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The Frankfort Roundabout QEORGEA LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X Communicated Frankfort Kw July 21 FRANKFORT tion bordering on Owen county One and a half miles of road would connect at Elmville with the Georgetown road Owenton This section and all in and beyond for miles would come here Three or four miles of road would connect at or near Morgadore and control the country beyond to Monterey All this country is friendly to Frankfort do not say we are a set of thieves and rob bers1 and will come and are anxious to get here- - I have talked about this connection for years and have been told by members of the court they were doing it as fast as they could Citizens of Franklin county look at the above showing I should say to Benson Bald Knob and Flat Creek if they pay all they are assessed it amounts onlv to 1535 35 There are two or three individuals in town that pay more taxes than all this sec- Â¬ tion put together besides Frank fort pays more than two thirds of the taxes and of course has to pay more than two thirds of the Â¬ Â¬ KY JULY 23 1887 Roundabout all to pieces Number 45 It beats hand bills 87 w V f w ft avoid giving any personal offense I may be more personal in this I but do not intend to offend call names but if any one will not in town or county becomes offended I wish to state in answer I do not intend it I have and will write plainly of things in the town and county as I view it things that not only I but every tax payer have an interest in things that the people have had but little say in We have six magisterial districts in the county two magistrates elected from each district who look after the finances of the county and are given unlimited-power by the people under the law to tax themselves the people for any amount annu- ally as they may see proper for the building and repairing of roads I c bridges court house jail have taken some pains recently to look into what these magistrates have been doing with our money appropriations If the county I iam largely above an average Lrecords are looked into andtlu tax payer hence I claim 1 have aggregate amount for the past the right to speak out in school twenty years that has been paid and claim my money has not been this section of the county is properly handled or distributed by found to be as is alleged the I claim one balance of the county will wonder these magistrates portion of the county for years and say why was it done I will has gotten the bulk of the money answer by saying this section votes appropriated to the detriment of solidly one way which ever way other portions of the county and they vote they have carried the the city I am on record for the county They have been cater-Â¬ past thirty years as to public im- Â¬ ed to by politicians and it is the provements have always advo- opinion of the people by the cated judicious taxation in Wood- county court This has been ford county where I was born and common talk to my certain know- Â¬ raised and in Franklin county ledge for years It is the comnot only in my own immediate mon talk of the county and the neighborhood but the county at people of the balance of the counlarge but not to give one portion ty have failed to overcome this an advantage over all other por- wonderful influence until recently tions and when they are overcome how This seems to have been the they kick and squirm action of our county court which With all kindness I tell them is composed of these twelve magis- Â¬ their day has been run I have trates and the county judge the no unkind feelings against them latter having the casting vote on I speak and write things that all questions when there is a tie should be looked into These How same people vote of the magistrates I learn want to this vote has been I do not know secede and set up a county of their nor do I care to know but it is a own because they one time fact I am reliably informed But failed to rule the county which if any one doubts the they will learn things would not records in the Clerks office will run quite so smoothly if by show that the three precincts themselves as they have now Benson Bald Knob and Flat That the railroad tax would be a Creek received in appropriations very small affair unless they used for 1887 1660516 or in other the State as they have been using words about eleven times as much this county I think they will as the amount of taxes they pay find their influence with the State I learn things have been going of very small magnitude And if the peoples money to these three they do not secede they will precincts in the same proportion find it the same way in this county for the past fifteen or twenty in the future I believe and know years Is this as it- - should be there are just as cltvei men in Have the tax payers been treated these preeincts as there are in any right Have other portions of the portion of the county but I be county been dealt fairly by lieve they have failed to under What other portion of the county stand or in other words failed to gets even as much as they pay to try to understand the proposition say nothing about eleven times as on the last railroad question have much We hear a great deal let some few individuals hum Â¬ about pauper counties in the moun bug them and got themselves tains What county can show keyed up to such a state of such a record as Benson Bald feeling that they would not allow Knob and Flat CJreek any one to even talk to them on There are clever men living all the subject I do not believe I do not there was one in five hundred of over these precincts wish to hurt the feelings of a them ever heard the proposition single human being but facts When speakers went to explain must be told Why should we to them they would not listen be taxed in this manner What but treatod them with contempt benefit will accrue to the town or This occurred in the Flat Creek county at large to have these ex Â¬ precinct and this stopped the cessive appropriations given to effort on the part of those favoring Who can show it the tax to explain to them this section What do we draw to Frankfort I myself a day or two before People of the election tried to explain to a from beyond this Franklin county look at it think crowd of fifteen or twenty on St about it Clair street every one of whom There is a portion of our county seemed to be wild on the subject that has been neglected the por I never spent as much talk to as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dear Roundabout In all my letters I have tried to little purpose in my life One of these men the evening of the election was in town and asked I me to explain about the tax replied you failed to listen before the election it was too late now the dog was dead Another told me he had examined the proposition after the election and it was not so bad after all I write all this to show this people where they have done wrong so in the future they may improve by their experience of the past and not listen to wild cat stories but to understand all questions before taking a stand and learn to keep step to be certain the position they take will hold water and not come to conclusions too hastily denouncing their neighbors as liars thieves and robbers when those neighbors have been feeding them with money honestly earned all their lives John E Miles Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Tobacco Market FUllNJhIIED UY OLOVEIt DUHKKTT TIIO riUETOKS LOUISVILLE TOIULCO WARE Â¬ HOUSE Dr S F Smith of Frankfort who is announced as a candidate for the Legislature is well and here His pais per the Truthful Witness like the Roundabout read by every family in the Ridge The Doctor does not believe in using whisky in elections nor yet in convict labor which being moral ly wrong can never be legally right All citizens who believe in prohibiting convict labor cannot do better than support the Doctor while they can easily do a great deal worse Little Ben Tracy earned six dollars working on our new turnpike which he promptly invested in a suit of clothes so the county has six dollars worth of work that is a lasting benefit Ben has a new suit of which he is proud and the clothing merchant has six dollars to buy cloth with This small matter contains a great lesson If convict labor had been used in constructing the pike the six dollars might have been saved the account standing as fol- Â¬ lows Ben T 0 Clothing house 0 Convict o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ favorably known Snles on ourinnrket for tho wesk just closed nmount to JoUfl hints with re eoipts for tho same period of 3100 htids Solo on our mnrket since Jnnunry 1st nmount to 7 tKU hhd Tho better grades of Burley have gained strength again this week 23fi was obtained for a hhd which is tho highest prico of the season The following quotations fairly repre sent our market for Burley Tobncco Dark Trash 150 to 650 Colory Trash r0 to i00 Common Lugs not colory fifiO to ilOO Colory Lugs 900 to 1300 Common Loaf not colory 900 to IlOO Good Leaf 1200 to 1800 Fine Leaf 1800 to 2350 vWe regret to- learn of the death of the infant daughter of Mr H D Harrod formerly of this coun ty but now of Caldwell Kansas which occured on Tuesday the 19th inst in that place Â¬ Pea Ridge Stock water scarce Very dry Gardens nearly burnt up Mr Doc Tracy of Anderson county is visiting here Mrs Susan Stucker is visiting her relatives friends and neigh- Â¬ bors here Quite a number of our young men are working with the steam wheat threshers Mr John Tracy and bride of Beech Ridge attended school and visited Mr Milton Tracy last Sunday Pea Ridge Sunday school picnic to day The officers and mem- Â¬ bers of the Salvation Army have been invited and have promised to attend The Salvation Army uniform appeared at the meeting here last Sunday Several of our young people are expecting their uniforms in a few days Mr Thomas Tracy is running a market wagon to Lexington Danville Tribune Tom says this is a mistake that he hasnt been to Lexington aint going and dont want to go Uncle Zekes letter was a scorcher Our people like to hear from Zeke especially when he is walloping his opponents Dont be too hard on them Uncle we have the victors and the van quished Dont let us have victims Our worthy school trustees have succeeded in engaging the services of Mrs R Cromie to teach our district school the next session With a plentiful supply of hickory sprouts growing near there is no reason why Pea Ridge Academy should not be a success if they are judiciously used Our Railroad Men is being played at a Louisville theatre This shows the great interest the people of other counties take in those progressive citizens who gave such a slashing majority for the railroad at our late election All their names deserve to be inscribed in letter of gold and preserved in the State archives A magic lantern and slight-of-hanentertainment was adver Â¬ tised to take place at the school house here last- Monday night Our people were in three divis 2d pre ions 1st at the S A paring for picnic to day 3d never heard of it The attend ance was slim but very orderly The moral is advertise in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Certain Cure of Poison Oak Gentlemen Three years ago I was poisoned with oak vine The poison broke out on my body and face One large bottle of S S S My case was entirely cured me a pefect test of the power of S S S as a blood purifier A friend of mine had been cured of a similar poison by S S Saving to Kentucky 0 S and it was through his recomWho is Uncle Sam who wants mendation that I took it So here are two certain cures of poi- Â¬ to educate our children Uncle Sam is a gentleman who son oak by Swifts Specific has fish ponds hundreds and pas- Yours truly Arthur W White tures thousands of miles long Cor Carroll and University Sts He is very rich and liberal Not Nashville Tenn Feb 2S S7 a bit quarrelsome though he can fight He never had a fight but it A Capitalists Case was a big one and he never failed to wallop his opponents Those Eli Mitchell is the wealthiest who know him best and espe- man in Corinth Miss He has cially those who tried to lick him been retired from active business have this opinion of him he is a for years His word has the great man and a good man and greatest influence in his commu- Â¬ its a pity he should ever quarrel He has long been a staunch nity The hardest fight Uncle Sam had advocate of S S S and here is was a family row and although he the cause of his great faith and came out as usual all right the his friendship for the medicine bill for damage broken glass Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga crockery and sticking plaster was I had had rheuma Â¬ Gentlemen so heavy that Sam said he would tism for twenty years in my arms never again engage in a family and shoulders and some time ago fight I underwent a course of S S S Convinced that ignorance caused taking a dozen or so bottles It the row he decided to educate entirely cured me and I very instead of beating the children cheerfully give this testimonial of but the most ignorant have refused its virtues in my case his kind offer of books teachers K S Mitchell and school houses Corinth Miss Feb 17 1SS7 This is how he stands at home Treatise on Blood and Skin How he stands abroad is neatly Diseases mailed free expressed as follows Th e Swi r Spec fic Co This auny you know is awfully small Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga Theres but very few men in the ranks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lint unless youre well fixed or spoiling for fujht You had better not bother the Yanks L EdlPTE GHTER Â¬ Â¬ Mr Robert Lee Onan and Miss SOUTH FRANKFORT KY Malissa Greenwell of Flat Creek precinct were married on Sunday morning at the residence of the AND- brides father Mr Elza Green well Rev J A Peters officiating These happy young people have PHARMACEUTISTS both arrived at the ripe age of fif A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF teen years and having made so good a start this early in life we OHEMIOALS wish them all happiness imagin Â¬ DRUGS MEDICINES able DRUGGISTS PEHFUMEIIY Mr William M Holeman son FANCY TOILET