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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTrrrrwWT1Hrrf T5nPSJE iT7 rrynfr rTfFwwtmrTfiy r The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X JOHN E KIRTLEY FRANKFORT KY AUGUST 6 1887 Number 47 GEO C HUGHES KIRTLEY -- Successors to A H WAGGONER HUGHES C ZDZEXjIEilESS I3ST- - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES -- JT THIH- - LOWEST CASH PRICES 324 BROADWAY STREET The public are respectfu y invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing KIRTLEY Original Tobacco Thoughts Having reference from topping time until stripping time BY DIAMOND I HUGHES Â¬ Â¬ HENTLEV Now the green tobacco fields are In the flowery blooiri And purple flowers cover the plants with her blooms Where the purple flowers sink beneath the dews weight y lays and never And the golden waits strlped-tobaeeo-ll- silvery dew And the starry Heavens are hid from the skies of blue Where the evnlug stur raises green tobacco leaves at bay And the morning star brings golden sun to wilt that day Where the purple rainbow Is pictured with sliver Where the golden sunlight rolls sparkling dew at night And the green tinctured worm Is still on the bite Where the green tobacco worm goes Into the ground And soon a fly In the purple twilight all around Where the golden striped fly sips Jlinpsou flowers so true Which Is never a flower until falling rain or dew Where the golden striped fly never lays In sun shine or dark When the purple twilight rolls her darkness they fly under bark Where the green tobacco leaves are dipped with Â¬ never stops Where the green tobacco leaves are dipped from the dews of the moonlight And the green leaves wilt from the uniihaied dews of starlight Where the golden sunlight sparkles betwixt to And then green tobacco worm loves to bite and drops baccolrows And the white and golden clouds flash as the wind blows Where the noontide sun makes green tobacco leaves bow And the winds and clouds fan the laborers brow Where the beaming sun colors green tobacco like gold And the green tobacco worm stops biting so bold Where the golden leaf Is In the barn the worm Is not asleep When the purple Heaven blows her freezing breath worms will weep Where tobacco barns have rolled In her llrey flames at night Slipshod agents often thought It was a bite Where sound headed agents have canceled the policy right The golden leaves will never roll In the llrey llames at night Communicated Harp Ky July 27 1887 Editor Roundabout In your issue of 23d inst is a communication from Mr John E Miles who announces himself to be quietly rusticating near Jett Station Whilst his brow is being fanned by the gentle vesper breezes and his pleasant retreat in the cool hall rendered him at ease with himself a calm quietness overcomes him and allows him to draw in the wanderings of his busy mind Thus pleasantly situated he indulges in a few reveries of the One would naturalpassing time from the surroundly suppose ings described that all bitter feeling and rancor would be suppressed and expressions of animosity be held in abeyance So fearful was Mr M that this kind pleasant feeling into which he had been ushered would not be appreciated he prefaces hi1 I hope letter with the remark no one will take offense for none is We accept Mr Ms meant statement that no offense is meant and what he has said is but the reflections of a mind once distracted and confused over a rigid railroad canvass but now after the first flush of victory has passed and the smoke of the battle no longer obscures the horizon and the second sober thoughts have resumed their natural sway quiet and calm with good will for all Accepting his own statement of good will and freedom from de sire to offend let us in the same spirit anahze and traverse h s ter of the 23d Mr M in beginning his com failed to look one munication grand thought square in the face namely There are two sides to every question and each man has the right to think and reason upon the subject for himself The whole tenor of his reasoning is a great big straight I and a little bit of a crooked u The questions as presented by Mr M were all discussed and in telligently discussed by and among the citizens of Benson Bald Knob Flat Creek and Peaks Mill probably a good while before that worthy gentleman thought of them They have not sprung Minerva like from the mighty Jupiters brain as he fain would have us believe And nothing would be said now in reply were it not that he has allowed statements to creep into his letter that are not only discreditable to himself but casting a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ slur on a people as warm gener- Â¬ ous and as hignly cultured as himself or his peers at which we cannot take offense as none was We will not review any meant of the arguments of the railroad question either pro or con That is settled Not a man in the precincts named and that have incurred the gentlemans displeasure under the of no offense guise but what realizes the importance of upholding his own interest by aiding his county by taxation or otherwise That people State county or city whose multiplied interests are unified for the promotion of the general welfare are the most prosperous and happy The prosperity of communities differ in relation to their topography While the same intelli Â¬ gence and industry may character ize the one as does the other surrounding circumstances vary the results This is particularly true of Franklin county One portion of the county has a very fertile soil com paratively level and is easily culti vated while the other is hilly soil thin and very difficult to cultivate Where would one expect to find of the greatest accumulation wealth and consequently greater amount of revenue for county purYet Mr M seems to poses think it very grievous that Bald Knob only pays 1500 per year into the public coffers and the rich districts so much more Ah the three precincts Bald Knob Ben son and Peaks Mill received in i8S6J 16000 in the way tf im provement and this thought so dis turbs the equanimity of the gentle mans calm thoughts that he ex claims with injured innocence why object to our using 150006 of the public money The three precincts mentioned are fifty years old and have been paying their proportion of public clues in all that time For fifty years they existed without turn pikes and without public improve ments of any kind while other Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ portions of the county were being developed absorbing all the public funds All appeals for help in these precincts were utterly ignored until all the best portions were aided all they wanted Then some one in Frankfort began to realize the great value of the hilly country and turnpikes were built reaching out into them and these pikes although not one of them is completed have brought to the trade of Frankfort from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars worth of produce annually from each precinct Now the advantages and bene fits derived from these roads have been as great to the city of Frank fort as to the districts through which they run We all feel and know their value and would not be deprived of them by any means But if the business men of Frankfort want 150000 of the public money every time we are allowed a pike by all means we will do without the pike Mr M says we pay three fifths Directof the tax of the county ly they do indirectly they do not Did not the farmers of the county by their labor and sweat support the trade of Frankfort the mer chants would not be able to pay any tax The merchant as a middle man is a non producer He is a con venience but not a necessity Non producers pay no tax of themselves only as they receive Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of the 6th of July Nor do we do so now The unjust aspersion heaped upon us because of our opposition to the railroad the indecent fling made by some for our lack of educational facilities and this last attack upon us for our poverty asks a hearing at your hands Mr M thought the railroad cause so righteous that he does not hesitate to tell us in the columns of the Roundabout that he used his money to corrupt those who would not heed his specious He told us if we did arguments not vote for the road he would move his mill from Frankfort and the large vote against the road had in view the idea that if the railroad failed Miles would go and all hoped the road would fail So we think he is not the one to villify or condemn us for any part taken by us in the matter The very men he condemns are the men who have made him what he is J C Wilson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Phew Aint it hot LEOOOIPTE k UHIEI KY SOUTH FRANKFORT DRUGGISTS AND- - it from others PHARMACEUTISTS A Â¬ The farmer is compelled to trade with a merchant and allow him a iENLRAL ASSORTMENT OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sufficient profit to meet the wants of himself and family and pay his taxes while he must pay his tax from what is left after deducting merchants profits So take away Benson Bale Knob Peaks Mill and the other precincts that cast their vote against the railroad Frankfort would cease to pay tax or be a city We think it utterly useless to cast any bitter reflection upon Frankfort for her part in the work DKUG3 MEDICINES OHEMIOALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully com founded Pntenl Medicine Pure Wines und Liquors for medicinal purposes gBjBBBBpBHiPBIiPIPJPPBIHBPPBPWBBBPWiW FQ ijii Personals Mrs Eloise i - I W 1 Dr W II Hall and daughter There was a certain young man are visiting at the home of Mrs in our vicinity that went to see his Mr Grant Green was in Lexincton this Halls parents Mr and Mrs James Simms girl Sunday and she wasnt at week near Cynthiana Turning away sadly he1 home Mr Peter Jett has been confined to bed Misses Henrietta Blackburn of Spring determined to go to Sunday for the past week Station mut Nettie Everett of Maysville school Mr J Hite Miller of Louisville spent spent a few days this week with Mis3 Sunday in the city There was a large attendance at Laura Craddock the Stoney Creek Sunday school I L Thorotun of Versailles was Hon Mr Walter Evans and wife of Indi last Sunday She can boast of in the city this week anapolis Ind who have been visitng in and Mr Chas IcCompte returned Wednesday this city the past month returned home her many bright scholars punctual attendance thanks to her from Los Angeles Cal yesterday evening M Wakefield managers J Dr S J Husli of Louisville is in the Mr Albert H Crutcher formerly of Belle Brawner and L B Witt Frances city visiting his parents Point but now a lawyer of Los Angeles Mr Fred Sears of Nicholatvillc spent a Cal is on a visit to his parents Col J N FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT Crutcher and wife fewdajsin town his week Warm and dry Mr Vincent Perkins who has been U Miss Annie Evanof Louisville is visit- Â¬ We often henr the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and S Storekeeper at Cochrans Dislilleiy for ing Mr Henry H Williams Stock water scarce failed to invest because they thought it would not grow touch more But stronger still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and foil to invest has returned from some time returned to his home at Vance Mr Sam Hull jr Vegetation drying up it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country burg on Sunday night camping out at High llridgc is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what n future Wheat threshing all the go Mrs J F Lewis who has been visiting Miss Saunie Gaines of Georgetown is it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future where Miss Annie Herndon near this city for visiting Mis Nellie Kpriina The election oassed off very prospectsfollowingproperty is near os cheap of real estate The comparative statement values obtained from lead Â¬ several weeks left for Lexington on Thurs quietly Mr Western Thomas returned Saturday ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself visit Mrs John Morgan day to from a vUit to friends in Ohio Mrs Elizabeth Witt is slowly Population Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Mariam and Annie Maggie Misses Rpxlflpnr P AfrpnrtinrMir Business Pronertv Mrs Matt Stephens left Monday after improving 750000 0000 umctigu 700 Gaines of Louisville and Miss Carrie 7000 noon for Louisville to visit friends 240000 3G0 3000 2000 Blakemore of Farmdale are visiting Miss Mrs Curran Moore is slowly Buffalo Cleveland 227000 Miss Susie Conway left on Wednesday 3500 500 1500 Minnie Williams South Side this week improving Milwaukee 165000 1500 200 3000 for a visit to friends in Kansas City 155000 2000 300 3000 Mr Joe Blackburn jr who has been on Wonder why the boys were ab- Â¬ Detroit Miss Rebecca Averill is summering at Minneapolis 140000 2000 300 3500 duly as Night Storekeeper at Cochrans sent last Sunday St Paul Mr M D Averills near Iarmdale 140000 1200 300 2000 has been relieved from duty Distillery