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Thei GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher Frankfort Roundabout DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X JOHN E KIRTLEY FRANKFORT KYf JULY 30 1887 Number 46 GEO C HUGHES KIRTLEY -- Successors to A H WAGGONER de-ax-eks HUGHES C J I iar- - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS LOWEST CASS PRICES 324 BROADWAY STREET The public are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing VEGETABLES at txhie -- KIRTLEY Communicated Frankfort Ky July 28 87 HUGHES coming tolerably bright The girls make all their own clothes also sewing for the boys The boys making all the shoes for this institution also all for Anchorage Asylum besides belling all articles I believe it made elsewhere would pay the State and be quite a benefit to the institution and tend to make it more self sustaining it a salesman was put on the road to dispose of all goods made I learn the Asylum at Lexington fail to buy the shoes c made here It seems to me this is not as it should be All rings should be bursted up The Lexington Asylum is a dead expense to the State and if this institution for feeble minded could be made self sustaining the State would be benefited besides the State benefiting poor humani Â¬ ty The proper authorities should look into this John E Miles Â¬ should be done than it is to do it I find every one to be critics 1 am an amateur in letter writing and have found out that it is a great deal easier to criticise than it is to write Of all things I do not nor want to become a croaker even to be considered one What I have written and will write has been and will be for the general I do not ex- Â¬ good as I view it endorse every pect every one to thing I write but will say every thing I advocate I believe to be for the general good promising never to have an axe of my own to grind except in the general grinding of axes When the grind- Â¬ ing takes place let it be kncwn let no sharp tricks be played let all in the city know of it In open other words show an fight in an open field hand never shoot in the dark but high dealing at all times in Life is too short for me points either in public or private life not to deal on the square When an office or place of public trust is to be filled not for one to force himself on the city or county when it is an established fact he is not wanted and has to use money to secure the place or position he is seeking by taking the advantage of the poor mans condition by pouring whisky into him and putting one or two dollars into his hand demoralizing and degrading the man and his family for life and then go and tell what a low creature he is sold his vote for a drink of whisky and a dollar when in the sight of God you are worse than the man ou have degraded All this is degrading to the buyer and the bought And the people should frown it down We have good men but they will not force themselves on the people for any thing and they will not scramble I can recollect when it for office was an honor to be a magistrate Â¬ Dear Roundabout It is easier to say how anything and a greater honor to represent ones county When a place is to be filled it should be done by the people for not selecting the man the people to be compelled to It choose between two evils me it takes a great deal seems to of cheek for any one on a cold collar to announce himself for My idea is to let any position the people bring out the man and the man having elect him nothing to do with it but when elected go in with clean hands working for the good of the whole knowing no man or set of men which we all know has been done all along the line Our City Council several years ago repealed the hog law it is be- Â¬ lieved they did it to secure the votes of the hog owners so to day the town is one vast hog pen go where you will you see hogs A policeman told me to day he believed there were 2000 hogs in the city limits It is the only hog town of my knowledge in the United States and it is the capi Our mill is so tal of Kentucky beset with hogs we can hardly get in or out of it they are rootpavement ing up the street and alley way hunting the wasted wheat dropped from the wagons I ask the coming to the mill city what shall we do We must We pay our have protection Some of the citizens say taxes our mill is a nuisance and should be I ask removed out of the city which should be removed the mill or hogs The mill is manufactur Â¬ We pay ing the staff of life out 5250000 or 300000 per annum for wheat drawing trade here from all sections the bulk of the money being spent here Our weekly pay roll is now while running night and day over 300 Every which is spent right here week we are shipping flour to eight or nine States Those who own residences must remember that cities are made by manufac- Â¬ tories that residences must give way for these manufactories when Â¬ Â¬ they come The people here have No 5 Will say I never spent a depended too long on the drift more pleasant day even if I was pile and the Legislature and among the feeble minded And must look beyond this if they ex- will also say Frankfort never had pect to keep up with the go ahead in her midst a more clever set of world and must learn broad busi- men than the owners of the Grace Â¬ Iii Â¬ I Â¬ ness ideas also learn what it takes Some to constitute a nuisance idea of a nuisance would peoples soon scatter the town to the four winds and have it vanish into thin air The City Council is failing to look after the condition of the city as they should The chair street man of each committee commissioner city physician all are not doing what they should I have not aught against any of them They are filling the posi tions assigned them ana they should be faithful to their trust diligent and watchful to the interest of the whole city seeing that every thing is kept in good repair and nice condition trying to work in harmony as far as they can for the general good and advance ment of every portion of the city remembering we are one family The Council is looked up to as the city fathers and they must hear their childrens complaints and act wisely Having accepted the places they fill it is their duty as I look at it to sec that every thing is run iii systematic order not to wait until wrongs are pointed out I have been idle for some time so have had a chance to see more than if I had been en gaged in business 1 made arrangements the first of last week to go up the river Friday morning on the Grace Morris to Woodford Landing and Tyrone to look after the pur chasing of wheat at those points and found out just before starting that there was an excursion the same day of the children from the Feeble Minded Institute and I of course found myself one of them The owners of the boat had tendered Dr Stewart and family teachers attendants and children free of charge on the barge Annie a trip to Lock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Morris and the two Preston boys have known them all for years and they are gentlemen of the high est order and deserve full patronage from every one in the city They have gone to expense in getting up me Darge lor tlie Penent ot c cunion parties Let us patronize and fill it every trip To fill this letter to the usual length of former letters I will finish up on Dr Stewart wife teachers attendants children and the Feeble Minded Institute I never saw a seemingly happier family The Dr and his wife being the head he the head of the whole The children seemed I to be under perfect control formed the opinion that the wife was controlled by love for the Doctor the teachers and attend ants by love for them both the children by love for the whole They had a brass band composed of eight or nine boys and it is wonderful how good music they made They also sang a number I have heard it said of songs by people living in our midst that the State was throwing money away on these children Every one should be careful in expressing an opinion where the weal or woe even of one individual de pends on it It should be the object of every one to elevate his race to do good to be careful in our ex pressions unless it be for good remembering always that words fitly spoken are like apples of gold in pictures of silver I hear children are tiken into this institution almost idiots and in a few years are sent out into the world making their own living They are taught the boys the carpenters trade to make brpoms mattresses shoes and other things and also gardening The girls to sew cook wash and keep house Some of these boys and girls be I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m M Officer P F Smith has resigned his position on the police force LEGOITIPTE CARPENTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS A iENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS MEDICINES fcOHEMIOALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS - PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines Pure Wines uud Liquors for medicinal purposes 4 N v1 Personals Mr Gilbert Mistin lias returned trip to Ohio from a Miss Callie Chenattlt of Madison county s visiting Miss Sallie F Holt Miss Annie Johnson of Mt visiting Miss Carrie V Holt rCourler Journnl A Sterling is BUSINESS MISUNDERSTANDING Â¬ Judge V L for St Louis E r W fr- - P- - s i i l O Misses Mamie Savage and Mamie Slavin of Lexington ale visiting Mr Jas W phia News Explains Judge John V Harr of Louisville spent Welch of this city His Withdrawal Sunday in tliis city Miss Pauline Frazier went to Lexington Mrs Di S Collins is visiting relatives Mr Beall Waggener whose ac- Â¬ Thursday for a visit of several weeks to in Andeison county friends and relatives counts as business manager of the Miss Mattie Williamson is visiting friends Mr Carroll Walcutt returned home Mon Philadelphia News were recently in Alton this week day from a visit of two weeks to friends reported short writes his relatives Master Pat Hageity of Lexington spen in this city regarding the dispatch and relatives in Columbus Ohio Sunday in the city LU ttbltJLUJJL ICttJ in the press of the Past Chancelor W S Saffell and I G published Mr Wm Parker of Paris Ky was in Chas E Ellwanger went to Louisville country the city this week The statements made therein Thursday to take part in the Pythias Mr John Barr of Louisville is visiting Jubilee which was a grand success are absolutely false as all my We ago and those who visited it arose from failed tooften hear the lamentations of it would not growSt Paul six years stronger J Buford Hendrick invest because they thought Mr Landon Crittenden of Greenville friends know and much more But Hon J R Hum am of Richmond was Miss is in the city visiting his parents the bitter enmity which my associ- still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invent ates on the News have conceived it here because they have been so unfortunate ns not to see St Paul The country in the city on Thursday Mr and Mrs John Allen Crittenden just beginning St Paul years and what a in for some reason unknown is has before it to realize whatcity in the has donewith late size business and future Miss Mamie Scott left Wednesday for Old it There is no Union of Woodford for me its Miss Mamie Woolfolk future unless it was the fact that prospects where property is near ns cheap Sweet Springs Virginia who has been visiting Miss May to me county The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead Â¬ I complained so often to Mr Miss Bettie Uaslin returned Monday Bagby returned home on Wednesday Widener our backer that the ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself from a visit to Louisville Mr R Crittenden Todd of Louisville Highest Adlolnlne Highest Price per front Foot Population editorial expenses of the paper Acreage per ncre Residence Mrs Jane Egbert of Washington City who has been in the city several days visit Business rronertjr being respon- Â¬ Chicago were too great they 700 6000 750000 7000 ing his mother returned home Wednesday is isiting relatives in this city 240000 3000 350 2000 The simple truth Buffalo sible for them Misses Annie and Mamie Starlinc of Judge W II Holt and family returned 227000 1600 3500 500 always Cleveland is that the concern has Milwaukee 3000 200 1500 165000 Henderson who have been visiting Miss Monday from Escuhpia Springs as a Detroit been run as a firm and not 3000 300 2000 155000 Hendrick left Wednesday for Spring Mr Henry R Williams has retuined Jennie corporation and each member of Minneapolis 2000 300 3500 140000 Station home from Green Springs Ohio 300 1200 2000 140000 the firm when he wanted money St Paul City Kansas 300 5000 105000 3500 Mrs J J Brooks of Richmond is visit Mr Howard Jctt of Cynthiana visited was in the habit of going to the Indianapolis 300 800 150 90000 ing relatives in this city having been sum- cashier and getting it without re- Omaha relatives in this city on Thursday 5000 150 78000 1200 moned to the bedside of her sister Miss 1000 100 1100 50000 Misses Katie and Sallie Swope of Louisgard to the condition of his salary Toledo Dulnth Lizzie Jett 1500 100 1000 20000 ville are visiting Miss Katie Green Of course you know