ARTICLES of the late W B Holeman of this city is a candidate to repre PHYSICIANS sent the Thirty seventh district composed of the Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh Wards City of Louisville in the State Carefully compounded Patent Medicine Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal Senate purposes Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS Pergonals Little Jolmnie Buckley is no better Mis Minnie Kent is visiting friends in Shelby connty Prof Mike Hogaity lias gone to Lexing Â¬ ton for a shot t trip Col Thos II Sherly of Louisville was in the cityTuelay Mr Win J Steele of Woodford was in town on Iluusday Judge W L Jctt U S Post office Inspector is in thccity Miss Minna Talbutt of Paris is visiting Mrs R M Atdiige Mr John E Jones left yesterday for the mountains on business MUs Roe Ciitteiulen left Tuesday for a visit to fiieudsin Lexington Mr Western Thomas has gone to San dusky Ohio on a visif to friends Miss Anna Lyons has returned from a stay of several months in Louisville Mr Robert Woolums of Spring Station was in the city the first of the week Mrs Mann and Miss Dimit of Austin Tex are visiting Mrs E L Samuel Mrs John W Payne and children returned Thursday from Drennon Springs Misses Annie and Deborah Starling of Henderson arc visiting Miss Katie Green Mr Jno S Grant who has been on business in Louisville has returned to this city Miss Laura Thomasson and sister of New Castle are visiting Mrs Guy Barrett Mr and Mrs Alfred Martin and child left Saturday for a visit to Cumberland Falls Misses Mary and Katie Van Arsdale of Harrodsburg are visiting Miss Lizzie Hud- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will visit Mr time Thomas parents for some voted the morning he left Frankfort Once more Â¬ we would like Mr Julius Luschcr son of Mr Sig to know who this other John L is Luscher has gone to Cincinnati to learn We certainly have proved that it the brewing business is not John L Scott of peach or- Â¬ Dr Carey B Blackburn of Louisville is chard fame A reward of five cents to know visiting his father cx Gov L P Black who the J L S is burn in this city Ignorance Misses Evan Stockdell and Mary Fra zier of Lexiucton who have been visiting The following is the score of the Miss Pauline Frazier returned home Wed Spring Hill Gun Club at the shoot nesday Messrs L Stanton and Dalton on Friday July 15 Ed the targets Arnold reached Texas in safety and write being a possible 25 Knoxville home that it is very little warmer there black birds 18 yards rise than here 21 15 G F Berry Mrs James M Jessee of Versailles who K Taylor 14 R P Pepper jr 19 JLPrice ha been visiting the family of Mr George R 16 10 J N Abrams Church Huffman for severall weeks left Tuesday L Cox 16 15 RMorris 12 18 E E Hutre for Louisville to reside J C Mastin 19 S R Smith 15 Thos Church Mis P H Wingate Mrs N J Sawyier Mr Geo F Berry wears the and her daughter Miss Mary Campbell left Monday for Kalmaroo Mich to spend medal a month witli relatives Mr Will J Dudley killed on Mrs M R Wayts and daughter Miss Maud left the 16th for the Linietta Springs Monday on his farm near this Mrs where they will spend several weeks city a white crane which measur- Â¬ Wayts going for her health ed from toe to beak 58 inches Messrs Chas McEnnis Chas Allen and and from tip to tip of wings 40 Siren Jensen left Saturday morning for It was one of the finest Frankfort Indiana where they have ob- inches tained employment for a year specimens ever seen in this sec Dr Lewis M Scott of Defoe Henry tion and he has sent the skin to county and Messrs Chas Greer Walter Cincinnati to have it mounted by and John Scott of Louisville spent Sunday in this city the guests of Misses Clara and a taxidermist Edith Stafford The Frankfort Heating Compa- Â¬ Mr Harry W Huthsing wife and two children of St Louis are visiting their ny commenced boring for natural relative Mr L B Warren of South gas on the farm of Mr James A Harry Huthsing is a well Murray just below the city on Frankfort son known commercial traveler Monday last and the drill has Messrs Frank Bull and Bert Johnson Mrs Jacob Swigert and daughter Mary have gone to Cincinnati for a short vaca- Â¬ Hendrick Misses Annie and Mamie Star been sunk to the depth of seventy tion It is to be hoped that ling of Henderson and Messrs Theo five feet Dr Edgar A Church and wife of Abi- Barrett and Spratt Bridges of Louisville they will strike gas and oil in pay Â¬ lene Texas are visiting relatives in this spent last Saturday in the city the guests of ing quanities and soon have it city Mrs Jas M Todd piped into the city B Lewis and daughter Miss Mrs A Alice hae returned from a visit to Louis Are you very hot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger still will be 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 during April 1887 speaks for itself Population Chicago Buffalo Business Property Highest Price per front Foot Cleveland Milwaukee 750000 240000 227000 165000 Detroit Minneapolis St Paul Kansas City Omaha Toledo Duluth 155000 140000 6000 3000 3500 1500 2000 2000 Residence Highest Adjoining Acreage per acre 700 350 500 200 300 300 140000 Indianapolis 105000 90000 78000 50000 20000 1200 3500 800 300 300 150 150 100 100 2000 5000 300 7000 2000 1500 3000 3000 3500 1200 1100 1000 5000 1000 1500 The Twin Cities St Fan and Minneapolis are only ten milea apart from cen Â¬ tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant spaoe 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 eaoh and the tide of immigration is ponring in faster than ever Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home in the territory immediately tributary to ST PAUL S immEHSE TRADE Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making ville Ladles it Master Ben and little Miss Annie Keenon are visiting relatives at Bank Lick Kenton county Mr Lee C Woodson and wife left Tues day for their home in Los Cruces New Mexico Communicated Frankfort Ky Â¬ July 20 1887 Mrs Craig of Danville who has been visiting Mrs E L Samuel left for home Saturday Mr John L Jones teturned Wednesday evening from a stay of several months in Kansas City Mr F A Case who was visiting Mr W L Wayts last week left for Georgetown on Saturday Mr C B Petit and family of New Or leans are expected here to day on a visit to relatives Judge W L Â¬ Jett and family returned Thursday afternoon from a two weeks stay at Drennon Springs Mr E W Hines returned on Monday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Bowling Green 111 Mr A B Hammond who his been very with flux the past week we are glad to Â¬ team is improving Master Geo W Lewis who has been vis iting relatives in this city leaves this even ting for Woodford county Mr J D Reed of Louisville but a former Frankfort boy has been heie this week on a visit to friends Miss Natalie Sawyier returned Saturday from a visit of several weeks to friends in Covington and Cincinnati Miss Sue G Bush who has been visiting her sister Mrs L M Martin in Cynthiana returned home Wednesday Capt Randolph Smith Mrs M E D Smith and Mrs O M Reynolds are inthe city the guests of Mrs R M Aldridge Mrs P B Hoge and daughter of Balti more Maryland are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Jordan on South Side Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Judge Holt and two children ry and Lizzie left Saturday to spend summer at Esculapia Springs Har the Â¬ hand and hand The only time he ever failed was when his peaches got ripe in one night He certainly was not as he would Mr Landon A Thomas jr and family to blame for that Thursday and have lost his entire crop if he had of Florida arrived here on of Lexington came Tuesday morning to attend the down funeral of his nephew Mr James Sheehan Mr John Sheehan Prof J D Pickett is at Louisa Ky at tending the opening of the Third Superior Court and District Normal Institute Misses Fannie Bullock and Mabel G er ring are spending the summer with Mrs Gill Satterwhite Woodford county Dr R H Loughridge and wife of South Carolina are visiting Columbia Prof E A Fcllmer and wife South Side Editoi Roundabout I see in the Frankfort papers stomach and perfectly safe in all that John L Scott is advertised to cases It is the most easily taken PlississippL lUe fieafl of on make speeches in Franklin county and pleasantly effective remedy to cure and prevent cos in behalf of the Democratic ticket known to dispel headaches And Now Mr Editor who is this tiveness only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the and strengthen State John L Scott Is he a new colds and fevers and bowels and Internew Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still and Has he been brought the kidneys liver comer is therefore a favorite remedy with larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are from a distance to make speeches B rapidly becoming the centre of the daily increasing anc for the unterrified If he intends ladies For sale in 50 cent and 100 bottles by to stump Franklin county in beChapman Gayle Co we would half of Buckner STOCK YSRD INDUSTRIES like to put out John L Scott to Children Column We know he is able answer him answer any and all questions to The following little story was There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent that the other John L may ask related to us with the request that All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city Our John L is a good one He we put it in the childrens column are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis is a true blue one that can be re- Â¬ A little boy rising earlier than adNo turn coat no lied on usual one morning for the first vancing backwards We can point time in his life saw the moon shin WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY with pride to Col J L Scott and ing by daylight After looking for the active part he took in 1861 some time at it he broke out into a By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material How he denounced the Democrats loud hearty laugh clapping his condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every as rebels traitors and every thing hands proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that now upon the that was vile in the sight of man the witness changes more hearing him came moreera of prosperitythose whioh havecity is to made it the wonder andastounding and His mother already admiration of satisfying than God So ardent a Union man to the door and asked and what is all whose good fortune it has been to visit the oity and in a measure become ac Â¬ L S that he was nomi- Â¬ the matter Bobby was our J quainted with her institutions nated and elected Commonwealths We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have Oh mamma such a good joke either been sold out at a large profit in some cases It has on God attorney for this district been said he made money out of Why what do you mean that office He had that right Why God has gone off and Our John L made a speech at the Capital Hotel the day the news leu uic iiiuuu uul At a recent school exhibition a arrived at this place when General What does God Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate Judgment Buckner surrendered Fort Donel preacher asked son If there ever was a man de- Â¬ give to guide every ones daily here is sure to net the owner from Of course he thought the nounced it was General Buckner life ANNTTM TO rascal thief scholars would say the Bible con- Â¬ scoundrel traitor c but one little fellow said in speaking of science and he further Simon Girty some one said if he shouted out common sense ODIN Q CLAY ROBT B FRANKLIN had a sheep killing dog he would A little girl in school recently not kill him but name him Simon gave gandress as the feminine of Girty our John L said if he had gander a yellow dog that killed sheep he THE BIG HEADED BOV would pen him up half starve him Oh the big headed boy who knows more and call him Simon Bolivar Buck- In delicate health needing a The Third Railroad Centre in the United States gentle yet effective laxative will find the California liquid fruit Sault Ste Marie remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing The completion this year of the Minneapolis independent of and Atlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York Chicago and will put to the taste acceptable to the it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast pt nation tie Â¬ M FUG Â¬ Â¬ TMee 26 Wren 100 Per Cent Per Dipt m FIR CXHT FXR Â¬ ner Our John L used to take a particular delight in giving John C from the jump Breckinridge h You all remember his speeches denouncing every thing that was Democratic and the South as he remarked often that they went Â¬ 1 than his pa And gives advice free to his ignorant old ma Oh the goddess of wisdom smiles blandly and coy On the deep spacious brow of the big headed hoy GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING Oh the big headed boy what a darkness and dearth Should the light of his knowledge be quenched from the earth How we should be left in the darkness of doubt As Moses was left when the light went out That the world wabble on without further annoy May he live to direct it the big headed boy REFERENCES BY PERMISSION Farmers Bank of Kentucky National Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort State Bank of Virginia Branch Bank of Kentucky Planters National Bank Ky Richmond Va Frankfort The Bank of Minnesota may 28 iy St Paul Minn 3 Religious Frankfort Consistory No 35 Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rev G F Bagby will be at Rite Masons Cemeau was in- home and will occupy his pulpit stituted in this city on Monday at the Baptist Church to morrow at evening by Sovereign Grand Comoclock a m As to night mander I S Gorgas 330 M D service due announcement will be of Baltimore Md assisted by M made at that time W Bay less 330 Deputy InspecThe meeting at Mt Pleasant tor General of Washington D Church this county conducted C John S Hopkins 330 of Bal- by the pastor Rev F W Mortimore Md and Chas F Hill gan assisted by Rev G F 330 of Louisville Â¬ REAL ESTATE Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following officers were elected Command- Jas M Safiell 33 