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PS PfUPPPPWP The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A tEWIS Publisher1 l DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS u TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KYf AUGUST 13 1887 Number 48 1 f THE FIRST OF THE SEASON I JUST RECWED BY HUDSON Benson Ky Aug 3d 1887 Editor Roundabout Dear Sik The Argus claims Frankforts under the caption that Benson Bald Liberality Knob and Flat Creek precincts received 1660516 in appropriations for public purposes for the year 1887 Subsequently Mr Jno E Miles adopts these figures and deals these precincts a consid- Â¬ erable blowRouNDAUOUT July 23 Now prefatory to any comment I I must say the editor of the Argus and Mr Miles are my personal and do not desire to friends controvert with them I must insist however that Mr Miles does Benson precinct an injustice inasmuch as the records of the Franklin County Court will not Now I re- sustain his figures set gard the railroad question tied settled to the tune of 1632 majority hence I shall not speak The of it except incidentally in Miles letter major proposition is that Benson Bald Knob and Flat Creek precincts had received the above amount in appropriaNow if this proposition rs tions not supported then all minor propositions and deductions in the premises must fail and the entire argument comes to naught Now let us see Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HUMPHRIES 1075588 leaves This is indeed unique a difference Flat Creek I might with some propriety siy what State can show such a record I cant see as Franklin county Â¬ 1 CASSELL Swift Specific Company came Come Early and Make Your Selection less Quite an item of 584928 The above figures I get from statement of receipts and expenditures of Franklin county for the year 1887 issued by the County Varying only by a Court Clerk proper division of appropriations Â¬ inasmuch as the mistaken records ot the Court will not sus tain any such statement I hope those not willing to accept this statement will examine the records and satisfy themselves My impression is that fifteen years ago there was not a mile of pike in any of the three precincts St J Bagdad Juckbonvillo 12B0 00 named rond I do know that six years 1652 f0 Benson and Devils Hollow ago there was not a mile of pike Bridgeport mid Benson Depot I admit that 187 M in Bensonprecinct road 1210 00 the appropriations to Benson have Flat Creek roud Plum Brunch find Bald Knob been liberal and for this we are road V62 BO But I hope we will not 710 22 grateful road Kirk Bailey 1000yds 1250 00 be represented as having gotten Mt Zion and Jacksonville road 407 10 Bridgeport and Benson road everything for fifteen or twenty years when we were seven years 8209 88 For Pikes 50 00 ago mired in the mud For Paupers 80 00 For School houses We hear a great deal about 1800 00 Flat Creek Bridge pauper counties in the mountains 10755 88 What county can show such a Yo u will observe that 1 6 605 1 6 record as Benson Bald Knob and is Â¬ under my notice anu I determined to try the Specific Fourteen small bottles completely cured me I that spring and summer Worked dealt fairly with if she is poor the adaptability of the simile If the county records are looked do not sympathize with extreme in the crop for the first time in into and the aggregate amount elements in Benson and so far as four years and I have been workfor the past twenty years that has I know tlivre is no sentiment ofse ing right along since without hav been paid this section of the ccun- - cession here no desire for a new ing the slightest return of catarrh between adjoining precincts and lest it be somewhat misleading to ty is found as is alleged the bal- county Mr Miles motives I do The wonderful cure of me has been strangers to the boundary of Ben- ance of the county will wonder not question his sincerity 1 com the means of bringing S S S to I will mend Truly son precinct I explain Gaineys and say why was it done the successful notice of many bridge is not in Benson precinct answer by saying - this section J D M neighbors I regard it as a wonderThe Pea Ridge and Sheep Pen votes solidly one way which ever ful blood purifier and a certain A few years ago certain papers cure of catarrh when given a fair pikes are in Bridgeport One way they vote they have carried If Mr Miles will ex at this period of the year were in trial fourth mile of St Johns pike was the county Yours truly in Gas House precinct and amine the poll books of Franklin the habit of enveying against the built Sam A Coles almost the entire appropriation to county he will find he is mistaken then President and Cabinet for beTreatise on Blood and Skin Bridgeport and Benson road was Benson and Bald Knob vote to Diseases mailed free Washington gether no oftner than Benson and ing away from spent in Bridgeport pregnct TheSwifi Specific Co There is no orga- - junketing as they styled it at I learn things have been going Bridgeport Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga the peoples money to these nized ertort to rule the county as tne peoples expense and not at three precincts in the same pro- one would naturally infer from the tendi bHc business t0 the lhev voted to- U hat a vast difference portion for the past fifteen or above statement CflRPEHTtH it makes From whom Mr gether in primary for Represents twenty years whose ox is getting the goring Miles learned this I know not tive and on the railroad question SOUTH FRANKFORT KY and I hope Mr Miles will pardon but in primary for county officers These papers are very mute now me lor saying that his informant there was all sorts of cross hring about official absenteeism Â¬ exTeme views held in this section Have no ambition of the county for newspaper notoriety no motive other than that Benson may be Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - LEWIE Bald Knob voted for her candidate for Assessor while Benson enthu siastically supported Bridgeports candidate and so on indefinitely With all kindness I tell them Oh un their clay ha been run grateful man where would the rail- road question have gone had it not been for a Benson Magistrate where the woodbine twineth Now brother you would not victimize the vanquished would you In conclusion 1 must say that I have been very favorably impress ed with Mr Miles letters to the Pungent thoughts Roundahout tersely expressed in short pointed Sorry he ever wrote sentences the letter herein referred to not that he does not have the right to speak out in school but no good can come of such letters at I do not represent the this time Â¬ A Certain Tkimiii Cure for Catarrh DRUGGISTS AND- - Feb 28 1887 For seven years I Gentlemen Three years of Shave had catarrh I was unable to work that time Unfortunately early in my afflic- tion my breath became very offen For seven years 1 could sive smell nothing and I had no taste How offensive my breath was all those seven years I need not tell What were my sufferings of mind at not being able to taste or smell anything can be easily imagined I was treated by physicians all during that time and I tried numerous medicines advertised I bought one course of treatment 16 that was I saw advertised for not worth five cents Last spring a year ago a pamphlet from the Tens PHARMACEUTISTS A UKNKIML ASSOIUMCNT OK DEUGS MEDICINES CHEMICALS PERFUMERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicine Puro Wines and Liquors for medicinal purpose WWBw iimm illiflipN m0tommmmmmnmmi mm wnmwmwmwmwwm i a 7 LiAXL fW -- 13 J Vr vjJR 7V k - v - Kfc - fc i rietta Blackburn are the guests of Miss in the city on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Commissioners of the ColMr J D Recti of Louisville is at the Eliza Johnston Mr Lee Shelton of New York City has ored Normal School Buhr Miss Sunbeam Hempstead of Spring been in the city this week to attend his Mr E S Ulrich of Pitlsbure is at the Station who has been visiting friends in mothers funeral Buhr Mrs Geo Alexander of Greenville this city the past week returned home Capt James Blackburn was in town Sat Miss is in the city visiting her mother Wednesday morning urday Capt L W Gayle wife and daughter Mrs Grant Green Hon J C S Blackburn was in the city L L Anderson Esq of Louisville was and Miss Archie Goldsmith of Greenville on Saturday Miss who have been at the Buhr leave in the city on yesterday shaking hands with Mr J E Miles and family are boarding his many friends for Niagara Wednesday at Buhr Hotel Miss Josie Duvall who has been visiting Mr I T Risley wife and daughter Miss Miss Van Meter of Winchester is visit friends in Versailles for two weeks returned Ora of Lagrange spent several days in ing Mrs Exum h me on Saturday this city the first of the week the guests of Hen John Duvall of Monterey is visitMrs Sheffer Richardson N ticket agent Mr Will Grant L ing in the city who has been quite ill for the past week is Mrs Chas R Gresham was summoned to Mr Lewis Berry of Versailles was in able to be out again her old home in Gogginsville Georgia on Wo often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and town this week Monday by a telegram announcing the failed to invest because they thought it would not grow muoh more Mike Laughlin of Ml Sterling Mr But stronger still will bo the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invest Miss Mannie Powell is visiting relatives has bpen in the city this week visiting dangerous illness of her only brother it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country in St Louis Mo relatives and friends Mrs Merchant and daughter Miss Jen is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what a future Mrs R Jones is visiting her sister Mrs Mr James A Hodges of the Louisville nie of Louisville who have been visiting it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near as cheap Wayts South Side Republican made a flying trip to this city Mrs R L Grinstead in Bellepoint for several weeks returned home Monday ing The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead Â¬ Miss Sue Rodman is visitng Miss Euge on Wednesday evening conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself morning nia Lewis Midway Mr Will Ely who has been in the city Population Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Ex Gov L P Blackburn was very ill on Business Property Residence Acreage per acre Mrs Rebecca Barbour has been quite for the past week returned Monday to his 750000 10000 700 7000 Monday and it was thought he could not Chicago business at Flat Lick Ky spveral days sickfor Buffalo 240000 3000 350 2000 long survive but he is somewhat improved Cleveland Mr Jno D Pickett of Indianapolis is 227000 3500 500 1500 Hon J Boyle Stone is stopping at and hopes arc entertained that he will soon Milwaukee 105000 200 1500 3000 visiting his parents Prof J D Pickett and Buhrs for several days Detroit be out again 155000 2000 800 3000 wife at the Capital Hotel Minneapolis 140000 300 2000 Col V Larue Thomas of Louisville was 3500 Col J Hull Davidson Major D Vert St Paul Mrs A B Montgomery wife of Con 140000 300 1200 2000 in the city on Tuesday 105000 300 3500 5000 and daughter were ner Johnson and Capt Stephen T Swift Kansas City gressman Montgomery Miss Mary Walls Brown has returned 800 90000 300 of Lexington came down to see Damon Indianapolis 150 in the city on Wednesday 150 78000 1200 5000 fiom a visit to Louisville and Pythias and returned home on the C Omnha Toledo 100 1100 50000 1000 Col Wm Pieston Johnson President of O train Monday night is Col Thos H Taylor of Louisville Dulnth 100 20000 1000 1500 New Orleans is visiting Tulane- - University visiting relatives in the city Miss Carrie Peterson has returned from Col J Stoddard Johnston her visit to Gallatin county accompanied was in Mr Grant Green of Louisville The Twin Oitiee St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ Mrs Landon A Thomas jr and Misses by her cousin Miss Churchill Wigginton the city the first of the week tre to centre have only nbout five miles of n partly vacant space between them and and Emily Thomas have been visit Anne who will spend a few weeks with her aunt hnve n common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 Judge James Flannagan of Winchester ing in Cincinnati this week Mrs Peterson South Side d 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly had only 41000 was in the city on Monday Mr Phil Selbert and son Mr John Dearer 150000 each and the ide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Judge Thos R Gordon of Owcnton Selbert left Tuesday for a visit to French A Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home