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The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X FRANKFORT KY SEPTEMBER 3 1887 Number 51 THE FIRST OF THE SEASON m JUST RECEIVED BY HUDSON Harp Died Infant of Richard Black abee of Flag Fork of dysentery The picnic on the Flat Creek pike was largely attended and all enjoyed themselves William Harrod who has been HUMPHRIES one without thought of the other He does not seem to have lowered the Professors standard of ethics but rather serves as a stimulant to a higher code of greater purity Mrs Josephine North feeling herself somewhat aggrieved swore out a peace warrent from the office of Esquire Lee against John B Mrj Harrod had a war- Â¬ Harrod rant of arrest served on Mrs North and Miss Emma Marshall for breach of the peace The cases were tried before Esquire Lee at the Harp school house on Friday resulting in the acquital of J B HarVod fining Dan Harrod one cent and costs and also fining Miss Em ma Marshall five dollars and costs The Parties are all neighbors and a misunderstanding among the children was the cause of the Â¬ CASSELL Come Early and Make Your Selection bachelor of Harp created quite a sensation as well as a surprise to his friends by appropriating and and reducing to his own posses- Â¬ sion the daughter of Mr Albert Miss Rosa Warfield Warfield They were married at the residence of Rev J A Peters that gentle man officiating at the ceremonies Mr Harp has the good wishes of all his friends in his new venture number but the long delayed and Let us dance on thonmls Where the blue much needed rain coming on at Let us dance letw aters roll on the sands dance that time they most hospitably All pleasant things must have threw open the door and invited j an end It was with many regrets all to enter where they were all that camp was broken and all dis royally entertained at Progres to their homes wishing sive Eucher seats being pro- persed that good fortune would so favor vided in true Turkish fashion all might meet again Ladies were never known to that Query What made night hid- Â¬ fail in an emergency and this eous time was noj exception for they had thoughtfully provided appro- Â¬ priate prizes for the occasion Mr R E Hawkins the great The merriment of the party was watermelon raiser says that we put much accelerated by the arrival of the following guests Messrs Col- his patch on the wrong mans land lins Tachau Walker Mart South It should have been on the land of and Trumbo After the award Mr Colon Jones and not Gen ing of prizes bountiful refresh- Scott Browns We make the ments were served after which amende We are under obliga the guests departed when the tions for another superb melon spirits of the party were at their height and remained so until the cock crew in the morning which CARPENTER kind and thoughtful fowl think LECOmPTE too much quiet reigned ing stationed himself at the door of SOUTH FRANKFORT KY the tent and made the beautiful Kentucky cliffs resound Imme Â¬ diately every thing in the camp was stir and bustle forked sticks AND with pieces of bacon attached were weilded over the fire and heads of the crowd and the typi PHARMACEUTISTS cal camp coffee and corn bread when they made their appearance A SENE1UL ASSORTMENT OK orf the well washed table cloth spread on the floor of the tent DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMIOALSi were not to be despised Excursion by boats was made to a neighboring watermelon PERFUMERY patch where the first sounds that greeted the ears of the party were FANCY TOILET ARTICLES strains from a violin which was sufficient to arouse the Terpsicho PHYSICIANS rean propensities of all and im mediately a lively quadrille was formed when to use a slang ex pression they were soon raising Ouefully compounded Patent sand The old song suggested Pare Wines nud Lienors for ltedieuu medicinal itself puposwr u- j Be Â¬ Mr Jonah Neals infant child died of congestion of the brain en last Wednesday morning the loth inst The infant child of Robert Mitchell died of dysentery on the 7th inst Both the above have our warm- Â¬ est sympathy in their bereavement O B Polsgrove has moved from Each losing the only child he had this section to become a citizen of Mr Neal has lost three children Frankfort We hope he will not quite recently only succeed in whatever he may At the picnic on Bald Knob engage in but that he may become pike last Saturday were collected one of the prominent men of Frank- Â¬ the beauty and chivalry of the fort in her future history Dancing and festivity section Mrs Bettie Polsgrove wife of were the order of the day After O B Polsgrove after a stay of a superb burgoo dinner the ladies four months in Caldwell Kansas and gentlemen gathered around Kentucky the speakers stand and listened to has returned home lias its charm and not many can addresses made by Dr Wilson leave her cheerful borders without Messrs Cromwell and Johnson a longing desire to return Mrs Hon J A Scott and J D Kehoe Polsgrove says the drouth has Every one at the picnic went home caused a gloomy appearance in that satisfied with himself and all the rest of the world part of the country Our old friend M S Urban Prof Tracy with that exceed was married to Miss Terhune of ingly bad boy of his has comLawrenceburg Ky last week menced teaching the Public School We hope their journey through at Polsgrove school house An life may be smooth and pleasant attractive feature of the Professors May they enjoy many memorials peregrinations is his love for chilof their happy union We learn dren music and Sunday schools Mr Urban with his beautiful These make him a welcome visitor bride will shortly remove to in every neighborhood That Hempstead Texas where he will mythical incorrgible lad has grownprobably permanently locate up as the Professors vivid fancy expanded until you can not see Thomas Harp a facetious old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ quite ill for some time with gastritis is slowly but steadily improving Our farmers have about completed their threshing The grain crop was somewhat shorter than was anticipated A good refreshing shower has made every thing look quite pleasant and the prospects for a crop are somewhat brightened Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trouble Jett A merry party left here recentfish fry on the river among whom were Misses Retta Pilkington of Sedalia Mo and Mary Price of Cincinnati guests of Mrs Botts Carrie Hanly Liz zie and Jennie Jett Annie South May and Eloise Trutnbo Messrs Hanly Allan Emulus and Ruff Cromwell Randolp and Thomas Jett Jerry South and Bob Cru tell er Â¬ ly for a DRUGGISTS Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Resor of Cincinnati who made the most vigilant of chape rones aided by cups of cold water and switches of enormous size succeeded admirably in banishing sleep and keeping up the good natured spirits of the crowd The party was gotten up with great care by the young men who ever mindful of the comfort of the fair sex had provided a tent of ample dimensions for their The party was chaperoned by Â¬ PRESCRIPTIONS WfiFi Htwljpi3mwjjwjiFw jtwh ftoh mc Lrtitkiti M m Personals j Mr Will Banta Fair Wednesday I Miss Norah Baker of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs Clarence Egbert the attended the Lexington past week will return home this morning For the Boundabout1 Strange Islands D n McCrcary and wife were Ex Ciov at the inauguration at Miss Jennie Hunter of Versailles tended the inaugural hop Gen Cassius M Clay of Madison coun ty attended the inauguration Rev Dr J M Lewis wife and daughter were in the city on inauguration day Robinson Collector 7th Gen J l District was in the city on Tuesday Mrs A C Morris and son are visiting Mrs Morris father Col Thos Rodman has Miss Eugenia Lewis of Midway been in ihc city this week visiting friends Mrs J H Told left Wednesday after noon for a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Mr J A Coons and family have return ed from a visit to friends in Fayette county Miss Katie Lawler of Monterey Owen cbunty has been visiting friends in this city Mr Harry U ODonncll left Wednesday for New York to purchase a fall stock of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Inscribed to T J T and S Mrs M S Patteson and daughter Miss nv N s c Alice who have been visiting relatives in In the wondrous land of shadows this city and county for the past week left In the land beyond our ken u group of sunny Islands Wednesday morning for their home it LiesPeonled br 11 rnce of men Never child or woman seen there Springfield Illinois J NO SPECULATION But a Safe Investment And make us lose the sood we oft might win By fearing to attempt We often hear the 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 The country is just beginning to realize what St Paul has done in late years and what a future it has before it There is no city in the 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 Â¬ ing conservative agencies in the respective cities during April 1887 speaks for itself Population disorder relpns supremely Mr Walter Franklin and wife and Miss But Andjilscussion rules the hour Loulie Wiard returned Thursday trom a They are neither monks nor convicts Willing subjects nre these men visit of several weeks to Mr Robt II Theyve n legend credence Rive It Franklin and wife in St Paul Minnesota With a faith I dont Intend must be cherished accompanied by Mrs R B Franklin and Thnt their Islnndnil their lives Kept secluded And If vows nre ever broken children Each will be 11 slave to wives Messrs Dan OSullivan and O J Crom- Â¬ So they live deluded mortals Strange to stiy and sad to tell well of the Louisville Commercial E Frnld to venture through the iwrtali Polk Johnson of the Courier Journal W To the laud where women dwell you guess what race T Havens of the Mt Sterling Sentinel F Can Fill these Islands fur of people uway of the Paris KentuckianJ Then Ill whisper keep the secre- tL McChesney uacneiors nre iney Wilson of the Louisville Times and July 28 1887 were among the press representatives who As we stated a few weeks attended the inaugural ceremonies on Our doubts are traitors Tuesday Col Morris B Belknap of Louisville was the guest of Mr M P Gray on Tues- Â¬ day Mrs C Herancourt and daughter Lillie are attending the Lexington Fair this week MissLorena Young left Wednesday for Midway to attend school at the Orphans Miss Home Mrs Ben T Quinn of Georgetown has been visiting the firmly of Mr W S De honey this week Mr R K McClure left for Uoston and New York on Thursday to purchase his fall stock of goods Mrs J IJ Hawkins and daughter have returned from a two months visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Georgetown Mrs Mollie Jamison ICy andMrs Grigg of V i a I i ifi i i M Nicholasyille South Side Stephens Mrs Augusta Parkinson and Miss Lucy Patteson of Springfield Ills are visiting relatives inthis city c Misses Annie and Emily Thomas left Thursday afternoon for Boston Massachu setts to visit Mrs George Darsie Miss Katie Nelson of Mercer county has been visiting the family of her uncle Mr C C Furr for the past week Mrs Maxey and MissEffie Lewis Neely of Mississippi came down from Midway Tuesday to attend the inauguration Mr Robert M Patteson and Mr Millerof Springfield Ills are visiting friendstiear Woodlake this county Miss Flossie French of Raton New Mexico is visiting her grandparents Mr Win French- and wife in this city Miss Maud i Hutchinson and Miss Florence Hutchinson of Nicholasville are vis iting Mrs Jack Long South Frankfort Mr W THavens of the Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat was in town inauguration day and made us a pleasant call Judge H W Bruce and wile of Louisattended the inauguration and ville brightened our sanctum by their presence Misses Katie and Annie Baker of Lex ington who nave ueeu visiung rciauvca m this city returned home Wednesday morn ing Senator L M Martin and wife who have been visiting Mrs Martins parents Judge and Mrs Bush left for home on Friday morning Rev G C Faris and Mr Peter Jett attended the meeting of Louisville Presby tory at Jeffersontown Jefferson county this week Miss Addie Lawler who has been visit ingfiiends In this city for several months left Wednesday afternoon for her home in Chicago Ills Mrs John Will Johnson and daughter left Friday evening for Chattanooga Tennessee to join her husband and make that city her future home Mr and Mrs W O Padden of Springfield Ohio and Wm B Hay and J P Wayts of Cincinnati are visiting Mr M R Wayts of the South Side Judge Caswell Bennett of the Court of Appeals and wife have returned to the city for the fall term of court and have taken rooms at the Capital Hotel Messrs George and Sims Troutman of Eminence came up Tuesday to witness the inauguration and were the guests of Mr J C Morton and Miss Sallie Jackson - are visiting Mrs J ago we did not believe the stories bruited about that Dr T H Hud- Â¬ Benson son had attempted to defraud his Stock water very scarce foster father Now comes the Miss Lizzie Ryan is visiting in proof that we were correct in the Frankfort following card from Mr Stevens Miss Mary Pattie1 attended the himself viz Shelby Fair Orr Ky Aug 22 1887 Frank ToI the Editor of the Shelby News Miss Martha Crutcher of want to correct some erroneous re fort spent a week with relatives ports that have been circulated since the death of my vifev It has been reported and friends at Benson that the cause of my wifes trouble was D B Polsgrove has been very that Dr T II Hudson would not deed to him some ten much benefitted by two weeks back my farm I that I deeded property to Dr deeded the years since recreation at the