Kansas City 105000 300 3500 5000 Mrs Sallie Stephens of Washington Miss Maggie Moore visited Miss Indianapolis 00000 800 150 300 and returned to his home in Versailles on is visiting relatives in this city City Omaha Lulie Witt Sunday 78000 150 1200 5000 Monday Toledo 50000 1100 100 1000 Misses Kate Sanders and Adele Diane Miss Lulie Witt visited Miss Duluth Mrs Julia Miller and Mrs Jennie Shel 20000 1000 100 1500 left last Friday for lllue Lick Springs are visiting their Effie Russell lasMveek ton of St Louis Mo Misses Lillie and Carrie Bush are visiting sister Mrs D C Barrett South Side We The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ Mr Josh Greenwell of Croptheir sister Mrs Martin in Cvnthiana tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and to learn that Mrs Shelton is in very regret pers visited his son Mr A J have a common corporation line between them therein Capt Randolph Smith left Thursday for feeble health These cities which in 1880 Greenwell last week had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly Old Point Comfort and Washington City Masters Sneed John and Herndon Lewis Mr James E Moore and wife nearer 150000 each and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Mrs Ray Byrum of Louisville is visit- Â¬ who have been spending a month with visited Mr W L LeCompte on Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home ing her aunt Mrs HJ Hyde South Side Miss Annie Herndon their cousin near in the territory immediately tributary to this city left for their home in Louisville Elkhorn last week Mrs Papli Julian and daughter Jennie are visiting Miss Annie Herndon near this on Thursday afternoon The weather being so exceed- Â¬ city Quite a large party of young society peo- ingly warm the attendance at the Rev W H Hampton and family of Ash ple from Louisville came to this city Sun Sunday school was small land are visiting friends on the South day night on the Steamer Hibernia and Miss Lulie Witt who has been after taking in the sights left on the train Side visiting relatives in Woodford for High Bridge on Monday Hawkins of this county Miss has returned home Mr M W King of Mt Sterling has county is visiting Mrs O K Crutcnerat the Capi Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it been assigned to duty as U S Storekeeper Mr Jarrett Moore of Frank- Â¬ tal Hotel Co in fort attended our Sunday school the distillery of John Cochran Gen Scott Brown who has been confined at this city Will is a clever fellow and we last Sunday in Come again for Eeveral days on account of sickness is welcome him back to our city improving Mrs Catha Moore and her Mr E L Samuel and wife Miss Mary Sullivan is visiting her grand Little Rita granddaughter Miss Effie Russell The completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will Miss Jennie Mary Hendrick give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put Mr and Mrs Micheal White in Ely Mrs parents visited Mrs Kirby Monday it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast Hendrick Messrs JBuford Hendrick and Louisville Mr J S LeCompte and wife Will T Lindsey left Monday for Boston Miss Maggie Quinn of Bedford Trimble Massachusetts and will spend this month at visited his father Mr W L Le- Â¬ county is visiting Mr Will Goodwin Itie on Itie week NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors Â¬ And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST PflULSimniEHSETRflDE The Third Railroad Centre the United States Â¬ South Side Cape Ann John Dunn was held over to the Circuit Court in a bond of Sioo community by Esq R E Gaines under a Mr Sidney R Bush of Louisville spent charge of unlawfully shooting at Sunday with his parents Judge W P D Robert Blanton with intent to kill From the evidence both parties Bush and wife had gotten into a difficulty and left Tuesday morn Mr Harris Johnston The ing for Los Angelos Cal to be gone for both parties did shooting Argus parties are all colored several months Mrs Jas A Hodges and children of Louisville are visiting relatives in this Â¬ pt fllisslssippi dean of navigation Compte on Elkhorn last The Franklin Association of the Baptist Church will meet at Pleas- And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the State Commerce Law The rich country ant Ridge Church on Tuesday Internew railroads are springing into existence all around is filling up more and more with wonderful rapidity making still and August 23 Everybody invited larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactUMS are Â¬ daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the FROM STILL ANOTHER CORRESPON DENT No rain yet Blackberry time about over STM TOI m PBV INDUSTRIES J T Way and Jno Way were tried before Esq R E Gaines on Tuesday afternoon charged with has grand larceny in taking a lot of the tobacco from the barn oi Abe Dobson after they had sold the Miss Frank Mayhall who has been visit The court tobacco to Dobson ing relatives in this city left Wednesday hearing the evidence ad- after for Graefensburg judged that defendant J T Way Judge R H Thompson and Mayor P B should execute bond to appear at Reed of Louisville were in the city Sun the circuit court and answer said day and Monday charge and discharged Jno Way Mr Fred H Bagby of Booneville Mo Argus Â¬ Â¬ Mr Dan M Bowman jr editor of Woodford Sun was visiting in town first of the week who Mr Jno Barr of Louisville been visiting Mi Euford Hendrick left first of the week the the Mrs Nannie Buford and two There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the C6ntinent All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city children are qutte sick are working more strongly than ever and being in the oentre of the richest and How many concerts did the most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis Salvation Army make last Sunday Two young ladies were thrown WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY from a horse Sunday but were unnurc Hurry up and sow your turnip seed as vegetables are getting is at home on a visit to his parents Rev G F Bagby and wife Miss Sunbeam Hempstead of Spring Sta tion is visiting her aunt Mrs Jas Black burn jr South Side Mrs W II Bartholomew and children of Louisville are visiting her sister Mrs S P Browder in this cijy Mr Walter Franklin and wife left Tues day for St Paul Minnesota to visit their son Mr Robt B Franklin Mr Hunt Merchant who has been work ing in Louisville for several months re turned home the first of the week Mr Kelly Brent of Kansas City who has been visiting the family of Mr Jno B Lindsey left the first of the week Mr Geo D Todd of the Todd Donigan Co of Louisville is in the city visiting his parents Cap II ITodd and wife Mrs Dr J S Collins and son Paxie have returned from a protracted visit to Anderson county Mrs C old home Master Starling and Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert of Spiing Station spent Sunday in this city with Miss Jennie Hendrick Mrs Robt Berryniau and Mrs Reese who have been visiting Mrs M D Averill near this city left SaturJay fo- Versailles Â¬ Â¬ - Miss Hallie Herndon who has been so journing in Europe for the past two years is expected to arrive in Lexington to day scarce Master Ernest and Miss Bessie Smith have recovered from their recent illness Stoney Creek Mrs Mahala Smith has lost Mrs Kendall has been very sick three sheep Would be thankful for the past week to have news of them Miss Lulie Wjtt has been vis- Â¬ Ladies you must all prepare for iting relations in Woodford county drying apples There are about for the last fortnight two bushels in Franklin county Mrs Mary E Moore of Bark why do you talk Mr Branch who has been sick for about the Campbellites Cant you some time is recovering slowly I fear you will say Christians Mrs Mary J Moore of Belle wish you had that hump on your point and Mrs Louisa Moore of back at the judgment day when it Stoney Creek visited the family is too late of Mr T Nash of Flat Creek on Tuesday of last week Ladles In delicate health needing a Mr J T Moore of Stoney Creek has quit the saw mill busi gentle yet effective laxative will ness and has gone to try his fate find the California liquid fruit on the steamer Hibernia Hurrah remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing to the taste acceptable to the for the gallant little Bug stomach and perfectly safe in all The Stoney Creek school trus- cases It is the most easily taken tees seem to be very slow in se- and pleasantly effective remedy lecting a teacher Make up your known to cure and prevent cos minds trustees for there are sever- Â¬ tiveness to dispel headaches al bright aspirants for the school colds and fevers and strengthen Twocharming young ladies of the kidneys liver and bowels and Stoney Creek Misses Bertie Smith is therefore a favorite remedy with and Louana Moore visited friends ladies For sale in 50 cent and and ralatives in Bridgeport and on 100 bottles by Chapman Gayle 45 im the South Side this week Â¬ Â¬ By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and more satisfying than those which have already made it tho wonder and admiration of all whose good fortune it has been to visit tho city and in a measure become ac quainted with her institutions We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have either been sold out at a large profit in some cases I Tnree Huncirea Per Cent Or have Per Hum ODIN G CLAY j largely advanced in value here is sure to net the owner from An investment made with moderate judgment 25 TO 100 PER CENT FEB ROBT B A1T1TTJM FRANKLIN GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING ST -- TTILj ZMHUSTILTIEiSOT A vs 1 1 REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Rank of Kentucky Bank of Frankfort State Bank of Virginia Deposit Planters National hank Branch Bank of Kentucky Richmond Va Frankfort Ky The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn may 28 y 1 J jbu It-- pwrwtr r 3 Will be presented at the THE DRAMA OF DAMON AND FTTTHI AS Opera House on Monday Eve Aug B ADMISSION 50 CENTS Forks of Elkliorn What about the baby and the sun beam Mr Burb Blackburn was prostrated by heat last week Our school will open here the first Monday in September Mr John Murphy who was quite sick this week is better Miss Agnes Blackburn of Mis sissippi is visiting Mrs Robert Wilson Misses Lulie and Susie Jones are visiting friends in Fayette county this week Miss Mary Harrington of Shel- Â¬ by county is here on a visit to Miss Alice French Misses Mamie and Alice Wilson returned last Saturday from a visit to friends in Shelbyville Mr Ben Sullivan returned home this week from work on the Louisville Southern Railroad Mrs G W Coharn and Mrs Ryland Bedford spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs J no Burdin The supper last Wednesday week for the benefit of the Forks Mission S S was quite a success Net receipts S30CO Mrs Thomas Church leaves for her home in Texas next week she has been visiting relatives at and near Stedmanville for some time Mrs Shumate Mr J R Lee and Miss Lulie Poe of Woodford county spent last Sunday week with Mr G G Thompson and family Misses Susie Scott and Alice Cunningham two charming young ladies of Owen county are visiting friends and relatives in this comÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ For tlxe benefit of t2ae Uniform Kanfe of tlae 3SZiiigflats of Pytliias in tnis citiy iriRST-CLA-SCOSTUMES AND STAGE SETTINGS BALCONY 8 1887 SEATS OX lALE AX BAKUBTTS he 35 CENTS GALLERY 25 CENTS BWS DEPOT No extra charge for reserved seats- Miss Lizzie Butcher is meeting with success teaching school at Farmdale Ky The Literary meeting at the A M E Church Wednesday even- mg was the most interesting meeting held this season Mr Ed Patterson and Miss Lizzie Payne were united in holy wedlock on Sunday evening at the residence of the bride by Rev G H Buries Last Saturday night was an un lucky night with a great many of the toughs and their pals for they faught thev cried they tried they lied but unfortunately none of them died The returns arc not all in yet We do not know what Mr Brad Â¬ leys majority will be but as stated above with a fair count Hon W O Bradley will drop into the Gowrnois seat of Kentucky H Thornton the p odigal hus Â¬ band who was kidnapped by another woman and carried away from his wife last fall has returned at last Wonder if he get shoes ring robe and repentent kisses Revs D W Culp J W Frazier N Singleton and W H Crowdus were in the city this week attend ing the District Missionary Meet ing of First P E District of Ken tucky Annual Conference of A M E Church Evans Revs Mitchell and Burks members commune togeth- Â¬ er for I have seen them around the corner at Burkhardts and other church members of the same faith and drink together So I will not say any thing to hurt their feelings for they have said already that Burks talks too plain and Pepper Pod is too smart We might say a few words about whisky drinkers but some of the half hearted high toned free communion Methodist and Baptist Church members say we had better let