500 200 3000 2000 300 3000 2000 300 3500 1200 Mrs O R Cm tcher is visiting her uncle Mr F B Harper near Midway is visiting Miss Mamie Green Elodie Helm of Elizabethtown Miss Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Mattie Jones will leave on the Blue Wing this evening for a visit to relatives at Polsgrove Indianapolis Miss Christine Reynolds left Monday for a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Cora Page and children of Lexing Â¬ ton are visiting Mrs Jane B Page Mi W L Wayts of South Side made a visit to Geoigetown on Sunday last Messrs Ed Stanton and Dalton Arnold hae gone to Texas to locate a claim F A is tjng Mr Mr Case of Newark Ohio is V L Wayts South Side Mr Julius Willcoxen of Christiansburg spent several days in this city with friends Mr J F Lewis of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives in this city aud coun- Â¬ ty Judge Alvin Duvall wife and daughters have gone to Cumberland Falls on a vaca tion Miss Hattic Leopold Salina Harris and Rosa Joseph returned Friday from Lex- Â¬ Â¬ ington and Monterey Prompt- Â¬ Mrs Margaret Yagel Mary Yagel and came off last Wednesday to Dienuon ly at 4 p m the beautiful little George Yagel jr have gone They left steamer with her palace barge Springs to spend the summer on the Blue Wing Annie in tow shoved off from the Col and Mrs John F Davis were called Custom House wharf stopping at to Woodford county on Saturday last by Macklins wharf to take on the the serious illness of Mrs Davis brother string band then proceeded up the Mr Theophilus Steele river as far as Clifton The trip Misses Mamie and Bettie Bell of Louiswas enjoyed by all There was ville who have been visiting Miss Lizzie not even a harsh word spoken to Hudson left the first of the week to visit mar the happiness of those on friends in Lancaster board and from the number complaining of hunger on the return Miss Annie B Coharn a most accomplished young lady of Woodlake is the it must have been an appetizer guest of Misses Lizzie and Maggie All expressed themselves as deDowney Sumner Forest lighted and thankful to the geneMessrs Humphrey rous owners of the boat for their Stanley Stagg Evans Edmund Taylor T H Stagg and kindness In behalf of the committee I Miss Maggie Taylor spent Sunday at Mr hereby tender our thanks to the T W Scotts this county Mr Carroll Walcutt who has been con- officers and owners of the Grace also to fined to his room for several days has so Morris for their kindness far recovered as to leave for Columbus the young gentlemen of the band Â¬ Â¬ The excursion tendered by the owners of the Grace Morris to the sick and children of Frankfort 90000 78000 50000 20000 3500 800 300 1200 1100 1000 300 150 150 100 100 2000 5000 300 5000 1000 1500 The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly nearer 160000 each and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home in the territory immediately tributary to 5T PAULS imiTlENSE TH0DE Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Third Railroad Centre in the United States The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast Â¬ pt Mrs R T Chiles and two sons Sam and of Silver Creek Cbas E Nelson Esq Dick are visiting Mrs H H Owsley near Madison county was in the city on Tues Midway day and Wednesday on a visit to his son Miss Carter of Lexington who has been Mr C E Nelson South Side visiting Mrs L Labrot left Monday for Mr J S Carpenter of Kansas City Mo home who has been visiting his brother Mr Mr and Mrs J Rowsey Green of Louis- Â¬ Phil Carpenter in this city for several ville are visiting Mr Greens parents in days left Wednesday afternoon for home this city Mrs Howard and Master Harry How- Â¬ Mr Dennis Driscoll of this city has lo ard of Dayton Ohio mother and son of cated at Ashland and gone into the grocery Mr Nick S Howard arrived here yesterbusiness day and will remain several weeks on a Messrs Win Ryan and Frank H John visit Mrs Judge Wm Lindsay gave a lawn son of Louisville were in the city on Wednesday party on Wednesday evening in honor of Miss May Bagby who has been visiting her guest Miss Phillips of Jefferson county friends in Woodford county returned It was very much enjoyed by all the young people present en Monday Capt C C Merchant and Col Con Miss Mamie Starling of Henderson is McCarty paid their old commander Capt visiting at the home of Mr Jacob Swigert W W Bacon a visit this week in Shelby near this city Mr Ernest Kent returned last Saturday ville and while there attended the funeral C Whittaker from a seven weeks visit to friends in of Gen Walter Rev J McC Blavney and Masters Al Shelby Cjounly bert H McClure John and Will Bull Hon John D Young of Ouingsville Lindsey and Mac Ulaney left Tuesday has been State Railroad Commissioner morning for Clifton and will camp out for here this week Henry Weisiger jr two weeks went We are sorry to hear that Miss Willie along as cock for the party Robbis confined to the house with a slight touch of pleurisy Mr M Miss Fannie Herudon left Friday morn ing for a visit ol seveial weeks to relatives We have been requested by in Henderson Ky Hon J P Thompson of Lebanon Mr J M WakefieJd to publish State Railroad Crfnunissioner has been in the following card which explains the city thL week itself Â¬ Ohio on a visit to friends that furnished us music Thos Hunter Eureka Springs Ark July 8 1887 Editor Roundabout It may be a satisfaction to all who feel a pride in the triumphs social and artistic of Kentuckians abroad to hear that Mr H Berry and family of Frankfort have won the hearts and admiration of so many people during their sojourn at the Crescent Hotel Eu- Â¬ reka Springs Arkansas At an entertainment on Wed- Â¬ nesday evening given in the spa- Â¬ cious dining room of the hotel for the benefit of Eurekas poor this gifted family by their magnetism rare gifts and culture held in rap- Â¬ tures for two hours a large and critical audience Â¬ U Head of navigation on ttie Mississippi And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the STOGK THBD III PHCKIHG INDUSTRIES Â¬ Â¬ There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and most rapidly developing part of the Unitod States St Paul and Minneapolis WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY -- By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness chunges more astounding and more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of Â¬ good fortune it has Three generations appeared in all whose with her institutions been to visit the city and in a measure become ac quainted succession father daughter and We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have granddaughter Of Miss Nellie either been sold out at a large profit in some cases Orbisons artistic merits the peoÂ¬ Â¬ Card from Wakefield J Mrs Geo Buhr of Louisville who has been visiting friends at liuhrs hotel re Â¬ turned home Monday Prof T M Turner left Thursday after noon for a visit of severaljweeks to Gooch Â¬ land county Virginia Mr Buckner Wallingford of Maysville who has been visiting Mr R P Pepper jr returned home Monday Miss Hnnnah Newman who has been visiting her sister Mrs HenJWarren of Louisville has returned home Mr Charles Norwood State Inspector of Mines is at home from a trip to the Southeastern part of the State Misses Evan Stockdell and May Frazer of Lexington have been visiting Miss Pauline Frazer the past week Editoi of the Conner Join nal in regard to the dissolution of Wakefield West and the retirement of Mr West is calculated to do the business of No over col- Â¬ the firm injustice lection by Mr West has been found except in the single account of the Mason Foard Company and that has been paid back by Mr West The firm has not lost a cent so far as I know West is away on business at present The business is not at all disturbed in itsrunning by the affair but continues as usual To the Frankfort July n The dispatch Â¬ J M Wakefield ple of her own town must be free ly aware The girl who can execute on the piano score after score of classic music in a highly professional manner who possesses a perfect soprano voice true and full of sympathy and cultivated to a rare degree who takes on no grand airs but will follow an aria from Der Freischutz by negro melodies with banjo accompani ments is the girl that appeals to all hearts and heads And the is charm mother of so much that ing and admirable who can en thuse an audience as Mrs Orbi- Â¬ son did with her own wonderful It would voice is a rare woman be more than human if Mr Berry could contemplate his charming home circles without feelings of Mr Berry closed great pride the entertainment with a song which brought down the house We will say adieu to these friends with deep regret and trust the kind fates will soon send them back to us Few things in life would give us more pleasure Â¬ Â¬ Tip ROBT B HouM Per An Ci Per flipi ODIN O Â¬ Or have largely advanced in value here is sure to net the owner from investment made with moderate judgment 25 TO 100 FEB CENT FEB FRANKLIN AXTNTTM CLAY Â¬ Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING V V T 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 Frankfort Ky The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn 2 8 iy may G A R Regular meeting of Albert G Bacon Post No 33 Tuesday July iytli A new and valuable though simple and cheap attachment to protect walls from the rubbing of furniture has been patented by Mr Fredrick Barrows of HaverIt consists of a rubhill Mass Â¬ Â¬ ber roller to be screwed on the back of the article so arranged that when it is shoved against the wall the rollers will keep the corners or edges of the furniture from breaking the plastering o to have Bedsteads divans two rollers attached A valuable invention Editor Roundabout REAL ESTATE In your last issue I noticed that you urge a movement on behalf of the citizens of Frankfort and the county to secure an appropriation to complete the capitol building Tis a consummation devoutly to be wished but when we come to 20 an acre in less than ten years Over T 1 I inquire the reasons that militate 1 I I six hundred homes were built in one town I JIj against this undertaking we find lA that a lukcwarmness has existed on the Union Pacific Railroad the Aired durinir the buildinr season inst closed n Vp tprn KnnMl cecioils of i ci that has chilled to death any rniup irrim nncne i rr tr in t itk mi t a wmen stnrvetl their settlers five ears ago V Kxr our oflX f fU f h9 Kn mnrl IIUIl Ui liJ W WI1 I1UV J from Jausas Qy lnl 42 meS fr0n Eg are now productive representatives in the Legis a- - ver picturesquely situated overlooking the are being settled as any in the State and rapidly Kansas City It is to be hoped that the wcmiPfnnnks nt smnw hiii rvr tures th Star spirit of harmony that seized center of tne Branest wheat corn and upon our people and maae t yrass country in tlie worldtJestinetl to be the LAID COMPANY centennial and railroad projects Rreal rairoa commercial and manufactur TIE Will again bind US ing center of Kansas because of its natural successful OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO KA 1 r J jf NOP 0 LIS J - P Condensed History of Western Towns iv i ire - V I LAS r EAR a simple land mark on the open prarie NEXT YEAR from 3 000 to 4000 popu lation and increasing daily People full of energy and all making money Handsome together as brothers in another march against the old fogies The United States Gaugers in this division of the 7th District have been reassigned as follows Wallace M Shelby to E R Taylor Jr Co No 113 and J N Blakemore No 96 R D Rash to E H Taylor Jr Co No 2 J S Taylor No Graham No 52 53 and Labrot Thomas Green to Jno Cochran Co No 37 and W A Gaines No 106 Jack W Bradley to W A Co No 4 Gaines m Mr Theopilus Steele youngest son of the late Judge Wm J Steele of Woodford county died at the residence of his mother near Versailles on Sunday last of paralysis of the brain aged about twenty seven years He