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Digital page images are linked to the text file. py iTn Tw ring wqn TnDrt j ttT i 77 wv s 7 rT wv TERMS ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Volume X FRANKFORT KY AUGUST 20 1887 Number 49 THE FIRST OF THE SEASON Ml B V J W HV B B H JUST RECEIVED BY HUDSON T4Vis i i HUMPHRIES I CASSELL honest government for a Come Early and Make Your Selection Communicated Harp Ky 1 The last wild effort was getting Apathy very worthy gentleman named Bradley who was making his way to Frankfort and tossing cavort- Â¬ ing pushing and shoving never letting up until Mr Bradley was left struggling in the cold and He slimy waters cf Salt river passes under the euphonious cognomen of Zekeand not having the good fortune in his youthful days to possess a surname one was found for him Zekes bovine nature instinctively understood the modern use of the yoke When the social problem of what to do with the colored people after their freedom came up for solution Zeke ver laconically said yoke em This oft repeated solution became so characteristic and individualized that he now is known as Zeke Yokeem or Zeke Yocum He has a half brother living in Lebanamed Joe Yocum non Ky although Joe is much more consistent in his politics religion and morals tfian his brother Joe has been a good Republican all his life while Zeke professed to be a good Democrat until about a year ago when in one of his wild freaks he jumped out of the good old Democratic ship into the rotten Republican tub after the bot- Â¬ tom had burned out of the tub Since which time he is but repeat ing the old story of butting the He locomotive off the bridge sar- Â¬ writes fantastic letters writes castic letters writes funny letters writes raging letters writes letters bubbling over with self conceit He knows yes he knows just how Uncle Sam should drive his wagon to avoid all the rough places and then he dont know how to keep in smooth places Only last week he very innocently says speaking of General Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dont know whether he offi- Â¬ his horn under the coat tails of a was a Federal or Confederate cer Why dont you know that Â¬ August 15th 1887 J Dear Editor A long legged bandy shanked knock kneed flop eared ox with one horn has run wild in the arid desert surrounding Hatton and every rag that flaps its fringed edges in the sultry atmosphere arouses his taurine nature to such an extent that the old hills in the vicinity reverberagain and again with his wild ate bellowing The first thing that seemed to attract his attention and produce these symptoms of matua potu which alarmed his anxious friends was the unfriendly treatment his bovine mate received at the hands of his excellency Gov Knott As a mark of his virtuous indignation he consumed according to his own statement enough tangle foot to fill five wagons with the empty bottles and offers them for sale in Benson and Bald Knob precincts as bottles emptied by Methodist Baptist and Campbell ite deacons He afterwards run his remaining horn against his friend Murray goring him to such a degree that the defunct body badly mutilated was found by sympathizing friends a thousand miles or so in rear of Judge R A Thomsons present office Then began a series of rock-ribbe- d Â¬ Â¬ for twenty four years prior to iSSJ Gen Apathy ran this great gov His ernment in his own interest his disposition name indicates He want of feeling for the people it was who gave to great railroad corporations millions of dollars in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aimless wanderings in and around various historic sections such as Harpers Ferry where if a rag was not flaunted in his face he absorbed a sufficiency of his favorite beverage tangle foot to create a stir and vent his rage upon the empty school housed and churches in the vicinity h Â¬ and Craw than anywhere else Stone Kitchen more frequently Craw Â¬ land that did not belong to him engineered the Credit Mobilier steal induced public officials to tarnish their honor by grabbing money out of the public treasury planned the deliberate stealing of the Presidency in 1876 and who coaxed the people to levy a tax upon themselves to raise money to pay the national debt and when the people responded with a patriotic and lavish hand changed the people his mind and said have plenty of money and we will steal it from them we will not pay the debt but we will fax them all Then he tried to give the same it to all the camp followers and vagabonds that skulked along the lines during the war but the true soldier objected and President Cleveland choked him off there Afterward he took another turn and appealed to parental love and I will steal this money and said give it to you to educate your but there was too much children and manhood in those par honor ents to accept such a dubious gift This is the same Gen Apathy whom Zeke writes about and calls him Bill Bradley Whatever name you give him his principles are always the same opposed to the interest of the The next time you people speak of Gen Apathy call him as you did in your last letter Bill another Poor Zeke you have our sym Bradley and you will know for and every body will un pathy for your weakness for lay yourself ing aside righteous principles and derstand you Â¬ Â¬ Zeke complains that all his old friends have faded and gone from the Stone Kitchen Yes we believe she went to housekeeping in Frankfort several years ago The old Stone Kitchen in good old ante bellum days was for all the world the very place where men of Zekes stripe could have been imbued with the idea of fighting for one cause and talking and writing for another Reversing the old maxim by making it paper ballots for your enemies and lead bullets for your friends Poor Zeke fought bled and wanted to die with his friends in the last war Now these same friends have become old fogies opposed to progress opposed to education and opposed to Republicanism and he never tires of bringing out these points and hurl ing them with force of a Hercules at the innocent heads of his audi Â¬ He alone has escaped the tors meshes of the entangling net Taking his stand upon the sandy platform of Republicanism he discourses in ravishing strains of the beauties of an education for the masses of the people tells us how much better it would be if we would steal the money collected to pay out debts with and aid our schools with it With a loud outcry he says our taxes are too great that the Democrat party will make our taxes higher and more burden some but if the people say we will pay no tax to build railroads aid banks or other corporations he says we are old fogies and op So like the posed to progress child building cob houses to be knocked down he builds up one theory and demolishes it with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p The party you have allied your interest with has never been known to reward integrity or recognize true worth in manhood or trust a repenting rebel Your facile pen must henceforth be used in support of a myth or re Â¬ turn like a dog to his vomit J C Wilson Â¬ The rainfall of Sunday morning 04 inches and of Sunday night 14 inches was 1 Mr Cobb is out in an article against Prohibition If Cobb does not know what should be done with the extract of corn to whom shall we give ear Ex LECOmPTE CARPENTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS ME DI0INE8 OHEMIOALS PERFUJIEUY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded Patent Medicines Pure Wines and Liquora for medicinal purposes 1 1 J- 1a j - r t 11 iWtfv mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wt 5 Personals Hon wtt mBk 4 f 1 ft Ignatius A Spalding of Union Mary Jctt and Georgie Payne of this city county State Railroad Commissioner was Miss Fanny Bullock and Miss Isabelle Rev Geo 0 Barnes was in the city yes in the city this week Gciing have returned home from Old Point tenlay Mr Joe C Bailey and wife of Versailles Comfort where they have been spending Miss Mallic Tngc left Monday for a visit have been visiting Mr J M Saffell and the past two weeks with a party of Wood Â¬ to Chicago ford county fiiends wife near this city Mr Henry Julian left Tuesday for a isit Mrs James A Hodges and children who Mrs WL Cannon and children of Newto Iesington have been visiting Col J N Crutchers Master Ciessy Ringo is isiting friends in Orleans are visiting her father Mr Hiram lamuy in umicpuim icu iui iuiuiiuy- Berry in this city Anderson county gound on Tuesday evening to visit Mrs Mrs Mattie McAfee of Lebanon spent Mr Chas Green left jestcrday for Hodges parents Dr and Mrs E II a few das in the city this week the guest Madison villc Ky Black of Miss May Bigby Mr John L Sliced of Louisville was in Major Wickliffe Chapman and wife have Miss Laura French who has been visitthe city Sunday taken rooms over the drug store of Messrs ing Mrs Isaac Wingate near Woodlake re Miss Lucy Turney of Paris is visiting Chapman Gi lc and he will devote his turned home Monday whole time to the drug business as soon as Mrs G C Kellcy Mr ChasHermany the water works man his term of office as Assistant Adjutant Mr II M McCarty jr lias gone on a is here sitpei intending some improvements General expires We often hear the lamentations of those who visited St Paul six yenrs ago and visit to Bardstown r failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more But stronger at the Pumping House W F Brewei Fsq propiietornf Brew still will be the vnin regrets of those who Mr F W Keys attended the Fawrencc have n little monoy now nnd fail to invest Hon C U McElroy of Bowling Gieen ers Job Printing limise Louisville with it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul The country burg fail on Thuisdiy attended the meeting of the Literary So his family are spending a week or two is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years nnd what a future Miss Maggie Ayic ot Missouri is visit- ciety on Thursday night with Mr Harry Thomas and other lelatives it has before it There is no city in the Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near ns cheap ing Mrs V T Runjan Miss near Farmdale Mr Hrewer is one of the X J Sawier and daughter Mr The following comparative statement of renl estate values obtained from lead- Â¬ Mr J R Staflbid went to Midway Tues Mary Campbell ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself hne relumed from a visit best practical printers of the Falls City day morning on business o relatives in Michigan Di R S II unbleton of Buffalo New Population Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining visiting Miss 1attie Miss Iostlethwaite Acreage per acre Residence Business Property has been visiting relatives near York Mr A W Martin wife and daughtei Chicago 750000 700 0000 7000 Bui nliy Maple Avenue returned on Thursday from a three weeks Farmdale this county the past week Dr Buffalo 240000 3G0 3000 2000 Col M H Crump of Bowling Green wasJ isit to Cumbeiland Falls Hambleton will be temembered by our Cleveland COO 3G0O 227000 1500 in the city on Wednesday 165000 1500 3000 200 called to Louis- older citizens as little Bobbie son of Dr E Milwaukee Mr Ja Dudley jr was Detroit 300 155000 2000 3000 illness of G Hambleton Inr many years a demist in Minneapolis Mr Phil D Arnold of Drennon Springs ville Saturday on account of the 140000 800 2000 3500 this city was in the city on Tuesday his brother B H Dudley St Paul 300 140000 1200 2000 Kansns City 300 3500 5000 105000 Miss Susie Richard of New Jeisey is Mis Belle Breck of Anchorage who Lexington Fair begins Tuesday Indianapolis 150 300 800 90000 visiting Miss Josie Duvnll has been visiting Mis II II Watson left 150 5000 78000 1200 All railroads will run Omaha Week Toledo 100 the Evangelist Wednesday for Spring Station 1000 50000 1100 Rev Geo O Barnes during Duluth 100 1500 20000 1000 county is special trains to Lexington in the city Wednesday was Mr Chas C Newton of this this week the Fair Miss Pinkcrton of New Orleans is visit jerking lightning mi Lexington The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart fronroen reporting the tiolting laces ing Miss Mary Watt Brown The waier rent of all water con- Â¬ tre to centre have only about five miles of a partly vacant space between them and Mr E W Hines letuined Tuesday afterMiss Lirne Rodman left Thursday for a is due on Thursday Sep- Â¬ hnve a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 in New York noon fmn a two weeks sojourn at Old sumers visit to relatives had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly tember I for the six months Dr W II Aerill left Monday morning Sweet Spring West Virginia lieirer 150000 eaoh and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Mr SimlR Smith who has been con ending March 1st 188S and must Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds n home for Philadelphia and New York fined to bed for several days by severe be promptly paid or the water in the territory immediately tributary to Mis Minnie Williams is isiting Mi illness is able to be out again Kaimdale Carrie Blakemuie near will positively be shut off Be Mr Edgar Jett who Ins been visiting his Misses Mimic Bull and Bessie Mukham warned in time and waltz up with biothei Mr Peter Jett in this city return left Thursday fn Lawienceburg your sheckels ed to his home in Indiana on Thursday Mr Mont Paikcr left Tuesday morning