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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886041001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. QEOROEA .LEWIS, Publishor. DEVOTED TO LOCAL 'AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY , APRIL 10, 1886. Number 3j$ STARTING THE SEAS0H1ERIGHT HOPES te , Stimulated oy our past success, we are exerting all our mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OF ALL. v We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. you prices that are just and fair. We will give Nothing more attractive can be sen than our new Spring Goods. In our Tailoring Department we can shoT novelties that are exquisite, and an assortment that is strikingly grand. Our Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department v7 have endeavored to make very attractive y buying the most stylish goods and an assortment sufficient to satisfy every tuiii of fancy. Our Hat Department you will find stocked with newest styles, made by the most celebrated manufacturers. TP 1 VfYTT UU I A TVTT1 W JV 1' YV & Stylish Suit, the Latest Hot, Nobby ftuikwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, White or Colored Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, a Silk Umbrella, Walking Cane, Traveling Bagr, Pair Suspenders, Scarf Pin, Pair Cuff Buttons, Gum Joat, PHT T A"D3 nTTTTPCI UU LiLiiillJO, U U X 10 Or anything else usually sold at first-clas- s Tailoring aii3 Gentlemen's Furnishing Good? Establishments, come to us. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES -- & CASSELL, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. $ NO. .302 MAIN STREET, chanism Imeom impaired during the winter. Ayer'.s Sarsaparilla 'is the proper remedy to take in the spring of thevear to purify the blood, excite the liver to action, and restore health and vigor. , By trying again and keeping up courage many things seemingly impossible may be attained. Hundreds of hopeless eases of Kidney and Liver Complaint have- been cured by Electric lJitters, after everything else had been OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Trees, Small tried in vain So, don't think there is averythliiK usually Urapo Vines, Nur&ery Fruits and Estubllsh-uienlouinl la a Bitfor on u Home no cureThereyou, but try Electric so Mar. Cutulogues on uppllcatlon to Lexington Ky. U. F. 1ULLKNMKYER. Joseph Cook is no medicine so safe, ters. pure, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Protection." Electric Bitters will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kid "I am not a woman suffragist. Do not neys. Invaluable in affections of this platform undor the mistaken Stomach and Liver, and overcome all applnud RESIDENCE PROPERTY OF DR. idea that I am a dofoudor of extromo posi- Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottles THE situated at the southern terminus of Logan tions, as to women's rights. I am meditatstreet, South Frankfort, lately occupied by JuUso ")() cte. at Jos. Lecompte's. 2 I,uw Is. There Is a Uuw good Karden, stable, carriage ing on that themo. But this I dare pay, only house and cow lot on the place. Dwelling contains that one of the fragment of self protecsix room beside kitchen and servants room. Possestion for women; namely, a right to vote sion Riven Immediately. laws, when the concerning tomporayco Feb. 27.1&86. S'lSA.XTS: CXTXXTST. willquestion of local option U up, I am ing to dofend to the end of the chapter. Groat natural justice in on the sido of ,. . i !". J.U V..II.U'. IiH llumIMl..t.'il IU - By lack of open air exercise, and rare in the matthe want of ter of diet, the whole physical meMittk-ien- t What Can Be Done. Blue Grass Nurseries! siiiTts-- less. SPRING GOODS -- treesiZtreesi 13-3- Just received all the novelties in- - t. ZFOK EE33TT. DRRSS GOODS!'' Such as Norfolk suitings, Tricotine Cloth, Henriettas, Serges and Albatros. ? DRESSES MADE TO ORDER On short notice. rom Pole to Pole ! -s such n demand. Woman's interests are among the chief ones concomed, and as to family divisions, why thoy como largely from tompornnco laxnes'. Woman