I was not the Mr P Heeney who has been visiting his cashier as the slip stated nor the Glazebrook of Louisville Mr Jas The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ brother Mr James Heeney in this city book keeper and that the books spent Sunday with friends in this city tre to oentre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and left yesterday afternoon for his home in were kept by the regular book- Â¬ have a common corporation line between them thorein These cities which in 1880 Mr Thos DeLime left Wednesday for a Memphis Tennessee keeper and cashier and not by me bad only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly business trip through the Eastern States Mr J F Lewis of Louisville who has at all Well as these books will nearer 150000 each and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Col Thomas Poore and wife returned been visiting relatives in this city and firm Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home Saturday from a trip to Cumberland Falls county for the past two weeks returned show each member of the over- Â¬ in the territory immediately tributary to there being four of us had Messrs Lewis E Harvic and John Harvie home Monday morning drawn his account one about have gone to St Clair Springs Michigan Mrs Alines H McClure who has been another 500 another 1100 Miss Louise Heller of this city will visiting her daughter Mrs Walter Kelly S 100 and I After I left the 250 spend the summei with friends in Cincin- in Hopkinsville for the last two months paper some of them said I had nati returned home Monday evening overdrawn my account and some of Mt Sterling Judge H Clay McKee Mr James A Edwards formerly with reporter stuck this item in the pawas in the city on business on Wednesday Messrs Crutcher Starks in this city per naming an amount which was last but recently of Shelbyville has removed to absurd but which no doubt Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Mrs Dr J D Woods left Thursday Fort Worth Kansas to reside seemed necessary to sustain his morning for a visit to relatives in Missis Of course the person Mr Theodore Bagby who has been on a sensation in sippi weeks to his parents who said I had overdrawn said visit of two or three Rev G F Bagby and wifereturned to his nothing about the others having Mr John M Stevenson of Georgetown relatives in this city this home in Kansas City Mo on Thursday ha been visiting done the same and thus the pub- The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put week Mrs Lucy Ward and children who have lication was made as against me it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast I went to town immediMr T J Mayhall had a slight attack of been visiting her parents Mr Jesse White alone apoplexy on Tuesday and since been quite house and wife in this city left Tuesday ately but could not fix the responmorning for their home in Jeffersonville sibility for the publication no one feeble on seeming to know where it came of the Anderson Indiana Mr Tommie Newman News spent Sunday with his mother in Dr R II Lochridge and wife of from or what inspired it and hav- Â¬ And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the Columbia South Carolina who have been ing published my denial in the this city Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling up more and more Miss Susie Barr of Louisville who has visiting Prof E A Fellmer and wife in afternoon papers of that day I and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still been visiting Mis Hendrick left Monday this city left Wednesday afternoon for placed the matter in the hands of larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are Lexington a lawyer who still has it in charge dally increasing ana u is rapiuiy Decoming ine centre oi tne for home I am at fault for I wife and Technically Mr Thos F Humphries Mr D M Bowtnar jr of Versailles assistant editor of the Sun was in town daughter who have been visiting friends should not have allowed any one his acin Syracuse New York and in Cincinnati of the firm to overdraw 7hursday Â¬ of Louisville is for the past month returned home Thurs count and that is the most unMiss Mattie Brown fortunate feature of the case visiting her sister Mrs W B Morgan day evening There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent Chas C Furr and T J Todd Messrs South Side G A All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city lett yesterday afternoon for Cincinnati to Mrs Letitia J Garrard who has been at ever and of the richest and will go Regular meeting of Albert G are working more strongly than the United being in the centre Minneapolis most rapidly developing part of States St Paul and the Dripping Springs for several weeks has join the King Fisher Club and No 33 Tuesday thence to Waucedah Michigan on a hunt Bacon Post returned home Business of evenintr August 2d ing and fishing excursion Mrs Kelly Bre it of Kansas City Mo importance is visiting the family of her biother Mr A B NORWOOD Jeit left Wednesday evening Mr Waggener Late Business Manager of the Philadel- Â¬ NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win Jjy Â¬ lllg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LP LS irnrnENSE TRADE Â¬ Â¬ The Third Railroad Centre the United States Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flt tile lean of Navigation itie Hiississippi Â¬ STOCK YARD Â¬ M mm BE ONE INDUSTRIES R Â¬ WILL SOON IMMENSE CITY J no B Lindsey Mr Will T Lindsey has been confined to his bed for several days with a severe attack of pleurisy Lt Com C C Todd and wife U S N are visiting Lt Todds parents Capt and Mrs Harry I Todd Miss Annette and Mr John Lonsdale of Hot Springs Ark are visiting the Misses Educational Commander Todd in Bellepoint Gen Scott Brown who has been very ill at his home in this county for several weeks is improving Mi L M Maus and children left Mon Â¬ IKse r day for their future home at Ft Schuyler near New Yotk City Miss Geeriug of Eminence who has left been visiting Miss Fannie Bullock Saturday for Midway Mr L B Warien and family left Tues- day for St Louis Mo wheie they will make their futuie home Miss Lizzie Jett of Richmond is very ill at the residence of her uncle Judge W L Jett on Shelby street Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor returned Monday from a two weeks visit to Ducker Station and Georgetown Mr Wm Harmon and wife of Cincinnati are visiting Mr Thos F Humphries and w ife on Third street Miss Phillips who lias been visiting the family of Judge Lindsay has returned to her home in Jefferson county Edwards of Messrs Will and John Woodford county have been in the city this week visiting the family of Rev G F Â¬ V Berberich Adft Programme condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that For the meeting of the County A Card the era of prosperity now upon the qity is to witness changes more astounding and Association at Mt Vernon Church more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of all whoso good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac Poe district on the first Saturday To the voteis of Fianklin county As I am engaged in the prac- quainted with her institutions in August We have a number Southern customers Opening Remarks T Hunter tice of medicine I have not made either been soldlarge at a largeofprofit in some cases and all their investments have out a canvass of the county and now Mnsic adopt this mode of informing my Essay Miss Annie Innes Address Good School houses friends that I will have some one Ceni at each voting place to supply A G Hodges with tickets on election day Essay Miss Maggie Downey them I have no money or whisky to Discipline R S Address give any voter but if the majority Or have largely advanced in value An investment made with moderate judgment Dinkel here is sure to net the owner from of the voters of the county wish ADJOURN me to represent them in the next 25 TO 100 Music Address Compulsory Educa- General Assembly I will do it to Respectthe best pf my ability tion T B Ford S F Smith ODIN G CLAY ItOBT B FRANKLIN fully Essay Miss Maggie Innes Frankfort Ky Address J W Douglas July 23 2t Closing Remarks H M Pols grove Ladies It is hoped that all teachers and In delicate health needing a friends who can will be present gentle yet effective laxative will Association will meet on find the California liquid fruit The GLOBE BUILDING the second Saturday the 13th at remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing to the taste acceptable to the the Mink RunAnderson school Â¬ Â¬ By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material Hiee Hrel Per Per nnnum Â¬ FEU CENT PER ANNUM Â¬ GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS 2vI3Sr3TBSOrr house We ask again that all the teachers notify us when the session begins The Teachers Institute will be held for Franklin county the last week in September lasting four Programme now in prepadays ration Â¬ Â¬ Bagby Countv Superintendent I stomach and perfectly safe in all IE3 XT Hi It is the most easily taken cases and pleasantly effective remedy known to cure and prevent cos REFERENCES BY PERMISSION to dispel headaches tiveness National Rank of Virginia colds and fevers and strengthen Farmers Bank of Kentucky Deposit Bank of Frankfort State Bank of Virginia the kidneys liver and bowels and Planters National Bank is therefore a favorite remedy with Branch Bank of Kentucky Richmond ladies For sale in 50 cent and Frankfort Ky bottles by 100 The Bank of Minnesota Chapman Gavle 45 im may 28 1 y St Paul Minn ST Va - ALwk m Lal h AfrM - AlL V 3uJl We dislike to criticise the actions of the City Council Goodness knows there are enough kickers who know better how to run the But we city than any body doubt the wisdom of the action taken last Tuesday night looking to the removal of the steel water pipe from the bridge On several occasions North Frankfort would have been without water and liable to the disaster of a large fire but Let it for the pipe in question only using it when stay of course absolutely necessary From present indications the politicians on both sides will hear something drop and drop hard in many places that they are not looking for on Monday next The independent voter is at large in the State and he is pluming himself on his liberty Our advice to the boys who have spare change that they are spoiling to put up is dont do it This is a bad year for speculations in that Look out for surprises in line more directions than one Wheat Show A splendid wide crossing is be ing laid down on Wapping street State of Kentucky in front of the Government build Office of Commissioner of Agri ing culture Horticulture and Â¬ Â¬ Bridgeport Cooler Copious showers Crop prospect brightening Every body wearing a broad grin Mrs Clem Parrent is very much Â¬ Two men under the influence of liquor made things lively on the Frankfort July 21st 18S7 by To the Fan nets of Kentucky South Side Thursday night firing off their pistols as they went With the view of obtaining Seed Wheat of the best varieties grown through the streets in the State the Annual Wheat Mrs Rosa Vcrtner Jeffrey of Show will be held at this office on Lexington will read an original the 25th day of August 1887 The following premiums will be poem at the next meeting of the awarded First and second pre- Â¬ Frankfort Literary Society on the miums at 15 and o each for 1 8th of August the following varieties viz No I Mr Richard Morris one of the Longberry red and white Each cleverest and best men in the sample must be sent in a separate marked with the name county is announced in another package exhibitor and the name of of the column as a candidate for Repre- the variety and the package may sentative of thjs county in the be sent by freight at the charge of this office Each sample must next Legislature contain not less than one half The attention of applicants for bushel It is my purpose to pur- Â¬ the positions of teachers in the chase a quantity of the Premium Public School is called to the ad- Wheat for distribution through vertisement of Mr W S De the members of the Legislature in the various counties honey Secretary of the Board of John F Davis Trustees in another column Commissioner Â¬ Â¬ Statistics better Little Mollie Roberts has been on the sick list for several days Mr Geo B Strepy made a fly ing visit to Shelbyville last Sunday Mr J M Parrent of Alton visited our burg a few days since Jimmie Farmer has been considerably worse since our last re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ port Miss Kate Payne has been employed to teach the South Benson school Mr R N Wade of Georgetown took in the village a few days since Miss Alma Scofield has been visiting friends at Alton during the past week Mr Ollie Scantland is erecting a dwelling house on his premises near this place Croquet is the favorite pastime with the young ladies and gentle men in this section Sowing turnip seed has been oc cupying the attention of all hands during the past few days Miss Nannie Branham of Shei byville is visiting her sister Mrs Julia Strepy who is sick Mr Jas F Scofield and daugh ter Miss Pearl of Shelby county looked