wa in the city on Saturday Lick Springs Indiana in the territory immediately tributary to Ky Aug 12 87 Mr Will hhelton of Kansas City Mo Mrs Jno Haly has returned home after Frankfort is visiting relatives in this city a very pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Editor Roundabout I desire to return my sincere left Monday for a visit W A Skain of Lexington Miss Sallie Holt and Mt Sterling thanks to all those who assisted in to Richmond Mr Frank Craig commercial tourist for Co of Louisville was in saving my house at the fire on Miss Carrie Blakemore of Farmdale is Arthur Peter May the Wednesday morning the city the first of the week visiting Miss Minnie Williams all Mrs M R Wayts and Miss Maud have good Lord bless you Miss Corinne Blackburn returned to her Mrs Nicholas Cain Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Versailles on Saturday returned home from the Linnietta Springs home in where they spent several weeks Miss Rose Stewart returned Saturday A large hog weighing 300 Miss Maggie Savage and Miss Mamie ftom a visit to Columbus Ohio in fell into the excavation home pounds Mr J M Kerr editor of the Jessamine Slaven of Lexington have returned for the new sewer at the inter- Â¬ after a visit to friends in this city Journal was in the city yesterday Sault Ste Marie Clair The completion this year of the Minneapolis independent of and Atlantic Road will Mrs John C Herndon and danhter section of Main and St Messrs R S Noch and Jim Todd of give it direct communication with New York Chicago and will put Fannie have returned from a visit of seve- streets and it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast Thursday night Louisville were in the city Sunday ral weeks to friends in Henderson after wandering through the sewer Dr Ioomis of Cincinnati is visiting the Mrs Jack Long returned home after a all night it was hauled out at the family of Col J Stoddird Johnston of on fie with Ind is two weeks visit in Madison Miss Sannie Gaines of Georgetown upper end of the trench Friday the family of Mr John C Wilhoit visiting Miss Ada Gaines South Side morning the strength of a half And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Mattie Mo is Mr Fred Bagby of Booneville Jones returned Wednesday from a visit to dozen men being required to do Inter State Commerce Luw The rich country all around is filling up more and more visiting his mother Mrs G F Bagby and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still friends in Polsgrove and Monterey the job larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufaotures are Misses Ruby Ringo and Cordelia Lindsey Mrs T W Sinclair and children have daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the are visiting Miss Ada Railey Midway The best remedy for chicken returned home after spending a month with Haly is visiting her Miss Blanche C cholera ever introduced here is relatives and friends in Scott county friend Miss Nellie Byrne of Maysville Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure Mis Sam R Shanks and children are left for Ducker on Miss Mary Paiker it Sold by spending the summer at Mrs Nelson Try Carpenter Tuesday to visit Miss Sophia ODonnell LeComfie Heffners Broadway street this city Miss Loulie Wiard is visiting her sister Mr Will Hoge now employed on the There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent Ky Aug 6 87 Mrs Robt B Franklin in St Paul Minn near Shelbyville All the causes that have for the last Jive years operated to make St Paul a great city construction of the L S R R Mr Richard Crittenden of Greenville Shelbyville was in town for a few days this Editor Roundabout are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and In the issue of July 30th of your most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis Mississippi is visiting his parents in this week paper in an article signed taxcity Mrs Sophia Monroe of Cincinnati has Miss Joe Moss returned Saturday from a returned to her home after quite a long payer your correspondent says Shelby was doubtful as to her visit to friends in the western part of the visit to the Misses Schaeffer Eliza and Hewitt said you instructions State Maggie By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material referring to myself and your Misses Salhe and Ella Giltner of Carroll Miss Agnes Blackburn of Natchez condition by the certain promise 01 the citys situation and surroundings by every ton are visiting the Misses Giltner at the Tenn who has been visiting Miss Annie Court house clique carry Shelbv proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that for me and I will give you a stay the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and Buhr Steele is visiting Mrs Robt Wilson near more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of in tne collection 01 your taxes Miss Allies Blackburn has returned from Woodlake Gen Hewitt never asked me to all whose good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac the country and is visiting Miss Annie with Maj W L Seibert of the Engineer vote for him in his life and I ueny quaintedhuve a her institutionsof Southern customers and all their investments have Steele We large number Corps U S A is here to look over the any such agreement was ever either been sold out at a large profit in some cases Mr Chas E Ilaff and wife left Monday management of the Kentucky river im- that And besides made between us morning for Peru New York to visit his provements he has never promised me to stay parents Mrs Will Saffell and her daughter Miss the collection of Shelbys taxes Miss Cirdie Haley and little Lucille To Todd of Frankfort were visiting in the longer than the revenue laws of bin fire visiting little Nellie Skain of Lex- town and county the first of the week the State make it encumbent upon ington Anderson Araus I make this state- Â¬ me to settle An investment made with moderate judgment Miss Louise Heller is at home from a Mrs Rella Kampmann who has been ment in justice to Gen Hewitt Or have largely advanced in value here is sure to net the owner from Wil visit to fiiends in Cincinnati and other visiting her sister Mrs Dr Emmett whom I consider a high toned liamson returned to her home in Indianap points AXTXTT7M Â¬ Peracmals HJ i w NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ K Â¬ Card s ST PAULS imiTIEHSETRnDE The Third Railroad Centre the United States Â¬ 1 ft to it lie lead Navigation ilississipoi i STOCK THBD M PUD BE ONE INDUSTRIES WILL SOON IMMENSE CITY I 1 I 11 Â¬ Â¬ Tnree Hunarea Per Cent Per Annum 25 TO 100 FEB CENT PER ROBT B Â¬ Ji Â¬ Mrs M E D Smith and son Mr Ran dolph F Snith have gone to Old Point Comfort olis bst Monday Mis has been Monday Cbenault of Richmond who visiting Miss Sallie Holt left Mr C Ruhlhaak traveling man for the E H Taylor Jr Co was in the city on Saturday Messrs Stuart and Houston Woods and Lucien Mastin of Woodlake were in town Saturday Mr J H Thomas of Danville is visiting his daughter Mrs J A Coons at the Cap ital Hotel Judge P Upshaiv Major and party re- turned on Steamer Blue Wing from Dren non Springs Mr J C Allen ol Florida who has been visiting friends in this city has gone to Washington Miss Corinne Blackburn and Miss Hen a Messrs L F Johnson William Minor and Charles Cardwell left for Cumberland Gap on Tuesday last The party will camp on the mountain Messrs Will Jenkins Harry C Mallory Thos Averill and Frank Craig of Louis ville and Sam Bull spent Sunday at Wood lake this county Mrs John Will Johnson and child will leave next week for Chattanooga Tennessee to join her husband and make that city their future home Mr Todd Hall of Winchester Ky is in the city looking out for prospects as a can didate for Door keeper of the next House of Representatives Kline and daughter Mrs Rebecca of Shreveport La are visiting at Juanita the home of her father Mayor E H Tay lor jr South Side Col John 0 Hodges of Lexington was Â¬ gentleman and would not stoop to so low an intrigue as your correspondent charges him with Winford Bailey FRANKLIN ODIN G CLAY Sheriff of Shelby County The True Method habitual constipation and liver and kidney ills is to avoid the use of the bitter drastic liver medicines and cathartics and to take only the pleasant liquid It fruit remedy Syrup of Figs well as strengthens the cleanses as system and does not leave the bowels costive so that regular habits may be formed and the invalid permanently restored to health It acts promptly and effectively it is easily taken and For sale in perfectly harmless cents and 100 bottles by 50 Gayle Chapman 48 im Of curing GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING Â¬ Â¬ REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky Bank of Frankfort State Bank of Virginia Deposit Branch Bank of Kentucky Planters National bank Richmond Va Frankfort Ky The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn may28 iy - II Llwtiy mmtimrnmmmmkmmmmmmmMmm wmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm MMftMB ii LiiygpyiiawawwBwwMwwiwy 3 tSitf f 1 cheers for Bourbon Now for the battle in Scott countv which will come off as soon as the vote of the magistrates can be had which will bein a few days they setting the election which cannot be less than thtity days from the issuing of the order Then when carried by a large vote comes the surveying of the route then the contractinjj I say carried then the building by a large vote for I firmly believe it will be for the people the bone and sinew of the three counties started out with the determination of knowing no such word as fail by keeping her level running her straight and putting her through When the people resolve the world moves and those who fail to move are run over and left be hind Business men farmers mechanics all professions as I have said in former letters must catch the step and keep the step or they will never catch up This is a progressive age A man a John E Miles p community a county or a State Among the Colored Citi Â¬ that fails to catch on to this idea is zens sure to get left who has such a contented disposition and who Y PEPPEK POh says my father did so he was a Midway was visited by a 3000 Mrs Julia Harvey is very sick good man and I am trying to pat fire on Tuesday night My county and tern after him Mrs Simpson grandmother of State have done well They used B I Harney is vry sick Council Notes the old fashionel things and prosDied Fanny Pryor 8 months at the residence of Mr Robt H pered I do not believe in going The railroad to Paris and then Petition of Mr Mandeville asking old daughter of Fanny Johnson Wilson near Woodlake on Wed- Â¬ too fast Neither do I but for reduction of rent on room in to the coal fields in the mountains Miss Mollie Graham of Chrifc Opera House nesday night in honor of several watch be careful that we dont go Rejected seems to be regarded as an estab- Â¬ too slow or will we get in the wav tiansburg visited Miss Katie J young ladies visiting there Peition of Barrett Heffner lished fact People are acting and hinder those who are moving Washburn on the 10th inst asking that amendment be made If we have got a poor hilly Pepper Pod expects to retire Mr James M Wakefield the upon it as a fact for the near to future This road is bound to pass old and reliable calls attention to farm it is the very reason we from the paper business very soon that contract for Opera House so city should have the use of through or near r the Forks of his lumber business in this days should be up with all improve- in favor of Mr Please Everybody same for all State city and county w Labor saved is money ments Elkhorn By the time the cars paper He is doing a large and made Mrs Ennis Berry is still unable conventions and all entertainments The margins in every run through the Forks there will thriving business and he deserves thing raised manufactured or sold to waiK irom tne ertects 01 having for the good of the citv free of are small and the man that fails to stuck a nail into her foot five weeks charge upon three days notice be a town stretching along the it Rejected understand or catch on will ago pike from this city to the Forks The young men of the Wood leave his children where his ancesThe city borrowed 5000 from Miss Hattie Renick of LouisThe people who are looking out lake neighborhood gave a hop at tors commenced having a hard ville is visiting her relatives Farmers Bank at 6 per cent for investments will not be slow in the Misses Ellis Wooldridge and interest for four months placing Wingates Hall in that place last time of it taking in the situation Along ivery aay 1 near tarmers say Harris nigKt which was hugely enjoyed 