surely has political intelligence enough to undev-ntan- d tho difference botwoon license and no license, especially whou she has suffered under a lax execution of tho temperance laws. Tho difference is so plain between local freedom and no local f roodom to sell liquor that women, without any great participation In tho turmoil of politics, might bo expoctcd to have an intelligent vote on this subject. I know that many cultivated and refined women say they do not want women to vote, because they do not want to increase tho amount of ignorant suffrage. Well, I respect tho intelligence and rofluo-moof the ladies who make such remarks, but I boliovo that on most moral quostlons woman is likely to bo more intelligent and certainly more disinterested than man. I nm told by many of tho best authorities, that womon who are opposed to female suffrage at Jargo are usually In favor of this modified' measure. I am assured that a majority of tho thoughtful cultivated womon of tho United States, or eortainly of tho Northern States, can bo oxpected to favor this demand for a vote to bo given to women in questions of local option concerning temperance laws. If a majority of women want such n vote, heaven grunt their desire. Women would bo united on this topic. Woman's vote o would be to city vices depending on what tho lightning in to tho bark. Ood sond us the lightning. (Applause.) nt . I. I J lut'I.U S (.1 lliu Mood. MONEY SAVED -- Mid lispopr.cr'o V I CCory. WEITZEL -- & O'DOHNELL. L. F. COMITON. W. C. BY GOING TO SEE- - Villi i.l. .,! lloUk 1 UvuW.UUll.CUII IMWlillll .11. . . I , iiirji.v II.iH.Iud ill I i 1.... in,', 1. tli I ni" I. I .1 III I'll! "It .Mil rt . Ill II ll'ltlli. putty Imi'Ij oil'. 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Co. tit mli mm: Ili!io uli .l. ...iii.i i u:'iy i Hie cit it .llll nf .i:r fnr.iMiilli. V'n h" l'ia Milium a ijf.rovir i.o jutic. ilmlilif whlili tiiiifwo ill litlii't i.iulir i.m.iri for mi in i.iitH , 1. I 1 1 I FIRST-CLASHAVING JUST OPENED A place, where wo will at the ubove keep conhtai.tiy on hand a full stock of uoods In our Hue, no respectfully solicit a liberal share of the Six of the public patronage. Roller System, AND MAM7FACTUUE ulnt I 1 il l i 1 t il joiirhiuvn-i"i-,'li- , Mm ' Umi'. I wv i iM two liniiliH il' wlili li in 1u my IIh.i'jjm m I'inlillv. niil I'nin mv iisllit well. iI.umi tillul In llils MM0M Mqr MIra Mar. Kodgers lSK-'n- & Allen. best grades of the best Flonr made in the world. BroadNvny, i. Ofllce and nareroom on itol Square opposite CapJan.a lNiWv. IF South Side Meat Store. LJ ''Ymirnrib, T. K.Hodkn, Ttnojur, Cape Jlounhtl J.'ljlnntn. iiirw mv nHVBtBH9IS9EnCaClHI.IHII.I.II.B MHBayiuiyuaiuaiiusw Many a Lady 9 is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the 'skin is Magnolia Balm. - J. mWATTS, ,v flyer's Sarsapqrilia li !' the only Uinroiivlilr edirtlvii lilooiLpurlfitr, i.nlvimilli I' clli.it il mllctin tin- jiolwinxnt Mnciiry, umi Contagion i DImu.o (i(iinllit'H)Viim. - (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR. in the meat business, I futue keep constantly on hand a t'eneral supply ofin KB S intern-porane- Dr. .T. rpcp.Mtcn nv C. Ayov & Co., I.owol', IMass. ' Solil bv all nVtiKclKtB : rrlco SI ; rilx bottiLs fur ?;,. m HMM Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o Whhlchl V.BERBERICH Jon.23-6m- will bell at the lowest figures for cash. Tun kful to the public for past favors, 1 usk a continuance of their patronage. Feb. 2Wni. 87, . w. J. No. Watts. Bridge street f .i $! ice 'Ti3'i"'p"i.T'"rr'"' t t'T' TO 'TTtnTT'-':- HFf- - WH" ffr Mrs. Henry Duvall has purchnspd from Mr. II. L . Wntklns n lot on Shcl- al Eranklort, Kentucky by street, 50 by 200 feet for 850, upon Bttered atthe as i.cond class tnallabk matter. which she will shortly commence the GEORGE A LEWIS. erection of a neat cottage residence. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. State. L. B. Marshall purchased on & Stnrks in securing a good portion of the Hfior-moMonday, of Judge L. Hoard, the farm 1880. FRANKFORT, APRIL 10, Stock of Spring Olothinpf mannfavturcd B-5- T of Col. Orlando Brown, lying on the Iiy Fechheimer, Goodkinri & Co., of 750 Ifroadwny, Owenton pike about one mile from the New York Cily, which, by reason of the After the flood of whisky last week, city, containing 1G0 acres, for $51 per we have been threatened with a flood acre. of water. The river, which rose stead-il- y Was thrown upon the market at a all of last week, was on the verjie Dr. W. I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, is at portions of the Capital Hotel of overflowing the lower where he the city for several days the first of the will receive and treat patients suffer- home. W.' Mr. lias Johnston Todd, The slock wns not (Inmnirerl bv fire or wntii., rvnrl lint week, but began to recede Wednesday. ing with any of the diseases enumer-i- n been visiting his parents in who city o this " slightly by smoke. These goods were purchased so his advertisement in another col- for several months, left Thursday A New Opera. much below the cost to manufacturer that tlrey arc umn. morning for Moscow, Idaho, where ho is engaged in placer mining. able to offer the O. Col. Thos. B. Ford and Prof. J. Next week will be observed as a EfcT Mauer have composed an opera which Greatest Bargains in Sprina Clothina JUOKJN. week of prayer by the Christian will soon be produced in this city. Church in this city, preparatory to Ill Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday, Starch 81st, 1880, Ever Known in Kentucky The plot is highly interesting and ex- commencing a protracted meeting the to Mr. 1 red Howard and wife, of this city, a daughter. The goods are now on sale and will sell more rapidly At Kentucky Military Institute, this county, on citing and the scenes thrilling and draweek following. Services will begin Monday, March 29th, to Capt. It. Sims Allen and at the prices marked on them. matic. The music is unusually grand each evening at wife, a daughter Laura. 7J o'clock. and beautiful, and we predict for this D1UD, The contract for taking down the new entertainment an immense suc BOOTS, At the residence of his parents, near Ducker Stawalls of the old Public School Build tion, AVoodford county, on bnturdny, April 8d, 1886, cess. mmm At lowest prices ever known. ing, cleaning and piling the brick, was George A , only son of (ieo W, and Lizzie Robb. Mr. L. F. Johnson, Special Commis- awarded to Messrs. Haly Bros., on In this city, on Thursday, April Sth, 1880, Mrs. Dun lap Hats in Spring Shapes. sioner, sold on Monday the double Wednesday afternoon, for $247 50 Mauy Wuittinoton In Versailles, on Wednesday. March 81st, 1886, and lot on Cross street, There were nine bids for the work. frame house Oabe 0. Coir, of consumption, formerly a clerk In the State Auditor's otllce. between Main and Logan, belonging Mrs. P. E. Williamson was so unforto the estate of the late Mrs. Frances Frank fort, Ky. ! JPOOR S-Xj- E B. S. Gayle, for $925. tunate one day the first of the week, in Campbell, to Mr. Also a house and lot on Mero street, walkinir huiriedly across the floor of SIX BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS. belonging to Jerry Price, to Lucinda her residence in South Frankfort, as to Located on Holmes street, near Mr. John stumble over a stool and rVH to the Apply to E. II. HENSLEY. Hilliard for $250. April Crom- floor, fracturing the bone of her left At the same time Mr. Win. well, Special Commissioner, sold the hip. I. house and two lots on Campbell street, meeting of the There will be a called belonging to Mike Flaherty, for $1G0, W. C. T. U. in the chapel of the ChrisNO.G, MEETS EVERY CAPITAL LODGE. failVisiting brothers cordially United. to a colored man whose name we GEO. W. REOUK, N. G. tian Church on Wednesday afternoon J. R. Williams, Sec. ed to learn. at 4 o'clock. A full attendance of the April No, 439 Main St., Over Crufcher & Shirks' White Hall Milling House- Mr. Will. Mastin, of Woodford coun-t- members is earnestly desired. By or Sale, and a colored man were coming in der of Mrs M. T. Runyan, the street Monday afternoon, riding President. Shelby BUILDING LOT FRONTING 30 FEET ON in a covered road cart, and when they A salo Broadway and running back 135 feet, Is offered I. O. O. G. T. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY intersection of Third street reached the Apply to Capitol Lodge No. 2G9, will meet in for of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions Why will the people of' R. M. ALDRICH. the front spring broke, letting the for' work when they can be accommodated at? Masonic Hall Thursday, April loth, April Frankfort send to the city body of the cart drop down on the the . home. Oct. 25-t- f. causing him to run at 8 p. in. Every member of the Lodge horse's heels and to be present, as stopped, however, in is earnestly requested away. He was HAVE EIGHT ORADE JERSEY COWS, WITH front of Col. Johnston's residence, matters of vital importance will be young calves, which I will sell cheap. when he began kicking. Mr. Mastin brought before it. JACOB SWIGERT. Spring Station, Ky. or and the colored man were imprisoned We will buy SatMr. P J. ("Bud") Parker died cf wool and pay more-foApril . to get out, urday morning at the residence of it than anybody in tho market. It will pay you to como and see us. in tlfc top and unable PLANTS FOR SALE. K. A.. F'K.A.SSIBSrt, and the colored man had his chin laid his father, near this city, after a brief ROBT. NOKL, KINDS AND VARIETIES OF TOMATO. by one ofthe horse's heels, while illness with consumption, aged 22 opi'ti Apr, Mm. Cabbage, Pepper und Sweet Potato plants con"Woodlake, Ky. Mr. Mastin was kicked on the chin, years. He was an upright, honest and stantly on hand und tor sale. Call at my farm on the Lawrenceburg pike, or telephone Saffell's resiside of the head and shoulder. For- industrious young man, who had a dence. C. W. SAFFELL. tunately they were so close to the host of friends in this city, by whom Apr. horse that he could not strike them his loss is deeply mourned. with full force. Wm. James, a colored Hard Times. ONE man, who was standing in front of the HE B EWARE OF tongue,HIRAMisW. STAFFORD.swlnd- u a und Gaines & Kent, on grocery of Messrs. While money is close, wages and ler. has slick J. W. TREMERE. the corner of Second and Shelby, saw prices low, expenses should he cut April to their assist- down in every household. Economy their predicament, ran the watch word for mothers, head off TO ance, caught the horse, stopped him doctor bills, by always keeping in the DKALKR8 IN- from kicking and released them from house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanuo's Cough VHE UNDERSIGNED COMMITTEE APPOINTED 1 Board of of the City of their dangerous position. Mr. Mastin and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough in- fort. by thewill recelteCouncllmen specifications FrankKy.. plans and for the Consumption, cures was taken into Col., Johnston's and the stantly, relieves in School Building to be erected In South Franknew Croup and pain the Chest in one fort until April 21st, 1880. The Board of Councllmen colored man to the house of a colored night. It is just the remedy for hard will puy for the plans and specifications uccepted and for man in the neighborhood, and both times. Price 50 cents and .00. Sam- $250,third best the next best plan 125, and for the Seeds, Wagons, Bnggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. plan $50. For particulars address the W. S. DEHONEY, received the necessary medical atten- ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. Sec'y of School Board, 3 All Kinds of Feed. few minutes. They were tion in a Apr. For Committee. home Tuesday. . able to'return Onr Im pleraents arc the best on the market and of the Mr. Clint. Sullivan, a tailor living in latest improveme'ntR. Our seeds are nil fresh and Home ' Belle Point, started home Moilday Influence of the grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that we keep tho bent Imple night about ten o'clock in an intoxiTeacher's Meeting. ment and Beed store in Central cated condition, and has not since been The good effects of the late Teacher's seen. Tt is supposed he fell over the DEALERS IN meeting in Frankfort may be seen all river bank into the water, between 