It alone that it is the Kings business and if I med dle with it I will have to leave this city between two suns for they say that the City Council is in favor of keeping saloons open on Well if we have to Sundays leave we intend for some body to miss us Just let things run on and in the near future something will drop in this city harder than it O ye city did last Monday dads except your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of your fathers ye shall likewise go out of Â¬ Â¬ Editor Roundabout The Afgus cannot see why the City Council should take measures to require the Water Company to keep its mains in order The Argus fails to perceive that since its organization the Water Company has treated the people of Frankfort as totally unworthy of consideration In their service the customer has been looked upon as little better than a thief Whilst the Water Company has repeatedly failed to comply with its obligations the slighted dereliction on the part of the consumer has been rigidlv treated and the crank turned down on him tendance This policy is not only contrary Capt J M Brooks of Harvie to the moral obligationof the land and chief engineer of Penn Water Company and the legal Bros saw mill was in this neigh spirit of its contract but is repug borhood last Sunday prospecting nant to every sound business prinHe thinks he will locate near ciple and to a well merited success Wm Polsgroves spring Frankfort snowed us under in Bald Knob the railroad election but when the time came to elect a representative Noel Lee made a flying trip Bild Knob flew to the strong and to Bridgeport last Sunday sturdy arm of James Andrew The vate polled here Monday Scott flapped her untiring wings was 140 for Scott 45 for Morris and crowed we never scratch Some of the Stoney Creek boys got left too Turn about is fair Harp play Born To the wife of Joe RobMr Sylvester Hulett of Stoney erts a son Creel has been employed to Mr David Wiley lost a fine teach our school mare last Friday morning The picnic last Saturday was Mrs Amanda Fleming of Louis- quite an enjoyable affair The ville is visiting the family of Mr speaking munity by the good solid John T Wiley of this place Democrats was sentimental and Mrs G C Hughes returned from a visit to Good refreshing showers have caused a warming up of all the old home last Tuesday done much toward placing the Rcbs her daughter Mrs Mattie Crum people in a better humor with Mrs Crum at Beards Station The election passed off quietly themselves and with their neigh- - Monday there being no whisky or has a fine daughter bors money used After this dear Prof J B Secrest of the Cen- Â¬ never use any The canvass for sheriff has be office seekers Normal School at Pleasure tral gun in earnest and people are whiskv and I will sav that things Henry county and Mr ville beginning to express their prefer- will go smooth our County SuThomas Hunter our village a ences as if the canvass was but a perintendent paid John E Miles was out here last few days off visit last Wednesday week mingling with the paupers Dysentery has again made its When he hears Bald Knobs Madam Rumor has it that a appearance in our midst number views in reply to his letter probvery brilliant wedding between a Antiocli ing among its victims the children ably he may have some axes to young lady living near Woodlake of Hoi Pool the wife of Dick grind then and not so much wheat and a gentleman residing between Hot and dry No Blackabee and Silas Hardin the Forks and Frankfort is tc Dr Robinson is kept very busy Picnics in abundance deaths as yet in the very near future take place both day and night attending to Mrs Henry Quire of LouisBy being attentive Our fun loving friends seem to his patients The ladies of Mt Pleasant ville is the guest of Mrs Fannie have a surfeit of enjoyment this and successful he has won the office Church will give a supper at the week the picnic at Antioch on approbation of a host of friends residence of Mr L J Cox at Ouire Hurrah for V O Bradley e wish him success and prosTuesday evening Sunday school every Sunday at Thursday a picnic at Hiram Rear Stedmanville August 9 1887 Donations will 10 oclock Every body invited dons and a Burgoo at Denim perity Frankfort Ky Aug 4 S7 Every to attend Gordons on Saturday be thankfully received Wm Minor was tried for a To the Colored People of Frank Â¬ body invited Come and spend a Considerable dissatisfaction ex breach of the peace before Esq of Mr fort The pretty daughters pleasant evening get a good sup- Robert Owens of Bellepoint pressed among the people in regard In one of the Roundauouts I R E Gaines on Tuesday last per and help a good cause Sun- Â¬ to the race for Legislature Men The defendant was a colored boy saw that the prize given July 4th visted our neighborhood last who have heretofore never been about 12 years of age and was in Â¬ was won by Agnes Norman I day Bridgeport known to scratch a ticket avow their dicted by the last grand jury for mean to dispute that The watch Mrs Piney Tracey of LouisVery hot determidation to do so this time the offense charged Upon the was won by me but I did not ville is on a visit to her sisters We hope they will reconsider the trial not a particle of evidence was get it and I will state my reason ioo in this locality Mrs Jos Bryant and Mrs Chas matter and not allow a local pre produced to show that the boy Polly Smith was so kind and Snelling Vegetation very thirsty judice to influence them to the was guilty of any offense and he roguish as to take the box she had Misses Nora and Mary Lee detriment ol the party Plenty of black eye peas and Boys of this age contesting for the watch and gave was discharged Glore have been visitincr friends okra We cannot indulge in the exul should be punished by their it to Aggie Norman without my in Bellepoint and South Frankfort I The tomato crop a good averÂ¬ tant joy expressed by some over parents for unlawful acts Argus knowing it If had of known this week that I had to run against two age the success of the railroad quesÂ¬ I would have known what to have We are satisfied if the peo Anions the Colored Citi arrived K Mr Phil Semonis whaving lost tion Home produced melons zens I myself had S2525 and done 1woU1 linve ill ple could have had a free and fair tliinbc h 1113 IIVUIUI lltllllw lit last Monday both of their boxes put together a few davs for the sunny side of discussion of the matter it would UV PEPPER POD only had 4 more If I wanted a The election passed off quietly Georgia Phil not have carried Success to you A matter that watch ever so bad I dont think I nary a fight Mrs J W Frazier of Midway The Salvation Army was out is pushed as was this can only reCamp Doug Â¬ Those who are so and her sister were in the city would cheat for it sick all seem to be slowly last Sunday evening and gave us sult in harm The lass No 3 have promised me a improving The meet exhuberant now will repent as the Wednesday and attended the watch as soon as Mr James Wool a very enjoyable talk Literary meeting Last Monday given up by all as ing was largely attended by all de- Â¬ days are going by folk arrives at home but I think I Something did drop last Mon Â¬ have had the patience of Job nominations Mr Miles letters in the Round the hottest day of the season And they do say that Dan ahout have not the tendency to day as predicted but it was the since the 4th of July with several Mrs Anna Hoppel and children Democratic majority If counted disappointments of Cincinnati are rusticating in this Moore did vote against the rail soothe the aroused feelings of the fair it would all drop off people that the author intended Mary Hailecks Didnt talk that way did road vicinity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Mr J H Reddish of Pcwec Valley has been in our neighbor- Â¬ hood this week Regular services at Evergreen to day at 2 p m and to morrow at oclock a m It is a very noticeable fact that fewer foot pads are abroad this season than usual Mrs Josie Monfort and little daughter of Louisville are visiting relatives in this vicinitv Mrs John Collins visited her daughter Mrs Cook Spencer at Alton a few davs since Mrs Sallie Farmer of Louisville has been visiting relatives in this section this week Messrs B K Wade and Newt Miles of Rip ville were in our village the first of the week Little Mack infant son of W H and Maggie J Jenkins has been very ill during the past week or two Any one desiring to rent a dwelling house in Bridgeport can be accommodated by applying to C H Parrent A considerable quantity of wheat is being hauled through this place from Shelby county for the Frankfort market Mrs Jennie Allen and little son of Lexington are visiting her fathers family Mr Wm Armstrong near this place Mr Charlie Mayhall and Miss Jacque Jackson rendered some delightful music at the residence of Mr Sam Parrent last Monday evening The readers of the Roundabout must take into consideration the fact that the items composing this column are usually written before Thursday of each week The juveniles of this vicinity ratified last Monday night by a Democrats torch light procession Republicans and Prohibitionists all participating in the jubilee Mrs Rosanah M Yates of Kansas City Missouri arrived in this town last Wednesday where she will remain some time visiting Welcome friends and relatives old friend 1 1 Â¬ Too vascillating by half Will make a fine County Jedgc Col 90 Netherton accompanied by several young ladies attended the Salvation Army meeting at Antioch Church last Sunday The Colonel is a hero among the fair sex The trustees of our school have been very fortunate in obtaining the services for teacher of H Marshall Polsgrove than whom there is not a more competent teacher in the State The trustees of this district de Â¬ serve the thanks of every patron and pupil in it for their untiring efforts in completing the new schocl house which has been a long felt want The public school opened Mon dav last with only 44 in attendance Parents should remember that the success of the school depends on starting in time and regular at Â¬ they should have They abound too much in misrepresentation and concealed malice to have the desired effect His last letter was an insult to the intelligence of the county Novis The Water Company 1 - tl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ agugmme 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter GDORGE A LEWIS Editor etxidL F ubllslier 6 1887 FRANKFORT AUGUST One of the most daring and skillfully managed attempts to defraud that we have heard of lately occurred in our community last week It appears that one P D Richie of Crawford county Mo some two months since wrote to Col R P Pepper for a catalogue of his trotting stock representing him self as a horse man A correspondence ensued which finally terminated by Richie putting in an appearance last week accom- Â¬ panied by letters of credit from the Steelesville Missouri National Bank representing Richie as a well-to-dfarmer owning 350 acres of land worth 550 per acre unencumbered as well as other prop- Â¬ erty and good at any lime for He also 25000 to 35000 brought letters from the clerks of the courts of Crawford county confirmatory of the letters of the bank officers Upon the faith of these letters and after a thorough and critical examination of the stock Richie purchased from Col Pepper 7000 worth of trotters shipping them on Wednesday July 27 and executed paper to be negotiated through the banks for the same Upon information obtained by the banks on Friday night or Saturday morning it was learned that all of Richies letters of credit were forgeries as well as those from the county officers Col Pepper took the 2 oclock train Saturday evening followed Richie to Missouri and captured him near Steelesville and lodged him in jail on Sunday evening Recovering his horses Col Pepof never falling water Farm could be divided In Plenty of No 1 3 lots of 75 75 and 25 acres each per brought them home with him winter land summer For the first time in many years tobaceaorchard of 75 or 80full andready to fruit Young trees bear is one of Taken altogether this raspberries and grapes House the election which was held on Also6 utriwberrles all the out houses needed A has rooms and the most skillfully worked schemes Monday was a clean one The bargain If sold soon W LEE CRUTCHER we have heard of lately and the Bridgeport Ky Aug 6 2t absence of boodle was made confact is that it best evidence of the spicuous early in the action Both took in so shrewd and wide awake parties resolved that they would HAVE HARD AND SOFT WOOD CUT TO a man and stock dealer as Col not engage in the disgraceful busi- Â¬ WEstoe lengths ut our mill for sale cheap Pepper We congratulate the ness The consequence was the Orders for same accompanied by cash promptly attended to P S RULE A CO Colonel upon regaining his horses boodlers blood suckers and leeches Aug C lin and capturing the thief were dumfounded There was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On Monday night the 8th will be presented at the