5000 sewer bonds as collateral wheat is below the price of producthis road is the natural place for Mr Mangan moved that 20 be Miss Roberta Burks of Minne- Â¬ by all present including several of tion It may be below the price Frankfort to grow If one will paid her cousin allowed Engineer Phillips for extra the elite of this city they are producing it but they apolis Minn pass out this pike he will realize Rev G H Burks a flying visit services in refitting hteam fire must bear in mind this is a great Saturday Bourbon county reach- big world and that other sections last Sunday engine Rejected and that what we state is true Be- Â¬ 10 al- Â¬ lowed fore he gets outside of the city ed across Scott and shook hands are raising it and making money Samuel Love inflicted seveVal We can to if we will ugly gashes on his mistress Josie limits he will see a new house go- Â¬ with Franklin Soon we hope to at it John Hardin offered his for note throw aside our old wooden mould with a knife last Sunday night damage to public lamp without ing up in Parkers lot with an im- see the three sisters Bourbon security and get one that and then made good his escape Accepted posing front and a mansard roof Scott and Franklin join hands board plows one man can do as much with as Rev J F Thomas P E The question of purchasing new When he gets to the forks of the and march on to prosperity to- three had been doing Throw will hold his fourth and last Quar- hose was referred to Fire Commit Â¬ pikes at Sim Paynes two miles gether away your old scythe and cradles terly Conference at St A tee with instructions to report from the city he will find a new and get drills reapers and mowers M E Church to night Johns toand Mr Will T Crutcher formerly Get roads of all kinds as near our The committee directed to ad- Â¬ store and a new blacksmith shop morrow All the God fearing and vertise for 2x and 2 foot sewer on of this city but lately of Los farms as we possibly can Stop loyal members will be at church next week put there by John L Holmes street to connect with Angelos Cal has been offered a quarreling with our neighbors to morrow Come and hear him prison sewer on condition Mr Scott jr one of Frankforts boys position as Chief of the Registered because they see further in the probably for the last time to catch the growing trade and Thomas pays 100 Letter Division in the Kansas future than we do not because we Rev R H C Mitchell and grow up with the developments live in the hills and cannot do as Matter of rate of gas postponed City Mo Post office and has ac- Â¬ well as those who live in a more officers of his church take this until Friday night that may follow Other improvecepted the same and returned to level and richer portion of the opportunity to return their thanks ments and investments will drift that city to reside We are glad country that we should not try to his honor Gov J P Knott fill The election of a policeman to in this direction the vacancy occasioned by the This looks like to note the fact that Will s ser- to improve what we have Let us and Mrs R W Hanson State resignation of P F Smith was for the use of the business It means business and vices are in demand listen to reason This is an age Librarian State house grounds on last Sun postponed until Friday night nothing else A man who has of progression They had a successful meet after two ballots There were never made any progress in anv- - day The Terra Cotta and the Clay eight candidates ing thing is not the man to set himself The drama of Damon and Bank Boating Clubs of this city up for a teacher and we should be Thc City Attorney presented an There were two large excursions Pythias was presented at the were out racing on the river on careful to let our reasoning facul here Sunday one from Louisville ordinance making it unlawful for Opera House on Monday evening Wednesday last The race was ties be always at work Hear and the other from Lexington any person owning or controlling by the amateur talent of this city When All acted very well except a any house in Frankfort to know- run on the stretch of smooth water weigh digest everything assisted by Mr and Mrs E S we pick out a leader or leaders part of that Lexington crowd inly let rent or lease any such from the Pumping House to the be careful that they are men who Some of them had to act disorder house or houses in the city of Laurie of Cincinnati Ohio for ot oiair street oridge and was will They ly as usual by firing off their Frankfort to be used and occupied lead us right the benefit of Dexter Lodge won by the Clay Banks amid the should be sober solid business pistols when the train started It as a place of prostitution and any No 54 Knights of Pythias A applause of the crowd who had men A man who has done noth- - must have been the same party such letting or renting of any good audience was in attendance ing farming is not the man to in- - that acted so badly on the George house to a person or persons and the performance was very a assembled to witness the race whose general reputation in the struct in farming The same with town excursion some time ago -T Mr rrfflltnhlf city is that of a prostitute shall be iiif nnrc ine gas wen has oeen inV any other business or profession n J H t Ck w KaSa prima facie evidence that such per T4 I do not iiiu ncnmuii ui it lauwuii uiu il it mis over six hundred feet the drill agree on expect everv is one to resident of son at the time of the leasing 1 every thing that called Laurie were first class and Miss having passed through slate and progression ColeBC bK thc knew that the person leasing the but at the sametime of Commissioners on Aug same designed or intended to use Lizzie Davis as Calanthie was into white sand n A vein of sul- cni 10tlU C WilS DOnl Ilt LexitlgtOIl also very good while little Miss phur water was struck the first of a ct nnrl the same as a place for prostitu because one man at y k u 3W huualtu J tfnmWrl in ln n t liii nnrl muvil Marry Brown Duvall as Damons the week which flowed out the tion and for immoral purposes uitv r lost money is no reason why College in 1874 and had the de which was rejected child was immense top of the well and necessitated gree of A M conferred upon him Mr John W Milam as Diony a stoppage until it could be cased every man should do thc same in 18S4 Mr Posey moved to amend the He has taught in the We often build on failures of ordinance in regard to carrying sius Mr Walker Peters as Pythias out Drilling was resumed on others After they have gone public schools of Kentucky and and Mr Lee A Owens as Procles Wednesday and indications are oyer the road we see the mire in the High School of Kansas concealed weapons by adding ten days imprisonment to all persons were all very good they got into anu we go around or City Mo We do not think the found guilty Rejected V very favorable for gas Board could have made a better Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Look out for the new daily pa- per The Evening Journal on - Two first rate games of ball Monday evening were played at Lake Park on Mr D K Rawlings a young Friday and Saturday afternoon of attorney from Clay county has lolast week by the Larry Gattos of Louisville and the Frankforts cated in this city for the practice Large crowds were in attendance of his profession and although our home team was We would call attention to the defeated in both instances the advertisement of Mr B L enjoyed very much sport was Marshall offering seed wheat and The score in both instances was farm stock for sale quite close Fridays being 8 to 6 Messrs Crutcher Starks issue Saturday and Saturdays 6 to 5 the home club had the lead until in this number of our paper their the last inning but then the vis- weekly bulletin of reduced prices itors lit on to Merchant who had so in articles in their line far completely baffled them and The new crossing on Wapping assisted bv errors scored three street in front of the Government runs winning the game Building is completed and is a In both of these games the bat- first rate improvement m teries of the Frankforts Messrs The excursion up the river on Nelson and Hudson and Merchant Â¬ and Snyder did first class work the Grace Morris Thursday eveninl had they received better sup ing was not very largely patronized port in the field would have laid it but was exceedingly pleasant and agreeable on the visitors The Gattos went to Lexington called Swal A new on Mundav and after defeating the lowfields has been established in club in that city twice returned this county It is located in the here Wednesday and played a northern part of the county near third game with the Frankforts the Owen countv line which they also won by a score of Now then for Scott county As 12 to 8 The Frankforts went to Lexing- Â¬ soon as she swings into line with ton Thursday and played a game her subscription work will be com- Â¬ with the Lexington Club which menced on the Paris Georgetown Frankfoit Railroad resulted in a score of 7 to 3 in favor of the Lexingtons A social entertainment was given Â¬ Base Ball Commun Icated Frankfokt Ky I Dear Roundabout The election in Bourbon countv on the 6th resulted in favor of the tax for the P G F R R by a majority of 1736 They like Frankfort must have voted all the bbys black and vhite Three August ir 1887 straddle it One man builds a machine - another by seeing it improves on it I never had a piece of machinery in my mill that I did not imagine I coid and often have improved it by making changes Let us not be drones Let our constant effort be that the world will have made some progression by our having been born and lived in it Let our foot prints be left on the sands of time There is something for us all to do besides eat live and die We should advance constantlv We should know more then our fathers knew Our children should know I have lived more than we know I was born to see many changes in as hilly portion of the country My father is any in this county lived and died where I was born He died trying to get roads so as to get out to the outside world To day that country is interlined with turnpikes in every direction I have always advocated and spent my money in them Am always willing to back mv judgment Let us all town and coirty work and pull together dis pensing with al rings aid cliques ou do lor me and Ill do for you Let us do nothing that has even a squinting in this direction selection for the position than Prof Jackson for he knows better what we need in Kentucky than a Wc feel satisfied foreigner does that the Normal School will be a success for Prof Jackson is not a coming young man but he has come already Heis there now and saying to the thousands of young men of Kentucky come on and take your refuge in the ranks of intelligence industry and moral- Â¬ ity Died Mary Green wife of Warren Green aged 6 years Funeril services by Revs Young and Dotson at Bethel Baptist Church Mrs Louisa Grimes aged 39 years She leaves a largi family to mourn her loss among them are Nannie her youngest daugh- Â¬ ter who has been confined to her bed ever since November 25th from the effects of a wound she received from a pistol in the hands of Thomas Parker Sister Grimes was a member of St Johns A M E Church and departed this life in the full triumph of a living faith her funeral took place from St Johns A M E Church Rev G rl Burks Pastor in charge and Rev E Evans officiated Eddie Scott daughter of Sallie Scott Funeral services by Rev E Evans Susie H T Norman daughter of Mariah Norman and grand Â¬ daughter of Susan Daniels aged 2 years I m I m WRa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j I 1 Â¬ ciiri KfiH1Joaru PS01 jtwi fi1 Â¬ t e p TV lrV V fV 1 H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter Editor GDORGE A LEWIS erncS 3P oTolislier AUGUST FRANKFOKT in 1887 av - K r i 7 - f Cf - Tlie signs of Kentuckys awaken ing to a new era of progress and prosperity are evident upon every Thank God that the Rip hand Van Winkle sleep of our grand old State is a thing of the past Now let every man put his shoulder to the vheel and make the dear old mother of us all what her natural position and resources entitle her to be She has long been noted for her beautiful women brave men fast horses and fine Now let us add another whisky greater and grander appellation to her diadem that of a wide awake energetic enlightened intelligent thriving and prosperous people Let our people remember that the opportunity to thrive in order to be permanent and not to be a short lived mush room boom must have a solid and sub stantial backing of material wealth That Kentucky has in untold measure Husband your resources invest your