Mrs Dr E E Hume who has been vis A Case for Masvilleto attend the Fair itini relatives in the country for several Mrs L C Kendall is visiting Mrs J My case has been a very curious one for weeks returned lo the city on Tuesday Williams in Eminence this week about thirteen years At intervals of about Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Mrs Emile Fiey wife of Mr E Fiey of one week I would be attacked with spells Miss Nannie Browder has been visiting the Capital Office we are glad to know is of severe and most ccrutialiug pain als friends in Lawrenccburg this week ways commencing in the region of my kid consideiably better of her recent illness in nevs The pain would tlnn go upvvard Ed Power the Ann street hardware Mr Mr C B Pettit of New Orleans who and affect my body and head and seemed merchant is in Chicago on business has been visiting Mr George Huffman and to pencil ate aiy veiy eve balls creating the completion this year of the Minneapolis Sault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will Maj W R Kinney the noted lawyer of wife South Side left for home tsterday must intense suffering lasting about eight The give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicugo and will put hours each spell Tuesday Louisville was in the city on Miss Marie Barnes daughter of the celeI resorted to all kinds of medicine with it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast D Young Stale Railroad ComCol J brated evangelist was in the city on Friday out benefit Several doctors treated my missioner was in the city on Monday evening the guest of Miss Mary Ashmore case but none ave relief I finally used B B B as an experiment and to my utter El ififi Head on iiie Catlettsbuig Hon KeeneF Piitchard of Mis Susie Keith Seibrecht Miss Nonie astonishment all pain and suffering vanishweek was in the city the fust of the Nicoland Mr James A Murray left Tuesday ed after using three doses To the present time I have used three bottles and not a H Stoll of Lexington was morning for a trip to trie Mammoth Cave Hon Chas pain has ever returned I do not know And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the in the city on Monday on legal business Coleman of Louisville who what was the matter neither could my inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is tilling np more and more Miss Maggie and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still Col Clint Griffith former Senator from has been visiting Mrs C C Fun in this physician name the complaint The B B fields for its already immense wholesale trade Tuesday city returned home Wednesday afternoon B acted finely and powerfully upon my largerinoreasingi and it is rapidly becoming the centre of Its great manufactures are Daviess county was in the city on the appetite has been splendid daily my kidneys Hon Perry A Cline late representative C C Fuirand T J Todd re and my constitution built up rapidly Messis R THOMAS from Pike county was in the city Tuesday turned Wednesday evening from a three Constitution Ga May 6 18S6 from weeks hunting and fishing trip to Michi J II Gain Esq ex repiesentative Andeison county was in the city on Thurs gan 1 NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors - Â¬ Â¬ And make us lose the Rood we oft might win By fearing to attempt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nameless STPflULS imiTlEHSETRflDE 1 The Third Railroad Centre the United States Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Navigation jnississip Â¬ Â¬ day have been in Fayette county for several visiting friends Mr J A Coons and family i das A ViA j A Muiray of Taylorton left Mr Ja for Louisville Tuesday morning on busi Â¬ ness Judge Holt returned Tuesday from Mt county Sterling and left for the west Wednesday In September one of our Broadway evening merchants will lead to the altar one of the Miss Christine Whitehead is visiting her most popular and beautiful young ladies of uncle Judge Robert Riddell in Estill the city of Lockport who Tiss Lulu Douthitt has been visiting Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Mattie Jones South Side has returned home Miss Jennie Montgomery of Troy Jessa- Â¬ mine county who has been visiting Miss May Bagby left Tuesday for Woodford Uiiimpeaclied Integrity Mrs Judge Hord and State Librarian Mr Chas G Payne and wife left Wed Â¬ Mrs Hanson attended the reunionof the nesday afternoon to visit friends at Pleas Orphan Brigade C S A at Bardstown ureville this week 15 Crumbaugh of Shelby county Mr II Miss Willana Smith of Louisville who has been been visiting lelatives in this city has been visiting Misses Sue and Annie this week Mori is Spring Hill returned to her home Ed J Hughes has returned from a on Wednesday Mr two months sojourn county Broke down twelve years ago I am 55 and have not been able to work since Have lost proper action of my hips and For five years scrofulous sores have legs appeared on my scalp and nose and at same time my eyesight began to fail and for three years have been comparatively blind Have been treated by eminent phy Â¬ sicians of different schools without a cure made I have taken five bottles of B B B and all scrofulous sores at Atlanta Ga are Lradually healing Inflammation about my eves has disappeared and there is some impiovement in my vision Am very much benefited and relieved and begin to feel My strength like a boy again feel good and activity are returning in my legs and hips The B B B acts vigorously upon my kidneys and the great quantity of mat- Â¬ ter that has been forced out through the skin is utterly incredible often so offensive I refer to in odor as to produce nausea all business men of LaGrange Ga P JKOPHILL LaGrange Ga January 13 1886 There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and most rapidly developing part of the United States St Paul and Minneapolis sin WILL m PUG BE ONE INDUSTRIES SOON IMMENSE CITY By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise or the citys situation and surroundings1 by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and more satisfying than those which have already made it the wonder and admiration of all whose good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac Â¬ quainted with her institutions We have a targe number of Southern customers and all their investments have either been sold out at a large profit in some cases Tnree Hunorea Per An cm Per Annum at Eureka Springs Arkansas Mrs Ben Wairen of Louisville in visit Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Newman at the Forks of Elkhom p- tv w Hon J P Thompson of Lebanon State has been in the Railroad Commissioner city this week Mrs Dr Thos H Hudson of Kansas City Mo is visiting Mrs Jas M SaHell near this city Mrs Maria Haner and Mrs Sheffer Rich ardson left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Lagrange Miss Jennie Montgomery of Woodford county has been visiting Mis May Baghy for several days Â¬ Misses Marie and Madell Goodloe of Lexington and Miss Eliza Garth ol Georgetown are visiting Miss Fannie Gaines South Side Humphrey Henry Sawyier Messrs Evans E Haynes Taylor and Stanley Stagg spent Sunday at Mr Thos W Scott near Duckers Mr Albert H Crutcher and bride who have been visiting his parents in Bellepoint left Monday afternoon for their home in Los Angeles California Mr James W Blackburn of Washington City who has been visiting relatives in this city and Woodford county for the past two months left Saturday night for home Miss Lizzie Graham who has been visit- Â¬ ing her brother Mr Jas H Graham in this city for some time returned to her We home in Louisville Monday evening regret to know that Miss Lizzie is quite sick All who desire full information about the Or have largely advanced in value cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula here is sure to net the owner from and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores etc can secure bv mail free a copy of our 32 page Illustrated Book of Wondeis filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known BLOOD BALM CO Addres Atlanta Ga July23 1 m investment made with moderate judgment Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh 25 TO 100 PER CENT FEB A1TNT7M B ROBT FRANKLIN ODIN G CLAY The True Method Of curing 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 fruit remedy Syrup of Figs It cleanses as well as strengthens the 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 Chapmart 48 im GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING 2jvdH3ST2iTBSOa A Mrs II A Guthrie and son of Lexing Â¬ ton are visiting her aunt Mrs Lou Can non in this city Mrs Jessie Moore of Houston Tex Mr aul Mrs i visiting her parents city Lighter f this Â¬ Mrs Brooksand Miss Lizzie Jett tof Richmond who have been visiting relatives ExGov McCreary passed through the weeks left Wednesday city on Wednesday en route to Lawrence here for several morning for home accompanied by Misses burg to the Fair JJ REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Rank of Kentucky State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort Planters National bank Branch Bank of Kentucky Ky Richmond Va Frankfort The Bank of Minnesota may28 iy 5 Paul Minn 4 y k w 3 Communicated We regret to learn that Mrs Dr J M Lewis of Midway is Jett Ky confined te her bed with erysipelas Editor Roundabout A short card in your issue of of the face August 6th replying to a charge It is said that Gov Knott upon made by the writer in your issue his retirement from office will re- Â¬ of July 30th denies emphatically I stated then that sume the practice of the law in said charge the evidence was at hand and the city of Louisville could be produced of a creditable character sustaining the charge Rev G F Bagby Col Tom and which I now offer Rodman and Mr JMWakefield Paris Ky Aug 9th 1887 attended the meeting of Elkhorn Dear SIR Yours of even date at hand I will endeavor to give as near as I can the ex Association at Versailles this week act language of the sheriff of Shelby county Mr Will L Graham I jr had the misfortune to have his left thumb split open by a rip saw on Thursday at the establishment of Graham The Messrs Choate damage is not as serious as at first supposed m The fire department tore franti cally around town for a half hour Monday night looking for the fire and still the City Council thinks we need two useless steam engines more than a fire alarm As was to be expected when a man selects the jury before whom he is to be tried the jury in the case of the Commonwealth vs Z T and Allie W Young and Green Mannin found the accused not guilty in regard to the payment of State taxes Sept 1st 1SS7 and as related to you by me in Seelbacks Hotel May last I was in Shelby ville a short time before the primary election 011 the day of the horse sales there Meeting Winfred Bailey the Sheriff I asked him why it was he was not for me as I had understood his brother to say He answered saying this in so many words Mr Rogers I am sorry I can not be for you but Hewitt was here the other day and he has been mighty clever and he promised further indulgence and Mr Rogers it would be impossible for me to collect and pay over the taxes by Septenber 1st as the new law requires without ilhfnss to my people or myself I siid well Winfred you are going to sup third term too port a man ami for a who has a law enacted himself and then offers so assist in staying it in order t pro Â¬ Baileys reply to this was mote his election Mr Rogers I will be for you next time but excuse me now please Respectfully yours I mythology that Jupiter chained King Mcnalaus to a rock upon a mountain and placed a vulture over him to cat his heart out but just so much as the vulture ate out by day so much grew by night So it is with the Legislature They meet exhaust the treasury ad journ and during the interval of repose they want the State s finan- Â¬ cial heart to swell up again to be enabled to satiate the ravenous appetites of the suckers of public pap lhe mammalia of the public breast having been extended by a full flow of money into the Â¬ treasury September 1st Sixty Hanged Herself Mrs Betsy Stevens wife of Senator William Stevens an old citizen of But I have said the time for col this county committed suicide by lecting the public revenue on SepTax Payer hanging at her home near the tember 1st is most inopportune village of Camdenville yesterday The farmer has but one crop to The New State Tax Law She was about eighty years old f To the Editor of the Courler Journull mature previous to that time viz and she and her husband were cism ine btate department ana the wheat crop the oats and hay What is the tax payer going to do known to everybody in the county the recent Legislatures are run crop not being marketable before about the new assessment law The and the Democratic party into the the winter season and is generally Louisville business man we mean who is Aunt Betsy almost as moment Uncle Bill the old gentleman ground about as fast as those de- Â¬ used to feed the stock of the farm at this card from gloomily contemplating a the sheriffs office of Jeffer postal being an elder in his church and siring its destruction could well through the winter Much oT son comity with astonishing figures in the otherwise prominent in his com- wish as evidenced by a loss in the wheat crop can not be threshed left hand upper corner He has compared with