'over the State. The Legislature is the Railroad and Benson bridges, at a ! waking up and seems inclined to point where the sidewalk is not guardA CAR LOAD QV HAVING JUST RECEIVEDRose Potatoes direct Michigan Early. grant to the children and to the ed by a fence, and was drowned. Some Family Supplies, &c, from Clinton, Michigan, I am prepared to furnish KENTUCKY'S EOUTE EA8T them ut Louisville prices und save you freight und schools of the State many of the pro- person was heard to call for help along Shelby streets, South Frankfort. drayoge. Cull and nee me and get prices. Corner Second and visions asked for by the Frankfort th"re about ten o'clock that night, but A. II. WAGGONER, ' FOK 324 Broadway. Mar. 18 lbs for 31.00 meeting for the purpose of giving bet- as the cries were not repeated no one First class N. 0. Sugar . . (iranulated Sugar 18 lbs for 1.00 & NEW YORK. WJI5HINCT0N, PHILADELPHIA tor schools and belter and prompter r went to learn the cause. A cannon Arbuckle's cotiee 7 packages for 1.00 BQ cents per gallon Pure Applo Vinegar pay to the overworked teachers who was tired several times Tuesday after- Very Best N. 0. Molasses TOE ONLY LINE 50 cents per gallon . . .. 4 per pound Best 8 LYING ON THE have charge of the brains of the State. noon over the spot where ho is sup Best Soda York Creamery Cheese, 16 cents per pound A SMAT.T. FARM OFtwoACRES. and a half from Running cents New miles Pullman New Sleeping Cars I Flat Creek pike, The wants of the children are to be posed to have gone down but failed to ' A full line of canned goods, ut the lowest prices. fraiiKion. is onereu ior suie ui u niirguni. . nice cottage of 3 rooms, good stable, u line young frame FORkept before the minds of the people raise the body. of lot of strawberry TERMS STRICTLY CASH. orchardand choice fruits, und largethe place. Terms --&. raspberry bushes on plants Legislature until a better and the OSCAR HALE. easy. Goods promptly delivered In any part of the city. Personal. April school system is established. We noFKOM We mean business. Cull and examine our stock. tice that Prof. A. W. Mell has issued a Mr. T. J. Ramsey, of Shelbyvillo, Louisville, Cii!ciiini)li& Lexington; GAINES & KENT. call for a monster District Meeting of spent Wednesday in this city. , Mar. 274m. 10the teachers to be held at Bowling T HAVE FOR SALE A GOOD MILCH COW, WITH Mr. James Shackelford, of this city, gallons good May Ifi, on the has removed to Winchester to reside. I calf three weeks old. Will give four Green, on Saturday, STEAMER HIBERNIA milk per day, besides enough for the ciilf. Anyone plan of the Frankfort meeting, and wishing to see her milked will call on Connecting In same depot with fust trains for Misses Anne and Emily Thomas I WM. T. DUDLEY, FRANKFORT FOR LOUISVILLE .Mrs. II. S. Williams has issued a call have returned from a trip to Florida I EAVESMonday ut 1 p. in., und Friday at Apr. Hi miles from Frunkfort.D j every Oi'.iO A. M. for a similar meeting to be held at and Cuba. liTtt-WReturning, leaves Wednesday and SatMrs. Dr. L. M. Maus, of Fort Lin- urday at 3 o'clock, p.Louisville Catlettsburg, on Saturday, May 2. 111. .THE DIRECT ROUTE TO The revolution in favor of better coln, Dakota, is visiting relatives in Mar.For freight or passage apply to W. T. GAINES, Agent. this city. BAY STALLION schools goes bravely on, and will conTHIS BEAUTIFULof 1836 ut my Btublo two WILL LYNCH MUKCJ, miles 1 make the season Rev. II. A. Bagby, of the Baptist DANVILLE, similar meetings will be Theological' Seminary, Louisville, tinue until west of Frunkfort, on the L. & N, Railroad, ut every county and district in spent last Sunday in the city. held in NORFOLK, $10 TO IN8UBE A MABE IN FOAL. Kentucky. The people have the right Mr. B. Stewart Gayle, of Columbus, AND ALL Money duo as soon as fact Is ascertained or the mare to a better school system and will Ky., spent several days in tills city the OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS'. parted with. PEDIGREE.