er in Chief J R Stafford 330 First Lieutenant Commander Second Frank V Gray 32 Lieutenant Commander Wm Cromwell 320 Grand Ora - TfP sm 3 A given this season took place on Saturday last at Rockdale school About one house this county thousand people were in at- Â¬ tendance and so bountiful was the supply of eatables that as many more could have been fed which was due to the splendid manage ment of Esquire T N Sullivan An address was delivered by Col John L Scott of this city and essays were read by Misses Annie and Maggie Innis and several short speecres were made by tor V A Kaltenbrun 320 Grand Treasurer W S Dehoney 320 Grand A Card Secretary The membership numbers 36 To the voteis of Ftanklin county As I am engaged in the pracSublime Princes of the Royal tice of medicine I have not made Secrets 320 a canvass of the County and now One of the most pleasant and adopt this mode of informing my friends that I will have some one successful Sunday school picnics at each voting place to supply them with tickets on election day I have no money or whisky to give any voter but if the majority of the voters of the county wish me to represent them in the next General Assembly I will do it to the best of my ability Respect- Â¬ fully S F Smith Frankfort Ky July 23 2t Bagby has resulted in seven addi- Â¬ tions by experience and baptism up to this writing Rev Dr J McCluskey Blayney willoccupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at 11 o clock Ihere will be no evening service Rev Dr G C Kelly will preach at the Methodist Church to morrow at 11 oclock a m No service at night 20 an acre in less than ten years Over Condensed History of Western six hundred houses were built in one town Towns LAST YEAR a simple land mark on the during the building season just closed on the Union Pacific Railroad the direct Large sections of land in Western Kansas open prarie route from KansasCity to Denver 218 miles I which starved their settlers five xears ago NEXT YEAR from 3000 to 4000 popu Â¬ from Kansas City and 422 miles from Den are now productive as lation and increasing daily People full of any in the State and ver picturesquely situated overlooking the are being settled rapidly Handsome Kansas City energy and all making money wcoded banks of Smoky Hill river in the Star streets and public buildings Permanent center of the grandest wheat corn and improvements everywhere grass country in the world destined to be the Springfield O June 18 1887 Cole Â¬ KAIOPQLIS LAID Co Louisville Jty Yours of June man great railroad commercial and manufactur Â¬ The history of all Kansas 17 at hand ing center of Kansas because of its natural OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO towns is 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 The Kan Â¬ in September the indications are that we olis Fort Scott and Wichita Railioad will who will locate at Kanopolis 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 co operate with you in will put Kanopolis in close connection with site of Kanopolis and sufficient land adjoin Â¬ every way and you may rely upon it that the immense coal iron and timber fields of ing for a city of one hundred and fifty to for some time to come all money received Southeastern KansasSoutherniMissouri and two hundred thousand inhabitants hence from the sale of lots will be used in secur Â¬ 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 rapidly as possible KANOPOLIS LAND CO J S Crowell Secretary north south east and west across the State this the leading city of Kansas and believe Â¬ Scarcely one year old it has 600 in Â¬ the best and quickest method is to encourage manufacturing hence habitants seven factories and thirteen KANOPOLIS KANOPOLIS M EH MANUFACTURERS Â¬ a other gentlemen in attendance One hundred and twenty five dollars was realized for a fund to en large a new school house being erected so that it can also be used Â¬ for church purposes iL The Nashville Jubilee Singers gave one of their splendid concerts at the Opera House on Friday night We regret to say that A Great Movement there was but a very meager According to the statistical recrowd present to enjoy the music port of the Sunday schools in the John Dunlap a little colored It is a shame that such a good ex- United States rendered at the late boy son of Jack Dunlap who hibition and for so good a cause International Convention held in should not have been better patron- Chicago there has been an infires the furnace at Dunnigan Nicols saw mill was bathing in ized Those who were there ex- crease in the scholar membership in the the river on Saturday morning press themselves in terms of gen- of all the Sunday schools It U S since 1884 of 365645 erous admiration The small atnear the mill of Messrs Rule is interesting to know by what Co when he dived down and in tendance was in a great measure agencies this increase has been secoming up had mistaken the dis- due to the fact that the weather cured for it shows that a great tance and was caught under some was so intensely hot and that the missionary work has been done to The postponed meeting of the Frank- brine an army of 365000 into rafts of logs and drowned active membership with our little fellow was about twelve fort Literary Society was held at schools No more important the Court house on the same even work can be conceived of for it years old ing has to do with the destiny of our Mr James Sheehan son of ex country Innocence entire A small case of Jailer Dan Sheehan died at the The three last Annual reports of residence of his grandmother Mrs Abroad was exhibited on our the American Sunday School One of the Union the old undenominational streets yesterday Kennedy on Monday evening of chilconsumption aged about nineteen many self appointing bosses of the Society that cares for the are provided for by no dren who Young Sheehan was a new St Clair street sewer was one else show that since 1884 it years steady industrious and clever very conspicuous Dy reason 01 a has brought 185034 children into young man He was buried from large tag attached to his back 4947 new Sunday schools a numthe Church of the Good Shepherd bearing an inscription as follows ber equal to 5000 more than one He was in blissful half of all the increase reported as For Sail To his afflicted fam on Tuesday having been secured by this and ily we tender our sincere condo- ignorance of his prominence all other agencies during these lence The Hibernia arrived Thursday three years But this American School Union did more Dr W I Kelly will be at the evening with good freight Went Sunday this it aided 4825 other than Capital Hotel on Saturday July to Cicero took on a large lot of schools which have 46774 teachLet all his patients bear this wheat for Madison and returned ers and 515714 scholars so that 30 in these three years it reached to Louisville Friday morning in mind Â¬ We have been informed that a petition is being circulated in this city asking in accordance with the expressed wish of the people inter ested that the precincts of Bald Knob Benson and Flat Creek be allowed to secede from this county and formed into another county It is also affirmed that the balance of the county could well afford to aid the movement by appropriating 10000 for one year and thus stop the annual drain upon the county treasury in the shape of 15000 appropriations Messrs Glover Durrett proprietors of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse have taken the trouble to ascertain by circulars sent out the extent of the growing tobacco crop as compared with the crop of last year and from 14267 replies received it is learned that the acreage this year in the tobacco growing districts of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Missouri Illi- Â¬ nois and the burley district of Ohio is but 38913 against 107 Ninety three re- Â¬ 461 last year plies from this county place the acreage this year at 418 against 1057 las year The planter who succeeds in raising a good crop this year will rake in the ducats Â¬ next spring m The most prosperous States are those where Agriculture and Manufacturing are side by side and Kansas considering her age excels all other States in the Union in agricultural produce The time is soon coming when she wiil surpass every other State in this particular The Raw Mate Western Kansas rials Coal Wood Iron Lead Zinc etc are near at hand and hundreds of articles Kanopolis the Coming City That Kanopolis is the coming city and can be made as cheaply or cheaper here will eventually prove to be the great cen than in Eastern States and will bring far better prices h tral city of Kansas no one can doubt The State of Kansas although in its knows the members of the Kanopolis Land They are all business men of infancy raises Company OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY MILLION experience accustomed to success and DOLLARS WORTH OF PRODUCE AN when they take bold of an enterprise it is NUALLY TO EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF MANUFACTURED to win Kanapolis will not wait years for GOODS the natural increase of population to bring This sum will be quadrupled before it into notice as hundreds of other cities have done She has natural advantages many years and factories located at Kanoand railroads which other places have had polis will be in the center of the best agri in the Union and so much to wait for She is destined to be the future cultural State closer to the market where their goods are metropolis of the grandest State in the Union and she intends the world shall in great demand that the difference in More then this the Kanopolis freight would be a good profit know it More people have become wealthy by Land Company will give land and extend the increase in value of real estate than in other aid to manufacturers to induce them any other way Everybody admits there to locate here will be a large city in Central Kansas It is estimated that 2500 emigrants are settled in Kansas every day The Union Will it be the town where enterprise is unPacific and Santa Fe roads run crowded known or will it be the town alive and nuftLf tr itc hvhi v inturAeO Pjaienn Ulu nnA v trains Five years ago a man established judgment say the pushing enterprising himself as a druggist in a Kansas His stock consisted of about 70 town will win Kanopolis is thoroughly town He took Gov- Â¬ organized for constant persistent effort worth of patent medicines ernment land to the extent of half a section and is backed by abundant capital Wise at a mere nominal expense A few weeks men invest where conditions are favorable Kanopolis excels all ago he sold half of his half section which for rapid growth 280 for 80000 He is now a otheAowns in this respect cost him The Growth of Kansas wealthy citizen in a flourishing city and In i860 the true valuation of the propSuch in town lots owns a quarter section instances are by no means rare in Kansas erty in Kansas aggregated only 31327- Other towns are growing as this one grew 000 in 1870 it aggregated 185892000 Lands now worth 3 an acre will be worth and in 1880 it reached 575000000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all doing well and the finest and largest hotel in Central Kansas During 18S6 fifty million dollars were in Â¬ vested in Kansas by men seeking homes and those desiring to make valuable invest The greater part of this emigration ments came to central Kansas and west of Kanop- Â¬ olis and is an indication of the vast possi Â¬ bilities open to a city that will prove herself worthy to handle the trade of Central and stores Liberal and Substantial Aid will be Given to those who will Estab lish Factories Mills etc at Kanopolis Â¬ Officers Directors -- Members Go OF THE- - Kanopolis Lana Look Them Up In Dun Bradstreet Ross Mitchell President Capitialist of Springfield Ohio F M Bookwalter Vice President with Company Springfield Ohio Jas Leflel J II Thomas Treasurer of J II Thomas Sons Springfield Ohio Hon J Warren Keilfer ex Speaker II R Attorney Springfield Ohio J S Crowell Secretary of Mast Crow Â¬ ell Kirkpatrick Springfield Ohio H C Cross President of First National Bank Emporia Kansas F Holford Capitalist Springfield Ohio M D Harter Treasurer of the Aultman Taylor Co Mansfield Ohio H Coleman Jr Capitalist St Louis Mo J W Phillips Real Estate and Loan Agent Kanopolis Kansas Wm Martindale Capitalist Emporia Kansas G D Harter President of Aultman Co and FirstJNational Bank Canton Ohio D E Barnum Stenographer Springfield Ohio S C Thompson Capitalist R Thompson Capitalist New York City VV Cincinnati Ohio R A Worthington with Mast Crowell Kirkpatrick Springfield Ohio II C Whitley Emporia Kansas For Town Plat of Kanopolis Map of Kansas Price of Lots and fuller particu lars call on or address Â¬ CHAo F EXUM 106 ST CLAIB STREET FRANKFORT KY America for which there is most urgent need Any who would like to read its last annual report or aid its work by gift of funds may send to Rev J H McCullaugh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sunday-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Sunday schools and 700748 children and youth and then reaided and revisited these schools 9245 times besides making 92584 visits to families supplying 45019 destitute persons with the scriptures and holding 27247 religious meet- Â¬ ings That there is great need for more of just such work in our country is evident from the fact that according to the International Secretarys report there are but 8034478 scholars in all the Sunday-schools in the United Statereport to this convention that which the chairman of the Executive Committee said was five per If five per cent cent too small were added we have 8436101 scholars in all our Sunday schools But the statement was made that 20 per cent should be deducted for those over 2 1 and under six years of age and those who attend more than one school and are counted twice which deducted would leave 6748961 children and youth of school age in all our Sunday schools while there are at least Q000000 more children of that age in our country and very likely most of them attend no Â¬ - 9872 communities Â¬ IsTOTIOE from the firm of Wakelleld A West all debts duo the linn ure iayube to inu and