in on us last Tuesday Mrs Annie Jenkins and children of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives in our midst The members of the Christian Church at this place are very much improving their house of worship Mr W F Russell is making some additions to his dwelling which will very much improve its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following changes been made in the Revenue officers imthis county to take effect MonM E Jett goes to J N day Blakemores and is succeeded by Mr Dan Glanton as night storekeeper at the Crow Capt Willis of Versailles succeeds Mr Z T Thomasson as storekeeper at the Hermitage the latter being laid off J Pickett Woodson goes to Cos in place of John Cochran Joe C S Blackburn jr who lays Â¬ Â¬ PARASOLS PA RASO You can buy a parasol for less have than cost at J Cos 46 Fam D Johnson A difficulty occurred in Belle point Thursday night between Ed Elliott a barber and a man by the name of Rodgers who lives in the country which resulted in the latter being badly cut in the abdomen by the former BABUA1NS BAKGAINS m Polsgrove on business We again give a few personal points after holding our peace for some time W D Hardin the popular Monterey merchant was in our place one day last week Mrs J A Head of Monterey and Mrs Geo W Lawrence two pleasant ladies visited the family of Mr J B Sanford several days last week Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Mattie Jones two of Frankforts most charming and fascinating belles have been visiting friends at this place for several weeks Capt John Hamilton was in town a few days ago making friends of every one he met With Bamet C Harrod as a deputy in this precinct the man who beats him is compelled to make the best effort of his life Owenton has had one of the grandest Democratic barbecues ever made in this Commonwealth as subscriptions were very liberal and a general ratification of the party was had The best talent of the State was there then Among them Wm C P Breckin ridge W B Fleming W C Owens S B Buckner J W Bryan Attila Cox E E Settle P W Hardin and others Every body present enjoyed the hospitality of Owens Democracy The Revs W B and P E Kavanaugh have just closed a pro- Â¬ tracted effort in trying to convict sinners and show them the way to a purer nobler and higher mode of life but their efforts seemed in vain and we think it will take an old fashioned cyclone or a man possessed with superior magnetism to arouse them to a sense of their Perhaps Bro standing Sam would be the proper man Jones as we know him to be a man of wonderful talent and when he turns his artillery loose sinners feel as if it would be best to find refuge in believing that God exists We have noticed recently that the mighty Courier Journal has taken occasion to compliment Evan E Settle Democratic nominee for Representative of Owen We have known Mr Settle from boyhood as a bright modest and able attorney and we are happy to hear him so pleasantly spoken of as our next Congressman from the Ashland district We would ad vise his opponents to be a little careful when in debate with him for when once aroused he is an inevitable buzz saw that might precipitate them into eternal oblivion He comes from a county whose Democracy no one will question and they will give him a majority never before seen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J B Sandford is in Louisville Lot of French Satines at cents per yard Sam D Johnson 46 25 off succeeds Grant Green jr Henry Duvall as storekeeper at the Crow and the latter lays off m Â¬ o Stoney Creek Co Deputy Sheriff Noel Gaines arrested a man on the Versailles pike near the city Thursday morning supposed to be Henry who murdered J A Colston Woolums in Scott county about a month ago and for whom a re ward of S200 was offered by the He was taken to Governor Georgetown that afternoon but proved not to be the party wanted Â¬ The weather still continues hot and dry Mr A J Greenwell has moved to his new home Mrs Mat Herrell visited Mrs Mary Brawner Wednesday Miss Roberta Smith visited Miss Alice Brawner Wednesday The tobacco worms are very numerous in Owen county There is much talk about the railroad and the Salvation Army Mr F M Conway has com- Â¬ pleted his ner house and moved in appearance Miss Alice Brawner visited friends and relatives on Flat Creek this week The Bald Knob boys were lost last Sunday night their girls were not at home Mr Nathan Moore while mow its well worked local columns over ing Mrs Mahala Smiths grass which our friend Hedden presides broke the mower Come again Colonel Mrs Charity Kennel has been very sick for several days but is The bottling house of the E some better at this writing H Taylor Jr Co on upper Tom and Louana Buford and Broadway was closed on Monday Earnest and Bessie Smith are on and Mr L B Warren who has the sick list this week had charge of it for the past four Mr Israel Rodgers and wife of years left Wednesday with his Shelby county Mrs visited family for St Louis Missouri to Mahala Smith Saturday and Sunday reside we aon t tninK mat mere is Quite a large party of Knights very much salvation about that of Pythias from this city went army as they are going to the picdown to Louisville on Thursday nics morning to attend the entertainMrs Mary Jane Moore of ment given by Mystic Division Bellepbint is visiting friends and No 22 of that city They had a relatives on Stoney Creek this week grand time all the way round Miss Lizette Brawner is very There are quite a number of the sad this week for her fellow is South Frankfort belles who have sick Miss Bertie Smith says she taken to bathing in the river every can sympathize with her afternoon They have adopted Misses Minnie Dalton and bathing suits and are rapidly learn Frances Moore visited Misses ing to swim as expertly as the Alice and Lizette Brawner last boys The old Herndon wharf is Saturday and Sunday Smith and Misses Roberta the rendezvous Louana Moore returned from A job lot of twelve quarter their visit at Frankfort on Mon Â¬ white quilts very cheap at day and would have liked to have Sam D Johnson stayed longer Cos 46 Â¬ Â¬ WW Hedden one of the editors of that bright any newsy paper the Mt Sterling Gazette was in the city on Wednesday last and made us a pleasant call The Gazette is a first class paper and no little of its popularity is due to Col J W Mr V G Sargent and wife left last Wednesday for Missouri where they will remain several weeks visiting relatives Mr John Collins and wife have been at Lawrenceburg several days this week visiting her brother Mr Sam Gaines who is danger ously ill Miss Maggie Perry of Ander son county who has been visiting friends and relatives in this neigh The St Clair street sewer will borhood during the past several be a first class one when completed weeks has returned home accompanied by her cousin Miss Annie Case Erysipe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Silas and Annie Miller aged one year Rev E Evans is out on the campaign doing some earnest work for the Republican State ticket Rev R H C Mitchell is out of the city too Guess he is on We all know his usual business is so I will not say what that Miss Lucy T Moore who has been visitingbcr aunt Mrs Elvira Crossland in Southern Kentucky for several weeks has returned looking quite well Wanted A first class boat builder to make a boat to con- Â¬ vey M Butcher D Gray R Hannar J Coleman L T Clark and others up Salt river next Mon Â¬ day night at low 1 2 We are at sea for language to ex Â¬ press ourselves against those saloon lounging whisky drinking hypocritical blab mouthed Church members For if there is such a thing as tough citizens they are the tough- Â¬ est They are like the beef steak that a hotel man gave his boarders to eat It was so tough they could not eat the gravy The ladies of the St Johns A M E Church were very success ful The church presented Misses Katie I Washburn and Fannie Miller each a gold ring for being the two most successful ladies in raising money for the church Miss Washburn received the first prize and Miss Fannie Miller the second prize The other ladies will be rewarded in the near future The Frankfort Literary Society favored the many who were out on Wednesday evening at St Johns A M E Church with a rich treat in orations declamations select reading and solos Solo by Miss Aggie Lee Select read Â¬ ing by Miss Cordelia B Willis Address by Rev G H Burks Select reading by Miss Katie I Washburn Instrumental solo by Mrs J Thomas Select reading by Mr E W Lane Solo by Miss Ophelia Price Select read Â¬ ing by Miss Patscy Reid There will be a joint meeting of the Literary and Missionary Socie- Â¬ ties next Wednesday evening at St Johns A M E Church No objections to public school teach- Â¬ ers attending We just say this so they may know that we would not turn them back They never come We did not know but whacthev were afraid to venture stay-at-hoÂ¬ f Armstrong of Inveterate las Cured 9 I 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 25 Dozen full regular made un- Â¬ Gentlemen Mv little daugh bleached balbriggan hose at 167 ter was sorely afflicted with ery Â¬ cents per pair sipelas every spring and fall for Co Sam D Johnson 46 eleven years continuing for about two months each attack It affect- Â¬ For Rent Blacksmith shop ed the whole skin surface with on upper Main street Apply to redness thickening of the skin C R Gresham Second street and often followed by a pustular near Shelby 46 eruption The physicians failed to relieve or arrest it For the celebrated Langtry grew worse every year but the case for eleven bustle go to years Co Sam D Johnson 46 At the beginning of one of her m the use of Â¬ spells I commenced Among the Colored Citi Swifts Specific In a few days it zens tjrought out a profuse pustula BY PEPPER POD eruption which in a few days passed away leaving the child Plenty of hot weather perfectly well and she has not Mrs Lizzie Fields is visiting her had an attack or a sympton of tlie brother in Zenia Ohio this week disease since now three years ago The Ladies Exchange meets to- and has been in perfect health night at Mrs Warrens on Mero Have given her a few bottles every every spring and fall and she has street had no return of the disease Rev R G Montague filled the I know that S S S cured her pulpit at St Johns A M E for she had it every fall and spring Church last Sunday from the age of three years to Misses Effie and Nora Williams thirteen years She is now six Â¬ of Lexington are visiting their teen years old and has not had a spell in three years Yours truly cousin Manda Mosbv Â¬ Â¬ J W Dunn Elder Burks is pastoring for all Bryantsville Ky Feb 28 87 three of the churches while the Treatise on Blood and Skin other divines are absent Diseases mailed free Great deal of whooping cough The Swift Specific Co one death Berry Miller son of Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga mmmm XHHMmmMmmmmimmmMwmmmm l i n mumtimmMmmmmmmmmm mmtmmmmmmmm g uwi AT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered ntthepost oftlccnt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GDORGE A LEWIS Editor anea FviTsllslier JULY HO FRANKFORT 1887 We wish it distinctly understood that we are no defendcrof the Rev Sam Jones and no Very special admirer of the noted evangelist but we must be pardoned when we say that a communication in the Western Argus of Thursday from the pen of that sprightly young writer Mr Will H New docs Mr Jones gross hall jr injustice in very many particulars In the first place our friend says that Mr Jones was piqued be- Â¬ cause of the size of his audience and was rude and discourteous enough to say ungentlemanly Now the exact things about it reverse was the case Mr Jones said it is true that he did not want to come to Frankfort and had only yielded to the importunities of Dr Kelly but he ex- Â¬ plained why he did not want to come and said he was worn out in body and mind and that he was neither in condition to do himself We fail or his audience justice to see any rudeness in this Â¬ Â¬ Again on the subject of Heavenly Recognition Mr Newhall leaves out the very best part Mr Jones said that he was indifferent to recognition in heaven what he wanted was recognition down here To have a man come to him when he was in sorrow and trouble and take his hand and say I am sorry for you I sym- Â¬ pathize with you and pray for you Thats the kind of recognition I want We think that the fling at Mr Jones veracity in saying that he had seen a man a brute to his child and a coward to a man is altogether uncalled for and gratuMr Newhall has only to itous keep his eyes and ears open to see and hear the same thing right here in this community Again in regard to the Courier Journal What Mr Jones did say was that it was a chestnut to say that that paper lied and not as our friend hasit that it is a chest- Â¬ nut to say it can tell the truth We have heard a number of gen- Â¬ tlemen who were present when the alleged expression was used in regard to the people of Henry county talk in regard to the mat- Â¬ ter and they bear out Mr Jones in his assertion that the statement Â¬ amusing to a looker on to read the accounts of the