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Digital page images are linked to the text file. te h The Frankfort Roundabout 0 EORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY AUGUST 27 1887 Number 50 j f THE FIRST OF THE SEASON l wc JUST RECEITED BY HUDSON i HUMPHRIES - CASSELL v r-1 Come Early and Make Your Selection Communicated Harp Kv Aug 4 1887 IV M Editor Roundabout In concluding our reply to Mr Miles letter of the 25 ult we wish to stale that our only motive is to correct the impression made by the misrepresentations and the erroneous conclusions of that gentleman These misrepresentations and errors are calculated to mislead the citizens of our country who are unacquainted with the county finances and affairs as well as those who are unacquainted with the county and her people but who are readers of the Rounda Â¬ us Mr Miles misrepresents vilifies us lets crop out the covert malice he has for us and says that we must not get offended as no offense was intended He says he has the right to speak out in school because he is more than the average tax payer Why has he that right more than the man who pays tax upon ten dollars worth of property Is he any better mentally Does he physically morally occupy any more space Does he help improve the social conditions of the people more than the other Thank God we have one glorious law in America that does not allow one man to pay more tax than another If I pay tax on ten dollars the State protects my right to it If Mr Miles pays tax on one hundred thousand dollars the State protects him in his right to hold and enjoy it I claim my Mr Miles says money has not been properly How came it his money handled He paid it to the State and coun- Â¬ ty does it not belong to them In an ordinary business transaction bout where Mr Miles pays a debt does he claim the right to say mj money after it has passed into Is it not the hands of his creditor an unjustifiable assumption on the part of Mr Miles to claim the right to speak out in school to the exclusion of others in this matter We claim that he does not know how it should be handled so as to inure to the best interests of the people and should not arrogate to himself rights that do Mr Miles not belong to him pays but poor tribute to the mag- Â¬ istrates of his section when he says they so catered to Bald Knob as to make undue appropriations to aid that precinct Bald Knob and Benson did not elect or select the magistrates of other portions of the county There was no reason why the magistrates in the other portions to of the county should cater the influences of either Bald Knob or Benson It is not true that they did so The only reason Mr Miles gives for the assertion is that they the magistrates gave 16 605 16 to the three precincts of Bald Knob Benson and Fiat Creek This is not true for Peaks Mill and Bridgeport each gets a por- Â¬ tion of the appropriations Suppose it to be true Mr M says this has been done for twenty years past and of course twenty times that amount which is three hundred and thirty two thousand one hundred and three dollars and Now there is not twenty cents one tenth of this amount in im Â¬ provement in all this section What has become of the money These Mr Miles is mistaken appropriations were never made From a careful reading of his letter one would suppose his own section had never been aided from I was not catered to and nobody sides favor We have to say in this connecgrumbled nor will grumble But all this was done before Bald tion that the proposition of the Knob received one cent in appro railroad submitted to the people Â¬ that one year has not elapsed since like the words he gives it was beit was in condition to be connect- - cause he was where he did not beed by one and a half miles of pike long All his talk of the formation of What we have written is for a new county out here is a hallu- the purpose of showing that we cination of his own mind as noth are not so wholly dead to sensibiling is thought or said about it ity as not to kick and squirm here except in a jocular way when we are villificd and abused It is not true that the people of without cause Hollow and several smaller ones Bald Knob or Flat Creek refused Wo extenuate in nothing making an aggregate larger than to hear the speakers sent out to Nor set down aught in malice discuss the railroad proposition the one of which he complains J C Wilson We do not mention these to No one received a more careful or make an invidious comparison but attentive hearing than Mr Chinn simply to show that his memory or Mr Cromwell The American Magazine for is short in reference to things at The only trouble about the September is on our table It is whole matter is that Bald Knob full home of interesting and valuable These improvements were need- and Flat Creek were the only prereading matter It is one of our ed the appropriations were made cincts in the whole county where the political power of Bald Knob the question was argued on both livest new candidates for public the public treasury Upon exam ining the county records we find that the City of Frankfort had an appropriation of 3300 in the wooden bridge 11500 in the iron bridge across Benson 2000 for a road running up the hill from town an appropriation for iron bridge at mouth of the Devil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ priations His indecent and unnecessay fling about the pauper condition of these precincts is so intensely absurd so unworthy the mind that conceived it the hand that wrote it that we pass it by in silence Mr Miles has but a poor mem Â¬ ory or has drawn so largely on Joe Mulhattan for facts that he but excites the ridicule of his readers About two months ago he in company with Hon Wm Lind say and R K McClure paid a visit to Klmville in the eastern end of the county Mr M was so surprised to see the country out there so much im proved that he gave vent to his en Â¬ thusiasm in the Roundauout and urged that one and one half miles of pike be completed so as to con- Â¬ nect Elmville with Frankfort In the letter of the 23d ofJuly he says he has been urging this proposi- Â¬ tion for forty years forgetting Â¬ Â¬ was susceptible to just and adverse criticism and if these criticisms could have reached the people tvhey would not have given as large a vote as they did in its favor Mr Miles says we called the people of Frankfort liars thieves and robbers He cannot name a single gentleman that made of such epithets The hardest and most vindictive words used by any one in the canvas came from the gentlemans own lips There are in Frankfort as in every other city a lot of beer guzzlers bar room loafers and curbstone pol iticians who believe it to be their duty to insult every man from the country who did not concur in their views Some of these may have had applied to them the words quoted No others heard it We discussed the matter with several gentlemen from Frankfort and heard not a vile word If Mr M in that wordy affray on St Clair street heard any thing LECOFnPTE CARPENTER SOUTH FRANKFORT KY DRUGGISTS AND ie PHARMACEUTISTS A GKNKKAL ASSOUrMKNT OK Â¬ Â¬ DRUGS MEDI0INE3 OHEMIOALS PEIIFU3IERY FANCY TOILET ARTICLES PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded purpose Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal Patent Medicines jjxg rdjiUUiltt 4ta4 tgtifittKfjjj 1r1n -- a Misses Chenault and Bennett of Rich- Â¬ mond Misses Chenault and Fox of Mt Mrs II L Watkins is visiting friends in Sterling and Mrs Roberts and son M F Lexington Roberts of Philadelphia are visiting at Mrs Lydia Unrdie is visiting friends in Judge Holts Louisville Miss Sailie Smith and little brother Mas Â¬ Hon David Pryse of Irvine was in the ter DeWitt who have been spending the city on Saturday summer in Oldham county returned to this Mr Mont Parker returned Monday from city Wednesday afternoon and left that a visit to Maysville evening on the Steamer Hibernia for Pols Miss Mary Kttie Smith left Thursday for grove to visit relatives a visit to Louisville Misses Katie and Anna Baker of Lex V O Crockett of Versailles was ington are visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis nnd Prof Personals Flat Creek Our bad boy fell 20 feet from a tree to day with a thudunhurt Mai Tracv has opened with 60 pupils one of the brightest practical business schools in the NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft might win By fearing to attempt Wo often hoar tho lamentations of those who visited St Paul six years ago and failed to invest because they thought it would not grow much more Bat stronger still will be the vain regrets of those who have a little money now and fail to invest it here because they have been so unfortunate as not to see St Paul Tho country is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in lnte years and what a future it has before it There is no city in tho Union with its size business and future prospects where property is near as cheap The following comparative statement of real estate values obtained from lead ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself Population M State Â¬ a f Master Willie Waits tlte hand some young gentleman of Flag Fork is soliciting subscribers for the Roundabout Miss Belle Gilmer in the city on Monday The two lovely young lady who daughters of Mr Miss Laura Jacobs of Louisville John Harrod Judge H Clay McKce of Mt Sterling in the city re- Â¬ deserve special mention has been visiting friends in this was in the city yesterday accom Roundabout for queenly deportMr Nick Howard has gone on a visit to turned home Wednesday afternoon panied by Miss Hallie Rodgers who will ment and profound application to Ohio his old home at Dayton remain several weeks advanced studies in the class- Â¬ Mrs Geo R Macklin returned Saturday Miss Birdie Haley and little Lucille To room from a trip to Old Point Comfort bin have returned home after a very pleas The shooting and cutting exer Rev T J Stevenson of Georgetown ant visit of several weeks to relatives and cise at the late social picnic at Monday made us a pleasant call on friends in Lexingto n Sandriffle was not engaged in by Col Thos G Stuait the Winchester Mrs Loulie Hlackwell ol couisvuie the local citizens but by a band of boomer was in the city on Saturday spent several days with Mr Walter Pearce notorious gamblers from Six Mile J L Sliced lwj U S Gauger in the 5th and wife in this city the first of the week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ District was in the city on Monday Mr Stephen Hlack returned Tuesday af ternoon from n trip to Boston Mass Mr T P Grasty jr of the Arkansas Traveler was in the city on Monday Miss Kittie Pearce returned Monday from a visit to her sister in Louisville Miss Nellie Hogarty ol Lexington is spending a week with relatives in the city Â¬ Hawthorne Hill Ksq editor of the Maysville Republican was in the city Wed nesday Â¬ have reason to believe the new line would carry them to eternity through the agencies of Bro Miles and dynamite Capt James Harp the Sand N J Sawyier J D Ziegler riffle bard has entered into a treaty has S McWilliams Miss Km in a Klare of Lexineton Messrs T of leen visiting Mrs J Weitzel jr this week Ed Bull and Henrv Ciwik spent Wednes with the enemy not to sing any his satirical poems unless com attending the Fair Miss Mollie Geoghegan of Cincinnati day in Sbelbyville so which Mr T S McWilliams who has been pelled by force to do is visiting relatives and friends in this city invariably occurs at all hours His in Bellepoint lefi Capt Thos G Poore left Monday morn visiting Mr J D Ziegler for the present Wednesday evening for his home in Mt poems will not ing for 1 visit to his brother in Green coun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Nick S Howard returned Wednes day from a visit to his old home in Dayton Ohio Mrs Hawthorne Hill of Maysville is in the city visiting her parents Dr and Mrs in Henry county The wise citizens of Flat Creek will decline a special invitation to They ride on the new railroad Chicago Buffalo Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Mimrennolis St Paul Kansas City Indiannpolis Omaha Toledo Duluth 750000 240000 227000 165000 155000 140000 Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Residence Business Pronertv Acreacenerncre 0000 3000 3G00 700 3r0 BOO 1600 2000 2000 200 300 300 140000 105000 90000 78000 50000 20000 1200 3500 800 300 300 150 150 2000 5000 300 7000 2000 1500 3000 3000 3500 1200 1100 1000 100 100 5000 1000 1500 ty Col J no O Hodges of Lexington was in the city on Saturday on his way to St Louis Mr McKeivie Todd has been visiting friends in Sbelbyville this week and attend ing the fair Mrs S J Pohannan after long confine Â¬ ment to the house is now visiting friends in Scott county Messrs L F Johnson Cha Cardwell and Wm Minor returned Saturday from Sterling appear in print The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ tre to centre have only about live miles of a partly vacant space between them and have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly nearer 150000 