-IVEN-OFF never let up until they get it, and pol- first of the week, visiting relatives. W Teeth extracted without pain by the use of DESCRIPTIOM'AND Inches high, a beautiful Is fifteen hunus three NTtrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar. bay, with black points, and hus fine style and action, grant to the Miss Pearl Thorne, of Eminence, who iticians had just as well and shows very fast gait with a few days' handling. city, has been visiting friends in s-aizljFor tickets and further Information apply to your Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old Joe Hooker, the schools what they ought to have at returned home Wednesday this morning. sire of Maud Macey record 2:16. 1st dam old Baul, nearest r VACANT LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON she by Alexander's Mambrlno Chief ; 2d dam Gray. once and let the matter end, but there Misses Tillie and Jennie Vince and THE north Bide of Holmes street, nearM. Eagle, dee., & a; old Baul the dam of Mary; she the C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, is no such thing as successfully oppos- Mrs. Wm. Hoover, of Jessamine counThe lot fronts 69 feet on Holmes dam of Carlisle, which sold for $2,000 by John H. street, Is 1,284 feet deep and 60 Qon. Pass. Agt., feet wide at Bowen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepper for Genornl Manager, ing aid to the Common Schools of the ty, are visiting Mrs. James M. Saffell, end. particulars' price Mr. us Sc3.it ir a nca. SPiabllelier. m to-da- y, Cincinnati, and of Georgetown Female Seminary, spentiSunday with their parents in this city. Mr. Hugh Cromwell, of this county, left for Drennon Springs, Henry county, yesterday to take charge of the store of Judge W. L. Jett at (lint place. Mrs. Lee C.woodson, who has been spending the winter with her parents in this city, left Thursday morning for her'home in Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. C. V. Craig, of Louisville, who has been conducting a tempeianee meeting in this city for the past two weeks, left Wednesday afternoon' for Mr. J. P. Wayts, of Miss Maude Wayts, Buyers of Clothing STRIKE Will be Interested in the good fortune of Ciut'clicr RECENT FIRE. rf GREAT SACRIFICE! w TS)fC iw m 11 SHOES, HATS, &0 THE WHITE HALL, MAIN STREET. Clothiers Crum-baugh'- s. 10-2- 0. 0. F. CAPITAL GALLERY! EL G. MATTERN, Prop'r, ART 10-t- f. v, Lot For FBANKFORT, KENTUCKY. 10-2- COWS FOR SALE. t. WOOL WANTED! 40,000 50,000 po-xxid.s -- r NOTICE FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS llrst-clas- s ARCHITECTS. MASTIN BRO.'S, IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, -- FARMING 1 3-- Frankfort ISTEW FI'EM! GAINES KENT, Ky-Fe- b. ly GROGRRIRS .' Seed Potatoes for Sale. 13-t- t. FARM FOR SALE. -- SOLID TTI.XIX' -- Cow and Calf for Sale. 3-- WASHINGTON - CITY, IVENOFF! YOEK, 13-t- f- DR. J. S. COLLINS, DENTIST, EL 0 86-1- 20-t- roi3 For 27-2- ticket-offic- e. Crum-baugu'- s. near this city, North Mar. and apply to JOHN B. LINDSEY $6,000. Mar W. L. COLLINS. 27-2- . Richmond, Viboimia. & : i JutLi,.w.iafrjtiftdHnla 'ililP'th iU( L .. hi - m i ii ikn Tin tit ' miaii i aaaaaaaaaaaLaiaaLaaaaiaaaalBaaaBaaaaaaaaaLiaMs WVlWjnMjp. ' 'l ' , 3 Miss Rebecca Williams gave a most Juvan kid glove, live button, for ideliahtful entertainment to a few of 7fi cents, at Weitssel & O'Donnell's. her friends on Thursday evening, in . Look out for our prices next week FRA.NKFORT, APRIL 10, 1886s honor of her gUtst, Miss Laura Will on white mountain freezers, Jno. T. Buckley. A large lot of McxIca coffee Just lams, of New Albany, Indiana. FROM THE Side, Best N. Y. Early Rose and Burbank received at J. Hceney's South The remains of Mr. Robert M. Theo- seed and eating potatoes 20 cts. a peck brave never used anything with such bald', who died in Louisville last week, at J. iieenev's. success in neuralgia and rheumatism were brought to this city Saturday afSugars at reduced prices at J. Hee-ney'- s. as Totigaline. Cemetery ternoon and interred in the J. W. Flanders, M D., For the next 30 days you can conSunday morning The deceased was Wrlghtsvillc, Ga. E, S. Theobald, of tract for roofing, guttering and spouta nephew of Mr. ing at It has been definitely