means in Kentucky enteiprizes and Kentucky measDo not send yoiy hard ures earned money to other States under the glamor of fictitious booms which may soon be swept away by the breath of adversity but put it here at home where you can kuozv that all is as it is represented and not what hired blovi ators may paint it There is no earthly reason why Kentucky should not show up in the next decade In the van of the prosperous section of the country where she ought to have been years ago Jbut for her easy going sleepy headed way of doing Enough of the past Let us look with high hope and determined resolve to the brightening Â¬ and-prospe- Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ future Now that the election is over and a calm and disinterested view can be taken of the result we can safely say that its like never has been seen in the State of Ken- Â¬ tucky Old and experienced poli- Â¬ ticians have been dumfounded and have had all their calculations knocked into smithereens It is amusing to a looker on to hear how the different wiseacres account for its astounding facts The first excuse was General Apathy The next was that the Prohibition and Labor parties had done the mischief Another was local question and quarrels were the cause And so on to the end of the chapter None of these excuses were found to hold water and have proved failures The true causes of the whole The thing were simply these Republican party has been growRid of ing steadily and rapidly offices and their attendant the quarrels and heart burnings the party has been solidified and has brought out nearer than ever Â¬ before its full vote It still has which was quite a lare vote unpolled The Democrats also now have the offices to quarrel over both and their State and National supreme confidence in their majority made them resort to a barbe- Â¬ cue campaign with its attendant pyrotechnics in place of close hand to hand work Â¬ Clay the last sur Col John Field seeds Buggies wagons viving son of the immortal Harry Farming Fox 8324 of the West died suddenly of Cardin 4815 appoplexy at his home near Lex Â¬ 0 we keep 7 if Stock SHI XVlnln St HARDWARE Total vote cast OLD HICKORY WAGONS 284126 ington on Wednesday last Mr Buckncrs plurality over Clay was said to be strikingly like Tentucky and McSherry Bradley 15717 his father He was a breeder and Buckners majority over trainer of thoroughbreds and had all 2578 at one time been quite successful Where has the boasted 60000 upon the turf Of late years Buggies Surreys Road Carts majority gone to We guess it his successes were more however has turned its dainty toes up to the than overbalanced by reverses daisies He leaves a wife but no children Of every description HARROWS CUT- The vote for the Coustitutional TlliP BOXES CIDER MILLS and a tine line of Hnruess uff t Convention seems to be favorable Saddles One of the happiest men in but it may be several days before town last Saturday evening was it can be officially announced Judge Wm Lindsay He has not gotten over it yet One more Â¬ The Frankfort Literary So pull now Judge and Scott county ciety Again will be with you and your satis- Â¬ There can be no mistake about faction will be complete Last it Frankfort is waking up fall the old city completed her hundreth year and celebrated the OF 175 ACRES SITUATED 114 MILES occasion in a manner that would miles south A FARMBridgeport 2 the Louisvillefrom Benson from pike Pea have done credit to any of the Depot 114 miles frompike will run within Vj mile Ridge and Frankfort pike runs Brldgeiort k larger cities of the country and of the house farm About oneBensonIn cultivation half through the In grass and timber Abundance and the balance miMitt only a few days since she took the ITurm nnlllfl tu flvtftofl In AA ffitllii DO YOU necessary steps to enlarge her rail- 3 lots of 75 75 and 25 acres eachuuuPlenty of No 1 summer iiil lOUaCCO lilUU miuci nun Young orchard of 75 or 80 trees ready to bear road connections with the rest of Also strawberries raspberries and grapes House We cant give you that but we will give you the beat has 6 rooms and all the world and now she has added bargain If sold soon the out houses needed A W LEE CRUTCHER the blessings of the Literary SoBridgeport Ky Aug fr St 300 in the city Gents Shoe for II u 250 ciety to the list of her steps in 200 WOOD The plan of this soprogress Ladies Kid Boot for 250 H ti u u ii 200 ciety is such as to enable it to do HAVE HARD AND SOFT WOOD CUT TO WE lengths at our mill a great good in our midst indeed Ordersstove same accompanied by for sale cheap cash promptly for OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION it can do nothing but good and attended to CO P S RULE OEE-A-TSZHZ-A-Tdeserves the approbation of every Aug G lm I man woman and child who de- Â¬ A large stock- and prices to suit the times diffusion of sires a general knowledge and the advancement CHICKEN of cultivated thoughts The programme has been com- Â¬ Cholera Cure pleted and will contain many liteNormal School rary features both rich and rare PLEASUREVILLE KY in a word it will be a feast of fat One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1837 things Mrs Rosa Vertner Jeffrey dences in South Frankfort is expected to have a poem on the OF STUDY SUITED TO ALL TEL COURSES type writing short hand and book W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS Sam Blue Grass Belt Capt keeping taught without extra charge for tuition DRhouse and and lot on the corner of Cross and Cheapest school In the State Send for catalogue Main streets The lot contains about two acres Gaines will read a paper on the and the house Is In good repair There ure apple J B SECREST Pres Aug 6 4 peach and plum trees In ubundnce upon the place two large pits stocked with MursUal Nell great London Literary Club in the roses and u green bouse planted with roses and heated with Hltcblngs Improved hot water days of Sam Johnson Dr Gober apparatus will read an essay on Sleep four TERMS EASY Apply to Dr WHHALL young lawyers will debate the propriety of encouraging foreign emiDEVOIR gration Mrs Wade will read a To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock Thousands of dollars worth of Good salary and Expenses or Commission per selection Robert Burns Wilson chickens die every year from Chol- manent employment guaranteed Address at BUGGIES SURRYS Sc HARNESS AT SN ELL 4 110WLAND once stating uge Nurserymen St Louis Mo Col Tom Ford and Miss Katie era It is more fatal to chickens than July IKhn NO aiS LEWIS STREET THE But the NEARLY OPPOSITECarriageFARMERS BANK Shipp will read original poems all other diseases combined positively Ky work repaired and discovery of a remedy that painted JJQUIN and the whole of the ceremonies cures it has been made4nd to be conApr HHui NEW TRANSFER LINE will be interspersed and agreeably vinced of its efficacy only requires a FARM FOR SALE flavored with the most charming trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for 1 passenger and valise or satchel 25 cents 85 cents It is guar- 1 passengegaud 12 trunk one hundred chickens 1 50 cents songs from Miss Nellie Orbison TO QUIT FARMING ON ACCOUNT anteed If after using two thirds of 2 passenger and 1 trunks passengers and trunk 50 cents of 111 health I Oder mr farm of 163 acres 60 cents lying on Miss Clara Stafford and Will Heff a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly 2 passengers and 2 trunks the Lawrenceburg pike three miles from bargain satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken G Children 5 years old and under 9 trill be charged Frankfort for sale privately at aK ner cents In audition to above Where there ure J PAHRKNT Cholera return it to the undersigned June 11 tf several children charges will be reasonable st Our people will look forward to and your money will be refunded Baggage will be transferred hi wagon Fishing parties picnics 4c will receive prompt this intellectual treat next Thurs- Â¬ attention at reasonable rates FOR SALE BY Orders may be left ut the Telephone Exchange day night with much pleasure Holmes 4 Hallorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of OF O CRUTCHER fc A H Waggoners Grocery store on THE FIRM Frankfort R Kentucky Is this CO Broadway day Young ladies and gentlemen who LeCompte Carpenter fice and dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring W B LUCKETT O R Crutcher assumes all the liabilities and Telephone 81 have heretofore been hidingJtheir all firm of O SOUTH SIDE DBUGGISTS r Orders may also be left at LeCompte Carpau will collect Co accounts due o the CRUTCHER H Crutcher 4 R lers South Side Drug Store sparks of genius and talent under JuIyJKt WM JORDAN May 28 3m M Â¬ The truth of the whole business is that the parties arc much more nearly balanced than is generally believed If the voting was done by seret ballot the facts above stated would be given still more emphatic demonstration The total vote cast shows that it is the largest vote ever given in the State and does away with the cry that General Apathy was manifested as to the result The fact still remains with stubborn force- that the people are restless under the present state of affairs and have hardly as yet made up their minds as to the extent of the revolt from party domination that they are willing to make The following are the official figures on the heads of the State tickets as shown by the official vote now on file in the Secretary of States office up to the hour of our going to press Buckner H3352 Bradley 127635 - r a bushel now have an appropriate field inviting them to enter the lists for usefulness and fame Go to this meeting next Thurs- - Crutcher Starks WEEKLY BULLETIN day night and join this movement which with other movements in the same direction will one day make the talent of our Capital We have an unusually nice line and prices reduced from 3 to 4 per We show choice styles and seasonable dozen City shine forth like the light house set upon a hill Mr Albert H Crutcher and A job lot 2 per dozen seamless and a bargain bride nee Miss Walton HenderO son arrived here on the C and train on Wednesday evening will remain a few days visiting Mr for 50 cents Just half price NECKWEAR Â¬ Â¬ HOISERY STRAW HATS 1 A Bellepoint Crutcher We congratulate Mr upon having won so fair a young bride and wish them all the con nubial bliss they are entitled to They will make their home in the Cal future at Los Angelos Mr Crutcher is practicing where in Â¬ Crutchers parents Crutcher and wife Col J N NIGHT SHIRTS Job lot 62 y cents worth 1 WHITE HALL MAIN 1 C MASTIN G H MASTIN law MASTIN BROS DKALEKS in Hiemenls GRAIN DRILLS 3m FOR SALE Â¬ WANT THE EARTH Â¬ Â¬ STOVE 11 G s SATSI SI - Â¬ Central R K MSCLURE iFOR S l L E Â¬ 1 Â¬ SALESMEN Feb-20-l- y Â¬ S LE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1TOTICE Â¬ I J rrs MT r7 Tf T TTfrFTjj JT Tt 5 5 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AUGUST M 1887 Has the dog law been repealed or not Â¬ Read L B Marshalls adverSmoke the White Wins Cigar nt tisement in another column 47 37 0 m LeCompte Carpenters The water companys pipe W H Hampton of Ash- Â¬ across the bridge has been re Rev land will preach at Ascension paired and is now water tight Church to morrow morning and We learn that work upon the river evening pipe will be begun in a short time Â¬ Laces PARASOLS PARASOLS You can buy a parasol for less Medicia Torchon Val Chantilla than cost at Antique and the largest assorted stock Cos 46 Fam D Johnson of Hamburgs just received at A Har Â¬ ris St Clair street 80 Great Reduction - H Laces Laces The Board of Trade meets in Ralph Beaumont of Elmyra regular monthly session on Mon New York will deliver a lecture Paris Frankfort Georgetown Railroad evening A full attendance at the Court House on Monday day of the members is desired evening at 8 oclock upon Knights Vote of Bourbon county Saturday Aug 6th for subscription f 250000 Admission 15 cents We are indebted to Mrs Ada of Labor FOR AOAINST Millersburg 135 204 Garrett for some of finest peaches We believe we can safely say Cltntonville 4S 25 of the season They were home that Rev George Darsie of Bos- Â¬ Flat Rock 2t 249 Hutchison 66 146 grown and of excellant quality ton will be here about the 6th of Centreville 216 9 N Middleton 30 350 Â¬ Commandery No 4 September and will hold a meet- Kmldells Mills Frankfort 120 106 1401 will meet in regular monthly con- ing of one weeks duration at the Paiis clave on Thursday evening next Christian Church 826 2562 asylum in Odd Fellows at their If you want seed wheat fine Last Monday evening Mr D Temple chickens stock hogs horses cows B Walcutt lost his