eaoh and the tide of immigration is pouring in faster than ever Considerably more than one third of the immigration of this country finds a home in tho territory immediately tributary to l1 M1 J schools here with surprising avid ity An edict from your State cap ital should at once put the Colonel under arrest and suppress his iting relatives Mistreasonable satires on our demo- Â¬ Mrs Bettie Beddo of Kansas City souri is visiting her sister Mrs M F cratic institutions Gaines in Bellepoint While Bro Nicholas Moore was Cumberland Gap Rodman of Hopkinsville is offerinrr nraver last nierht at a Dr James meet- Â¬ Herkele of Garrard county visiting relatives in this city Hon Win dense and penitential prayer was in the city on Saturday on business ing an old brown dog named A new inportation of dress gingofficials with the Slate Nat the faithful companion of 50 hams at A Harris Miss Nettie A Hughes returned Monday Mr John Richardson bawled out m Lord from a visit to her sister Mrs Sailie Jack in almost human words GOOD NEWS PROM EIOHMONi son in Bullitt county Nat was sacriligiously grant it expelled from the meeting with Mr II Pope Hawkins and wife of The Minstrels Last Night in his eyes Miss are visiting his father Greenville The Thentre was literally packed nnd tears Â¬ Â¬ Mr Geo L Payne has returned from a visit to New York Mrs Riy Byrum of Louisville who has been visiting relatives in this city returned home Thursday afternoon Mr J II Culter and wife of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday in this city vis Col Thomas B Fords satirical gem on the common school fund is being received in the public ST PAULS EM on DE Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it Â¬ The Third Railroad Centre in the United States The completion this year of the Minneapolis bnult Ste Marie nnd Atlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will put it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast Â¬ pt itie lean of navigation tie Mississippi B- - and family in this county Prof John R Procter and Mr E P Bryan left Monday afternoon for a trip to Big Stone Gap Virginia Congressman A B Montgomery was in the city Friday night and Saturday the guest of Governor Knott Mr Phil Selbert and son Mr John Sel bert have returned rom a two weeks stay at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Susie Conway who has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Lorey in Kan sas City Mo has returned home Miss Lizzie Mayhall who has been visit Â¬ jammed from pit to dome last night with nn audience assembled to witness the first nights performance of Wilson Rankins Minstrels The entertninment notwithstanding was nlso the hent which prevailed thoroughly enjoyed The jokes were new the songs well sung the dnncing very good indeed and everything a refreshing departure from the old hackneyed style of minstrelsy The closing performance will be given to night and no doubt equally as lnrge and enthusiastic an audience will bo Whig August 24 Richmond present 1SS7 Antiocli Everything lovely Farmers all wearing a broad smile If you want the news read the And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can laugh at the terrors of the Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is tilling up more and more and new railroads are springing into existence with wonderful rapidity making still larger fields for its already immense wholesale trade Its great manufactures are daily increasing and it is rapidly becoming the centre of the STOCK YflBD Roundabout At the Opera House Wednesday 31st Aug iV f ing her giandfather in this city returned to her home in Louisville on Saturday accompanied by Miss Kmnu Payne Mr John WiUon and wife of Lexington spent several days last week in this city the guests of Mr IL L Watkins and wife South Side Mr R Sunms Allen and wife have re turned to their former home at the Kentucky Military Institute having been dis gusted with Rich Hill Missouri where they went several weeks ago with a view to locating Mr James A Hodgesof Louisville was in the city on Monday and brightened our sanctum by his cheery smile for a short while Dr R S Hambldon of Bufialo n Y who has been vUitingfncnds in this county for several days returned home on Tiies- day morning Mrs MS Iatteson and daughter MU Alice of Springfield Ills have been visit- ing relatives in thU city and county this Â¬ Â¬ Tust received a line of Jail dress goods and notions at A Harris A Harris the leader of fancy and staple dry goods and imported millinery 5 Well didnt J D M go Miles in the last Roundabout Prof R S Dinkle of Frank- Â¬ fort paid us a visit last Monday The Prof is as handsome and lively as ever Miss Blanche Penn of Harvie land who has been sick for the past three weeks is now able to be out again Capt J M Brooks of Harvie land says he has long had a de- sire to run a locomotive but will There are more millionaires here than in any city of twice its size on the Continent All the causes thut have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city for 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 P PACKING IfflSWS WILL SOON BE ONE IMMENSE CITY By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Panl 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 bus been to visit tho city and in a measure become acquainted with her institutions We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have either been sold out at a large profit in some cases Â¬ with two black spots on his back short broad head and long yellow Finder will please return to fascinating young ladies who has ears value Willie Green Fleetwood Farm been visiting friends on Benson Or have largely advanced infrom here is sure to net the owner returned and be rewarded the past two weeks home Sunday last 25 TO 100 We still have on hand a well Sullivan and Major Thos Dr assorted stock of white goods at Hale both of the city of Belleyour price Ull ana bee tor point were in this vicinity Sun ROBT B FRANKLIN yourself at A Hams Come again boys when dav Â¬ Lost A blue speckled hound ta7ljB mm per cent Per fin ODIN G CLAY An investment made with moderate judgment PER CENT PER ANNUM j I week Miss Hallie llemdon who has been so- joining in Euiope for the past two years returned to thU city on Saturday Miss Loula McK Hughe left Monday afternoon lor Lexington to join Mr and Mrs J S McKendrick for a trip to Niagara 1alls and other points in the Eait Major L M Drye o Lebanon was iu the city on Wednes lay on buMness con j j nccted with the Hxecutive Department Capt Jno W Taul City Marshal of Mt Sterling was in tlte city on yesterday on business with the Governor The True MctllOCl The tobacco crop in this section Of curing habitual constipation is beginning to take another start and liver and kidney ills is to in the way of growing the recent avoid the use of the bitter drastic rains having put new life in both liver medicines and cathartics and plant and grower to take only the pleasant liquid Mr J M Booker of Jackson It fruit remedy Syrup of Figs and Mr Wm Caldwell Tenn cleanses as well as strengthens the and wife of Atlanta Georgia system and does not leave the bowels costive SO that regular are the guests of Mr Hiram Penn habits may be formed and the Harvieland this week invalid permanently restored to Bro Phil Semones we are health It acts promptly and glad to say is able to be out effectively it is easily taken and again He now says he will not l4or sale in go south as he has an Ida that pertectly Harmless 50 cents and gioo bottles by Bellepoint is just as healthy a Gayle Chapman 48 1 m place as there is on the globe Cash is not so hoarse GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS GLOBE BUILDING ST- - PiLTJL 2viaST2TBSOI1 A REFERENCES BY PERMISSION National Bank of Virginia Farmers Bank of Kentucky State Bank of Virginia Deposit Bank of Frankfort Planters National Bank Branch Bank of Kentucky Richmond Va Frankfort Ky The Bank of Minnesota St Paul Minn may28 iy T VJf r5T jpww w A WfW1 N I HMipp IWiWjl j WTlf 4 WW WMl UH 1 3 Abc ill minded Individ uals Â¬ greater good for the citizens must Â¬ Cabbage crop good point yesterday at 320 oclock Sweet potatoes medium and the building was entirely com- Turnip prospect gloomy sumed The furniture was removed in a damaged condition By the Beans have entirely played out use of buckets and a force pump An average crop of corn ii this in the Chamnion Saw mill the vicinitv office and lumber of the mill was j Tjle Bridgeport school will corn saved By a similar use of a pump mence Monday in Sheriff Gaines yard his house Rccular services at Bridirenort was saved Loss about 4500 Christian Church to morrow at 11 oclock-- a m fully insured Several persons of this vicinity On Tuesday morning last a litattended the Franklin Baptist tle negro boy ten years of age by Association at Pleasant Ridge last Superior Court in carriages under the the name of Foster who lives Tuesday and Wednesday ocort of the Committee of Invitation About four years ago Harry with Mr Butler Branch near this Quite a nnmber of ltdics and Third Division under Maj V Chap and several other negroes man James city was sent to the pasture to gentlemen of this town and vicinity Assistant Marshal broke into several stores in drive up some horses being gone took in the Shelbyville fair this Band off a Lawrenceburg and carried Societies about an hour and a half and week They were Visiting 1uu11icipil officials and citizens longer than was necessary search large lot of goods Miss Bernice Jenkins and her traced to this city and James and in carriages under the escort of the City was made for him when he was little brothers Hewett and Will Council one other were captured on the found lying near the road with his and little sister Maggie leave for Frankfort Fire Department their home in Louisville to day corner of Ann and Broadway by The military will be formed on St forehead crushed in and was in Â¬ after a visit of two months in this City Marshal Stephens then a Clair street with its riht resting on sensible D U V Williams vicinity Broadwav street member of the Police force and t will lie formed on Dr Flora 15 Williams and Dr Mr J S Roberts of Shelby The Second Division were taken to Lawrenceburg Broadway street in front of the Capital W H Phythian wore called in and countv was in our village last but succeeded in breaking jail Square and north of tlie railroad track trepanned the skidl raising and Tuesday night before trial They then went to with its left resting on St Clair street removing the bone from its pres Messr F Scofield B K Wade Harrodsburg and robbed several The Third Division will be formed on sure on the brain The little fel- and S A Parrcnt of Ripyville stores were arrested tried and sent Broadway street with its right resting on low recovered consciousness and visited loved ones in this burg the St Clair street and north of the railroad A short time to the penitentiary stated that four bovs two large frst of the week track Miss Ella McKee of Alton has together with six The Assistant Marshal in charge of the and two small had attacked him The annual wheat show took afterwards been the guest of Miss Alma Scoplace at the office of Col John F others they were placed in charge First Division f will see that a sufficient and as he ran away called to field during the past week Davis Commissioner of Agricul- of a guard by the name of Ball number of carriages for the Governor elect him that they would kill him if and Committee of Escort are placed in Mr Will Gran Hawkins of ture on Thursday last The fol- Â¬ and sent to Rockcastle county to front of the ladies entrance to the Capital he did not stop When he turnChristiansbur- - has been visiting Arriving Hotel for their use and to be taken up in ed round one of them struck him lowing persons were appointed work on the railroad relatives in thib section during the judges to inspect classify and at the station and finding no con- the procession as it passes that point on the head with a rock thrown past two or three weeks Tne Assistant Marshal in charge of the from a sling award the premiums for the differ- Â¬ veyance to meet him Ball started That is the last he Oscar Roberts has been very Second Division and the Committee of Ar with the prisoners handcuffed in Â¬ remembered ent kinds of wheat exhibited acHe says he would much indisposed during the past rangements will see that a proper carriage cording to the Commissioners pub- Â¬ twos to walk to the camp distant is reserved in his division to take up the not know the boys if he saw them week or two Going through Governor and Minister of the Day when the Others saw some boys pass about lished notice John E Miles L about eight miles Our duties as Bridgeport corresthe mountains James complained procession shall pass the Governors that time but cannot identify pondent for the Roundabout F Compton G C Shaw and W cease with this issue for a time to Ball that the handcuff was hurt- MansionAssistanl Marshals will form their them T Gaines The The great danger to the boy is at least Hoping some one more