Grayson Springs Hudson at my wifes request it was not it would do my Mitchell C Ryan the popular uive will totimeso tobutshe thought debt that pay a security me railroad man will spend a few was hanging over me at that time Now I days in Cincinnati and Columbus want to say in justice to Dr Hudson that he came to me about a year ago before he this coming week started to Kansas City Mo and wanted to told back Protracted meeting will com deed the property I could to me but Isettle arrange to him to wait until mence at North Benson Baptist the security debt before mentioned I Church next Sunday want to say further that Dr Hudson in a time after I deeded the property to Z T Hulker with a full force short he Dr Hudson made a will giv him of men is moving a hill for the R ing me the property back at his death and my wife knew it I will say further that R Co Dr Hudson his made me a deed giving Capt Wm Taylor is shipping a me not only the same property back but twenty five large amount of stone to Emi some hetwenty or for himself acres more There were had paid that ence for building and street work never any accounts kept between Dr Hudhis I Business is brisk all along the son and myself What I had was the wish all what he had was mine N R R from papers that have made mentioned of this line of the L Benson to Hatton getting out atlair would now please correct Wm A Stevens ballast rock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicago Buffalo Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit Minneapolis St Paul Omaha Toledo Duluth 750000 240000 227000 165000 155000 140000 Kansas City 140000 Highest Price per front Foot Highest Adjoining Acreage per acre Residence Business rroperty 6000 700 7000 3000 350 2000 3500 500 1500 1500 200 3000 2000 300 3000 2000 300 3500 Indianapolis 105000 90000 78000 50000 20000 1200 3500 800 300 1200 1100 1000 300 150 150 100 100 2000 5000 300 5000 1000 1600 The Twin Cities St Paul and Minneapolis are only ten miles apart from cen Â¬ to centre have only about Ave miles of a partly vacant space between them and tre have a common corporation line between them therein These cities which in 1880 had only 41000 and 46000 inhabitants respectively have now 140000 possibly l ewer 150000 each 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 the territory immediately tributary to T PAUL S immENSE TRADE Nineteen railroads run into the city ten of these being big trunk lines making it The Third Railroad Centre in the United States The completion this year of the Minneapolis Hault Ste Marie and Atlantic Road will give it direct communication with New York independent of Chicago and will pat it one hundred miles nearer the Atlantic coast We must congratulate the trustees of the district school for build- Â¬ No 14 Â¬ ing a new school house and se- Leestown will be opened on Moncuring Mr A J Hulette who is day next highly qualified as a teacher Bro P H Roberts assisted by One Lived the Other Died Brothers Reed Moore and SingleA woman formerly our slave is now our beton are conducting a very interest cook About eighteen months ago she conschool came sickly and had a cough and was she ing and prosperous Sabbath fined to bed and it was thought that at Benson Church I am sorry to had consumption The treatment by physay some of the members and sicians failed to give relief In December a deacons living in sight dont at- Â¬ 1884 a node or knot the size ofthe goose egg stomach pit of Â¬ Â¬ The school in district jit tie Head of Â¬ Main on lie pilssissiii Â¬ And only one hundred miles from Lake Superior it can langh at the terrors of the Inter State Commerce Law The rich country all around is filling 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 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STOCK YARD tend Â¬ Â¬ We are told two young men keeping batch and breaking rock subsisted on on the railroad watermelons and 25 pounds of flour for one month and strange to say they have not had a chill to date In our last issue we stated that Co had Messrs G W Miller made an assignment when we should have said Mr G W Mil- Â¬ ler as his partner did not assign Charles Coleman colored was arrested and lodged in jail at Flem ingsburg Ky Monday afternoon for a vile assault committed on two white women at Bald Hill late Sunday night Colman worked on a farm adjoining the premises of Mrs Ringwood a widow and went to her house broke down the doors knocked the woman down and Miss Nellie Sweeny aged nineteen of Maysville who was a The guest of Mrs Ringwood women fought him like tigresses Â¬ formed just above the which when lanced discharged matter for 8 or 9 months One of these also lormed under her arm and three on her back which discharged matter for a considerable For six months of this time she was time confined to the house and most of the time in bed The stomach often refused food She used by rejecting what she had eaten a great deal of medicine but failed to be cured I bought one bottle of your B B B made in Atlanta Ga and gave it to her and she commenced to improve I then bought and gave her three bottles more and she continued to improve and in two mopths time her cough had ceased her constitution strengthened appetite and di Â¬ gestion good all discharges ceased nodes or knots disappeared and she went to work apparently healthy and fattened up greatly P pflCW BE ONE INDUSTRIES There are more millionaires hero than in any city of twice its size on the Continent All the causes that have for the last five years operated to make St Paul a great city are working more strongly than ever and being in the centre of the richest and most rapidly developing part of the United States St Panl and Minneapolis WILL SOON IMMENSE CITY same age who was affected in precisely the She same way and about the same time had a node or knot on pit of stomach back She did not take any B B B and the etc node on her stomach ate through the cavi- Â¬ She continued on the dtcline and ty wasted away and finally died Or have largely advanced in value ifeThese were two terrible cases of blood here is sure to net the owner from poison one used B B B and was speedily cured the other did not us e it and died It is most assuredly a most wonderful blood purifier I refer to merchants of this town This woman had a married sister of near By every argument that can be drawn from the past by every present material condition by the certain promise of the citys situation and surroundings by every proof which has been tried in the experience of city growth St Paul feels assured that the era of prosperity now upon the city is to witness changes more astounding and more satisfying than those whioh have already made it the wonder and admiration of all whose good fortune it has been to visit the city and in a measure become ac quainted with her institutions We have a large number of Southern customers and all their investments have either been sold out at a large profit in some cases Tnree Hunflrea 26 TO 100 ROBT B FRANKLIN per cent per An flipm investment made with moderate judgment FIB CENT FSB AlTNTTaC ODIN O CLAY Yours truly May 1 Â¬ W T Romnson 1886 Tishabee Ala A Â¬ Sheriff Released Â¬ Evening Jow nal The Fincel Bros know how to advertise Such business men as GLOBE BUILDING Their these will always succeed unique advertisement in the Jour blood purifier Signed J K Hoicomiik Jr Sheriff of Haralson county Ga nal has attracted a great deal of attention They are liberal gentle All who desire full information about the REFERENCES BY PERMISSION men and deserve liberal patron cause and cure of Blood Poisons Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings Ulcers Sores Rank of Kentucky National Bank of Virginia age Rheumatism Kidney Complaints Catarrh Farmers Bank of Frankfort State Bank of Virginia etc can secure by mail free a copy of our Deposit Messrs Thomas Searcy and Thomas There are several steamboats 32 page Illustrated Book of Wonders filled Branch Bank of Kentucky Planters National Bank Stranger of Sangamon county Illinois laying up here waiting for the with the most wonderful and startling proof Richmond Frankfort Ky passed through this city Wednesday after ever before known BLOOD BALM CO Address noon on their way to visit their old homes navigation of the Kentucky river The Bank of Minnesota Atlanta Ga Aug23 iru iu Anderson county to open St Paml Minn may 28 1 y Â¬ For a period of sixteen years I have been afflicted with catarrh of the head which See baffled the use of all medicines used ing the advertisement of B B B I pur- Â¬ chased and used six or seven bottles and although used irregularly have received great relief and recommend it as a great GLAY FRANKLIN REAL ESTATE DEALERS ST P TJL IMIXZTIfcTIESOTA Â¬ Va mwmmmmmmmwmwii iimmmmmmmmmmm 3 From the Argus J Inauguration Ceremonies into office of Gen S B Buckncr as Governor of Kentucky took place on Tues day last in the Capital grounds and was witnessed by an immense concourse of people from all parts of the State There were fully 10000 people in the State House yard during the ceremonies The induction Â¬ m I gratifying significance than as a mere manifestation of your personal regard for your incoming I interpret it as a testi- Â¬ Governor monial of the profound respect strt which tle people of Kentucky en live tertain for the exalted position to The States originally invested witi all which their suffrage has called powers of government have freely ptrtcd reli- Â¬ him and of their confident with a portion of their former sovereignly by conferring it upon a common govern ance upon the benign protection ment of all the States reserving to them Â¬ of the law which it is his special selves the rights of local self government Broadway province under his oath to see ton street to Broadway east on Each government is supreme within the to Capitol Square where the procession faithfully executed limits of the powers granted to the one ana disbanded reserved by the others and while it is the -- In this view your presence on In moving into Broadway from Wash duty of the States to support and maintain ington street the military marched on the this occasion affords me unspeakin the general government all the powers of the railroad trick and the south side When the people able pleasure that have been conceded to it it is equally balance of the procession on the north the duty of the general government to re When its center reached the en- learn to regard the representatives side spect those that have been reserved by the grounds the military of constituted authority with con- Â¬ trance to the Capitol States and by the people The line of halted wheeled into line and saluted the tempt they will soon lose respect demarkatioi between the powers of these Governor and Governor elect as they left distinct governments is not always clear The Committee of Recep for the law itself and et its salu the procession but when defined by the highest judicial This tion at the entrance to the Capitol grounds tary restraints at defiance tribunals should be recognized and main received the Governor and Governor elect must speedily lead to the despot- Â¬ tained by the governments and by the peo Â¬ and the Committee of Escort and conduct ism of the mob to be followed by ple ed them to the stand Kentucky the first born of the Constitu of organized At 1140 the Governor and the despotism as long as I govtion has ever been foremost in advocating find But ernment the rights of the people in the National Governor elect were conducted to the people manifesting a becoming Councils and the blood of her children has the stand by the Committee of respect for their own institutions ensanguined every battlefield from the lakes to the gulf and from Canada to the stand on all proper occasions I know Escort The seats on the plains and mountains of Mexico in main taining the just powers of government and were occupied by a large number that their liberties are safe and in promoting the independence prosperity popular prosperity assured of prominent citizens of the State Wanted A white cook for a and greatness of the United States Her But delighted as I am to meet past history is a pledge of her future devo family of two persons B Beck Apply to among them Hon Jas you here there is a single sad cir- Â¬ tion both to the cause of the people and E Power it C S Blackburn cumstance which materially mars J and Hon to the government they have established for themselves the pleasure of this happy hour Kentuckys Senators and Tonsorial Torment A In the administration of the internal af It is the absence from this stand Story of Uarberism fairs of the State many questions of diffi Jas B McCreary culty and of delicacy have arisen and At 12 oclock the ceremonies of my illustrious and belovedÂ¬ Every man who has ever been others will doubtless arise The State is greatthe grand were opened with prayer by the predecessor indebted to my distinguished predecessor in a barbershop has grown familiar hearted man who but four short in connection with the Legislatures which with the tonsorial artists bland and Rev Mr Penick of the Episco- Â¬ years ago delivered back untar- Â¬ have been convened under his administra- stereotyped You next sir pal Church at the close of which nished to his countrymen the tion for having settled some of the most When you read the following ex- Â¬ important of these questions on a satis Gov Knott stepped forward and most sacred and dignified trust factory basis while others for want of perience of a gentleman in North they could repose in him and adequate authority in the Executive depart Carolina spoke as follows which an experience ment have not been fully solved It will thousands