his State these munity They were generally con- four years of more than one half of before September 1st and if taxes offigurespreceding year andand county finds they the having about their former majority The threshed it has to be put on the are from 50 to 100 per cent higher than sidered well-to-d- o 300 acres of land and other prop- Courier Journal of 16th inst says market at buyers prices which have before He knows too well he is not from and cent confound them they cant do it been ruinously low for two years 50 to 100 persuch richer in that there erty and no children of their own increase ha been no the nominal raised several again Beware organ of the Besides this is the farmers first rate of State and county taxation His though they have adopted children The cause of party that you are not now whist ready money The hemp tobacco first impression is that there is some gross flashes upon him the suicide is said to be brooding line as you pass throucrha grave and corn crops are to be saved mistake hut no there unhandsome yellow the recollection of that over a supposed trouble about the yard to keep your courage up and it takes a great deal of money assessment blank of last September which title to the land of her husband The shout of Jack Glore of Frank- Â¬ to save them at the The July store ac- Â¬ so aggravated himcolumns time A blank with rulings It seems that several years ago fort of John C Breckinridge fame counts have to be met otherwise ceivable speciesand property for every con of under the sun everything Mr Stevens had was is now a shout of the past It the merchant cannot pay his taxes for every item of his possessions whether deeded to Dr Thomas H Hud- - died with him Hanson and others The cattle hog and mule crop are paid for or not and for all that was due Pistil Base is the slave who pays A Victim son then of Frankfort now of We have now a reading people not ready for market until they him by account or note but leaving him not so much as one little corner in which he Lately rit seems They look to their servants re are fattened off of the growing might set down what he owed What he Kansas City Consolation old people wanted it deeded cords and if smirched by a disrep and maturing crops the owned and what was owing him that was So where is Miss Ollie Porter is going to the back and this not being done utable act or the party does not the money to pay September taxes all the assessor was after His debts might be mountain high but the assessor had school at Benson till bring forth men worthy of respect the old lady brooded over it Again the State of Kentucky is nothing to do with them to make her mind became unsettled It all the John C Breckinridge collecting unjust taxes which is certain that they were not except from A fine rain on Sunday has re Â¬ deducted was charged at the time the prop- hurrahs of the past can never save so forcibly set forth in an article the taxable total vived the farmers hopes of a crop Formerly a man was taxed upon his net erty was deeded away that it was it herewith appended signed A worth or the so called residuary Un Mr Julius Porter and wife have There have been rings formed Victim done to evade some security debts that I forbear to say der the new law he is to be taxed on what returned from a visit to Simpson for which Stevens was liable but in politics as well as commercial anything additional What he has he is worth and his debts besides The Courier circles and the one now in Frank- Â¬ said has been well said and I hope effect is to add this year for Louisville ville this he stoutly denied alone millions of fictitious value to the fort is said to be the strongest ever you will read it carefully Mr John Cleveland of Iowa Jourunl Aug 4th We are basis for taxation While it has coming to some what of an equi- Â¬ formed in the State Of course it is double taxation and after a pleasant visit to friends in It is seldom that an article ap- elected many third termers it wholly incorrect in principle and unjust in Kentucky has returned home pears in any paper which does has seriously weakened the Demo- librium from present signs of the operation It may be treble or quad times in the political horizon ruple or even quintuple taxation A a Mr Wesley Wade is the conmore cruel injustice than is done cratic party General apathy To the victors belong the spoils large jobber who has bought large qum tractor for a mile of the turnpike to our friend Dr T H Hudson has taken possession of many good has been the cry and hence when tities of goods on time sells B and takes from Stringtown to the Shelby and B sells C D in their in the above Dr Hudson owns men says the organ of the party Mr Cleveland was elected a wail his notes and the goodsand who remain Franklin line among the turn distribute a farm which lies along by the side Talk about party lines away with went up from the Democratic pap ing letters of the alphabet On the 15th Miss Genoa Honnakcr of Louis of September A B C and D have not pos them The General Apathy of Mr Stevens land which Mr Democrats of Kentucky have de- Â¬ suckers to turn the rascals out session of the goods nor have they paid or ville has returned to her home S has used together with any termined no longer to eat crow Mr Cleveland did turn many out been paid lor tnem out eacli ami all are after a pleasant visit to Miss Ollie but he kept the honest men in taxed for them by the State through their stock the doctor had on it as his even though it be liberally plas- and put more honest men in irre- accounts or bills receivable It is a noble Porter in rranklm ceunty sauce spective of political complexion icheme for the indefinite multiplication of own In fact Mr S treated Dr tered with Democratic Mr John Sargent is still playing In personal property active Democratic conventions have been Mr Cleveland your head was cial community doing anbusiness commer base ball on East Tattle Ridge largely he was his son Hudson as though so often cut and dried and con- level on this and I commend vou upon credit the State can by the aid of He says that Joe Showalter is one and was treated by the Dr as tins law roll up returns ol so called per trolled by howling mobs of bum- Â¬ for it in the club sonal property for taxation in excess of all of the best players though he was really his father mers and politicial dead beats that And now a word in reference to the actual wealth both real and personal For reasons best known to him- few decent men enter them It is voting taxes and I am done It is within its borders Lee county voted 50000 to It is a law which bears hardest upon the the capital stock of the Louisville self Mr Stevens deeded his land thus the party is furnishing the unfair unjust and contrary to most active and enterprising portion of the to Dr Hudson without any solici- fuel to consume its own vitals every principal of right for a non community The capable and laborious Cincinnati and Virginia Railway collecting taxes The time is small This will tation from him whatever Dr under the newfor is most inoppor- Â¬ property holder to vote a tax upon business man whose capital enable himbut the majority being 12 to law a property holder Taxation with- Â¬ whese capacity and integrity carry the railroad from Winches Hudson has always been willing tune Why the change Let us borrow one hundred thousand dollars to out representation is unjust repre- Â¬ put into manufacturing pays under this ter to Three Forks and will be a and ready to deed the land back surmise The State Treasury has sentation without taxation is equal law the same taxes as the man who really great improvement to that country owns the capital so used and who does the as well as a valuable acquisition to his more than father and has been short of funds for several years ly unfair and unjust community no service except by loaning officials I have been told so stated to him both before and State What we need is a property his money out at the biggest premium he towards increasing the value of the salfor monthly qualification of a limit of such a can command The larger the amount property of Lee county Argus since his- return from Kansas City have had to wait aries legislators for per diem pay character as to make the party borrowed the heavier the tax upon the Bully for Lee Mrs Stevens health has been and thus they soliloquized voting the tax feel some of its enterprising borrower Instead of encour aging the development of business the law bad for a long time and had so Lets collect the State revenue burdens This idea is not popular is a premium on restriction It is known far and wide as impaired her mind as to produce September 1st of every year and with politicians and hence they all A leading Mala street commercial firm for chicken cholera ago started a factory in Louis the greatest cure the sad result above given She when we meet in December fol- Â¬ fight it The writer has seven men some time members becoming incorporated ever discovered It is unnecessary will have a full treas- Â¬ living on his farm all of whom are ville its had onceprevious to her marriage lowing wefull Gahterss for the purpose The firm having ample A treasury means an non property holders and depend- credit borrowed money in order to lend in to add that we allude to which is ury Chicken Cholera Cure and once in 1870 when in a like extravagant and liberal Legisla the The factory ing on him for their support Now turn to the factory and machinery owes raw sold by LeCompte and Carpenter its firm for its tools condition attempted suicide is related in Grecian ture It Â¬ siin---hoÂ¬ Now having made the charge I offer this in proof of said charge though not in the exact language of Mr Kogers it yet embodies all the substance of what I desired to prove in the communication of July 30th I leave an impartial public to now form their own con- Â¬ I would not clusion therefrom intentionally doAuditor Hewitt an injustice but he is a servant of the people and his official acts and those looking to that end are the property of the people and subject to their approval or severest criti Johnson Rogers thousand dollars and the lives of many innocent men sacrificed to protect Neal and Craft the Ash Â¬ land rapists and murderers three times convicted and twice granted a new trial on account of some small technicality of law Six weeks and thirty thousand dollars wasted in juggling among poli- Â¬ ticians as to whether Blackburn Williams or Sweeney should be elected Senator either one of whom would have made a satisfac- Â¬ tory representative of the people in the counciU of the nation How would it have been in a State convention The whole matter would have been settled in three days Shall we have a repetition I say God of this next winter forbid Let each candidate come forward with his developed strength give him the benefit of all he has and then begin the process as in State conventions of decapitating the hindmost man But little time will then be consumed in electing a United States Â¬ to bt excused The policy of allowing non property holders to vote tax if much indulged in would ruin any country And while I realize that there are no immediate prospects for the adoption of such a policy as suggested above the time may come when we in Frank lin county may feel the galling yoke now worn by the p ior people of Taylor county and which was brought about by just such indiscretion Read the article headed New State Tax Law and The signed A Victim Â¬ Â¬ material and its manufactured goods The factory and the firm are the same people who bv the hocus pncus of the new assess ment hw have now the luxury o paying have all the burden to bear and State and county taxes twice over on the ame property But Mr Miles of possession as a once on the goods in their they none and factory corporation Frankfort who has become quite again on the notes which they hold for the a writer and who talks so justly goods as a firm It is safe to say that that kind in his endeavors to right firm will not start another factory soon un- less can devise means for circumventing everything that is going wrong a lawit so absurd and so oppressive says Frankfort voted all the men Another well known Main street firm and boys black and white on had on the 15th of last December the State assessment a heavy account the railroad question And pro- date of the State of Kentucky for supplies against poses three cheers for Bourbon furnished The account was long past county who he thinks did the due Had it been paid it would have been by the firm discharge a same thing The writer voted usedamount of itsto indebtedness correspond ing and there neither foror against the railroad would have heen that much less ol Louis tax and gives the seven men on ville wealth lor the Stitu to tax- By deliying pay his place credit for remaining away carrying out this method ofits creditors to ments and not permitting from the polls where they had no offset any of their own debts against the right in equity to be and that debt owed them by the State it U obvious too when he had never mentioned that our venerated Commonwealth mi ht in time a magnificent the question to them The people showing be able to maketaxation of the for purposes of of Taylor county are now in great riches of its citizens It would be easy to multiply instances of distress over a railroad tax voted especial hardship worked by the new law in this