Opera House the old but beautiful historic play of Damon and Pythias This play will be put on the stage by the young men of Dexter Lodge No 54 Knights of Pythias of this city assisted by Mr E S Laurie and wife and Miss Lizzie Davis The play will be given for the benefit of the Lodge of this city which is a young one and made up of some of the best young men of the city They have been giving the rehearsals their undivided attention and all who go and we bespeak a good house for them will be amply repaid Cast of characters Damon E S Laurie Pythias Walker Peters Dionysisus John Milam Procles Lee Ai Owen Phillistius Henry Ware Damocles Will Saffell Lucullus Walter Franklin Hermion Mrs Laurie Calanthie Miss Lizzie Davis Mrs Leila Bush Tevis wife of Senators and soldiers representHon W T Tevis of Richmond ed by the Knights of Pythias Ky well known in this community Tickets 50 cents balcony 35 as the beautiful and accomplished cents gallery 25 cents Miss Leila Bush niece of Judge W P D Bush died at the home Col J Stoddard Johnson has a Â¬ of her husband on Tuesday morn- grim satisfaction in knowing that ing last of flux It will be re when he was Chairman of the Dem membered by our readers that Mr ocratic Central and Executive Tevis was the Representative from Committees the appeal was to Madison county in the last Legis- Â¬ the brains of the people and the lature It was in this city that he party was triumphantly successful met Miss Bush and was captivated Now that the appeal has been by her beauty and accomplish- made to the stomach by the big ments A few months after the barbecues and lots of soup the adjournment of Jthe Legislature result is eminently unsatisfactory Vive la biains they were married at the home to the party Miss Bush in Elizabethtown of How about that cold wave that Mrs Tevis left an infant of but was coming a few weeks old How soon and how sadly the bright hopes and dreams of life are God comfort the strick- shattered OF miles south A FARMmiles175 ACRES SITUATED H4 MILES from his wife Depot 1U Bridgeport 2 the Loulstlllefrom Benson ones Judge Bush and pike Pea from run within Vs mile Ridge left for Richmond on the 1020 of the and Frankfort pike will Benson pike runs house Bridgeport A through the farm About one half In cultivation train Tuesday morning and the balance In grass and timber Abundance Â¬ Â¬ Mr William Cromwell Miss Belle Giltner and Mr and Mrs Geo A Lewis were out riding Sunday evening and when turn Â¬ ing around on the Louisville pike the horse became frightened and overturned the surrey in which they were riding Miss Giltner had her right arm and side badly bruised and Mrs Lewis was slightly bruised on the face and Mr Lewis was right sliouider thrown forward and fell flat of his back in front of the horse but by some lively walking on his elbows escaped with several severe wounds in the back of his coat and the Mr Crotmvell skin off his arms who was driving escaped with a few scratches was the first on his feet and had he not kept fast hold of the lines all parties would have We debeen seriously injured sire to return thanks to Willie Green carriage driver for Col L P Tarlton and George Mason for timely assistance rendered STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE TJntil Closed Out 200 HATS FOR 1 00 100 HATS FOR 50 cents Grutgher J C 50 cent HATS FOR 25 cents Main Street MASTIN Starks G H MASTIN MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN Fanning implements 231 Alnin Wt Field seeds Buggies wagons HARDWARE 0 We keep In Stock OLD HICKORY WAGONS Kentucky and McSherry GRAIN DRILLS Buggies Surreys Road Carts Of every description HARROWS OUT TING BOXES CIDER MILLS and a flue line of Harness Saddles FOR SALE DO YOU We WANT THE EARTH we will give you the best 9 go 1 cant give you that but Â¬ Gents Shoe for t u i 41 300 in the city t 11 ii STOVE WOOD it I i Ladies Kid Boot for 41 il 200 250 200 I OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION t Lindsay has been engaged this week in a canvas of Bourbon county in favor of the P G and F railroad th evote upon the subscription to which is to be taken to day Judge Lindsay has been ably seconded by Capt Thomas and other prominent gentlemen of that county We are convinced that if the people of Bourbon have turned out to hear the speeches of Judge Lindsay there will be no doubt of the success of the propoHe states his proposition sition so clearly and plainly that it carries conviction and conversion to the most unwilling mind Heres hoping that she may be triumphantly successful Â¬ Â¬ Judge Wm not a single disturbance of any kind And the unusual fact that but very little drinking was in- Â¬ dulged in was a source of congrat- Â¬ We believe ulation on all hands this was the result directly and indirectly of the era of good feel- Â¬ ing brought about by the unanimous action of our people on the railroad question Â¬ G AtfTER CHICKEN Cholera Cure s K ATS A H TS H-A-O- TS large stock and prices to suit the times R K MCLURE Central Normal School PLEASUREVILLE KY OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1887 TO TEL COURSES OF STUDY SUITED handALL book type writing short anil keeping taught without extra charge for tuition Cheapest school Hi the State bend for catalogue J B SECREST 1res Aug C One of the Best Located Resi- Â¬ FOR SALE dences in South Frankfort I m on the 8th and the lowest was Quite a sensation was created 56 8 on the nth The rainfall 1 During the month of July just passed there have been nine days in which the thermometer varied from 8o to 900 there were nineteen days in which the mercury varied from 90 to 1000 and three days in which the showing was Thousands of dollars worth of from ioo to 103 2 The highest chickens die every year from CholIt more fatal to chickens temperature reached was 103 2 era otheris diseases combined Butthan the Â¬ 4t SALESMEN Tv AIfcTTEnD To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock iood salary and Excuses or Commission Per Â¬ manent employment guaranteed Address at SNKLL A ROWLAND once stating age Nurserymen St Louis Mo July Km W H HALL FOR SALE DRhouse and and lot OFFERScorner of Cross HIS on the and Main streets The lot contains about two acres and the house Is In good repair There ure apple peach and plum trees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell roses and a green house planted with roses and heated with Hltchlugs Improved hot water apparatus Feb-26-l- y TERMS EASY Apply to Dr BUGGIES SURRYS ok 12IH Â¬ morning in a spring wagon his horse took fright and ran away the speaking on Saturday night throwing him out spraining his and also for the excursion on Snn right ankle and tearing the wagon to pieces day evening Â¬ on our streets on Saturday even Â¬ ing by a traveling band of boy Though only five in musicians number they made some very fine music and the little fellow who played the tuber was especially remarked as a fine performer They furnished the music for Â¬ reached the rather phenominal point of 3 15 inches and yet we have had what is called a dry July As Mr Hugh Burns was com ing to town from Harp Tuesday all 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¬ NEW TRANSFER LINE 1 1 1 painted OPPOSITE THE N1EARLY fort Kv Carrliuw FARMERS BANK K rank work raimlnul unA Apr HMw NO LKW18STREET j J sl W H HALL HARNESS QUIN m FOR SALE BY LeCompte Carpenter SOUTH SIDE DEUGGI8TS passenger and valine or satchel 25 cents passengegand 1 trunk 35 cents passenger and 2 trunks 50 cents TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT 2 passengers and 1 trunk 50 cents of 111 health I offer my farm of 163 acres 2 passengers and 2 trunks 60 cents lying on the Luwrenceburg pike three miles from Children 5 years old und under 9 will be charged Frankfort for sale privately at a bargain J E PABRENT Scents In addition to above Where there ure June 11 tf st 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 Holmes A Hallorans Drug Store Blue Wing of Ice und A II Waggoners Grocery Store on THE FIRM OF 0 R CRUTCHER A CO Frankfort Kentucky Is this day Broadway dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring W B LUCKETT O R Crutcher ussuuies all the liabilities and Telephone 81 - Orders may also be left at LeCompte A Carpwi will collect all accounts due the linn of O R O R CRUTCHER Crutcher A Co ters South side Drug Store JulyiKf WM FARM FOR SALE 11 ZLsroaTia May 23m JORDAN rfi rijjr5 mmmmmamm S Laces Laces 11 Laces II PARASOLS PARASOLS The Franklin Association of The heat of the evenings this You can buy a parasol for less United Baptists will meet at the week has been something almost Medicia Torchon Val Chantilla FRANKFORT AUGUST 6 1887 Pleasant Ridge Church in this unbearable and it is as a rich treat than cost at Antique and the largest assorted stock Cos 46 Sam D Johnson of Hamburgs jast received at A Har county on Tuesday August 23 to be able to leave the sweltering ris St Clair street 39 Wing Cigar at It is hoped that the churches will atmosphere of the city and speed Smoke the White Great Reduction 37 Gm LeCompte Carpenters have their statistics in better and away on the sparkling water with In prices on dry goods notions A Singer sewing machine given We awuy with soap at W L Jetts more complete shape than ever a stiff breeze fanning the fevered and gents furnishing goods Attention is called to the adver40 face A large number of our best have determined to reduce our Greshams old stand tisement of Dr W Lee Crutcher before i stock and the only way to do so We are indebted to our friends people have taken advantage of is to mark them down and this we offering a farm for sale Gents come and look at our Hughes for a large and the opportunity offered by the have done Kirtley You can buy any plaited front iaundried shirt at Si Mr E J Roberts has pur- delicious watermelon These gen- excursions run by the officers of goods in our store at greatly re- It can not be bought in the city chased a lot from Mr Mike Butti tlemen keep always on hand the the steamer Grace Morris with duced prices Call and see what for less than 125 Weitzel ODonnell mer in Bellepoint and on Mon freshest and best vegetables to be her palace barge Annie 45 Thurs- we have and we will give you some great bargains day commenced the erection of a had My white goods stock consists of Call on them at Wag- day evening the crowd was larger WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 neat cottage upon it Judea linen mulls French nainsook goners old stand 324 Broadway than ever and was enjoyed by all in plaids and stripes of every design B A RUAINSBAKGAINS on board from the beginning to There was a very perceptible street from the foreign looms You will Lot of French Satines at 25 of the trip shock of earthquake in this city Mr Albert H Crutcher former- the end rind prices to suit the times at A Har cents per yard The Frankfort String Band 39 ris St Clair street on Tuesday morning between 130 ly of Bellepoint but now of Los Sam D Johnson Co 46 furnished the music and the young shook things Angeles California and Miss O and 2 oclock It Fon Sale A good second hand Call pretty lively for a second or so of people engaged joyfully in the ladies and see our cheap line of piano for sale at a bargain Apply at Henderson daughter Walton childrens and misses hose this office so popular in 29 tf Rev H A M Henderson D D graceful dances WEITZEL ODONNELL 45 The election surprises came as this day In my dress goods stock you will will be married at the residence of we predicted in our last paper The officers of the Morris spare S Mocha find some of the choicest materials in Try a box of C in New York There are several would be states- the brides parents all shades and patterns Therefore h The no pains to make the excursion and Java mixed coffee at City on Tuesday next you wish to purchase examine my men who wonder what struck Heeneys enjoyable to all If you have J 44 many friends in this city of the stock before going elsewhere Re them never been on one of these trips happy young couple extend their Nothing more delicious than a member the place A Harris St 39 Attention is called to the adver- heartiest congratulations Sanborns Mocha Clair street They try one and it will not be neces- cup of Chase Mastin Bros in this will make their home on the sary to urge you to try the second and Java mixed coffee for sale by tisement of You can buy any parasol in our Hon 1 B Thompson was de- J Heeney South Side 44 issue They have a fine stock of Pacific slope stock at one half the cost price as for the Legislature in Merwe are going to sell them out farmers supplies of all kinds The following is the score of feated Blue Lick Water fresh from the Weitzel ODonnell cer county by D J Curry a Pro45 They are clever and reliable young Spring Hill Gun Club on Friday Springs on draught at LeCompte His majority was 22 men and should be liberally afternoon July 29th Do not fail to examine my stock of Targets 25 hibitionist Carpenters 36 patronized hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Vote of Franklin County 18 yards