have suffered the bland retired from his high office bear-Â¬ Ladies and gentlemen be my duty to recommend at the proper I am profoundly gratified to see ing like a crown of stars upon his time the enacting or laws which will tend Knight of the Razor Strops stereo- Â¬ to a solution of all unsettled questions in typed exclamation to the new large concourse of my fellow venerable head the affectionateÂ¬ this benedictions of a noble and generthe interests of the common welfare and of comer in his shop will have a new citizens assembled without regard the peace and dignity of the Common Â¬ Stricken by the Read to political predilection or party ous people wealth In the difficult and various duties and peculiar significence which devolve upon me to perform I will and remember what to do in case affiliation to testify their respect hand of disease and languishing endeavor to give mature consideration to you should have similar a unfortu- Â¬ for the distinguished gentleman upon a bed of suffering there is every case as it may arise and act to the not a genuine Kentucky heart Terry Writes who has been chosen to the Chief best of my judgment in the interests of the nate experience 1 people ever bearing in mind the funda Executive Magistracy of our State to day untouched by a pang of Reidsville N C tenderest sympathy for his afflicof our government that mental principles March 12 1887 J and who is about to assume the office is a public trust to be exercised in I had barbers itch Gentlemen discharge of its impprjtant and per- Â¬ tion and not a tongue unmoved the interest of society in accordance with by a ferventprayer for his speedy The eruption plexing functions duty of for three months established laws and that the chief Grand and venerable the Executive is to take care that the law on my face was very bad I could He is in every way worthy of recovery Broad in his humanity as be faithfully executed His recent man not shave at all I took a course such a demonstrationIt will also be a most agreeable duty to election to the most exalted posi yon all pervading sun he has co operate with other departments of the ofS S S and it completely cured government and with the people in pro me To day my skin js smooth tion known to the Constitution of reared for himself in the affections of his fellowmen a monument moting the development ot the wealth ol and complexion denotes good the Commonwealth adds but little Fellow Citjzens the State and in extending and diversifying blood T N Terry to his claims to your confidence more durable than sculptured Under a law established by a its industries and esteem His fame had already marble or memorial brass custom of years the chief exec- Â¬ Profoundly sensible of my own deficien fortify my own I know it has been the custom utive of His honorable been achieved the City of Frankfort is cies I will endeavorto tomy councils men The City Marshal of Iufca calling miss of my predecessors on retiring conceded the office of introducing judgment by the confidence of the people deeds had already been recorded commanding from the great office I am about formally to the people each newly and who I believe will render the State The gentleman who sent us the in imperishable characters upon intelligent service And the most stirring pages of his to leave to indulge to some ex chosen Chief Executive of the efficient and profuse in making promises following certificate is the City while I am not Marshal of Iuka Miss and is a countrys history His perfectly tent in a retrospect of their respect- Â¬ Commonwealth I pledge the people of Kentucky that to man of high character and promiBut whether rounded character blending in ive terms of service As present Mayor of Frankfort the extent of my ability I will execute the pleasant harmony every attribute that custom were better honored I have therefore the distinguished duties they have confided to me with nently known throughout the their that ennobles manhood has long in the breach than the ob- privilege to present to day His entire fidelitytoto return interests citizens of State His son had suffered inI desire to I have nothing to say Excellency Simon BolivarJBuck Frankfort my sincere thanksthe the kind tensely for six years from an erup- Â¬ been familiar as household words servance for What ner by free choice of the people welcome they have given me to day and to tion of the skin caused by poison around every hearth stone in Ken- of my official conduct All remedies it appears Mv acts Governor of the State of Kentucky assure them that I hope to convince them oak tucky Gifted with a strong and is written is written my them whether important or trivial have In doing this it is my pleasure to during my residence amongstgreetingof they failed until fortunately S S S comprehensive intellect richly appreciation of the kindly stored with the treasures of useful become a part of the inexorable say not more as a public servant have extended to me I am prepared Mr was tried when the cure was made Here learning and the fruits of an immutable history of the State than as a private individual that Chief Justice Iryor as a preliminary to with wonderful promptness No comment or explanation the distinction is one in which I entering uponof the discharge of theofduties is what this gentleman says active and varied experience in Ken of Governor the Commonwealth Gentlemen My son had sufthe affairs of men honest of pur- of mine could enlarge their effect take an inexpressible pride and tucky to take the oath of office prescribed fered for the past six years with an by the Constitution pose deliberate in judgment in- or diminish their consequences satisfaction Fullyadvised as are flexible in justice determined in I have simply endeavored to do most of those who are here presChief Justice Wm S Pryor eruption on his legs caused from poison oak and cracking of the my duty as I have been given to ent of the wisdom the courage execution humane in disposition the oath of office to feet Nothing seemed to eradicate understand it If I have done or and the integrity that have charac- administered and inspired at all times by that anything that has terized the walk thus far of this Gov Buckner after which Dr G the poison from the blood until I passionate uride in the honor nnrf suggested grandeur of his native State which cnured t0 tne advantage of the particular citizen I have a con- C Kelly pronounced the bene Â¬ gave him one bottle of Swifts Specific This entirely cured him always indicates the genuine Ken Commonwealth it will be grate sciousness that from this hour of diction fully appreciated by a just and his induction to the public duties and I heartily recommend it to I predict for him one of tuckian the purest and most successful ad- enlightened people If I have he must perform to that in which Rev George Darsie will arrive the public as a sure cure for poison ministrations that everadorned the erred at any time a generous and as his beloved and honorable in the city Wednesday next and oak confiding constituency will forgive predecessor has just done he must annals of the Commonwealth Treatise on Blood and Skin will commence a protracted meet Â¬ me Diseases mailed free Heis however about to enter retire there will be no stain upon I should be deaf to the dictates his career and no just reproach ing at the Christian Church on upon the discharge of duties which The Swift Specific Co of n1v wn sentiments of unaffected upon njs actjon that evening are as diffi cult as they are responsi- Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ halted wheeled into line and received the Governor with a salute after which the march was resumed notlh on High street to Mero street west on Mero street to Ann street south on Ann street until the right of the military reached Main wlrr it lnlted wheeled into line the Governor elect and received And after which the escort with a salute resumed uet on Main street march w to St Clair south on St Clair street to Wrpjung street west on Wapptng street to Wilkinson street north on Wilkinson sti H n Main street east on Main street to Washington street north on Washing Â¬ The hour for parting 1 oclock a m was indicated by the firing of the cannon The first division wheeled at the Arcna1 into column of platoons right in front and marched into and east on Broadway A soon as the second division street was uncovered Ity the first it fell into the rear of the first division and was fol Â¬ The line of lowed by the third division inarch wis at on Broadway to High Mreet north on High street urltil the center of the military was opposite the front of the Governors mansion whon it 1 ble That he will be frequently misled I fear will be true That he is liable to err I will not preHe would be more tend to deny All he wcte not than humanif him in his who have preceded great office have done so and so will all who shall come after him But as a matter of simple justice I would bespeak for his official con duct whatever it may be that fair and impartial consideration which honest high minded men have a right to expect of each other Let him not be condemned in any case without a hearing Let censure be reserved until his action shall have been calmly considered in the light of all the surrounding cir- Â¬ No honest man cumstances no just man would ask more could concede less Â¬ present demonstration has however a deeper and more Your Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or Â¬ - friendship however as well as untrue to my own sense of justice if I should fail to bear testimony to the ability integrity and fidelity with which my official associates have discharged their My inter- respective duties course with them throughout the entire term of my administration has heen marked by the utmost intimacy and frankness The heads of the other departments as well as my distinguished Secre tary of State who for more than ten years has been one of the most affectionate and trusted loyal friends my heart has ever cherished have been my constant and candid counsellors with regard to the conauct of affairs entrusted to their charge while the demeanor of the excellent and efficient clerical force in all our personal and official relations has invariably been characterized by the most pleasing courtesy and confidence Among them I have formed some of the most delightful friendships of my entire life and here at the close of a long and familiar association which I will cherish with affectionate remembrance to my dying hour it affords me the highest happiness to be able to say that in the discharge of their various duties not one of them has ever brought reproach upon his or marred the own character of the Commonwealth escutcheon with the slightest stain To them and to all my kind and valued friends in the city of Frank Â¬ fort I desire to say that my only pang of regret in retiring to the quiet and coveted walks of private life is in severing the most delight- Â¬ ful social relations I have ever I came into their midst known years ago almost a total but four stranger I leave them to day an affectionate and lasting friend Cultivated in taste refined in senti ment elegant in manner simple in habit genial and kindly in their deportment to others I have found them on all occasions the most agreeable neighbors 1 have ever had At every threshold I have been received by the open palm of a generous hospitality Oh every hand and from all classes I have been the constant recipient of kindly courtesy and unaffected re- Â¬ spect I go from among them with a heart overflowing with gratitude and affection which I have no language to express I can only ejaculate the fervent simple prayer that heavens richest blessings may be upon to them and theirs through life and that this beautiful little Capital with its un- Â¬ told wealth of historic memories may always remain as it has ever been the pride of every Kentuckialn and central jewel in the coronet of the Commonwealth Then Hon E H Taylor deliv- Â¬ ered the following address of wel- Â¬ come to the newly elected Govern- Â¬ or Â¬ It is my belief that like the fabled Ulysses of old he will bear with him through the Circean regions of political public life that magical white flower of Mercury which will prevent his hardening into stone and hold him unharmed to the end I present you the broad minded honorable gentleman you have chosen and I congratulate you upon having chosen so well After music Gen Buckner delivered the following inaugural address When I review the long line of distin guished citizens who have filled with signal ability the office of Governor of this State it is with diffidence that I enter upon the discharge of the duties to which I have been called by the people of Kentucky Grateful for the confidence they have re posed in me and actuated by a feeling of love and veneration for the Commonwealth I desire to bring to the discharge of these duties a purpose to merit as far as possi ble the generous expectations of the cit izens of the State and to promote as far as her chief Executive can do the interests of her people The duties of the office would be arduous under the simplest form of government they are doubly so under the complicated system under which we Â¬ Tattle Ridge Mr James B Lea left for Ten nessee this week for his health Miss Mamie Crim left for Indiana to go to school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There were lively times on Goose Creek last Saturdav Mr Sargent according to John promise took his club over and cleaned up the boys again The number of scores wis one hundred to nothing in favor of Sirgent After the ninth inning Sargent asked John Hayden the mtnager