same way and are unable In every case it is plain that the injustice to pay The people all over Ken arises from not permitting liabilities to be tucky are in deep sympathy with deducted from assets There is absolutely no this deduction them The United States Marshal use means of makingassessment blanks in the No of the required detailed to nuke the levy and sale merchant can thus equalize his assets regrets exceedingly the corrmk and avoid being taxed upon his total indebtedness without committing perjury sum he has undertaken and b The reputed authors of this extraordinary I ask is there any justice in giving these men seven votes to my one to impose a tax on me when I Â¬ m Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ is law h ive been swift to disclaim re ponsi bility for the most jbjct nnable of I pro Auditor Hewitt w 11 driftd it in vMons it original form siys he had no idea of not permitting indebtedness to be deducted but that the act was botched at the last moment and rushed through in ignorance of the effect of its amendments It is true that the schedule of personal property con Â¬ tains as its last item No 71 value of all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oilier property alter deducting debts But the seventy items preceding this have exhausted every possible class of assets that can be imagined There can be no and consequently no other property deductions This item No 71 is a mockery of the ti payer As it stands it seems to serve only to point the moral of the old exclamation With what little wisdom the world is gov erned But if it means anything it means hat the Legislature did intend that or other debts should be deducted although no method is provided for so do ing In the meantime the 31st of August is approaching after which a penalty of 6 per cent is to be added to unpaid tax iiils and two weeks- after that on September 15th another assessment is to be made upon the same basis for taxes for iSSS and no citizen can make his report so as to escape taxation on his debts without the sin of perjury This indirect augmentation of the taxes o men in active business is a hea y handicap upon Louisville especially Is the Louisville merchant going to do nothing about it Have the Board of Trade or the Commercial Club no word to say upon a subject so important If it is the belief of merchants that the law is virion or unconstitutional would it not be well to have at least the opinion of a competent lavyer upon its force and effect and if the State has no right to the excessive tax will it not be our duty t invoke the memory ol John Hampden and say with ancient Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f i iiJ i H FRANKFORT KOUNMMHIT Entered at the post oMce at Frankfort Kentuck as second class mailable matter GBORGE A LEWIS FRANKFORT AUGUST L0 1887 The people of Frankfort should not rest content with the assured success of the P G F railroad but should give encouragement to any and all enterprises that will add to the material wealth of the community There is no reason why we should not have a large tobacco warehouse or houses located here We are in the very midst of the tobacco growing section and im mense quantities are being shipped elsewhere every year that of right ought to find a legitimate market Â¬ here Let every encouragement be given to the tobacco factories already here and invite still further investment in that direction Another very important industry that would be peculiarly well Â¬ m m bfr TJX j t r ft IKK- S 3 I Kbi r R Mr Albert Jeffers had the mis- Â¬ Cholera Cure fortune to have his slaughter-Â¬ WOOD Normal School house situated two miles from PLEASUREVILLE KY the city on the Versailles pike WE HAVE HABD AND SOFT WOOD CUT TO lengths at our mill OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1887 Ordersstove same accompanied byfor sale cheap struck by lightning during the for cash promptly attended to thunder storm on Monday morn- Â¬ P S RULE ic CO Aug 6 lm ing at 4 oclock and it together s egrnphy type writing short hand and book- keeping taught without extra charge lor limn uueupesi scnooi in me suue bend for cataloin with the packing house and smokeJ B SECREST Pres Aug G 4t house containing 600 hams were One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ The man Ritchie who obtained totally consumed entailing a loss dences in South Frankfort which was par- Â¬ valuable trotting horses from Col of about 1700 We regret exceed W H HALL OFFERS FOR SATR nva Pepper on forged letters of credit tially insured house and and lot on the corner nf Hmu nrt ingly to chronicle this loss as Mr Main streets The lot contains about torn vm escaped from the sheriff of Craw- Â¬ and the house Is in good repair There are apple is one of our most enter- Â¬ peach and plum trees In abundance upon the ford county Mb while en route Jeffers solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock place two lurge pits stocked with Marshal Nell energetic and worthy Good prising Thousands of dollars worth of To salary and Expenses or Commission Per roses and a green house planted with roses and to this city to be tried for his ras manent employment guaranteed Address at heated with Hltcblngs Improved hot water chickens die every year from Choi once stating uge SNELL A HOWLAND business men apparatus Nurserymen St Louis Mo cality A reward will probably young July 9 2ui era It is more fatal to chickens than TKRMH EASY all other diseases combined But the Apply to Db W HHALL be offered for his arrest and de Â¬ We are glad to note that the discovery of a remedy that positively livery to the jailer of this county NEW TRANSFER LINE amount required to be raised in cures it has been made and to be conP S Since writing the above vinced of its efficacy only requires a order to keep the College at trial A cents bottle is enough for 25 cents BUGGIES SURRYS the sheriff succeeded in recaptur Georgetown 50 HARNESS 1 passenger and valise or satchel 85 cents 25000 has been one hundred chickens AT It is guar- 1 passengegaud 12 trunk 50 cents Ritchie and brought him to this trunks 1 NO 81H LEWIS STREET 50 cents successfully accomplished and anteed If after using two thirds of 2 passenger and 1 trunk passengers and OPPOSITE THE FARMERS BANK 60 cents passengers and 2 trunks city on Saturday night and lodged a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly 2 Frankfort Ky Carriage work repaired and the good people of our sister city 5 years old and under 9 will be oharged P Children him in Castle Williams He is can now congratulate themselves satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken B cents In addition to above Where there are Cholera return it to the undersigned several children charges will be reasonable good for a term with Warden Baggage will be transferred In wagon on the fact that this old and hon- and your money will be refunded Fishing parties picnics Ac will receive prompt Taylor attention at reasonable rates ored institution will remain with m Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange FOR SALE BY Hallorans Drug Store Blue Wing Of Holmes Councilman Richard Ferguson them FIRM OF O R CRUTCHER We have no right to a CO fice and A II Waggoners Grocery Store on Kentucky Is this day l grocers Frankfort Broadway Carpenter ssoived by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring has been suffering for several days vote but we think it would have LeCompte W B LUCKETT O B Crutcher assumes all the liabilities and Telephone SI all with partial paralysis of the left been a shame to have moved it firm of 0 rOrders may also be left at LeCompte 4 Carpen will collect Co accounts dueO the CRUTCHER R SOUTH SIDE DBU00I8TS Crutcher A B ters South Side Drug Store July tf WM JORDAN side of his face Jttljr 23 lr away from Georgetown My2tWm Â¬ suited to this locality is a furni- Â¬ ture manufactory The lumber to manufacture into furniture is being bought up and shipped elsewhere in the rough and is then returned to us as finished work Carrollton at the mouth of the Kentucky river has a flourishing manufactory that is doing a large business and at profitable return to its stockholders Shall we who are sixty miles nearer to the lumber region upon the same riverand with our vast system of saw mills quietly sit down and let this industry that would add so much to our prosperity drift to other points and enrich them at our cost We might go on and enumerate scores of other enterprises that ought to have their source here Awake and arouse dear friends to the possibilities that the womb of the future holds in reservation for such an energetic and live people as we ought to be and can become if we will only try Judge Wm Lindsay has been interviewed in Louisville in re- Â¬ gard to the prospects of the P G F railroad The Judge is highly elated at the trium- Â¬ phant manner in which the sub- Â¬ scription carried in this and Bourbon counties He is reported as saying that this road opens up to the people of Louisville and central Kentucky the most available outlet to the coal fields lum- Â¬ ber district and iron mining region of any in the State The wealth that will be brought out on its line will be almost unlimited The Judge urged the merchants and capitalists of Louisville to use their influence to foster this road Â¬ George Mourncy a young i r t i cuiorca man who woiks ioi join Heller the Broadway street butch er went to the house of an old colored woman by the name of Parthenia Cole on the Arsenal hill on Saturday night to see Mrs Coles daughter She objected to his waiting on the girl and ejected him from the house This so en raged Mourncy that he pulled out his pistol and shot the old woman in the head the ball crashing into She lingered between the brain life and death up to Jthe hour of our going to press Mourncy seemed paralyzed with fear after he had committed the act and in place of going out of town ran down the hill into town and right into the clutches of officers Hyde Griffin and Stephens who lodged him in jail Mourncy is represented to be a tough citizen having had one or two shooting scrapes heretofore This case it is hoped will about wind up hisshootin career Dr Hume was called in and ex- Â¬ tracted the ball from the womans head t Â¬ Â¬ Sunday evening Messis Edmund Haynes Taylor and Stan ley Stagg were returning to the city from a visit near Ducker Sta WEEKLY BULLETIN tion and when near the first toll gate on the Versailles pike their buggy was run into by two young men from the Forks who had We have an unusually nice line and prices reduced from 3 to 4 per We show choice styles and seasonable dozen been investigating the working of the Sunday law in this city The buggy was overturned and smash ed up Messrs Stagg and Taylor A job lot 2 per dozen seamless and a bargain On Â¬ Crutcher Starks Â¬ NECKWEAR Â¬ thrown out the former escaping with a few bruises but the latter had the back of his head skinned his jaw dislocated and was kicked in the side bv the horse but for tunately was too close to him to be seriously injured One of the Forks boys who was asleep in the buggy was thrown clear acioss the road and alighted uninjured in the gutter The other who was driving was unhurt HOISERY STRAW HATS Just half price 1 for 50 cents NIGHT SHIRTS 624 Job lot cents worth 1 WHITE HALL MAIN STREET J C MASTIN G H MASTIN The following is the score of the Spring Hill Gun Club at the weekly shoot August 5 at 25 Knoxville birds 18 yards rise K MASTIN BROS -- DEMURS IX- - Farming imoiements Field seeds Buggies wagons VV J Ji Price Tnylor Mr Pepper won the medal ty met on Monday to consider the question of submitting a proposi- We endeavored to obtain the tion to subscribe to the capital above score for our last paper but Â¬ The magistrates of Scott coun- Â¬ L Cox G L Pnyne J C Mastin R C Church 15 G F Berry 18 R V Popper 8 RMorris jr ail Main St HARiJ ARE U We keep In Stock 15 17 JN Abrnms Thos Chuich OLD HICKORY WAGONS Kentucky and McSherry 13 GRAIN DRILLS Buggies Surreys Road Carts Of ever description HARROWS CUT- Â¬ TING HOXES CIDER MILLS and a fine line of Harness Saddles Dr W M Goodlove a medical expert and examiner in the Pension Bureau has been at the Capital Hotel this week overlooking the work of our local pension exOur city and vicinity were vis- amining board Drs Sawyier Ely ited with a splendid rain on Sun- and James He expressed himday night and Monday morning self as charmed with the scenery last There were several premon in and around our beautiful city itory showers on Snnday evening and also says that the board here and about li oclock that night are very efficient and faithful in the elements got regularly down to their work their work and the rain came in Three coaches filled with extorrents lor several hours accompanied by almost incessant light cursionists bound for the Mamningand thunder Our parched and moth Cave passed through this blistered fields gardens and pas- city Tuesday morning tures are now resuscitated and all Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 stock of the Paris Georgetown and Frankfort Railroad to a vote of the people but one member of the board being absent they adjourned to meet again to day It is understood however that a majority of the Justices were in favor of submitting the question An enthusiastic delegation was present from Bourbon and Franklin county was represented by Judge Wm Lindsay Judge