Red Wheat Premiums 15 and ing his wrist Fearing no danger respective divisions at the points indicated better qualified may the guard unlocked it and allowed by iJj4oclock a in and have them inflammation of the brain and it worthy and we 10 M D Averill first premium succeed us mke our bow It i Franklin county T J Tichenor mm iinu nis iiiulc iu wane aiung rauy to take up iluliueuf iiiari as fol will not be known whether he will Watching qis lows Franklin county second premium without the cuffs recover for several days yet Bellepoiut a m be indicated by At II upon the firing oclock cannon to James sprang Dr Flora B Williams visits White Wheat Premiums 15 opportunity of the at the Arsenal the The Salvation Army stormed and Sio Thos W Clark Clay the guard disarmed and murdered First Division will wheel into column of him in the morning and Dr U our little village Wednesday even He then platoons right in front and march into and V Williams in the afternoon of village Shelby county first pre- him with his own gun ing The chapel could not hold mium S D McKee Franklin released the other prisoners and east on Broadway street As soon as the each day The army seemed the people Second Division is by He was at it will fall into theuncovered the the First made his escape county second premium It is hoped the perpetrators deeply in earnest and every body rear of Firt Di Longberry Wheat Premiums large for a year but finally turned vision and be followed by the Third The will be discovered and punished was well pleased It is hoped that was recog line of march will be east on Broadway to they will visit us say at least one 10 James M Smith up at Lawrenceburg 15 and We are requested to announce evening each week S street north on Hsn street ultl1 the Kirksvillej Madison county first nized and arrested by Mr Ev N railroad will sell center 01 the military is opposite tlie Iront that the L Mrs Bettie Beddow of Kansas premium W P Mahon Wilmore White who now drives the Law of Governors Mansion where it will halt round trip tickets to this city to City is visiting her sister Mrs second pre- Â¬ renceburg stage and returned to wheel into line and receive the Governor Jessamine county Gaineson Kentucky the Penitentiary to serve out his with a salute after which the march will persons wishing to be present at Keeling mium Avenue time His term expired on Wed- be resumed north on High street to Mero the inauguration of Gov Buckner Tlie Fire Alarm low rate of four cents per Mrs Mattie Glore of Louisnesday and Thursday he was street west on Mero street to Ann street at the ville visited the family of Mr T south on Ann street until the right of the The time has come when the taken to Lincoln county by Dep- military reaches Main street where it will mile This makes the straight C Hall this week voice of the people and the pro- uty Sheriffs Noel and Howard halt wheel into line and receive the rate only two cents per mile in Mrs Kate Fhackleford and chiltection of their property should be Gaines to stand his trial for the Governor elect and escort with a salute place of three the regular price dren of Winchester were the after which the march will be resumed Tickets will be sold commencing of paramount interest with the murder of Ball guests of the family of Robert Main street to St Clair west All the people City Council For a year or more James has on StonClair street to Wapping street south for the evening train on the 29th Owens on Thursdayj street west who ovn homes or business houses either been crazy or has been on Wapping street to Wilkinson street good returning until the 31st Mrs Wm Lewis nee Miss m in the city are directly interested feigning lunacy in hopes of escap- north on Wilkinson street to Main street Mrs James Thompson young Martha Capeless has returned His crime was east on Main street to Washington street est daughter of Officer Henry from Kansas where she went some in a Fire Alarm ing the gallows Washington street to Broadway four months ago to reside per- Â¬ Sewerage is well enough in its a most brutal one and he richly north on Brown of this city died at her fectly satisfied with her old Ken Â¬ street east on Broadway street to the and- - it sounds grandly deserves a hempen necktie which Capital Square where the procession will home in Lexington Wednesday place tucky home enough to have it said the City he will certainly get unless the in be disbanded afternoon after a lingering illness Miss Ida Cox is on a visit to Mr In moving into Broadway street from of typhoid fever Council can borrow thousands of sanity dodge saves him Wilton Pearce and family at Har- Washington street the military will march vieland dollars from the banks to pay for The Franklin Association of the on the south side of the railroad track and Frankfort Aug 26 1S87 for other ex- Â¬ draining cellars and Mrs Judge Pence visited the Baptist Church held one of the the balance of the procession on the north Editor Roundabout family of Dr E H Black of When its center side of the railroad track penditures But it were better to I have been much amused in most enjoyable and successful reaches the entrance to the Capital Grounds postpone sewerage that costs ten reading the communication in your Stamping Ground this week meetings it has ever held on Tues the military will halt wheel into line and last issued signed Tax payer dollars to a fire alarm that costs Mrs Sallie Scott of Louisville day and Wednesday of this week salute the Governor and Governor elect as He says The time for collecting visited her sister Mrs Robert one dollar proportionately was held with the Pleasant they leave the procession The Committee the public revenue on Sept 1st Owens this week A very slight majority in the It of Reception will at the entrance to the Ridge Church in this county and Capital Grounds receive the Governor and is most inopportune and goes on Council prevents the establishment But didnt that fel- Â¬ Whoopee was attended by four or five Governor elect and the Committee of Es to show why it is hard on the low from Harp go for old Zekc of a fire alarm It is denied more farmer to pay taxes in September thousand people All who were cort and conduct them to the stand where Is he so ignorant as to believe Yocum in the last Roundabout on the ground of a sentiment than un present went away with glad will be had the Inaugural Ceremonies Ar that because the assessment is Thats right give it to him anything else Having taken a der the direction of the Committee of Lay on McDnff and praising the hospitality rangements made as of the 15th not of the And U Y LINDSKY far above hearts damned be he who fust cries hold high exalted position 1st of September that taxes must of the the people of the Pleasant enough Chief Marshal the reach of the public voice and Does he be then and there paid neighborhood Col Thos Ridge F P Lewis attended the Asso- Â¬ the public interests perhaps it may not know that the taxes do not Rodman was re elected Moderator ciation at Pleasant Ridge this week There will be a meeting of the become due until February and be termed a surrender lor any and Mr R J Shannon Clerk members of the Frankfort Lite that they may be paid any time and fared sumptuously each day Councilman to listen to and obey The next meeting will be held with rary Society held on Thursday between that and December Mr Noah Moore of Woodford the public will The trouble with Tax payer is county is on a visit to friends in Henry the church at Union We do not look at the matter evening September isc at t not that taxes must be paid in town after thethird in the law office of September but that they have to is no place county on Tuesday oclock light in that There Misses Nellie and Daisy Cox Saturday in August 1888 Messrs Major Johnson for the be paid at all for sentiment and irritable antagoand Maggie Allen are visiting A True Tax payer nism in legislation for the public Dr W I Kelly will be at the purpose of electing officers All Adele and Mamie daughters of members of the Society are re- Â¬ good The Councilman who gives Capital Hotel to day Let his New goods new styles and low J W Gaines this week Pearl quested to attend up his own preference to secere a patients bear it in mind prices at A Harris 50 A man who had just been par doned out of the Penitentiary got on the 200 p m train Thursday and left his ticket lying in one of the windows of the depot It was picked up by a party on the platform and after having a little fun in seeing him go through all his pockets with both hands it was restored to him He then gener Â¬ ously offered the finder two nickels for his trouble As the tnvn pulled out a wild eyed youth who had been wan Â¬ dering about the depot suddenly remembered that he wanted to go on that train and charged through the crowd waving his arms wildly over his head dashed into the waiting room tore around like mad for a second and then re appeared with a large sized grip- Â¬ sack in tin hand and a bundle in the other The grip was thrown on the platform of the rear car and with the assistance of Officer Larkin he finally succeeded in get- Â¬ ting on much to the amusement of the crowd who had witnessed his antics Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ command a public regard and slip port that will count in the future ounnu ok ruocEs ioN Now is the time for the people Detachment of City Police to move in this matter Let there Band be an united strong and earnest Chief Marshal Fiist Division under Capt E H Tayeffort for a fire alarm and we do lor Assistant Marshal not believe a majority of the CounKentucky State Guards in column of cil will be found hostile to the platoons public will After the Governor elect is taken into the us cry a halt to expenditures procession it will form his escort Let Second Division under Judge W II for for segments of the show Sneed Assistant Marshal people and for favoritism until the Governor Secretary of Slate and other universal general absolute and Slate officials in carriages in charge of the vital interests of the people of Committee of Arrangements The Judges of the Court of Appeals and Frankfort are secured Â¬ Programme of tlie Inaugu ral Ceremonies Tues day August 30 18S7 Â¬ A fire broke out in the residence of Mr Henry Polsgrove in Belle- - Bridgeport r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 A 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r A ft r v There has been an unusual Divers began work on Monday amount of activity in revenue cirrepairing the break in the 14 inch cles of late Gaugers have been water main in the bottom of the transferred from Louisville to Chicago from Cincinnati to Coving river ton and Lexington from Peoria to FOR SALE BY The Arkansas City Democrat is Louisville and so on through the after the scalp of our Tom Mar list It looks as thpugh some LeCompte cum who is now a big medicine body was smelling a mouse in the SOUTH SIDE man among the Indians in Kansas juI33 lr Â¬ Â¬ ceived of smash ups and break- Â¬ downs of vehicles upon our streets The only wonder to us is that there are not more of such accidents Ladies and small boys drive about and often try to outrun the locomotives on the railroad The very gentlest of horses will run at times and it is never safe in our judgment for ladies to by drive about unaccompanied gentlemen The man of old has well said a horse is a vain thing to rely upon and it is as true to day as it was then Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Frankfort Base Ball Club The following are the names of Entered Bt the post office at Frankfort Kentucky went down to Bagdad Saturday the Scott county magistrates and as second class mailable matter morning and played a game with the way they voted on the propothe club from Sweet Home Henry sition to subscribe 100000 to the WEEKLY BULLETIN GBORGE A LEWIS county defeating them by a score P G F R R viz EcLLtoe and aPtabllslier of 6 to 3 When our boys got off For submission J C Lemon FRANKFORT AUGUST 27 1887 the train at Bagdad the people J W Bradley W B Galloway there laughed at them and said John C Glass H F Richardson We have an unusually nice line and prices reduced from 3 to 4 per dozen We show choice styles and seasonable The P G F Railroad the Sweet Home boys would eat Chas Murphy Pash Wood J C The magistrates of Scott county them up An admirer of the Griffith and C J Graves 9 Homes had made G Against submission W met according to adjournment on pitcher of Sweet would make a home Finley Ed Ward E T Burgess A job lot 2 per dozen seamless and a bargain Saturday last and after the peti- a bet that he run the first time he came to the Douglass Moore T B Hiles J tion of the President of the P G bat but as Nelson was informed A Hamon W H McCabe F R R had been duly presentthat such a wager had been made Joshua Marshall and Peter Feeny ed and considered proceeded to Just half price 1 for 50 cents 9vote on the question of submit- he caused the stalwart Sweet County Judge Geo V Payne ting the proposed subscription of Homer to fan the wind every time he came to the bat gave the deciding