diamond pin Frankfort Chapter No 3 Royal or calves read L B Marshalls ad- which was taken from his shirt vertisement in another column Arch Masons will meet in regular where he had placed it while act Â¬ 47 monthly communication on Tuesing in the drama of Damon and Kavanaugh Camp meeting was Pythias Soon after a warrant was day evening next at 8 oclock in opened at the grounds near Beards sworn out against Mr Hugh Gay Masonic Hall Station on Thursday and will We would call attention to the continue until the 22d The L and he was arrested and lodged in jail In the meantime Mr Gay advertisement of the residence of N Railroad will sell round trip had delivered the pin over to Mr the late E Whitesides for sale tickets from this city to Beards For Rent Three unfurnished Foit Sailor ILvts Sailor hats at Larkin the policeman saying he is a commodius and comfortable rooms Apply to It at less than half fare The Sunday had found it He had an examin- Â¬ 20 cents go to A Harris St Clair Richardson CampbellMrs Sheffer street near 39 house train which leaves this city at 730 ing trial before Squire Pat Mc- Â¬ street Shelby 46 tf We have a large line of white We are under obligations to Mr to morrow morning will enable Donald on Thursday morning Parasols and Joe E Parrent for several fine all to attend who may so desire and was held over to the Circuit and colored bed spreads which styles at very fans in all shades and we are going to sell at very low low prices at A Harris watermelons They were the St Clair street 39 prices On Tuesday afternoon about 3 Court in 150 bond most delicious ones we have tasted Weitzel ODonnell 45 oclock Mr Jimmie Sneed was For Sale or Rent A frame Hot weather inducements ice this season riding rapidly up St Clair street cold soda water direct from the 25 Dozen full regular made un- cottage of four rooms hall double Mrs Paph Julian of Indiana on horseback and when at the in- Â¬ Arctic regions the best in the bleached balbriggan hose at 167 porches cellar well of good water in the yard and stable on the prem- Â¬ who has been very ill for the past tersection of Main a little son of World at OH APM AN G AY LFAS cents per pair ises Lot 150 by 100 feet Price Sam D Johnson Co 46 48 tf week at the home of her sister Mr Hugh McKenzie attempted 2 500 Apply at this office m Miss Annie Herndon near this to run across the street and was The Frankfort Water Company MATTERNS best Photographs 46 tf knocked down by the horse but are rec eiving two new valve boxes of all sizes reduced to half price city is very much better Try the celebrated Eureka Springs fortunately escaped serious injury for their pumps each weighing just purchased a large stock of Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Â¬ I Heres to you sister Paris about ten tons They are from silks and will offer them at very low man AGavles 31 tf L B Marshall has a good lot and is hoping you may live long the Holly Works Buffalo N Y prices Call and see them Every Hybrid seed We hope to have of Mediterranean and prosper Blacksmith shop workmen from which place will yard guaranteed at A Harris St on For Rent for sale 47 upper Main street Apply to the honor of welcoming George- Â¬ wheat 39 Pending Clair street put them in position C R Gresham Second street town into the sisterhood pretty Misses Fannie and Ada Gaines this which will take a fortnight We have marked down all goods near Shelby 46 soon gave a delightful entertainment at the company is using a Wentworth in our store and if you want cheap My corsets for 40 cents can not be There was a very refreshing rain the residence of their father Capt pump of the capacity of one goods call and see us beat in the world for the price Call Weitzel ODonnell 45 fell on Friday night last It cooled Sam Gaines in South Frankfort million gallons per day about and see them at A Harris St Clair the atmosphere very considerably on Tuesday evening It was given one half the capacity of their large LOOK 39 street May a kind Providence send more in honor of Miss Sannie Gaines pumps They have been running A fresh lot of syrup of figs just reÂ¬ For the celebrated Langtry of the same sort and that very of Georgetown and was largely this for a fortnight night and day ceived at Lecompte Carpenters bustle go to attended and very much enjoyed There is ten feet water in each South Side 39 soon Amen and amen Sam D Johnson Co 46 by the elite young people of the reservoir and a gain over conFor hats and bonnets A Harris Rev Thos J Dodd D D city Place your farms and town lots for 39 sumption of about one foot per Emporium is headquarters sale with Win P Scott He will of Nashville Tenn but formerly day A Card tf We have the best 50 cents and advertise them thoroughly of this city has removed to Cin- Â¬ m cinnati Ohio and opened a pri- Â¬ Editor Roundabout The drinking fountain has at 75 cents and Si corset ever sold All of our white dress goods in the city consisting of India linens Paris vate classical high school for last been placed in position in Allow me through the the Weitzel ODonnell 45 muslins and check and stripe m young men We congratulate mediun of your paper to return front of the Government Building muslin will be closed out at very For cheap sugars call on J Cincinnati upon the acquisition of my heartfelt thanks to my neigh- and a water pipe attached and low prices bors and friends for the prompt now when you go for your mail Heeney South Side 44 so highly cultivated and so learned Weitzel ODonnell and careful manner in which my 49 We have some elegant kid a man as Dr Dodd furniture was removed on the you can stop and take a drink at For Rent A two story frame The orna- Â¬ gloves in all colors for 75 cents morn- Â¬ the citys expense The weather on Saturday night occasion of the fire Tuesday and 1 residence with five rooms and cellar Respectfully ing mental top of the fountain which on the corner of Logan and Camplwll Weitzel ODonnell Sunday and Monday was a splen- Â¬ 45 D C Knight was broken off several months streets Gas in the house und water did relief to sweltering humanity twelve A Rev Geo O Barnes the cele- Â¬ ago has not been replaced but white job lot ofcheap at quarter in the yard Apply to W C Hem The thermometer went scurrying quilts very don is perhaps it will get there in the down from its former atlitude and brated Mountain Evangelist Cos 46 Sam D Johnson sweet bye and bye Best unlaundried shirt ever it required good covering to make now carrying on a meeting at Ver- Â¬ Apply to Mastin Bros for sold for 62 li cents at Bourbon county did nobly on sleep comfortable Saturday and sailles Ky It is expected that O Donnells 43 45 Weitzel the meeting will only last until the Saturday She voted the sub- storage Â¬ On Monday evenSunday nights Orders for Drennon Water received ing the mercury began Jo climb 1 8th of this month and it is then scription of 250000 to the Paris 40 Frankfort Railroad at V L Jetts Soutli Side again but not near so high as before expected that Bro Barnes will Georgetown m b CMtwU Towels napkins and table linen Wkta Bbf ni itak w Bless the Lord for His goodness come to our city to again enlight by the handsome majority of When iho wh Child h erid for CarUrte marked way down at en our people as to the nature of 1736 About as large as our ma Whsa th bcam Hiai sh clang to CwtarU The stable of Mr Z T Thom God and his relations to man ODonnells 45 Weitzel jority here in Franklin and large Wh ah bU ChildfM th gw Um CMMta asson located on the alley between The For Scotch ginghams satteen bat Â¬ for all purposes Natural gas has been discovered enough Logan and Murray streets South Kentucky Central Railroad which iste and lawns call at A Harris St Side was destroyed by fire about in Jeffersonville Indiana and a 39 undertook to fight the proposition Clair street that city has struck nine oclock Tuesday morning A boom Not wishing to carry any stock Syrup of Figs over for fall I offer to the public is likely to be lasting If our was badlv snowed under lot of provender and harness were that Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ no- Â¬ We are informed that E S nia Kig Syrup Co San Francisco my entire stock of dry goods burned but the only horse in the citizens would subscribe some of Â¬ tions and millinery at such reduced Own True stable at the time was gotten out their capital towards discovering OHara will start a dairy in a few Cal is Natures most easily Laxa rates that will guarantee satisfac Â¬ taken tive It From his dairy you can and the is the pleasantly effective most when he fire wasfirst discovered natural gas in or near this city days tion Therefore it will be to your good milk and good meas known to their investment would be much expectOrders will be greatfully remedybilious or cleanse the system interest to come and examine my The buildingwas covered with tin costive to dispel when ure which prevented the flames from safer than many investments that received headaches colds and fevers to cure stock and be convinced 47 itA HARRIS habitual constipation indigestion m spreading to the adjoining prop- Â¬ have been made by our citizens in 39 St Olair Street etc For sale k 50 cent and l0 For Rent The residence of bottles by Chapman Oayle A well is now being tf erty and the fire department ex Â¬ other States Mrs C E Ward on corner of m Blood Orange Empsons Ginger tinguished the fire before the sunk near this city and it is hoped Main and Wilkinson streets in Wanted A young girl to Ale and Dreanon Water constantly framework of the stable was en that gas will be struck at 1000 Frankfort For terms apply to learn tailoring Apply at 506 on tap at W L Jetts South Side feet 40 jy 21 im John T Bucklet tirely burned Main street 46 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- My white goods stock consists of Judea linen mulls French nainsook in plaids and stripes of every design B A RGAINNiVaKGAINS Lot of French Satines at 25 from the foreign looms You will find prices to suit the times at A Har Â¬ cents per yard ris St Clair street 39 Sam D Johnson Co 46 Call and see our cheap line of In my dress goods stock you will ladies childrens and misses hose find some of the choicest materials in all shades and patterns Therefore ii WE1TZEL ODONNELL 45 you wish to purchase examine my stock before going elsewhere Re Try a box of C S Mocha member the place A Harris St and Java mixed coffee at 39 Clair street J Heeneys 44 You can buy any parasol in our Nothing more delicious than a stock at one half the cost price as cup of Chase Sanborns Mocha we are going to sell them out and Java mixed coffee for sale by Weitzel ODonnell 45 J Heeney South Side m 44 Do not fail to examine my stock of Blue Lick Water fresh from the hosiery before buying elsewhere Re Â¬ Springs on draught at LeCompte A Harris member the place St Clair Street Carpenters 39 36 45 WEITZEL In prices on dry goods notions and gents furnishing goods We have determined to reduce our stock and the only way to do so is to mark them down and this we have done You can buy any goods in our store at greatly re Call and see what duced prices we have and we will give you some great bargains ODONNELL Singer sewing machine given away with soap at W L Jetts 40 Gresluuns old stand A Gents come and look at our plaited front iaundried shirt at 1 It can not be bought in the city for less than 125 45 Weitzel ODonnell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rt Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - amikt 1ltf -- infiiflti fc nntoALnaL aLi L tiMriwBfiifci IttMttM MlZ3J xliim rrwr - m itr t r Sv 1 y u v l r ft - v a 4V J All of which is respectfully sub dustrial subjects and scientific D Kehoe P W Hardin E Ladles mitted Hensley views Each number will contain In delicate health needing ra E H Taylor Jr CAti a handsome engraving of some gentle yet effective laxative will Chief Marshal Gen D W Aug 30 1887 In fact all find the California liquid fruit prominent Southron Lindsey Jos L Rodman D C Crutcher arrangements have been made for remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing Assistant Marshals Capt E A meeting of the citizens pf one ofthe handsomest publications to the taste1 acceptable jp the James M Saffell Frankfort was held at the court- Â¬ H Taylor W H Sneed Wick The stomach and perfectly safe jn all liffe Chapman in E Hensley the United States house on Monday August 8th at editorial conduct willbe mine and cases S P W S Dehoney Ministers Rev Fall It is the most easily1 taken 8 p m to arrange forvthe inau- Â¬ Committee the very best talent will be employ- Â¬ and pleasantly effective Veirtedy gural ceremonies on the induc- Â¬ Rev E A Penick Which was