all parties nro requested to come forward and settle at once as I desire to close up the business of trig tlrm JulySMru ISAAC T WEST HAVING RETIHED J M WAKEFIELD FOR SALE THE street uud the Louisville Turnpike In South Fniukfort us follows 1 The house mid lot now occupied by S C Bull 2 The house and lot north of and adjoining col Sublettti lot 3 The vacant lot adjoining the last named lot For particulars Inquire of Or Sam James or May 28 2ni JOHN B LINDSEY HOUSES AND Â¬ LOTS FRONTING ON NEW TRANSFER LINE 25 cents passenger and valise or satchel 35 cents possengegundl trunk 60 cents 2 trunks passenger and 50 cents 2 passengers audi trunk GO cents 2 pussengers and 2 trunks Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged Scents In addition to above Where there ure several children charges will be reasonable Baggage will be transferred la wagon Fishing parties picnics Ac will receive prompt attention at reasonable rates Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange Holmes llallorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of llce and A H Waggoners Grocery Store on 1 1 1 Â¬ Truly the American Sunday school Union is doing a great work for present and future Broadway Telephone 81 Curpn Orders may also be left at LeCompte Drug Store tors South Side May 28 Sm W B LUCKKTT Wr 7 4 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the- post ofllce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Death of Mrs Annie I Tay Â¬ Dcatli of Francis N Mitch Â¬ ell Esq lor Death in all his forms is a gloomy object to contemplate But how doubly sad does it appear in this instance Mrs Taylor was the mother of an interesting family of bright intelligent little ones numbering four She was the idol of her husband and the center of a large circle of loving friends Stricken down in the prime of her young womanhood and in the midst of her usefulness and seem- ing indispensableness to her family When the finite mind looks only with the eye of sense at these things it rebels at the stern decree and raises the objecting hand He to ward off the blow But begin- Â¬ who sees the end from the knows what is best and ning carries out his designs even though the hearts of loved ones bleed and the orphans bitter cries ascend to heaven Mrs Taylor was the daughter of the late Dr E H Watson and She was Mrs Maria C Watson in the 3yth year of her age Was married to Capt E H Taylor in Became a member of the 1874 Presbyterian Church in this city in She was a devoted mother 1863 an affectionate and loving wife a genial friend in the social circle and lastly an humble earnest Christian She was sick only a few short hours on Sunday last but the grim king could not daunt the ear- Â¬ nest spirit that knew in whom she had put her trust Quietly she went to sleep in the arms of the blessed Savior knowing that she would meet her loved ones beyond the river where no cruel partings should ever come The funeral services were conducted by her pastor Dr Blayney on Monday To the stricken husband sisters and mother brothers friends we tender our sympathy in their great affliction God grant that the Great Com- Â¬ even as forter may comfort them a mother comforteth her child Â¬ GBORGE A LEWIS EcLitor emd FRANKFORT F obllslier JULY 23 1887 Our heart was chilled and saddened on Tuesday last upon re ceiving a letter giving us the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHITE HALL WAS NEVER BEFORE FILLED WITH SUCH A how different things become on Sunday from the other six days of the week Take for instance a fine young man On Monday he can go to the ccurt house with a thousand other men and sit pa- Â¬ tiently through a two hours speech and yell like an Indian at anything that seems to strike him as a good point made on the fellows of the opposing party and it dont mat ter how hot it gets hes there all the same But let such a Sunday as the last we had come and that same young man will be like a wilted leaf If he happens to go to church and the minister tells the story of redeeming love and dwells on it longer than twenty or thirty minutes he is awfully bored and fumes and frets inwardly all the time And if he dont go which is more than likely he in answer to inquiry of a friend says Oh my dear fellow it was too confoundedly hot to stir out from home so I just stayed there and tried to keep cool And then the ladies why they could not possibly stand the heat at that time of the day or evening It was perfectly awful Dont But let her best you think so fellow come along and she will go with him on Monday night to a crowded ball room or opera house and remain there fourt or five hours and it will be perfectly splendid 01 temporal 0 mores is wonderful broad-shouldered It Â¬ strange thing that people who have so little at stake are those who make more fuss about certain matters than those who have to bear the greater burden An illustration is just to hand It is a fact that there are three pre- Â¬ cincts in this county whose total amount of taxes not even leaving outexhonerations are only 1535 Those same precincts will draw from the county treasury this year 16000 for turnpikes paupers Now four fifths of all this c large sum comes out of the assessment of the city of Frankfort These three precincts just stood on their ears and howled when Frankfort asked that even so small a slice of the pie as they would have to contribute to be given to her when she has never grunted when the thousands that go to these libetall precincts have been voted It reminds us of the old fellow who imagined he was sick and got his wife to make him a dozen apple dumplings He had eaten eleven and his little son who had stood off with watering mouth stepped up and asked for the last Go one The old fellow said way sonny daddy sick Truly these precincts ought to have a new county and a good slice of the earth provided some Â¬ body else paid the fiddler is a Â¬ It mournful intelligence that this bril OF1 liant and genial young lawyer had passed over the silent river Frank Mitchell was the son of the late Wm Mitchell and Frances And prices were never so low Buyers have the advantage in our house A Mitchell nee Lewis of Madi- Â¬ of seeing bo many Roods before they buy and dont have to He was son county Mississippi take the choice between one or two things born near Jackson Miss in 1850 We 8how nl1 8izes- We flt ft 1Ittle fellow 4 vear8 old flt the biggest tallest and shortest man in JJL After attending the best schools the country Prices from 200 to 2000 a suit the State of Mississippi afforded We have all widths Stock fresh and clean he came to this State and pursued IN SHOES his law studies under the tuition of 11N HATS Anything and everything for men and boys the late Hons M C Johnson and --A-IuILj IFOIEe B Huston graduating in the J And we can sell lower than the lowest for cash LOOK HERE before you buy Law Department of Kentucky STARKS ORUTOHER University in the class with J Main Soule Smith some fifteen years since He was the very soul of honor brilliant witty and joyous and became the center of a large circle of happy and intellectual friends Returning to Mississippi he com- Â¬ menced the practice of his profession under very flattering auspices His mother and brothers having removed to Texas at their urgent solicitation he removed to that State and settled at Waco where he at once attained prominence DO and success He was at the time of his death July 10 enjoying a We cant give you that but we will give you the best very large and laborious practice in the city 300 Gents Shoe for U About three months since his H II 250 II II 200 health began to give way and he II II 250 Ladies Kid Boot for o HI II It l was urged by his physician and friends to take a much needed rest OTHER OOO DS IN PROPORTION but he would not consent to neg- Â¬ lect his business and the usual ZE3C result followed nature refused longer to bear the strain and in A large stock and prices to suit the times Â¬ the midst of his career of usefulness he was forced to succumb to the grim monster He leaves a wife and four chil- Â¬ J C MASTIN G H MASTIN dren an aged mother brothers and sister besides a host of rela- Â¬ tives and friends to mourn his un- Â¬ DEALERS IX- timely death He was the nephew of Rev Dr J M Lewis and first Farming Field Seeds Buggies wagons cousin to the editors of this paper We drop a tear on the far away C Agent for the 231 Main St HARD VV ARE loved and admired grave of our The residence of Mr F M kinsman May the tender love of Gel bted MeConnick Banestisg Machine Cos Binders Reapers Mowers Conway five miles from this city the Great Comforter be the solace on the Flat Creek pike was de- Â¬ of the afflicted ones in their sad WE KEEP IN STOCK stroyed by fire Monday morning bereavement OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES The house and at three oclock all its contents was consumed Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes family barely escaping in their the Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads Mr Conway had night clothes Binder Twine and everything needed by Farmers CHICKEN 1380 in cash in the house which Prices on all implements guaranteed to be as low as same can be bought anywhere He was com- Â¬ was also destroyed Cholera Cure pelled to come to town barefooted Deposit Bank of Frankfort with a borrowed hat on to proThere will be a special meeting of the cure clothing for his family It is Stockholders of the Deposit liankof Frank- Â¬ One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ supposed to have been set on fire fort held at its office in this city on Satur dences in South Frankfort day July 23 1887 between the hours of There was 700 insurance on the 10 a m and 12 in to vote upon the acW H HALL FOR SALE ceptance or rejection ol the provisions of DRhouse and and lot OFFERScorner of Cross HIS house and furniture on the und MAMMOTH STOCK Clothing Shoes Hats - c mrj rilTJ TTr nJLlVJ BOUGHT OSH Street Â¬ YOU WANT THE EARTH I I 11 11 HI AulSI HATS TSI R K MCCLURE -- MASTIN BROS intMs G AITTEH5 s Â¬ FOR j3ale Dr W U HALL Â¬ Â¬ Sunday was one of the hottest days ever felt in this section Col E C Went reports the following as the temperature shown by his thermometer At 240 p m j 1004 at 330 p m ioi8c Those who had cellars on the South Side went into them to cool off extinguished Hon Asa P Grover for several terms a State Senator from the Owen district died at his home in on Wednesday in Georgetown Col the 69th year of his age Grover was a clever social gentle- Â¬ man whom we knew well and Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholnumbered among our friends era It is more fatal to chickens than Hon Thos L Jones of New- Â¬ all other diseases combined But the port Ky died at his home in that discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be concity on Wednesday after a long vinced of its efficacy only requires a illness Col Jones was a man o trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guar- Â¬ fine appearance and was at one one hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of time very prominent in State a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly affairs He was in the 69th year of satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned his age and your money will be refunded The alarm of fire on Thursday FOR SALE BY afternoon was occasioned by a Carpenter slight blaze at the saw mill of Mr LeCompte M Wakefield which was easily J SOUTH SIDE DEUGGISTS Â¬ an act entitled An Act to amend the revenue laws of the Common wealth of so far as the same affects the Kentucky taxation of banks and bank capital H H Watson Cashier ft Main streets The lot contains about two acres and the house Is In good repair There are apple peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell roses and u green house planted with roses and heated with Mtchtngs Improved hot water apparatus Feb-20-l- Frankfort Ky June 29 1887 4t TERMS EASY Apply to y fiALESMEH -- ZFOZE E JVO SIM BUGGIES SURRYS AT SALE HARNESS Â¬ To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock Good salary and Expenses or Commission Per Â¬ mm ran teed Address at manent employment SNELL A ROWLAND once statins age JulyU 2in Nursernien St Louis Mo s7s7AfcTTED r THE N EARLY OPPOSITECarriageFARMERS BANK Frankfort Ky work renalied ami painted J j QUIN Apr IW111 LEWIS STREET FARM FOR SALE THE FINE HOLSTEIN FRIE5IAN BULL Aggie I Jessies Netheiiand TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT of 111 health I offer my farm of lia acres lying on the Lawreneeburg pike three miles from July23 ly at my farm on Owen turnpike one mile from Frankfort Aggie Jessies Netherland II F II vol 1 No su7 comes tromtnoot the best families of FIRM OF O It CRUTCIIER V CO race wlioie leemd both for milk ami butter THE his 1 grocers Frankfort Kentucky Is Is as good as that of any breed or family ot cattle dissolved by mutual consent Mr Ionian this day letlring known lie Is ot line size ami well Plumed and Is O R Crutcher assumes all In excellent condition Terms for the season will collect all accounts due the liabilities O and m of R the lb 5 due at time of sen Ice O R CRUTCIIER Crutehor A Co LR MARSHALL WM JORDAN July D tf Apt II 80 3HI 18b7 TO SERVE A LIM WILL UK PERMITTED during the beason of V ted number ot cows Fiauktott lor sale privately at a bargain J E IAHRENT June 11 tf 8t lTOTIc I- - 5 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 23 1887 To the Readers of the Roundabout The Temperature Â¬ Great Reduction In prices on dry goods notions and gents furnishing goods We have determined to reduce our stock and the only way to do so is to mark them down and this we have done You can buy any goods in our store at greatly re Call and see what duced prices we have and we will give you some great bargains 45 Smoke the White Wing Cigar at 37 Gm LeCompte fc Carpenters Gen D W Lindsey and Judge Wm Lindsay will address the people of Scott county at Stamp- Â¬ ing Ground this afternoon in the interest of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort railroad The an- Â¬ nouncement last week was too previous Â¬ You are most respectfully in formed that as the agent for the celebrated musical emporium of I have esCo D