Knoxville blackbirds A Harris member the place For Sailok Hats Sailor hats at Judge R E Gaines was granted rise 39 DEMOCRATIC VOTE St Clair Street 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair 16 G F Berry 20 K Taylor m Buckner a patent by the proper govern- J L Price 39 1763 street 18 R P Pepper jr Ll Three unfurnished For 18 Bryan 8 RMorris 1784 We have a large line of white rooms Rent ment officials in Washington on L CoxPayne Apply to Mrs Sheffer G L 16 Hardin IB J N Abrnma l791 Tuesday for a steam pressure regu- G Mastin 15 Thos Church 15 spreads which Richardson Campbell street near Hewitt 1789 and colored bedsell Mr R P Pepper jr won the Tate lator Heras to the Judge and we are going to 46 tf at very low Shelby 1800 may he make a fortune out of his medal Pickett 1788 prices WEITZEL Parasols and funs in all shades and ODONNELL invention The match rifle shoot between Corbett 1780 45 styles at very low prices at A Harris m REPUBLICAN VOTE Col R P Pepper and Mr Hiram 39 Dozen full regular made un- St Clair street 25 It is said by some of the disgust- Berry was a stand off Bradley 1328 bleached balbriggan hose at 167 For Sale or Rent A frame ed Democrats that Judge Steve ODoherty 1289 cents per pair cottage of four rooms hall double The gas well being sunk by the Wood 1284 Sharp was so busy trying to carry Sam D Tohnson Co 46 porches cellar well of good water Davis 1283 m Fayette county that he forgot there Frankfort Heating Company is in the yard and stable on the premPuryear 1283 All of our white dress goods ises were any other counties in the progressing finely and is going Also two lots 50 by 100 Pinkerton 1284 consisting of India linens Paris down at the rate of from fifty to Tinsley look after feet Apply at this office Hence these State to 1285 muslins and check and stripe sixty feet a day The drill is tears LABOR VOTE muslin will be closed out at very m Cardin and the other labor can- low prices kept going night and day and the Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs Capt Abrahams says that the rock penetrated so far is the birds didates each received five WEITZEL ODONNELL Soap for bath and toilet at Chap 49 excursion down the river last Sun PROHIBITION VOTE 34 tf man Gayles eye limestone or river marble Fox day evening should have been ad32 I just purchased a large stock of The gentlemen who have the con- Gordon 31 silks and will otter them at very low For Rent Blacksmith shop vertised as txvclve miles in place tract are old experienced men in Harris 28 prices Call and see them Every on upper Main street Apply to of twenty as in the bills The 28 yard guaranteed at A Harris St C R Gresham Second street the business and have a number Henderson enjoyment of those on board was 39 near Shelby 46 29 Clair street of contracts for sinking wells in Dyas enough in the twelve miles and so Stevenson 29 different portions of the State We have marked down all goods My corsets for 40 cents can not be 28 Barbour no one has any right to complain Call in our store and if you want cheap beat in the world for the price LEGISLATURE We are gratified to learn as we goods call and see us A number of the elite young do from a letter from that place Scott and see them at A Harris St Clair 1701 WEITZEL 39 ODONNELL street 45 people of our city enjoyed a moon- that our old friend and a former Morris 1282 Smith 53 light picnic near the residence of citizen of this city Mr MATTEKiVS best Photographs LOOK James W Scotts majority over Morris Mrs L P Tarlton on Monday sizes reduced to hall price Conner has been elected Mayor 419 A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re- of all in honor of evening It was given In the court house poll book ceived at Lecompte Carpenters of the new and thriving young The best Soda Water in Miss Ida Rankin of Louisville 39 two pages containing thirty three South Side We are city of Winfield Kansas m the world with ice cream who is visiting Miss Laura Theoalso glad to learn that our friend votes have no name entered to For hats and bonnets A Harris bald in this city It was a grand has been very prospereus in busi- show for whom they were cast Emporium is headquarters in it at Chapman Gayles 39 and are not counted although it is success ness since he went west and has evident they were cast for Morris Place your farms and town lots for For Sale A morticing ma accumulated quite a comfortable And on another page seventeen chine scroll saw and set of clamps sale with Win P Scott He will The steamer Grace Morris and tf advertise them thoroughly Apply to We congratulate Win votes that were given for Scott are as good as new barge Annie had a tremendous fortune in the column under Morentered Willis L Wayts 46 tf Foil Rent A two story frame crowd on board on the excursion field upon having Jim Conner as ris while twenty one votes given residence with Ave rooms and cellar Mayor and congratulate him for Morris are entered twelve miles down the river on her For the celebrated Langtry on the corner of Logan and Campbell under upon this evidence of the esteem Smiths name changing the ma istle go to Sunday evening She returned to streets Gas in the house and water Co Sam D Johnson 46 town shortly after 7 oclock p m in which he is held in his new jority for Scott from 399 to 419 in the yard Apply to W C Ilern- There was good music on board home For Rent The residence of We have the best 50 cents and don and all who went enjoyed it imcorset ever sold Society Mrs C E Ward on corner of 75 cents and The Frankfort Literary Best unlaundried shirt ever Main and Wilkinson streets in in the city mensely has appointed a standing Commit sold for 62 y cents at Frankfort For terms apply to Weitzel ODonnell 45 O Donnells 45 Weitzel Major Chas C Furr and Capt tee on Programme with authority jy 21 im John T Buckley speakers For cheap sugars call on J T J Todd are now fujl fledged to invite lecturers The most wonderful remedy for Heeney South Side writers poets singers and artists 44 members of the Kingfisher Club chicken cholera ever discovered is to contribute a portion of the pro- Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure We have some elegant kid When B4b j mi siek w jjrT her Ceatetta and left for their annual fish and ducts of their genius to the pro and is sold by fhen she wm a Child eh cried for CttterU gloves in all colors for 75 cents camp on the lakes last Friday night TbB the bocaqie MUi ebe clang to CMtorU LeCompte Carpenter and Si gramme of each monthly meeting Judge S R Smith the other When ehe hd Children ebe gr Ums CMtate Weitzel ODonnell 45 for the general good in this city was detained of the society member Old Stock Counter ait half price A job lot of twelve quarter at home by sickness in his family John L Scott Ira Julian W C at R K McClures 2 t Hcrndon and Dr Sam E James white quilts very cheap at whereat ye Club mourneth and Cos Such compose the committee Not wishing to carry any stook Syrup of Figs 46 Sam D Johnson refuseth to be comforted over for fall I offer to the publio literary persons either in or out JIanufaetured only by the Califor Apply to Mastin Bros for my entire stock of dry goods no Â¬ San Francisco nia The large grain elevator of of Frankfort as take pleasure in Cal Fig Syrup CoOwn True Laxa storage 43 is Natures tions and millinery at such reduced Messrs Graddy Son at Ver aiding this society in the general tive It is the most easily taken rates that will guarantee satisfac Â¬ Orders for Drennon Water received tion Therefore it will be to your and the most pleasantly effective sailes fell last Saturday night at diffusion of scientific and literary 40 remedy known to cleanse the system at W L Jetts South Side interest to come and examine my 830 oclock and 80000 bushels culture are respectfully requested when bilious or costive to dlsjol stock and be convinced of wheat and other grain was to confer with some member of headaches colds and fevers to cure Towels napkins and table linen A HARRIS habitual constipation indigestion buried in the ruins We are glad this committee on the subject etc For sale in 50 cent and 100 marked way down at 39 St Olair Street tf ODonnells 45 Weitzel to learn that most if not all the The programme for the meeting bottles by Chapman Gayle Blood Orange Empsons Ginger grain will be saved The elevator on the 18th of this month will be A young girl to Scotch ginghams sntteen bat Ale and Drennon Water constantly Wanted For was new and cost 10000 last completed by the last of next learn tailoring Apply at 506 iste and lawns cull at A Harris St on tap at Sv L Jetts South Side 40 39 Main street Clair street 46 week year FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I JWIWPWffllWP KwtijuiBififpiiipumiiiiimuiwininnniiiiniii jffiiimminfiiw i i 6 He was the sing our old favorite sea song colored sergeant in the companys line that we used to sing together fourth man Our new turnpike is being Zeke was first then Johnson then jdown in Mercer county and they fenced I have no record myself then Carroll but if you did sing it well of that night but trust to memory Our school opened last Monday can see Zeke he will give you a I think the song ran as follows full account of the battle with nearly thirty scholars Introducing his prisoner Carroll A j0y lomMlle n a fortil feariemntc at Hot and dry People stock explained sea that thev would have and vegetation needing rain come home before but that the If I forget thee false to Diy hand may my entires be There was an election last Mon prisoner flatly refused to come And may my jjallant battle flag be stricken It would be a great conve- until they had paid a visit to hi day down in shame nience if our citizens could vote in home in Bucks county but that If when lie social can goes round I fail pledge Frankfort instead of Bridgeport we had him now and it was for us Up upto my lads hU name his memery well give it So much nearer and a good road to determine what to do with him with a cheer The introduction over our pris- Ned llnlton the commander of the Mack The S A officers accompanied Snake Privateer were the oner a fine looking fellow whose by Miss Merchant of Several other songs wc sung guests of Mrs Will Dennis last name will not be given because and a fiddle was brought out Monday the occasion being the his extreme modesty said I am very glad Our prisoner being a first class per- Â¬ Gentlemen farewell visit of Lieutenant Alice I dont feel a former we passed a night both to meet you all previous to her departure West bit afraid although surrounded short and merry Mr Willis Wayts of Frankfort by an overwhelming number of If ou are acquainted with Col visited the Ridge last Sunday and Confederates neither do I feel like Dick Jacobs give him my thanks by request tdok charge of the a stranger for I have been in Con for the use of his fiddler and I His explanation federate camps several times and hope he suffered no ill convenience Sunday school and illustration of the lessun were have been taken prisoner by them through his dispatches being de attentively listened to and every twice before My body only was tamed As Zeke knew the prisonone present expressed a wish that captured then but now I feel like er better than we did we lelt him He I had been captured body and in Zekes care The next morn he would soon come again will preach for us at the school soul ing g0ng through to Hardinsville house on the fourth Sunday in I cant write all that was said the prisoner concluded to visit oclock a in August at and done neither can I tell all kinsfolks near by and promised Several of our citizens have about how Collins recognized our to catch up with us in Shelbyville complained to the Ridge scribe prisoner as the man who shot the As he never came back to us I that a report is in circulation that leather front piece off his cap on was afraid something had hap Â¬ there was some trouble at our skirmish line at the second days pened to him I saw him a few Sunday school picnic a few weeks fight nor yet about the fuss raised weeks later when we were driven ago Just as soon as the report who should take charge of him back He can have that bullet he I may tell you aftcrawhilc gave me if he will call for it can be traced to a definite source first I always took an interest in squelched and Meanwhile hunting fishing boatit will be promptly the reporter with it ing on the lake camp dinners Kentuckians and I would like to Success has made John E Miles fish fries excursions to other know what became of a fine look He has actually directed camps is the word If all our ing tall heavy set Falstff kind of bolder his pen against the citys hogs comrades keep their word and an officer The Kentuckians in Be warned in time John let fhem dont keep him more than a week our command called him Col Interfering with hogs is our prisoner will be an old man Bob I forget his other name alone He commanded a Kentucky regi net a simple matter like advocat- by the time we have each had him ment and brought dispatches for him through sixteen People would and carried ing a