industrious and was a quiet His family clever young man a large cirhave the sympathy of cle of friends and acquaintances Â¬ Major J A Grant went on duty as U S Store keeper at the O F C Distillery No 113 of the E H relieving Mr Taylor Jr Co George Webb who goes to the Law School of the University of Virginia Electricity on the Ram page During a thunder storm last Saturday evening lightning struck one of the guy rods composed of zinc and wire which stayed the large smoke stack on Taylors disÂ¬ and mOSS backs Do not wait until the fever dies out and jealousies like ice bergs rise among us It has been my observation in past years that although Franklin county might send her most ambitious and talented men to the Legislature they would be abused as inefficient because success did not follow their efforts when the true reason of failure was the lack of encouragement from those who after the effort croak the loudest One man even though he have the most brilliant talents will be unsuccessful in any undertaking as long as Jones stands back to see which side Smith will take and as soon as Smith declares himself in favor of the proposition Jones says he would have favored it but he will now have nothing to do with any thing that Smith has his finger in There have been too many Joneses in Frankfort and I believe the centennial marks the funeral day of this Jones family Our Legislature meets next win- Â¬ ter and I think I can see a willingness on the part of our citizens to send James Andrew Scott to the Legislature without opposition intelligent and He is young active and will be untiring in his efforts to obtain for Frankfort the city of his pride the proposition she has yearned for so long Let us show by our votes on election day that Franklin county and the city of Frankfort can again lay aside the animosities of the past and tender to Mr Scott our hearts and hands in his efforts to win for us the prize we so earnestly deÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ sire A Sensation Â¬ m Frankfort Why is it that three bottles of II B B are sold in Atlanta to one of any other blood remedy and twice as much consumed in th State of Georgia as nnv other preparation No one need take our word but Ask the people simply ask the druggists Six houses They are competent witnesses in Atlanta buy in fivo and ten gross lots and some of them buy as often as every two months Why these unprecedented sales here at home with so little advertising Modesty forbids us making a replv Had 13 B B been before the public a quarter or a half a century it would not be necessary to be bolstered up with crutches of page Merit will conquer advertisements now and down money 1 zette July 13 tillery above this city and melted the wire tearing it into small bits and that let the large stack fall breaking at the roof and in its fall it struck the small stack carrying it down also No other damage Persons who saw it say that a ball of fire the size of a gallon measure exploded making a beautiful display of colors and giving a sound WORTH 50000 For four year I have been a sufferer from like the bursting of a railroad form torpedo and a moment after there a terrible so low of rheumatism of which re recovery duced me that all hope was a loud report of thunder was given up I have suffered the most ex which it has since been learned cruciating pain day and night and often while writhing in agony have wished struck a new telegraph pole could die I have tried everything knownI shivering it considerably It is for that disease but nothing did me any also reported that a blaze of fire good and have had some of the finest phy followed one of the steel rails sicians in the 1State to work on me but all have spent over SSoo with effect to towards the city causing some outno I am now proud to say finding relief commotion that after using only one bottle of U If Is Here is a nut for our lightning I am enabled to walk around and attend to business and I rod men to crack as the distillery benefit received would not take 500 for the fiom one single bottle of has one of the corrugated copper B B B I lefer to all merchants and busi rods on it but it seems that a zinc ness men of this town Yours most truly clothes line wire had more affinity E O GAR A for the electric fluid than three or Waverly Walker county Texas four forked cold tipped points DEMONSTRATED M ER1T which stood well above the guy Spauta Ga May 15 18S6 rod Brother Staggs please rise Blood Balm Co You will and explain Mt Sterling Ga one gross B please ship us per first freight B B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cWt 1887 Louisville Ky Ynur of Tune The history of all Kansas 17 at hand towns i that all lots in a town plat were advantages beautiful location and the many sold by the time a second railroad arrives and as we will have another road completed railroads building toward it The Kanop folis Fort Scott and Wichita Railioad will who will locate at Kanopolis The Kan- Â¬ in September the indications are that we will have a tremendous rush in a short time reach this town in September next which opolis Land Company owns the entire town We are willing to cooperate with you in site of Kanopolis and sufficient land adjoin will put Kanopolis in close connection with every way and you may rely upon it that for a city of one hundred and fifty to for some time to come all money received the immense coal iron and timber fields of ing two hundred thousand inhabitants hence from the sale of lots will he used in secur- Â¬ Southeastern Kansas Southern Missouri and ing factories mills etc Arkansas Kanopolis is the only town in it is to their interest to build up the city as Respectfully yours They intend to make Kansas that can boast of Railroads running rapioly as possible KANOPOLIS LAND CO J S CrowfLL Secretary north south east and west across theState this the leading city of Kansas an1 believe Â¬ Scarcely one year old it has 600 in the best and quickest method is to encourage manufacturing hence hal itants seven factories and thirteen Members stores all doing well and the finest and Liberal and Substantial Aid will be OF THE Given to those who will Estab Â¬ largest hotel in Central Kansas lish Factories Mills During 1886 fifty million dollars were in- Â¬ Kanopolis vested in Kansas by men seeking homes The most prosperous States are those and those desiring to make valuable invest Â¬ where Agiculture and Manufacturing are The greater part of this emigration side by side and Kansas considering her ments Look Them Up In Dun Bradstreet came to central Kansas and west of Kanop- Â¬ age excels all other States in the Union in Ross Mitchell President Capitalist of olis and is an indication of the vast po si agricultural produce The time is soon Springfield Ohio bilities open to a city that will prove herself coming when she wiil surpass every other F M Bookwalter Vice President with worthy to handle the trade of Central and State in this particular Tbe Raw Mate Company Springfield Ohio Western Kansas rials Coal Wood Iron Lead Zinc etc Jas Leffel J H Thomas Treasurer of J H are near at hand and hundreds of articles Kanopolis the Coming1 City Thomas Sons Springfield Ohio That Kanopolis is the coining city and can be made as cheaply or cheaper here lion J Warren Keitfei en Speaker H will eventually prove to be the great cen- than in Eastern States ami will bring far R Attorney Springfield Ohio tral city of Kansas no one can doubt wh better price M 1st J S Crowell Secretary Criw The State of Kansas although in its knows the members of the Kanopolis Land ell Kirkpatrick Springfield Ohio They are all business men of infancy raises Compan H C Cross President of First National OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY MILLION experience accustomed to succes- - and WORTH OF IRODUCK AN- DOLLARS Bank Enporia Kinsas when they talie hold of an enterprise it is NIIAILY TO EXCHANGE KUK ALL F llolford Capitalist Springfield Ohio OK KINDS MANUFACTURED Kanapolis will not wait years for to win M D Harter Treasurer of the Aultman GOODS the natural increase of population to bring Taylor Co Mansfield Ohio This sum will he quadrupled befire it into notice as hundreds ol other cities H Coleman Jr Capitalist St Louis and factories located at Kano She has natural advantages many years have done polis will be in the center of the best agri- Mo and railroads which other places have had J W Phillips Real Estate and Loan cultural State in the Union and so much to wait for She is destined to be the future closer to the market where their goods are Agent Kanopolis Kansas metropolis of the grandest State in the Wm Martindale Capitalist Emporia in great demand that the difference in Union and she intends the world shall Kansas freight would be a good proht know it More then this the Kanopolis G D Harter President of Aultman More people have become wealthy by Land Company will give land and extend the increase in value of real estate than in Co and FirsijNational Bank Canton Ohio other aid to manufacturers to induce them D E Barnum Stenographer Springfield Everybody admits there any other way to locate here Ohio will be a large city in Central Kansas It is estimated that 2500 emigrants are S C Thompson Capitalist New York uere enterprise is un settled in Kansas everv day The Union City known or will 11 be the town alive and Pacific and Santa Fe roads run crowdtd W R Thompson Capitalist Cincinnati i ti every micim 1 ienson nun trains Five years ago a man established Ohio pusuing enterprising himself as a druggist in a Kansas J R A Wonhington with Mast Crowell town His stock consisted of about 70 town will win Kanopolis is thoroughly Kirkpatrick Spiingfield Ohio for constant persistent effort worth of uateiit mediunes He took Gov organized II C Whilley Emporia Kansas and is backed by abundant capital Wise ernment land to tlie extent of half a section For Town Plat of Kanopolis Map of A few weeks men invest where conditions are favorable at a mere nominal expense for rapid growth Kanopolis excels all Kansas Price of Lots and fuller- particu Â¬ ago he sold half of his half section which lars call on or address He is now a other towns in this respect cost him 280 for 580000 The Growth of Kansas wealthy citizen in a flourishing city and In 1S60 the true valuation of the prop Â¬ owns a quarter section in town lots Such instance are by no means rare in Kansas erty in Kansas aggregated only 31327 106 ST CLAIR STREET Other towns are growing as this one grew ceo in 1S70 it aggregated iiSSSyjooo and in 18S0 it reached Lands now worth S3 an acre will be worth 575oooooo WWm streets and public buildings improvements everywhere Springfield O June 18 Permanent uianCo MANUFACTURERS Â¬ OflicersIirectorsi at etc Kanopolis W Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii 1 - CHAo F EXUM FRANKFORT KY Harp Warm and exceedingly dry To the wife of Llewellyn Lee a daughter T1i ATVi Ki11 Â¬ 11 fMA Â¬ The distillery spoken of is the Newmarket Distillery owned by Messrs E H Taylor jr Sons of this city It gives us pleasure to trade for this preparation far eclipsed all other blood in demonstrated merit and us report a good Indeed it has remedies both rapid sale with ItoziEU Vaudeman A syrup made of a pound of Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh white sugar and a pint of vinegar etc can secure by mail free a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled is said to be a sure cure for the with the most wonderful and startling proof severest case of flux in eight ever before known Addres BLOOD BALM CO All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores hours time je23im Atlanta Ga to form a new county I want it AT THK CIOSK OK H0SINEH8 Ipccp ilbtV birr nirmV nt- O distinctly understood that I am for Dennis Bailey for the first County B Polsgrove s last baturdav was Unly one little Judge and Ur Roberson as our a sp lend d affair ASSETS f first