of Goose Creek club if he was satisfied that he could beat him He looked up with tears in his eyes and said he would never play the Tattle Ridge boys any more I think Sargent ought to get them a bat and ball and let them practice this winter and perhaps will get I think to the front next spring the hair grows too Ion on their heads That will be a job for Zeke as he was so kind as to attend to the peach orchard shoats he will surely see to the Goose Cieek boys Snooks Mitchell one of Sargents boys made 49 scotes and hurt his side He was asked next morning how he felt He said he felt like a bottle of Shamrock oil would help him There was also a foot race run for a horse by Mr Clint Showalter and Thomas Johnson The boys sight un- having traded horses sjen proposed to run a foot race to see who should havo both Tom won the horse Clint says the reason why he let Trim beat him was his pa said that there was one of two things he had to do he either had to move that horse off of his farm or move his wash- ing Clint being in love with a young lady close by was not ready to move yet That is the reason he did not get to the front Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmmtmmmmmGmmmm WW PflPpWWWWPWPIPW PJSIW mmmmmmmw nmm mwmvjmmmtmwmm H 5WFFufW -- 2 A vO FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort as second class mailable mutter Kentucky GEORGE A LEWIS Sclitoe FRANKFORT aaad Fia Tolislier SEPTEMBER 3 1887 The railroad election in Scott cdimty comes off on Saturday September 24th just three weeks We do not sec as from to day much preparation for bringing out the vote as we would like Can W not our friends of the Georgetown Times and the News stir up the minds of the good people by way of remembrance We are glad to note one thing however and that is that they have given outside railroad corpo- - The hose wagon rah all over About the gayest attempt at South Frankfort on Friday after spelling that we have struck lalely noon looking for the fire in Belle was a party undertaking to get point The alarm was telephoned away with the word auctioneer to the Exchange and a messenger It was spelled ocsunnerr sent from there to the Engine Shades of Webster WHITE HALL was never so well prepared to do first class work in House and in the hurry and bustle defend us this Department of getting out the driver was not We are authorized to announce instructed where to go Were this city provided with an electric that the C 0 and the L N fire alarm the bell on the tower railroads will sell tickets to the and the gong in the hoUse would reunion of the 22d Kentucky Reg have told the firemen in thunder iment to be held at Ashland tones the location of the fire and Kentucky on the 12th of Septemthey could have been on the ber at one fare for the round trip Gentlemen should anticipate their wants and make selections early thereby getting choice of Styles and giving plenty of ground in time to have saved val The tickets will be good until the time to have the work well made uable property And yet the 6th for return All old soldiers MR FITZPATRICK THE CUTTER never fails to please a grave and reverend seniors who are cordially invited to attend customer If you want good fitting and stylish clothes preside over the destiny of this patronize WHITE HALL Mr Richard Dehoney of the city think such a thing unnecesSTARES MAIN STREET Frankfort Base Ball Club had the CRUTCHER sary Â¬ Merchant Tailoring Department Â¬ FALL AND WINTER STYLES Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ rations to understand that they had better keep their money at home and not attempt to influence the purchasable element against the enterprise and that they will attend to any gentlemen who do so attempt in a way that they will not forget This is as it should be Let any one who attempts to bribe a voter be given his just deserts This is no time for foolishness and corruption It is a time when every man should do his best for the promotion of the general good The roaring farce now being enacted at Morehead and masque rading under the name of a court of law and justice has been grindÂ¬ Coal was discovered on Satur- Â¬ day in a ravine on the farm of Mr Allen Vaughan near this city Quite a quantity was found which had the appearance of having been washed out of the side of the hill and proved to be of a very good quality Mr Vaughan wilLdig into the hill sufficiently to ascertain the thickness of the vein and if the coal is found in paying quantities he will begin working the mine at once It is to be hoped that it will prove to be a valuable find misfortune vhen practicing a few days since to collide with Mr Ben Marshall when both were run Â¬ ning at full speed and was dashed violently to the ground and his nose was badly broken Dr Hume was called and adjusted the wreck and Dick is doing well at present and hopes soon to be cn- tirely well again to call attention to the advertisement of Mr J F McAdoo civil engineer He will open an office in the Bristol Land Improvement Co s building on Sept 1st Mr McAdoo was educated at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and has been engaged in practical engineering for many years He was a member of the Kentucky Geological Survey and is recently of the new town of West Nashville Tcnn He is prepared not only to do the highest character of engineering and surveying but also to furnish maps plans esti- Â¬ mates and costs for any class of buildings We recommend him the public feeling sure that he to will give satisfaction Bristol J 0 MASTIN G H MASTIN MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - Fanning implements SOI Main Nt XlAiVX Field seeds Buggies wagons VV AXVCJ QbJ We keep in Stock OLD HICKORY WAGONS Kentucky and McSherry Civil Engineering We desire GRAIN DRILLS Buggies Surreys Road Carts Of cver description HARROWS CUT- Â¬ TING BOXES CIDER MILLS and a fine line of Harness Saddles About half past six oclock on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ji ir n ing out a few more acquittals Pigman and Perry the wipers out of Craig Tolliver being the last brought in To read the verdicts of these wonderful juries one would be led to suppose that all the indicted parties are much abused and persecuted lambs that are muddying the stream above the wolf of the law Let the only remedy that will meet the case be used With Â¬ draw all the troops give every fellow a Winchester with a hundred catridges turn them loose and let Then abolish her go Gallager the county and try the survivors where the law can be executed and is not a mockery and a shame to Kentucky the queen of the Union By a singular mistake the Com- Â¬ We were in hopes that Gov missioner of Agriculture Col would retain Mr John F Davis was omitted from Buckner Clarence Egbert as his private the names of those whom Gov- Â¬ ernor Knott mentioned as his Secretary not that we have aught Monday morning the residence of Mr Nick Steffee the railroad bridge keeper was discovered to be on fire The alarm was sound- Â¬ ed and the firemen were soon on hand and the fire was extinguish ed The building was only par- Â¬ tially destroyed The loss was some 250 on the building and about 200 on Mr Steffees furni- Â¬ c ture The house was the property of the railroad company The fire was caused by a defect Tenn Nezvs Aug 16 ive flue We are glad to see that our estabThe conduct of some of the young friend McAdoo has in that thriving soldiers during their stay in our lished himself of midst was a disgrace to the State region and has every prospect fine business He is thor and to the uniforms they wore doing a oughly competent and will do all Drunken disorderly insulting to his charge in ladies and generally outrageous in work committed to were in hopes their conduct If they dont first class style We he would be here when the know how to behave themselves that building of the P G they should be taught and that in surveys and F R R are commenced but such an impressive manner that it seems otherwise they would not soon forget Â¬ h m m DO YOU We WANT THE EARTH bmt we will give you the cant give you that best in the city it it it tt Gents Shoe for Ladies Kid Boot for 300 250 200 250 200 if 1 OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION loved advisers in his reply to the presentation speech of Mr Murray on the occasion of the State officials presenting the Governor with a Col Davis is one silver service of Governor Knotts most loved and valued friends and the omis- Â¬ sion in the report is equally an- Â¬ noying to both against the new appointee as he is an entire stranger to us but we know that Mr Egbert is worthy and well qualified and he was always courteous and accommodating in his treatment of the repre Â¬ G AUTER CHICKEN Cholera Cure s A large stock and prices to suit the times I I m R K MSCLURE SALESMEN To solicit orders for our reliable Nursery Stock Good salary and Expenses or Commission Per Â¬ manent employment guaranteed Address at once stating age SNELL A HOWL AND July 9 2m Nurserymen St Louis Mo Â¬ I 1m sentatives of the press Col If all the appointments made by Gov Buckner during his term of office are as good and as worthily bestowed as his appointment of Assistant Secretary of State his administration will be a decided success There is no cleverer gen tleman in the Commonwealth than He cant help Willis L Ringo being a gentleman and a good officer It is his second nature Certain gentlemen had a slate arranged for Governor Buckner to appoint as his1 staff Wonder who mm- There are smashed that slate Ed Peyton who was sent to various and sundry rumors afloat the penitentiary from Henry county Let the boys only keep still and things will promulgate if you for manslaughter was pardoned by Gov Knott on Monday only give them time Billy Newhall says that it is an entire mistake about his re One of the Best Located Resi Â¬ signing his position as boss of the I trade with CWtH I wont trade with CW dences in South Frankfort Main street sewer The work was 1 nay 15 II Flncel Flncel where I buy cents cents for hams VIV3 for Hams ui iz stopped for a few days to keep Bacon 10 Lurd 8j und bacon 10 for lard and all kinds of Meat the I cant get tender stakes DR W H HALL OFFERS FOR SALS HIS Cross from interfering with the inaugural freshest and tenderest and conseauently I can t Mainhouse and and lot on the corner oftwo and streets The lot contains about aettt Thousands of dollars worth of at the Lowest prices get fat and rich and the house Is In good repair There are apple The Colonel is at his chickens die every year from Cholparade peach and plum frees In abundance upon the place two large pits stocked with Marshal Nell post again and dont propose to be era It is more fatal to chickens than roses and a green house planted with roses and heated with Hltchlngs Improved hot water all other diseases combined But the imposed on by any sharp con- Â¬ apparatus discovery of a remedy that positively TERMS EASY Ob W H tractor PUBLIC 18 HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT cures has been made and to be conTHE bought from Mrs Addle Garrett admin Feb BVly Apply to HALL vinced of its efficacy only requires a istratrix of E WhlteBtdes deceased his entire In the There were a large number of trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Interest men who became very weary be- Â¬ one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ Furniture antf Undertaking AND LOT FRONTING fore the day was over on Tuesday anteed If after using two thirds of THE HOUSE und the Louisville Turnpike ON street In a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly South Frankfort now occupied by S C Bull insomuch that their legs refused satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken And have sold one Dr Sam halt Interest In my business to toFor particulars Inquire ofJOHN B James or LINDSEY to carry them and friends had to Cholera return it to the undersigned Aug 18 2m and your money will be refunded rally to the rescue S Â¬ Â¬ for jsale FOR SALE 1 I I NOTIGE BUSINESS W Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE BY DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the Arm will be UOTIOE FIRM OF LeCompte July 23 Carpenter STATEN DEHONEY THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGI8T8 lr And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes Staten No 218 St Clair street May 8 tf JOS T STATKN Frankfort Kentucky Is this day dissolved by mutual consent Mr Jordan retiring O R Crutclwr assumes all the liabilities and will collect all accounts due the Arm of O R O R CRUTCHER Crutcher 4 Co 0 R CRUTCHER CO JulyJ tf WM JORDAN m I 5 FRANKFORT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 8 A Card I desire through the medium of the Roundabout to return Smoke the White Wing Cigar at my sincere thanks to Messrs 37 Gm licCompto Carpenters Payne Berry agents for the National Insurance Company of We are now enabled with our Hartford Conn for their prompt splendid new styles of job type and satisfactory adjustment of the and our more rapid facilities for loss which I sustained by reason printing by means of our new of the destruction of my household cylinder press to get out all sizes effects in the fire at the South of posters and dodgers as well as warehouse on the morning of August 26 the neater styles of bill heads If you want thoroughly reliable note heads ball and picnic invita insurance and with gentlemanly c and honest tion tickets programmes agents to attend to the Call and see us before you make matter you certainly will not be mistaken when you go to Payne your contracts for printing SEPTEMBER 1887 Â¬ By order of Governor Buckner Gen John B Castleman will re main on