speeches and speakers as contained in the To read various political papers the Courier Journal you would think that that piercing glance that Buckner leveled at Bradley at Grayson utterly annihilated him flattened him out flatter than a pancake but lo and behold he bobs up serenely at his next ap pointment with his arithmetical to be problems still unsolved knocked into smithereens and hashed up into small pieces by McCreary withered and scorched by the simoon of Macs wrath at being accused of being rather shaky as to his position in 1862 And then Jimmie OBryan just takes his shillalah and whacks Mattie ODoherty over the pate and dances a regular break down over his defunct opponent And so on to the end of the list Now for the other side the golden streams of Bradleys logic and his sparkling eloquence back- Â¬ ed by the irrefragible testimony of Auditors statistics just take the wind out of Buckner at the first round scare him nearly to death and set him to playing the game of now you see it and now you dont While Misthur ODoherty is thrashing up the ground with the tall Sinatur from Kinton and daring any one to thread on his coat tail Truly politics is politics and is the cover and screen for some of the most outrageous lying that even Joe Mulhatten stands with hat in hand before It is An excursion train will be run by the Broadway Christian Church Lexington from that city to the Mammoth Cave on Tues Leaving Lex day August 16th ington at 700 a m on that day the party will arrive at the Cave at 5 p m in the afternoon Coaches will be run through and the party will arrive there in time for suppet and take the short On Wednes- Â¬ route in the Cave day the long route will be taken and the train leave at 945 Thurs- Â¬ day morning and arrive at Lex Â¬ ington at 615 p m The fare for the round trip will be but 650 and special low rates have been secured at the Mammoth Cave The Hotel and for Cave fees party is limited and those desiring to go should apply at once for Mr James Crutcher at tickets Starks will Messrs Crutcher fnrnish all necessary information Â¬ Â¬ STRAW HATS HALF PRICE Until Closed Out 300 HATS FOR 1 Â¬ 00 8100 HATS FOR 50 cents 50 cent HATS FOR 25 cents Grutgher Main Starks Street The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad have just issued circulars for one of their annual grand and unrivaled excursions to Old Point This excursion with all the latest Â¬ Â¬ o and most improved accessions to the pleasure of the excursionists is to start from Lexingtnn on Thursday next August 4th at 230 p m DO YOU We WANT THE EARTH we will give you the best Now is the time to run away for a few days from the cares and cant give you that but Our old friend John E Kirtley having returned home from Eddy ville to stay has gone into busi- Â¬ ness in this city He and Mr G C Hughes of the Forks of Elk horn have purchased the stock of goods of Mr A H Waggoner the Broadway street grocer and have formed a partnership to conduct the grocery business at the stand formerly occupied by Mr Waggoner If you want straight fair dealing where you will get your moneys worth every time full weight Kirtley Hughes is the place to go Mr Hughes is an old merchant who has been in business at the Forks for years Heres success to the new firm Â¬ annoyances of business and home enjoy the scenery of the wilds of West Virginia inhale the salt breezes and bathe in the swelling surf at Old Point All this and much more are pro- Â¬ vided for you by this road at the astonishingly low price of gio For tickets c apply to G W Barney Lexington Ky m Gents Shoe for i 300 200 2150 in the city 11 i 11 Ladies Kid Boot for 200 - it i i OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION-- A I SI A K ATSI IKE T S large stock and prices to suit the times A tremendous crowd of Cincin- Â¬ nati and Lexington toughs took almost complete possession of the High Bridge Camp meeting on Sunday and together with their lewd female companions turned thejplace into anything but a reli- Â¬ gious gathering Bourbon county will vote next Saturday upon the question of subscribing 250000 to the capital stock of the Paris Georgetown Frankfort Railroad Â¬ R K MCCLURR J C MASTIN G H MASTIN MASTIN BROS -- DKALKRS IN- - Farming Implements 331 Main St U5i d Field Seeds Buggies Wagons a HARDWARE HJ-J 1IJLAJ lPLflJlfflMlffi msbcaine uo l lea mGusrmiw aanesung -- 0 Xnts for the S w ft rsMowers WE KEEP IN STOCK- - OLD HICKORY WAGONS HAY RAKES The freaks of the rain clouds for the last few days have been if Â¬ was false Now we take it that Mr Jones is just about as itiuoceit as the v managing editor of the great but filthy journal The flings at matters that are sacred that have appeared in the columns of the great daily lately have aroused a too long latent sense of disgust and indignation in the breasts of the Christian and decent people of Mr Miles in his letter in the State and that paper had better heed the mutterings of the another column speaks of the coming storm That paper can weal or woe of an individual be made and ought to be a clean and the intelligent compositor set it up heel or toe This evidently sheet There are other matters that we was the effect of a dancing picnic might speak of here but we do recently attended not desire to weary our readers Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati in this regard We are sorry that our friend Newhall has placed is at the Capital Hotel to day If his professional services himself in the attitude he has by you need you can not consult a more perfect his article gentleman or skillful physician Shoot the man that says its hot Dont forget to go and see him Â¬ any thing more remarkable than usual One day last week it rain ed at Col Peppers track and there was not a drop in town On Sat- Â¬ urday evening there was a splendid rain at Lexington and two miles from town there was not a On Sunday there was a drop heavy rain at Georgetown ex Â¬ tending as far down as Stamping Ground while at Newtown four miles from Georgetown every thing was as dry as powder The be- Â¬ 2 oclock train on Monday tween Paynes and Frankfort ran through three showers Â¬ G AUTER -- CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Cultivators Single and Double Shovel Plows Cutting Boxes Lawn Mowers Grain Cradles Scythes Sneads Binder Twine and everything needed by Formers Prices on nil implements guaranteed to be ns low as same can bo bought anywhere FOR SALE SALESMEN of the Best Located Resi One Â¬ dences in South Frankfort To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS ioou salary and Expenses or Commission Per Â¬ and and lot on the corner of Cross and guaranteed Address at DR manent employment Main streets The lot contains ahout two acres SN ELI HOWLAND once statins age and the house Is In good repair There are apple Nurserymen St Louis Mo July9 2m peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell roses and a green house planted with roses and FOR SALE HOUSES AND heated with Hltchlugs apparatus Feb 2My improved hot water Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ street and theLoulsvllle Turnpike In South Frankfort as follows 1 The house and lot now occupied by S C Hull 2 The house and lot north of nndudjolnlng Col Subletts lot 3 The vacant lot adjoining the lust named lot For particulars Inquire of Dr Sam James or JOHN U THE LOTS FRONTING ON TERMS EASY Apply to Dn W H HALL BUGGIES SURRYS JNO SIM HARNESS LINDSEY May 28 2m NEW TRANSFER LINE 1 THE NEARLY OPPOSITECarriageFARMERS BANK Ky work repaired and painted JJQUIN Apr lG lm LEWIS STREET FOR SALE BY LeCompte July23 ly Carpenter SOUTH SIDE DRUGGISTS 25 cents passenger and valise or satchel US cents pusscngegand 1 trunk GO cents 1 passenger and 2 trunks TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT 50 cents 2 passengers and 1 trunk of 111 health I offer my farm of 1G3 acres GO cents 2 passengers and 2 trunks lying on the Lawrenceburg pike three miles from bargain Children 5 years old and under 9 will be charged Frankfort for sale privately at a E PARRENT J Where there are 5 cunts In addition to above June 11 tf jt several children charges will be reasonable Baggage will be transferred In wagon Fishing parties picnics Ac will receive prompt attention at reasonable rates Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange Hullorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of Â¬ Holmes OF 0 CRUTCHER CO fice and A 11 Waggoners Grocery Store on THE FIRM Frankfort R Kentucky 1 grocers Is this day Broadway dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring W 13 LUCKETT O R Crutcher assumes all the liabilities and Telephone 81 all linn of 0 r Orders may also be left at LeCompte Carpan will collect Co accounts dueO the CRUTCHER R Crutcher 4 R terB South Side Drug Store JulySKt WM 1 FARM FOR SALE 1TOTIOE May 2Klui JORDAN s n 91 mmmmmm ffrxjjl TT -- m m FRANKFORT FRANKFORT 5 ROUNDABOUT JULY 30 1887 s To tlie Readers of the Roundabout Â¬ Smoko the White Wing Cigar nt 7 5m LeCompte Carpenters We arc having a gopd deal of complaint From subscribers in regard to the non receipt of their We would be glad if any papers subscribers to the Roundabout avIio do not receive their papers would inform us that we may have the matter attended to at Â¬ You are most respectfully in formed that as the agent for the celebrated musical emporium of D H Baldwin Co I have established 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 instruments and most cordially in vite all who want a piano or an The Republicans for the first organ to call and examine the same and learn the prices before time in many years have not organized a club and no steps purchasing elsewhere Wm M Culter Agent have been taken looking that way Â¬ Â¬ Editor Roundabout Judge Craddock remarked in an old fashioned Bourbon speech at the court house Thursday night that every Democrat who failed to vote the straight Democratic ticket is a skunk Well well Judge I find a great many skunks around this morning If you do not look sharp your coon will be driven out of his den A Life Long Democrat Great Reduction H Alfred B Read Esq of this For paints oils brushes and glass county has been granted a pension Ladles scissors curving knives at at hard time prices see Gray as a veteran of the Mexican war 43 Church hurdware merchants the hardware house of 43 Gkay Church Mr Wm Jordan will open a The Steamer Grace Morris and first class family grocery next Mr Alex T Todd left Wed her excursion barge Annie seem nesday morning for Indianapolis to be doing a land office business week in the room in Odd Fellows Indiana to accept the position of On Sunday there was a large Temple under the Roundaijout book keeper in the office of crowd on board who went to office Messrs Blanton Watson Old Stock Counter at half price Lock No 5 returning by 7 at K K McClures 2 t p m On Tuesday The Democrats of this city and oclock m county will have their last grand evening again there was another Frankfort Kv large party who had the string July 26 1887 J Â¬ rally of the campaign at the courtband on board going to Clifton Editor Roundabout Hon house to night W C On the 1 8th instant I had the Owens Judge Wm Lindsay The music was very much enjoyed misfortune to lose my house and Evan E Settle Esq and others by all I was inall its contents by fire will address themeeting sured in the Rhode Island Under Col Joe Mulhattan the won- Â¬ m writers Company Messrs Payne Water coolers and ice cream freez Â¬ derful was in the city Wednesday Berry Agents On the 23d inGray Churches and announced his intention of go stant I received checks from the ers at cost at 43 ing to Georgia next week for the agents for the full amount of the The Underwriters Insurance purpose of annihilating the man policy I most cheerfully recomCompany of Rhode Island through who wrote up the steel areolite mend this company and their gentlemanly agents Messrs Payne Messrs Payne Berry agents in with heiroglyphics upon it said to Berry to the confidence of all this city on Saturday paid to Mr have fallen in that State last week who may desire insurance They F M Conway 725 the amount He says he will make him weep will certainly do you justice every of insurance upon his residence as he had cleaned up Tom Ochil- time I also wish to take destroyed last week by fire tree in Texas with one swoop of to return my grateful this occasion thanks to all his pen those who manifested their sympa- Â¬ For pocket table and butcher thy so grandly for me in my knives you can have a large stock to The following is the score of the troubles God bless all of them select from at low prices at Spring Hill Gun Club at the shoot Yours truly 43 Gray Churchs on Friday July 22 the targets F M Conway Messrs Wayland Graham Sam being a possible 25 Knoxville Syrup of Figs Bull jr Tom Stagg and Paul black birds 18 yards rise only by the Califor Â¬ Sawyier have gone to the High K Taylor 15 Manufactured 21 G F Berry San Francisco 16 R P Pepper jr 16 nia Fig Syrup Co Bridge to camp out for a week or JLPrice is Natures Own True Laxa- Â¬ 12 J N Abraraa R Church 17 Cal It is the most easily taken 12 R Morris 16 tive so They went as far as Clifton L Cox 19 E E