vote in favor of 100000 to the people of the The Frankforts went on to the proposition county The vote stood nine Job lot 62 12 cents worth Pleasureville in the afternoon and Much to the surprise of the magistrates in favor of the proposition and nine against it Judge played a game with the club at people the magistrates of Newtown G V Payne the County Judge that place also defeating them magisterial district went against G H MASTIN In the proposition as well as against J C MASTIN was then called upon to cast the the score standing 23 to 11 deciding vote which he did in both games Messrs Nelson and the overwhelming sentiment of the battery for the the people of that district favor of the proposition thus Hudson did splendid work DKALEttS IN- We regret to learn that the firm giving a majority for submission Frankforts Hillman of All honor to Judge Payne who seven men being struck out in the of Duncan Hughes Field seeds Buggies wagons morning game and eleven in the South Pittsburg Tenn of whom Fanning implements has thus risen above mere quesour friend Mr F C Hughes is a tions of expediency and policy afternoon 0 We keep In Stock S3I Main Wt HARDWARE had the misfortune to and has had the nerve and judg The proposition looking to the member ment to look to the best interests calling of a Convention to revise lose their saw mill by fire on OLD HICKORY WAGONS of the whole people of his county the Constitution of the State has Monday night Aug 15 Their Kentucky and McSherry and State been carried by a majority of 23 loss was about 2000 without We are informed The election will take place 403 There was a grand total in any insurance under the order of court on Satur- the vote of 278308 of which by Mr W H Bdnkworth their day September 24U1 It now be- 162557 votes were cast in favor sawyer who has been home on a Buggies Surreys Road Carts hooves the people of Scott to be- and 49795 against the Convention visit to his family that the buildstir themselves and bring out a 65956 voters did not vote on the ing has been already rebuilt and Of ever description HARROWS CUTfull and fair vote of the people proposition although counted that the mill will be ready to start TING 110XES CIDER MILLS and and there need be no fears of the against it The counties of Bell again in about thirty days and a fine line of Harness Saddles result Let not over confidence Butler that it will be very much enlarged Edmonson Greenup We are glad to as to the certainty of the result Harlan Henderson Hopkins and improved the success of our boys when every man who values the Leslie Letcher Magoffin prevent Met- note best interest of Scott county from calfe Owen Owsley Pendleton they leave us and likewise regret voting for the subscription and and Pike fifteen in all made no their misfortunes then seeing that his neighbor does returns The next Legislature As we predicted in our last Col the same will have to submit the question to Pepper won three races at Mays We have no doubt but that all another vote of the people when ville Cogniac won a pacing race the usual balderdash and nonsense if again carried the Legislature in straight heats 222 Houri about poor men not voting taxes following will have to order the won a trotting race in and 224 upon others will be rung in with all election of delegates and fix the Tangent won another in 230 its changes It is time that the time for the assembling of the Con- Two others of his string Alcolyte chestnut bell should be rung on vention Verily it takes a long and Motor trotted with running DO YOU Every one time to reach this much to be de- mate the former in such stuff as that 230 arjd the knows or ought to know by this sired end latter in 2294 We cant give you that bat we will give yon the best time that that argument is only Col Pepper is putting Onwards As an evidence of the great the resort of the demagogue and 300 Oents Shoe for in the city it 9 sn benefit to the property owners of colts in the charmed 230 circle u ti along 200 rail- right a it A new era of progress is upon a community who ar denied Ladies Kid Boot for 250 Mr Charles Boucher of this 200 road facilities it is only necessary us and we rejoice to see the indicity a member of the 22d Ky cations that our beloved old State to say that the news had hardly OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTIONRegiment U S A has been is arousing everywhere within her arrived at Stampingground that granted a pension HZ borders to the realization of the the railroad proposition had been submitted to the people of Scott fact that the possibilities of the A large stock and prices to suit the times future are such as should call forth county when there was an im every energy and exertion looking mediate advance of from ten to CHICKEN to the development of her material fifteen per cent on the values of property in that precinct Those and mineral resources Cholera Cure All hail to the Kentucky of the people have too long been denied STOVE WOOD Central Normal School speedy access to the outside world future PLEASUREVILLE KY and they know at what cost They WE HAVE HARD AND SOFT WOOD CUT TO lengths at our mill Almost daily accounts are re- are enthusiastic friends of the P OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1887 Ordersstove same accompanied byfor sale cheap for cash promptly FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Crutcher Starks NECKWEAR Â¬ Â¬ HOISERY STRAW HATS 1 Â¬ - NIGHT SHIRTS Â¬ WHITE HALL MAIN STREET MASTIN BROS -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GRAIN DRILLS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ IX i i I w m vi m va m Â¬ Â¬ WANT THE EARTH 11 I tk f XV Â¬ - Â¬ 6 ANTEH s - HATS ATS I HATS R K JVKLURE attended to t fi m i I 1 j l K I jr Â¬ G F R R The small bov is becoming a nuisance in some portions of South Frankfort He goes in gangs and raids gardens and steals all the fruit he can get his hands upon Some of them are so bold as to refuse to leave the premises when ordered off by the lady of the house and even offer resistance when force is used to drive them away The attention of the police is called to this matter keeping taught without extra charge for tuition uneapesi uouoot in me aiaie sena ior catalogue J B SECItEST Pres Aug C TO TEL COURSES OF STUDY SUITED handALL book type writing short and Aug 6 lni P S RULE A CO lt FOR SALE One of the Beet Located Resi Â¬ 4ft m SALESMEN BjMBp- dences in South Frankfort W II HALL OFFERS FOR SALE HIS Main streets II Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ house and and lot on the corner ot Crnsi and The lot contains about two acres TAJfcTXEID and the house Is In good repair There are apple To solicit orders for our rollable Nursery Stock peach and plum trees In abundance upon the Good salury and Lxpenses or Commission Per Â¬ place two largo pits stocked with Marslial Nell manent employment guaranteed Address at roses and a green house planted with roses and SNELL A HOWL VND once stating age heated with Hltchlngs Improved hot water Nurserymen St Louis Mo July apparatus lm Feb 2My TKRMH EASY Apply to Dn W U HALL Â¬ NEW TRANSFER LINE 1 1 1 Â¬ Carpenter DEUGGISTS 25 cents passenger and valise or satchel 85 cents passengegandl trunk AND LOT FRONTING CO cents passenger and 2 trunks THE HOUSE and the Louisville Turnpike ON street In 60 cents South Frankfort now occupied by S C Bull 2 passengers and 1 trunk 60 cents 2 jwssengers and 2 trunks For particulars Inquire of Dr Sam James or JOHN B LINDSEY Children S years old and under 9 will be charged Aug 13 2m Scents In addition to above Where there are several children charges will be reasonable Baggage will be transferred In wagon Fishing parties picnics Ac will receive prompt attention at reasonable rates Orders may be left at the Telephone Exchange nolmes A Hallorans Drug Store Bluu Wing Of Â¬ FIRM OF O R CRUTCHER ft CO fice and A H Waggoners Grocery Store on THE Frankfort Kentucky Is this day Broadway dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring W B LUCKETT O R Crutcher assumes all the liabilities and Telephone 81 will collect all accounts due the firm of O R nOrders may also be left at LeOompte ft Carpn Crutcher 4 Co O B CBUTCHSR iers south side Drug Store JulyiKt WM JORDAN MayifrSm IHORALE ijToarioEj- 1 Jw Jb I TrryT5fyrvvS A Sure Cure for Measles Inaugural Ceremonies The delightful weather of the Will Col Billy Newhall please and Summer Dysentery past few days makes one feel like tell what he knows about sewer The several committees that FRANKFORT AUGUST 27 1887 have been appointed to make building in to morrows Courier Dr Cheney who furnishes the living for the inaugural following splendid testimonial to arrangements Journal Attention is called to the hand ceremonies are requested to take the remarkable efficacy of Swifts Smoke the White Wing Cigar at 37 6m all necessary steps in the premises Specific in measles preventing the painted oil painting on exhibition LeOompte Carpenters Messrs George W Miller Co tinners and stove dealers on and to meet at the Court house frequently fatal after consequences in the window of Messrs Crutcher We are now enabled with our Starks which is to be raffled St Clair street made an assign- Â¬ on Saturday evening the 27th of this prevalent disease and at Â¬ new styles of job type ment on Tuesday for the benefit inst at 8 oclock for final report testing the remarkable virtues of off splendid 50 E H Taylor Jr Cin the medicine in the prevention of and our more rapid facilities for of their creditors to Mr J H summer dysentery is one of the A Singer sewing machine given The Committee of Escort will most eminent and best known away with soap at W L Jetts printing by means of our new Pattie 40 meet at the Council Chamber on physicians in Georgia he writes Greshams old stand cylinder press to get out all sizes of the Saturday afternoon August 29th Mr R E Hawkins Ellaville Ga For Sale or Rent A frame of posters and dodgers as well as Farmdale neighborhood has placed at 3 oclock March 21 1887 J cottage of four rooms hall double J Stoddard Johnson I have used your Gentlemen the neater styles of bill heads us under obligations for a couple porches cellar well of good water Chairman S S S medicine with exceptional in note heads ball and picnic invita- Â¬ of the finest watermelons of the the yard and stable on the prem- Â¬ The brilliant young Frankfort benefit on patients convalesing ises Lot 150 by 100 feet Price He is rapidly disposing season c tion tickets programmes A feature of that from measles of his crop and is realizing good correspondent of the great metro- disease is that it leave the mucous 2 500 Apply at this office Call and see us before you make 46 tf prices as his are the finest we have politan daily has become thor- Â¬ membrane chronically inflamed m your contracts for printing oughly posted on sewer building that is the inflammation continues seen Try thecelebrated Eureka Springs If you dont believe it ask Mr from four to six months I have Soap for bath and toilet at Chap Â¬ A new supervising architect is Mr C W Merchant the old Gault the contractor for the Main given it to several patients just man Gayles 34 tf wanted for the Main street sewer typo policeman and now soui dis getting out of bed from the and St Clair street sewer You For cheap sugars call on J Col Billy Newhall has thrown up sant fisherman gets there every cant fool him by putting in pop- measles and always with the hap- Heeney South Side 44 piest results the job time If any bodys fish get to lar framing It rots too soon I also used S S S in convalesMediterranean Hybrid Wheat P D Richey the confidence monkeying with his bait he takes after its put thar cent fever cases with the best and Seed Rye for sale W R will in my judgment man who tried to swindle Col them home with him as witness Shaw Jetts Ky or G C Shaw Mr R E Hawkins brought to result It sixteen silver perch the result of prevent summer dysentery if one Frankfort Ky Pepper out of some horses recent Â¬ Aug 20 3t Vive town Monday one of the finest will take a few bottles in the ly was tried before Esquire Pat Saturdays fun up the river loads of watermelons we have ever spring thus preparing the bowels For Sale A lounge bedstead McDonald on Tuesday last and la Cale seen They were raised on the for the strains of summer and mattress A pply at this office was held over to the Circuit Court TFlem Parker an inmate of Cen- farm of Gen Scott Brown and I am prompted to send you this Read L B Marshalls adver- Â¬ in iooo bond which he failed to tral Lunatic Asylum at Ancho- there was not an inferior melon in letter because just now I am aware that measles prevail in tisement in another column 47 give and was retained in custody rage by the load all of them being large Southwest Georgia While I hes committed suicide The prosecution was represented hanging himself on Friday of last and perfectly ripe They were If you want seed wheat fine itate to appear as a voucher for chickens stock hogs horses cows by County Attorney Ben G Wil- week The deceased was the purchased by Mr John M