duty as Adjutant General until September 30 Major Wick liffe Chapman also remains in the office until that time Â¬ The steamer Hibernia brought up an excursion party to the inauguration on Tuesday numberMr Jas ing about five hundred T Duvall the old river man who came up with them says it was the largest lot of passengers ever brought up the Kentucky before Â¬ Â¬ V The work of putting a sleeve over the break in the 14 inch Arater main in the river was completed by the divers on Tuesday and the water turned in It is working all right and it is hoped the Water Company will have no further trouble with it Editor Kerr of the Jessamime Journal is out in a card in the Courier Journal of Thursday deny ing that he had absconded to avoid paying his debts and says the sale of his paper was straight He asks a chance and promises to come out Â¬ OK The public schools both white and colored will re open for the next term on Monday The teachers have all had a good long vacation and will no doubt be ready for the years work much refreshed and re invigorated by their rest Let all the parents see that their children are present at the opening and are regular in attendance if they wish them to make substantial and satisfactory progress Â¬ The people of Scott county are awaking to the responsibility that rests upon them and are coming up to the work nobly There is no doubt about the P G F railroad proposition carrying by a good majority The only question now is how large that majority will be Franklins majority was 1632 Bourbon saw our hand and went 104 better Scott now intends to look over the work done and then so they say make the majority an even 1800 We hope she may Â¬ Mr M M Cassidy an attache of the Courier Journal came to our city to the inauguration imagined himself to be a good sized demi john undertook to fill the demi john and carry it home with him and the usual consequences followed from his fooling with lightning He attempted to show the clerks of the Capital Hotel how he could have a circus of his own and kicked the plate glass door to the office out of his way Result a severed tendon that will be a remembrancer for the balance of his terrestrial sojourn For Sale or Rent A frame cottage of four rooms hall double nth Have frequent intermis- porches cellar well of good water Berry Respectfully sions for the youngest in the yard and stable on the premFlat Creek J B Lewis 2th Do not tell tales out of ises Lot 150 by 100 feet Price Assistant Editor Roundabout A national public school picnic school 2500 Apply at this office Ky Sept i 87 here to day Above all when you leave 13th 46 tf Frankfort m m The editor of the Roundabout the school room leave all the failTry the celebrated Eureka Springs Our neighbor of the Atgus is solicited to preside at the meet ures short comings and misdeeds Soap for bath and toilet at Chap comes up smiling this week with ing behind you 34 tf man Gavles the first number of volume two Flat Creek is a second Hudson m The school in the Leestown It has the appearance of having a in point of grand natural scenery district begins next Monday For cheap sugars call on J Mr Whitty Waldrop teacher Heeney South Side long and vigorous life before it 44 A public dinner that would The Squire takes his Democracy water the jaws of a Delmonico epi- Mr W comes well recommended Mediterranean Hybrid Wheat and if the parents will send their straight and unadulterated Suc- cure will be served to all W R and Seed Rye for sale children and send them regularly A competent singing master can and properly supplied with books Shaw Jotts Ky or G C Shaw cess to you Squire Aug 20 3t Frankfort Ky obtain a handsome compensation we will guarantee succees has Great curiosity been by applying to Tracy at the pubEvery teacher should be preFor Sale A lounge bedstead aroused as to the report made by lic school t pared to say something on one or and mattress A pply at this office some would be expert medical Never since the first infernal more of the subjects to be discussexaminers in a certain investiga- conception of a Georgetown rail- ed at the Institute Do not fail Read L B Marshalls adverroad did our corn and tobacco Those whose names are on the tisement in another column 47 tion held not long ago on the look more vigorous programme of course will open South Side as to the physical If you want seed wheat fine Plenty of chickens stock hogs horses cows Bro Dennis Harrod our es- up on the subjects development of a young colored teemed evangelist lectures every time will be allowed for discussion or calves read L B Marshalls adwoman The result is palpable Thursday night to large audiences Remember the Institute Social vertisement in another column 15 fine to each party engaged to be given on the first night of at our opera house 47 Septembut the silence as to the report is the And now it is reported that Bro ber Institute the 27th of S Mocha Try a box of C ominous John E Miles will shift his flour and Java mixed coffee at The school at Stedmantown mill to Flat Creek where his Rev T N Arnold will preach ing J Heeneys 44 mill whistle will not be confounded district No 11 will begin next at Mount Zion Church near Hat by a Georgetown locomotive Monday Miss Maggie Downey L B Marshall has1 a good lot All are inton to morrow week teacher cabin on Tadpole Hybrid seed of Mediterranean Uncle Toms vited to attend We will publish a full list of all wheat for sale will be patched in due season for 47 the reception of a public school the teachers in the county as soon to The district contains over 100 pu- as we are notified that all the Nothing more delicious than a bite both in the river and in the pils and the patrons are all well schools are in operation Sanborns Mocha cup of Chase and Java mixed coffee for sale by Supt creeks Countv The present cool weather able and should build for the J Heeriey South Side 44 will afford our fishermen some health and education of their benighted children a first class school BORN Blue Lick Water fresh from the splendid sport house In Lexington August 26 to the wife of G F Springs on draught at LeCompte boy weight 11 pounds McQueen Forks of Elkliorn It is reported by a lady witness Carpenters 36 We came up missing last week that at a late basket picnic on For Rent Brick house on Cedar over in Owen that a numMATTERNN best Photographs opposite State Miss Mattie Haines of Peaks ber of intelligent young men be- Clinton street Inquire of J J Quirin of all sizes reduced to half price Mill is visiting the Misses Coharn haved so ungallant as to toss the House 218 Lewis street 51 it LOOK at Woodlake heels over head young girls from the lunch tables in order to Miss Mattie Ely of Lexington is work A fresh lot of syrup of figs just re For Sale A No here visiting Miss Jennie Goddard seize and devour the food Our horse For further information ceived at Lecompte Carpenters Flat Creek boys are taught better apply at this office 39 i it South Side 5 Mr Ben Warren and family of manners m Louisville have been visiting relaApply to Mastin Bros for Foreign The Sultan of Bald Prompt Settlement tives here They returned home storage 43 Knob has become obnoxious to last week Co In the peasants of Flat Creek over his Messrs Jacob Swtgcrt Orders for Drennon Water received Our school will commence Mon late action on the Georgetown rail In the loss of at W L Jetts South Side 40 surance Agents day Mr C H Parrent of road wheat which occurred on the morn Bridgeport is our teacher Syrup of Figs The Creeks seem to decline to ing of the 26th in the burning of Manufactured only by the Califor Â¬ Miss Annie Enlow who has been secede from Franklin to unite with the ware house of Sam South in Syrup Co San Francisco visiting friends and relatives in this the Turks who propose to form a which we had twelve thousand nia Fig Natures Own True Laxa Â¬ Cal is vicinity returned home last Tues new kingdom whose capital shall bushels stored on which the Com tive It is the most easily taken day to Clifton be Jacksonville or Harpers Ferry mercial Union and Northern rep and the most pleasantly effective t known to resented by your agency had remedybilious or cleanse the system The Forks Mission and Mt costive to dispel when The City Schools will be open policies amounting to 4400 00 hwuiaches colds and fevers to cure Pleasant Sunday schools will picThis habitual constipation indigestion were adjusted on Saturday nic to day in the beautiful woods on Monday Monday morning we received a etc For sale m 50 cent- - and 10t of Mr Steve Black near the pond tf Bellepolnt check from the Commercial Union bottles by Chapman Gayle Miss Lena Kirtley of Frankfort and Northern for the loss sustained Blacksmith shop has been visiting Miss Jennie It is curious that the owners of by them all of which was adjusted on For Rent street Apply to upper Main Featherston houses for rent in Bellepoint do satisfactorily to us without any C R Gresham Second street not provide some conveniences in trouble whatever Mr C H Parrent of Bridge near Shelby 46 Miles Son port has moved to Stedmanville the way of water Most of the Place your farms and town lots for August 29 18S7 We expect to hear from him often tenants over Jiere pack water from a quarter to a half mile Several sale with Wm P Scott He will through the Roundabout of them might club in and sink a tf We still have on hand a well advertise them thoroughly Miss Lulie Coharn has just re- well cost much Wont assorted stock of white goods at For Rent A two story frame turned from a trip to Shelbyville The cost to build the house of your price Call and see for residence with five rooms and cellar and Pleasureville and will comon the corner of Logan and Campbell mence her school at Woodlake Mr Polsgrove that was destroyed yourself at A Harris by fire last week was 3 500 and streets Gas in the house and water Monday he had insurance on the same for Ammunition and shells loaded to in the yard Apply to W C Her- We attended the Franklin Asso 2000 Mastin Bros order at don Â¬ which our honorable friend Thos the champion quoit Rodman pitcher of the world and Ernest Jones who is par excellent in the quoit business formed a partner- Â¬ ship so as to beat the Field Editor of the Recorder and the editor of the Forks department of the Roundabout They accomplished their aim the score stood 7 to 0 Never play any game Moral with a Bank President unless you are well discounted and under no circumstances play with a singing master for he will never play you footed or a natural game a but invariably he will play you as For if they would treat a sharp a poor old Chinese and a poor old Colporteur so what would they do with any one else Vanity van ity all is vanity -- EDUCATIONAL Habitual Constipation Â¬ The following hints we give for And kidney and liver ills depend ing on a weak or inactive condithe benefit of teachers tion of the kidneys liver or 1st Be on hand promptly bowels are successfully and per 2d Open school exactly on manently cured only by the use of time the gentle yet effective laxative 3rd Dont talk too much 4th Organize and work at the and diuretic Syrup of Figs Its advantages are evident it is easily same time taken pleasing to the taste ac5 th Take a class roll 6th Learn names by having ceptable to the stomach harmless to the most delicate system and pupils write them Let each pupil select his truly beneficial in effect For 7th or her own scat reserving the sale in 50 cent and 100 bottles Chapman Gayle by right to change for cause 8th Dont say too much about A Singer sewing machine given order away with soap at W L Jetts 9th Dont punish unless abso- Greshams old stand 40 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lutely necessary loth Dont lay down the Â¬ lazv Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GaSr Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ciation last week which convened at Pleasant Ridge Church Spent two pleasant days with those good people and stopped ajl night with Bro Levi Scott in company with Rev A B Cabaniss of the Recor Â¬ der Thomas Rodman Ernest Jones and wife Mrs Bristow and Mrs McCoy We were entertained in royal style by the kind host and hostess After tea we had a very interesting game of quoits in 40 Cure has been introduced here 50 all to which it has It has cured INDUCE HOT WEATHER been given and is very popular A Harris the leader of fancy MENTS Ice cold soda water with our poultry raisers Sold by and staple dry goods and imported direct from the Arctic regions millinery LeCompte Carpenter 50 the best in the World at Chap Â¬ m Gaylas A new inportatiori of dress ging Â¬ New goods new styles and low man hams at A Harris tf 48 50 prices at A Harris 50 Blood Orange Empsons Ginger m The sale of chickens and eggs Ale and Drennon Water constantly county now Just received a line of tall dress that Ganters Chicken Cholera goods and notions at A Harris on tap at W L Jetts South Sido will increase in our ill Hfp igiP Wmm mi UUNRW WKHqiMM i 6 Communicated 3w vl Mi - its original form says he had no the Hewitt revenue law which re it these other races advance so Ladies idea of not permitting indebted Iccived so much attention during fast In delicate health needing a Why they save their money Jett Ky ness to be deducted Then sir the last campaign in the State if educate their children and help to gentle yet effective laxative will Editor Roundabout as you did permit it and as the taxes are not paid to day 6 per build each other up Let us find the California liquid fruit I have no desire to prolong a Legislature did permit it we look cent will be added to them This Let us remedy Syrup of Figs pleasing each other up controversy and what I have writ Â¬ to