Alvin Duvall and Col J Stoddard John ston Â¬ Â¬ the Secretary went back on us The following is the score of the shoot on Friday Aug 12 same target and conditions 14 G T Church 10 J N Abrahams 10 9 L L Cox J L Price R Morris R R C Church E E Hume P Pepper jr 13 G Mnstin 13 K Taylor 14 G F Berry 11 14 15 18 Mr G F Berrv won the medal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t jH W5 V Â¬ WHbn i3f jTiWU DO YOU We t t l 11 WANT THE EARTH f 300 200 250 200 250 in the city M cant give 70a that but we will give yon the best MM 11 11 Gents Shoe for 4 It 11 11 U 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Kid Boot for m OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION- - Â¬ nature puts on a broad smile ot Bless the Loid for His delight goodness G ANTER CHICKEN s TS A HATS HATS large stock and prices to suit the times R K MSCLURE STOVE Central Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ SALESMEN -A-arwEiD Â¬ Â¬ FOE SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UOTICE Â¬ - Ml 2 Ujtf FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AUGUST 20 1887 Religious A General Invitation to the The annual meeting of Franklin Association will be held with the Smoke tho White Wing Cigar nt church at Pleasant Ridge about 37 Gm LeCompte Carpenters five miles from this city on the Fire Chief Jcffers having resigned Flat Creek pike on Tuesday next his position Councilman Richard August 23 A cordial invitation is extended Ferguson is acting as Chief tempo- Â¬ to all who may wish to attend this rarily meeting Quite a number from The Council on Friday night Mr Charles Stephens a this city will be present elected Rev G F Bagby preached a policeman to fill the vacancy oc casioned by the resignation of Mr short sharp and incisive sermon last Sunday morning from the P F Smith text Will a man rob God Mai A red fox created a sensation 8 The sermon was one that near the Post office Monday morn 3 hewed to the line and would have ing about 830 oclock He came been of great service to every trotting up from the Customman and woman in the community house Wharf and turned down as well as to the large audience Wapping street when a large who were present crowd of boys and a dog ran after There will be no services in the him and he left in a hurry for the Church Southern Presbyterian Benson hills to morrow as the Pastor will be We regret to learn that Mr absent assisting Rev Dr Kin Walter Gibbs only brother of naird at Midway Mrs C R Gresham of this city Mr M D Averill of this died at his home in Georgia on county took the premium at the Friday last of typho dysenteric Lawrejiceburg Fair Tuesday on a fever Mrs Gresham was sum- sample of Mediterranean Hybrid to his bedside some ten Wheat raised by him moned days ago She has the sympathy There will be the usual service of many friends in her affliction at the Baptist Church to morrow Sermon by the pastor We undarstand that a man by morning Bagby Due anthe name of Dowden living in the Rev G F will be made as to Bald Knob precinct whipped one nouncement of his children unmercifully and night service Rev Dr J McCluskey Blayney forced another who was sick of fever to drink nine dippers of will occupy his pulpit at the toChurch water and one night the first of First Presbyterian 1 1 oclock No service the week a party of masked men morrow at went to his house took him out at night and whipped him severely The Grand Lodge of the United The Dwyer Brothers have been Brothers of Friendship will meet unusually successful in the last few in Winchester on Tuesday next days Their two horses Kingfish Charity Lodge at 12 oclockm and Hanover won the handsomest No 3 of this city will be repre- Â¬ stakes offered at the Monmouth sented by Henry Weisiger jr Park races They both sold for and Lee T Clark little or nothing in the pools Messrs Dwyers winnings must The Bourbon county railroad have been tremendous as the men are jubilant because they stakes alone were worth about have beaten the majority in Frank Â¬ Franklins majority lin county 20000 was only 1630 Bourbons is Postmaster Rodman has placed 1736 Franklin will please stand Kentuckian- - Citizen us under obligations for a copy of aside Compendium of Domestic Brother Craddock dont be unthe Dont you know it is a generous Postage and Postal Literature compiled by Mr John H Patter- Â¬ great deal easier to do a thing after son of Chicago Ills It is a work you have seen some one else do of interest to every one who has it And then your county officers much dealing with the postal were all in favor of the proposi Â¬ authorities and explains the law tion and that counts moren a and regulations so that any one can hundred votes every time understand them There is no excellence without The following are the names of labor there is no such thing as Col R P Peppers string of success without effort And yet horses who have gone on a tour there is no permanent excellence through the racing circuit viz and no fruitful success even if Dessie Wingate Houri and Lin coupled with labor and effort unnette three year old fillies Acolyte less that labor and effort are inteland Motor three year old colts ligently directed and controlled and Cogniac a four year old pacer We may admire the effort of the They will bring with them some wind mill which is run by natural of the purses or else there will forces but it requires intelligence be very lively times and someto connect that effort with the bodys horses will have to hump pump or the mill stones belov themselves from eend to eend Â¬ Â¬ Inauguration The people of Frankfort respect Â¬ fully extend a cordial invitation to their fellow citizens throughout the State to be present at the inauguration of Gen S B Buck ner as Governor of Kentucky on Tuesday August 30 1887 Thos J Harris Chairman W Rodman J T B DM Macklin We hope that our citizens gen Â¬ erally will render all the assistance possible to the several committees who have in charge the arrange Â¬ ments for the inauguration of the Governor elect Let the occasion be long remembered as one in which Frankfort did her part right royally to welcome the coming and speed the outgoing Chief Magistrate One of the greatest improve- Â¬ ments that is going on in our city is the grading down and leveling of the vacant lots on Holmes street the property of the Reed heirs There will be several splendid building lots when the work is done A Singer sowing machine given awuy with soap at W L Jetts Greslmms old stand 40 Gents come and look at our plaited front iaundried shirt at Si It can not be bought in the city for less than 125 45 Weitzel ODonnell You can buy any parasol in our stock at one half the cost price as we are going to sell them out 45 Mc Henry Weitzel ODonnell Louis D Craig Willis L Ringo Virgil Hewitt FV H C Committee Gray Jas Rodman FM Halloran Murray of Invitation jr cottage of four rooms hall double porches cellar well of good water in the yard and stableon the premises Lot 150 by 100 feet Price 2 500 Apply at this office tf 46 For Sale or Rent A frame Â¬ I e Â¬ Â¬ The City Council should of Arrangements for the inaugural ceremonies will take place at the one of the steam fire engines and store room of Mr Jos L Rodman purchase a fire alarm system We Sons on Monday afternoon at do not need more than one and four oclock A full attendance we do need the alarm badly the is requested opinion of our Councilmen to the J L Rodman Cin contrary notwithstanding m A party of young men from this Mediterranean Hybrid Wheat city have been encamped at the W R and Seed Rye for sale Mouth of Stoney Creek for the Shaw Jotts Ky or G C Shaw past week hunting and fishing and Aug 2r3t Frankfort Ky have had splendid success Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis gave an entertainment on Tues- Â¬ day evening the 9th inst at the residence of their father near in honor of their Woodlake guests Miss Frances Wallace of Kansas City Mo Miss Sue Rodman of Frankfort Miss Eugenia Lewis of Midway Miss Sidney Lewis of Georgetown and Miss Penelope Alexander of Owens boro There were about 35 present among those from a distance were Misses Scott and Logan of Shelbyville Misses Cunningham and Scott of Owenton Miss Hal ley of Paynes Depot Messrs Stuart Baker and Sam Wilson of Louisville Mr Sam Halley of Paynes Depot and Messrs John Lewis and Jesse Peak of George- Â¬ Â¬ A meeting of the Committee Try the celebrated Eureka Springs Soap for bath and toilet at Chap sell man A Gavlcs 34 tf We have the best 50 cents and cents and 1 corset ever sold in the city 75 Â¬ 45 Weitzel ODonnell call on J r and 44 We have some elegant kid gloves in all colors for 75 cents 1 For cheap sugars Heeney South Side 45 Weitzel ODonnell For Sale and mattress Read L B A job lot of twelve quarter A lounge bedstead white quilts very cheap at Apply at this office Cos 46 Sam Dohnson -- - Â¬ Marshalls adverApply to in another column 47 tisement storage Â¬ - m MastiA Bros for 43 Orders for Drennon Water received chickens stock hogs horses cows at W L 40 Jetts South Side m or calves read L B Marshalls adTowels napkins and table linen vertisement in another column marked way down at 47 Â¬ If you want seed wheat fine Â¬ kth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ General E Taylor Berry late of Henry county died at his home near Pendleton Station on Satur Â¬ day last Gen Berry was the father of Mrs S F J Trabue Berry Commodore Dr Wm Robert M Berry U S N and several other children He was in the 77th year of his age He was a warm hearted old fashioned Kentucky gentleman and his death will be deeply regretted by a large circle of friends and rela- Â¬ tives For the first time in many long years the new Governor will enter upon the duties of his office in the same month in which he was elected Ordinarily the Governor is inaugurated in September The law says that he shall be inducted into office on the fifth Tuesdav August 1st after the election was the day of the election consequently Tuesday August 30th is the fifth Tuesday after the election and becomes inauguration day Â¬ Â¬ tive It is tho most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion Great Reduction etc For sale m 50 cent and i0 In prices on dry goods notions bottles by Chapman Gayle tf and gents furnishing goods We For Rent Blacksmith shop have determined to reduce our Apply to stock and the only way to do so on upper Main street is to mark them down and this we C R Gresham Second street 46 You can buy any near Shelby have done town goods in our store at greatly reFor the celebrated Langtry Call and see what duced prices The alarm of fire on Monday we have and we will give you bustle go to night was occasioned by the over- some great bargains Sam D Johnson Co 46 turning of a lamp at the residence Weitzel ODonnell 45 Place your farms and town lots for of Mr Geo Anderson on the cor ssde with Wm P Scott He will BA IttiAlNSllAKGAlNS ner of St Clair and Mero streets advertise them thoroughly tf Lot of French Satines at 25 The burning oil set a bureau on cents per yard All of our white dress goods fire It was easily extinguished Sam D Johnson Co 46 consisting of India linens Paris m with but little damage Call and see our cheap line of muslins and check and stripe muslin will The fire could have been located ladies childrens and misses hose low prices be closed out at very Weitzel ODonnell 45 in a few seconds Monday night if Weitzel ODonnell 49 we had a fire alarm telegraph but S Mocha Try a box of C For Rent A two story frame our wise city fathers think a steam and Java mixed coffee at residence with five rooms and cellar engine which is never used is J Heeneys 44 on the corner of Logan and Campbell more needful for the protection of streets Gas in the house and water Nothing more delicious than a the city than such a new fangled cup of Chase Sanborns Mocha in the yard Apply to W C Hera time saving apparatus and Java mixed coffee for sale by don m J Heeney South Side 44 Best unlaundried If you dont believe that CJhap shirt ever Blue Lick Water fresh from the sold for 624 cents at Gayle keep soda water so man O Donnelis 45 Weitzel cold that it gives evidence of be Â¬ Springs on draught at LeCompte 36 ing an importation from the Arc- Â¬ Carpenters Blood Orange Empsons Ginger tic regions just call in and try a Ale and Drennon Water constantly We have a large line of white glass and colored bed spreads which on tap at W L Jetts Soutli Side 40 we are going to sell at very low Editor Roundabout prices HOT WEATHER INDUCE- I have been reading with inter Weitzel ODonnell 45 MENTS Ice cold soda water est the reports of the presidents 25 Dozen full regular made un Â¬ direct front the Arctic regions of the various turnpike companies the best in the World at Chap Â¬ made to the Turnpike and Bridge bleached balbriggan hose at 16 and I discover cents per pair Commissioners Gnyles man Sam D Johnson Co 46 that most of them report the larg tf 4S est amount of expenditures under MATTEKNS best Photographs We are informed that E S the head of incidental expenses which is rather comprehensive of all sizes reduced to half price OHara will start a dairy in a few From his dairy you can days and includes a great many things We have marked down all goods expect good milk and good meas Â¬ I would suggest to the Commis sioners that they require the inci in our store and if you want cheap ure Orders will be greatfully received dentals