Hurce 15 and the most pleasantly effective J C Mastin on the Grace Morris and the rest S R Smith 14 Thos Church 10 remedy known to cleanse the system costive of the way in skiffs Kenner Taylor won the medal when bilious orand fevers to todispel headaches colds cure The New Era Clothes Washer is and Capt Newt Abraham has the habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 going out fast People are delighted best average of the season bottles by Chapman Gayle tf with them See Gray Church 43 An entertainment was given by For Sale or Rent A frame cottage of four rooms hall double A very pleasant entertainment the young ladies Cooking Club of All of our white dress goods on porches cellar well of good water was given to the neighboring the Woodlake neighborhood in the yard and stable on the prem- consisting of India linens Paris young people on Wednesday Thursday evening at the hand- Â¬ ises Also two lots 50 by 100 muslins and check and stripe night by Mr and Mrs Cabell some residence of Mr J E Scott feet Apply at this office muslin will be closed out at very 46 tf low prices Conway Campbell street South Several young people of this city Weitzel ODonnell Side 49 It was greatly enjoyed by attended and had a delightful For Sale A morticing ma time all present and was kept up until chine scroll sawand set of clamps I just purchased a large stock of as good as new Apply to a late hour silks and will offer them at very low The Democrats organized a m prices Call and see them 46 tf Willis L Wayts Every Our friend Con E Collins Buckner club at the court house yard guaranteed at A Harris St Esq late ot this city but now of on Thursday night The attendWanted A young Sfirl to Clair street 39 learn tailoring Apply at 506 Hot Springs Ark and Treasurer ance was very slim and the proWe have marked down all goods 46 of the Phoenix Gold and Silver jectors were rather blue over it Main street in our store and if you want cheap men and Mining Company is home for a The cry goes up for For Rent Three unfurnished goods call and see us short rest and made us a pleasant money rooms Apply to Mrs Sheffer Weitzel ODonnell 45 Richardson Campbell street near call on Saturday We are glad to The Young Ladies Swimming Shelby LOOK 46 tf learn that the prospects for his School is a fixed fact It has company are first class Con is a Every poultry raiser should A fresh lot of syrup of figs ju t re Â¬ come to stay at least through the keep on hand a gentleman all over bottle of Ganters ceived at Lecompte it Carpenters hot weather The place selected Chicken Cholera Cure It is guar South Suk 3D The Order of Cincinnatus will and arranged with safety rope anteed to cure Sold by Gents come and look at our LeCompte Carpenter give their annual celebration be c is at the old and classic back plaited front iaundried shirt at j5i It can ginning next Monday August 1st of Browns sand bar be bought in the city We have the best 50 cents and for lessnot than Si 25 and continuing thirty days Sun1 corset ever sold 75 cents and Weitzel ODonnell Our people seem to be utterly in the city 45 days excluded The great drama WEITZEL ODONNELL of Rome under Nero will be indifferent to the political situa- Â¬ A Singer sewing machine given 45 away with -- oup at W L Tetts presented for the whole of that tion and the frantic cries of the For cheap sugars call on J G res hams old stand 41 period in a manner that has never bosses that the grand old Com- Â¬ Heeney South Side 44 monwealth is in danger of going heretofore been attempted for Orders for Drennon Water received We have some eletjant kid demnition bow wows magnificence and splendor at W L Jetts Sou tit Side The to the i 40 ii r ytuves 111 an tuiuia lur s cents Kentucky Central railroad will sell dont alarm them worth a copper and 1 Buy your binding twine for reaping excursion tickets from all stations Weitzel ODONNELL 45 machines of O R Crutcher Co Editor Roundabout which will be good for five days 39 I heard a Democrat remark this For hats and bonnets A Harris An illustrated libretto of forty morning 1 don t want to vote Emporium is headquarters 3D Towels napkins and table linen pages has been issued for general for Scott yet I have to because I marked way down at Best unlaundried shirt ever am a Democrat and am compelled distribution cents at 45 Weitzel ODonnells in slavery to party sold for 62 Bound Apply to S F B Morse Gen- Â¬ to ODonnells 45 Weitzel ties Independence of American For Scotch ginghams satteen bat eral Passenger Agent for informa citizenship where hast flown iste and lawns call at A Harris Qf Apply to Mastin Bros for tibn and for the libretto An Old Democvat Clair street once Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 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 Laces Laces Laces Call and see what duced prices Medicia Torchon Val Chantilla we have and we will give you Antique and the largest assorted stock some great bargains of Hamburgs just received at A Har WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 ris St Clair street 39 m Call and see our cheap line of Hams sides shoulders lard ladies childrens and misses hose beef veal mutton lamb sausage WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 etc at C W H Fincels 41 tf Try a box of C S Mocha My white goods stock consists of and Java mixed coffee at Judea linen mulls French nainsook Heeneys J 44 in plaids and stripes of every design t m from the foreign looms Notice You will find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ All those knowing themselves 39 indebted to the firm of Wakefield ris St Clair street West are requested to come For Sale A good second hand forward and settle their accounts piano for sale at a bargain Apply at either by the cash or notes at this office 29 tf once The business of the firm In my dress goods stock you will must be settled immediately and find some of the choicest materials in if necessary placed in the hands all shades and patterns Therefore ii of a lawyer you wish to purchase examine my J M Wakefield 45 2t stock before going elsewhere Re member the place A Harris St Nothing more delicious than a 39 cup of Chase Sanborns Mocha Clair street Do not fail to examine my stock of and Java mixed coffee for sale by hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ J Heeney South Side 44 member the place A Harris St Clair Street 39 Blue Lick Water fresh from the m Parasols und fans in all shades and Springs on draught at LeCompte styles at very low prices at A Harris Carpenters 36 St Clair street 39 m Meat Meat Meat Cheap Mastin Bros keep the best machine Cheap Cheap At C W oil Price 00 cents per gallon 40 H Fincels C W H Fincel will sell you a For Rent Store rooms good nice sweet ham low 36 tf location rents low Try the celebrated Eureka Springs C W H Fincel 41 tf Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Â¬ m 34 tf Binding twine for reapers for sale by man Gavles m O R Crutcher Co The Hey wood is the best baby car Â¬ 39 riage made For sale by R Rogers For Sailor Hats Sailor hats at 32 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair My corsets for 40 cents can not be street 39 beat in the world for the price Call We have a large line of white and see them at A Harris St JClair and colored bed spreads which street 39 we are going to sell at very low Get a Hey wood baby carriage of R prices Rogers they are the best in the Weitzel ODonnell 45 market 32 You can buy any parasol in our MATTERNS best Photographs stock at one half the cost price as of all sizes reduced to halt price we are going to sell them out R Rogers has the best baby carri Â¬ Weitzel ODonnell 45 age manufactured the Heywood m Car load of Old Hickory Wagons 32 m just received by Mastin Bros The Heywood baby carriage the 43 best made for sale at R Rogers 32 m Â¬ Fon Runt The store in Odd Fel Â¬ lows Temple now occupied by Sam D Johnson Co Possession given June 1st 1887 Apply to E A Fullmer CWn Corporate Committee 1 Buy you a Pennsylvania Lawn Mower the best in the world from Mastin Bros m The best Soda Water in the world with ice cream in it at Chapman Gayles Place your farms and town lots for sale with Wm P Scott He will advertise them thoroughly m tf tucky twine Mastin Bros sole agents for Ken Â¬ River Mills hemp binder 30 Fou Rent A two story frame residence with five rooms and cellar on the corner of Logan and Campbell streets Gas in the hoiwe and water in the yard Apply to W C Hern don When Bby wu sick we Rre her CutorU When she was a Child tho cried for CMtoria When alio became Miss she clang to Cstorift When she had Children she gTO them CMtorU Not wishing to carry any stock over for fall I offer to the publio my entire stock of dry goods no 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 St Olair Street A HARRIS 1 30 storage 43 39 Blood Orange Kmpsons Ginger Ale and Drennon Water constantly on tap at W L Jetts South Side 40 mi - Letter from Iflr Darsle 8o Boston July Worcester st 25 1887 1 I 3 1 9 V Dcm Roundabout Lack of opportunity and not lack of inclination explains my long silence At the same time you have not needed my poor scribbling to make your paper interesting Interesting is hardly the word to describe the Rounda bout since the railroad issue was on Lively is better It made a rousing appeal Its weekly apPURELY VEGETABLE pearance was a trnmpet call to the H act with extraordinary efficacy on tht citizens of Franklin county and I TIVEIt KDNEYt doubt not its bold and able advocacy of the new project did much and in bringing about the splendid AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR majority by which the railroad Malaria Bowel Complaint Dyspepsia Sick Headache measure carried Accept my Constipation BiUonsness hearty congratulations on the vicKidney Affection Jaundice Tax payer Mental Depression CoUor tory won It means a future both for Frankfort and Franklin county Letter from Zeke Yocum May it be but the first step of a long and unbroken series of steps Craw Ky July 1887 Ho Household Should be Without It Progress and life go forward Dear Nephew nndbybeingkept ready lor Immediate use Decay and death hand in hand Will you publish this card will save many an hour of suffering and are the certain doom of a commu many a dollar In time and doctors bills notice to the public THERE IS BUT ONE refuses to advance nity that It Im informed that some good does my heart good to know that SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR people have taken offense at some the dear old capital city among So that you get til genuine with red Z articles of mine in your paper George Darsie on front of Wrapper Prepared only by the hills has by an overwhelming Â¬ Now I want it distinctly underJHZEILIN V CO Sole Proprietors vote resolved to live Philadelphia Pa PRICE SIOO Jetts Ky July 27 1887 stood that I never intended to I hear that you are having it hot wound or hurt the feelings of any in old Kentucky this summer and Editor Roundabout I only write for amusement one The following notice has been for that matter all over the west If any one who is offended will call I want to record my sent out by the sheriff of Franklin and south at my office in the moral end of appreciation of the summer county under instruction of the Craw I will privately or publicly weather at least of Boston In Auditor of State A similar one apologize If this is not satisfac- Â¬ OF CINCINNATI OHIO former letters I expressed myself has been received by the writer tory gentlemen I will refer you WILL BE AT THE from the sheriff of Woodford in terms of strong condemnation county though not quite so man- to the Code of Honor Any comconcerning the winters here It is munications intended for Mr Yobut just then to praise Boston datory IN FRANKFORT KY cum will receive prompt attention notice weather where I can and certainly SATURDAY JULY 30 1887 Sir Your State and county by being handed to my friend it is high praise to be able to say A Nameless Case SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1887 If Judge Dan Moore with two thirds of the summer tax for the year 1887 is SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 WANTED THE PHOTOGRAPHS My case has been a very curious one for gone that we have had in all thus not paid before September 1st At inteivals of far but four really hot days They 1887 six per cent will be added of every poor man in Franklin and about thirteen years attacked with about one week I would be spells After September 1st your prop- Shelby counties who is oppoced to of severe anil most cxciutiating pain als were at the beginning of this Federal aid ways in the of month At all other times the erty will be advertised and sold for Kentucky to the school fund of neys commencing would region go my kid Bleeding blind or itching The pain upward Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars thtn days and nights have been thor- Â¬ amount of taxes due thereon and affect my body and head and seemed 1ven to sufferer or any charity he may designate Si 00 REWARD John W Gaines oughly enjoyable Delightful sea to penetrate my very eye balls dealing the or any ease of Piles I cannot cure by the BHINK to the man that