you and that august body for is unusuil and unprecedented in build us have more race to the taste acceptable to the Let ten in your issues of July 30th and an apology to the tax payers of Kentucky and has created quite a educate pride for if we fail to have any stomach and perfectly safe in all Aug 20t1i have been in the interest the State of Kentucky With stampede among the property else cases It is the most easily taken of the people of Kentucky and what wisdom says a victim is holders who have thronged the respect for ourselves no one have and pleasantly effective remedy will respect us Lets the Democratic party There is a the world governed Sheriffs office all day paying their money known to cure and prevent cos dissatisfaction of a most grievious Auditor Hewitt being the orig- Â¬ taxes The law has been unpopto dispel headaches Look at Frankfort with her tiveness character and that among the inator of the new assessment law ular all along but since the screws s colds and fevers and strengthen most substantial men of the party which I have been told by those are being tightened and the limit thousands of the and not a single business the kidneys liver and bowels and and unless there is a decided who have read it in original form in which to pay draws near the on is therefore a favorite remedy with change in the legislation of the taxed even the fences of the denunciation of the law has be- house among them Shame One or two snack houses ladies For sale in 50 cent and you State and the management of the farm must have watched with a come general and more open carried on 100 bottles by finances of same you may look tender care its passage through There will be an effort made to in constitutes the business of Frank- Â¬ Gayle Chapman 45 1 m race in the city for results more appalling than the Legislature and it does not be- some way modify the Hewitt Bill by our the great Com- Â¬ fort the capital of those of the last canvass As a come him now to say oh I did when the Legislature convenes monwealth of old Kentucky private citizen and a heretofore not intend it I had no idea of Shall we sit here and die I say we sound not permitting indebtedness to be looker on in Venice - no Among the Colored CitiLet us rally Let us move as the slogan and let him that hear deducted zens the world moves or we we will be From 40000 the eth take heed We have come to the Auditors left Excuse me Mr Editor Democratic majority has been re- Â¬ Agent act a law passed to adverBY MR PLEASE EVERYBODY this may be the last warning I We can not tise and sell real estate for taxes duced to 17000 Well What is it I want shall give can any one speak encour- Â¬ due the State The writer did not neither Do you agingly of results four years hence attend any of these sales but was Fifty thousand dollars On Wednesday evening Aug Yes 24th at 6 oclock Mr Thomas tide prevailed upon by the Auditors know where I can get it There is evidently an ominus N railroad company has Lee one of our oldest and most of no small dimensions manifest Â¬ agent to buy some of the adver- The L that much to loan out It is the respected colored citizens departed ing itself in the body politic of the tised property He did so be- Â¬ money they have collected off the from this life to join his many State lieving it was all right but before We say this much prefatory to doing so consulted Auditor Hew rich colored people this summer friends in that happy land of the PURELY VEGETABLE Mr Lee was well thought a few words in answer to quite a itt in person who assured him it who have paid all of their debts blest It icti with extraordinary efficacy on the in their winter coal and have of by all who knew him He was lengthy notice given the writer by was all right A test case came laid TIVEIt KDNEYS Mr John E Miles who comes up from the city of Louisville and a little money left over from their a pillar in the Baptist Church forward in defense of Auditor the act was declared unconstitu- excursion trips Well What do Some of the older citizens met at and Hewitt and as the poor mans tional and the writer finds now he you think about these excursions the residence of Mr Jas Coleman AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR friend in his right to the franchise has Auditor Hewitts deed with any how That depends upon on Clinton street to draft suitable Bowel Complaint Malaria upon all questions He and his the seal of the great State of Ken- Â¬ who runs them for what purpose resolutions of respect to his memIyspepsla Sick Headache Constipation BUlousneas True Tax payer came tucky while the Auditor neither they are run and on what day ory Among those present were friend Kidney Affection Jaundice they are run I do not believe Rev Henry Samuels Messrs R suddenly to the conclusion that the warrants nor defends the title nor Mental Depression Colic writer would have the tax paid will he place the party in pos that a minister of the gospel H Higdon Louis Harris Jas fifteen days before the assessment session ol the property so that he ought to engage in running excur- Â¬ Scott Jas Coleman John Shelton I think the two must have had a finds instead of buying property sions and I am gjad that Frank- Â¬ Henry Combs M C Johnson talk together otherwise I cannot supposed to have been legally fort has not got a minister so poor Wm H Mayo Robt Loomis No Household Should be Without It M Mr C see how they came to the same sold he has simply bought a law- and hard up that they have to re- and Guy Owens and by beingkept ready for Immediate use conclusion unless it be that great suit He is quietly told to bring sort to running excursion trains to Johnson was called to the chair will mivo many an hour of Biiflering and many a dollar In time and doctors bills minds sometimes run in the same suit the property is good for the make a living for 1 do think it is and presided The following comTHERE IS BUT ONE alwill I did not discuss the money channel The property being en a poor congregation that hard up mittee was appointed to draft suit SIMMONSLIVERREGDLATOR Wm H Mayo assessment law but left the whole tailed and the heirs some in the low their pastor to get so abie resolutions who east west north and south and that he has to run excursion trains Chairman A Victim Henry Samuel and on8ee that you get the genuine with red 2by to matter Prepared only front or wrapper handled it well And Mr Miles process having to be served on all to make a living I do hope that Louis Harris JHZEILIN CO Sole Proprietors riuuis iuu or True Tax payer cannot by individually you may readily see none of the Frankfort ministers or The committee oftered a set of Philadelphia Pa any parity of reason draw the how easy it is to bring suit Besides pastors will ever get so greedy resolutions which were adopted conclusion they did from the arti we did not want to buy a lawsuit that they will advertise and per- and ordered to be read at the What I did say We shun them as we would the suade their members and friends funeral of Mr Thomas Lee at the cle in Question excursion and take and I repeat was that the time for bite of a viper Why dont the to come split the airanwhen at the Independent Baptist Church on trip and Friday August 26th collecting the taxes September State of Kentucky refund the OF CINCINNATI OHIO IN MEMORIAM 1st was inopportune especially money for the taxes paid in in this same time the preacher knows that to the farmer as he had but one way as she has failed to make a it will not be long ere the winters Whereas We have learned with pro WILL BE AT THE- regiet that our brother Thomas crop to mature by which to get valid deed to the property so sold chilling blast will all but split found was summoned to a Lee Now preachers lift up this and died at his home better world than money to pay said tax And I in Frankfort yes We now come to the balder-Â¬ them IN FRANKFORT KY- cannot conceive by any reason dash about a property qualifica- Â¬ your voices and teach the people terday evening Aug 23 1887 at 6 oclock economy and do not be afraid to at an advanced age therefore be it made to appear tion in voting taxes ing how it can be SEPT 24 1887 All we have Resolved That the death ot 1 nomas SATURDAY that tax payer would have the tax to say on this is that we must speak against an evil for fear you Lee Frankfort hasin lost one of her oldest will lose a dollar by it or the de- Â¬ and most worthy citizens aud the church paid on this wheat fifteen days beWise men agree to disagree I one of her purest members and society one ceitful smiles of some one Because the you know fore the assessment differ sometimes in know it seems hard to some to do of its brightest ornaments whose life for BLEEDING BLIND or ITCHING tax is paid from the proceeds of But Mr Miles says don t go our midst has been a noble example 1000 Thousand Dollars Cured absolutely One this and I know that some short this crop how can it follow that ott halt cocked half a century may designate sufferer or We will say sighted one sided selfish person good for more thanthis church will attend given tocase of Pilesany charity he by the BRINK I cannot cure for any Resolved That it must be necessarily assesed I in all kindness to friend Miles we ERUOFF SYSTEM am not so ignorant as true tax have been careful all our lives or persons will say that it is none the funeral of brother Lee in a body as a NO KNIFE IS USED of our love for one who has testimonial payer would have you believe not to be guilty of doing such a of my business where or when the spent a lone life in elevating the cause of NO LIGATURE IS USED The money from the matured thing We thought we were tak Â¬ people go but I know better for religion by being a well tried deacon of LITTLE OR NO PAIN IS PRODUCED there is a great work to be done the church for more than forty years and crops in the fall and the stock ing very deliberate aim NO CHLOROFORM IS USED Some for of the brighest in setting noble our race and we cannot reach Christian acharacterexamplebe imitated by sold the farmer uses to pay his have said to us you to hit the them all from pulpit nor from the FISTULA IN ANO those he has left behind him to be blessed honest debts There are few of mark We however take the school house Is cured consequently we by his bright example and his noble deeds them able to make a deposit to fatherly advice but with child- Â¬ Resolved That these resolutions be FISSURES meet September taxes the year like simplicity we say to friend have to give a word of warning spread upon the books of this church as a following and hence I made the Miles now dont you go off half through- the papers which will lastingmemorial of our love for one whose Cured without cutting or tearing the service argument that the money must cocked as you did when you reach some one on the road to whole life has been given to his fellowmenof ULCERATION CATARRH her his master and the good of come from something to be sold said in one of your former arti destruction and cause him or faithful and honest alike in public and pri Of the bowel cured that year and it cannot by any cles Frankfort is your boss and to stop and possibly retrospect vate life this city regu Dr Kelly has now parity of reasoning as I said be- we intend to rule you having I know that I am abused for the Resolved That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ larly for nearly three been visitingthe many curesÂ¬ years and short communications I write to tions he sent to the Frankfort papers he has made Among the wealthy and Influential fore be made to appear that 1 reference to the county We Baptist and to the family of but if I can American expressing our sympathy inof the citizens areasufficient evidence fact bis success dis Â¬ would have the tax paid fifteen quote from memory their deceased It Is now well established that many Do you the Roundabout eases of the stomach liver kidney bladder through the papers save a single bereavement Wm H Mayo CAn days before assessment nervous system are either caused or womb and want to antagonize the country Henry Samuel aggravated by the coexistence of PILES FI9TU if he is as We do not believe you represent person from poverty I am willing But Mr Miles says LA FISSURE or RECTAL ULCER Louis Harris far out of the way about the the people of Frankfort when you to lose a few dollars and cents and Committee REFERENCES Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky sheriff of Shelby county as he is used that expression but if you a thousand smiles from the deceit- Â¬ The funeral was largely attended A II McClure Frankfort Ky about what I said about the collec- Â¬ do we then say let the tocsin ful Other men have had to by some of our best citizens Col D L Sublet Erunkfort Ky Richard Ferguson Frankfort Ky suffer for speaking what they tion of taxes he should write sound and the timbrel ring We Rev R H C Mitchell preached W J Hughes Frankfort Ky J H McKenzle Versailles Ky Gen Hewitt or go to him and have spent three dollars to every thought was right and best for the an excellent sermon upon the de DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at S76 ask his pardon and confess the one we have gotten from Frank- Â¬ race while others who were cov- Â¬ ceaseds past life and the resolu- Â¬ West Seventh street Cincinnati and where be may be found every day of each week EXCEPT ered with the mantle of hypowrong he has done him and in fort We have not sold a bushel l tions adopted on Thursday even highest ascended FBIDAIS AND SATURDAYS future not go off half cocked of wheat nor a pound of hemp crisy of fame to the worldly ing were read by Mr Wm H Pamphlets describing these diseases and this from a point I will