Renresentative and if Dr 1 age during t iij nrir rmtr Louns nnd Discounts 1702 2 Wilson would accept the office of Cash 0745 72 L lirawner orated arou j Laut ne JLilit 14 very considerably in opposition to county Attorney in wouia De tne Duo from Banks 1JOO 00 all the State Furniture most brilliant one 1 Lfi the railroad tax Protest Justicia Real Estate lS4R 4 We attended the informal meet 15 00 Stnmps ing at Robcrsons drug store on Deatli of Mm Mary E Read ijiJaVlt il7 The meeting Monday night last Mrs Marv E Read relict of was addressed by Jarrett Moore the late Nicholas C Read former LIABILITIES The object of the meeting as I lv a well known tobacconist of Capital Stock 77 jn0 00 00 understood it was to raise funds this city after being long an in- Old Dividends Jii2 00 to employ counsel to resist the tax valid died yesterday morning at Dividend No 18 i per cent lSOtS74 28 Individual Depositors in the courts as an unconstituthe residence of her nephew Mr Profit and Los 11118 HI K tional measure and if not success- John M Lewis on Grove avenue Interest and Discount 00 liOO 8 cre- Mrs Read who was about seventy State Tax ful there to take steps to ate the county of Bald Knob years of age was a Miss Mitchell 252ril4a7 with Flag Fork as the county seat and was a sister of Mrs Dr R A H H WATSON Cashier Mis Read We are of the opinion when Lewis of Richmond was loved and admired by all who DIVIDEND NOTICE our friends of the city join in with radicals niggers and convicts to knew her and her death though A dividend of threo 3 per cent will bo impose such a burden upon us as not unexpected will send sorrow paid on the Capital Stock of the Deposit Bank of was done on the 6th of July it is to the hearts of many relatives and July Gth Frankfort on anil after Tuesday 1887 Times Richmond Va friends high time we were cutting loose H H WATSON Cashier July ti 2t from them season I 1 1 prospect for tobacco in the neigh OF THE CONDITION OF THE He ought to have attendborhood He has not bothered it any this1 If we should be so fortunate as Deposit Bank of Frankfort - nnif There will be a meeting of the For Rent A brick house concitizens at our school house on taining six rooms Inquire of Logan McKke Saturday evening next to consult as regards a mass meeting of all 42tf 432 St Clair street at which it is our precincts expected a part of Benson precinct STuTElv4E3sT1 wS Let a11 the uiteBhbors Â¬ - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce lit Vrankfort Kentucky as second class nmllnblo matter GDORGE A LEWIS Bcaitoc 333 JULY 15 FRANKFORT 1887 It is a fact that is patent to all that the city of Frankfort and Franklin county owe a debt of gratitude that will be hard to repay to Judge Win Lindsay Judge W Duvall Gen Dan Lindsey and a number of others for their earnest patient and hon est efforts to make the facts in re gard to the railroad subscription They by their plain known practical business talks to the people brushed away the cobwebs of prejudice and opposition and con vinced scores and hundreds of voters of the absolute necessity for the new road and satisfactorily showed the safeguards that were thrown around the proposition All honorto these good men say Alvin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ we i Next Now that we are to have another railroad and Frankforts on Â¬ ward march has commenced in earnest why should not our Board of Tiade at once appoint an intelligent committee of live men to advertise the advantages of Frankfort as a manufacturing center and offer to all manufacturing compa nies ground in and near the city free of cost sufficient for their establishments with exemption from As soon as taxes for 20 years capitalists see that coal and supplies can be had cheap and an out- Â¬ let to market is secured over a sufficiency of railroads the suburbs of Frankfort would not be sufficient to hold the manufacturing-establishments that would be What say you established here The people are Board of Trade for just such an advance ripe movement as this Try it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One by one the heroes of the war are passing away There is hardly a day but that we read of the death of some one who bore a conspicuous part in that dread arbitrament of arms The latest to join the long procession of departed heroes is Gen Walter C Whittaker formerly a member of the Kentucky State Senate from the Shelby district and a Major General iivthe Union army General Whittaker was one of those unconpromising Union men who helped to stem the tide and hold Kentucky true to her alle giance to the National Govern Â¬ With his confreres Gen ment Col Jas H Rousseau F L Buckner Hon James Speed Col who R T Jacob and others Legislature were members of the at the time he was successful in combating the arguments of those favoring secession No braver man ever drew a He never knew what it sword was to blench from duty though death stared him in the face at every turn Of warm tender and chivaric nature he was one to whom women and children turned instinctively as a protector He had his faults as who has not but no truer man ever breathed the breath of life than Walter C Whittaker Strew the sweetest of flowers on his grave and let the clods lightly rest on the stilled heart of the dead hero Â¬ Â¬ Went says that the temperature of Wednesday afternoon was the highest he rememCol E C Â¬ Â¬ bers to have recorded being 99 40 WHITE HALL WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A The Board of Trade meets in regular monthly session on Mon- All das evening next July 18th the members should attend as business of importance will be Every business man presented in the city should be a member of this body and attend its meetings regularly Â¬ MAMMOTH STOCK OF Clothing Shoes Hats TT Jl VJLW c The memorial services hereto fore announced in honor of the IN SHOES We have all widths Stock fresh and clean late Win Christie Esq of Lex- 1IN HATS Anything and everything for men and boys ington were held at the Second Presbyterian Church in that city And we can sell lower than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy A on Wednesday night last STARKS ORUTOHER large crowd was present and the Main Street eloquent and tender address of fitDr L Beecher Todd was but a ting tribute of affection to his life long friend Eyes unused to Â¬ Â¬ And prices were never so low Buyers have the advantage in our house of seeing so ninny goods before they buy and dont have to take the choice between one or two things We show all sizes We fit a little follow 4 years T old fit the biggest tallest and shortest man in 1 the country Prices from 200 to 2000 a suit rpTTTT Jl111VJ weeping were suffused as the eloquent speaker dwelt on the life and character of the sturdy old Scotch soldier of the cross m Â¬ Â¬ As the City Council does not think a fire alarm telegraph necessary to the protection of property on the South Side we would suggest that a hose reel and two men be stationed at some conve- Â¬ nient point in the First ward so that when a fire occurs over there assistance will be on hand prompt- Â¬ ly As it is when a poor mans little cottage takes fire over there it is a mass of coals when the fire department gets on the ground owing to the slow mode of trans Â¬ Several fires mitting an alarm have occurred over there which were never heard of at the engine house Â¬ Â¬ QHHHEr nrDHRIH DO YOU WANT THE EARTH We cant give you that but we will give you the best in the city Gents Shoe for u it a Ladies Kid Boot for 300 250 200 250 2I0O OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION Â¬ Â¬ Among the many lay workers and writers who have taken part in the grand work of the past few weeks none have done more or m better work than our old friend The lecture of Rev Sam Jones John E Miles His plain comon Thursday night was a magnifimon sense talks through the His subject was cent success columns of the Roundabout and and character and characters on the streets have done as much was handled in that peculiar if not more than has been accomÂ¬ ZE3IATSZ A HATS IHIAIS R K MCCLURE G large stock and prices to suit the times J J C MASTIN H MASTIN Â¬ Tlieu Next The Mayor and Board of Council men should at once take the initiatory steps to establish a first class college or university at Frankfort The colored people will soon have one but the white people are without either The idea of a State capital without either a college or a university is terrible People are too considerate to locate their families in a place where their children cannot An apbe thoroughly educated propriation of 20000 by the Council for a grand university at Frankfort would be ratified by the people and place Frankfort far ahead of where she is now Dont The be afraid of improvements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ plished by any one man to bring about this happy result The people all knew that John Miles was an honest man and that he would not misrepresent or deceive and they listened reasoned were convinced and acted on their convictions We hope we shall still have op portunity to give our people the benefit of the good council of such plain practical every day business men as brother Miles in the new and onward march of our town and county to the brighter and happier future which is opening out before Â¬ us people are ready to move in force in this line Now that the railroad is an ac- complished fact the natural reaction from the intense nervous excitement in regard to the matter has set in The danger now is that our people will rest satisfied with what has been accomplished forgetting that this is just the en tering wedge that is to open wide our gates to the tide of progress and prosperity which if taken at the flood will lead to a grand era of success and happiness Let all our leaders and business men consult together and devise means to keep the ball of progress rolling Dont let the old town get back into the ruts of the past Â¬ Â¬ Courier Journal has descended to a very small business when it undertakes to belittle and ridicule the great Southern Evan gelist Sam Jones If the C J only did one hundredth part as much to elevate mankind and help them to a life of purity and religion as Mr Jones it might have some ground for its slurs Christian people all over the State have been disgusted at the way that great and mighty sheet has acted on more than one occasion lately They may be slow to manifest that feeling but let the great daily beware when once aroused they can make their power felt even by such great men as edit the C J Â¬ The Mr Thos Hunter attended the State Teachers Association at Louisville last week and was re- Â¬ elected Vice President from the Eleventh Educational District style for which he is so famous It was a plain practical talk and yet at times there were ideas that were as beautiful and sparkling as His por- Â¬ a tiara of diamonds trayals of certain characters were so life like and perfect that the individuals seemed to stand out as living pictures before the audi- Â¬ ence His definition of parties and partisans was inimitable and his description of his own position in these matters was the climax in that direction and set the audi- Â¬ ence off in rounds of applause The lecturer spoke for one hour and twenty minutes and yet so perfect was the sympathy of the audience with him that the time did not seem half so long We are glad to say that he took occasion to denounce in fitting terms the remarks attributed to him by the Courier Iournal of Thursday Not only did he not make the statement attributed to him but he had no occasion and never dreamed of making it He scored the C J pretty thoroughly We regret that the audience was not as large as it ought to have been and assure those who were not present that they have missed a rare treat one that they may not again soon have an opportunity to enjoy We are glad to learn Mr Jones has promised to return to this city