unanimously adopt- Â¬ ed in the several departments Sub Committees of the Commit- Â¬ known to cure and prevent cos tion into office of Governor elect ed The subscription has been placed tiveness to dispel headaches Simon B Buckner Hon E H tee of Arrangements On motion the meeting then ad- at the low price of two dollars per colds and fevers and strengthen On Finance R Tobin Chair Taylor was called to the Chair annum and we look forward to a the kidneys liver and bowels and and Judge W H Sneed was man J W Pruett Pat McDon- journed hearty spontaneous and generous is therefore a favorite remedy with E H TAYLOR Jr CKn ald D C Crutcher A W Over selected as Secretary W H Sneed Secy support from the southern public ladies For sale in 50 cent arid ton H Berry On motion of Col Thos J Har Respectfully Ball and Music Fayette Hew 100 bottles by ris the Chair was directed to r Chapman Gayle F H Tompkins- itt Chairman S D Johnson T Stedmanvllle 45 1 m appoint a committee of sixv of N B B Rodman Address all communica- Â¬ Mat Fahy J L which committee he was ex officio What has become of Mr Case tions to Southern Progress box to be the Chairman to select the Waggener J W Milam H B Bro G IH35 695 Cincinnati Ohio several committees to act in con Ware Chas Weitzel Committee on Carriages R C Folks are suffering greatly for nection with the inauguration Real estate is booming in Law- arrangements said committee to Church Chairman Uberto Kee rain also the stock and grass RWilliams report its action to an adjourned non Jas Darnell H Several of our citizens haul all renceburg meeting to be held at the court- Â¬ W M Saffell their water from Elkhorn Their Tattle Ridge Committee on Printing and Bad wells and ponds being dry and if house on Thursday August 11 ges D C Barrett Chairman W it dont rain soon Elkhorn will 1887 at 8 p m Hot and dry C Sneed D B Walcutt Kenner The meeting then adjourned follow suit 111 Taylor Geo L Payne Crops burning up for want of E H TAYLOR Jr Now is the time to explain what Committee on Stand Richard rain Chairman Ferguson Chairman B B Jeffers is to be done with our gas well W H Sneed Scactary We have had no rain for four C E Collins J W Heffner Ed Frankfort will soon have plenty of light from her well and we will weeks Fahy Geo A Lewis W B Thursday Aug 11 1887 PURELY VEGETABLE Stock water is getting very Peters M H P Williams sr still be in darkness with our gas It acta with extraordinary fllcaey on tht The adjourned meeting of the So near and yet so far scarce citizens of this city to make ar- Â¬ W G Thompson TIVER M Committee on Police J Mr A S Williams of GalvesDNCYf Mr W B Showalterand family rangements for the inauguration --Stephens Chairman ton Texas who has been spend of Frankfort have been the guests and was called to order by Mayor Committee on Water and Ice ing the summer with Mr Jacob of Mr A J Showalter the past AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR oclock on ThursTaylor at 7 W T Flynn Chairman Lewis Cox will take his departure for week Bowel Complaints Malaria day night when the committee to Dynpepsla Sick Headache Robert the Sunny South on Wednesday whom was referred the duty of Mangan R H Nicol Constipation Blllonsneas Mr John Lea will leave Monday Allen Sam Luscher Oh Emma next Kidney Affections Jaundice appointing the necessary commitwith sixty men to begin his work C0U0 Mental Depression Committee on Decorations Salamanka a stallion the prop- on the river tees made the following report He is a clever fellow Mrs R P Pepper Chairman erty of L L Cox that was badly viz and we wish him success At a meeting of the citizens of Mrs W L Jett Mrs W H cut by a scythe last week is imMiss Effie Blaydes is teaching Frankfort held at the Court house Sneed Mrs P McDonald Mrs proving and will soon be well Ed Hensley Mrs J Stoddard He is royally bred being by school at Mt Zion She has a No HoQSObold Should bo Without It on Monday evening August 8th Mrs J L Rodman Madrid dam by Long Island good school and is very much a ml by being kept ready or Immediate use the undersigned committee was Johnston Saffell Mrs will wivo many suffering ana Dr Saw Patchen 2 dam by Tom Crowder liked by the pupils Wish her many a dollar Jnan hour ofdoctors bills time and appointed to select committees Mrs Wm Mrs Mrs Welch THERE IS OUT ONE success J c and arrange for the inauguration yier D W Lindsey Mrs H T Stan SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR of Governor elect S B Buckner Mr John Sargent the manager 1 There is to be a fete at the resi- Â¬ See that you get tha genuine with red Z on Tuesday August 30th 1887 ton Mrs Dr W H Hall Miss dence of Mr Lewis J Cox or of our Base Ball Club took his Prepared only by on front of Wrapper J A meeting of said committee Laura Craddock SMrs H club over and wiped up the ground JHZEILIN4VCO Sola Proprietors Haff Mrs the Churchs benefit on Tuesday with the Goose Creek boys He Philadelphia Pa Hyde Mrs Frank PRICE S100 was held Wednesday and the fol- Â¬ night next All good Christians lowing committees were appoint- Â¬ Thos Rodman jr Mrs Nannie and those who live for the stomach now sends a challenge to the Duvall Mrs Guy Barrett Mrs ed viz Frankfort Club and wishes to bet Wm Pence Mrs Alex Robertson sake should be present as there Committee of Arrangements of the money he Mrs M L Campbell Mrs E will be plenty of good food for is500 to to1000 in the Louisiana Joseph L Rodman Chairman R draw going both Tobin W M Saffell W T Hi Taylor jr Mrs J B Lewis Lottery that his club will beat Mrs Flynn OF CINCINNATI OHIO E P Bryan W H Saffell Kate Patton Mrs J M There was a party of gentlemen Let us hear from you through the Mrs John T Gray Mrs from Phythian W L Collins Jno C the vicinity of Jetts Station Roundabout WILL BE AT THE V C John Haly Mrs S A Rodman catching fish in our beautiful Tiardin Hugh Rodman A Nameless Case Herndon V H Posey R C Mrs Alice Orbison Mrs Mamie stream Elkhorn last week Our Haycraft Miss Sallie Jackson Mrs informants say IN FRANKFORT KY Church L Labrot D L Haly they were violating My case has been a very curious one for Mrs- - Hiram R K McClure Their names about thirteen years At intervals of about SATURDAY JULY 30 1887 the fish law grossly J A Grant Sam E James Henry Berry Mrs George F Berry are withheld at present but should one week I would be attacked with spells SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1887 Ellwanger Frank Chinn B B excrutiating pain als SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 Miss Rosa V V Mrs Lee Watkins the thing occur again your corre- of severe and most the Payne R Jeflers J in of Tobin Miss Rebecca Averill Mrs spondent will give their names in ways commencing would regiongo my kidMcRery J M Wakefield J E neys The pain upward then B Miles Richard Ferguson full If we have a fish law that and affect my body and head and seemed Wm W H Waggener Mrs Jno to penetrate Cromwell C F Exum J W Lindsey Miss Jennie Hendrick applies to Elkhorn all good citi- Â¬ most intense my very eye balls creating the BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING suffering lasting about eight Mrs Frank Chinn Mrs G R Gaines W H Averill W L zens should see that is enforced hours each spell One 1000 Thousand Dollars Cured absolutely Rodman Mrs L C Kendall I resorted to all kinds of medicine with given to sufferer or any charity he may designate Pence J B Lindsey S B my for any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BhlNK Several doctors Holmes Jerome Weitzel Clarence Mrs Dr B F Duvall Mrs Grant In the awakening to new ideas out benefit none ave relief I treated used EHHOFF SYSTEM finally case but Egbert V Berberich J T Buck Greenjr MissSusieRodman Mrs and higher aims that are spreading U U 13 as an experiment and to my utter NO KNIFE IS USED 1 C astonishment all pain and suffering vanish NO LIGATURE IS USED ley Thos Hunter J A Critten Geo B Macklin Mrs over the whole Southern country ed after using three doses To the present den E F Wade Jno Meagher Barrett Mrs E L Samuel Mrs LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED a and time I have used three NO CHLOROFORM IS USED I Jerry Brislan sr B W Jenkins A Trabue Mrs W P D Bush the press is coming up to its full pain has ever returned bottles not not know I do Committee of Invitation Thos Mrs U Keenon Mrs L P Tarl share of duty in the matter and what was the matter neither could iny FISTULA IN ANO Mrs Virginia Hanson in full accord with these ideas we physician name the complaint The 11 li Is cured J Harris Chairman Virgil Hew ton B acted We hereby recommend the fol- find the prospectus which we give kidneys finely and powerfully upon my itt J W Rodman WJL Ringo FISSURES my appetite has been splendid T B Macklin Jas Rodman jr lowing and rny constitution built up rapidly Cured without cutting or tearing We bespeak for this new below R THOMAS F V Gray H C Murray D Resolved That the Governor Magazine a full and appreciative ULCERATION Constitution Ga May 6 1SS6 CATARRH M McHcnry L D Craig F M the Govenor elect the Lieutenant Of the bowel cut ed response by the people of the Halloran Governor the Lieutenant GovernorUnintpeaclied Integrity Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu Â¬ Committee of Reception His -elect the Mayor and Council whole Southern country larly for nearly three eirs atid the munr cures I am 55 Broke down twelve years ago he has made among the wealthy and Influential Honor E H Taylor jr Mayor of Frankfort the Judges of the To the people of the South of and have not been able to work since citizens areusufllclent evidence fact his success dis of the city of Frankfort Chairman Court of Appeals and Superior that It Is In connection with the writing Have lost proper action of my hips and eases now well established kidney tunny bladder Jas Saffell Orlando Brown B F Court the Chairman of the Com and compiling of a large and costly legs For five years scrofulous sores have womb of the stomach liver either caused or nervous hjhtem are and aggravated by the coexNtence of TILES FISTU Â¬ Duvall H I Todd Peter Jett mittee of Escort the officiating work on southern industries ds appeared on my scalp and nose and at LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER time began to fail and Lewis E Harvie Scott Brown clergymen the Marshals the Dem velopement and resources REFERENCES the samethree my eyesight been comparatively for years have Rev L P Hulett Hensiin Ky W Lindsay L Hord E L ocratic and Republican State Cen equal of which in circulation size blind Have been treated by eminent phy A II McClure Frankfort Ky Samuel Jo Robinson Chas S tral and Executive Committeemen Col D L Sulilett Frankfort Ky sicians of different schools without a cure and cost has never been published Richard Ferguson Frmkfort Ky Green Thos Rodman sr G C the Chairmen of the Democratic for a general and gratuitious dis I have taken five bottles of B U B made W Hughes Frankfoit K all scrofulous sores McKenzIe Drane J M Todd W L Jett and Republican Executive Com tribution I will establish here on at Atlanta Gn and Inflammation about J II KKLLKYri Versanti Kresidence Is at 87G DR olllce and are gradually healing West Seeuth street Cincinnati and where he L A Thomas G B Macklin mittees for Franklin county Rep the first of September a beautifully my eyes has disappeared and there is some may be found every day of eich week EXCEPT W P 1 Bush G A Lewis resentatives of the Press and dis printed and handsomely engraved improvement in my vision Am very much benefited and to feel FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS H Graham P U Major tinguished visitors be invited to magazine devoted to southern like a boy and relieved good beginstrength J again feci My Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Minus Williams S Black Henry the stand affairs and having for its mission aiiJ activity are returning in my legs and mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ dressing i Js acts vigorously upon he Williams J S Price R C a dissemination of valuable infor Â¬ hips Resolved That no other persons my kidneys and the great quantity of mat Steele Pat McDonald Chas E from Frankfort or Franklin KKLLKY M I county mation of southern development ter that has been forced out through the W I Hoge J A Scott Ira Julian be allowed seats on the stand opportunities for investment agri- Â¬ skin is utterly incredible often so offensive 376 West Seventh St Oinoinnati 0 in odor as to produce nausea I refer to Jno D Woods Wm E Bradley B3T CONSULTATION FREE -- g Resolved That the Committee cultural and mineral resources all business men of LaGrange Ga R C Church Rich Ferguson health climate