railroad Gen Kirby Smith Soon after rather do without flour than with counties for writing so in a skirmish we got orders to lay I feel annoyed out hogs They are faithful tirescavengers and keep the city much but your letter asking about down to escape the cnemvs fire less fight must be and it looked like nothing short of clear of thousands of bushels of the Richmond answered I was there and assisted a miracle could save the Colonel decaying vegetable refuse make no charge for their services and to drive the Yanks out of the for he was certainly bigger laying So was Zeke He was down than standing up As the in fact they work for nothing and country with me all day and did not mind bullets were spitting around Zeke board themselves the fighting but he did despise said how do you feel Col Bob When the Pea Ridge corres the long weary dusty march to Bigger than a horse sir bigger pondent went to Bridgeport to Lexington Zeke was a good than a horse Every fight we vote he had the pleasure of meet- forager He showed that on the rot into I thought Bob would be ing the B correspondent and sev- way to Lexington Frankfort and killed but he went clear through eral other citizens who inquired Louisville Though I dont like the war without a scratch very kindly about the welfare tf to bring up any thing against a I have been told that an officer Mr H Wilson of Alabama and comrade after s o many years still answering his description was a expressed a wish to bring about a I must say that though I shared candidate for County Judge somemeeting between him and his old and enjoyed a great number of where in central Kentucky soon ZeUe Mr things that Zeke provided I can after the war was closed whose Yocum comrade Wilson seems to have made a not approve of the mode by which name was Col Bob He was a great many friends among our they came into his hands Eight good fighter but a confounded people and as he has written miles east of Frankfort Zeke found poor speaker and during the another letter to the Ridge cor- seven pies in tin pans and a large campaign his radical opponent had respondent it will with the ed- baking pan of biscuits Further all the fun he wanted One night itors permission be laid before the along the road he found a ham a large crowd gathered at the Roundabouts readers It can already boiled and sliced Zeke Court house to hear ihem Bob easily be told by reading Mr was a valuable comrade either in spoke first then his opponent Wilsons letter that there never camp on the march or in battle who was as sharp as a tack just were two men more devoted to and I am sorry to see that he has tore him all to pieces and things each other and that the Southern formally withdrawn from the Dem- looked bad for Col Bob But he Confederacy never had two braver ocratic party got up for a fifteen minute reply soldiers than Zeke Yocum and At a place I was told was called and when he got up his audiHenry Wilson of the 13th Ala- Julians woods about four miles ence got up with him and as he bama Infantrv from Frankfort we camped for the went on with his opening remarks night and a very pleasant time we they went on to the open door Clayhatchje 1 had tired as we were for Zeke An ardent admirer of Bobs just Coffee Co Ala with jest song and story kept us then jerked his coat tail and said Deai Ftiend all alive why in the devil dont you tell I have just returned from the Just a little after dusk some em you was in the rebel army regular weekly meeting of our fellow with a dirty dusty Yankee They all know it said Bob Camp Beauregard society of uniform on rode along and was Tell em again said his friend and al- halted by our pickets and all they Thats just like humbug said Confederate Veterans though this is our regular election could get out of him was an invi- Bob Thats just what they are night nothing was done for two tation to go to the devil Some all here for Go ahead give em of our comrades have just come were in favor of letting him go rebel army You cion t t know a from the north quite delighted but when he was asked what reg- Â¬ thing about either law or politics with their visit and the treatment iment he belong to he said the So Bob commenced they received at Gettysburg 9th Kentucky Cavalry and that he Only Ladies They had so much to tell that we had dispatches for the Colonel a few years and gentlemen suit of ago I wore a had to close the meeting to listen We had some of the 8th Kentucky and carried a musket under to them Hancock Meade Phil- along with us and some of them gray Lee and when he sent Stpne Gen adelphia brigade seemed to be the came to see if they knew him wall Jackson to flank Hooker at subject cf their conversation One of them asked him what his Chancellorsville and What made our fellows so delight- Colonels name was when he No matter what he said his oped was that they had captured a promptly answered Dick Jacobs ponent was beat and every election prisoner at Gettysburg one of the That settled him He was invited since then Col Bob makes a kettle famous Philadelphia brigade and to postpone his journey and take of soup invites the boys and had brought him home with them supper with us and we promised in rebel tells They had got his parole just out- to catch up with Dick Jacobs and army them that he was havethe passed Though years side the door and wished for per- deliver the dispatches in the mornthat speech has never failed to mission to bring him into camp ing When we got him to our elect him and never will while Of course the request was at once camp the boys were singing and Col Bob lives and his comrades complied with and the northern Zeke had just finished remember that he was in the rebel stranger was brought in and introThe last tattoo is beating boys army and history records the fact duced by Carroll King Zeke Our pickets are retreating boys c that Stonewall Jackson flanked knows him he was the fellow who went up and shook Hooker at Chancellorsville Our prisoner killed the big Yank at Chickasaw Henry WiLSON let us hands with Zeke and said bayou who had just killed our j j Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Pea Ridge Col T B Ford who has been confined to his bed by a severe at- Â¬ tack of inflammatory rheumatism is able to be out again CONSTIPATION Father of Diseases bc medium through system which dlsoaso so often attacks thegases In nbsorptlon of poisonous ns by tho tho retention ofdecnyod and elleto mutter In tho stomach aud bowels It Is caused by n Torpid Liver not enough bllo bclug excreted from the blood to produce Natures own cathartic and Is generally accompanied with such results as called tho IS causo tlicio Is no Consolation Mr Joe Showalter is very ill Mr Bledsoe Lea has been sick this week Corn and tobacco will be slim if it dont rain soon Mr John Blan died on Sunday It is supposed that he had cholera Mr Jesse Magruder and mother were visiting his sister in New Castle Sunday Misses Genoa Honiker of Louisville is spending a few weeks with friends in Franklin county Misses Loulie Fox and brother from Benson were visiting friends in Shelby county Saturday and Sunday Â¬ Loss of Appetite etc The treatment of Constipation docs not consist merely In unloading tho bowels Tho medicine must notonlyuctasa purga Â¬ Sick Headache Bad Breath tive but boa tonlons well and not produce after Its use greater costlvcness Tosecuro a regular habit of body without changing the diet or disorganizing tho system 8 A Generous and Extensive Loan Â¬ An earnest Christian lady makes the folowing offer to our readers I will loan free of postal and all charges to such of your readers as will promise a careful reading and to piy return postage after reading it a bock which in interesting style shows the Bible to be a self interpreter and its teachings in viewed grandly harmonious the light of sanctified reason and common sense I want ti put this book into the hands of all the skeptically inclined as an aid and guard against the growing scientifio It is not dry musty skepticism reading but truly meat in due season to the truth hungry The light of this precious little volume has made the Bible a new book a treasure a mine of wealth to many as well as to myself And I feel that I cannot better use my means than in circulating this Ad- Â¬ work by the thousand card to dress postal My attention after suffering with Constipa Â¬ tion for two orthree years was called to Simmons Liver Regulator and having tried almost every Â¬ thing eke concluded to try It I first took a wineglassful and afterwards reduced the dose to a teaspoonful as pi r directions after each meal I found that It had done me so much cood that I continued It until I took two bottles Since thenl have not experienced itny difficulty 1 keep It in my house and uould not bewithoutltbut have GboW having cured me no use for Sims Asst Clerk Superior Court Uibb Co Ga ltlt Take only the Genuine Which has on the Wrapper the red mark and Signature of Bj Trade Â¬ Sc J H ZEILIK CO Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE OHIO CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 30 SATURDAY AUtiUST SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 27 1887 1887 PILES BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING One 81000 Thi utu Dollars Cured absolutely given to sullerer or any charity he uu dvrgmite for any case of Plies I cniinot ture by the UHINK ERHOFF bYbTEM NO KNIFE IS USED NO LIGATURE IS USED LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Mrs C Lemuels Allegheny Pa B Â¬ FISTULA 1IV ANO Is cured FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing Â¬ A Nameless Case My case has been a very curious one for At intervals of about one week I would be attacked with spells of severe and most excrutiatiug pain als ways commencing in the region of my kid Â¬ neys The pain would thfii go upward and affect my body and head and seemed to penetrate my very eye balU creating the most intense suffering lasting about eight hours each spell I lesorted to all kinds of medicine with Â¬ Several doctors treated my out benefit case but none i ave idief Ifmully used H H U as an exper ment and to my utter astonishment all pain ami suffering vanish To the present ed after using three doses time I have used three bottles and not a I do not know pain lias ever returned what was the matter neither could my physician name the complaint The 1 H U acted finely and powerfully upon my kidneys my appetite has been splendid and my constitution built up rapidly R THOMAS Constitution Ga May 6 j8S6 about thirteen yeais ULCERATION Of CATARRH Â¬ the bowel cured now been visiting this city regu Â¬ Dr Kelly has larly for nearly three jears und the inaiiv cures lie has made among the wealth and Influential citizens are sufllelent evidence of his success It is now a well established fact that many dis Â¬ eases of the stoniuch liver kidney bladder womb and nervous system are either caused or aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCKIt REFERENCES Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky Ky A II McClure Frankfort Col D L Sublett Erankfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frunkfort Ky V 1 Hughes Frankfort Ky J II McKenzle erMillles Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at S7G West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week EXCEPT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FBIDAIS AND SATUBDAYS dressing mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Â¬ Â¬ W JSP Dec I 2C KELLEY M D H Unimpeaclied Integrity Broke down twelve years ago I am 55 and have not been able to work since Have lost proper action of my hips and For five years scrofulous sores have legs appeared on my scalp and nose and at same time my evesight began to fail and for three years have been comparatively blind Have been treated by eminent phy sicians of different schools without a cure I have taken five bottles of H It B made at Atlanta Ga t and all scrofulous sores are gradually healing Inflammation about my eyes has disappeared and there is some improvement in my vision Am very much benefited and relieved and begin to feel My strength like a boy again feel good and activity are returning in iny legs and hips The B B B acts vigorously upon my kidneys and the great quantity of mat ter that has been forced out through the skin is utlerly incredible often so offensive I refer to in odor as to produce nausea all business men of LaGrange Ga Â¬ Â¬ 376 West Seventh St ly Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE Â¬ SEMI THE TWENTY THIHD begin 1 slon of this school will ANNUAL SES Â¬ Monday twenty weeks Sept 12 1887 37 CO T 1 Mrs T M Turner will hive charge of the Primary Department Terms per session of Classical Department Intermediate Department Primary Department 25 00 20 00 jy2 2ra T M TURNER Prin Â¬ NEW PLA3INU MILL I Â¬ P IROPHILL 1886 Â¬ LaGrange Ga January 13 J Is M First WAKEFIELD of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh eti can secure by mail free a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known All who desire full