in October or November and open the Methodist Church with a ser- Â¬ mon when the repairs on that building are completed Â¬ Â¬ MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - Fanning implements S31 JMain St Fiem seeds Buggies VV wagons HARD ARE 0 Asentn for the Gelbted McCormiclEarvestin WE Machine Gos Binders Reapers S Mowers KEEP IN STOCK OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers Prices on all implements guaranteed to be as low as same can be bought anywhere UOTICE CO CRUTCHER THE Frankfort Kentucky Is this day dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring O R Crutclier assumes all the liabilities and will collect all accounts due the linn of O R Co O R CRUTCHER Crutclier WM JORDAN July 9 tf FIRM OF O R FOR W DRhouse One of the Best Located Resi- Â¬ dences in South Frankfort j3ale W U UALL H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS and and lot on the corner of Cross and Main streets The lot contains about two acres INTERESTING TO THRESHERS and the house Is In good repair There ure apple peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell HAVE 227 ACRES OF GOOD HEAVY OATS roses ami a green house planted with roses and T 1 that I will lime threshed out of the Held If I heated with Hltchlugs Improved hot water can get It done at a lair price Those who would apparatus like the Job will please come and see me at once KJylt JAMES A HOLT Feb-20-l- TERMS EASY Dk Apply to y SALESMEN FOE Nursery Stock To solicit Frankfort Ky Per Â¬ painted Good salary and Expenses or Commission manent employment guaranteed Address at Apr lG 4m SNELL ROWLAND once statins use Nurserymen St Louis Mo JulyJ 2m THE FINS KOLSTEIN BUGGIES SURRYS SZ HARNESS WANTED orders for our reliable NO N I21 EARLY OPPOSITE LEWIS FARMERS BANK STREET THE Carriage work repaired and J J QUIN FARM FOR SALE FRIEM BULL TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT of 111 health I ofTer my farm of lf3 acres lying on the Lawreuceburg pike three miles from Aggie Jessies Netherland Frankfort for sale privately at a bargain June U TO SERVE A LIM WILL BE PERMITTED during the season of number of cows on Owen turnpike one mile 1887 at my farm tf J E PARRENT eat from Frankfort Aggie Jessies Netherland II 1 II B vol 1 No 8U7 comes from two of the best families of his race whose record both for milk and butter Is as good as that of any breed or faintly of cattle HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A COAL Frankfort we are prepared to furnish He Is of tine size and well ftirmed and Is known In excellent condition Terms for the seuson Campbell Creek and other coal 011 short notice 10 cents per bushel Office for the present at H 5 due at time of service R Williams grocery where orders may be left L B MARSHALL Muy21 2m MoDANIEL ic GAINES April 303m New Coal Firm fMrf s FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 16 1887 To the Readers of the Roundabout Â¬ Smoke the White Wing Cigar at 37 m LeCompte Carpenters Some portions of this county have been favored with copious and abundant rains while others have become very dry and the crops seriously endangered My white goods stock consists of m The Georgetowns came down The Queen City Vapor Stove Judea linen mulls French nainsook Co Monday Messrs P S Rule Ladies scissors carving knives at Thursday afternoon and played has all the improvements known in plaids and stripes of every design morning the hardware house of You will their second game here and were to the trade The best is the from the foreign looms 43 Guay a Church find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ Judge Wm Lindsay and Gen sent home with another game re cheapest 442t ris St Clair street 39 D W Lindsey will address the The following is the score of the corded against them the score people of Scott county at Stamp- match shot by the Spring Hill Gun standing as follows Meat Cheap Meat Meat For Sale A good second hand Cheap piano for sale at a bargain Apply at Cheap At C W ing Ground to day in the interest Club on Friday July 8 at 25 Innings -- Total 12 3 4 29 tf 4 0 1 1 0 0 4 2 12 H Fincels this office Frankfort 41 tf Georgetown Paris of the m Blue Rocks 18 yards rise viz 4 Georgetown 100001110 H Fincel will sell you a Frankfort railroad Fruit jars at bottom figures at C W K Taylor 24 G F Berry Messrs Nelson and Hudson are 23 nice sweet hum low 3J tf 17 R P Pepper jr 20 JLPrice a first class battery and showed Buckleys Â¬ Master Will Freeman was so unfortunate as to have his left wrist badly cut by an edge saw while at work in the mill of You are most respectfully informed that as the agent for the celebrated musical emporium of I have es- Â¬ Co D H Baldwin tablished my headquarters at the De furniture store of Staten honey No 218 St Clair street Frankfort Ky where I will keep a sample of first class musical instruments and most cordially invite all who want a piano or an organ to call and examine the and sewed up with ruffle around same and learn the prices before and the score was as follows the bottom Finder will please purchasing elsewhere Total leave at this office and be reward Inning 12 3 4 S J 7 8 Wm M 11 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Sale The Frankfort Base ball Club is now the boss club in the Blue A new frame house No 520 Grass League having beaten the upper Main street seven rooms Georgetowns and Lexingtons on Thos J Hutchison their home grounds winning four 433t out of the six games played Blue Lick Water fresh from the The game at Georgetown SaturSprings on draught at LeComptc day afternoon resulted as follows Carpenters 36 Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 Total m 10 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 Frankfort Losr On Tuesday a package 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 Georgetown The game with the Lexingtons containing a black and white pin stripe satteen dress skirt cut out was played Monday afternoon Â¬ For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ lows Temple now occupied by Co Possession Sam D Johnson given June 1st 18S7 Apply to Cjh E A Corporate Committee Fhllmkr Laces Laces Laces Medicia Torchon Vul Chantilla Antique and the largest assorted stock of Hamburg just received at A Har Â¬ ris St Clair street 39 Hams sides shoulders 41 lard 44 tf Culter Agent Frankfort Lexington 51100022 10 2 0 0 0 010 Â¬ beef veal mutton Iamb sausage H Fincels etc at C W 4 ed 42 2 1 tf US m Saturday the personalty brought good prices but the land was not sold a private offer having been received for it Col D A Peters was the auctioneer At the public sale of Messrs R L Collins Bros near Peaks Mill on J Mr Charles Ellwanger of the firm of Ellwanger Bros returned from a visit of several weeks to Louisville on Thursday evening of last week bringing with him a bride The happy young couple have taken rooms at the Capital Hotel The Concert given by Prof J O Mauer and his pupils assisted by Prof Levassor on Friday night of last week was a decided suc- Â¬ cess Every one who was present The came away well pleased Professor is thoroughly competent and impresses his pupils with the same enthusiasm that animates him An excursion train will be run from Louisville to this city to- Â¬ morrow leaving that city at 9 a m and arriving here at 12 m It is expected that it will be filled with one of the largest excursion parties which has left Louisville this season The train will return to Louisville at 6 oclock p m Our friend Lee A Woodson Esq of San Marcial New Mexico had the misfortune to lose his His remains little boy Butler were brought to this city and interred from the residence of his grandfather Mr Dan Lynch on Sunday last The stricken parents have our tenderest sympathy in their bereavement Â¬ Â¬ by their work Thursday that they could easily have shut the George20 Mr Ken tier Taylor wears the towns out without a score had they so desired The batting of medal Dick Dehoney and the base play For paints oils brushes and glass of Frank Buttimer Pen Merchant at hard time prices see Gray and Will Snider was first class 43 Church hardware merchants while Gus Mack took care of school desk short field in fine style Fashion The the adoption of which for our 306 yards of plaid mull 15 cents city schools we made a note of a yard worth 25 cents SAm D Johnson Co last fall is again triumphant being 44 selected by the Commissioners of A Sunday school picnic will be the Colored State Normal School as the desk to be used by that in- Â¬ rrit oit frtrlntr nf Arnnlrlc crJrrl- stitution The contract was award- - house on the Owenton pike A on Tuesday the Sydney School large crowd is expected to be Furniture Company of Sydney present and Hon Evan E SetOhio being the manufacturers tle of Owenton will deliver an and Mr John M Slavens of address Louisville the General Agent for The commission appointed by Kentucky the Kentucky Conference of the Besides our own city schools those of Lexington and other Methodist Church to consider the Wes cities of Kentucky are using these question of removing the from Millersburg desks and they are pronounced leyan College met in Lexington on Tuesday perfect in every respect last and decided to locate the The New Era Clothes Washer is College at Winchester The city going out fast People are delighted of Winchester gives the site for with them See Gray Church the buildings and 35000 in money 43 to erect the buildings m The free delivery system is now For cheap sugars call on J working all right aud the post- Â¬ Heeney South Side 44 men deliver three mails a day to the business portion of the city All trimmed and untrimmed bonnets and hats at half former and two to the residence portion Mails are collected every morning prices Sam D Johnson Co 44 from the boxes in time for the first mail out Nothing more delicious than a Sanborns Mocha cup of Chase For pocket table aud butcher and Java mixed coffee for sale by knives you can have a large stock to J Heeney South Side 44 select from at low prices at Cox Church Mnstin G L Puyue C Abrams Morris 20 E E Hun 3 18 12 R JN 21 21 442t Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs 20 Â¬ tricots and Soap for bath and toilet at Chap D Johnson sponge cloths at Sam 34 tf man Gavles White dress flannels Co s For Rent location 41 tf C rents low W The Heywood is tiie best baby car Store rooms good riage made For sale by R Rogers 32 39 Â¬ My corsets for 40 cents can not be beat in the world for the price Call Call at Buckleys and see the and see them at A Harris St JClair Queen City in operation 44 2t H FlNCEL street 39 Binding twine for reapers for sale by Get a Heywood baby carriage of R Rogers they are the best in the O R Crutcher 3 Co 32 market Use only the stamped iron SIATTEKNS best Photographs double lined oven with your gaso- of all sizes reduced to halt price line stove Buckley has them R Rogers has the best baby carri- Â¬ 2t 44 age manufactured the Heywood Â¬ 32 Â¬ For Sailor Hats Sailor hats at 20 cents go to A Harris street St Clair best made for sale at R Rogers 32 39 The Heywood baby carriage the purchased a large stock of silks and will otter them at very low The tax books for Franklin prices Qall and see them Every county are now in my hands and yard guaranteed at A Harris St all persons are notified to come 39 Clair street forward and settle their taxes for Do not fail to examine my stock of hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ A Harris member the place 3 St Clair Street I just Sheriffs Notice the year 1S87 The new revenue law requires me to collect and pay over the revenue to the State be- Â¬ fore the first day of September next and all not paid by that time Parasols and fans in all shades mid will have six per cent and costs styles at very low prices at A Harris added as a penalty 39 St Clair street J W Gaines Sheriff m Frankfort Kv April 21 Mast in Bros keep the best machine 40 1887 oil 33 Price GO cents per gallon Headquarters for