will find a Demo- most intense suffering lasting about eight ERHOFF SYSTEM Sheriff breezes have fanned our cheeks NO KNIFE IS USED Now tax payers is this not crat who will own up that he voted hours each spell all kinds of medicine with almost daily And there is noth Â¬ I resorted to NO LIGATURE IS USED Consistent out benefit Several doctors treated my ing that makes summer so agree- refreshing for a hot summer day for Horace Greeley party they first vote for Jeff case but none j ave relief I finally used LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED able as the bracing breath of old The first citizens of the country NO CHLOROFORM IS USED B B B as an experiment and to my utter You can detect a sea ho have always paid their taxes Davis and then for Greeley ocean astonishment all pain and suffering vanish In Shelby county there are two ed aftei using three doses To the present FISTULA IN ANO breeze the moment it begins to are threatened in advance with Is cured candidates for the Legislature time I have used three bottles and not a blow even at midnight You a levy on their property ad FISSURES returned I do nut dont have to consult a weather vertisement and sale of same namely J M Puckett and one pain has ever matter neither couldknow what was the my Cured without cutting or tearing Jerry Long Puckett voted men physician name vane You have only to consult Are we living in an oligarchy the complaint The B B your nose You smell the salt in in this great Democratic State and money and fought to sustain B acted finely and powerfully upon my ULCERATION CATARRH my appetite has the atmosphere and as the breeze of Kentucky Gen Hewitt is the government he is called an kidneys constitution built up been splendid Of the bowel cured and my rapidly continues a delicious invigoration the father of this law and Abolitionist Long voted for men Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Â¬ K THOMAS larly for nearly three jears unil the niuny cures possesses you and a consciousness an applicant for your ballots and money but was afraid to fight Constitution Ga May 6 1886 lie has made among the wealthy and Influential citizens are sufficient evidence of his success that it is filling you with new life on Monday next This is Demo hes a good Democrat It Is now a well established fact that many dis Â¬ Our east winds in winter and cratic dictatorshp Vnimpeaclied Integrity eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder pay your WANTED MADE BY SOME GOOD womb and nervous system are either caused or spring are simply detestable They taxes or we will immediately sell BLACKSMITH ONE IRON BAND I am 55 Broke down twelve years ago aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ are the chief peril to health They you out We are glad to know for the head of one of the county and have not been able to woik since LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER REFERENCES bring influenza pneumonia and this before the election Shall we officials of Franklin county about Have lost proper action of my hips and Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky legs For five years scrotplpus sores have A II McClure Frankfort Ky rheumatism in their wings But scratch him We shall and two inches wide Please make it appeared on my scalp OT nose and Col D L Sublett Eranklort Ky at in midsummer they are the chief others on same State ticket O about the size of a small summer same time my eyesight began to fail and Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky W 1 Hughes Be quick about it or his for three years have been comparatively J II McKenzleFrankfort Ky blessing of life All our ills fold ye gods it is glorious to be a turnip Versailles Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 37ft blind Have been treated by eminent phy their tents like Arabs and silently Democrat and live under a Demo- head will burst When it is done West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he sicians of different schools cure steal away when the briny cratic administration It is said please leave it at Burns wood yard I have taken five bottles of without a made may be found every day of each week EXCEPT B B B whom the gods wish to destroy on the Owen pike in passing he at Atlanta Ga and all scrofulous sores breath of ocean begins to blow PEIDA1S AND SATUEDAYS x ou wouia naraiy oeiieve me they first make mad A large will get it Take his receipt for are gradually healing Inflammation about Pamphlets describing these diseases and this my eyes has there is some were I to say that during probably majority is doubtless conceded same Tresent your claim to improvementdisappeared and Am very much mode of treatment sent free to uny one by ad Â¬ dressing in my vision half the nights in July one riding and has been a reality too long for Gen Hewitt who will give you an benefited and relieved and becin to feel M D on a street car in Boston would the health of the body politic order to Mr Tate He will cash like a boy again feel good My strength W I KELLEY and activity are returning in my legs and 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 not have been uncomfortable in a What have the people to pay it if that amount is in the treasury hips The B B B acts vigorously upon CONSULTATION FREE light overcoat a In fact I must say their taxes with Wheat and corn Cost of said band is not to exceed my Kidneys and the great quantity or mat J that if this summer as far as it below the cost of production and 10 cents If said band prevents ter that has been forced out through the Dec 26 ly is has gone is a fair sample give me other things in proportion Two his official head from exploding skinodorutterly inci edible often so 1offensive in as to Boston every time for a summer tax gatherers in one year The the party who furnishes it will be all business men produce nausea Ga refer to of LaUrange arbitrary and mandatory threat supported the balance of his days P JKOPHILL resort LaGrange Ga January 13 1880 And yet strange to say the pay your taxes September 1st by those of the cpunty who opcity is almost deserted by the next or your property will be ad posed the railroad tax All who desire full information about the SEMI If the citizens of Frankfort cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula THE TWENTY THIRD begin ANNUAL SES wealthy classes during the sum vertised and sold for taxes Is of this school will this the Balm in Gilead to be would have a boom all they have and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores mer months You can go by Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh whole squares on Beacon street administered as a soothing remedy to do is to assist Mr E P Bryan etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Monday Sept 12 1887 Commonwealth avenue and other for a suffering people 40000 by taking stock in the Frankfort 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled Mrs T M Turner will have charge of the Primary Department Terms per session of well-to-d- o sections where the majority Ye menials stand to Heating Company find gas elect with the most wonderful and startling proof twenty weeks ever before known front doors and windows are the orders of your rulers You him your mayor organize stock Classical Department 887 60 Addres BLOOD BALM CO all boarded up the sign that the have heard of the trials of the Tay- companies for manufacturing purJuly23 mi Atlanta Ga Intermediate Department 25 00 We desire occupants are in their summer lor company to poses elect my friend Dan Lind Primary Department 20 00 For Rent A brick house con- Â¬ cottages or at some summer hotel inaugurate something similar all sey to the Legislature who will jy2 2ro T M TURNER Prin at Hull Nantasket Old Orchard over the State But Mr Hewitt get an appropriation for building a taining six rooms Inquire of Logan McKfe or elsewhere up or down the will say this is a law passed by new State House Stop sending NEW PLANING MILL 42tf 432 St Clair street coast It seems to me strange the Legislature of Kentucky but little one horse politicians who PUysiclnns nave Fonnrt Ont that it should be so Ones own let me say at his instigation The force themselves to the front with M law making power of Kentucky mean whisky and by begging for That a contaminating and foreign element in home with all the comforts of life the blood developed by indigestion is the around him is always pleasanter has been berated and justly so the office telling us they want to cause of rheumatism This settles upon the Havingreoently added to IiIb Establishment in endurable weather than anv for years not only by the public be vindicated that they dont want sensitive sub cutaneous covering of the mus other spot The stuffiness of a press but by sensible men every the office its vindication they are cles and ligaments of the Joints causing con First Clnss Planing Mill cottage and the noise and bustle of where as being a corrupt and after Gen Lindsey is a man of stant and shining pain and aggregating as a calcareous chalky deposit which produces Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of a summer hotel are only desirable incompetent With Liqdsey in the Legis stirfness and distortion of thejolnts No fact legislative body heft when they give a coolness which But it will be said the people are lature and L P Bryan as Mayor which experience has demonstrated in regard to Ilostettors Stomach Bitter has stronger of Frankfort all would be well cannot be had elsewhere And responsible for this SahDoorBlind3FamcMoJdin2 evidence to support thun this namely that so when wealthy Bostonians go This is partly true Political this medicine of comprehensive nuts checks SALVATION ARMY NEEDED NEAR tho formidable- and atrocious disease nor is away from home for the summer shysters and deadbeats are conALSO itlessposltlvoly established that it is prefer HATTON KY arrest it often used I must conclude that it is for tinually pressing themselves forLast week there was a picnic able to tho poisons contulns onlytosalutary In Scroll Work Stair Work since the medicine Turning other purposes than those of com- Â¬ ward willing to get down into the near this place at which there was gredients It Is also a signal remedy for malarial fevers constipation dysnopsia fort gutter of corruption and fraud to some dancing some eating and a kidney and bludder ailments debility and Gottenlout In the best style other disorders gee that you ret the genuine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Things in the religious line are very quiet now and many churches are closed It is quite the thing for the popular minister of Boston to cross the ocean for his summer vacation But with my experience of the Boston climate I should think if a minister wanted to get out of the city and take his needed annual rest the winter is the time It passes my knowledge of all that is reasonable and proper to see ministers running away just when the city has beI come fully enjoyable shall certainly stand at my post through all the summer months and if I make a visit it will be in the fall I thank you for the information that I am to be in Frankfort next I may possibly make a month little run in that direction during September but certainly not in August And I may not make any visit at all But I must not weary your readers with a long letter Glad to say that this leaves us both in good health With cordial greet ings to our many friends in dear old Frankfort I am ever trulv vours Â¬ Â¬ get office aided by court house cliques and money and thus the people the sovereigns of the State are defeated in the conservative efforts they are making for good and wise legislation I have it from evidence which will not be doubted and which is at hand that the sheriff of Shelby county said to Auditor Hewitt It will ruin my people to pay this tax September 1st next Shelby was doubtful as to her instructions Hewitt said you and your court house clique carry Shelby for me and I will give you a stay in the collection of your taxes How many other counties have been won by similar prom- Â¬ ises We write this that the people may know what is going on and that they may act accordingly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wonderful amount of whisky drinking Late that evening there was ten Baptists and four Camp bellites drunk the Methodists being in the minority ran from the grounds One old Baptist and a Camp bellite got into a discussion on the design of baptism both of whom were very feeble having drank One more whisky than soup Methodist said to the other they will discuss the mode of baptism You soon we had better go know Bro Starks that Baptists are hard on us about the mode So they left and left when sober the others to fight it out in regard to the design of immersion Late in the evening therewas a general row in which pistols stones clubs and other missies of death were drawn one poor cripple was knocked down All of which happened in the presence of the Sheriff of Shelby No arrest was attempted county by said officer In my next I will give you the facts in full So soon as the Salvation Army converts Craw and some more in