be enabled to and it is a market for both I think since mode of treatment sent free to any one by ad Â¬ standpoint by the ladder of false- Mayo dressing show that just the reverse is about South left the prison The reason hood fraud and deceit I love For Rent The two story W I KELLEY M D the thing to be done In other has not been because we did not words that Auditor Hewitt ought try but because markets were the race too well to undertake to brick building on the corner of 376 West Seventh St Oinoinnati 0 rob of one cent of their earn Broadway and High streets oppo to apologize to the State of Ken- better elsewhere -And when it ings them t They have enough to con- Â¬ site the railroad depot Apply GT CONSULTATION FREE tucky and in doinu so he apolo- comes to the smaller articles of Dec 26 ly gizes to its aggrieved citizens merchandise belonging to the tend with outside of the race to to V Kaltenbrun 49 The Auditors Agent act which household we have sold to Cin cheat and swindle and mislead For Rent A brick house conhejiad passed and the new assess cinnati and Louisville at better them Let us help each other Look at the Irish who came taining six rooms Inquire of ment law the child of the father prices delivered at our station Logan McKee be the subjects of our criti than could be obtained in Frank here a few years ago with nothing must 42tf 432 St Clair street cism The assessment law having fort the purchaser paying all ex but Biddy and the baby and to SEMI day he ranks in the highest THE TWENTY THIRD begin ANNUAL SES by a vic Â¬ penses been so freely criticised of this school will We dont believe Mr circles owns as much property D1KD tim and others I will say but lit- Miles you represented Frankfort In Dallas county Texas on August 19th 1887 tle more than has been already when you used the expression hold as high offices as any race in Mis Oko II county formerly Miss Corrlllu Monday Sept 12 1887 IIodoks America Look at the German Macey of this Mrs T M Turner will huve charge of the said The reputed authors of but just went off half cocked Primary Department Terms per session ot He has not been here long enough says a Farewell twenty weeks M ARK this extraordinary law Tax payer to speak plain but has been here At the residence of the brides uncle Chus K Classical Department 37 50 victim have been swift to disclaim Taylor at Uev K September 1st I append a scrap showing the long enough to accumulate lllner D 180 p m T O IUkku ofbyEminence Intermediate Department 25 00 responsibility for the most obO Prof wealth and to day they are about College to Miss Caklotta Lkonaud Washburn Primary Department 30 00 jectionable of its provisions way it works daughter of Col W P Wushburn of Knoxvllle Danville Aug 31 Under to lead in this country How is Teuu T If TURNER Prim jy2 2m who drafted it in Auditor Hewitt Â¬ I I I m m l Â¬ I m K n m Africo-Ameri-can- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ IV Â¬ Â¬ J - Bowels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr W I Kelley -- Â¬ -- Â¬ m Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ MH 1W 8 m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dudley Institute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- IKi Â¬ 7 We were shown on Thursday by Mr E Hensley the pro gramme of the celebrated Italian Opera Troupe which gave seve- Â¬ ral performances in this city in 1853 for the benefit of the poor Our older citizens will remember what a furore of delight greeted this company What a flood of recollections are called up by such names as Sigs S Cicero Leo Nardi C Grandisoni Leo Nardi Don Bobitalio Wilhelm Averello Pane Jocko Henslano Edwardo Hensliski R Whole Torn J Rod mano Herr Billehardi HickiCritti and Mile E Mitchelleto and Mad Ellephanti and others The pro- Â¬ gramme was issued from the office of J Merrito Toddi There was fun and music too and dont you How few forget it Alas alas are left of that noble and generous band Â¬ Pea Ridge Weather cool and pleasant Mr James Flynn has been threshing in this neighborhood Mr Albert Gresham has nearly completed his pike contract Mrs Sheets and Mr J Sheets jr of Indiana are visiting the family of Mr Will Tracy Our new pike is gradually near- - B9 Ti inga finish t m m a i i KB Miss Anabel Giltner the accom- Â¬ plished daughter of President W S Giltner of Eminence College and Mr Henry A Brewer a prosperous young merchant of Â¬ I 1 were married ThursEminence day afternoon at the Christian Church in that place by Rev Robert T Matthews of Lexing- Â¬ ton assisted by Rev W J Loos Dr O D Todd of Eminence and Mr Walter A Hopkins off- Â¬ The Church was iciated as ushers beautifully decorated with flowers and potted plants by James Sims the colored Sexton of the Church as a token of his love for the young groom whom he had nursed in infancy and Miss Mary Todd Calloway presided at the organ performing the wedding march as the bridal party entered and retired Immediately from the Church after the ceremony the happy O young couple left on the C train for a trip to Chicago Cleve- Â¬ The bridal land and Cincinnati presents were very numerous and exceedingly beautiful as well as useful Rev E A W Roberts preached his farewell sermon here to a large and attentive congregation last Sunday Uncle Ed is quite a favorite here and our people were very sorry to part with him The Officers of the S A accompanied by quite a number of their soldiers from Frankfort held a meeting here last Sunday even- Â¬ ing The school house being too small the benches were moved outside under the trees Over two hundred people were present But one many from a distance opinion seemed to prevail That May God they are doing good bless and prosper them and the good work in which they are engaged Theres a lot of fun in this world and so there is in the next and thats where we are all going Â¬ the lives of the occupants miser Â¬ able asleep or awake Uncle Sam offered to clean out the rooms but not wishing to invade the pri vacy of any chambers he invited his children to do it he furnishing water brooms powder and servants to do the work The excuses the children gave for not doing it or having it done were very amusing One said he hadnt the right to do it because the former occupant had not done it Another said the insects were not doing much harm and that they were bound to have a living All agreed that Uncle Sam had no right to invade their personal liber- Â¬ ty Quite a number of the chambers issued an address to the insects as Â¬ JACOB SWIOERT K V GRAT Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT Successors to F C CO Hughe GENEBAL INSURANCE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY Representing the following Staunch Companies LIVERPOOL AND LONDON OLOBE LONDON ASSURANCE IMPERIAL NORTHERN COMMERCIAL UNION London 30652196 15718840 12137900 8925740 8805370 4853aS7 4910488 4754342 19747CO phkvi2HIUK HARTFORD CONNECTICUT I Manchester Iltartfeml - AMERICAN CENTRAL HAMBURG BREMEN wroxFiiJKIr 1 t LouU Germany Hnrtfnnl 1918432 1810271 16519PS 1023594 10026550 117279s follows French Author The Roundabout is fast HlB s i The Georgetown Times says we were off in our statement that there were ten turnpikes running to Stamping Ground or in course of construction to that place We accept the correction and will say that we were so informed by a we whose information It has been thought reliable some time since we were there but when our railroad is built we expect to run up often Hurrah for the railroad anyway friend becoming a humorous paper The Grand Commander of the army of wits wrote a most humor- Â¬ ous letter to the last Roundabout that fairly sparkles and flashes with bright gems of wit The letter shows the writer Tax payer to be a man of considerable inforHow he must have mation laughed when he wrote this comic line We need a property qualification A man who owns no property has no right to vote a tax on property owners Mark Twain never got off any That thing funnier than this property owners are better than other people is funny and the way by which the property was acquired is still funnier Fraud deceit knife pistol and poison have all been used in the acquisi- Â¬ tion of property Dont look for a crime among humble citizens but look into your own ranks for crimes that knowing the respectable character of the Roundabout and the large number of refined peoples homes in which it circulates forbids even the name of those crimes being hinted at Taxpayers letter suggests two ads for war times 1 st Wanted Skulls tor targets Only property owners with taxes paid need apply 2d Wanted To defend the State men who have no vote or voice in managing its affairs Â¬ Â¬ Bug we know that you do and will continue to bite most un mercifully and that it is your nature to bite therefore we will not crush you nor drive you out but we will regulate your conduct so dont bite after 12 oclock at night nor before six in the morning dont you bite any person under 21 years of age and dont you bite any person who has already been bitten too much The children who occupied the rooms that were named after Maine Iowa Kansas and Georgia crushed and cleaned out those pests and adopted as their motto Bite no More Our poet has been engaged on a poem for the last three weeks and not having it done in time was the reason the Ridge correspondent failed to inflict the readers with this column The poem companion to was intended to be a the famous tobacco poem whichl appeared three weeks ago The first week was consumed in writing the poem the second in finding it and thq name The Jolly Grog the third was consumed in a wran- Â¬ gle between the poet and the sage as to whether hog slop rhymed with grog shop a question that Tom Ford alone can settle In the mean time the poem is with- Â¬ drawn for repairs The scribe in company with a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June 18 ljr Office up stairs CITY HALL BUILDING k2ft SLICKER n5p Nnn rtnalc odImi Mmpta wun in Mori i2IrVJeyorn2nrSn not have the ruH brj The FISH BRAND BLICKEI h hardest Btorni Jou AfcteigiaJ3ifiJrR0nw1Jtee no other at your storekeeper doe lUccxRnml take If ltnmorniBbercoat panul rorlecrlntlve r ttologue to A J TOWKK 20 BlmmnnBt MV J Aug-13-tf M WAKEFIELD MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF HlHHil FHVTH Mrs Green will re open her Shorld you want a nice Surrey school at 217 Washington street Buggy Saddle or set of Harness September 12th 1887 see Mastin Bros 50 41 47 Useful and Hurtful Medicines Just received a nice line of Ham There is a certain class of remedies for burgs Torchon and Medici laces constipation absolutely useless These are boluses and potions made in great part of S D Johnson Co 50 m Full set of bed room furniture second hand for sale cheap Call at this office it It was a very dark night and A splendid picture of Rev B B Tyler D Df is on exhibition in the window of Messrs Rodman Son It was enlarged from a photographic negative made of him by Mr H G Mattern in 1886 Little Eugene youngest child of Dr Chas C Lewis of Stamp died Wednesday ing Ground night of cholera infantum aged 11 months The remains were interred in the family lot in the Cemetery in this city yesterday afternoon nothing Moral If any of your G A R Â¬ Â¬ hearing the dogs bark I went to the door and there he stood with his hands full of Roundabouts and he said Bald Knob Benson Flat Ceeek and the Frankfort boys are all down on me Im J E M and Im looking for a place to hide I told him several times that his hen was scratching up my garden One day she laid an egg in my smoke house and kept that up regular till she laid just an even fifteen and set on em three weeks Then I asked him what hed take for the hen He said a quarter So now I have which I gave him got a dozen chickens for nearly neighbors hens From home should chance to stray Dont let your angry passions rise But hx a place for them to lay phylactic Fluid in case of with those who wished to talk In of Accidents for Burns WAGONS order to avoid crowding each TENNESSEE Scalds Cuts Wounds etc other while leaving at the close of ALL SIZES FOR SALE AT Its prompt use will invariably re- Â¬ the meeting about ore half of the lieve pain promote healing and out congregation got up and went prevent Erysipelas Gangrene or while the captain was speaking Proud Flesh Owing to the This made more room for the BY others cleansing and purifying qualities of the Fluid the most obstinate An Art Institute has been Boils Ulcers Carbuncles and opened in the room over Mr Running Sores are rendered pure ALSO AGENT FOR Henry Samuels barber shop by and healthy and speedily cured Mr S A Coleman and Mrs S no other application being necesD Coleman for instruction in that sary 45 im line The Studio will be opened All sizes kept in stock this morning and will remain open L B MARSHALL Corn Oats Hay Bran and Ship until 10 oclock p m it number of Ridgeites attended a S D Johnson Co 50 meeting of the S A at Bellepoint last Wednesday night and saw so Fresh bread Nickols make much to admire in the conduct of every the citizens of that city that it is W L afternoon at 4 oclock at Jetts Second street 50 New silk hosiery and beautiful The meeting recounted here m many having house was crowded French fans New party gloves at on the S D Johnson Co to stand in the vestibule and 50 S D Johhsok Cos 50 steps but when the proceedings One show case and two or three commenced every hat was taken Regular grinding day Wednes counters tor sale Apply to off And then several who wish day and Saturday Meal ex R K McClure 45 ed to smoke cigarettes instead of changed when not running at lighting up in the house came out Jewel Mills Healing 48 tf The wonderful properties of