handkerchiefs kid Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn gloves hosiery and collars and cutis Mower the best in the world from 39 Sam D Johnson it Co Mastin Bros 30 In my dress goods stock you will The best Soda Water in tind some of the choicest materials in all shadesantl patterns Therefore ii the world with ice cream you wish to purchase examine my in Chapman stock before going elsewhere Re Â¬ Place your farms and town lots for member the place A Harris St sale with Win P Scott He will 39 Clair street it at Gayles tf 43 Gray Churchs It is amusing to an outsider to hear the way the base ball enthusiasts account for the success or defeat of their favorite clubs If successful they are pronounced the Â¬ most wonderful ball twirlers slug gers and base runners whereas if defeated it is always charged that the rulings of the umpire were outrageous and he a most corrupt and rotten old curmudgeon So Vive la base ball it goes We very much fear that the building of the big sewer through St Clair street will produce considerable sickness owing to the noxious gases that are thrown out by the excavations Early in the morning the odor becomes almost unbearable The contractors are doing very well now that the work has been gotten under way but it should have been done earlier in the season in order to avoid the danger we speak of Â¬ The many admirers and friends of Rev Dr J M Lewis former pastor of the Baptist Church in this city will rejoice to learn that A HARRIS he has been the recipient of a J Heeneys 44 St Olair Street 39 handsome present from the mem Car load of Old Hickory Wagons LOOK bers of his two churches Mt just received by Mastin Bros Vernon and Cane Run in the A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re 43 Dr shape of a fine buggy horse ceived at Leeompte Carpenters 39 is deservedly popular with Simmons Liver Regulator South Side Lewis Is what the name indicates a Reg his people Blood Orange Em peons Ginger ulator of that most important Ale and Drenuon Water constantly Water coolers and ice cream freez organ the Liver Is yoar Liver on tap at W L lefts South Side Gray Chukcus out of order Then is your whole ers at cost at 40 43 system deranged the breath offen Singer sewing machine given Â¬ Not wishing1 to carry auy stock over for fall I offer to the public For chimisett collars and cuffs my entire stock of dry goods no- Â¬ goto tions and millinery at such reduced Co Sam D Johnson rates that will guarantee satisfac- Â¬ 44 tion Therefore it will be to your C S Mocha interest to come and examine nay Try a box of stock and be convinced and Java mixed coffee at advertise them thoroughly For Rent House witli six rooms and a kitchen stable on the premises near City School Apply to Dr S E James tucky twine 33 Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken Â¬ River Mills hemp binder 3 Â¬ Fou Rent A two story frame residence with rive rooms and cellar on the corner of Logan and Campbell streets Gas in the house and water in the yard Apply to C Hern don Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H P Williams jr has an nounced himself as a candidate for City Marshal subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party M Buy your binding twine for reaping Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ For table linen and nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco machines of O It Crutcher A Co is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ Cal cloths go to 39 tive It is the nunt easily taken Co Sam D Johnson Buckley has exclusive sale of 44 pleasantly effective For hats and bonnets A Harris and the most to cleanse the system remedy known the Queen City Gasoline Stove 39 of those running Emporium is headquarters The attention when bilious or costive to dispel colds and threshing machines is called to 44 2t For Scotch ginghams satteen bat Â¬ headaches constipationfevers to cure indigestion habitual the advertisement of Mr J A Apply to Mastin Bros for iste and lawns call at A Harris St etc For sale in 30 cent and 100 storage 39 bottles by Chapman Gayle Clair street 43 Holt tf feel sive you have headache languid dispirited and nervous no appetite sleep is troubled and unrefreshing Simmons Liver Reg ulator restores the healthy action of the Liver See that you get genuine prepared by J H lunch the Co Zelin away with soap at CJreshams old stand at W L V L lefts 40 When Baby wm lick we Rare her Castoria When she was a Child sho cried for Castoria Whan she bocaiue Miss sbs clang to Castoria Wltou aba bad Children she gare them Castoria Â¬ Orders for Divnnon Water received 40 Jetts South Side Syrup of Figs G Pea Ridge Blackberries plentiufl Oats being cut Prayer meeting every Wednes day night at 8 oclock Bridgeport salted us down on the railroad question Roundabout much admired for the plucky manner in which it engaged in the railroad struggle tooth nail and claw M Mrs Goins Mrs Braw Mrs ner Mrs Ella Roberts L Roberts and Miss Susy Boston of Bellepoint have been visiting in the neighborhood the past week Mrs J Graves who has been visiting her parents has returned home to Shelby Mrs Lizzie Moore of Stoney Creek is visiting the family of Mr Will Tracy The Sunday school superintendent said that there would be a picnic to day of Pea Ridge Sunday-school An ingenious expla- Â¬ nation is expected of him evening He ought to read the history of Ananias Acts v Picnic unavoidably postponed It is not a failure The Ridge We fails in nothing it tries to do supported Andy Scctt he was We supported the successful railroad what kind of a failure was that Â¬ Â¬ w Judge W Lindsay appears The guaranteeing that the First district Judge is favorably known to us for will not have the bulge on the his railroad speeches and we fol- others in the future lowed him faithfully but now he Some of our citizens went black is to speak for a party that wants berrying this week They landed working on a farm near Stoney Creek criminals to displace men The landlord came out and asked Gen Uan Lindsey ably sup them their names residence c ported the Judge for the railroad also if they had voled for the railNow if he will give ts his views on road tax Upon being informed the convict question and support that they had he very politely inthe Judge aain we shall give him formed them that he could not the same attention we did before furnish berries to parties who had A few lines in the paper General assisted in voting an iniquitous tax if nothing else on him and invited them to leave The Bridgeport correspondent his premises at once which of sees a defect in our school system course they did Â¬ you and Johnny Miles and Murray and other knights of the quill who did their duty nobly in the cause of internal im- Â¬ provement and so saved Frank- Â¬ fort and Franklin coiinty from the doom of an everlasting eclipse Bob Billy Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn A W Harper has been quite sick Miss Maggie Innis is on a visit to Mrs J H Burdin Mrs James Gallihue and daugh ter visited relatives in Scott county this week Mrs Miss Cliffie Ti 1 Â¬ frtj and in PURELY VEGETABLE It acta with extraordinary InMcy on th Â¬ Â¬ TIVER KDNEYS AN EFFECTUAL Only appointing those who make a life work of teaching wont help the matter There are so many lady teachers who certainly do not expect to make a life work of teaching and they will always get positions until the people quit electing chivalrous gentlemen for trustees There certainly is a defect somewhere as one third of the fines in- Â¬ Â¬ flicted in gambling and liquor cases goes into the school fund it follows that the moie drunkenness and gambling the better for the schools From such materials Js it good what can be expected policy to erect a fine structure on Uncle such a rotten foundation offered to attend to Sam has kindly our scnool matters lor us ana furnish plenty of money to make it a success if we will only say yes but we dare not say it for Nothing is difficult beneath the sky fear the Courier Journal will come We only fail because we fail to try done on us So being between The heavy vote cast in several the devil and the deep sea we precincts of the county against the rather endure the ills we suffer railroad was the result of a mista than fly to others we know not of taken idea that voting against the That convict labor dont pay railroad would help Frankfort It the State is proved by the amount is explained in this way GeorgeÂ¬ town wants the capital If we of the militia expenses for guardbuild a railroad she could move it ing convicts in the coal mines at Greenwood and Kensee but without a railroad she cant The Wardens last report shows Please put in the Rounda the number of prisoners received is at our for the following crimes bout that Captain No Nothing less than house Murder ioo manslaughter 32 a Colonel will be noticed in this malicious shooting 55 malicious column cutting 53 malicious wounding Bro Roberts will preach here 7 When the people of Pulaski ob to morrow at oclock jected to the presence of these Dont cut us off Bald Knob prisoners being among them the Let us be like the children of one militia were sent to drive out citi- Â¬ family who all having different zens to make room for convicts opinions yet look up to and love If the merchants of Frankfort the same parents realized that every convict em- Â¬ I read the Roundabout Sik ployed outside the walls in this and have been very much inter county reduces the number of I their customers by displacing free ested in its railroad news it undoubted workmen with convicts who buy think that although ly helped the railroad cause it nothing to eat drink or wear they has not given credit where credit would call a mass meeting to prois due While it mav have been test against convict labor in this unintentional it has most certainly county Say Mr Merchant slighted the efforts made by the how much profit do you make off ladies of the county Now I ask of any number of working men if you believe that the railroad say 500 who never get any wages would have got such a majority if Bellepoint the ladies had not helped As soon as I found out that Real estate transfers To Wm the railroad would enable us to Long a building lot on Benson go to Paris the home and center of fashion in two hours I deter- street S300 To Henry OBannon a building mined to work for it So I spoke lot on High street 250 to all my lady friends who used To J Hambleton a building lot their influence to induce their on Grandview street 400 fathers brothers and friends to vote for it A stock company is being or Â¬ Two of my gentlemen friends ganized in this place with Mitchell who opposed the road one of LeCompte as President the them made speeches against it purpose of which is to erect a said they would do any thing for mammoth tobacco warehouse for me so l got them to vote tor it the purchase assorting and sale I hope the Roundabout will of tobacco This will be of great do us justice in the matter for convenience to our county tobacco without us you could do nothing growers You need not put my name in J W Gilpin is the proud pos 1 sincerely hope the railroad will sessor of a bouncing girl baby soon be built so I can get the Bessie nent Hallelujah Yours The day has been latest fashions J P Bailey Captain of the won jnueeci it seemed to win Nettie which has been on the itself as slick as goose grease Mr Pete Quire went to Harp docks at this place launched her especially here in the great heart last week to stack wheat and cut on Wednesday last and left for of the State and emporium of the oats down the river county Why any man who works for a rrankfort hitherto long dor It will be gratifying to the mag Â¬ living should support a party at isterial mant and unaccountably apathetic outside of the the August election that believes Capital precincts learn city to that the has at last aroused from her leth in convict labor when he can of the fish laws turn- argy and