Frankfort please send them to Hatton On their way to Hatton get them to stop one week at Benson Not less than two weeks at Hatton will do any good Please furnish the army with a copy of your paper containing Good bye dear nephew this is my last letter before the this election Im now at Reuben Sebrees old stand near Stone Kitchen Zeke Yocum 4 J Bowels Dr W I Kelley CAPITAL HOTEL Â¬ PILES Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dumei insiiiuie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J WAKEFIELD Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J aMfatu AwsiJjrtJMLJJiwtiiJiMi jr 1j1 M ti Hi The Frankfort Literary Society Will hold its second public meet- Â¬ ing on Thursday night August For the RouNninocT J 7 Old Voices nr s s c No sweeter sound was ever heard From bnbblliiK brook or throat of bird None sweeter hath my heart eer stirred Than this around me ringing It nils the air like chime or bells And many a tale the music tells It Is the old folks slngliu The programme is nearly completed already and will em1 8 Â¬ Sw yi brace some distinguished people and some choice things The disRosa tinguished poetess Mrs Vertner Jeffries of Lexington has been requested to contribute Sam an original poem Capt Gaines is preparing a paper on the London Literary Club in the days of Johnson and Goldsmith Robert Burns Wilson will read an original poem prepared for the occasion Mrs Wade wife of the proprietor of Buhrs Hotel has consented to read a choice selection four talented young men will debate the question who is the greatest living man Col Tom Ford will read a Â¬ The voices rising sweet and cleir A quaver there a ripple here Like song birds In the glad new year When nil the world Is ringing My mothers dear tolce leads the song My father follows deep and strong And grandpa too ts singing I fall to wonder as I hear The song break on my listening ear Why uged people have no fear Of death ut lifes beginning fornngel voices scarce can be Much sweeter In a symphony Than these old voices singing The regular State election takes place Monday We understand that the reason Col E C Wents trilobite was mashed on his recent visit to Cincinnati was that it had eyes and he was afraid it would see too poem entitled Frankforts Sec- Â¬ much ond Century Miss Kate Shipp The Colored Baptist Church of Woodford will prepare and at Bridgeport was destroyed by read a poem on the Centennial fire on Thursday night The con Miss Clara Stafford Miss Nellie gregation had just gotten the build Orbison and Prof Will Heffner ing in good repair and had it will grace the whole of the exer--cise- s neatly furnished The building with songs and the wholef and furniture was a total loss with the proceedings are expected to no insurance Supposed to be the be in harmony with the broad and work of an incendiary elevating basis upon which the A fire occurred at Georgetown society has been founded This society will soon become Wednesday morning destroying one of the most agreeable features five of the handsomest business of Frankfort and is destined to houses in the place We regret bring together in beautiful har- Â¬ to say that the office of the mony the entire talent and culture Georgetown Times one of the of the capital city and the sur- Â¬ best conducted country papers in rounding country and fill a want the State was also destroyed that has been felt for half a cen- Â¬ This is the second time in the last tury We know of no one thing ten years that Bro Bell has met calculated to do more general good with the same misfortune but we in elevating and purifying public hope soon to see him on his feet and private thoughts than these again and his paper come forth monthly meetings of our most brighter and newsier than ever cultivated people engaged in the Mr L L Anderson of Louissingle work of diffusing pure litera- Â¬ ville has been presented a hand- Â¬ ture and morality and thus eleva- some gold medal by the North- Â¬ ting the standard of enlightened western Mutual Insurance ComWe thought among our people pany for having secured the wish the society great success in largest number of policies for that pushing forward this noble work company during the year The and hazard nothing in predicting compliment could not have been for it a harvest of usefulness bestowed upon a cleverer gentlewhich at this time can scarcely man or one who is better posted be imagined and having these in life insurance He is a hustler views of its purposes we commend and can convince a man of the it to our citizens young and old great importance of keeping him male and female as worthy of self well insured in half the time their patronage and support an ordinary agent would take Let this next meeting be a grand one We understand Col Jno L Scott has called upon Prof E C Went The smallest telegraph soundto deliver a lecture to the Frank- Â¬ er ever made is on exhibition in fort Literary Society upon his re- Â¬ the show window of Mr Phil searches on geology in and for this Selbert on St Clair street It is OFFICIAL SCORE county and his general knowledge only about one inch long a half AB R IB PO A E Fbankfoht We of that subject in the State fi 2 4 3 2 inch wide and half an inch in hope the Professor will decide Hudson ss Buttimer 2b eighth and is perfect in all its favorably in 4 5 11 the matter and set a Shoppnrd Itc 1 4 0 Dehoney parts day soon that his friends may show Snider lb 4 0 0 It was manufactured by J H their appreciation for the man by Newman 3b 4 3 1 0 0 o 4 0 2 Merchant p Brunnell in New York for Mr 1 1 4 0 0 2 being present in full force to hear Gordon rf Chas E Taylor the old time tel4 2 0 1 Nelhou cf him A rare treat is it store if egrapher and manager of the the Professor accepts 38 9 10 Totals l IS Western Union Telegraph office AB K IB PO A E Lexinciton 4 0 4 0 Brown ss Base Ball in this city and is intended to be 4 0 2 3 Bane 2b 11 Small as worn as a watch charm 1 1 4 The Lexington and Frankfort Conover p 0 0 1 i 1 1 it is Mr Taylor has attached it to Base Ball Clubs will play a regular FantnellIf c 4 Jewell the wires and received messages 4 Armstrong 2 2 0 1 match game at Lake Park this Storms lb cf 1 4 2 with it Its voice is weak but it Downing rf afternoon at three oclock gets there all the same McCnrty 3b The Georgetown Club failed to i 10 21 30 10 11 Total in Lexing There was a called meeting of meet their engagement 3 4 5 0 7 T Innings Monday and in this city on 12 the City Council Thursday even ton on 4 0 1 2 0 2 Frankfort we understand they Lexington 0 1 0 3 2 2 010 ing to investigate charges of undue Tuesday but new pitcher and secured a Earned runs Frankfort 3 Lexington discrimination against an officer have catcher from Cincinnati and will 3 Two base hits Hudson Shoppurd preferred against Chief of Police Three base Bane Fantnell Downhig hits Buttimer Merchant Conover First Pat Lillis by ex officer P F Smith finish out the season 3 base on Frankfort The Frankfort Club went to Struck errors Merchant 5 4 Lexington 7 Conover out The charges were not sustained Hudson 1 plays Gordon and Mr Lillis was unanimously Lexington Friday afternoon and Doublo balls -- Slieppard and Fantnell IS 2 Passed played a seven inning game but Armstrong 4 Wild pitches Merchant 1 acquitted were robbed of the victory by the Conover 2 Base on balls Frankfort 2 Time of game 150 Umpire Hutltuuu There was a splendid rain at rank decisions of W W Huff Monday election day man President of the Blue Grass Woodlake Monday afternoon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ League who officiated as umpire The game opened with Hudson at the bat He got first on a hit when Buttimer knocked the ball over the right field fence for a home run A boy threw the ball in and it was fielded to heme plate in time to cut Buttimer off and the umpire declared him out After that the Frankforts scored three unearned runs The Lexingtons were blanked in their half of the second and the Frankforts were retired in one three order Lexingtons two scored one run on three errors and a hit In the third the Frankforts made one run on a hit a passed ball and a put out The Lexingtons were blanked After two men were out in the fourth Hudson and Buttimer scored on errors and a two bagger by Shephard In the Lexingtons half is where the umpire was the rankest giving five runs to the Lexingtons on an error and two foul hits one for two bases and one for three Hudson the captain of the Frank- Â¬ forts called his men off the field and was willing to forfeit the game when he saw he had no chance to win but manager Gordon thought he had more to say than the cap Â¬ tain and ordered the men to play under protest of his captain In the fifth the Frankforts were blanked being completely rattled by the umpire The Lexingtons scored two unearned runs In the sixth the Frankforts earned two runs on hits by Nel- Â¬ son Hudson and Buttimer Hud- Â¬ sons being a two bagger and scoring on Buttimers single The Lexingtons scored two runs after two men were out on a three bagger a two bagger and a sin- Â¬ gle earning both The Frankforts were blanked in The Lexingtons the the seventh same In the eighth Merchant hit the first ball pitched for a three-bagge- r Gordon secured his base on who foolishly a hit to Brown home when the runner on threw third had not started Hudson missed the ball three times but got first on the catchers error With three men on bases and Buttimer at bat and every prospect of the Frankforts winning umpire Huffman called the game on account of rain when the crowd yelled for it to be fin- Â¬ ished Â¬ JACOB 8WMERT F V JRAY JACOB SWIGERT Succesiors to F 0 Hughes CO GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS Eepresentiner the following Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE MPfmuAHSUKANCE NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION London FRANKFORT KY V on Tllwo WAifS Manchester Brooklyn HMiTvXpn phfnxhihe coXHVCTwrr Hartford Ihlladelnhla 4 754342 7Bn awvm mm 4910483 l iih4t2 AMERICAN WASHINGTON F M ORIENT AMERICAN CENTRAL IIAMBURU BREMEN H0tJ Hartford St Louis rermany 1810273 1551953 1172793 10AJ5S4 100265503 June 18 ly Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING The Best nl Bellepolnt SLICKER mn Waterproof Coat i Tha FISH BBANDBLICKEB If warranted waterproof and will keep yon dry In - r ih - hrr1at tiwm Ti mm Dnmtv o ill vmowvimmi m pvicvt ntiiog- tba ana coTtn tbo entire taddlo Beware of Imitation Nona genuine without coal Han Brand trade mark Illustrated Catalonia free A J Tower Bciton Mm The residence Born to the wife of W S Clark Mrs C E Ward on corner a son Main and Wilkinson streets The municipal election comes Frankfort For terms apply off in Bellepoint on Monday jy 21 im John T Buckley for several days Miss Annie Mastin has been on the sick list for a week past Mr R L Grinstead went to Louisville on business yesterday Mr Thos Honaker of Louisville is on a visit to friends in the city Whooping cough fever and chills are taking the place of Belle ill For Rent of of in to quite Miss Mary Capeless has been a Sam D Johnson Co will sell you a pair of Silk Mitts for 20 cents 56 Louisville Tobacco Market FUItNJSIIED BT OLOVEB DOBBETT PBO- PBIETOKS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- nOUSE E Â¬ Sales on ourmnrket for the week just closed amount to 3623 hhds with re ceipts for the same period of 3746 hhds Snles on our market since Jnnunry 1st point amount to 78616 hhds This hm been Two of C P Nichols children the Banner week of the yenr for Burley Sevprnl hnfralipmla Ed and Louisa are sick of tobacco2400 to 2800 per hundredintra jr11 from and one malarial fever hogshead as high as 3050 per 100 All grades of Burley have in Miss Jennie Conoway of Bald advance We advance participated on the quotations all Knob has been visiting her grade The following quotations fairly repre mother in Bellepoint sent our market for Burley Tobacco Mrs Merchant and her daughter Dark Trash 500 to 700 700 to 950 Jennie of Louisville are visiting Colory Trash not colory 700 to 950 the family of R L Grinstead on Common Lugs Colory Lugs 950 to 1400 Kentucky avenue Bellepoint Common Leaf not colory 950 to 1300 Good Leaf 1300 to 2000 A pleasant sociable at Mrs M Fine Leaf 2000 to 3050 Â¬ Â¬ m L Todds Thursday evening The dancing was kept up until a late hour and all enjoyed themselves to the utmost The wonderful Healing Â¬ properties ofDarbys Pro phylactic Fluid in case of of Accidents for Burns Scalds Cuts Wounds etc Its prompt use will invariably re- Â¬ lieve pain promote healing and prevent Erysipelas Gangrene or Proud Flesh Owing to the cleansing and purifying qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate Ulcers Boils Carbuncles and Running Sores are rendered pure and healthy and speedily cured no other application being neces sary 45 im Â¬ The Rev J N Chesnutt the new rector of the Episcopal Church arrived here on Sunday morning last from Louisville Ky his former parish Mr Chesnutt comes to Chadron with the highest testimonials from both clergy and laity He is an earnest enthusiastic worker an eloquent preacher and we extend to him a hearty He is accompanied by welcome his wife and family and