for which these amounts goods All and see us 47 it - i Weitzel ODonnell 45 are expended to be enumerated so that the average farmer can un For Rent The residence of LOOK Mrs C E Ward on corner of derstand exactly all about the management of the turnpikes of A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re Main and Wilkinson streets in For terms apply to Respectfully the county Carpenters Frankfort ceived at Leeompto jy 2i im John T Buckley 39 Farmer South Side You can buy a parasol for less than cost at Cos 46 Sam D Johnson m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L B Marshall has a good lot Syrup of Figs of Mediterranean Hybrid seed for sale wheat Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ 47 nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco PARASOLsfrARASOLS Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ 45 Weitzel ODonnells SL iffj- - tf - jfcmmmmiimmmimtiiimmlatiMihm j jfe4 - ll fc TffmVhV7 WW H t Twgvy TTy aiu I Si i m Ladieg The rain fall last Sunday night his seat as Governor of Kentucky the road and let the pike run on and Monday morning two inches who they say will surrender to the Ridge In delicate health needing a preside Im willing to A splendid rain Not that Simon at said meeting If this should gentle yet effective laxative will beginnine to make the Tollivcr mob Farmers are Miss Agnes Thompson is sick preparations for their fall seeding Girty is a coward but is so in the meet your approval gentlemen find the California liquid fruit habit of surrendering that it comes let me hear from you My ad- Â¬ remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing Miss Mamie Gallihue is quite Mrs Jas Farmer has been natural You remember that he dress for the present is Morehead to the taste acceptable to the sick with fever quite sick during the past week surrendered to Bradley up in the Rowan county Ky Tollivers stomach and perfectly safe in all Miss Mary Harrington returned Com- Â¬ Hotel Room No 45 cases It is the most easily taken Born August 7th 1888 to mountains but the Central home Wednesday and pleasantly effective remedy Mr O Thomas and wife a daugh- Â¬ mittee made him run They told A PLAIN WAY TO FIX UP ROWAN Buckner if Bradley got a fair known to cure and prevent cos Miss Stella Cannon is visiting ter COUNTY TROUBLES chance at him that Bradley would to dispel headaches friends in Scott county First let the Democratic Cen- tiveness Mr Phil Parrent and wife are utterly destroy him that he must colds and fevers and strengthen Miss Sudduth of Hatton on a visit to friends in Spencer make the people believe that tral Committee still keep Buckner the kidneys liver and bowels and in close confinement until about is visiting relatives in this section county Bradley was beneath his notice Christmas Some might doubt is therefore a favorite remedy with Mr Henry Gwin was pros County School Superintendent that it was not fear that caused the legality of so doing but I ladies For sale in 50 cent and trated with heat last Wednesday Thomas Hunter was in our burg him to run but he was so mad by dont suppose it would be any 100 bottles Chapman Gayle week Saturday about Gov Knott McKenzie lat 45 im more harm to confine him after his You election than it was before No Miss Alice French is visiting services at South Ben- Cos fixing up his speech Regular Mrs T M Waddy in Shelby son to day and to morrow at eleven all in Frankfort remember the doubt Buckner would be willing to time when Knott and McKenzie make the sacrifice for the good of county Compare this trith your purchases oclock each day had Buckner up stairs in Tobins his adopted State He could not Mr John Gallihue has returned J W Jenkins and C H Par store standing on a whisky barrel to the Forks after an absence of rent have each recovered from trying to get him to memorize the object to let J Proctor Knott still He act as Governor pro tern nearly a year their recent illness speech they fixed up It was could send one thousand of State Mr S Black has gone to BosMrs Sallie Henrie Parrent who plain that he could not do it troops at once declare martial How he did law in the county arrest all the ton with Mr Charley LeCompte has been on the sick list for a week Poor Buckner Buckner sweat The trainers parties by the military try them convalescing of Frankfort or two is gave up in despair and were where any one was the least guil Â¬ Hurrah for Bourbon We knew Miss Bettie Roberts of Bagdad thinking of calling on Judge Crad ty have them shot after punishshe would be all right on the rail- graced our village with her pres- dock to take Buckners place ing all the parties who need it road question ence the first of the week The committee being stalled sent then ship say one thousand of the Mr Con McCarty will canvas Messrs Jonas Robb Buck and down stairs for Mr Tdbin who best guns that can be bought diPYSPE 1 P Wm Smith of Mercer county at one time had been on the State Scott county for the F G vide them out among the citizens R R next week were in our village last Monday Democratic Central Committee and let them finish up the job if that he might help them out of they are not satisfied declare the Several of our citizens attended and Tuesdav VerG the Elkhorn Association at F trouble The committee informed county a territory import about a The building of the sailles this week R R seems to be a certainty Tobin that Buckner could not thousand Mormons and about the learn a speech of any kind and Â¬ Mr Howard Stedman returned Three cheers and a tiger for enter- besides they could not fix one same number of Mexicans abolish the marriage institution which home Wednesday of last week prise and improvement because Hewitt had furnished would improve the morals of the Ifi ftBSTLESSNBSS Messrs Dudley and Arthur Bradley with the facts in regard to with his fair bride HR A STRICTLY VIOtTADLI county UgH MULTLItt FAMILY MEDICINI Miss Annie South returned Tucker of Spencer county have the finances of the State charge any thing for I returned home from a visit to rela After hearing all the facts about these dont home from a visit to friends in suggestions I make them tives in this neighborhood the case Tobin sat for two hours because I love my native State Woodford county At ON SA 1111 Mr Andy Read and sister Miss without saying anything Poor Gov Knott included Miss Katie Cannon fell from her Jjjjjt He was the picture of old man PHILADELPHIA Im known here as Dr Dundar horse while out riding last week Sue have returned home from a despair He at length came to go visit to relatives in Indiana accomIm making some money and fractured her arm panied bv their cousin MissLibbie himself and told the committee selling my itch salve How is Miss Loulie Peters of Frankfort Wood that they must watch for something Bald Knob Benson and Flat As you value health perhaps lire examine each package and be sure you get the Genuine Sen has been visiting her sister near from Bradley for Buckner to get the red Trade Mark and the full titl Any more deaths from on frontZ of Wrapper and on the sldoi Creek Miss Emma Russell left for Stedmanville Mrs W D Hawes mad at that it would never do to the tax for railroads the seal and signature of J II Zeilln A where she let Bradley have chance Eminence last Tuesday a at BuckCo as in the above fee simile Remember there Mr Wash Allen and family of will remain some time visiting her I cant tell what will be the outUnoother genuine Simmons Liver Regulator ner If they did Buckner would come of our troubles in Rowan Shelby county were up last week grandparents Mr and Mrs Leroj live not until the 1st day of August visiting friends and relatives here Wooldridge If Gov Knott was not my personTo Tobin belongs the credit of the al friend I would be disposed to and in Scott county Married At the residence of small Majority that Buckner reMrs G G Thompson and Mr Daniel Powers in this county ceived Without his advice Brad say a few things about his mandaughter Misses Cliffie and Annie August 14 1887 by Rev Mr ley would have beaten Buckner at agement of affairs in regard to OF CINCINNATI OHIO Morehead troubles His veto of of Stedmanville visited friends in Lloyd Mr Geo D Chawdoin least forty thousand WILL BE AT THE the Cow Bill is the only thing that Woodford county this week and Miss Mattie E Bradley If I was still in the Democrajt I remember As a matter of Misses Scott and Logan of Mrs Rosana M Yates who has party and could have my way I course 1 m under no ooiigauons -IN FRANKFORT KY Shelbyville and Miss Long of been in our village and vicinity for would make Tobin and Jett the for the position I hold as peace- Â¬ and maker Georgetown visited Misses Alice several weeks left last Wednesday State Central Committee He did not give me a com- SATURDAY JULY 30 1887 Craddock the keeper of all the old mission of peace maker from any SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1887 and Mamie Wilson last week for Anderson Mercer and Boyle ought to Lost On the streets of Frank counties where she will remain papers thatof 8 per be filed away personal considerations but solely SATURDAY SEPT 24 1887 month and on account of my ability 1 sup- Â¬ at a salary fort a mosaic sleeve button The some time visiting friends and rel hold said offices during their lives pose that when Knotts time is finder will be regarded by return atives There are a number of old patriing the same to Mr Griff StedBLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING of the ots in Frankfort who ought to be out my mission ceases Mr R E Hawkins If the Democratic Central Com Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars man Farmdale neighborhood is bring Â¬ retired irom active life with a pen- Â¬ elven to sunerer or any charltv lie may designate Mr Jack Pryor of Bourbon ing some of the finest watermelons sion for services rendered to mittee can fix up the returns to for any case of Piles I cannot cure by the BKINK of the Electoral ERHOKF SYSTEM county who has been visiting his to this market we have ever seen Kentucky I would be kind the satisfaction NO KNIFE IS USED Board of Commissioners Bradley brother Mr Wm Pryor near enough to name them but here in will be left out NO LIGATURE IS USED l hey are large luiiy ripe ana un Morehead Woodlakc returned home last there is much confus- Â¬ It is thought by many that the LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED usually sweet week ion and the arduous duties imposed Mayor of Frankfort was too hasty NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Charles on me by our good Gov Knott in making arrangements for Buck- Â¬ The supper for the benefit of Held To Answer FISTULA 11V ANO Mt Pleasant Church Tuesday even- Hanley of Peaks Mill was arrest- are such that I forget some things ners inaugural before it was cer Â¬ Is cured ing of last week was a success all ed in this place on Thursday A FEW SUGGESTIONS tain he was elected FISSURES through Mdny thanks for the evening charged with stealing a For the good of all parties and Cured without cutting or tearing Please advise me privately as to liberal patronage He borrowed a horse from especially for my friend John E the health of the Democrat Coun- Â¬ Receipts 551 horse CATARRH Frank Fisher a colored man liv- Miles I confess I was somewhat ty Committee of Franklin if ULCERATION Mr and Mrs R H Wilson Of the bowel cured I there has been any deaths in said gave a delightful entertainment ing near Elmville Franklin county mistaken in Miles make up Dr Kelly has now been visiting this city regu saying he wanted to ride a few always considered him to be a committee Anything in the way larly for nearly three years and the manv cures last Thursday evening week to miles but came on to Georgetown brave honorable upright gentle- of news from home will be thank Â¬ he 1ms made among the wealthy and Influential the young ladies visiting in the citizens are sufllclent evidence of his success It Is now a well established fact that many dis neighborhood A large number and sold the horse to Charles Pugh man But recently my faith has fully received kidney bladder for 13 After disposing of the somewhat weakened L eases of the stomach liver either caused or Hows Craddock John womb and nervous system are of guests were on hand and a very Not that aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU Â¬ horse he started out to have a ood Mr Miles would not tell the truth Scott Rodman and LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER Dehoney enjoyable time was had by all time and was having it when he or that he would misrepresent Mannagin still survive Do they REFERENCES Bridgeport was taken in by Marshal Cole and facts P Hulett Benson Ky Nothing of the kind I I was very sorry to hear of the RevH LMcClure Frankfort Ky A locked up He had an examining was always taught from my in death of my friend W T Read Â¬ Col D L Sublett Erankfort Ky Smrles Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky trial before Police Judge Thos S fancy that it was not a brave act ing Is Mr L Waggener beyond W 1 Hughes Frankfort Ky Glorious times MoKenzle Gaines on Saturday and was held to strike a fallen foe when he was recovery How is friend J B J II KELLEYS Versailles Ky DR ofllce and residence Is at 376 to answer at the approaching term clown Ive reference to the railroad Hamilton Refreshing showers West Seventh street Cincinnati and where he I was told