information about the Havingrecently added to bis Establishment cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula Ulcers Sores and Scrofulous Swellings Glass Planing Hill now prepared to furnish all kinds Addres JuIy 23 im BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Â¬ Sash Doors DMsFmesMoldiDg AL80 Â¬ A brick house conScroll Work Stair Work Turning Inquire of taining six rooms Logan McKfe Gottenout In the best style 42tf 432 St Clair street For Rent lft- - jj - MTHT fl TV nF -- 1 Will our friends of the Shelby Neius kindly re read our article on Sam Jones It certainly did not understand us or we were very unfortunate in our expressions if it is understood that we defended We regret to learn that Mrs Mary J Holder widow of the late Thomas J Holder is lying very ill at her home near Switzer this Notice Frankfort Ky Aug JACOB SWIOERT F V OKAY 5 87 county Col Ed C ffl Went reports the Mr Jones in every thing Our the following as the temperature aim was simply to state what Mr ofthe past week August 10180 Jones did say and not what he was August 2 983 August 3 ioo represented to have said August 4 1030 We at the same time entered our protest against the manner The south end of St Clair in which the Courier Journal is be- street is being widened out at the ing made the sewer for all the bridge the surplus dirt from the Buckner the Governor elect filth in the country and entreated St Clair and Main street sewer E H TAYLOR JR the great daily to make itself a being utilized for filling up on Mayot clean sheet and not follow the either side Cincinnati Enquirer into the slums Is it hot Oh yes yes If you have gotten excited over of nastiness fellows have been in and 400000 the returns from the election told us about it already Bourbon county votes to day come up and stand under our fans m Officer Henry Brown and family on the proposition to subscribe which are run by water power 5250000 to the capital stock of and get your brain cooled off were summoned to Lexington yesFrank- Our printers are the coolest headed terday morning by the dangerous the Paris Georgetown illness of his daughter Mrs Ella The Kentucky fellows in town fort Railroad Thompson who is lying at the Central Railroad having entered The time for paying the city point of death with typhoid fever the fight will use money to defeat the proposition and grave fears taxes has been extended until the Mrs Jennie Shelton of St are entertained as to the result 15th of this month and the books Lovis Mo died yesterday afterJudge Wm Lindsay has been in will remain in the hands of the noon of consumption at the resiIf Paris since Tuesday and Esq Pat City Treasurer until that time dence of her brother-in-laMr McDonald went up Thursday you wish to save ten per cent on D C Barrett in South Frankfort morning A large torch light pro- the amount of your taxes you She arrived in this city Thursday cession marched through the have another week in which to do afternoon having come with the streets of Paris last night and a so hope that a change of climate great deal of enthusiasm was manThose persons who are suffering would be beneficial but the jourifested for the road by the citi- from general debility occasioned ney and extremely hot weather zens by the unprecedented heat of the was to much for her strength and We are authorized by the Board summer should take an invigor she sank gradually until death of School Trustees to say that ating tonic and yet one that is not came to relieve her of suffering The Two men by the name of Gardif a sufficient number of pupils will poisoned with alcohol American Ginger Ale is such a ner and two by the name of Baker make it known to them that they of medicinal and got into a row at Spring Hill will attend a night school they combination It is pre- Thursday afternoon in which the vill employ a competent teacher stimulating properties and have the school taught during pared at the Arcadian Bottling Gardners were pretty roughly Ben Gardner being the next scholastic year Now is Works at the famous Waukesha handled who have Springs and is for sale by Mrs S struck on the back of the head your chance boys you Try it with a rock and his son getting to work in day time to get a start J Bohannan Go pretty badly cut on the head on the road to an education Returns from the State election The parties were all tried before and make yourselves known to the on Monday show a great change school trustees and they will reEsq Gaines on Thursday and over former elections up to yesterceive and treat you kindly acquitted day at noon the Republican State A dispatch from Georgetown Our neighbors over the border Central Committee in Louisville have within a very few years had returns from 84 of the 19 brings the news that Tice Hall a organized and equipped a large counties in the State which show young man well known in this military force and the militia a Republican gain of 27300 over community was shot and killed by includes all dwellers in the Domin- the Knott and Morrow vote of Eugene Fitzgerald on Thursday Fitzgerald shot Hall ion capable of bearing arms The four years ago and the election of evening five times and he died at 840 particulars will be presented by 30 Republican Representatives in J MacDonald Oxley in the Sep- the Legislature and several Sena- oclock in the evening It will be remembered that Hall is the tember number of The American tors young man with whom Victor To most readers this Magazine The next reunion of the 22d McManama had a serious difficulty account of the strength and effKentucky Volunteer some year or so ago No cause iciency of the military system of Regiment Infantry will be held at Ashland is known for the murder Canada will be a surprise Ky on September 14th and 15 th George B Macklin has next In the past these reunions McAltee Roy told Aleck McCqy Mr That Boliver Buckner had sajd erected near the bridge in this have been the most pleasant of That old man Tooley tqld Aleck city a signal pole to carry flags occasions and preparations are in McGrulev showing the changes in the progress to make the coming meetThat Billy 6 Bradley was dead Mr ing surpass any that have occurred as they occur weather It appears that Billy OBradley Macklin has erected this pole at em is alive and still kicking and has lhe Association wnicn own expense and it will be of braces all the ex Union Soldiers of given the old Commonwealth of great value to our people The Eastern Kentucky and of which Kentucky such a kick the like of which she has not received for 25 pole is about 60 feet high and Gen D W Lindsey is the Presi years O my how a dead man contains a weather vane on top dent will be addressed by Col R can kick when the people take a hand m To day is the day for the elec- M Kelly on Sept 14th and by Brown on Sept The Kentucky Central Railroad tion in Bourbon county on our Col John Mason Arrangements have been will run an excursion from all points We hope 15th railroad subscription and believe that it will carry tri- made by the citizens of Ashland on its roads to Niagara Falls on umphantly Judge Lindsay Capt to entertain all visiting ex soldiers the 23d of August Tickets will Thomas and others have been hard and for reduced railroad fares be good only on all its regular at work this week and are confi The exercises will be held in the morning trains on that day and beautiful grove in the Fair Grounds connection will be made with a dent of success at Ashland where the old 22d special train at Cincinnati consist The Elkhorn Association of Regiment pitched its first camp on ing of elegant day coaches reclinUnited Baptists will meet with the its march to join Gen Garfield in ing chair cars and palace sleepers church at Versailles Woodford his campaigns up the Sandy river which will leave Cincinnati at County on Tuesday Aug 16 The surviving members of that p m and arrive at the Falls at 7 This is one of the largest and regiment in this vicinity and in the oclock August 24th Tickets in the city of Louisville shouftl not fail will be wealthiest Associations good returning on special State and has an unusually able to avail themselves of this oppor- train to leave the Falls at 7 p m ministry generally tunity of meeting their old com- of the 24th or on all regular trains Should you want a nice Surrey rades of Eastern Kentucky and of ofthe 25th The fare for the Buggy Saddle or set of Harness revisiting the scene of their early round trip from Lexington will be see Mastin Bros 473t- campaigning only 775 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The citizens of Frankfort are respectfully requested to meet at the Court House on the evening of Monday next August 8th at 3 oclock with a view of arranging a fitting programme of ceremony on the conclusion of Governor Knotts term of office and the In auguration of hissuccessor General JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F C CO Hughea GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY Representing the following Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE W18UBANE London v NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION SffiW CONNECTICUT phmiyHIRE Manchester Hartford Philadelphia bt Louis Germany Jl ORIENT AMERICAN CENTRAL HAMBURG BREMEN CTmri June 18 ffi I Wn Hartford 430652196 15713840 12187900 8925740 8865370 4853837 4910483 4754342 1974750 1918432 1810273 1551953 1172793 1023594 100205503 ly Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING SLICKER Nnne gennln nnlen waste your twiner on a irom or roBber coat The FISH BRAND 8LICKEI lumpen wltu the abovt isDont anil wfpBoor anil will keep you dry in the harJest storm absolutely TRAD If ARK Ask tor ttaHSH BRAND slicexb ami take no other if your storekeeper doe- tfn1 anil fnflAilntVA e minion naw fciothavetl tWn jjjijipiajiLi2i2a-fS-i-iiLJiiii-i-rti- n 1 A f Tfiwno anal it Â¬ Â¬ We are overstocked with weather just now A change would be a blessed relief Mr and Mrs G E Marshall have moved to Louisville to reside Miss Willie Morris has gone to Louisville and will be absent until Kentucky Central Railroad BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickestruuteftom w CENTRAL KKNTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Â¬ the 15 th of August NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EDUCATIONAL Â¬ FASTLINE BETWEEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ and children come and enjoy yourselves The Teachers Association will meet at the Flat Creek school house on the 1st Saturday in Sep- Â¬ tember There will be a grand union meeting of the ninth and eleventh Educational Districts S T A held at Pleasureville on the fourth Saturday in September Some of the best educational talent in the State will address the meeting Let everybody be there Program next week- Some of the teachers have not called for their Registers They for them Call at the are ready Superintendents office and get one Prof J B Secrest of the Cen- Â¬ tral Normal School Pleasureville paid us a pleasant visit this week Let all who can attend the meet- LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI ing at the Anderson school house next Saturday Teachers friends SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV ti i336 South Hound No 6 Ex Sun 8 30 zo 03 11 04 11 40 12 30 No 4 Daily 825 9 35 10 24 10 50 11 30 10 55 No 12 Ex Sun Lve Covington Cynthiani Arr Paris Lexington Lv Paris Arr Winchester Richmond Lancaster Stanford Lve Richmond Falmouth a a a p a m m m m m m m m m m m m 100pm 4 39 p m 5 5 P m 6 10 p m 5 20 p m 6 05 p m 7 15 p m xi jo a 12 3J p 2 00 p 5 7 p it p m 25 p m 6 00 p 2 00 3 20 ArrBerea Livingston S43pm 03 p p North Bound No it No le Â¬ Â¬ County Supt Livingston Berea Arr Richmond Lve Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Paris Lve Lexington Pa is Cvnthiana Falmouth Arr Covington 8 00 10 25 45 a m it 11 a m a m 20 a 11 11 00 a 1 30 p a 45 p T 20 p 2 45 p 3 30 p m m m m 6 05 a m m 7 15 a m m 8001m m 7 25 a m m 8 25 a m 3 59 P m 8 59 a m 4 47pm 10 oj a m 6 00 p m 35 a m a a n 417pm 5 18 p m 6 45 1m No 53 Daily Ex Sun 1 45 P m 3 40 p m Â¬ Â¬ of tfee Katf The beginning of disease is ft alight debility r disorder ofsome ofthe vlul organs pie tomMh the liver or the bowels usually There are dyspeptic symptoms the liver to troublesome the skin grows tawney and un Â¬ healthy looking there are pains in the right fde or through the right shoulder blade Tbs climax is often an utter prostration of the physical energies perhaps a fatal issue But if the dlulculty is met in time with Hoetetters Stomach Bitters which is always effective as a remedy and It should be resorted to at aa early stage there will be no reason to ap Â¬ prehend those injurious subsequent effects upon the system often entailed by entirely Far better Is it also toeia cureddlseases ploy this safe remedial agent in fever and ague and other malarial complaints Ihaa quinine and other potent drugs which evea when they do prove effectual Tor a time ruia tie stomach and impair the general hetut Mdulii MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Lve