H Baldwin tablished my headquarters at the furniture store of Staten De honey No 218 St Clair street Frankfort Ky where I will keep a sample of first class musical in- Â¬ struments and most cordially invite all who want a piano or an organ to call and examine the same and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere Â¬ Â¬ The young and frolicsome clerk of the weather on the Capitol square has kinder lost his grip and the mercury has been trying to crawl out of the top of the machine as witness the following Sunday July 17 Monday July 18 Tuesday July I9 Wednesday July 20 Thursday July 21 1018 For Rent The store in Odd Fel Â¬ lows Temple now occupied by Sam D Johnson Co Possession given June 1st 1887 Apply to E A Fkllmer Â¬ Cin Corporate Committee Â¬ Laces Laces Medicia Laces lOIi3 987 la Weitzel ODonnell 15 Wm M Culter Agent Ladies scissors curving knives at the hardware house of 43 Gray Church Blackburn turned his beautiful Jersey cows in the Capital yard there was no serious ground of complaint but when Col J Allen Crittenden makes a frontispiece to our handsome Capitol building of that little grey pony our State pride revolts Our genial and clever young friend Richard Godson Esq of the Midway Clipper was in the city on Thursday and made us a pleasant call Success to you Dick The New Era Clothes Washer is going out fast People are delighted with them See Gray Church 43 When Gov There is a merchant on St Clair street in this city who ex cells in politeness the father of his country who would not be outdone in that direction even by a Â¬ Our friend is so exceedingly polite that he not only includes the colored people but embraces in his polite horo- Â¬ scope the fowls of the air He totes the euphonious cognomen of As he was returning Joe home the other evening a neigh- Â¬ bors parrot saluted him with good evening and taking off his hat he made a profound bow in returning the salutation colored man For pocket table and butcher knives you can have a large stock to select from at low prices at 43 Gray Churchs A report has been rife in this community for the past week that our townsmen J A Scott and B G Williams with others are charged with a breach of the peace by assaulting Georgia Huffman Laura McKee and Lucy Bell The facts as we are credibly informed are that Messrs Scott and Williams were at the Forks of Elkhorn by accident having been delayed in Scott county on a matter of business and arrived at the Forks about We have the best 50 cents and 930 oclock p m on their re 75 cents and corset ever sold turn home in the city WEITZEL ODONNELL That while those gentlemen 45 m were there the boys of the neighThe Knights of Pythias of borhood concluded to give some Louisville propose to have a grand lewd women who had made themblow out on Thursday July 28 selves disagreeable to the neighunder the supervision and control borhood by the frequency of their of Mystic Division No 12 which visits and by general misconduct is a new Division and this enterand who were then out beyond is in the nature of an the Forks on some mysterious tainment inaugural picnic It is expected mission a ducking Upon their Division will visit return the boys stopped their that Frankfort them on that day and a special ex horse and took them from the is arranged for that buKy intending to put them in cursion being Chancellor Commander the creese but they cried begged purpose A P Mills of Mystic Division and swore until they were permithas been in the city on a visit to ted to return to their buggy and the Frankfort Knights looking to leave with the admonition that this end they were never to return For paints oils brushes and glass Mr Williams and Mr Scott at hard time prices ee Gray it both emphatically deny that they 43 actively engaged in the affair but Church hardware merchants were simply present and that by For cheap sugars call on J accident Hceney South Side 44 Â¬ Â¬ Old Aunt Mary Lee slave of the late Ben F of this city died at her Preston street Louisville urday night aged about dred and five years and 1 about the oldest person in attend- Â¬ WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 ance upon the centennial celebra- Â¬ Notice tion in this city on October 6th All those knowing themselves 1886 indebted to the firm of Wakefield coolers and ice cream freez- Â¬ Water West are requested to come Gray Churchs forward and settle their accounts ers at cost at 43 either by the cash or notes at m The business of the firm o once wee drap There is a must be settled immediately and blood on the moon between ye if necessary placed in the hands ancient State official known as of a lawyer J M Wakefield TJncle Dicktate and the weather 45 2t clerk and prognosticator of the ed- Â¬ All of our white dress goods ucational bureau whereof ye ini- Â¬ consisting of India linens Paris tials are E C W That ruby muslins and check and stripe eyed trilobite and the Probasco muslin will be closed out at very fountain concert being the mov- Â¬ low prices WEITZEL ODONNELL 49 ing cause m Mr W M Bristow of this The inaugural meeting of the county has left on our table a lot Frankfort Literary Society held at the Court House on Friday of fifteen Irish potatoes which evening was a perfect success will average five inches in length Pretty notwithstanding the warm weather and three inches through good sized potatoes for a dry A good audience was in attend- Â¬ ance and the exercises were inter- Â¬ season esting The programme consisted We have marked down all goods of an address by Judge Wm in our store and if you want cheap Lindsay an essay upon The goods call and see us WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 New Theology by Rev G C Kelly a debate between Messrs Judge Wm Lindsay went to Wm Cromwell L F Johnson Georgetown on Monday it being and Hal Corbett upon the ques- Â¬ County Court day and addressed tion Should Convicts be worked the people of Scott in favor of the outside the Penitentiary the two P G F R R There was a affirmative and the large crowd present and his refirst taking the latter the negative side of the marks were enthusiastically receivquestion Mr Robert Burns Wil- Â¬ ed After Judge Lindsay had son read two of his poems from concluded his remarks Capt J the Century Magazine and then M Thomas of Paris addressed Col Thos B Ford read his crit- Â¬ the audience in favor of the road icism in rhyme The exercises Both gentlemen made a good with vocal solos impression were interspersed by Mr Will Hefther Miss Belle Gents come and look at our Sanders and Miss Clara Stafford plaited front iaundried shirt at 1 Prof Wayland Graham presiding It can not be bought in the city The next meeting for less than 125 at the organ WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 will be held on the evening of the 1 8th of August at the Court- Â¬ Miss Mattie Berryman was mar- Â¬ house ried to Mr D A McAfee of Â¬ Â¬ Call and see our cheap line of spiration rolled from his brawny ladies childrens and misses hose limbs and marble brow and his Weitzel ODonnell 45 a former biled shirt was a thing of the past Johnson For Sale and altogether he was a miserable home on wreck A new frame house No 520 on Sat- Â¬ upper Main street seven rooms We have some elegant kid one hun- Â¬ Thos J Hutchison gloves in all colors for 75 cents She was Just here our reporter became 306 yards of plaid mull thoroughly disgusted as all his a yard worth 25 cents Sam D Johnson 44 paper collars had melted away in- to a pool of pulp streams of per Torchon Val Chantilla Antique and the largest assorted stock of Hamburg just received at A HarÂ¬ ris St Clair street 39 ft cents Co Hams sides shoulders lard beef veal mutton lamb sausage etc atC W H Fincels 41 tf My white goods stock consists of Judea linen mulls French nainsook in plaids and stripes of every design from the foreiirn looms You will find prices to suit the times at A Har ris St Clair street 39 For Sale A good second hand piano for sale at a bargain Apply at 433t this office 29 tf For chimisett collars and cuffs In my dress goods kstock you will go to find some of the choicest materials in Sam D Johnson Co all shades and patterns Therefore h 44 you wish to purchase examine my S Mocha stock before going elsewhere Re Â¬ Try a box of C member the place A Harris St and Java mixed coffee at Clair street 39 J Heeneys 44 Do not fail to examine my stock of Car load of Old Hickory Wagons hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ just received by Mastin Bros member the place A Harris 43 m St Clair Street 1 m 39 prices 44 Parasols and fans in all All trimmed and untrimmed styles at very low prices shades and at A Harris bonnets and hats at half former St Clair street 39 Sam D Johnson Co Nothing more delicious than a Sanborns Mocha cup of Chase and Java mixed coffee for sale by J Heeney South Side 44 Blue Lick Water fresh from the Springs on draught at LeCompte Carpenters Meat Meat Cheap Cheap H Fincels Meat 36 Mastin Bros keep the best machine Price 00 cents per gallon 40 C W H Fincel will sell you a nice sweet ham low 36 tf Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Â¬ man Gavles 34 tf The Heywood is the best baby car Â¬ riage made For sale by R Rogers oil 1 32 My corsets for 40 cents can not be beat in the world for the price Call 41 tf and see them at A Harris St Clair m street 39 For Rent Store rooms good Get a Heywood baby carriage of R location rents low Rogers they are the best in the C W H Fincel 41 tf market 32 for reapers for sale by Binding twine MATTERNS best Photographs O R Cruteher Co 39 of all sizes reduced to half price For Sailor Hats Sailor hats at R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair age manufactured the Heywood 39 street 32 Cheap At C W best made for sale at R Rogers 32 m Co Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn Mower the I just purchased a large stock of Mastin Bros best in the world from 36 silks and will oner them at very low prices Call and see them Every The best Soda Water in yard guaranteed at A Harris St world ice cream Clair street 39 table linen and cloths go to Sam D Johnson 44 For lunch The Heywood baby carriage the Not wishing to carry any stock over for fall I offer to the public my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ tions and millinery at such reduced rates that will guarantee satisfac Â¬ tion Therefore it will be to your interest to come and examine my stock and be convinced in it at Chapman the with Gayles Place your farms and town lots for sale with Win P Scott He will advertise them thoroughly tf 1 Harrodsburg at the residence of in this the brides brother-in-lacounty Mr Marvin D Averill on Wednesday w Â¬ Â¬ You can buy any parasol in our stock at one half the cost price as we are going to sell them out 45 WEITZEL Â¬ ODONNELL The attention of all poultry Â¬ and a kitchen stable on the premises near City School Apply to Dr S E James 33 A HARRIS St Olair Streetm 39 Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken Â¬ tucky River Mills hemp binder LOOK twine 35 A fresh lot of syrup of tigs just re Â¬ For Rent A two story frame ceived at Lecompte fc Carpenters residence with live rooms and cellar 39 South Side on the corner of Logan and Campbell Blood Orange Empsons Ginger streets Gas in the house and water Ale and Drennon Water constantly in the yard Apply to W C Hern on tap at V L Jetts South Side don 40 For Rent House with six rooms -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- raisers is directed to the advertise A Singer sewing machine given ment of the big rooster It tells of Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure away with soap at W L Jetts 40 Gresluuus old stand which is sold on the Car plan by LeCompte Orders for Drennnn Water received penter 40 at W L Jetts South Side m We have a large line of white Buy your binding twine for reaping and colored bed spreads which machines of O 11 Cruteher it Co we are going to sell at very low 39 prices WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 For hats and bonnets A Harris m 39 Emporium is headquarters Towels napkins and table linen marked way down at For Scotch ginghams sitteen Init Â¬ ODonnklls iate and lawns call at A Harris St 45 Weitzkl Â¬ YThen Baby wm siok ire Rve her Caatoria When alio tt u a Child she cried for Caatoria When she became Miss she clang to Caatoria When she had Children she gare them Caatoria Syrup of Figs m Best unlaundried shirt sold for 62 Yi cents at 45 ever Clair street Weitzel ODonnells Apply to storage Mastin Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ tive It is the mo t easily taken and the most pleasantly elective remedy known to cleanse the sytem when bilious or costive to dispel 39 headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion Bros for etc For sale in cent and 100 bottles by Chapman CJayle 43 tf G great deal can be accomplished by tute is desired but members will oa v xniaz h jo imcu9s pi 5JJTIB association To them more than be enrolled at any time during its to their parents the isolation of session MfMM If MO HX country life is a source of dissatisAt the close of the institute the aotiadng isp S 0 tO Vn SujAcq jj jj faction on oti Why not find a partial Third District Teachers AssociaM0 1 8UI pwno Xue paDuaujdxsjojjou 9Ati OAtq jnqMJ jnoqiMaq jou pnoM pue ssnoq Xui remedy in the club tion will be duly organized for the u A Aln3Up I U3qi oduc as3iloq omj 5001 j pun psnupuoD is not a rural neighbor- Â¬ purpose of securing throughout There pooS tpniu o out auop pcq JJ jeqi punoj I jeqj njuoodtMj Jaijc hood in this county where a club the district professional union v oj yearn iptapaonpsisuoi33jp jsd se njtse2buA I tpjCMJsye pue stop sqi JtJij I oj papnpuo3 atp Suq of fifteen to twenty young people and co operation in the cause of XJ3A3 9001 it jsouips pJ 8uAvt pue joienlbx Jsajt with a definite object in view education f UOUIUIg 0 p3C3 MM SJE3A OSJqj JO OMJ JOJ U0 sick tdpsuoo HU 2ujjni jajje uoU3j Ayi and could not be formed in a very Mr George Davis jr By authority of the State Board Seven weeks till frost so says wife of Paris passed through our short time It might be alawn of Education the katydid village last Monday en route for tennis