educational affairs Dec 26 ly I PKOIIIILL H H Watson J L Tobin ol invitation station themselves at in fact a general epitome of such LaGrange Ga January 13 1SS0 Horace Posey Sig Luscher R the steps leading to the stand and news as will be best calculated to rigidly enforce these orders All who desire full informationihout the Tobin Lewis Mangan assist the South in its upward and Resolved That it shall be the onward march toward greater cause and cure of Blood Poisons hciolula Committee of Escort J Stod and Scrofulous Swelliiiiis Ulcers Sores dard Johnston Chairman L duty of the Committee of Escort wealth prosperity and business Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catanh etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Tobin J Q A Stewart Fayette to meet Governor elect Buckner success TWENTY THIUD SEMI ANNUAL SES 32 page Illustrated Book of Wondeis filled THE of this school will begin Hewitt J W Tate Dr E E at any place he may designate Â¬ The A H Pugh Printing Com witli the most wonderful and startljng pi oof Hume R P Pepper Grant and escort him to Frankfort where pany has one of the finest printing ever before known Monday Sept 12 1887 Addres BLOOD BALM CO Green John L Scott Thos W he will be received by the Com establishments in the United Mrs T si Turner will huve charge of the July 23 im Atlanta Ga Scott G W Craddock A Du- - mittee of Reception and by them States and this insures a handsome Primary Department Terms per session of twenty weeks vail W J Chinn H Berry L together with the Committee of and elegant appearance to the For Rent A brick house con- Classical Department 87 CO C Norman Thos J Harris W Escort conducted to the Capital work The publication will be taining- six rooms Inquire of Intermediate Department 25 00 H Sneed Richard Morris J Hotel and thence in carriages to elaborately illustrated with beauti- Â¬ Logan McKfe Primary Department 20 00 the stand at the Capitol Square ful engravings representing in Swigert Taylor J W Pruett J T M TURNER Prin tjy2 2m 42 tf 432 St Clair street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Proceedings of MeetingsÂ¬ to arrange for the Inaug uration Tuesday Â¬ T Ha M Â¬ Â¬ J Bowels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i if m Dr W I Kelley Â¬ Â¬ I bVM m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Mley institute Â¬ A V IX iL -- ifl la i MJj - iii4 iji liTIIII-ajMrlllHiLllllM-- A til HumwrfriiM Y W I t IW ft F V GRAT Mr B B Jeflers has been ap- Â¬ Shelbyville elected a temperWe had the pleasure on Satur- Â¬ JACOB SWIOERT - pointed letter carrier in place of day last of attending the County ance Board of Trustees on SaturTeachers Association which met Mr James Tobin resigned clayVHvjthout opposition at Mt Vernon Church in the m m Successors to F C Hughes Mr Thomas Hunter County Rev Taylor pastor of the north end of the county There was a large and enthusiastic Superintendent by special invita- Pilgrim Baptist Church of Lexcrowd present who showed their tion attended the meeting of the ington has resigned his charge appreciation of the visit of President FRANKFOBT KY Oldham County Teachers Insti and will remove to Mobile Ala Hunter and his friends by the cour- Â¬ Representing th following Staunch Companiea tute at Lagrange on Tuesday shortly having accepted a call to teous and hospitable manner in LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBI 6621 LONDON 16713840 London the St Francis Street Church in which they entertained the Asso- IMPERIALASSURANCE 13137900 ciation We acknowledge the receipt of NORTHERN 25740 that city We regret exceeding- Â¬ 8 8870 All was joy and pleasure until COMMERCIAL UNION art invitation to attend the Latonia ly LA NCASHIRE Manchester 4863887 to know that Kentucky is to the time arrived to return to PHENIX Brookljrn 4910481 Live Stock Show and Fair which HARTFORD 476433 Hartford lose such a brilliant and rising Frankfort when it was noised 1974 7M Hartford takes place on the 23d 24th 25th young minister The best wishes through the crowd that Prof CONNECTICUT AMERICAN Philadelphia 1918 4M WASHINGTON F AM 1 8107S Boston 26th and 27th of this month Hartford 1551963 with Mr Hunter was missing We searched AMERICAN CENTRAL of a host of friends go llTi798 St Louis dilligently for the Professor but HAMBURG BREMEN Germany lwam B Waller of Taylor Mr James failed to find him All the tidtngs 100266503 of Mr A Chicago brother-in-lawe received of him was that he Antlocli Office np stairs CITY HALL BUILDING was seen going toward Utah with June 18 ly J Alexander and well known in two young lady teachers one from Pleasant breezes this city died in that city on the Pea Ridge the other from Peaks 3d of August aged about 69 Still dry The Best May the Lord help us bear Mill years Corn crop almost dried up our afflictions Waterproof Digging wells is the business of A new afternoon daily paper Coat Col Ed C Went reports the TM FISH BBAHU SLICKIK li WITTUtM XnlmTOOT 111 Will krep TOO Off la Avill make its appearance in this the day following maximum temperature ta atmm tinnn ino ntv runntu nLiLftut 11 pvnrci noing com ana Hon Kennlnv without tta Bewnreoflmlutloni covtnthatntlrtitddl FUb Btt Mr Mrs Robt Owens spent last for the past week Aug 5 ioi Brand trl nrfc mounted CtUlotua free A 3 Tower Boiton Hut city on Monday afternoon F H Morse the publisher is a Sunday with her brother Mr Aug 6 89 2 Aug 7 86 70 Aug first class practical printer and we Robert Glore 8 9640 Aug 9 9890 Aug 10 John Fincel has moved to South 100 70 Aug 11 91 70 wish him abundant success in his Frankfort much to the recret of new enterpise his neighbors A dead dog has been allowed to MANUFACTURER AXD DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Walter Graham colored who Doc Lewis says of all the He in the street near the inter- Â¬ came to this city last Sunday to countries he ever heard of Ameri section of Main and Cross streets attend the basket meeting held in ca is his choice wliffiH TtWfiBWI S3I for the past two days and the tKr vfefltE tBkyrtHB KiiflflViirllllH A11 our girls were melancholly stench which proceeds from it is the State House yard got home that evening with a bullet in his last Sunday on account of the fearful The attention of the leg shot there by some one on absence of Frisky Johnny proper authorities is called to the Capt Pete Updike went on a the train matter business and pleasure trip on the Bridgeport Son of Ver- Â¬ Hibcrnia to Louisville last week Messrs Graddy ifcTiEiFOiEei in saving sailles having succeeded Miss Lou Rossell has a very Quite cool the first of the week all or nearly all of the grain in their severe rising on her hand having We report several cases of ill- our vicinity for several weeks left Should you want a nice Surrey elevator at the time of its fall to have it lanced on last Monday ness for this week last Wednesday for Mt Sterling Buggy Saddle or set of Harness Misses Georgia Sargent and have commenced the erection of a Mr R A Hancock was in where she will remain some time see Mastin Bros 473t Maggie Rossell were the guests new larger and stouter one to take She is accom- Â¬ Mrs F E Lewis on Sunday Louisville several days last week visiting relatives of Ike BeglaalHff o Ue Ead its place last The thinning of disease la aillght debility Miss Sue Jenkins made a visit panied by her cousin Miss Ella Tapp r disorder of some of the vlul organs Mm Prof Albert Corbin organized a to Louisville a few days since Those who desire to attend the stomach the liver or the bowels usually There are dyspeptic symptoms the llrerU Mrs Rosa Hungerford paid our Mouth Sulphur Lick Elkhorn Association at Versailles singing class at the church last troublesome the akin growa tawney and un Â¬ the looking there are pains Wednesday and Sunday which bids fair to be a section a visit the first of the on Tuesday Butter plentiful at 10 cents per healthy through the right shoulderInblade right The success week afde or Thursday next can rest assured of pound climax la often an utter prostration of the are The nhvaical energies perhaps a fatal issue But Wilder Dupuy is erecting a fine a cordial welcome to the hospita- Â¬ laying trustees of Harvieland new The young gentlemen who are in h Hiffloultr l met in time ul tVi Hostelers the foundation for a Billie Kirk barn on his premises which is always effective at ble homes of the Queen of the school house which when com- contractor weeklv violating the fish faw had 8tomach Bitters should be resorted to at aa mir and it better look out The grand Jlir Blue grass Injurious subsequent effect pleted will be occupied by Miss enend Mr W F Russell has opened will certainly have a list Of their Spon the those often entalleJta entirely yitm u -Maggie Innes of Peaks Mill r CUreu diseases 7t a new grocery and notion store in names Miss Millie McCormack sister-in-laploy this safe remedial agent In fever and complaints Ihaa ague and other malarial The Quarry Spring has gone dry our village quinfne and other potent drugs which eve of Mr Jas A Richardson The people of thisJVicinity are when they do prove effectual for a time ruU and Uncle John is taking a weeks Laura Collins has returned Miss of this county a lady who has recreation for the benefit of his much obliged to the Forks and fee stomach and impair the general httltk in this health at Sudduths famous Sul- home from a visit to friends at Stedmantown ladies and gentlemany friends and relatives Co will Sam D Johnson Lawrenceburg men for their presence at our suc- Â¬ sell you a pair of Silk Mitts for 20 city and county died on Thurs- phur Springs Collins the junior butch- Â¬ 56 cents day last at the residence of her The boys have organized a base er Jimmie our town supplied with cessful picnic keeps Among those present were Col brother Mr John D McCormack ball club in Snows Bottom with nice tender fresh meat One show ci e and two or three William Pryor and lady Bud They ex Wm Snow as captain counters for -- ale Apply to county in Shelby The churn dasher man and Jones John and Joe Holton from K K McClure 45 pect to challenge the Frankfort m scissors grinder have been doing the Forks the Misses Thomson Jake Starks a colored employe club in a short time Healing Annie and Cliffie from Stedman The wonderful up these parts since our last at the Hermitage distillery went Mr Joe Conaway and lady properties of Darbys Pro Â¬ ville accompanied by Dr Sulliphylactic Fluid in case of Mrs Josie Montfort and daugh- van of Bellepoint and Mr Bed home from his work Thursday have moved into the house formerof Accidents for Burns ly occupied by his father and ter have returned to their home in ford of Versailles evening overheated sat down and Scalds Cuts Wounds etc Louisville from a visit to this place The dancing was good and all eat a hearty supper and drank gone to house keeping in dead May success attend earnest Its prompt use will invariably re Mrs Mary Jenkins who has seemed pleased with the days1 freely of ice water A short time them lieve pain promote healing and been in feeble health for some pleasure after while sitting in his front has been worse this week The music was good but not prevent Erysipelas Gangrene or Capt Willie Snow captain of months Owing to the Proud Flesh yard playing on the banjo he was has return- such as the Messrs Wintei fur- cleansing and purifying qualities Mrs Annie the old Major Hill road gave the with conjestion of the same a thorough repairing last Sat- Â¬ ed to her home Jenkins nish attacked in Louisville from of the Fluid the most obstinate lungs and died in a few hours The boys did not turn a two weeks visit to relatives in urday Regular jjrindincr day Wednes Ulcer Boils Carbuncles and day and Saturday Meal ex Running Sores are rendered pure The fourteenth annual exhibi- out as well as they ought to have this vicinity done Mr las Wade and wife of changed when not running at and healthy and speedily cured tion of the Anderson County Fair 48 tf no other application bem neces- E Miles of our precinct is Ripyville are visiting their parents Jewel Mills John takes place at Lawrenceburg next sarv one man yet his labors this and other friends in this village but 45 im week beginning on Tuesday and summeV assisted by Judge Wm and vicinity continuing four days As this is Lindsay and Gen D W Lindsey L B MARSHALL Miss Anna Collins left last Tues the only Fair in our immediate and others are going to grind out day for Taylor county where she One mile from Frankfort on Ouentou turnpike neighborhood it should be well at- more than a hundred miles of new will remain some time visiting OFFERS FOR SALE railroad for Kentuckys Capital friends and relatives