henceforth her march choose between three other parties supervisors pikes pauper lists and game laws will be onward and upward sic all pledged against it would be met in solemn conclave a few days ituradastta hard to tell So heres to Bob Franklin away ago and unanimously ordered that over yonder at St Paul Io tri Our village has received some hereafter such magisterial district bills of a barbecue at Lancaster would with its own taxes make umphc So say we all Heres to you Among the speakers the name of its own improvements thereby Â¬ Â¬ w 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Laura Branson is visiting friends at Williamstown Ky Miss Leonna Jett of Jetts Station is on a visit to her grandmother Mrs Keeling Gaines on Kentucky Avenue Miss Antionette and Master John Lonsdale are the guests of Mrs Mary L Todd Lake Park Mrs Keeling Gaines has re turned from a protracted visit to her daughter in Madison county much improved in health Miss Josie Campbell of Bedford Ind is visiting Mrs A B Hammond Kentucky Avenue Republicans The this of Faubourg will cast their votes as a unit for the talented Sam R Smith for county Representative Misses Ethel and Anniet the pretty little daughters of Esq Tinsley of Graefensburg are visiting their sister Mrs R S Collins on Benson street Mrs Spenc r of Alton has been the guest of her brother Mr Sam Collins this week Mrs Mitchell LeCompte is visiting her father-in-laWm LeCompte at Forks of Elkhorn R Sam Collins the popular butcher bought this week of Mr Geo Robinson of Shelby county a lot of ten nice fat heifers Miss Mary Wills Shelton of New Castle is visiting the family of her uncle Sheriff John W Gaines To our gallant Dob Franklin a thousand miles away in Minnesota the land of Hiaxvatha and Min nehaha Greeting Across the broad prairies and mighty lakes and over the bhie mountains and lovely valleys of the great North west your Frankfort and Franklin county friends O Robert send you greetings and hallelujahs on the wings of a splendid victory For there has been a mighty tempest in Craddocks stagnant pool and the result is that all the old fogy tubs and dirt road scows have gone to pieces and their wrecks line the shore in all directions Yes we met the enemy on the 6th under the sun of Austerlitz and thev are ours by 1600 major ity Strike the cymbal Sound the timbrel Let all the land rejoice The fogies and fossils and all other stick in the muds must go aye have already gone and joy go with em but not half as much as they have left behind After this Frankfort will put on airs for she has now taken the first grand indispensable and infallible step toward inaugurating the boom that is to make her in time the loveliest capital and grandest manufacturing city on the contiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thompson of Stedmanville has been visiting her brother at Newtown Scott county Mr Joe Stedman made a business trip to Owen county this week Wheat in this section is turning out 15 to 20 bushels per acre Miss Nellie Woodruff of Lexington who has been visiting Miss Annie Wood returned home last Wednesday Considerable interest is bsing manifested at the protracted meet- Â¬ ing now in progress at Mt Pleasant Church Master Mat Thompson of Stedmanville found while plow ing one day last week a silver coin dated 1707 Miss Nellie Trabue of Louis Â¬ ville visited Miss Murphy this week Miss Helen Long of George town is on a visit to the Misses Wilson Mr Joe Gallihue has returned home after a protracted visit to his brother in Illinois Mr Will Holton of Tennessee and hjs sister Mrs George of Versailles were in the Forks last week visiting friends Mr Steve Black was in Louis- Â¬ ville last week Â¬ Bowels FOR SPECIFIC Malaria Bowel Complaints Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation Biliousness Kidney Affections Jaundice Mental Depression Colic Â¬ Household Should be Without It and by beingkept ready for immediate use will save many an hour of Buffering and many a dollar in time and doctors bills THERE 18 BUT ONE Mo JHZEILIN Philadelphia Pa on SIMMONSUVER REGULATOR genuine with nd Z 8e that you aet front of Wrapper CO PRICE Prepared only by Sole Proprietors Â¬ 100 Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT KY Â¬ SATURDAY JULY 80 SATURDAY AUGUST SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 27 1887 1887 PILES BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHIKG Cured absolutely One lOC0 Thousand Dollars given to sufferer or any charity he may designate for atiy case of Piles I cannot cure by the BR1NK ERHOFF SYSTEM A Complete NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO TAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Cure ofCancer I had a sore on my Gentlemen FISSURES upper hp for eight years Seven Cured without cutting or tearing different doctors attempted in vain to heal it One gave me a small ULCERATION CATARRH vial for five dollars which was a Of the bowel cured certain cure It i needless to Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu for nearly three years and say that it did me no good larlyhas made among the wealthy the many cures lie and Influential are of About two years ago I became citizensnow a sufficient evidence fact his success dis Â¬ well established It Is tlat many quite uneasy as people thought I eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system had a cancer and I took a course aggravated by the coexistenceare either- caused orÂ¬ of PILES FISTURECTAL ULCER of eighteen bottles of S S S LA FISSURE or REFERENCES The result ha been a complete Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A cure The ulcer or cancer healed Col 11 VMcClure Frankfort Ky Ky L Sublett Erankfort beautifully leaving scarcely a perRichard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W Hughes Frankfort Ky ceptible scir From that day I J II McKenzle Versailles Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at have been in excellent health the West Seventh street Cincinnati and where 37G he may be found every day of each week EXCEPT Specific having purified my blood thoroughly increased my appeFKIDAIS AND SATUBDAYS tite and perfected my digestion Pamphlets describing these diseases and this mode of In a word I feel like a new wom0n dressing treatment sent free to any one by ad and best of all the eight year W I KELLEY 31 D ulcer is gone entirely Yours sin 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 cerely Mrs W P Cannon CONSULTATION FREE Trenton Todd Co Ky Dec 20 ly v Feb 25th 1S87 J Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FISTULA IN Is cured A3VO -- 4 Two Bottles Effect a Cure FARM FOR SALE Â¬ AT A Gentlemen My blood was in such a condition that on the slightest abrasion my flesh would US LEWIS feiter and sores were difficult to XHK FARM OF THE LATE on theM Frankfort 1 containing 100 acres lying I took two bottles of S S and Hat Creek turnpike about Itfj miles from heal Is Frankfort good containing S and after tiiat any abrasion rooms on Therepremises house all necessary the also irfUkii null Udfl nltuii Mllthnllflltlfil mo hvui nui in would heal on first intention and yard and an abundance of stockviaivil III tlw water on the grass auu iuuui iiiiiuliJllimi 4 ui uiu hum is yeii sci Im my flesh was firm IllH nlon uill tlmlwiriul Thorn good apple orchard on the place W T Wjlkjns For further Information call on the premises or to Jeff Lewis In Bellepoint Jpui Ga March 3 1887 JEFF LEWIS Treatise on Bioou and Skin June 181m Disease mailed free BAI3G 14 I II AI 3T I 111 The Swifi Specific Drawer 3 Co SEW PLANING MILL Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The beginning of disease is a slight debility r disorder of some of the vital organs tb tomMh the liver or the bowels usually There are dyspeptic symptoms the liver I troublesome the skin grows tawney and un Â¬ healthy looking there are pains in the right side or through the right shoulder blade The climax is often an utter prostration of tho physical energies perhaps u fatal issue But If the difficulty ismetiutimowithlloKtetterc Stomach Uitters which is always effective as a remedy and it should be resorted to at an early stage there will be no reason to ap Â¬ prehend those injurious subsequent effects upou the system often entailed by entirely cured diseases Far better is it also to em Â¬ ploy Uila safe remedial agent in fever and ague and other malarial complaints that quinine and other potent drugs which even when they do prove effectual for a time ruin tie stomach and impair the general bealth me Bteglaalag of tne End J M First WAKEFIELD CIass Planing Mill Hnvingrecently added to hie Establishment Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Sih Door- - BindFramc Molding ALSO Scroll Work Stair Work GottenJIout In the best style MuylB Turning tf nv One of the most outrageous cases that we have heard of lately occurred at Woodlake this coun- Â¬ ty a few days ago It appears that two young men whose names are Glass and McMannis of Scott county had sent a young horse to Mr Robt H Wilson to be broken and trained Mr Wilson was handling the horse according to contract when it appears the young men con- Â¬ cluded not to have him trained and sent for him Mr Wilson sent them word that his bill for training would have to be settled before the horse could be removed The next day these young bloods came to the training stable in Mr Wilsons absence and horse of the negro demanded the man in charge He told them that they could not get the ani- Â¬ mal until Mr Wilson came back or the bill was paid They at once became very boisterous and Â¬ An August Tribunal Everything about the Supreme Court is impressive and Even the two trim negro men who sit at the inner and outer doors and noiselessly open them by means of a cord attached to the door knobs to allow persons to pass in and out apparently perform that duty with a deep sense of their responsibility The semicircular chamber with its stately columns of mottled Potomac mar- ble its half domed roof lighted by awe-inspirin- g Â¬ Â¬ threatening At this juncture Mr Wilson put in an appearance when these high flyers whipped out their pops cursed abused and threatened him finally giving him a part of the money and demanding a return of some of it Mr Wil son told them that he had no change and started to the house to get it and also to arm himself Just as he got to the house the men broke the stable door open took the horse out and mounting took French leave The consequence now is that Esquire Threlkeld has some four or five warrants out for the young gents and will pretty genteelly lambaste them with the whips of Â¬ skylights its substantial furniture and the rich upholstery of the sofas arranged upon the sides for the accommodation of spectators recall historic scenes glorified as they are viewed through the dim mist of time and its walls seem ready to echo the voices of the past The appear- Â¬ ance and bearing of the nine elder ly gentlemen who sit in a row upon a raised platform behind a long desk clothed in their black silk robes the absolute silence en- Â¬ joined upon all not having to ad- Â¬ dress the Court and the subdued monotones in which the business is transacted make one feel that here at least are gravity and atten- Â¬ tion befitting the dignity of a great old-fashionÂ¬ Having occasion recently to visit a city of considerable importance very early in the morning we were forcible struck with the fact that the grog shops were the only houses of business opened c The early bird Mr James McCown and wife of Danville Indiana and Miss Mary Louis Littlepage of Law renceburg Ky are the guests of Mr R D Armstrong and wife If trustees would lay in a supply of fuel for our district schools now while it is cheap and the weather propicious a vast deal of trouble and expense would be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIOERT p y 0RAT JACOB SWIGERT Successors to P 0 Hughes CO GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY Representing the following Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE LONDON ASSURANCE IMPERIAL NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION NCASUIRE London 30652196 15713840 12137900 8925740 Manchester riiimueipiim Boston Hartford Germany ImB - STCUT F WASHINGTON HARTFORD saved We clip the following from the Courier Journal of Wednesday The Times reporter met Col F L McChesney of Paris yester- Â¬ day and interviewed him on the prospects of the Paris George- Â¬ The Frankfort railroad town Colonel and ex editor is a most enthusiastic railroad man and gives it as his opinion that the construction of this road is already an assured fact that the people of Bourbon county have become very much encouraged bv the liberal support given to the enterprise by rranktort and franklin county and that Bourbon will vote her subscription of 250000 by a large majority ORIENT AMERICAN CENTRAL HAMBURG BREMEN M WJ Louis 19W ijl1Si 1810273 1551953 st ivfivh 100205503 Tune 18 ly Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING The Best SLICKER Louisville Tobacco Market FUBNTSHED BY Waterproof Goat The FI3lIBBAND8ITCKEnta warranted wanreroof and will krtn too drv In lb btrdelt atnrm Th new POMMRt SLICKER tl a perfect riilln coat and coTertftbs entire laddie Beware of ImlLtlona Nona genuine without the Plan prang- - iraae roira nineiraiea vataiotue tree A J Tower Boeton llaaa Summer Arrangement IfEWPQRT NEWS QLOVES HOUSE DOBBETT PRIKfOIlS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO PBO- WAKE- - MISSISSIPPI VALLEY GO government The above extract was taken from the American Magazine for August The whole get of the magazine is first class and we com- Â¬ mend it to our literary friends The Georgetown Times is in error in stating that the Frankforts two hired men in the played game at that place on Saturday None of the members of the Frankfort Club are paid and all are residents of this city The pitcher and catcher Messrs Nel son and Hudson are the two players referred to and neither of them are paid a cent Mr Nel- Â¬ son has been employed as a cooper by Messrs W A Gaines Co for some time and Mr Hudson is employed on the steamer Huston Combs having made this city his home since last January So the kick of the Georgetowns amounts to nothing the law Little Willie Culter son of Mr W M Culter aged about seven years while playing on a raft of logs above the pumping station of the water works Wednesday afternoon fell into the river and had gone under the water twice when Master Hugh Ayres Daniel jumped into the water and rescued him just as he was sinking for the third time The little fellow made Â¬ The County Teachers Association have been invited to meet at the Arnold School house to day and to unite in a Sunday school It being the day set by picnic law for the examination of teachers the board of examiners cannot be present It is hoped however that all who can will attend and a Col John L enjoy themselves The thermometer was hunting Scott will address the meeting for ioo on yesterday It was a notable fact in the late meeting of the State Teachers JVI ARR IEU Association that those counties At the Christian Church Oraefensburg on having County Associations were Wednesday evening July 13th 1887 by Rev T N Arnold Mr in the lead in educational matters Clifford Ira armstkono and Miss Bertha Let us go to work now and make At the residence of Mr Newton Clark In this 1887 b Thursday Franklin county the banner coun- countyT on Arnold MreveningR July 14thand Miss Kev Wm Clark do you say teachers FANNIK C ARMSTRONU ty What Â¬ Educational Â¬ Sales on oar market for the week just closed amount to 2977 hhtls with re ceipts for the same period of 2761 hhds Ohio The market has gained additional strength this week several hhds of barley have been sold in the past few days at prices Pullman Oars and Solid Trains ranging from 1800 to 2000 and one hhd brought 2050 which is the highest price of the year The following quotations fairly repre To Washingrton Richmond sent our market for Burley Tobacco Dark Trash 450 to 650 And Old Point Comfort Colory Trash 650 to 900 Common Lugs not colory 650 to 900 Colory Lugs 900 to 1300 Common Leaf not colory 900 to 1200 Good Leaf 1200 to 1800 To Louisville and Cincinnati Fine Leaf 1800 to 2050 Â¬ Chesapeake Route Connecting direct for all points In the WEST NORTH WEST SOUTH WEST -- In Effect June 5 1887 WESTWARD Lve Norfolk Lve Old Point Lve Newport News Lve Richmond Lve Ciordonsvllle No 3 Dally 300 340 400 650 917 1000 530 1005 1020 1118 1150 215 220 325 340 518 7 55 Â¬ and friends no noise when he fell in and had County Association will Mt Vernon Church Poe on the first Saturday in next All teachers and friends invited SEMr THE TWENTY THIRD begin ANNUAL SES of this school will a good time expected The Association will meet at Monday Sept 12 1887 the Mink Run or Anderson Mrs T M Turner will have charge of the school house the 2d Saturday in Primary Department Terms per session of August We hope our friends in twenty weeks 37 50 the neighborhood will work up Classical Department 25 00 The meet at district August Dudley Institute Arr Charlottesville Lve Washington Arr Charlottesville Lve Charlottesville Lve Waynesboro Jc Lve Staunton Arr Clifton orge Lve Lve Lve Lve Lve p p p p p p p p p p p a Lve Kanawha Falls Lve Cauuelton White Sulphur Hlutou Charleston Clifton Forge Alleghany Sunday m 720 a m 800 a m 825 a in 1110 a m 220 p in 3 25 p m 1124 a m 315 p m 350 p ml 458 p mt 545 p in sin ii a in 8 30 p a m 940 p a in 111 111 n Except m m m in m m m in in ni in No 1 N 5 Notes 400 pm 725 p m 830 pm 1100 a m 255 a in a a a a Arr Ashland He Huntington 815 905 945 1022 535 1117 1022 155 230 315 715 600 a nil 320 a 1111210 t a p A dark red cow rather and 10 or 1 1 years old bank dressing after a swim in the large river and heard the splash in the The finder will please return to W C Lutkemeier and be rewardwater he would have been ed 44 drowned The steamer Grace Morris with the elegant barge Annie gave the first of their free excursions to the sick and poor children of this city on Wednesday evening About one hundred and eighty persons enjoyed the benefits of the liberality of the owners of the Morrris The excursion went up the river as far as Clifton returning about All who1 went ex8y oclock press themselves as deeply grate ful to those who gave the excursion The Morris has done a graceful and worthy thing for which the charitable will give them due credit Â¬ not Hugh been sitting on the Lost these meetings and let all enjoy Intermediate Department Primary Department them Â¬ Bridgeport Bring out the children T M TURNER jy2 2m There is to be a Grand Union Educational Meeting of the nth and 9th educational districts held WEST HAVING ISAAC T perhaps at Pleasureville in the MRfrom ttie firm of Wdketleld West RETIRED ull debts Notice of time and due the firm are payable to me and all parties near future to come torwurd and settle at once are requested place will be given in due time as I desire to close up the business of the tlrm 2flOTXOEJ M ArrColumbus Lve Ashland 7 20 00 Arr Mt Sterling Arr Winchester Prin Arr Lexington Arr Louisville Arr Cincinnati EASTWARD Lve Cincinnati Lve Louis Wile Lve Lexington Lve Columbus Lve Ashland Lve Ashland p a p p p ml 1235 nn p m 445 n m p mi tiuo p Sunday ni in in m m m m m in m 111 350 a 450 a 310 a 705 a m 857 a in 300 I HI 705 a III ml 1110 a m in 1145 a m i 3iopm 414 h m 445 am fiiua in 730 am 840 am 900 am 1120 am 215 pm 240 pm 345 pm 4 530 p m 535 p III 1117 p in 50pm No 4 Dally 825 730 1100 1145 580 345 5 35 Except i0 2 No t See Notes Fine summer weather A railroad through Bridgeport Countv Superintendent are N July Mm WAKEFIELD Lie Winchester next in order Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One of the best crops of wheat we have heard of this season was raised on the Dudley farm near this city It averaged 37 bush- Â¬ els to the acre and was of the Mediterranean Hybrid variety Mr W J Dudley has about 200 bushels of this wheat for sale for seed Hot hotter hottest Thats about the size of it for the last three days Mr Geo B Strepeywas Louisville last Monday Mr Wm Scofield still remains very feeble Mrs Clem Parrent has been worse this week Irish potatoes not as good this season as usual Mr J H Keith and wife are visiting friends at Shelbyville Mr J R Reib has been in our midst since last report Oat harvest about over Crop not extra Regular services at South Ben Â¬ son Church to day and to morrow at 1 1 oclock each day Mr Otho Wheat broke ground last Monday for the erection of a dwelling house It is not our purpose to insult any one in making up our notes for this column Mrs Cordie Gaines and little daughter Cordie of Louisville arrived in this vicinity last Mon- Â¬ day where they will remain some time visiting relatives Here heroes in Sam Bald Knob the names of our Â¬ Moore Jeptha JohnCeo W son Eli McDaniel Moore Geo V Harrod Smith John Carter J R Cook m Five years having expired un der the contract between the city of Frankfort and the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company the price of gas to private consumers must be regulated according to the price paid for gas in cities and towns in Kentucky having an than equal or less population Frankfort The average price would fix the price to private consumers in Frankfort at 241 per 1000 cubic feet but the company announce that they will not charge a higher rate per 1000 than during the past five years but will add 20 cents to each 1000 cubic feet on all accounts not paid previous to the 10th of each month in order to secure prompt payment This company have operated the gas works of this city for five years and during that time have been able to de- Â¬ clare but two dividends one a 3 per cent and the other a 2 per Argus cent dividend Â¬ Le Huntington Arr Charleston Arr Cauuelton Arr Kanawa Falls LUMBER FIRM OF WAKEFIELD Arr lllntou THE at Frankfort has been dissolved mid Arr White Sulphur Isaac T West goes out of the nrm James M vrr Clifton Forge Wakefield will conduct the business as heretofore irr Staunton and he alone Is authorized to collect debts due Arr Waynesboro Jo the nrm and Hill pay all Its debts In making ArrCharlottesvllle this announcement James M Wakefield takes Arr Wnstilimtnn this occasion to return his thanks to the public Arr Baltimore tor their liberal patronage extended heretofore Arr Philadelphia and solicits a continuance of public confidence Arr New York and patronage lveCharlottesvllle JAMES M WAKEFIELD Arr Richmond June 25 lm DISSOLUTION p p p p p a 700 748 810 1022 12 00 a a a a a 115 341 410 510 9 10 p p p p p a ull III 111 111 III 111 111 111 p FOR SALE LOTS FRONTING ON Louisville Turnpike In South Frankfort as follows 1 The house and lot now occupied by s C Hull 2 The house and lot north of and adjoining Col Subletts lot 3 The vacant lot adjoining the last named lot For particulars Impure of Dr Sam James or JOHN B LINDSEY May 28 2m AND THE HOUSES and the 1 Ewtug street 1125 300 620 530 840 Lve Richmond 845 Arr Newport News 1046 1100 Arr Old Point Arr Norfolk a m p III p ill ii m p m p 111 1 00 p in 1125 a m 555 p in 810 800 I m 1100 9 55 p m 120 1100 P m 2 34 1130 p m 305 245 a m 615 510 u m 840 6 40 a m 1023 920 a in 108 1017 a in 140 1110 a in 250 823 P in 810 1125 P m 10 03 300 a m 1235 620 a m 320 1155 a III 415 350 p in 825 4 00 ii m 840 635 p 111 11 10 7IHI p in 1215 7 40 i in 123ft 830 a m 650 a in U50 a m a m a III p m p 111 p in p III P 111 111 a 111 a 111 a 111 a m a in nU P in p a m a m a m n in Â¬ a in a m Lexington Division trains run by Central time Main Line trains east or Huntington run by East ern time which Is one hoar faster than Central time Â¬ No 1 dally except Sunday between Old Point Norfolk and White Sulphur The train arriving at White Sulphur on Saturday lays oer until 1010 i m Sunday nlgnt No 2 dally except Sunday The