club or shooting fishing or Jos Desha Pickett Mr John Reib has been in the Frankfort to visit the places of athletic club for the boys or per- Superintendent of Public lust action interest and to make a general haps better than these an outing village this week and President of the Board of inspection of our beautiful capital club that would include walking Education Okra holds its own better than They have been visiting relatives driving tennis shooting and the The above circular gives in full any other vegetable near the Stamping Ground many pastimes that the object for which it is issued Mr Leroy Kesler spent last om eqj Tnojsco oqt SmzinoSaosip The Forks Mission Sunday young people of both sexes inUnder a recent law of the State aniantiip inomi a Xpoq jonqmijojuinrai e Monday night in our midst school will give a supper at Mrs dulge in ojnoasoj ssouoAnnoa jtsajs onn Bit JWJ During the winter months there the State Board of Education was eonpojuiouputtiioAYfiTJOiaojueqinqoAn on next Wheat that has been threshed Sarah Feathcrstons BiOMoq oqi flnipnoum tij Xiaioui isno in this vicinity shows a fair yield Wednesday evening for the bene- Â¬ would be skating meets and sleigh- Â¬ directed to organize these Normal ou soop uonttdjisuoo jQ nQmv9X eqx fit of the Sunday school Prof ing tours to extend over several Institutes in each of the three flying Mr J H Bailey made a pug days which would give amuse- Â¬ In o9 ipwig Court Districts visit to Lawrenceburg last Wednes- Graham of Frankfort assisted byÂ¬ ment to both sexes and be in- Â¬ Superior some of the best talent has promday with the law an insti- Â¬ ised to be present and will render dulged in wherever there are accordance orpddy jo bsoi Even tute has been arranged for the Jimmie Farmer has been quite some delightful vocal and instru- Â¬ streams or inland lakes mi fijpiROj iptis iiM poiardtaooott Malarial fever mental music which will make the the bicycle and tricycle should First District at Madisonville XntMariaS sick for sometime pimJJiitatiMo Hojnitjr ooupojd pooiq oii uioi pojojox have a place in the barn with the Hopkins county to be held from Siioq onqojiiJinouoioii i0iipdJOXVAq the trouble Every occasion very enjoyable psxiiaa ni houopnn iuuioia otiur Â¬ family carryall The trustees have selected Miss body invited Charges reason ation of muscles both for the relax- July 25 to August 12 under the ii boib3 snoUKl jo iiodlosqn OiriXq su strained and sore Pearl Scofield to teach the school able maisfs oin Btsn tinjjo cw ostiosip i0tiM W B from long hours of bending over management cf Prof tjflnojiii imiipmu ou n oiain osnro in this district oq BOstiosici jo JointVI oij poBO rJ Two negro women at Watkins uncongenial toil and as a Also Wylie of Bowling Green saving ville a small town a few miles 01 Regular services at Bridgeport norse nesn on man an evening one in the Second District to be Christian Church to morrow at 1 above the Forks got into a quar errand to town Let us pre- held at Somerset Pulaski county rel last Monday morning and one vail oclock a m on the young people of this to commence July iS and end of them was very seriously wound Now that the busy season has ed Three shots were fired at her community to form associations August 5 under the management and perhaps club passed the farmers are having a by her dusky antagonist but only and clubs of Prof W B Bartholomew of with inexpensive championships rest for a short time one took effect inflicting a wound prizes for excellence in fields of Louisville Mrs Kate Callender and son of in her thigh The woman who sport and the most beneficial kind OF CINCINNATI OHIO It is hoped that great good to Memphis Tennessee are guests of did the shooting was arrested and mental and physical relaxation and WILL BE AT THE Mr Charlie Mayhall and family taken to Stamping Ground for recuperation will result and per- the cause of education will accrue haps if the old folks are very Irom these institutes Mr Oscar Roberts and family trial IN FRANKFORT KY very good they might become as visited his fathers family in Shelby A Nameless CaseSATURDAY JULY 30 1887 Bald Knob sociate members of the club and county several days this week SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1887 My case has been a very curious one for Our friend Martin S Urban has renew their youth Several cases of slight sunstroke about thirteen years At intervals of about SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 Old Jumbo one week I would be attacked with spells are reported as having occurred in just returned from a visit to Shel of severe and most excrutiating pain als byville and Fairfield this section during the past week EDUCATIONAL ways commencing in the region of my kid or two Mr V M Pool our boss black neys The pain would then go upward BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING body and Mrs Annie Mayhall and Mrs smith has left this place for Flag STATE NORMAL 1NSTITU1E FOR THE and affect mymy very eyehead and seemed Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars ball creating the to penetrate given to sufferer or any charity he may designate THIRD SUPERIOR COURT DISTRICT Bettie Caulk have each about en- Â¬ Fork at which place he will most intense suffering lasting about eight for any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BR1NK 1 887 OF KENTUCKY FOR WILL hours each spell ERHOFF SYSTEM tirely recovered frorh their recent operate business in the future BE HELD AT LOUISA LAWRENCE I resorted to all kinds of medicine withNO KNIFE IS USED illness Rev J A Peters preached the Several doctors treated my COUNTY FROM JULY l8TH UNTIL out benefit NO LIGATURE IS USED case but none pave relief I finally used Mr J H Keith and wife have funeral of the little child of Mr AUGUST 6TH INCLUSIVE B B B as an experiment and to my utter LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED Willie Thompson and wife last returned home frorh a ten days NO CHLOROFORM IS USED is to astonishment all pain and suffering vanish The object of this institute visit to friends at Shelbyville Sunday evening at 4 oclock at ed after using three doses lo the present enable teachers to study child time I have used three bottles and not a Lebanon Church FISTULA IN AMO Mr Keith is quite sick Is cured nature with success to master the pain has ever returned I do not know Jumbo has laid low during all principles underlying all national what was the matter neither could my Mr F M Scofield who is FISSURES B engaged in business at Ripyville this railroad crisis and said little methods of teaching to become physician name the complaint The B my Cured without cutting or tearing He again comes to the front to familiar with the best methods of B acted finely and powerfully upon Anderson county visited his fam has been splendid my appetite ULCERATION CATARRH scribble down in his very inef- teaching and to form a high ideal kidneys constitution built up rapidly ily last Saturday and Sunday and my ficient way the neighborhood of the teachers qualification and Of the bowel cured R THOMAS Mr Tim Mayhall and family news saying nothing concerning Constitution Ga May 6 18S6 Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Â¬ larly for nearly three years and the many cures and Miss Maud Mayhall of Louis- politicians railroads etc letting work It is designed to present to he has made among the wealthy and influential ville have returned home from a the able writers debate these sub- the teachers of the Third Superior are Unlmpeaclied Integrity citizensnow asufficient evidence fact his success dis Â¬ of well established Court District the best methods It Is tbat many visit to friends and relatives in this jects eases of the stomach liver kldnty bladder He is in for business im- of school organization I am 55 Broke down twelve years ago womb and nervous system are either caused or school vicinity able to work since provements etc the coexistence of management and school instruc- and have not beenaction of my hips and aggravated by or RECTAL ULCER FILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE Have lost proper Miss Kate Jenkins entertained A writer in the last weeks pa- tion with special reference to the legs For five year scrofulous sores have REFERENCES several of her young friends in per seems to intimate that Jas demands of the common school appeared on my scalp and nose and at Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A U McClure Frankfort Ky same time my eyesight began to fail and handsome style last Saturday even- R Harrod the speaker of Shelby system of this Commonwealth Col D L Sublett Erankfort Ky for three years have been comparatively Richard Ferguson Frunkfort Ky ing it being the occasion of her county gained votes in favor of Each institute will Be duly blind Have been treated by eminent phy W 1 Hughes Frankfort Ky McKenzle the railroad tax by speaking organized for its proper work and sicians of different schools without a cure J H KELLEYS Verwillles Ky DR office and residence Is at 376 I have taken five bottles of It U B made West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he Mr Harrod made one duly conducted according to law Several ladies and gentlemen against it scrofulous sores may befound every duy of each week EXCEPT and all at Atlanta Ga and children of Frankfort have or two speeches in this district Any person of proper age and of are gradually heeling Inflammation about PEIDAIS AND been rusticating in this place and and the poll books show that 478 good standing residing in any my eyes has disappeared and there is some Pamphlets describing SATUEDAYS these diseases and my vision vicinity during the past two or votes were cast against the rail district may attend this institute improvement in relieved and Am verytomuch mode of treatment sent free to any one by thisÂ¬ ad begin benefited and feel dressing three weeks Bridgeport seems road tax to 8 for it This shows at any time during its session like a boy again feel good My strength Prof J R Potter A M and activity are returning in my legs and W I KELLEY M D to be a favorite resort for our city which way he was instrumental in Now we think the Professor of Theory and Practice hips The B B B acts vigorously upon cousins They are ever welcome gaining votes 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 writer is wholly incapable of of Teaching in the Normal Depart- my kidneys and the great quantity of matWill the Pea Ridge correspond- Â¬ making such an onslaught on as ment of the Agricultural and ter that has been forced out through the W CONSULTATION FREE skin is utterly incredible often so offensive Dec 26 ly ent inform us why a lady may not able a speaker as Mr Harrod Mechanical State College of in odor as to produce nausea I refer to make teaching a life work as well has all business men of LaGrange Ga I will say a word in regard to Kentucky at Lexington P 1KOPHILL as a man We know of a few the writer from this place in last been selected by the State Board LaGrange Ga January 13 1886 cases where ladies have been of Education to conduct the institeaching for from 20 to 40 years weeks paper or as we may term tute in the Third Superior Court All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula Now if thjs is not proof positive of it better Exposer seems to tell District He will have two regu and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores THE TWENTY THIRD SEMI ANNUAL SES- we the fact we give it up We every tning ne Knows lar and reliable assistants in his Rheumatism Kidnry Complaints Catarrh J sion or this school will begin again assert and that without fear dont think that it behooves him work Prof G W Wroten of etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Sept 12 1887 of successful contradiction that to make like all the people out Louisa and Prof T B McClure 32 page Illustrated Bool of Wonders filled Monday with the most wonderful and startling proof He we may never hope to have any here are fools but himself Mrs T M Turner will have charge of the of West Virginia ever before known Primary Department Terms per session of better state of case exist in regard says he hears a good many say BLOOD BALM CO Addres twenty weeks Every member of the institute to educational progress than now that they are going to quit trading must have for reference and July 23 im Atlanta Ga Classical Department 87 50 sacred office of teacher is in town and go down the river in review a text book on each subif the Intermediate Department 26 00 We doubt very much used as a mere step stone to some a canoe For Rent A brick house con- Primary Department 20 00 whether he heard this said for the ject of the common school course taining six rooms Inquire of thing more lucrative T M TURNER Prin jy2 2m reason that nobody else has ever of instruction Logan McKee Any common school teacher heard it said out here We know Forks of Elkliorn SEW PLANING MILL 42tf 432 St Clair street the people are not easy to forgive who may attend the full session of Mr S Black who has been any real or imaginary injury that the institute will be furnished TIM VefftaalBf el the M quite sick is better with a certificate to that effect and The beginning of disease is slight debility is put upon them by an exposer shall in virtue thereof be excused or disorder osome of the vital organs Uw Havingreoently added to Mr J L Bristow of Coving- Â¬ He says hurrah for the railroad bis Establishment stomach the liver or the bowels usually from attending the next Teachers ton was here last Wednesday and he a bitter opposer There are dyspeptic symptoms the liver U County Institute in the county in un skin grows tawney First Class Planing Mill The excessive dry weather has There are score of ways in which which he may be employed as a troublesome the there are pains in thandright uealthy looking damaged every thing in this com- country boys and girls may be- Â¬ teacher siMe or through the right shoulder blade Th Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of climax is often an utter prostration of the munity come interested in out door recre- Â¬ The State Board of Education physical energies perhaps a fatal issue But If the difficulty Miss Sallie