MEDITERRANEAN tended by the citizens of this coun KIRTLEY HUGHES 200 BUSHELS SEED WHEAT City and dont you forget it HYBRID ty Anderson always has a good if you dont want to be considered Mr Morris and his sister Miss yearling Holstelu Hull 1 HoMeln Bull Calf show of stock and this year the an ingrate Leana of Scott county visited DKALKHS IS- 1 Hrootl Mure VI enrs old 1 dootl Work llore li ears old friends in this neighborhood last premium list is unusually liberal harp Saturday and Sunday iootl Yeurlliij Ully The blow hard or blow 8 Cows GrocerwSf Will Mllclicow all kUIiii milk but not fresh Staple and Fancy and the Fair should be better than of Harp a nascent hamlet within sell etieaii A feu tirade HoUtelu Calves from some of my Mr Geo B Strepey has reever the borders of Bald Knob does best iliilrv cos A lot of ood ick Berkshire Stiouts t mouths FRUITS AND VEGETABLES indeed play upon a harp of a moved to Grafensburg Mr Ben old The County Judge of Scott thousand strings Mashon taking his place as blackA lot of sperits of just 324 BROADWAY STREET county has called the Justices to men made perfect for he changes smith in our burg FXXTB meet at Georgetown on Monday his tune every week and often in Sam Parrent left Thursday for R 0 KZ37- - S C White Leghorns SpanishBrown Leghorns Wjuiulotte and Muck lavas W F B county Anderson to vote upon the question of sub- every paragraph in order of Ripyville Price of chickens 150 each or Bull Cochins course to air his eminent his where he will be engaged in busi 260 per pair mitting a proposition to subscribe brilliant and his immense learn The jearllug bull and bull calf are both from my tine Imported cow Southern Beauty and are the Louisville Southern capital stock of the P G ing The harper of Harp should ness on to the bred All goods sold for the lowest ilnelyyou need anything udurtlsed R R If F Railroad to a vote of the change his nom de plume i e his aug 13 iyr COME AND SEE ME We again remind trustees and cash prices people of that county Judge pseudonym to something more laugtt of the fact that if they patrons Lindsay will be present to present appropriate to wit Bloviator FOKSALE OR RENT so con wish live and efficient teachers a bloviates so the proposition to the court and since heand with suchwell splendid hearty co operation in their rea HOUSE AND LOT FRONTING ON stantly RESIDENCE OF E WIMTES1DES DE- spective schools will insure such T1IE the result of their action will be versatility 1 Ewlng street and the Louisville Turnpike In THE 1 ceased It contains nine rooms all In good Alas South Frankfort now occupied by S C Bull repair Splendid well of water In the yard good For particulars Inquire of Dr Sam James or garden coal house stable ami carrlage liousu looked for with a great deal df Poor John Miles Mrs Kate Cullender of Tenyoure over- Â¬ JOHN B LINDSEY For terms apply on the premises Aug U X8S7 tr nessee who has been sojourning in Aug lS 2m interest by the people of this city whelmed Â¬ I JACOB SWIGERT CO -- Â¬ JJ QENEBAL INSURANCE AGENTS Â¬ Â¬ JSTivi w 0E SLICKER 1 Hi flSfl J M WAKEFIELD hB Aug-13-- tf K iKZEiiT craiEr Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fc Â¬ j Â¬ J Â¬ 1 -- 1 Â¬ 1 131 Â¬ Â¬ brazils fort CHICKENS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORSALE anda-lack-a-da- y 1 Â¬ f 2LjA FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT comic actor put Billys remarks together and correct them So down I goes to the stable with Tom Flynn and told the THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATl A have Dougl from Mrs Addle Garrett admin- man to put the saddle on him lstrutrlx of E wniwsiaes decease uu entire Several of the schools of the Interest In the On Tom Flynn Phewf county are in operation No on the horse and then I pf Undertaking but it must be hot for the little shook harjds with him and rode Furniture s folks Educational NOTIGR BUSINESS And have sold one halt Interest In my business to P LIGHT E CLAASSEN LIGHT Plumbers Gas CLAASSEN Steam Fitters Ihe teacher must teach a child to thinly Do not cram the book into a childs head A bookworm is not a l scholar Remember quality not quantity is what you want- The County Teachers Institute will meet in the City School Ikiild- ine in Frankfort on the 27th of September and continue four days Every person holding a teachers certificate in the county must at tend or forfeit the same There will be a Union Educational meeting of the 9U1 and ith Districts held at Plcasureville on the 4th Saturday the 24th day of Â¬ Â¬ 1 ofT PBACTICAl Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Sitodk3 hands with the horse r Billy September The 9th District composed of Oldham Trimble Carroll Gallatin Owen and Henry Miss Mag Â¬ gie Bussabarger Vice President The ith district composed of Anderson Fayette Franklin Jessamine Scott and Woodford Thos Hunter Vice President Â¬ 1 Â¬ PROGRAMME MORNING SESSION m Devotional Exercises Address Objects of the meet ine Thos Hunter I Music Recitation Miss Effie Blaydes Address Dr Robt Morris Music Essay Mr James Bailey Music Address Col T B Ford Dinner AWERNOON 930 Music Address New Education Professor J T English Bussa Essay Miss Maggie 130 Music Â¬ barger - Music Address Select Hon Evan E Settle Miss Mollie Reading OConnor Address Col John L Scott Music Essay Miss il aggie Downey Address Whitley Waldrop NIGHT SESSION Music Address Hon G G Gilbert Music Recitation Miss Ida Webb Address Capt James Black- Â¬ burn Address J W McGowan Music Essay Miss Annie Head John Barbour and Miss Alice Address Judge W M Beck Gross composed a runaway couple from Long Branch near Peaks ner Five minutes talk by any one in Mill that visited the County Clerks office on Saturday eventhe audience Miss Maggie Bussabarger ing in quest of a license to wed Thomas Hunter No one would swear to the age of Vice Presidents either of the parties and they All papers in the counties could not wed although a minister named above please copy was present to perform the ceremony They appeared again on Childrens Column Sunday morning and the evidence a license was for this Deing sufficient All communications issued and Rev G F Bagby column must be addressed to made the couple man and wife Thos Hunter Frankfort Ky AliTUS Dear C11dieu The editor has kindly given this column to you Louisville Tobacco Market now will you use it and help me Dont say I FURNISHED BY GLOVEK DURKETT make it interesting LOUISVILLE TOBACCO cant Let us drop that word and I want HOUSE put in its place try every little boy and girl who reads Sales on our market for the this and wants to join the Childrens Circle to write a neat short week just closed amounted to 2474 hhds with receipts of 2997 hhds letter and send it to me for the same period Sales on How many can answer these our market since January 1st questions hhds The 1st How does a man who cannot amount to 84601 burley market has developed no write sign his name to a legal panew features this week all grades per 2nd Which is the largest State remaining firm at the prices of a week ago east of the Mississippi river The following quotations fairly Correct the following examples represent our market for Burley as to clearness and distinctness tobacco 1st A boy asked his father how Dark Trash 500 to 700 old he was Colory Trash 700 to 950 2nd Lucys mother died when Common Lugs not colory she was quite young t to 950 3d The lad cannot leave his 700 Colory Lugs 9 50 to 1400 father for if the lad should leave Common Leaf not colory J8950 his father his father would die1 to 1300 In the following story which Good Leaf 1300 to 2000 Burton tells of Billy Williams the Fine Leaf 20 00 to 3050 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with Tom Flynn and then I rode off up the Bowery S -DEALERS IN- and who should I meet in front of the Bowery Theatre but Tom And hereafter the style of the firm wlU ie Gas Closets Hamblin so I got off and told the boy to hold him bv the head i STATEN DEHONEY Pipe and Fittings What hold Hamblin by the c Strict attention given to Job and And t he business will be continued at the old stand head Contract Work All work Guaranteed No IB St Clair street vl Whltesldes Staten J OS T STATEN No the horse and then we May 8 tf No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky went in and had a drink together Mttr 12 What you and the horse Coal No me and Hamblin and after that I mounteS him again KINDS SCREENED -and went out of town ALL family use DOUBLE Delivery Full Prompt What mounted Hamblin Weight Bottom Trices again Telephone connection No JJ No the horse and when I got to Burnham who should be WITH THE- there but Tom Flynn hed taken CEO B MACSZZ1T another horse and rode out ahead FRANKFORT of me so I told the hostler to tie him up Ever brought to this city in Tie Tom Flynn up C COLLINS iio tne norse and we nad a DEALERS IN drink together What you and the horse GENERAL iND- No me and Tom Flynn Finding his auditors by this time in a horse laugh Billy wound up with Of all rtcecrintiois The Now look here every time I say horse you say Hamblin and ami Building Material Paints Oil Glass Lime Cement every time I say Hamblin you say horse Ill be hauged if I tell you Blacksmiths ind Waecn Makers Mm STOVES GRATES anv more about it Iron Fieltl Seeds Harness frd a fine new Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases John Doyle of Louisville Ken line of Wall Paper and Decorations And at prices that cannot be duplitucky dropped dead in a quarry and at very lowest prices Cor cated ever seen in one House in near the Walctitt place near this Broadway aud Lewis Streets Frankfort before Dont for city on Friday last He had FRANKFORT get the place KENTUCKY been arrested and tried before JNO T BUCKLEY Judge Sneed for drunkenness and Feb 24 tf St Clair Street in default was sent to the work- house He complained of being unable to work and was com mitted No physician was sent ATTOllNKY AT LAW for and he was placed in a quarry FKA NKFORT KY outside the city to labor Friday PRACTICE WILL FidnkUn IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone he complained of being unable to and Grant counties Carroll Court of AppealsOwen In tne and In the Federal Court work and soon after dropped dead at his work The Coroner held Manufacturer and Dealer in an inquest and the jury rendered CROMWELL a verdict that he died from uremic poison from Brights desease of the kidneys superinduced by exces- Attorney-at-La- w sive heat He seemed to be a Distillery Mill ana Agricultural Machinery AND hard drinker from appearance He had no friends in this city DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Argus No W DEHONEY Choic Cheap TL BnjLCfele3T HpKh STILL AHEAD -- sY-DecS-f Largest Slock R BR0 wmn faiELarrp HARDWARE Fancy Goods HI 1 lirg est stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P U MAJOR mmgL7 Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor BOILERS WK STEAM ENGINE Hoal Estate Agent PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties tind will ulso give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims Office opposite and tne negotiation of loons WILL June Blacksmithingr Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to Agent for 25 1 y ZEILTChXIfcTIE iLTLAS TKTOIEeiKZS BOIHiIEIEe Columbus Steam Pumps 128 Lewis St JZTTD ana JAS ANDREW bCTT JAS A VIOLET t SEND FOR PRICE LIST Near the River Frankfort Ky SCOTT VIOLETT H FRANKFORT KENTUCKY COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties stairs In the Duvall Building G MATTERNS CAPITAL Jan 22 tf DR J OFFICE S COLLINS ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STBEET WSmk T T FI C- - MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN it Teeth extracted without pain b the Use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gis DENTIST W PORTRAITS IH CRAYON AND ALSU Â¬ L F COMITON 0 MACKLIN PHOTOGRAPHS Of all Sizes iitsM reasCTngCTm FTl 7T COMPTON MACKLIN MwiBKBsnininiv at Reduced Price wioraiETOiti Elkhorn Roller Mills HAVE R ROGERS DEALEll IN- - JUSlMMMMHMHHMllRfS Â¬ THE FULL m ROLIiEB SYSTEM AND MANUFACTURE T C07TXXTS C E 7 COMPLETE LINE OF Biz of the best grades of tne beet Gents Furnishing Goods In Stock and nil Kinds of Flour made in the World Office warerooiw Broadway onn Capitol Square Shirts Made to Order I 0 0 F - 6 MEKTS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODGE NObrothers cordially lul ted Visiting JAS- hurray n g R William Sec A SPECIALTY 227 MAIH BUILDING LOT FOR SALE KY cTRUET IIUNWORT i 17 4T April All the litto ktyie turnruue constatr la vtMk feet li offered for sale at a bargain For tamt apply at this office ebK tf A GOOD BUILDING LOT CO BY 335 OR 340