Banta proprietary remedies S S S has or calves read L B Marshalls ad Â¬ liams and John W Rodman Esq youngest son of the late Judge Mr Hawkins has a large crop and become such a standard medicine vertisement in another column with many regular physicians and the defense by Messrs Scott Tom Parker of Woodford county is in town every day 47 that I am relieved of the embarViolett4 and a brother of Squire Wm rassment ordinarily attached to a Â¬ S Mocha Try a box of C The benefits to arise from enterJudge Lindsay Gen D W Parker of Graefensberg Shelby prise and progress are just begin reqular physicians endorsement of and Java mixed coffee at Besides proprietary medicines Lindsey Judge A Duvall and county and has a number of rela- ing to be felt in this region J Heeneys 44 A the claims of suffering humanity tions in this city and county Col J Stoddard Johnston will no gentleman in Bourbon county was are greater than selfish professional L B Marshall has a good lot doubt proceed at once to canvas offering his farm for sale before ethics Hybrid seed Ten turnpikes are now complet of Mediterranean the county of Scott in favor of our ed and in course of construction the subscription was voted to the wheat for sale Yours sincerely 47 railroad and will be ably assisted into Stamping Ground which will P G J N Chesev M D F R R So soon as Nothing more delicious than a Treatise on Blood and Skin by the best talent of that county render it one of the largest ship Â¬ the vote was announced he raised Sanborns Mocha cup of Chase Diseases mailed free Let the canvas be short sharp ping points on the P G the price of his land just 20 on mixed coffee for sale by and Java F The Swift Specific Co and red hot from the start If the J Heeney South Side 44 So it goes all the way will be drawn the acre Trade railroad Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga moss backs will persist in staying there from a large portion of Owen through the list And yet there Blue Lick Water fresh from the out of the procession and standing county the east end of this county are people who oppose railroads To Col Zeke Yocum Jlloehead Springs on draughtat LeCompte Ky in the way of the engine of pro- Â¬ and enterprise and a large section of Scott So 36 In your last letter to the Round Â¬ Carpenters gress they can only blame themanxious are the people in that pre- Â¬ The following nice little note about you speak of the death of H ATTEKNS best Photographs selves if they are run over cinct for the road that there will was sent to our office on Wednes- your old friend Will Reading of Hurrah for progress He has indeed passed of all sizes reduced to halt price not be five out of the six hundred day We doff our hat to the fair this city away and in his will I find the LOOK On Saturday afternoon little voters who will vote against the unknown following bequests to yourself Editor Roundabout Edmund Stephens son of Mr tax One small sponge and one half of A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re-Â¬ Carpenters The Roundabout office reminds that eleven pound lump of yaller ceived at Lecompte Nat F Richardson started to N Railroad will run me of a Mareschal Neil rose after butter The L 39 These articles will be South Side town from his fathers residence a a special train from this city dur Â¬ five years good cultivation spreads turned over to you upon calling Apply to Mastin Bros for mile and a half from this city on ing the Lexington Fair which its branches and drops its buds of upon his storage 43 the Louisville pike driving a horse commences on Tuesday next fragrance to all its admirers which Administrator Success to the office are legion that was supposed to be perfectly Aug Orders for Drennon Water received 30 and will continue until and the I 0 O F building 40 The following is a copy of a at W L Jetts South Side gentle in a spring wagon and when Saturday September 3 inclusive A Friend of Printers notice written out to be stuck up coming down the hill one of the Syrup of Figs The train will leave here at 7 and his grand in large characters on a garden Manufactured only by the CaliforÂ¬ Mr Gus Talbott backing straps broke letting the oclock a m and arrive at Lex nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco wagon run up on the horses heels son Charley were driving down fence near Benson Depot Cal is Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ ington at 815 a mf Returning MELON THIEVES ATTENTION causing it to commence kicking Ann street in a buggy on Satur tive It is the most easily taken it will leave Lexington at 6 oclock The watermelon thieves of and the most pleasantly effective and run away when their horse became Ed was thrown p m day remedy known to cleanse the system pm and arrive at out and badly bruised the wagon The fare for the round 715 will be frightened at a passing engine and this bailiwick are hereby notified when bilious or costive to dispel trip that since their Tuesday nights colds and was wrecked and the horse terribly dashed the buggy against a lamp raid on the within patch when headaches constipationfevers to cure indigestion only 115 We hope that this habitual cut in several places The horse train will be liberally patronized post throwing both the occupants they made such a clean sweep of etc For sale Ui 50 cent and 108 tf continued to run after freeing ground seriously bruising everything ripe and half ripe I bottles by Chapman Gayle mm by our people The Fair promises to the all itself from the wagon and was Dr Hume was called in have lifted melons vines and them For Rent Blacksmith shop to be unusualiy good this year to the outside where they will on upper Main street finally caught in the eastern end of Apply to and attended to their wounds These round trip tickets will be have no trouble in finishing the C R Gresham Second street m Soujth Frankfort The near Shelby Mr Jno W Douglass and Miss job so handsomely begun good returning until the last train 46 Addie Haydon a bridal party proprietor is glad to learn that the on September 3d Mrs Guy Barrett has a colored Place your farms and town lots for arrived in this city yesterday promising young robbers averaged nurse who is worth having Lizzie Governor Knott called his having been married at the resi- only two or three doubling up sale with Wm P Scott He will thoroughly tf She was official household together Woolfolk is her name on dence of the brides parents in cramp colics to each melon filched advertise them y why did they put off They were accom- Â¬ Owen county alone in the house on Monday last Friday evening and did the A two story frame For panied by Mr Wm Gregory and the raid until it was almost pitch residenceRent five rooms and cellar night with the exception of Mrs handsome by the boys with Some Mrs Tenie Roberts who were dark Is it possible that they are Barretts baby boy A tramp fifty gay and festive youths head Â¬ married at Mr Dennis Griffins beginning to think that to steal a on the corner of Logan and Campbell came to the back door and de- ed by the famous Clerk of the by Rev G C Kelly of the big lot of melons is almost if not streets Gas in the house and water Church After the quite as bad as to steal a lot of in the yard Apply to V C Hera manded admission Lizzie warned Weather E C W and that Methodist don him away He told her that if other youngster who manipulates ceremony the party left for a trip corn or pigs or a pile of filthy At gus Surely they are not to Shakertown lucre itself Orange Einpsons Ginger Blood she did not let him in he would the cash J W T sat down to going back to the old fashioned Ale and Drennon Water constantly come in the frontdoor and started the groaning table and when they Habitual Constipation notion that it is just as criminal on tap at W L Jetts Soutli Side for that purpose got through the groaning was not And kidney and liver ills depend both in principle and practice to around the house 40 Lizzie secured Mr Barretts pistol done by the table It was a jolly ing on a weak or inactive condi sneak into a neighbors garden at HOT WEATHER INDUCE and as he attempted to come in crowd and the spread was hugely tion of the kidneys liver or night and steal several dollars worth of melons as it is to break MENTS Ice cold sodn water tlie front way let drive at him enjoyed by all present We un bowels are successfully and per regions into his house and take several He ran and jumped over the fence stand that the speech of the even manently cured only by the us of dollars in silver or gold out of his direct from the Arctic the gentle yet effective laxative best in the World at Chap Â¬ into Dr Halls lot and as he ing was made by the distinguished and diuretic Syrup of Figs Its bureau drawer or his pantaloons the Gayles man went over the fence Lizzie shot a and honorable Assistant Secre advantages are evident it is easily pockets The only difference being tf 48 second time at him It was a tary of State They separated taken pleasing to the taste ac Â¬ that the bold burglar is credited For Rent The residence of brave act and bravely done Mrs about midnight and one and ceptable to the stomach harmless with a high order of physical courage while melon thieves like Mrs C E Ward on corner of Barrett has always thought highly all say to the Governor bon to the most delicate system and the chicken snatchers are unani Main and Wilkinson streets in beneficial in effect For of Lizzie but she now thinks she voyage in the new field of labor trulyin sale 100 bottles mously and invariably sneaks and Frankfort For terms apply to 50 cent and is a regular trump Proprietor cowards Chapman Gayle jy 21 im John T Buckley upon which he will soon enter by ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r FRANKFORT 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - fcii I K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ By-the-b- Â¬ Â¬ fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmmmmmmmmmm WWP fWIH WWWWIPPWWW 11 nmmwuiimwi WHmiymifmmwmmfmm HsfPJishW v J i -- m o he loses his vote The question munity A few deaths are re- present Now why is this Surely Ladles arises who has done the voting ported In delicate health needing a they cannot be afraid to come to Tax the man or the horse Mr Hugh Walker of Owen our meetings and let the people gentle yet effective laxative will August 24 1887 J payer says he has seven men county visited his grandmother get the benefit of their talents find the California liquid fruit Editot Roundabout living on his farm all of whom Mrs Luanda Flack last week remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing Since the railroad election it are non property holders and de There will be a meeting of the to the taste acceptable to the seems every writer for your paper pending on him for their supOn her way home last Wednes Frankfort Literary Society at St stomach and perfectly safe in all Some port and asks is there any justice day Mrs Quire was stricken with Johns A M E Church next is pitching into me is easily taken making me the foundation for for these seven men to vote paralysis of the pneumogastric Wednesday Aug 31st The pro cases It the most and pleasantly effective remedy what they have to write about against him when he has all the nerve and is still speechless gramme for the night will be high known to cure and prevent cos besides other So far as facts and figures are burden to bear and they none I Doubts are entertained as to her ly interesting as tiveness to dispel headaches concerned as given by me deny that these seven men or any recovery of speech features there will be a debate colds and fevers and strengthen Will in reference to the appropria upon the following subject other number of healthy hearty President Conaway was down the proposed changing of the Con the kidneys liver and bowels and tions made to Benson Bald Knob men are dependent on is therefore a favorite remedy with Tax and Flat Creek precincts for the payer or any other one man for a on this end of the pike Thursday stitution be for our welfare and ladies For sale in 50 cent and A full atyear 1887 I stand by them All support but Tax payer is de for the first time as we have seen better our condition for the purpose of having a new 100 bottles by of the appropriations may not pendent on these seven men for tendance of the Society is reChapman 8s Gayle pike built which will be a much spectfully requested 45 1 m have been directly in those pre- support run his needed improvement He could not cincts but all directly benefited farm without them he is bound to Mr Geth Simmons is seriously Died Thursday Aug 11 1887 them and were given with this have them or stop business This ill at his residence in South FrankMr Pat Harrod He has been knowledge by the court called the Father of Diseases bo is a question that is as old as the IS causa thero Ik no medium through lingering for some time with fort In your issue of the 13th J D which disease ho often attnrks tho system world and has been decided by Mr Warren Burbridge who was as by tho absorption of gases In typhoid but partially