Warren is visiting ation and through which they will has fixed two dollars as the fee Stomach Hitters is met in time with Ilostetterc Sah Doors BlindFrame which is ai Molding lead more contented lives The for each member in attendance at u remedy and it should bealways affectiveaa resorted to at her brother in Louisville early stuge there will bo no reason to ap for the pleasures and en the institute longing preheud those injurious subsequent effects ALSO Miss Hannah Newman returned joyments of the great urban world the system often entailed by On arriving at Louisa report upon diseases Far better is it also entirely to em cured home last Saturday from a short of which they know so little and ploy tills safe remedial agent in fever and Scroll Work Stair Work promptly to County SuperintendTurning ague and other malarial complaints thai visit to her sister in Louisville desire to know so much may be ent McClure potent drugs which evea Muinine and other Gottenlout in the best style when they do prove effectual Tor a time ruin Miss Bettie Jones returned satisfied in a measure at home A An early attendance at the insti the btuuiucu uud impair the general health Muyl5 tf home last Tuesday from a protracted visit to friends in the south Hot and dry ern part of the State Water very scarce The plan for the removal of the Buck Run Church tc the Forks is Vegetables about played out being pushed with vigor and we 102 in the shade last Satur- hope within a few months to day hear the ringing of the new church Mrs Clem Parrent is still quite bell in this village Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bridgeport t 9j Â¬ lv 5 -- Â¬ out-of-do- or Â¬ Â¬ -- t 1 Â¬ Â¬ NOIIVniSNO0 Â¬ Dr W I Kelley Â¬ CAPITAL HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dudley Â¬ institute -- Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Merchant p Dehoney If shoe wrapped in tin foil which The Frankfort Club still leads in gave the boys good conger m the Blue Grass League having The ladies of the Methodist won a game each from the George- Â¬ Church will give a tea in the Fincel town and Lexington Clubs this block South Side on Thursday week the game with the George evening next July 28th for the towns was played at that place benefit of the repair fund of the on Monday afternoon and resulted Church The prices will be for as follows substantials 25 cents and for ices AB R IB PO A Fbankfobt 25 cents or 50 cents for both 4 7 fi 1 3 3 Hudson 2b Let every body go and contribute Newman 3b 4 4 6 Whitohouae 88 0 61 to a good caase 4 Base Ball The Geologists Opinion Do you thins it will ever come to pass That therell be an end to natural g is Was what the man who owned a well Asked the state geologist to tell A learned man with a solemn ulr Was he but he somehow wasnt there With an answer sharp and quick and clear And he showed a plain desire to steer Between two risks as reply he made For this In substance Is what he said If your well Is sunk where the gas exists 80 plentifully that there cant be missed What you draw from earth to the upper air Youll never exhaust the supply Its fair To suppose but If on the other hand Your welt Is sunk In the sort of land Where little of natural gas Is stored The hole wont pay you for being bored Or if you enter the sort of rock Where Inexhaustible Is the stock Of gas Its Just to at once assume That the Mow Mil keep up und therell be a boom But If the rock that you chance to strike Has only a pocket say what you like The little thats found Is soon bound to go And therell be an end to Its upward flow So the State geologist expressed His views and no doubt he did his best For though varied the tone of what they say me an ui lueni wik very mucn inui wayi And In the minds of the multitude Whove many a prophecys Issue viewed The conclusions fixed It has come to pass No one knows much about natural gasl m From The Black Diamond Chicago JACOB SWMERT F V GRAY JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F 0 Hughes CO GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS Representing the followingr Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE MPERIALSSURANCE NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION LANCASHIRE HARTFORD FRANKFORT KY L0J u n m fiS9 tw 654 241 0 iHwn 4853B7 1910483 PHFNIX Snider o Sheppard rf Gordon cf Nelson lb 6 6 6 6 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 2 1 2 2 7 3 4 2 6 12 000 0 22 A 0 5 0 10 0 n m Totals Geoboetown Coleman o Snow lb Brooks 3b 55 31 28 27 AB R IB 5 5 1 Harper as Osburn p Thompaon cf 4 4 4 4 Hamilton rf Taylor If Slade 2b Prof E C Went has been in t some measure consoled for the in30 8 15 24 11 12 Totals jury done to his famous ruby eyed Innings 12345678 9 Total trilobite He has iust received 31 Frankfort 25173346 8 and had mounted a handsome trilGeorgetown 312002000 Earned runs Frankfort 20 George obite but it is minus the ruby eye town 3 Two base hits Hudson New man Sheppard Coleman Osbnrn Slade and thus falls short of his former Three base hits Hudson Sheppard Nel- object of pride son Home Runs Brooks Struck out Â¬ Â¬ 631 11 122 13 Oil 10 400 300 402 100 3 2 2 PO 8 0 3 0 5 2 2 Mr Gilbert Mastin of the firm 1 of Mastin Bros is spending the Troy and 0 week at Cincinnati Columbus Ohio for the purpose 5 of selecting vehicles for the fall E trade and when received we are 3 informed will be the largest and 3 best selection ever brought to 0 1 American 11 L m WiauiMrrnu r il waanu mi r j 11 - Jjiuiuuesier Brooklyn Hartford Hartford uitauwHiia unernti 4754342 1974750 1918432 n J AMERICAN CENTRALHAMBURG BREMEN aleVmny ouli VSfe 100265503 June 18 ly Office Tip stairs CIT1 HALL BUILDING ktf5 rcnnins nnlttt lumped witn in above ffon TB1DB HARE 0 1 0 3 Frankfort Â¬ 2 2 Â¬ 8 Merchant 5 Double plays Newman Hudson and Nelson Newman and Nelson Dehoney and Hudson Pass ed balls Coleman 3 Snider 2 Wild pitches Oaburn 2 Merchant 1 Left on bases Georgetown 11 Frankfort 6 Osburn Since publishing the item in re- Â¬ gard to the marriage of Mr Charley Ellwanger we learn that it was only a joke put up on him The game with the Lexingtons by a friend So Charley is still in took place at Lake Park in Belle the market and his lady friends point Thursday afternoon and re- Â¬ can govern themselves according- sulted as follows Â¬ FsAMKroBT Hudson o AB R IB 6 6 6 6 6 Coins Sheppard as Buttimer 2b lb 3 3 1 2 3 1 2 2 PO 10 9 A E 1 1 Dehoney If Whitehouse rf Merchant 3b Newman cf Nelson p Totals 000 631 100 633 12 1 2 4 0 4 2 o 3 0 5 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 4 6 6 2 1 0 2 54 22 17 27 16 A Miss Myrtle Drown of Green Springs Ohio who spent the summers of 1885 and 1886 in this city died at Wichjta Kansas on Thursday and was buried yesterday at her home in Ohio Mr H R Williams attended the fune- Mr A H Waggoner having sold out his grocery store on For Rent The residence of Summer Arrangement Broadway to Messrs John E Mrs C E Ward on corner of Kirtley and G C Hughes this NEWPORT NEWS MISSISSIPPI VMLLEY GO will be his last day in business Main and Wilkinson streets in For terms apply to and he requests all his friends to Frankfort jy 21 im John T Buckley come and see him as goods will Chesapeake Ohio Route be sold at the lowest notch For Sale Five or six graded Pullman Gars and Solid Trains Some months ago Mr O B No r Jersey butter cows Apply Polsgrove of this county removed to J W Jenkins Bridgeport Ky his family to Caldwell Kansas 45 it To Washington Richmond and intended following on this fall And Old Point Comfort and make that State his future home We learn that his family Kentucky Central Railroad will now return here in a few days To Louisville and Cincinnati to remain preferring their old BLUB GRASS ROUTE Connecting direct for all points In the Kentucky home to the great and Shortest and Quickest route from growing West WKT SQOIHTO CENTRAL KENTUCKY WEST Dont waste your moner on a trum or ruBber coat The FISH BRAND 8LICKEI yu to AskfortbeFISH HR AND sliczir and take no other r your storekeeper If lot nave thi run muRD aend far dmcrlntXvt catalogue to A J TOWEK 20 Blmmonn tit MaS SLICKER v WEST Â¬ Â¬ The wonderful Healing nrnnertlea nfllnrhvB 1an pnyiactic Fluid in case of 01 Avvmcnu ior nurns Scalds Cuts Wounds etc Â¬ TO ALL POINTS n mum east jest m southwest In Effect June 5 1887 WESTWARD No 3 Dally No 1 N 5 Caa Except Sunday Notes 720 a m 800 u m 825 a in 1110 a m 400 pm 220 p m 725 pm 325 p 111 830 pm 1124 a m 1100 a m 315 p m 255 am 350 p m 310 pm 458 p ni 414 am 545 p mi 445am 810 p m 700 am 8 31 p in 730am l 4JI n m 840 am 1010 11 in 900 am 1210 a 111 1120 a ni Lexington Brown c AB R IB 5 5 5 4 Shad as Armstrong cf 13 0 0 0 1 PO 10 0 4 1 Conover p Jewell 2b Downing If 3 2 2 2 13 Storms rf McCarter 3b Butler lb Totals Innings 410 000 201 4 4 4 0 1 4 2 Oil 0 9 10 0 23 4 4 0 1 E ral FASTJLINE BETWEEN 0 0 6 5 12 1 4 39 27 9 9 15 Trankfort Lexington Earned runs 810033241 0000120 2 1 Frankfort 10 1234 678 Total 22 6 In an item in regard to the row in Gums saloon between Jake Denny and Will Dean we stated that Dean alleged that he was held by others while Denny struck Denny says that the charge him is groundless as no one touched Dean but him Its prompt use will invariably relieve pain promote healing and LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI prevent Erysipelas Gangrene or Proud Flesh Owing to the SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV ti tS86 cleansing and purifying qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate No 6 No 4 No 13 South 1ound Boils Ulcers Carbuncles and Ex sun Daily Ex Sun Running Sores are tendered pure and healthy and speedily cured lve Covington 8391m 3 35 p m 3 00 p m no other application being neces Falmoutn to 03 a m 9 33 p in 3 30 p m Cynthiana ti 04 a m 10 24 p m 4 39Pm sary 45 1 m Arr Paris ti 40 a m 10 50 p m 5 IS P m Lexington Lve Norfolk 300 p Lve Old Point 340 p Lve Newport News 40b p Lve Richmond 650 p U17 n Lve Oordonsvllle Arr Charlottesville 10U0 p fi Ml n Lve Washington I Arr Charlottesville 10U5 p Lve Charlottesville 1020 p m Lve Wujiiesboro Jc 1118 p m m Lve Staunton ill 50 p 111 215 u Arr Clifton orge Lve Clifton Forge 220 a m I Lexington Three 3 Two base hits Goina Jewell base hits Nelson Struck out Nelson 8 Conover 7 Double plays Merchant Buttimer and Coins 2 Passed balls Hudson 1 Brown 8 Wild pitches Nel son 1 Conover 1 Left on bases Lex Â¬ Â¬ ington 10 Frankfort 3 At the beginning of the eighth inning Mr Ben Marshall who was umpiring was struck in the left side by one of Nelsons pitched balls and was so badly hurt that he was compelled to retire and his place was filled by a young man from Lexington One of the best players in the Frankfort nine is Tommie Newman He is lively in the field is pretty certain to find the ball when he picks up the shelalah and never lets the grass grow under his feet when on bases The Frankforts have by far the best battery in the league and with careful field work they can easily maintain their lead The Georgetown Club play here again on Tuesday when it is expected that they will present their new battery Pete Hiner and Lyons The Frankforts played an exhibition game in Lexington Tuesday and were defeated by a score of 19 to 9 They played a regular league game there again yesterday afterÂ¬ In an article on the subject of local option and the means taken to bring counties under its control the Shelby Sentinel states that one hundred and eighteen counties more than half the State are now under the operation of that law neighbor Look here have you been doing that what makes you see double Take another look at the Auditors report and see how many counties are in the grand old CommonÂ¬ ti 30pm 11 11 30 p m 6 10 p m 6 05 p m 7 15 p m counters for sale The One show ease und two or three Apply to K K McClure 45 Arr Winchester Stanford Lve Richmond Lve Pins 50 a m to Richmond Lancaster 11 13 35 P 3 00 p m 55 p in 25 p m 510pm 507pm p 0 oc 2 Charleston Lve Huntington Arr Ashland Lve Lve Alleghany Lve White bulphur Lve Hlnton Lve Kanawha Falls Lve Caunelton 325 u 111 340 a m 518 a m 815 u 305 a 755a fine shower yesterday ArrBerea Livingston morning was a great blessing and m 00 p m 3 30 p m S 45 P ni freshened up vegetation and cooled the atmosphere wonderfully Â¬ North Bound Livingston Berea Arr Richmond lve Stanford No 3 No it No Arr Winchester Arr Lexington Arr Louisville Arr Cincinnati EASTWARD Lve Ashland Arr Columbus Lve Ashland Arr Mt Sterling I 1022 a 530 pm 535 p 535 p in 1117 p 1117 pm 1022 a 155 p 230 p 315 p 1235 nn 715 p 445 in 600 p m ouu p s No 4 Dally No 2 Except Sunday No G 945 a 320 a 350 a 450 a 610 a 7 05 a 857 a 111 300 p 111 705 a ni 1110 a in 1145 a m OtRnn 1U J III M 240 pm 345 p m 4 50pm What They Say of Them Ie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wealth About 11 oclock Wednesday night those of our citizens who reside near the intersection of Cross and Main streets were startled by a womans cries and screams of murder and help and hastily jumping into their clothing several gentlemen hurried to the house of Policeman Joseph Norwood from whence the cries proceeded and were told by the wife of that officer that he had City Marshal been choking her Stephens was notified and went to the scene but as Norwood had disappeared no arrest was made On Thursday the City Council began an investigation into the matter which was concluded yesterday morning and resulted in Norwood being suspended from duty noon for sixty days officiated as Doughbelly The regular August election for the home team mascotte He made his appear- takes place one week from Mon Thursday ance on the ground with a horse day Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Mastin Bios Fnxnkfovt il 30 a in 3 11 a m Lancaster Ky Arr Richmond ti 00 a m Gentlemen The Solid Com- Lve Richmond t 30 p m 6 05 a m 3 45 P m 7 15 a m fort Sulky Plows we bought of Arr Winchester Paris 1 jop m 800am you work to perfection cutting a lve Lexington 3 45 p m 7 35 a m 45 P m 3 40 p m Pai 3 30 p m 8351m 14 inch furrow in the hardest Cynthiana 3 59 P m 8 59 a m 417pm with two horses We ground Falmouth 4 47 P m 10 03 a m 5 tS p m 6 00 p m 11 35 a m 6 45 p m can cheerfully recommend them Arr Covington to any farmer