Darbys Pro Â¬ The same on the steps to smoke Â¬ Â¬ at 500 yards all silk ribbon 10 No 7 cents bodophyllln aloes rhubarb gamboge and other worthless ingredients The damage they do to the stomachs of those who use They evacuate the Jhem Is incalculable bowels itistrue but always do so violently and profusely and besides gripe the bowels Their eilect la to weaken both them and the stomach Better far to use the agreeable and salutury aperient Hostetters Stomach Bit Â¬ ters the laxative effect of which is never pre Â¬ ceded bv pain or accompanied by a convul Â¬ sive violent action of the bowels On the contrary it invigorates those organs the stomuchand the entire system Asameuns of curing and preventing malarial fevers no medicine cun compare with it and it reme Â¬ dies nervous debility rheumatism kidney and bladder inactivity and other luorganio ailments i Lowest Prices WILLIAMS E w i H E Â¬ I J D1BE 31st Stuff always on hand tf In thin eltr on Wednesday afternoon August 1687 Mrs MAtiLUA JwrRiKd after a linger ing tuness wkb consumption agea o years Straw or beds or placing under carpets fur Â¬ nished on short notice Aug 20 One mile from Frankfort on Owenton turnpike OFFERS FOR SALE 200 1 BU8HELS MEDITERRANEAN HYBRID SEED WHEAT BORN In Louisville on Wednesday August 31st to Dr W L Rodman and wife a daughter 1687 S The True Method Of curing habitual constipation KIRTLEY HUSHES yearling Holsteln Bull Holsteln Bull Calf Brood Mure 12 years old 1 iood Work Horse 12 years old 1 iood Yearling Filly 3 Milch Cows all giving milk but not freah Will rfell cows cheap A few Grade Holsteln Calves from some of my best dairy cows A lot of iood Black Berkshire Sboats 6 month 1 1 J Regular meeting of Albert G Bacon Post No 33 Tuesday evenA gentleman who for convening September 6th ience we shall Uncle Sam built a A B Norwood Com fine house and added other cham V BliRHERICH Atfjt bers to it as his family increased in m Dr J S Collins will be absent number until the house contained from his office from this evening thirty eight rooms which he named for the various States In the course until September 15th as he leaves of years and through inattention to night to attend the International and carelessness the rooms became Dental Society at Washington infested with certain noxious spiteful insects which rendered City 51it Â¬ Â¬ and liver and kidney ills is to avoid the use of the bitter drastic IN- DKALEBS and cathartics and liver medicines to take only the pleasant liquid Staple and Fancy Groceries It fruit remedy Syrup of Figs cleanses as well as strengthens the FRUITS AND VEGETABLES system and does not leave the 324 BROADWAY STREET bowels costive so that regular habits may be formed and the an Is 1 invalid permanently restored to UTr It acts promptly and health effectively it is easily taken and For sale in perfectly harmless All goods sold for the lowest 100 bottles by 50 cents and cash prices aug 13 iyr Gayle Chapman 48 im old A lot of S C White Leghorns R C Brown Leghorns Black Jnvus W F B Spanish Wyandotte and BulT Cochins Price of chickens 150 each or FINE CHICKENS per pair The yearling bull and bull calf are both from my tine Imported cow Southern Beauty and are finely bred If 5011 need authlng advertised 2 50 a fort y COME AND lSdiigtf SEE ME FUK SALE OR RENT THE RKslDKXCE OF K WHITESIDES DF 1 ceased It contains nine rooms all In good repair Splendid well of water In the yard good garden coal house stable and eirrlage liouse For terms apply on the premises Aug 13 IS81 -- U 2 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT new word coined doubtless by Tattle Ridge B OLAASSEN P LIGHT the unconscious muddy fountain Miss Doutch Lea and her head of slipshod language the Ailtiocll slang whangers is evidently de- brother are visiting friends at Ben rived from blow Saxon blowei son Singing blower to blow as wind German Mrs Sis Lea spent the day Preaching baltci to swell or inflate Danish Monday with Mrs Clark at Pey bloeyen ditto Welch bloden c tonia Pleasure trips c Among the definitions he Mr A Showalter Moonlight strolls the J will find these to sound a wind auctioneer is stocking his farm Miss Annie Roberts has been instrument as blow the trumpet with aldcrney cattle He says he playing with the chills this week to deposit eggs as flies and so is horns tired of short blow a piece of meat to swell or Mr Robt Cheatham is at presDEALERS IN- Mr Louis Lea and Mr Ves inflate to fill with to ent employed by F E Lewis to one with flattery air blowpuff up Whitman will start a dairy soon or up a train pet coons Tubs Sinks Closets on East Tattle Ridge We wish Gas contention Pence visited Mrs Capt S V All this gives a broad founda- them success her father A W Polsgrove at tion for bloviate and likewise for c Pipe and Fittings Strict attention given to Job and Mr Mort Showalter has the mouth of Stoney Creek last the bloviators of Benson and to Knox county to remain gone Contract Work All work Guaranteed until Tuesday Harp and it is hardly to be doubtg Christmas His absence will be Frisky Johnny has been attend- ed that in course of time it and much regretted especially by one No 227 St Olair St Weiteel Block - - Frankfort Kentucky Mar 13 ing the meeting this week Johnny they will be registered in Web- fair girl Miss B B you must Bully for Johnny sters unabridged just as chaw is a smasher be a good girl until his return skedaddle and dozens of others of has similar origin have been Miss Melia Sargent who Mr John Sargent played a been visiting friends in Anderson match game of base ball with the Bob O Link county returned home Sunday Rap tag club and beat them Tick Ridge badly Mr James Snellon of Tiger is DELAYED LETTER visiting his brother Charlie this Mr Bledsoe Lea was playing WITH THI- David Adams late partner of with Mr Sargents club and atweek Uncle John Rossell has moved to tempted to catch a ball near a Our public school was agreeably fence and was so unfortunate as to surprised last Tuesday by a visit the place of John Fincel run a splinter under his thumb Hunter Ninety Netherton was out Sun from Superintendent Ever brought to this city in Man- - day riding an old soap stick of a nail in such a way as to cause fears Misses Mattie Fisher Come again horse and it was with much diffi as to saving his thumb Cain gan and Bro H our little folks are culty that he could keep up with his girl He belabored the beast always glad to see you AND ill COLLINS BRO on the right and left and was fearTwo young gents met in the 1 DEALERS IN pike a short distance from the fully weary when the journey was ended church last Tuesday and prepared GENERAL Of all descriptions The Frank Moore has moved into to settle a wrangle which they had LARGEST STOCK had about a dog As good luck the toll house and henceforth will would have it one got hold of a be a partner with Uncle John in rock the other his pistol and thus the division of the dividends STOVES GRATES happily ended the quarrel as one Col Bunk Updike has been Kind Building Material Paints Oil Glass did not like the looks of rocks the elected Chief of the fire department Brass Goods Goal Hods Vases Lime Cement other cant bear the thought of a on Tick Rid re Â¬ Â¬ LIGHT ft CLAASSEN -- PKiLOTICJLr Steam Fitters Plumbers Gas Fixtures Bath Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Tn T E ucfele3T ifflBi STILL AHEAD -- Â¬ Largest Stock Fancy Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OE IBbIItI is HARDWARE and Wagon Bwlil pistol The social picnic given on the Frankfort and Flat Creek pike near narvieiana last Saturday was quite a lively affair King alcohol we are reliably informed played a very conspicuous part He got one man out of his shirt two more out of their coats ten or fifteen more out of their senses drew pistols from their pockets and caused a flow of the most dis gusting language from the lips of his poor victims that the good people of that section have had to So listen to since their existence s much for whisky Prof Albert Corbin teacher of vocal music at this place went out last Sunday night to hear Bro Arnold preach After preaching the Professor left the church in- Â¬ tending to go to his brother-in-law- s to stay all night The Pro- Â¬ fessor started off in good spirits and with a gay heart but instead of going home he went in the opposite direction traveled on lor some time when he came to the river which stopped his progress Had it not been for this perhaps we would never have heard of the Professor again Finding out his mistake he turned to retrace his steps but the night being very dark and having lost all knowledge of the road he struck out boldly into the forest and after clamber Â¬ ing over the rugged hill sides and treading his perilous way through the lonely valleys he at length came to the Frankfort and Flat Creek pike at or near Uncle John Rossells arousing Uncle John from his quiet slumber and inquir ing earnestly and diligently which end of the road led to Mr James of Frisky Johnny MACKLIN We extend the right hand COMPTON Sargents Uncle John of course -- PROPRIETORS your gave the desired information The of fellowship to Pearl Professor quietly and leisurely new Bellepoint correspondent He turned his face toward Mr Sar- Â¬ scribbles right well for a greeny Mills gents where anxious and inquir- Â¬ Mrs M Walston our leading -- UAVK THE FULL- ing friends were waiting for him merchant is in receipt of a large arriving just as the little birds be- Â¬ invoice of goods which when gan to warble their plaintive notes added to her present stock will -- AMD IfAHinrACTUBX to awaken slumbering humanity to make the most complete establish- Â¬ life again He was received by ment on the Ridge One thing his friends with much rejoicing about her way of doing business Six of the beat grades of the best Flour made in the World He immediately left for his home is she knows whom not to trust Office wareroom Broadway opp Capitol Square in Anderson county deeply medi Red Eve JanffMjr tating on the pleasant stroll of the previous night Mr Jerome Weitzel sent us on I F With pleasure we give your cor- Â¬ Saturday a curiosity in the shape respondent from Hard Scrabble the of a large hens egg with a small CAPITALLODGBNO8 MUTS BVKBY MON cordlailr inrlted derivation of the word Bloviator egg inside of it which was per- Â¬ JAS MUBBAY N C 3 R WUXUMI 8M Bloviate though comparatively a fect shell and all April M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cated ever seen in one House in Mrs Kate Shackelford of Win- Â¬ Frankfort before Dont for is on a visit to her father Iron Field Seeds Harness snd a fine new chester get the place line of Wall Paper and Decorations Mr Jas Glore JNO T BUCKLEY Cor and at very lowest prices Miss Sally Scott of Louisville Broadway aud Lewis Streets St Clair Street is the guest of Miss Norah Glore FRANKFORT - - - KENTUCKY this week Mrs Sally Stivers has returned from her visit to the City of LouisIT ville Miss Lizzie Griffiths of Win- Â¬ ATTORNMY AT LAW chester is on a visit to the Misses FRANKFORT KY Glore PRACTICE IN Manufacturer and Dealer in WILL Fidnklln CarrollTHE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin Boone Owen Polsgrove has been and Grant counties In the Court of Appeals and Humphrey on a visit to Georgia and is much In the Federal Court pleased with his visit Some of the school patrons are uneasy lest WM CROMWELL Distillery Mih ano Agricultural Machinery they may lose his pedagogical Attorney-at-La- w services DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED Mrs Geo Glore son Lee and AND daughter Sallie are the guest of Blacksmithing Pipe Work Jobbing1 and Bepairing Promptly Attended to the family of of her brothor-in-laMr James Glore PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Agent for A I3STE Franklin and counties and Allen Hayden of Danville will also give special the adjoining tbe purchase attention to and collection and claims Indiana and Ben Hayden of and sale of real estate of loans of rents opposite Office the negotiation Columbus Steam Pumps Hatton are sojourning this week June 25 ly 123 Lewis St Near the River Frankfort Ky BSTSEND FOR PRICE LIST with Mr James Glore JAS A TIOLSTT Mrs John Stivers of Anderson JAS ANDREW SCOTT VIOLETT SCOTT county is visiting the family of H G Butler Glore i AND The State of Benson contains FRANKFORT KENTUCKY CAPITAL according to a late census 640 in- Â¬ PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN habitants and it takes two magisFranklin and adjacent counties OFFICE Up trates to represent her in the great stairs In the Duvall Building JanZMf Court of Clairrs This the Capi- toline district has 12000 inhabi- Â¬ COLLINS tants and represented by only two DR J 342 MAIN STREET Magistrates It seems that we PmU need an apportionment bill PORTRAITS IN CRAYON We attended Antioch last Wed OFFICE MAIN STREET OPP RODMAN Teeth extracted without pain AND ALSO- nesday evening and heard the able use of NltrouseOxde or laughing gus by the discourse of Rev Mr Arnold and were much amused at the manner L F COMPTON W C MACKLIN Â¬ Blacksmiths Makers Material And at prices that cannot be dupli Â¬ F MAJOR Capital City Machine Works J B MEEK Propriotor -- STEAM ENGINES k BOIERS w Heal Estate Agent B3STO Am S T7s7OKIS BOXILiIEIR 2STID -A-- MATTERNS I Â¬ ART GALLERY S Â¬ DENTIST -- FEOTOGBAFBS Of Elkhorn Roller R ROGERS qfefflJLV ffMiyjriavllTlhrKiUBnillK DEALER IN- I- all Sistes at Reduced Frioe - V fli ULJSMSTOTIOrV I ertbirn HdHHIIliM - HOLLER SYSTEM T COFFINS C E 9 Choic Goal Cheap KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED A LL family use Prices Delirery Full for Prompt Weight 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