reM quotes from my letter of July the world in favor of the poor covered fever he was attacked stricken with partial paralysis tho retention ol decayedimNonous matter and elleto when 23d what I had to say about man in tho stomach and bowels It la caued I have twenty odd men in notcuough pauper counties in which I asked my employ my daily bread is with flux He said he was willing some time since is able to be on by a Torpid Liverthe blood tobllo being produce excreted from Natures own entlmrtle and is generally to go when the Master called for the street again what county can show such a derived from their labor accompanied with such results as My record as Benson Bald Knob and business cannot run without them him Died Mr Thomas Lee one of Loss of Appetite This is The laboring man is the bone and says Flat Creek The condition of the bridges on our wealthiest citizens on WedI might with Sick Headache indeed unique The the Bald Knob and Plum Branch nesday evening Aug 24 1887 and sinew of the earth some propriety say what State can capitalist gets his money by the Turnpike and especially this end aged about 86 years Bad Breath etc He was a show such a record as Franklin sweat of the poor laboring man of the pike should be attended to member of the First Independent Tho treatment of Constipation docs not consist merely In unloading tho bowels I cant see the adapta county is being moved always as it is dangerous to cross these Baptist Church Tho medicine mustnotonly act nsa purga The world tive but boa tonioos well and notproduoe bility of the simile If he will has been always will be by the bridges there being no protection xo secure From the temperature of the after its use greater costlveness changing on his thinking cap he laborer just put a regulnr habit of bod wit bout Capital by itself is to keep a person from going over- Â¬ air it seems like summer is dying tho diet or disorganizing the system will remember having heard of worthless The two have to be board should a riding horse be- and with it the excursions will die Saaa these three precincts seceding combined one cannot get along come frightened Oh what a hard time these too and setting up for themselves in without the other Tax payer Mr John Hamilton our honor- Â¬ excursionists will have when other words forming a county I guess never objected to the able candidate for sheriff will watermelons disappear and old J D M may not have been in poor man working roads for him these meetings that were being to ride over in his carriage and show up a big majority in this man Crimp is dressed up in his held and I do not believe he was buggy while the poor fellow precinct He is well known at chilly suit and with General Jack I tell you but he certainly heard of them takes his foot in his hand and this place being once a resident Frosts battering ram here and we know whereof we there will be darning and patching Then why not see the adaptability trudges along as best he can Mv attention after suffering vdth Constipa speak in regard to his capability but it will be too late when Crimp tion for two or three years was cailea to Simmons of the simile Liver Regulator and having tried almost every A few words now as to Tax Â¬ honesty c We feel satisfied and Jack both are at your door thlnu else concluded to trv it I first took a I pass by one J C Wilson and the col- that he will be our ncxtsherift winegtassrul and afterwards reduced the dose to a payers complaints about Oh ye pleasure seekers buy coal teaspoonuil as per directions after each meal I that I lection of taxes There is no law Zeke Yocum say to that and prepare to face the northern found that itit had Idone mc so much good thenlI never struck a fallen foe in my for the collection of taxes twice in Since continued until took two bottles keep it in afford to pay have not experienced any difficulty winds You can not FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT life The licks I gave were in a the year There were two assessmy house six and seven dollars a day for a no use forand would not be without it but have Good rain last night in itit having cured me Uro W Certain parties regular battle ments in 1 886 one in January and horse and buggy and fifteen cents Sims Asst Clerk Superior Court liibb Co Ga these three precints were fighting one in September by reason of the Miss Lizzie McDaniel is visiting a day board for yourself and Take only the Genuine Frankfort especially the busi change in the revenue law The friends in the city Which has on the Wrapper the red Trade Â¬ family ness men of Frankfort making an January mark and Signature of assessment was collectable Mrs Eli McDaniel has just re- Â¬ organized effort not to patronize in July or August The Septem- Â¬ J H ZEIMN CO them making threats and making ber assessment is to be returned by turned from a two weeks visit to One Lived the Other Died her daughters A woman formerly our slave is now our efforts toward forming a county of the assessor to the County Clerks cook About eighteen months ago she be New Zeke take back office by the their own Sorry to say that all the rain came sickly and had a couh and was con 15th of December in what you said wont you each year and not collectable until that can fall now will not enable us fined to bed and it was thought that she Nex comes Tax payer not the 15th of February in the next to raise more than a fourth of a had consumption The treatment by phy OF CINCINNATI OHIO sicians failed to give relief In December satisfied with going for Hewitt year Tax payer says in your crop in this section 1S84 a node or knot the size of a goose egg -- WILL BE AT THE- but goes for me the railroad the issue of the 20th But I have said just Died Mr Will Warfield of formed when above the pit of the stomach8 Democratic party State officials the time for collecting the public which lanced discharged matter for or 9 months One of these also lormed the Legislature and things in gen- revenue on September 1st is most flux IN FRANKFORT KY- Mr Pat Harrods son Harris under her arm and three on her back eral He quotes me as saying in inopportune The farmer has but which discharged matter for a considerable my letter of the nth ButMr one crop to mature previous to Harrod with flux aged about 25 time For six months of this time she was SATURDAY AUGUST 27 1887 years confined to the house and most of the time SATURDAY SBRT 24 1887 Miles of Frankfort who has be that time viz the wheat crop the stomach often refused Mrs Margaret Quire was strick- m bed Thewhat she had eaten She food come quite a writer and who oats and hay crop not being mar by rejecting used talks so justly kind in his endeavors ketable before the winter season en with paralysis on last Wednes a great deal of medicine but failed to be to right everything that is going and is generally used to feed stock day while on horseback She is cured I bought one bottle of your B B B BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING made Atlanta wrong says Frankfort voted all on the farm through the winter now very low and has not spoken and shein commenced Gato and gave it to her Cured absolutely One 1000 Thousand Dollars improve I then muy designate sufferer or the men and boys black and Much of the wheat crop cannot be since she was stricken bought and gave her three bottles more and given tocase of Pilesany charity he by the BRINK- for uny I cannot cure she continued to improve and in two KRUOFF SYSTEM white on the railroad question threshed before Richmond Patton and Charley September 1st and proposes three cheers for and if threshed it has to be put Allen were overcome with the months time her cough had ceased her NO KNIFE IS USED constitution strengthened appetite and di Bourbon county who he thinks on NO LIGATURE IS USED gestion good all discharges ceased nodes the market at buyers prices heat while threshing wheat last I said The did the same thing which have been ruinously low for week and have been very sick or knots disappeared and she went to work LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED apparently healthy and fattened up greatly NO CHLOROFORM IS USED election in Bourbon county on the two years You will see he has but we are glad to say they are This woman had a married sister of near 6th resulted in favor of the tax for the taxes payable fifteen days be better now same age who was affected in precisely the FISTULA US ANO G the P F R R by a ma fore the assessor begins to take a same way and about the same time She Is cured following is the score of had a node or knot on pit of stomach back like list of the taxable propeitv jority of 1736 They If The She did not take any B B and the FISSURES Frankfort must have voted all he is as far out of the way about the Spring Hill Gun Club at the etc on her stomach ate through Bthe cavinode Cured without cutting or tearing the boys black and white Three the sheriff of Shelby the county as he shoot on Friday Aug 19 at 25 ty She continued on died decline and wasted away and finally cheers for Bourbon The reader is about what I said and about the ULCERATION CATARRH Knoxville Blackbirds 18 yards jThese were two terrible cases of blood will observe I quoted voted all the B B B and was speedily collection of taxes he should rise poison one used Of tlie bowel cured boys black and white it having write to Gen cured the other did not use it and died Hewitt or go to him J N Abrahams Dr Kelly bus now been visiting this city regu Â¬ 15 Richard Church 15 It is mo t assuredly a most wonderful blood larly been so said by those in opposition and ask his for nearly three ears and the many cures pardon and confess J L Price 4 purifiei lfi L L Cox lie hosniude among the wealthy and influential I refer to merchants of this town Â¬ to the tax Tax payer certain- the wrong he has done him C MaBtin citizens tire sufllclent evidence of his success 7 Thos Church 12 an J Yours truly It Is now u well established fact that many dis Â¬ ly did observe this but he goes open confession is good for 14 G F Berry 14 W T UoillNSON eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder the K Taylor R Morris 12 W R Curtis 14 on and says I proposed three womb and nervous system are eltlterT caused or 1886 Tishabee Ala May soul and in future not go off E E Hume aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FISTU 14 cheers for Bourbon who he says LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER I should not have half cocked Price R Church and Abrahams A Sheriff Released REFERENCES did the same things Leaving the written one word about this tax Rer L P Hulett Benson Ky tie Church won the medal on impression or trying to impress it question had it A II McClure Frankfort Ky For a period of sixteen years I have been not been for putCol 1 L Subletk Erankfort Ky on the readers of your paper that ting a wrong construction on what the shoot off afilicted with catarrh of the head which Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky hauled the use of all medicines used See W J Hughes Frankfort Ky I was for giving three cheers over I had written and as I am trying J II McKenzle Versailles K ing the advertisement of B B B I pur Not so hot we thank you casting illegal votes in this and to right DR KELLKYS oftlce and residence Is nt 876 chased and used six or seven bottles and West Seventh street Cincinnati everything that is going and where Bourbon county If there was an wrong was compelled although used irregularly have received may be found every day of each week EXCEPThe to notice Among the Colored Citi- illegal vote polled in Frankfort or it I believe I know who great relief and recommend it as a great Tax zens FEIDAI8 AND 8ATUBDAYS blood purifier Franklin county I am ignorant of payer is and everything I have Pamphlets describing these diseases and tbla Signed J K Holcomuk Jr it to say nothing about voting written has been with kindly feel mode of treatment scut free to any one by ad Â¬ BY MR PLEASE EVERYBODY Sheriff of Haralson county Ga dressing all the boys black and white ings and with no spirit to get into All who desire full information about the W preachers Seven I will say a few words in reply a controversy Wanted I KELLEY M D cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula forty nine boot blacks dray and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores to Tax payer in regard to the 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati 0 The railroad question has been poor mans voting taxes He submitted to Scott county and drivers thirty porters sixty jock- Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh UT CONSULTATION FREE -f says It is unfair unjust and the vote is to be taken on Septem- Â¬ eys ten dogs and eighty cats to etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Dec 20 ly 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled a grand excursion to the with the most wonderful contrary to every principle of ber Now let every one put attend and startling proof upper end of Bitter Creek for the ever uelorc known right for a non property holder to