before I may be found every day of each week EXCEPT of Circuit Court Hanley claims tax so far as Bald Knob Benson left the settlement that he had not Wheat about all threshed FBIDAIS AND SATURDAYS he took on a supply of whisky and Flat Creek are concerned The been at home but one day in six that Pamphlets describing these diseases and this Mrs Mary Jenkins is better at Stamping Ground and replen- voters of the above named places weeks He went to his church mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ Atmosphere pure and health ished on reaching Georgetown have repented of their sins long and few recognized him on account dressing and has no recollection of what ago It appears to Zeke Yocum of his long absence from church W I ful KELLEY M D happened afterwards until he that Bro Miles ought to let up a If you see him tell him to attend 376 West Seventh St Oinoinnati 0 All vegetation has taken on new waked up and found himself in That he will be I dont know anything his meetings little CONSULTATION FREE life confinement Geotgctoxvn Times Dec 2G ly about the Campbellite religion elected by a large majority Watermelons and cantaloups From your beloved uncle but us old Baptists Letter from Zeke Yocnm ing to forgive when are always will Â¬ abundant Zeke Yocum our members 1 Co Ky Â¬ confess their faults Morehead Rowan I would sug The chestnuts dry and hot Cooler August 14 1887 J gest that a day be fixed upon smashed to atoms when all the parties may meet For Rent The two story Esquire J B Russell has been Dear Nephew SEMI The court now being held here for the purpose of telling their brick building on the corner of THE TWENTY THIRD begin ANNUAL SES of this school will week quite sick this That all of above parties Broadway and High streets oppois a farce and wont result in any feelings Mr J W Harrod has been to good meet at Tom Keslers near Jack- site The jurors witnesses and the railroad depot Apply Monday Sept 12 1887 Georgetown this week confess to V Kaltenbrun sheriffs are all afraid to do their sonville Kesler included Mrs T M Turner will have charge of the 49 Primary Department Terms per session at Eggs and butter scarcer than duty They all think that Gov their faults and forgive each other twenty weeks Knott will send another peace At the same time invite the Turn- Â¬ For Rent A brick house con Classical Department usual at this season of the year 37 50 commission to see them In case pike Board to meet Mr Kesler taining six rooms Inquire of Intermediate Department 26 00 The Lawrenceburg fair caught a he does not send them they pro shake hands and forgive each other Logan McKfe Primary Department 20 00 number of our populace this week pose to wait until Buckner takes Kesler take his gate from across Jy22m T M TURNER Prin 42tf 432 St Clair street Â¬ Â¬ Forks or Elkliorn Hi LOOK OUT I Â¬ 4s y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P A p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelley CAPITAL HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dudley institute Â¬ Â¬ it i A f f j3fti t c 1 iw-y- jrvflHSr 7y 3 JACOB SWIGERT K V GRAY City Marshal Religious Flux is prevailing to an alarming extent in Bald Knob precinct To the Republicans of the City o Sunday school at 930 oclock m ancj regular service at Frankfort oclock The Capital Hotel is being Successors to F J HugheVUB ornamented with a new coat of rTDe an election at Methodist Church to morrow next year uierc win paint and other improvements for City Marshal Already there On the Road looking to Inauguration Day are several Pemocratic candidates FRAIVKJrOTfcTr KY John H Cassell the traveling Now fellow RepubMaster Albert H McClure jr announced Representing the following Staunch Companies licans let us be warned in time member of the firm of Hudson had the misfortune to lose his and not suffer ourselves to become 30R5J1M Cassell is on the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE Humphries LONDON 15 713840 London pony on Thursday from the cemmitted to any Democratic road with an elegant line of both IMPERIALASSURANCE 12117900 NORTHERN 8U25 740 effects of lock jaw produced by candidate Upon a full free and imported COMMERCIAL UNION 370 8 and American cloths LANCASHIRE fair vote of the city Frankfort is 4853857 Manchester running a nail in his foot PHENIX Brooklyn 491048J Republican beyond a doubt and cassimeres for the fall and IIAimORD 4754342 Hartford CONNECTICUT 1974 750 Hartford for the Main Then why not put ourselves in winter The contractors as he is so AMERICAN Johnnie 1U1S432 Philadelphia M WASHINGTON F 4 Boston 181J7S and St Clair street sewers have position to elect a Republican City familiarly called by hundreds of ORIENT Hartford 1551953 CENTRAL St Louis Marshal 1172793 The candidate will be his friends all over the country AMERICAN BREMKN promised to have their Work done HAMBURO Germany 1VXJM forthcoming at the right time and the streets cleared away by and is an energetic salesman 100205503 Lets wait for him Inauguration Day thoroughly understands his busi Straight Republican Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING June 18 ly ness He will start south to The recent rains have been a Frankfort Aug 18 87 v monowwith all the latest styles blessed relief not only in the Hard Scrabble that are out for tne coming sea- refreshing and reviving vegetation son but in cooling the atmosphere and Dear Roundabout Your correspondent from Antt thus making the days endurable och has sprung a new word upon We are constantly making addiNone nttlos unten Dnnt wate vour monev on n mim or mTlbcr coat Thn FISH HRAND RLICKErt and the nights perfectly splendid the public itanipM with ttia bov Is absolutely vtttr and trimf rubor and y ill keep you dry ii the tinniest storm We have looked tions to our already large assortBARK Ak fnr tfcaFISII HRAND LirKKii nnilo tftVpnnnthi If ntir tirkPMTAr dneJ for sleeping through Worcester and Websters ment of new type and other linvo me run hhahp spwi mrurT runner unniuut v hm rjt mnimmn t iwmnn iin Unabridged and failed to find printers materia land as a conseThe Frankfort Literary Society either bloviate or bloviator held their second meeting at the The learned individual will confer quence are in position to get out Court house on Thursday night a favor if he will define said word the neatest as well as the cheapest last and it was a perfect success and tell the world where he finds work in our line of any office in the Ephraim Smooth Call and see us when you city The large audience room was filled it MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF audito repletion with a delighted Several interesting communica- wish to invest in printers ink Â¬ 1 1 JACOB SWIGERT - CO QENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS Â¬ BC5 f ktigffis TEADE IOC Â¬ SLICKER Â¬ I m Â¬ J M WAKEFIELD FiBA3srEoKrXL - Â¬ Â¬ ence Quite an accident happened to the Clerks on the Steamer Blue nished by Miss Clara Stafford and Mr Sid T Messrs David and Nat Peevler Winer last Saturday j Mr Will Heflher with- Prol Gra- Â¬ and Robt Derling came near be- Douthittt first clerk while out ham presiding at the organ was ing drowned by the upsetting of a rowing his boat was capsized and very much enjoyed by all present canoe in which they were riding he went under but managed to get zkeot-txcds-Dr E McD Gobers essay on out without being very badly in- Â¬ on Tuesday Sleep was a thoughtful well Mr Frank Senior second jured The great Southern Industrial written and exhaustive treatment clerk was so unfortunate as to fall Mayor Sho Id you want a nice Surrey The citizens of the Point of the-- subject and was well Exposition will begin on Aug 27 in a lard case and does not think naturally expect big things of the i SuLV baddle or set of harness It and continue until October 22 received his hair will be pompadoured Board see Mastin Bros 4 3t Capt Sam Gaines essay on will be well worth attending and again soon The correspondent of the Tfee Bcfftala of the Katf Literary Clubs their design and will be if possible far superior to Evening Journal has thought The beginning of disease Is a slight debility Dr W I Kelly of Cincinnati was a master- - last years exhibition legitimate fruits rdisorder ofsomeof the Tltal organs tke Pearline Mer- Â¬ proper to write will pay his usual monthly visit to atomach the liver or the bowels usually We knew the piece in its way chant stands at the head of the Not a single fire has occured in dyspeptic- symptoms the urer i this city on Saturday next and dude list OI1 the Point 1 ackllOyl- - There are the ikin grows twnexndu troublesome Captain was a good writer but did this city in the last year that the healthy looking there are pains in the right not know that he was as thorough great need of a fire alarm telegraph can be found at the Capital Hotel edge the soft impeachment and aide or through the right shoulder blade The would add that it is better to stand climax is often an utter prostration of Mm His system has not been made so Bellepoint caustic and poetic as he is perhaps a at the head of anv thing than at shysical energies met in time fatal issue Bat with Hostetters If the difficulty is essay was charmingly read for him apparent that a blind man even which is Miss Belle Moore of Antioch the foot where he has always Stomach Bittersit should be always effeetiraaa aa a remedy by Mrs Rust who as an elocu- Â¬ though a Councilman could see it visited Misses Owens this week Better be the head of a early stageand will be resorted totoat apÂ¬ stood no reason there injurious subsequent electa prehend those mouse than the tail of a lion tionist possesses unusual power bpou the system often entailed by entirelyÂ¬ Miss Dora Glore was the guest An unusual sight for our streets cured diseases Far better is it also to em Pearl Mrs E F Waide rendered ploy this safe remedial agent in feyer an was witnessed on Thursday morn of the Misses Owens this week thaa Regular grinding day Wednes- - acne and other malarial complaints area Poes Bells in a manner that ing in the presence of a steam aoinue and other potent drugs which rata is confined to day Mr Ed Brawner whan ther do rroTe effectual for Mme Meal ex and Saturday would have done credit to a professtqmsfo and impair the central I road engine It was going his room with intermittent fever changed when not runninc at aw traction sional elocutionist and shows her Co will Sam D Johnson 48 tf Miss Lizzie Glore of Tick Ridge Jewel Mills through town to run a threshing sell you a pair of Silk Mitts for 20 to be possessed of a cultivated and machine out on the Owen pike was the guest of Mr Robt Owens cents entered 50 that refined taste It worked slowly but successfully this week TENNESSEE WAGONS thoroughly into the spirit of the One show cae uud two or three Mrs R S Collins who has outliers for sale Apply to A gentleman was in the city been visiting friends at Bridgeport piece she recited ALL SIZES FOR SALE AT It K McClure 45 The debate on the subject Tuesday who had just returned is home again Tlie wonderful Healingfrom Morehead and gave it as his Should foreign emigration be No use hunching winking or properties of Darbys Proparticipated in by opinion that the trials now in blinking Dr Sullivan R L G pliylactic Fluid in case of BY of Accidents for Burns HaT Corbett Ben G Wil- Â¬ progress there would not amount got the melons Messrs liams W H Julian and John to a hill of beans as the Tolliver A novel way we have over here H us prompt use win mvanaDiy re- Â¬ Hardin Each of these young faction had captured the Court Z of getting a tenant out of a house ALsO AGENT FOB lieve pain promote healing and a men did well and in fact their T Young having gone to Fleming is to take the roof off TPTmQTXTS prevent Ervsipelas Gangrene or of Netherton Miss America speeches were a surprise to most county with the sheriff and suc- Â¬ oiProud jltslK Owing to the is on a visit to her us who did not know that they ceeded in getting his friends sum- Shelbyville of cleansing and purifying qualities All sizes kept in tock aunt Mrs F Netherton of the Fluid the most obstinate could do so well With a little moned as jurors to try the cases Judge Pence has a Lexington Corn Oats Hay Bran and Ship- - TjicerS Hniis Carbuncles and more practice they will all make Stuff always on hand Mr Walter Raymond the young company boring in his yard for Runnjng Sores are rendered pure orators of no mean power The rur-- antj straw for beds or healthy and speedily cured Englishman who has been living gas or water he dont care which nlsheU on short noticepiocins under carpets judges awarded tl e prize to the no other application being neces- Miss Dora Cox has returned Aujr aMf in this city and county for several sarv negative side of the debate 45 im from a protracted visit to friends years was marries recently to a Messrs Corbett and Julian county young lady by the name of Miss at Long Run Jefferson L B MARSHALL Ky Major Stanton our own poet Mitford of Mitford England and One mlo from Krmkfnrt on Owenton turnpike laureate recited Mrs Rosa Vert is A M Payne has opened a fam OITEHS KOR SALE now residing near Asheville- N ily grocery in the room between ner Jeffreys original poem on C 200 RUHFIS VEDITERRANEAN This will no doubt be a sur- the bridges formerly occupied by KIRTLEY HUGHES HYBRID SEED WHEAT written The BlueGrass Belt many of the young people J M Pendleton prise