train leaving Louisville and Cincinnati on Saturday runs only to White Sulphur arriving there Sunday 510 a m and laying over until Monday 520 a m 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 25 cents I pas enger and vall e or satchel Runs dally between Clifton 35 cents except Sunday ificinMiriiriil 1 trunk Forge and Ashland Connects at Ashland for t luidmaiiiwr Ullll - trunks 1 50 cents Columbus dally except Sunday 2 passengers and 1 trunk uuvcmn j passengers aim - itunris No u dally from Ashland to Clltton Forge Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged leases Clltton Forge dally except Saturday arrives Where there are Washington Richmond and Old Point dally ex Â¬ 5 cents In addition to above cept suuday several children charges will be reasonable In wagon luggage will be transferred Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains Fishing parties picnics dec will receive prompt attention at reasonable rates Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfolk on Mon Â¬ Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange Â¬ day Tuesday Wednesday Hallorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of day at 7 p in for New YorkThursday and Satur Holmes Grocery store on A U Waggoners lice and Broadway For Rates Tickets Biggage Checks apply to W B LUCKETT any Office of C 0 Rjr or Depot or Ticket Office 81 Telephone of IomitHtlnir IIiiks may also be left at LeCompte J Cnrpju W C WIUKHAM H W FULLER Orders 2d Yice Presldent ters South side Drug Store feu I Passr Agt NEW TRANSFER LINE 1 - May 28 3H1 Sunday in July Come then with us and we will do thee good 0 The general topics of tiscussion Uncle Jim Butcher an indus- now are what will be Col W O trious and intelligent old colored Bradleys majority and are we to man died at his home in South have an infidel or a believer in the Frankfort on Friday last aged divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ about 80 years He was known as Principal of the Normal School Some of each class have made as a great and successful fisher- application for the position He had the confidence and man organize respect of all who knew him as an at Let usand go to a Bradley Club once work honest man His funeral was Something has touched the barpreached on Saturday last keepers hearts for they are doing m Dr S F Smith of Frankort what the City Council would or They close up on is announced as the Prohibition could not do party candidate for the Legislature the Lords day Ths street He was corners are clear Now if somefrom Franklin county candidate for the same position body would close up Fort Hill on the in 1885 and received 384 votes Sunday what a time there would and may be elected this time The be in our city oh ye that burn leaven is working all over the incense on Fort Hill State Southern Journal miss Florence xeizer nas gone to Cincinnati Ohio to spend the We learn that our friend Dr S F Smith editor of the Truthful summer Witness will be a candidate on the Bishop J A Shorter one of the Prohibition ticket for the Legisla bishops of the A M E Church ture from Franklin county No who gave two thousand dollars to better man could be selected and Wilberforce University on June if elected he will make his impres 15th died of heart disease on Fri sion for good during his service day July 1st Peace to his ashes The Worker One of the most brilliant affairs Dr Smith being a modest man of the season was the marriage of has made but little noise about his Mr Anderson Rice and Miss candidacy and we give him the Francis Lewis at Big Bethel on Thursday benefit of the above notices so Baptist Church Mr Rice is evening the 14th that his friends in the county may one of our first citizens and is in know that he is on the track He has good circumstances everything necessary at his new On Saturday last a collision home to make one happy May occurred between the fast passen- long life and happiness attend O R R them ger train over the C Rev G H Burks pastor of St which arrives here at 945 p m and a freight train It occurred Johns A M E Church officiated in his usual manner nine miles east of Louisville and Mr Monroe of Lexington fortunately did not result in loss has been elected as First Assistant of life A freight train was on Teacher of the State Normal the side track and a coal flat at the School located here end had not been pulled far The Ladies Exchange meets at enough on the switch The pas- the parsonage to night Come was going at the rate of 35 and help them senger miles an hour when the engine There will be a three days struck the coal car When the gleaning by the members of St engineer and fireman saw the Johns A M E Church to raise danger the air brakes were ap- Â¬ means to pay the debts of said and they jumped from church commencing on Thursday plied the cab The engine was badly evening 21st inst at U B F wrecked and the train was de Park corner of Clinton and Lewis layed about five hours before com streets also opening of the boxes ing to this city FRANKFORT ROUNDABOPT f 1SIOTTIQEI have boucl from Mrs Addle iurrett admin- Istratrlx of E wnitesiiies uecensea nis entire Interest In tbe HE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATV P LIGHT E CLAASSEN Â¬ LIGHT CLAASSEN Furniture vi Undertaking Â¬ BUSINESS And have Bold one half interest In my bnslness to PEJLCTIOAL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters -- W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be Â¬ DEALERS IN- - STATEN DEHONEY Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings c Closets Â¬ And the business will be continued at the old stand ol Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf J OS T STATEN Contract Work Mur Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed Choic Coal Cheap No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block 12 - - Frankfort Kentucky a LL KINDS for family use DOUBLE SCREENED Pronini Delivery Full weight Uottoin Trices Jno -- T1 Telephone connection No 36 Â¬ GEO B MACHIUIIT FRANKFORT Y STILL AHEAD WITH THE- - Â¬ Â¬ Largest Stock Ever brought to thiscity in CR COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Qucensware GlasswareLamps AND Hll ill Mil Iral 11 GENERAL HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions BhhHI Iiff fl HnBis The and Building Material Blacksmiths and Waeon Paints Oil Gls Â¬ Lime Cement Makers Material LABGEST STOCK STOVES GRATES Vases Brass Goods Goal Hods Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Broadway aud Lewis Streets FRANKFORT Feb- - KENTUCKY And at prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for get the place Â¬ 24 tf JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street Â¬ F TJ MAJOB -- HKl aHiMP 4 - MiiiW w m mm ATTORNEY AX LAW FRANKFORT KY PRACTICE IN WILL Fidnklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In tbe Court 01 Appeals and In the Federal Court Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor -- Manufacturer and Dealer in Â¬ Â¬ W1L CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law Saved the Baby STEAK ENGINE BOILERS r Among the Colored zens Citi- - BY PEPPER POD We were so overwhelmed with joy over the result of Wednesdays election that we could not write Feeling ourselves stockholders in the P G F R R we went almost a unit for the road and expect to do the same way on the first Monday in August for you know who We were met by a would be bulldozer on the streets a few days ago but we do not mind We that We are not uneasy feel safe while we are in the right and we expect to speak the truth and fear no danger with good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Many young babies have erupAND tions and sore throat sometimes DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED baffling the most skillful physician Frequently children suffer from Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing- and Repairing Promptly IN THE OF some inherited malady and the WILL PRACTICEtbe adjoining COURTS and Attended to counties and give special only and radical treatment of an will also of real estate attention to tbe purchase collection of rents claims and sale absolute and poweriui Diood puri- Â¬ and the negotiation of loans Office opposite Agent for ana fier can effect a cure again the court nouse T77 June S25 ly ailment may be from contagion Columbus Steam Pumps At any rate the safest plan is to 3 AS ANDREW 8COTT JAB A VIOLETT 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky FOR PRICE LIST ESEND at once eradicate all poison from VIOLETT SCOTT the blood no matter what the So wiselydid Mr C C cause H G Key one of the most cultured FRANKFORT KENTUCKY men and intelligent farmers of COURTS IN He writes WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up Alcora county Miss CAPITAL and adjacent counties stairs In the Duvall Building the following pointed testimony of Jan 22 tf his experience Â¬ Distillery Mill ano Agricultural Machinery Hal Estate Agnt ZBOIUjIEK iLTIjii OI3KS MATTERS will to all none and malice Feb 16 87 Gentlemen Last November my toward baby not then a year old had a MisjS Â¬ Corinth DR J S COLLINS ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET Hw0 Q jiJSjJ fxsnsiiasa TTrSSJK j Rev G H Burks was called away Thursday to attend the funeral of his aunt Sallie Wise at Lexington who died in Louis ville very suddenly with paraly- Â¬ sis Died July 8 James Butcher He leaves a host aged 75 years relaof children grandchildren tives and friends to mourn his loss Willie son of Tilley Died Owens aged 2 years The dance at the U B F entertainment on the 6th did not hurt or injure the churches very much only one Baptist deacon and a Methodist steward were made sick yes two Methodist Oh sisters had to act the monkey when they heard that old time tune Natchez Under the Hill The ministers and members of the Kentucky Annual Conference will hold a big Camp Meeting at High Bridge on the fifth and last Â¬ t got completely well bad breaking out on his hands and body accompanied by a very sore rWICE MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN V BROS Teeth extracted without ialn throat I gave him some S S S use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas by the which I happened to have When inarzo tl the family physician came and learned what I was givine the L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN child he told me to continue it as MACKLIU it was the best thing the baby COMPTON could take The doctor proved JROIKIhTOHS wise for in a short while the eruption disappeared and the throat Mills Â¬ DENTIST PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- AND ALSO- - HEsflKiiKi Tr Xr PHOTOCRAPHS Of 1 all Sizes at Reduced Price JUSJIMMiMMIMHIMMHMIMK Elkhorn Roller -- 1IAVK R ROGERS jBlffiliiiaB -- DEALER IN- - The Babies Cry for It And the old folks laugh when they find that the pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs is more THE FULL- - HOLLER SYSTEM AND MANOrACTUHK FURNITURECOFFINS dSiC COMPLETE LINE OF - easily taken and more Six of the best grades of the best beneficial in its action than bitter Flour made in the World nauseous medicines It is a most Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square valuable family remedy to act on the bowels to cleanse the system and to dispel colds headaches and I Manufactured only by the fevers F San California Fig Syrup Co NO C MEETS EVERY MON Francisco California CAPITAL LODGE Visiting brothers cordially Invited Gayle JAS MURRAY N U For Sale by Chapman Gents Furnishing Goods Jn Stock and nil Kinds of Shirts Made to Order A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN 0 0 Sec BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY oTREET FRANKFORT 42- - im J Williams April 17 tf R All the 1itee styie furniture constantly tn stock May 8 1 v feet Is offered for sule at a bargain For terms apply at tills office Feb26 tf A GOOD BUILDING LOT 60 BY 835 OR 310 fj-t- J BSti Jt tJ ili gJL A jiif i