his 24 shoulder to the wheel and benefit of the poor little colored Address BLOOD BALM CO vote a tax upon a property vote all the boys black and Aug 23 im Atlanta Ga children whose parents have been holder Tax payer should re white in the county excursioning all summer riches take themselves member For Rent The two story John E Miles wings and fly away SEMI The rich I was at the meeting of the brick building on the corner of THE TWENTY THIRD begin ANNUAL 8E8 of this school will man to day is the poor man toFrankfort Literary Society white Broadway and High streets oppoBald Kuob morrow The poor man becomes Sept 12 1887 at the Court house on Thursday site the railroad depot Apply Monday the rich man then what SupDied Friday Aug 5th 1887 the 1 8th inst and while there to V Kaltenbrun Mrs T M Turner will havo charge of the 49 Primary Department Terms per aesslon at pose a man should own a horse or Wm Warfield jr saw some of Franklin countys twenty weeks any other animal worth one thousFor Rent A brick house con- Classical Department 87 60 Mr Ed Duncan and wife have best educators taking a hand in and dollars This would give the I was also at taining six rooms the proceedings Inquire of Intermediate Department 25 00 gone on a visit to Harrodsburg man a vote he votes as long as Logan McKee the Colored Literary Meeting and Primary Department 20 00 the horse lives when the horse dies The flux is raging in this com- - there was not a single teacher 42tf jy22m T M TURNER Prim 432 St Clair street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Communicated Frankfort Ky I I m YfK 1 Â¬ Â¬ CONSTIPATAON i i i Ms Â¬ J 1 Ml Â¬ Â¬ m m s 1 Â¬ I Mi 1 Â¬ m Â¬ 7 -- Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelley -- Â¬ 44 CAPITAL HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ I m Â¬ i i m I m Â¬ Duflleu Institute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ip jm I 1 i j j j Disastrous Fire M Ml fi What came near being a very disastrous fire broke out in the west section of the South block at the head of Broadway street in this city on Friday morning about The building has solid i oclock iron shutters which made it almost impossible for the firemen to get their streams to play upon the fire When first discovered it was blazing up in the third story and was a very angry looking fire The building was used for the storing of grain by Messrs Miles Son the first and second floors being full and several hundred bushels being on the third floor 12000 bushels in all being in the building There was also a considerable lot of furniture on the third floor some owned by private individuals and the rest by the State being the furniture purchased recently for the Colored Normal School A serious accident happened at the City Mills of Messrs Miles Sbn on Thursday night about oclock The wrist of the engine broke off and let the piston rod and the packing attached drive against the cylinder head bursting it out The rebound cracked and shoved the other head out from its Mr Pat Corbett the position night engineer was standing with his hand on the throttle valve attempting to shut down the engine when a piece of the cylinder head was blown against his right leg below the knee cutting a gash of about one and a half inches in length He bled considerably be1 1 We are glad to note that our friend Bell of the Georgetown Times comes out flat footed and G square toed in favor of the P He hits F R R proposition from the shoulder and his straight trumpet gives forth no uncertain sound Col John Morris manager of Messrs J J Swigerts stables V V HUT JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F C CO Hughes GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS FRANKFORT TCY London r Representing1 the following Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON GLOBE ASSURANCE IMPERIAL NORTHERN PfMfMVPPf At ITVTMV fmra 196 15713840 12137900 88fio370 4853837 4010488 4754342 1074750 1918432 1810273 1551953 1172 793 100205503 Â¬ says that he has some sure winners T ivniiitimo in his string and has them entered MiPTLvinn CAxtvt7lFVT throughout the fall circuit Suc- Â¬ wSiTnW1i M Aw1 cess attend him ADEVnVV CENTRAL HAMBURG BREMEN Â¬ HJi74 Manchester Hartford Hartford Philadelphia Bortoii Brooklyn Bi ft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m w I rs mi m II l- - MSI 3 E f After a hard fight the fire boys playing five streams of water upon the building the fire was confined to the building in which it origi nated and the first floor was saved intact the wheat however being thoroughly drenched by the tremendous amount of water thrown upon it The furniture was completely destroyed The origin of the fire is a matThe loss was ter of speculation Natural gas was struck in pay about 25000 partially covered ing quantity at Richmond Kenby insurance tucky on Wednesday and we real Old Uncle Tom Lee for more may now expect to hear of than 30 years sexton of the First estate in that city being on the Work on the well near and for boom Presbyterian Church many years steward at the Gov- this city has been suspended for a ernors Mansion died at his week on account of the failure of home on Clinton street on Wed- the casing to arrive from Pittsnesday evening at 7 oclock after burg a protracted illness aged about 86 Letters received by friends in years By his kind gentle and this city from Mrs L Wallas- upright deportment hewnnthe respect and confidence of all who her home in Vienna Austria She He was the body ser- desires to return her heartfelt knew him vant cf the late Hon John J thanks to the friends in this city Crittenden and accompanied him for their kind reception during her to Washington City during his visit here in June Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One of the finest loads of watermelons that we have seen this season were sold on our streets on They came could be found Wednesday morning fore a physician Dr Hume dressed his wound and from near Lexington he is doing very well at this writing Mr W J Chinn received on large livery stable the Wednesday morning a fine young The Jersey bull from Oakland Stock property of Messrs Wells Hancock at Lawrcnceburg was Farm Ontario Canada burned on last Monday night The Odd Fellows Temple hav Â¬ about 130 oclock together with ing had sheds put up on its entire a number of horses and mules front in order to accommodate several buggies wagons harness our corps of handsome young and provender In addition to the mn who watch for their smiles livery stable the brick block next all the pretty girls are requested to to it owned by Col T H Hanks pass up and down on the west side the dwelling of Mrs McGuire and of St Clair street the Colored Baptist Church were burned We have not learned how Ammunition and shells loaded to Mastik Bros the fire originated Loss estimated order at to be some 20000 with only A Card 14000 insurance Â¬ WW Offlctt St Louis GeVnuiny Hartford WW June 18 ly up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING Tie Best Waterproof Coat K 0E SLICKER I dHHr foSfl BRk The FIStlBBANDSnCKLRIi warranted wtirroof and will kfco rou drv In the htrtMt ftnrm Tho niw rousiKL 8MKERIs a prrftct rilln coat and coreri th tntlra aaddln I1wars oflmltXtlont Nona renttfni without tlie 71ah nrana traile marlt Illnatrattd Catalogus fro A J Tower loton Mais J FE tf M WAKEFIELD MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF t i i Aug-13-- TlFoET ZEIEIISrX-O-- C ZtrLST- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editor Roundabout Mrs Green will re open her Sho Id you want a nice Surrey The shooting match at live birds announced in the Evening Journal school at 217 Washington street Buggy Saddle or set of Harness sse Alastin Bros 50 41 47 will not take September 12th itSj of the 24th inst place on Saturday upon the Spring Pbyalcinan nave Found Ont Just received a nice line of Ham Hill Gun Club grounds as no That a contaminating and foreign element la gambling scheme will be allowed burgs Torchon and Medici laces th blood developed by indigestion la tho S D Johnson This settles upon the Co cause of rheumatism 50 The announceon said premises m sensitive sub cutaueoiis cohering of the mus ment was made without consulting cles and ligaments of the Joints causing con Full set of bed room furniture stant and shifting pain and aggregating as a or obtaining the consent of the second hand for sale cheap calcareous chalky deposit which products managers of the grounds stiffness and distortion of the joints No fact Call at this office it Richard Morris which experience has demonstrated in regard Prest Spring Hill Gun Club to Hostetter3 Stomach Bitters has stronger 500 yards all silk ribbon No 7 evidence to support than this namely that 9 this medicine of comprehensive uses checks at 10 cents White seed rye for sale at tha formidable and atrocious disease nor it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50 lYlASTIXtSROS 50 S D Johnson Co itlessposltlvelr established that it is prefer ble to the poisons often used to arrest it Â¬ Card of Thanks Frankfort August 26 8y e His funeral Congressional life Evidently Col Jos took place yesterday afternoon from the First Independent Bap has found his way to Georgia as tist Church of which he had long promised as witness that story in been a deacon and was largely at- Â¬ Wednesdays Uourier journal in regard to Mt Yonah and the vein tended of pure gold eight inches thick The families of Mr V Kalten Shades of Ananias redivivus Mr Weis brun and his Miss Anabel Giltner daughter enberg in this city were very se- Â¬ riously poisoned on last Sunday of President W S Giltner of EmiIt appears that they purchased nence College and Mr Henry A some cream and made it into ice Brown of Henry county will be cream and every one of the two married at the Christian Church Thursfamilies who partook ot it was Eminence at 7 oclock on made very sick vomiting and day afternoon September 1st At the Durerinc at a fearful rate Hon L W McKee of Law present writing several of them renceburg was elected Colonel and are quite ill and fears are enter- Â¬ Messrs D Vertner Johnson and There R D Williams of Lexington tained as to the result seems to be great doubt in the Majors of the 2d Regiment Ken minds of the physicians and of the tucky State Guard at the election families themselves as to the na Â¬ held on Saturday night ture of the poison The annual Governors ball at elect Buckner is re- Â¬ Crab Orchard Springs took place Governor ceiving applications for the several last night We acknowledge the positions within his gift at the rate courtesv of an invitation to be of near a half bushel ever clay present from Mr Tom Newman What an army of hungry patriots of this city clerk at the hotel there are whose services are 50 The Louisville Exposition opens indispensable to the welfare of the N Railroad State We pity the Governor to day The L will sell the usual reduced rate but such is the fate of greatness It is well that the list of places is tickets during its continuance and the admission to the Exposition not long has been reduced to 25 cents The Georgetown Times says Eight or ten convicts have been that Scott county will vote the P pardoned out of the prison by the subscription of 100000 to the Governor in the last few days G F Railroad son-in-law At a meeting of Dexter Lodge Knights of Pythias this city it was resolved that the thanks of the Mulhattan Lodge be tendered Misses Lizzie Fresh bread Nickols make every afternoon at 4 oclock at VV L Jetts Second street 50 New party gloves at 50 S D Johhson salutary since the medicine contains only remedy in Â¬ or It is also a signal gredients constipation dyspepsia malarial fevers kidney and bludder ailments debility other disorders See that you et the genuine New silk hosiery and beautiful B French fans Cos Â¬ Â¬ 50 S D Johnson Co Â¬ Â¬ One show case and two or three Regular grinding day Wednes Davis Nannie Browder and Mary counters for sale Apply to Meal ex Brown Duvall and Mr Jason Case day and Saturday U K McClure io for services rendered at the benefit changed when not running at Healing entertainment of Damon and Py- Jewel Mills 48 tf The wonderful properties of Darbys Pro Â¬ thias on the 8th inst phylactic Fluid in case of Done by order of the Lodge of Accidents for Burns TENNESSEE WAGONS J W MILAM C C Scalds Cuts Wounds etc J M VanDervekr ALL SIZES FOR SALE AT Its prompt use will invariably reS K of R lieve pain promote healing and prevent Erysipelas Gangrene or A Card Proud Flesh Owing to the ny On the 15th instant our packing cleansing and purifying qualities house and contents were destroyed of the Fluid the most obstinate We had an insurance H by fire Boils Ulcers Carbuncles and policy in the Oueen Ins Co of Running Sores are rendered pure ALSO AGENT FOK England on the same written by and healthy and speedily cured Judge W H Sneed This morn no other application being neces ing we were paid in full for our sary 45- - im All sizes kept in stock loss for which we are indebted For fair and Corn Oats Hay Bran and Ship to Judge Sneed L B MARSHALL prompt