occupies for the present the Kelley cottage corner of Morehead and Fifth streets Grace Episcopal Mission have Â¬ counters for sale 45 One show caso and two or three Apply to It K sicClure 511 340 10 000 110 5 rented the Eckles building two RICHARD MORRIS Â¬ 11 001 11 111 801 411 200 411 101 09 11 doors north of the Chapen house IS A CANDIDATE IOH on Main street and are now fitting it up in a comfortable manner so In as to hold regular service until the of Franklin county1S87 the next Legislature ut the election August 1 new church is completed Services to will be held there on next Sunday morning at 1030 oclock and in POSITIONS AS the evening at 8 oclock At the jM PPLICANTS Clt0HSchool are hereby TEACH ers In the untitled thit they will be examined by a Hoard of Examin morning service holy communion ers on Tueitdu Anust It 1W7 commeuclim ut will be administered the new rec Â¬ 10 oclock a in In the otllce of the Superintend ent at the Clt Mhool Uiilldi- utor Rev J X Chesnutt officiat Â¬ By order of the Hoard W S DEHONEY Seey ing Strangers invited Seats free Frankfort Ky July 28 1837 n Clnxdnm Nebraska Demoaat Hotioe Teaoiiors Â¬ Â¬ 2MOTIOE Â¬ Â¬ The btgtnulug ofdUease ia a alight debility or disorder osome of the vital organs the stomach the Her or tho bowels usually There are dyspeptic symptoms the lhorU troublesome the skin grows tawney and un Â¬ healthy looking there are pains In ths right side or through the right shoulder blade Tlu climax Is often an utter prostration of tho physical energies perhaps a fatal Issue But If the dlttlculty Is met In time with liostetterJ Stomach Bitters which Is always etlectUe as a remedy aud It should be resorted to at an early stage there will bo no reason to ap prehend those Injurious subsequent effects upon the system otten entailed by entirely Far better Is It also to em cureddlseases iiloy Oils hafe remedial agent In lever and ague aud other malarial complaints tnaa qulume aud other potent drugs which eea when they do prove effectual tor a time rum tU stomach aud impair the general health TIm Beginning of tne End WEST HAVINtl RETIHED of Waketleld Wet all debts due the Ilrm ire iaable to me and all parties aie rcuuesteil to come turuud and settle at once as I desire to close up the business of the ilrm J 51 WAKEFIELD Illlj 9 1 111 ISAAC T MHIroin the ilrm m DISSOICTTIOIT OF WAKEFIELD qHE LUMHElt FIRM has been dlssoUed West ut Frankfort Is140 T West Waketleld will and he alone the Ilrm aud joes out of the Ilrm James M conduct the business as heretofore Is authorized to collect debts due will pat all Us debts In making this announcement James M Wukelleld takes this occasion to return his thanks to the public JAMES i and for their liberal patronage extended heretofore and solicits a continuance of public confidence aud patronage M June 23 1 in WAKEFIELD w T V Mi llf V FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT which left them with an empty Colored State Normal School building is going up very satisfactorily and we understand that it will be ready for the roof Messrs by the 1st of September Cryer the conMinor Finnell tractors arc thoroughly reliable men and first class mechanics and when their job is done it will be well done they do not slight The Â¬ anything they undertake Pea Ridge Vegetation improved rains by the Hay stacking and wheat thresh- Â¬ ing in progress Pea Ridge Sunday school had a picnic last Saturday Prayer meeting every Wednes- Â¬ day night Every one invited Mr Sam Tracy of Shelby county paid a visit to the Ridge this week The Salvation Army invaded the Ridge and captured the hearts of our people Mrs Lucy Tracy and Mrs Ellen Dennis have been on the sick list this week Mr W Sargent and wife left last Wednesday for Kansas City and other western points Thieves buy votes Fools sell votes Are you one The two officers of the S A accompanied by Miss Merchant visited friends on the Ridge last Wednesday Ignorance if you want to know who John L Scott is go to the next meeting of the Frankfort Lit- Â¬ erary Society and see the daisy presiding officer Thats him Our worthy turnpike board have decided to open our new pike on Sh P LIGHT E CLASSEN keg and a dime This fairly illustrates the liquor traffic under the most favorable The public is hereby notified thati from Sirs Aildle jiirrett circumstances and the result is an istratrix bought Wliltesldes deceased his admin of E entire Interest In the empty keg and a dime Years ago when whisky was Furniture ro Undertaking fifteen cents a drink in Lawrence burg and ten cents in Alton four miles and a half distant processions of pilgrims used to come And have sold one half Interest In my business to from Lawrenceburg to Alton to S get the cheapest liquor Among -DEALERS IN- them was a professor of finance And hereafter the style of the firm will be whose theory was that as five Gas Closets cents was saved every time he took DEHONEY a drink it was clear that the more STATEN c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and drinks he took the richer he got And the business will be continued at the old stand Contract Work All work Guaranteed No 218 St Clair street Whltesldes Staten and if the man or the liquor did not ofMay 8 tf JOS T STATEN give out it was only a question of No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky- time when he could retire rich Mar 12 Coal While arguing his theory in a grog shop in an excited manner he reached for a scale weight to give KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED force to his remarks when he ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full was promptly shot dead by liis Weight Bottom Prices Â¬ NOTIGE BUSINESS LIGHT CLAASSEN Â¬ PEAOTIOAL Plumbers Gas Steam Fitters Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks W DEHONEY Choic Cheap j no- T 4VIT11 THE- - BTJCfele3T S auditor The local option people then said that the theory should never again be tested in Alton The following letter from Zeke Yocums old comrade explains it- Â¬ self Telephone connection No 30 CEO B MACHLIXT FRANKFORT KY STILL AHEAD fi will Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in HHhHSkSkj Ill M Clayhatchie Coffee Co LABAMA 1 OE COLLINS DEALERS IN BR0 J wwa DlivjisLimp AND H the first of August There is a short jap yet to be built through Mr W M Crutchers Local Option Committee Louis ville Remember this next Mon day The sale of liquor is not a necessity in five districts of the county oji Sunday What maks it a necessity in the sixth Some comical genius distributed hand bills at our picnic which contained an invitation to go to G W Bakers and get a square meal for twenty cents An advertisement of that kincfris useless among people who have just assisted at a Pea Ridge picnic Pepper Pod it is sad to see men climbing Fort Hill with kegs of beer on Sunday but would it not be easier to stop the sale of liquor on Sunday than to build an elevator A city friend says sellon Sunday is necessary ing liquor in town because excursions by So we train and boat land here have to run saloons on Sunday to accommodate excursions and run excursions to accommodate saloons What a double faced jug gle It is to be hoped that our people who all heartily dislike convict labor will not vote for those who favor it next Monday There are three other tickets to choose from all opposed to convict labor The Democratic State candidates have no claim on Franklin county Not one delegate was elected to represent this county in the State Convention When the friends of temperance and federal education were turned out what have they got left Is the best part inside or out Two partners bought a stock of goods and a forty dollar keg of 1 he whisky and had a dime left man with the dime told his partner to tap the keg and sell him a No sooner said than done drink Then the other partner made the same request and the dime changed hands again and so they kept trading doing a cash business till the liquor was gone Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Dent Friend I have just read the last four Glad to see that Roundabouts you have got the railroad I like to hear of Frankfort being improved I assisted to improve it years ago by repairing a bridge to the music of the Yankee cannon I should have written before but I have just come back from the Blue and Gray reunion on the battlefield of Gettysburg I never was treated better by any set of men in my life than by our old enemies They seemed to try their best to make us have a pleasant time They took us all over the field and showed us the places where the different divisions of each side stood but the place is so much altered monuments of the various commands being built I easilv recog all over the field nized the three poplar trees from behind which Zeke Yocum and I captured two prisoners But the place that interested me most was the stone wall right at the corner where we charged with Pickett Zeke remembers all that day that Just as we were ready about to move Bill Martin said Say Zeke if you get killed may I have your blanket Zeke had a very fine homespun blanket that the boys used to tease him about Poor Bill I think he was about the first of our command killed If any one doubts the courage of our regiment let him look at the Cowan battery monument and read the inscription upon it Double canister at ten yards This is sufficient to prove the valor of both sides A most interesting incident was where the Yankees got into the position they held so bravely years ago and we Rebs walked past and shook hands with them all across the fence that divided us 24 years ago I do so wish Zeke had been there Tell him that the old 13th Alabama sent him their regards that is what is left of us for Gettysburg altered our numbers from 750 to 2 officers and 42 men We propose to invite the blues to come and celebrate next year with us in Alabama Love to my old comrade Zeke Yours Â¬ Â¬ GENERAL IiHBI fell Imm HARDWARE Fancy and Building Material Blacksmiths Goods The Of all descriptions Paints Oil Glass Lime Cement and Waffoa Makers Material hir ckest1 STOVES stocz GRATES Milii IK HlRln8illl MPfi ffirBHrii 11 f pi 1 i 4 m r p FRANKFORT Feb 24 tf Iron Field Seeds Harness srd a fine new Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases line of Wall Paper and Decorations And at prices that cannot be dupli Â¬ Cor and at very lowest pi ices cated ever seen in one House in Broadway aud Lewis Streets Frankfort before Dont for- Â¬ get the place KENTUCKY JNO T BUCKLEY 1 St Clair Street F U MA JOB ATTOKNKY AT H iHHnira mr AW FKAXKFOJtT KY PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln CarrollTHE CIRCUIT COURTS iallatln Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and In the Kederil Court Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Fropriotor Manufacturer and Denier in WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w STEAM ENGINE BOILERS Distillery Mill ana Agricultural Machinery Heal Estate Agent THE COURTS OF WILL and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims aud the negotiation of loans Office opposite PRACTICE IN DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly ARent for June 25 ly JAS A E33STO I2STEI JbJTI BoiXjiEiEe sroiEeiKis ana Columbus Steam Pumps --- iS Attended to TX JAS ANDKEW SCOTT VIOLETT JSBND FOR PRIQB LIST 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky SCOTT VIOLETT TXQTS FRANKFORT Ate KENTUCKY Wr H G MATTERNSi CAPITAL GateT IjMfe I W T atffr T oMST COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties stairs In the Duvall Building Jan 22 tf DR J OFFICE S COLLINS ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STEEET OPP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas MAIN STREET DENTIST PORTRAITS -- Itf CRAYON lp 3 jE US s3li AlH AND ALSO- - L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN PHOTOGRAPHS Of mm iBta Rsmranvsiiraan 5 sffiS COMPTOT MACKLI1T all Sizes at Eeduced Frioe IRUIHIETOIIH Henry Wilson Elkhorn Roller Mills HAVE THE FULL R ROGERS DEALER IN- - liUMBUUffifijjjjlMytK The Babies Cry for It And the old folks laugh when they find that the pleasant California HOLLER AND MANUFACTUHE liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and more of the best grades of trie best beneficial in its action than bitter Six Flour made in the World nauseous medicines It is a most valuable family remedy to act on OIllceA wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Siuaie the bowels to cleanse the system SYSTEM FURNITURE COFFINS AC A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN oTRKKT COMPLETE LINE OF Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and all Kinds of Shirts Made to Order BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY FRANKFORT Â¬ and to dispel colds headaches and I fevers Manufactured only by the F California Fig Syrup Co San MEETS EVERY MON Francisco California CAPITAL LODOENOC Visiting brothers cordially invited Gayle For Sale by Chapman JAS MURRAY N G 0 0 Sec 42 im J Williams April 17 tf R All the litet styie furniture constantly In stok BUILDING LOT 60 BY 835 OR 340 offered for sale at u bargain For tejrmn apply at this office iebSSO tf AfiOOD mmmmmmmmsm