Lve Covington Lexington Millersburg Carlisle Johnson Maysville South Bound Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville Johnson No 51 Daily Ex Sun 725 815 842 905 957 Arr Arr Arr Arr Piri 1 a m a ml a m 10 35 a ml am 435pm m p m 520 548 pm 812 pm 706 p m 7 4yp m No 54 Daily Ex Sun loop m No 52 Daily Ex Sun Cirlisle Millersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covincton 355 am 1250pm 633 am 129pm 725 a in 2 23 p in 747 a m 246pm 815 a m 315 pm 910 a m 6 top m 1135 a m 600pm Â¬ Sam D Johnson Co will sell you a pair of Silk Mitts for 20 cents 56 Â¬ Â¬ The wonderful Healing properties of Darbys Pro phylactic Fluid in case of 01 Accidents tor isurns Scalds Cuts Wounds etc Â¬ Â¬ 1 Its prompt use will invariably repromote healing and Erysipelas Gangrene or prevent Owing to the H E HUNTINGTON Rceiver Proud Klesh General Offices Covington Kvcleansing and purifying qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate One show case and two Hoils Ulcers Carbuncles and counters for sale Apply or three to Running Sores are rendered pure K K McClure 45 and healthy and speedily cured no other application being necessary 45 m OF WAKKFIKLD THE LIMBER FIRM has been dissolved and at Frankfurt lieve pain Â¬ Nn 45 leave Lexington 800 p ra arrive Paris 842 p m NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win chester Lexington and Cincinnati other train are daily except Sunday Direct connections made at Winchester with Cheopeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Vj and Eastern Cities Nos 3 and 4 run via Winchester Fast Line Soliil Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For lull particulars address or call on any agent ol the company or D A FEELEY S F B MORSE Gen Pasr Agt Trav Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky Â¬ DISSOLUTION 1 Â¬ Â¬ - goes out of the Ilrm James M conduct the business as heretofore Is authorized to collect debts duo will pay all Its debts In making ISAAC T M Waketleld takes MRfrom the linn WEST IUVINIS RETIRED this announcement James thanks to the public Wakelleld t West all debts this occasion to return Ills duo the firm tire piuablo to me ami all parties for their liberal patronage extended heretofore are rui uteri M onto forward and nettle ut once and solicits a continuance of public contldenca in I desire to close up the business o the Unit and patronage J M WAKEFIELD JAMES M WAKEFIELD JulyiMiu Isaac T West Wakelleld Hill and he alone the tlrm and UOTICE If mmmmmmmm i 9 i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT barge Annie have been kept pretty regard to the vote of Kentucky busy this week with excursions its no uncommon thing to find any quantity of under lips on the railc On Wednesday evening Mr Â¬ was soon found out that the rabbit was rapidly gaining on the dog his stopping as an excuse Since the news reached here in THE PUBLIC IS HEREBr NOTIFIED THATl The steamer Grace Morris and bought from Mrs Addle Garrett admin istratrix ol E Whltesldes deceased NOTIGE f P LIGHT Â¬ E CLAASSBN his entire LIGHT Preston Williams of Versailles gave a moonlight excursion from Clifton to this city on which a large number of the beautiful belles and gallant beaux of Woodford A numcounty were passengers ber of the older and more staid citizens were along with them as Music and dancing chaperoncs coupled with all the romance of love making on the water were the order of the evening and all on board were charmed with the Â¬ road ties and on the road Said lips were hanging so low that the owners of said lips were tramped on Its useless for me to tell you that those who lost them were Demounts So good bye for this time Gov Knott has ordered me to the seat of war My kindest regards to the widow Lewis and children Your uncle Zeke Yocum Â¬ Furniture Undertaking ft CLAASSEN Steam Fitters IN- -- BUSINESS And have sold one half Interest In my business to PEAOTIOAL Plumbers Gas DEALERS Pipe and Fittings c W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be STATEN DEHONEY Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Contract Work Mar 12 Closets A Grateful Catarrlt Suf- ferer And the business will be continued at the old stand Staten No 218 St Clulr street of Whltesldes May 8 tf JOS T STATEN Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed No 227 St Olair St Weitzel Block Â¬ - - Frankfort Kentucky trip Letter from Zeke Yocuni On the Wing Aug 5 1SS7 Dear Nephew FROM MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES REUBEN SEBREEs ZEKEYOCUM OLD STAND All my old friends are gone I did recognize a familiar face All is as quiet as the grave here and at the Stone Kitchen The election passed off very quietly old Franklin went Democratic as usual there being about four hun dred pounds of vindication issued Poor Dick Morris this time He want any vindication didnt did not need any he being one of Gods noblemen Â¬ FRANKFORT -- I was told as I passed through this place that at a rally in Frank- Â¬ fort that one Julius Caesar told his hearers to vote the straight ticket no difference if they wore convict stripes so they were Democrats He ought to succeed Peck in the I did think the Salvation Senate would do some good in Army your city but I was mistaken BALD KNOB A iv li Dreadful Case of Boils Simon Girty Buckner had gone to Cured That he had never been Canada Manufacturer and Dealer in- As far back as I Gentlemen altogether right in his mind since he met Bradley The Central can recollect I was subject to CROMWELL Committee is to blame for his es- boils They would break out every spring and off and on during Attorney-at-La- w cape the year There are scars all over bHELBY COUNTY Distillery Mih ana Agricultural Machinery Sev- Â¬ boils AND J J Long is elected over Puck me now from virulent ett Mr Long voted for men and eral years ago I Itook a few bottles DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED money to suppress the rebellion of S S S and am now entirely Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing- and Repairing Promptly In a few short free from boils and I have been which was right PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Attended to and years he voted for Buckner who ever since I finished taking your WILL give specialthe adjoining counties and attention to the purchase valuable blood purifier now sever- will also of did his best to destroy the govern- Â¬ real estate collection of rents claims and sale -- AJETID nSfcTQ THL Yours truly and tne negotiation of loans Ofllce opposite Agent for ment that Long was trying to save al years ago R E Walker ana BOiZLiiEZEe JuneiS ly Consistency was at one time m e Jesup Ga March 17 1887 Columbus Steam Pumps priceless jewel but Kentucky a Treatise on Blood and Skin JAS ANDREW fcCOTT JA8 A VI01ETT 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky sugar will lose its sweetness J3TSEND FOR PRICE LIST Diseases mailed free SCOTT VI0LETT JACKSONVILLE The Swift SpecificCo I could I was here August 1st Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga H G hot but pity some of the voters FRANKFORT KENTUCKY the most of whom were poor men Louisville Tobacco Market COURTS IN who were the fathers of at least CAPITAL WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up QLOVEU U DUUKETT PBO- and adjacent counties fifteen children who would walk FURNISHED BY stairs in the Bmull Building FRIETOHH LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAKE- Jan 22 tt up and vote the Democratic tick- Â¬ IIOUHE et and say they were opposed to the Sales on our Federal aid at the same time not closed amount market forlilids week just DR J with re to 3 All COLLINS one of their children could spell ceipts for the same period of 4011 hhds daddy if their lives depended Sales on our market since January 342 MAIN STREET to 82127 hhds The on it I heard one voter say that amount been very strong Buiiey mnr during the ket has some bald headed lawyer of Frank- week on common and medium grades MAIN OPP PORTRAITS IN CRAYON OFFICE Teeth STREET withoutRODMAN pain extracted fort told him that the Treasurer at but the better grades have not been as use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gas by the high as AND ALSO- Frankfort told him that there was last weekthey were during a few days of five millions of dollars on harid The following quotations fairly repre W C MACK LIN and that the State did not oye one sent our market for Burley Tobacco L F COMPTON 500 to Dark Trash 70 dollar Also one man named Colory 700 to Trash MACKLI1T Of all Sizes at Reduced Price Scott at the Capitol had prom Common Lugs not colory 700 to 950 COMPTON 0W ised to have all of the negroes back Colory Lugs to 1400 nIHHaHMHllpIIHIHHHPV lKOlitJETOltSf in bondage again soon and then he Common Leaf not colory il60 to 1800 1800 to 2000 Leaf would be in favor of Federal aid Good Leaf LOOO to 8050 Fine Mills DEALER IN- to the school fund Its reported throughout this HAVE THE FULL Tlie Babies Cry for It part of Shelby county that one And the old folks laugh when they Gen Apathy was the cause of the find that the pleasant California ROT MSB COMPLETE LINE OF Now liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs loss in the Democrat vote AND MANUFACTURE I confess I never heard of him be- is more easily taken and more Gents Furnishing Goods fore Dont know whether he beneficial in its action than bitter Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the World was a Federal or Confederate nauseous medicines C It is a most In Stock and all Kinds of is that it was not Gen valuable family remedy to act on Ofllce uareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square My opinion Apathy but one Wm O Brad Â¬ the bowels to cleanse the system Made to This and to dispel colds headaches and ley that did the devilment talk about Gen Apathy reminds fevers Manufactured only by the I F me of the excuse the dog had California Fig Syrup Co BUILDING LOT FOR SALE San A SPECIALTY You Francisco California when chasing the rabbit 6 MEETS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODGE NO VlsltlugbrotherH cordially Invited 227 MAIN ifltKET FIUXVFORT KY remember that the dog stopped Gayle For Sale by Chapman JAS MURRAY N G r60 840 J R Williams Sec suddenly from some cause It All the Iitei otyie furniture coustumlv In stotk A GOOD BUILDING LOT at uBY 335 OR For feet Is offered for bale bargain 42 1 m April 17 tI 1 eb26 tf terms apply ut this ofllce -- Its reported here that the Demo crat rooster died August 1st That Â¬ I have been a vicGentlemen Coal tim of catarrh for seventeen years The misery of those years cannot KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED be comprehensibly told to those ALL family use Prompt Delivery Full who have never been afflicted Weight Bottom Prices with catarrh During those years Telephone connection No 36 I tried all the physicians I had access to and all the remedies I saw GEO B -- WITH THE- recommended for catarrh But I Y got relief from none Lat year I Dec8 f FRANKFORT heard of the cure of a neighbor of mine who had used S S S and Ever brought to this city in I I therefore began to take it COLLINS commenced last fall and con DEALERS IN Queensware GlasswareLamp tined its use until the coldest part of the winter when I stopped GENERAL AND This medicine gave me the first relief I had in seventeen years and continued to grow better all Of all descriptions The the while I was taking the medicine and during the cold weather STOCK My and Building Material Paints Oil Glass when I had ceased its use Lime Cement left nostril was about closed with polypus when I began taking S S Blacksmiths and Wason Makers Material STOVES GRATES S and now that is about gone and I feel very much better than I Iron Field Seeds Harness rd a fine new Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases line of Wall Paper and Decorations I shall continue have for years And at prices that cannot be dupli and at very lowest prices Cor the medicine a few months longer cated ever seen in one House in Broadway aud Lewis Streets Frankfort before Dont for that I may entirely eradicate the get the place disease from which I have suffered FRANKFORT - - - KENTUCKY JNO T BUCKLEY My first relief came so much Feb- 24 tf through your valuable and efficaSt Clair Street cious S S S T7 With gratitude I am yours W M Findley truly ATTORNEY AX LAV Newbern DyerCoTenn FRANKFORT KY Feb 1887 J Choic Cheap Jno XL BijLcfeler I Hi J Br Â¬ MACHLIIT BR0 STILL AHEAD Largest Stock CE Â¬ HARDWARE Fancy Goods LBGEST Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ F MA JOB Hipr- - 23 PRACTICE IN WILL Fidnklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In tbe Court of Appeals and In the Federal Court Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor BOILERS WK STEAM ENGINE Real Estate Agent - Â¬ AS s7 orks XETE MATTERNS Â¬ S ART GALLERY rapWlpgwaaMiiMiiii t lt DEISTTIST Â¬ -- Â¬ PHOTOCRAPHS Â¬ Elkhorn Roller R ROGERS -- SYSTEM FURNITURECOFFINS Â¬ Shirts Order 0 0 - TCm4J mi mmmmmmmmf H wp immmmmmmmmmmmmrtmmmm MMMMifMi PffHWSHIP