to lyeirlliw lIolsMn Hall especially for this society in a 1 lloWeln Hull Cilf of this city especially the young IX- DEALEUS Hroott Mitre 12 tmrs old Miss Laura Bransom who for manner thatonly a true poet and 1 luvl Work ltor e 12 jeiirs ol ladies with whom Mr Raymond the past month has been recuper 1 nod Yearling hilly one who enters jnto the ideas of 3 Cous was a great favorite for his gal ating with friends at Williamstown Stape and Fancy GrocerieSt Will Milchcows eheall ulvltn milk out not fresh ip sell the writer could do It was a A few irrnle Holsteln tules Irom some of my has returned home Vastly improved lantry and cleverness generally best dairy cows charming poem and was charming A lot of I ood Mack Berkshire Snouts months FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Why dont some of the leading old The Bourbon News says it knows church members organize a ly rendered We regret to know A lot of 3i4 BROADWAY STREET that Mrs Jeffrey is still lying ill at of three manufactories from Ohio There in our town FI1TB 11 C C and Indiana that will start up on are not less than 150 scholars in her home in Lexington 37 S ick White Leghorns SpanishBrown LeahoniB V HI ltis Wlrlce i of chickensWyandotte and Lthe district 160 each or Butt Cochins The grand finale of enjoyment the banks of Stoner near Paris i 5i per pair bull will acld and bull calf are both from will regale earlliiK The was the criticism of the evenings within a year They The Salvation Army my tine Imiorted con Southern Beauty ana are llnelr bred Thos B 1000 to the population -- of that our citizens with one of their productions by Col All goods sold for the lowest If you need anything advertised Ford The Colonel was in his city and all this on account of the unique meetings on next Wednes cash prices aug 13 iyr COME AND SEE ME We oclock day evening at 7 lHdUKtf happiest mood and made many aid voted by Hourbon county to bespeak for them a large audience P railroad Why very good hits and was rapturous- Â¬ the F G FOR SALE OK KENT The new Board of Councilmen cannot Frankfort do still better for ly applauded the town have been sworn in THE HOUSE AND TOT FRONTING ON Tl 1 ceased Kwtnz street It contains Take itall in all the Society may Our natural and artificial water and entered upon their duty souw ruiwiori and the Louisville aTurnolke In- repair Splendid well ot nine rooms all In good water In the yard tcwxl now occupies oy u nun Dr Sam ruen cou nouse siaoie ami carnage no is well be congratulated upon the power is far superior to that of They are a fine set of gentlemen tJtot particulars Inquire ofJOHN B James or terms apply on the premises LINDStY Iror 13 iW7 tr with his honor J W Gaines as Aug Wlux Paris auspiciousoutlook before it The vocal music which was fur insertion - tions were received too late in this issue for Â¬ Aug-i8-- tr - I I Â¬ I LlOWeSt PriCeS R WILLIAMS - - AVER Â¬ I I - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 Sun-day-schcJ- bl Prankfort CHICKENS Â¬ FOR SALE - 9 1 1 mmmtmmmmmmmmmmmm W MMM lw 4v fiWW1 i F F 7 rrr jyTy TW VT V TRf FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Wants Us to Ilitcli On Roundabout a very hopeful view of the takes good things to follow from the of the proposed construction Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Assuming that the road Railroad is bound to pass through or near the Forks of Elkhorn it adds By the time the cars run through theForks there will be a town stretching along the pike from this Yes and the city to the Forks town will continue to stretch through Stamping Ground and on until Frankfort to Georgetown will become a suberb of the Belle Hurry up of the Blue Grass Gcotgctoxvn Times the railroad The Frankfort Eminence will have a double wedding on the first of September 7 Louisville FURNISHED LOUISVILLE Tobacco BY GLOVER Market DURRETT WARE Â¬ TOBACCO HOUSE j E Sales on our market for the week just closed amounted to 2 S64 hhds with receipts of 3070 hhds Sales on for the same period our market since January ist amount to 87465 hhds The market during the week was very active on burl ey tobacco with an advancing tendency in prices Numerous sales were made at iSoo to prices ranging from and a few hhds of extra 2000 quality were sold at figures over The following quotations fairly represent our market for Burley tobacco J H t 2000 - not colory Common Lugs to 950 700 Colory Lugs 0 50 to 1400 Common Leaf not colory 9 50 to 1300 Good Leaf 1300 to 2000 Fine Leaf 20 00 to 3050 500 to 700 Colory Trash 700 to 950 Dark Trash An Ulcer of Twenty five Years Cured Mr Hugh Nelson is one of the old time representatives of blue He is justly proud of his blood ancestors record in the history of our early Revolutionary war But all these ancestral advantages did not exempt Mr kelson from a most painful blood poison that held him a victim for a quarter of Mr Nelson is well a century beloved by his neighbors at Hop kinsville where he resides in a stately mansion overlooking the city and they will be delighted to hear he is finally cured of his pain ful malady HOPKINSVILLE KY Citi- - has gone to Covington to settle down for if he had settled up before he left here he would not HY MR PLEASE EVERYBODY have had money enough to have It is well that G H B tried to keep you and paid his passage your good deeds before the peo- lie concluded to settle down while ple and to have all your entertain a great many would much rather ments published but ye have re he had settled up fused and said away wjth G H Now I feel that you are all B for he speaks too plain conse pleased one time at least If quent v he retired in favor of not I guess I will please you next Pepper Pod and because Pepper week Pod yasnot or did not prove to be a Sugar Pod why you threatened him with death or something worse just because he told the truth on you so Pepper Pod has THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYNOTIFIED THATt from Mrs quit the field and says he will write istratrix bought Wliltesldes Addle Garrett admin deceased hla entire of K no more of your doings as he interest In the does not know how to make a I have come to Furniture wo Undertaking falsehood truth heal up the wounds that he has every true made ask and hearted person to help me in the And have sold one half Interest in my business to effort for I presume they are many S Among the many things he meddled with was the bar rooms And hereafter the stle of the firm will be being kept open on Sundays where the people both small and STATEN DEHONEY great could go and get their old stand will be continued devilish strength renewed and And the businessStaten No 218 St at the street of Whltesldes Clair May 8 tf STATEN JOS T their desires for the Sabbath school He talked and church quenched about our nice young gentlemen C COLLINS and especially lady church mem Â¬ DEALERS IN- bers who are so feeble and delicate that they can not stand the GENERAL heat in church for one hour and just because they happen to go to beer saloons six or eight times every Sunday and get a pitcher of beer and he at home all day about three fourths drunk when he knew and Building Material Paints Oil Glass Lime Cement it was too hot for any He lady to attend church Wagon Makers Material also talked about prostitutes being Blacksmiths and placed on the streets right in front Iron Field Seeds Harness and a fine new of the doors of our sons and daugh- Â¬ line of Wall Paper and Decorations ters straddle of a rock pile half and at very lowest prices Cor naked And he went so far as to Broadway aud Lewis Streets say that a man had no right to FRANKFORT KENTUCKY whip his wife about another Feb- 14 tf Now I want you all to woman come to my assistance ana neip 17 me to fight against vice and immorality ATXOKNH Y AT LAW Say for instance such a thing FRANKFORT KY as going to church every Sunday PRACTICE IN during these hot days and giving WILL Fidnklln Carroll THE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and five or ten cents a day to the In the Federal Court church when we might stay at home and drink twenty five cents worth of beer and talk about every WM CROMWELL thing that we do not know Well as this is my first time I will not Attorney-at-La- w say very much but I hope that you will come to my releif and AND help me to fight against Mr Pep- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Colored aok tliezens P LIGHT B OLAASSBN LIGHT Â¬ Â¬ k CLAASSEN PEACTIOAL Steam Fitters IN- -- Plumbers Gas DEALERS NOTIGR BUSINESS W Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks - Closets Â¬ c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and Contract Work All work Guaranteed No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block Mar 12 -- Frankfort Kentucky DEHONEY IS T BvLcfclesr - STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - - r Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in E BR0 Queensware GlasswareLamp3 AND PI HtMK ITU i Â¬ -- Fancy Goods Of all descriptions nm HARDWARE The STOCS STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ beer-drinkin- g Brass Goods Goal Hods Hviiifl And at prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont for get the place Â¬ JNO - T BUCKLEY St Clair Street pr BOILERS Â¬ F MA JOB -- Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer nnd Denier in STEAM ENGINE Distillery Mih ana Agricultural Machinery During the war I Gentlemen was vaccinated with an impure vaccine virus that poisoned my The impure blood mani- Â¬ blood fested itself frequemtly for 25 years by a virulent ulcer on my Several times by seleft ankle vere treatment I healed the ulcer but it generally took two years But that the poison was yet in my system was shown that on the slightest strain or scratch where the ulcer used to be it immediately Having tried broke out violently the best doctors and all kinds of medicines without getting a permanent cure I determined four years ago this spring to try Swifts Specific Ten small bottles entirely cured me and my leg has been That Swifts well ever since Specific cured me of a blood nnienn nf it rirtrn s thn hirrhpat w - 0 w -- j w praise I can accord it All my neighbors know of my case and many have been benefitted by my experiences but sthere are three now in their graves that I am confident would be living to day had they taken S S S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Feb 24 1887 I yours truly Hugh Nelson kirl Treatise on Blood and Diseases mailed free The Swift Specific Co1 Drawer 3 AtlantaGa memorial services were held in St Johns A M E Church SunService was con- Â¬ day afternoon ducted by P E J F Thomas who chose for his text these He was a good man and words full of the holy ghost Died Cerilda Grant She leaves a husband and one child to mourn her loss Mr Jacob Starks died very suddenly with heart disease Wonder if the City Council Lewis street wouldnt open through to Mero if the people would ask them right pretty and nicely L T Clark likes Burns better than any man in the city especially the Louisville Burns The debate at the Literary SoWhether it ciety on the subject is best to change the Constitution of Kentucky now or three years by Messrs W R from now Todd H Pointer E W Lane and others was C L Johnson very interesting Now dear friends I hope that l 1 ou win lei re VVcr Tl uuau u wiuu ne sajd g for what it is worth You us walk the line and need not dodge him now for he I hope to stay until we is gone through our summer resorts get We must begin to get ready to go to work on the new railroad Rev J F Thomas made and left a great impression on the community Mr James Johnson- - thtffcarber Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 per Pods doctrine Bishop James A Shorters Heal Estate Agent PRACTICE DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to Agent for WILL June will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Office opposite 25 IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties and ly JAS A VIOLETT JAS ANDREW SCOTT Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky CSSBND FOR PRICE LIST J1JLS EETEfcTE ZBOinLjiEiEe TroieKis CAPITAL USTID ana SCOTT VIOLETT H G MATTERNS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY ITTILL PRACTICE IN ALL T1IE COURTS IN W Frunklln and adjacent counties OFFICE Up stairs In the Duvull Building Jan 22 tf DR J OFFICE S COLLINS ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide or luughlng gus DENTIST MAIN STREET PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- AND ALSO- - L F COMPTON W C MACKXIN FEOTOGBAFBS Of COMPTON MACKLI1T all Sizes at Seduced Price VS tfi lKOIBJKTOnS Elkhorn Roller Mills -- HAVE R ROGERS niDwiTHDr I w - Street waircviii r JSmfL f a TxzTrmmmrz TJIK FULL- - ROLXEB SYSTEM -- AND MANUFAClimE- - Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the World Onlce warerootn Broadwuy otfp Capitol Square Ulllll I UIILf s w w w w v w v m l 1 Choic Coal COFFINS Cornice C Cheap Poles and Window Fistures I 0 0 F 6 KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED A LL family use Trices Delivery Full for Prompt Weight Bottom A SPECIALTY 227 MAIN oTRKET AU Telephone connection No 36 MEETS EVERY MON CAPITAL LODGENObrothers cordially I nl tod Visiting J April R WlLUAJU W tf Se JAS MURRAY N G JtRANWORT KY conxtuutljr ta stotfc CEO Dece f S MACHLI1T the l iteti atyie t uruituro FRANKFORT KY jjr t- - iiittfili fei J jjjjjj B miTrT J VAJ