wanting a good MAYSVILLE BRANCH plow Jas M Wood No 51 Daily Daily North Bound A W Macklin Ex Sun Ex Sun Mr Macklin bought two and Lve Covington 100pm Mr Wood three Lve Lexington 735 a 435 p m 3 00 a m 10 35 a m 11 45 a m Mastin Bros Lve The political pot dont seem to boil worth a cent in this section What will be the result when Gen Apathy Gen Disgust and all the other fellows get in their work m Arr Arr Arr Arr Millersburg Carlisle PrU 3 15 Johnson 342 a 005 a 103 a No 53 Daily Ex Sun 4 55 Maysville 9 57 530 p m 548 pm 613 p m 706 p m 7 4pm Notes Lve Cincinnati 825 p m1 830 a m Lve Louisville 730 p 111 650 a 111 Lve Lexington 1100 p m 1150 a in Lve Winchester 1145 p ml 100 p 111 Lve Columbus 530 p in 1125 a in Lve Ashland 345 a III 5 fifi 11 in 810 a m Lve Hnntlngtoii 535 u 111 8 00 p in 1100 a m Arr Charleston 700 a 111 9 55 p in 120 p ni Arr Cannelton 748 a in 11 00 p 111 2 34 lOn Arr Kanuwa Fulls 810 a mill ill n in 305 p in 45 a in 615 p m Hlnton 1022 a 111 Arr ArrWhlteSulphur 12 00 nm 5 iu a m 840 p in 115 p 111 6 40 a 111 1023 p 111 Arr Clifton Forge 341 p ml 9 20 a m 108 a m Arr Staunton ArrWuynesborolc 410 p in 10 17 a 111 140 a m 40 ArrCharlottesvllle 510 p 111 250 u in 940 p 111 23 p m a 10 a in Arr Washington 1125 p in U V III 10 03 a m Arr Baltimore Arr Philadelphia 300 a ni 00 a in 1235 nn 620 a in m a m 320 p m Arr New York LveCharlottesvllle 530 P 1111 11 Fill fl til 415 a ni 840 p mi 3 50 p IU 825 u m Arr Richmond Lve Richmond 845 p ui UU II 111 840 a m Arr Newport News 1046 p m 35 p m 1110 a m uu p III 1215 a m 1100 P m Arr Old Point 40 p m 1235 p m Arr Norfolk 11 111 v- w South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville No 54 Daily Ex Sun Â¬ Major R Sims Allen formerly of the Kentucky Military Institute and family have located at Rich Hill Missouri Johnson Carlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington 910 a 1115 a 633 735 747 815 a a m 1250pm m a in a m a m m m 139P 333P 35Pm 610pm 600pm 34p m m a Â¬ Â¬ DISSOLUTION LUMBER FIRM OF WAKEFIELD West at Frankfort hits been dissolved and Isaac T West goes out ot the firm James M WaketleUl will conduct the business as heretofore und he alone Is authorised to collect debts due the nrm und will my all Its debts In iimklni this announcement James M WaketleUl takes this occasion to return hts thuuks to the public Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for their liberal patronage extended heretofore und solicits u continuance ot public confidence and putronage June 25 lm JAMES M WAKEFIELD No 43 leave Lexington 800 p ra arrive Paris 342 p m NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win Chester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains ar daily except Sunday Direct connections made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Cities Fast Line Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Wiuchestcr and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached oy a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent ot the company or S F B MORSE D A FEELEV Gun Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky H E HUNTINGTON Receiver General Offices Covington Ky Lexington Division trains run by Central time Main Line trains east of Huntington run by East Â¬ ern time which Is one hour faster than Central time No 1 dally except Sunday between Old Point Norfolk and White Sulphur The train arriving at White Sulphur on Saturday lays over until 1010 p m Sunday night No 2 dally except Sunday The train leaving Louisville and Cincinnati on Saturday runs only to White Sulphur arriving there Sunday 510 1 m und laying over until Monday 520 a m Nos 3 und 4 run dally except that they do not run between Richmond and Old Point on Sunday No 5 leaves Richmond and Washington dally except Sunday Runs dully between Clifton Forge and Ashland Connects at Ashland for Columbus dally except Sunday No 6 Lilly from Ashland to Clifton Forge leaves Clifton Forge dally except Saturday arrives Washington Richmond and Old Point dally ex Â¬ cept Sunday Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains Old Dominion Steamships leave Norfolk on Mon Â¬ day Tuesday Wednesd iy Thursday und Satur day at 7 p m for New York For Rates Tickets Batrcage Checks apply to nay Oftlce ot C A O Ry 01 Depot or Ticket Ottlce of connecting lines Â¬ i m m K W C WICKHAM 2d Vice President H W FULLER Gen I Passr Agt liittk 8 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 4 Infant daughter of the P LIGHT Mary Million Sallie aged three months NOTIFIED The Steamer Grace Morris will Dont forget the gleaning at U THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle iarrettTHATt bought from Mrs admln take another excursion party to B F Park to night given by the Istrntrlx Inof E Wliltesldes deceased Ills entire the Interest Lock No 5 to morrow afternoon ladies of St Johns A M E Only ten cents admis- Furniture ap6 Undertaking leaving the Custom house wharf at Church late Â¬ Died NOTIGE BUSINESS B OLAASSEN LIGHT ft CLAASSEN -- 3 oclock sion Conway is already preparing to rebuild his house which was burned last Monday morning Miss Minnie Dalton a pretty young lady from Owen county is visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood Rev James Graves will preach at the Stoney Creek school house to morrow at 1 1 oclock We would invite all the gentlemen who come to our Sunday school to come into the house and taVe part in the exercises of the school and not remaip outside We hope all will be prepared for the Salvation Army as it is such a great thing with some of We hope they will the people for we need some one to do good encourage the people of Stoney Creek Mr How is it that it gets too hot to attend church but does not get too hot to attend balls or hops Hot and dry chestnut Oh ye that strain at a gnat and Miss Lou Ann Buford and swallow a camel Master Ernest Smith are on the There ought to be an elevator sick list to carry beer upon Fort Hill on Miss Bertie Smith a handsome carry young lady of this place is visit Sundays as the men have to is too it upon their shoulders It ing friends and relatives in Frankhard just to see the poor things fort wagging up that hill with a whole Stoney Creekt And hnve sold one half Interest In my business to PEAOTIOAL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters DEALERS IN- - W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be Â¬ STATEN DEHONEY Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings c Closets Â¬ And the business will be continued at the old stand of Wliltesldes Stuten No 218 St Clulr street May 8 tf JOS T STATEN Contract Work Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed F M Â¬ Educational Teachers and friends will please remember that the County Teach- ers Associatipnmeets at the Poe school house the ist Saturday in August and at the Mink Run Anderson on the 2d Saturday Let us have a good crowd at each place The meeting at the Arnold school house last Saturday was a It was estimated grand success that there were one thousand per- Â¬ sons on the ground The building of the new school- Every thing house is a fixed fact off happily Speeches were went made by Col Jno L Scott T N Sullivan A G Hodges and Now let the citizens of others the Poe and Anderson districts do as well We have in our office a new chart or Manakin to be used in teaching Trustees physiology and teachers are especially invited to call and examine We were truly sorry that we could not be at the meeting last Saturday but it being the day set by law for examination of teachers is our excuse Trustees and teachers will please notify us when their schools be in Give date and number of district This is important Let us try and make this the best school year by each one do ing their whole duty Â¬ County Superintendent Anions tlie Colored Citi Â¬ zens BV IEIMER POD Mr Squire Davis says he will soon be a rich man Mrs Francis Bull of Harrods burg Ky is visiting Mrs W Ri Todd fin Clinton street Mrs Dudley Lewis of Cincinnati Ohio is visiting Mrs Ben Tavlor of South Frankfort Mr L T Clark who has been very sick is some better He has a corps of splendid nurses Base ball The Frankforts would have beat the Georgetowns last Saturday but they could not make enough scores Miss Carrie Lee is very sick There is a great deal of sickness among the children and a great many deaths Died Infant of Mr and Mrs Childs Â¬ keg of beer It is rumored that a great many Baptist and Methodist Church members will go to the saloons and bar rooms when they die for there is where their treasure is or seems to be Little Johnny W Dunlap son of Jackson and Mary Dunlap went in the river last Saturday morning to bathe he and Lucas Willis Johnny aimed to dive clear under some logs and was The parents have our drowned sympathy in their bereavement Johnny was nine years old It is now too hot to attend church and it was too cold last winter They all have tu attend the races and fairs in the fall and in the spring it is too wet and sloppy Wonder when church We would going time will come like to know as it never gets too cold or hot to die Wonder why the colored teach ers do not or can not have some kind of teachers meeting once a month They have plenty of time for they never take any in- Â¬ terest in any other literary move- Â¬ Someof ment in the community them are so bothered with consti- Â¬ tutional weariness that they can not even get out to Sunday school in ten months The community would like very much to have their influence once in a while We give the readers of the Roundabout a list of the presents that JMr and Mrs Anderson Rice received as bridal presents Set of tin ware Mrs Judge Duvall Mrs Landon Thomas china tea set Mrs Silas Pitman churn tea set Mrs Sol Warren tea set Miss Annie Duvall glass tea set white glass Mrs Jane Steward tea set Mrs Moses Butcher china cake plates Mrs L Blackburn glass desert dishes Miss Mary E Coleman fruit stand Mr Mary Williams card basket Eddie Pit Â¬ man glass toilet baskets Miss Susie Ellis half dozen cut glass goblets Miss Jennie Duvall glass pitcher Mrs Belle Talbert glass butter stand Miss Maggie Dudley half dozen cut glass tumblers Mrs M Mr Martin glass pitcher Preston Martin molasses stand Mrs Huldah Washington lamp Mrs Willie Sneed mantle lambrequin Mr W M Lutkemier bed Mr Weston Thomas spread handsome table cover Miss Lizzie Butcher set of ice cream dishes Mr D Haly set of steel knives Miss Ellen Corsale chair covers Miss Mollie Fields half dozen napkins Miss Julia Hockensmith half dozen napkins Miss Jennie Waters dozen towels Mrs Emma White Payne linen towels Mrs Landon Thomas set of silver spoons Mr Henry Gobber one superior top reb malic Â¬ Â¬ Choic Coal ALL family use KINDS Cheap No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Block Mar 12 - - Frankfort Kentucky DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery Full Weight Bottom Prices T- IS Buc3sle3r hP 9 V Telephone connection No 3G GEO Dec8f 23 Y STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - FRANKFORT Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in CE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 Queeswaro GlasswareLamps AND GENERAL HARDWARE Fancy Goods Of all descriptions K The and Building Material Blacksmiths Paints Oil Glass Lime Cement and Waeon Makers Material LAHGEST STOCEI STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ HRMfr K Af iliijiiillilM Iron Field Seeds Harness and a tine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Broadway aud Lewis Streets Brass Goods Goal Hods FRANKFORT Feb 24 if KENTUCKY And at prices that cannot be duplicated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street -- F 17 MAJOR atxoknk y AT LAW FRANKFORT KY PP PRACTICE IN WILL Fidiiklin Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals unit In the Federal Court Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer and Dealer in WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w STEAM ENGINE BOILERS Distillery Mill ano Agricultural Machinery counties und nlll aho give special attention tu the purchase estate collection of rents claims and ale of real and the negotiation of loans Oftlco opposite June20 ly JAS AKUIIEW RCOTT JAS A THE WILL PRACTICEtheINadjoining NY Franklin and Heal Estate Agexit DRAWINGS Blacksmithing COURTS OF AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to Agent for AJ3ZLiS euto htb UsggJ ana V101ETT ESBND Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky FOR PRICE LIST SCOTT VIOLETT H FRANKFORT KENTUCKY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Iranklluaudadjaceutcountles Ul ilCh Up stairs In the bin till Building Jan 11 V G MATTERNSlB CAPITAL Sj T- - 5S1 U7ILL DR J OFFICE MAIN GALLERY S COLLINS ART 342 MAIN STREET DE1STTIST STREET OIP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pain bj the ube of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- AND ALSO- - mmim rtifiwrrra tiff8us K3E3EK5ZiH5H Kj wwm PHOTOCBAPHS Of pa fl Kim JitiLJiill 1 COMPTON MACKLI1T all Sizes at Reduced Price IllOriULTOIM Elkhorn Roller Mills -- HAVE R ROGERS DEALER IN- - juil TTaMBTlTTTrifSTfPTMIEBi HmiwafflWiiiiiaivaMafl 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 -- ANU MANUFACTUK- E- easily taken and more Six of the best grades of tne best beneficial in its action than bitter Flour made in the World It is a most OfllceiV wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square nauseous medicines valuable family remedy to act on the bowels to cleanse the system and to dispel colds headaches and I fevers Manufactured only by the F California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco California CAPITAL LODOKNOG MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited Sale by Chapman Gayle For JAS MUKKAY N U FURNITURE J COFFINS te COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock nnd all Kinds of C Poles and Window Hsiun Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE 0 0 Sec A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN STREET FRAN V FORT KY In 42 1 in 3 R April 17 Williams tt All the htes atjie funmuro constantly stock feet is onereti ior title at a burpvln Vot Feb26 tf terini apply ut this ofllce Jr A GOOD BUILDING LOT 60 BY 335 OR 340 tyssm