settlement we commend One mllu from Frankfort on Onenton turnpike Stuff always on hand his agency to those desiring insur OFFERS FOR SALE Straw for beds or pliiclng under carpets fur ance Noel Jei ters nished 011 short notice 200 BUSHELS MEDITERRANEAN HYBRID SEED WHEAT Frankfort Kv Aug 26 S7 Auk 20 tf Â¬ Â¬ Lowest Prices -- R WILLIAMS Â¬ AVERY PLOWS Â¬ Â¬ In Itlemoriam August 3d niter a Ions mid painful Illness of malarial feter Mr Pukiok IUhhoii beloved son of Horace Harrod passed over the river Into the better laud It Is hard to write of one we loved so well He Is dead Hard to realize that sprlug summer autumn ami winter will come and go but from us he has none never to return with returning seasons Gone from our lives our living thought to be no longer a part only a memory It Is hard to realize He expressed himself ready and willing to die We pause to drop 11 tear of sympathy and sorrow with the mourning ones May God comfort the stricken parents Dread words farewell forever We must give thee up and devote our lives to the liv Â¬ ing and to the great mid merciful God who upholds us by His Almighty power May those visiting the grave tread lightly upon It and bow with reverence before the shrine of thy sacred memory thereby admonishing them to strive to enter In the straight and narrow way that leads to life and Immortality We ween to think that he Is with us no more but hope to see him on the resurrection morn up I A M ott the shining shore UBS KIRTLEY FJ3 Um GK HUGHES IS- - Holsteln Bull Calf Brood Mare V2 jears old liood Work Horse VI jears old Good YearlltiK Filly H Milch Cows all Klvln milk but not fresh Will sell cows cheap A few Grade Holsteln Calves from some of my best dairy cows A lot of Good Black Berkshire Snouts 0 months old A lot of 1 1 1 1 1 jcarllni Holsteln Bull DEALEUS FZXTB CHXCKEXTS S l Staple and Fancy Grocerivs FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 324 BROADWAY STRKKT C White Leghorns R C Brown Leghorns Black lavas W F B Spanish Wjandotte and Buir Cochins lrleo of chickens 150 each or 250 per pair The jearllngbull and bull culture both from my lino Imported cow Southern Beauty and are Ilnely bred It joti need anything advertised UTr a ziite fort COME ANO 2237- - lSaugtf SEE ME FOR SALE OK RENT nine rooms all In good repair Splendid woll of water In the ard good garden coal house stable and currlage house For terms apply on the premises tf Auk 13 UHflD In this city on Tuesday August 23d 1887 Emma Gain Infant daughter of John and Erniim Trip Â¬ let aged 7 months All goods sold for the lowest cash prices aug 13 iyr THK RESIDENCK OF 1 ceased It contains E W11ITES1DES DE l7 JfVy m H HP TOrwlWPfw PWn mmmummmiMw hwiuiuiiij nyiiiiniwni iwmwmmwn mMnwmi mmwvmqmmn FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 240 Composition a paper How to with and he says there is not a Importance Miss Maggio Dow His father word of truth in it 300 The TrueTeacherFV Thomas simply punished him for disEDUCATIONAL EVENING obedience and not at all unmerciful730 Music 740 Prof T M Hawes will give an ly Editor Roundabout Let all who can attend the entertainment the proceeds to bo for tho teachers meeting at the Flat Creek benefit of tho Institute to bo devoted to It is nothing uncommon for a school house on the first Saturday the establishing of n County Teachers Library lady in the country to ride five or You will receive a in September Teach ney Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P LIGHT E OLAASSBN LIGHT -- CLAASSEN 30TH FRIDAY SEPTEMBEIl hearty welcome Teachers to the MOKNINO front and do your duty Music The meeting at the Mink Run 000 Devotional Exercises 920 Percentage and Interest H M school house last Saturday was a Polsgrovo very pleasaut one every one civ 050 Grammar R H Carothers and jo3cd it Antioch where were others you Perhaps you had gone to 130 Music AFTEBNOON Utah or were you still hanging 140 Recitation Miss Ethel Crutcher around Peaks Mill looking for the 200 Recitation Miss Daisy Pnrrent As The remainder of the afternoon will be girl you left behind you devoted to talks for and by to our running off with two ladies Patrons It is hoped that Trustees and each district we have never been able to cap- will be well represented on this occasion Closing Exercises ture one so far County Suit We wish to organize a county teachers library this fall and hops Beattyville Ky our friends will aid us all they can Aug 15 1887 J by donating books papers maga- MOSS BACKS GO TO THE WALL PROÂ¬ Â¬ six miles to let her neighbors Chicken know how Ganters Cholera Cure saved her chickens and advise them to give it to theirs also Sold and guaranteed PEilCTIOjfLr Steam Fitters Plumbers Gas -- by LeCompte Carpenter DEALERS IN- - 57e COLLINS DEALERS IN Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Pipe and Fittings c Closets BBQ Contract Work Mar 12 Strict attention given to Job and All work Guaranteed GENERAL No 227 St Clair St Weitzel Block - Frankfort Kentucky HARDWARE anil Building Material Blacksmiths and Wagon Paints Oil Glass Â¬ Lime Cement Makers Material Jno WITH THE AND T- - DB ucsle3r Wm 1 igite- zines c Also with the library a museum of curiosities of Frank- Â¬ Go to work now lin county teachers and friends and see what you can gather up Messrs J W and Barg Semones presented us the other day with a couple of rocks taken from the bottom of the Who will be Kentucky river the next As soon as all the schools are in operation we wish to publish a complete list of all the teachers Let and heir post office address us hear from you teachers Every school should have a globe wall maps charts and black- Â¬ You might as well expect board a carpenter to build a house without tools as for a teacher to teach a good school without the proper Â¬ GRESS AND ENTERPRISE WIN BY A MAJORITY OF 1 32 VOTES STILL AHEAD This county held an exciting and closely contested election on the 1 3th inst on the proposition to take 50000 Stock in the L C V R 11 which is to begin at Winchester Ky and run to Beattyville Ky Said railroad is to be completed as an independent line of railroad with rolling stock within 12 months from date of Lee county being subscription the last of the three counties on the line of the road to vote on this all opposition conproposition centrated in this county to defeat the road A combination was made of outsiders old fogies and moss backs of this county and they came in full force to defeat this great enterprise but went harm- Â¬ less to the wall before the strong breeze of enterprise and progress that swept over this county on that day and since their de- Â¬ feat they like Flat Creek and Bald Knob of old have nothing left to say but to threaten to secede from the county or not to vote for the friends of the road in future elections but let cm come Lee county is situated on the Kentucky river with her county seat at the three forks This county has in her border boundless coal fields great beds of iron ore of a valuable quality and magnificent forests growing many of the valuable hard woods with the advantage of a beautiful pool of slack water extending 10 miles up the river caused by the dam erected here in 886 by the Federal Government This pool makes this point the most desirable site for steam saw mills of any place in Kentucky With a railroad Lee county will soon increase her population from 5000 to 50000 Her 139000 acres of land will increase in value from 500000 to Without railroads 5000000 her destiny is poverty ignorance and crime The people of this county have great confidence in V the building of the L C R R as contracted and a better feeling exists in the counties of Lee and Estill Novis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iron Field Seeds Harness rd a fine new line of Wall Paper and Decorations Cor and at very lowest prices Uroadway aud Lewis Streets Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in FRANKFORT Feb- - - - KENTUCKY 24 tf NOTIGE THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THATl have bought from Mrs Addle Garrett admin Â¬ istratrix of E Whltesldes deceased his entire Interest In the ueensware GlasswareLamp 1 Fancy Goods Of all descriptions The Furniture STOCK Undertaking LARGEST STOVES GRATES Vases Â¬ BUSINESS And have sold one half Interest In my business to Brass Goods Goal Hods apparatus Teachers prepare yourselves for the Institute on the 27th of September We wish to make it the best ever held in the county Compulsory education and Fed- Â¬ eral aid to education are gaining Have patience ground daily friends as soon as we can get rid of some of the old political fossils that are opposed to common schools we will get what we need Â¬ W S DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be And at prices that cannot be dupli cated ever seen in one House in Frankfort before Dont forget the place Â¬ STATEN DEHONEY JNO T BUCKLEY St Clair Street And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf JOS T STATEN P IT7ILL VV of TJ MAJOB KY ATTORNEY AT LAW Fit ANKF0HT PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS Fianklln Carroll Gallatin Boone Owen and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and In the Federal Court Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor Manufacturer and Dealer in- - Programme of the Frnnklin County Teachers Institute to be held at Frank fort Kentucky commencing Tuesday September 27th and continuing four days IltOaitAMME TUESDAY BEPTEMBEK MOBNINQ Â¬ STEAM ENGINES BOIERS WM CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w 27TII Distillery Milt ana Agricultural Machinery 1000 1010 1020 1040 1100 Devotional Exercises Music Opening Address Jno L Scott Response T B Ford Organization AFTERNOON DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing and Eepairing Promptly Attended to Agent for 1 Heal Estate Agont IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Office opposite Douglas 225 School Organization and Disci pline S A Hulfltte 310 Appropriate School Furniture Apparatus etc Miss Nannie Tracy 310 Practical Hints on Teaching Read ing Miss Bello Huletto ing W EVENING 130 Music 140 Best Method of Teaching Spell Â¬ WILL June PRACTICE J Â¬ 4 iboixjIeik t7 ori2s Columbus Steam Pumps 123 Lewis OrXj-A-- S ZEIfcTOKCIfcTIE and -- 2ST3D Â¬ 25 ly JAS A VIOLETT tSSBND FOR PRICE LIST VIOLETT St Near the River Frankfort Ky JA9 ANDREW SCOTT Â¬ SCOTT H G MATTERNS CAPITAL 730 Institute Sociable WEDNESDAY HEFTEMDEB MOUNINO FiSS SSZ23i 28TII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Music Devotional Exercises Roll call with Quotations Primury Reading Garrett Reed 1015 Object Lesson with Class Miss Loula P Coharn 1100 Vocal Music in the Common Schools C H Parrent AFTEHNOON 980 910 920 935 COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties stairs In tho Duvall Building Jan 22 tf ART GALLERY 342 MAIN STREET DR J S COLLINS the best of the best the other people Choic Coal Flour made in the World C themselves When they get ready Innis to whip me I guess they know Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square KINDS SCREENED 1100 Penmunship How to TenchA where I live and I know how to Comics Poles and Window Fistures ALL family use DOUHLE Delivery Prompt Full J Huletto Weight Bottom Prices take care of myself 1130 Query Box Questions I AFTEHNOON F A H Dowden Telephone connection No 3d 130 Music A SPECIALTY We have seen the little boy 140 Morals and Manners An Essay L0D6X NO 6 KHTS BVMtT If ON GEO B MACKXXXT by Miss Lou B Cromwell mANKFORT KY Willis Dowden who was reported CAPITAL VUMngbrotharaooidiailj Invited 337 MAW oTKKrr JAfl KUBBAY M U Be 210 Civil Government Should It FRANKFORT KY All the latere 10 imve uecn su uiiiiicrcuuiiy ueuit j J B WOLU1H Sm Taught Why CH Parrent Dec8 f 1030 Importance of Monthly Exami nations Orul and Written Miss Maggie Johnson Benson Ky Aug 20 1887 OPP OFFICE MAIN STREET withoutRODMANthe Editor Roundabout pulii by Teeth extracted 140 Physiology Dr S E James 230 Hisory Its Importance How to In your paper of this date there use of Nltrouse Oxide or laughing gus Teach it -- J P Huletto a paragraph stating that 300 Primary Arithmetic Mius Pearl appears W C MACKLIN a man by the name of Dowden L F COMPTON Scofield evening who had whipped his little boy C0MPT01T MACKLIN Music unmercifully and forced his little on Education Tlios AV 730 Lecture IHOIBIETOIW child to drink nine dippers of Scott wau uuuii wiiippuu 815 Music wuiirr inuw 825 Address Capt James Blackburn Mr Editor I simply wish to say Mills that this whole thing is a lie from TJIUIIBDAY HEITEMIIEU 29TII HAVE TIIK FULL- beginning to end MOIININO Music Â¬ I he originators are a set of med 900 Devotional Exercises low down thieves dling and 920 Roll call with Maxims AND MAMNTACTUHK 930 Language Lessons Garrett Reed scoundrels who think they can at- Â¬ 1000 Primary Geography Miss Belle tend to other peoples business grades Six of 130 Music DENTIST PORTRAITS IN CRAYON -- AND ALSO- - FHOTOGEAPHS Of all Sizes at Beduced Price Aercbmvr Elkhorn Roller -- sacEai Cheap HOLLER SYSTEM runiii i un Â¬ better than COFFINS l i hhhpmfwi 0 0