settled that this city, nnd son of Mr. ' Thos. A. callingprices that will surprise you, by on Jno. T. Buckley. this is the centennial year of Frank Theobald, formerly of this city, but " ' All rivers in the U. S., North and South, are at their highest points, but Cure for Piles. fort's existence, and an effort will be J now of St. LojIs, Mo. Piles are frequently preceded by a made to get up a celebration this fall. sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing Republican Meeting:. Monday afternoon nnd ftight snow to suppose lias sone eirec-tio- n inRepublicans of the patient kidneys or neighboring orA meetlnc of the fell to the depth of live and a. half of the ches, but although it continued falling Franklin county will be held in this gans. At times, symptoms of indigesall day Tuesday, it melted very rapid- city on Monday, $iay 3d. A full at- tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness AT 214 ST. CLAIR STREET, of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like ly until by night nearly all had disap- tendance is requested as matters of im- perspiration, producing a very disaportance concerning the future policy greeable itching, after getting warm, Who has been flooded by Rail with an immense assortment of Dry peared of the party will be brought before the is a common attendant. Blind, BleedGoods, Ladies Furnishing Goods, Notions and Millinery,. lately TTnll's Hnlr Renewer renews, cleans meeting. ing and Itching Piles yield at once to Ed. M. Drank, purchased in New York, will sell them lower than the hair, es, brightens, and invigorates the application of Dr. Bosanko's Chairman County CowmUtee. the lowest. restores faded or gray hair to its and Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon .i youthful color and lustre. People with the parts effected, absorbing the TuMajor Thos. J. Hutcnison, who has mors, allaying the intense Itching, and ray hair should use the Benewer, and world' their been employed by the Council to list effecting a permanent cure. jrrice ou thus conceal from the bleached locks und udvawolng age. the children of the city within the cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Having just returned from New York, where I have purchased the school age, is also taking the census of Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Frankfort Commandery., No. 4, K. the population. As our city certainly Hughes & Chiles. largest lot of novelties ever shown in the City, such as Pongee Robes, T., meets in regular monthly conclave lias increased within the last few years For repairs of any kind in roofing Surrahs, French Satines, Serges, Oricntial Embroidered Robes, Emon Thursday evening net, at 7J every one will want to know the exact and guttering, Buckley's is headquar- broidered Batist, Black Point D'Orleans Robes, Cham brays, Organdies, o'clock. As the annual election of of- number of i Habitants', and his report ters. Wrinkled Ginghams, &c, &c, and in Black Silk prices will astonish Car load of genuine Michigan Early you. ficers will take place a full attendance to the Council will be of considerable Ro3e potatoes just received at Wagof the Sir Knights is desired. interest when made. goners for seed. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, LATEST DISPATCHES -- WEATHER BUREAU! ' SOL. HARRIS, LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. will be reorganThe Sunday-schoized for the summer at the Franklin Presbyterian Church, at Bridgeport, morning, at-- o'clock. Every body invited to attend and bring all the children in theirneighborhood. ol S. KLA89, the clothier, better known as Cheap John, Odd Fellows' building, next to Buckley's, has just returned from a trip to Louisville and Cincinnati in both of which cities he purchased large lines of auction goods, in trunks, clothing, boots and shoes, and $300. gent's furnishing goods, which ho is selling out at any price. To the A horses belonging to Mr Delly B. Walcutt was left hitched to a fence in the cemetery, Sunday afternoon, while harnessed to his buggy, when It became frightened at some shots flred in the vicinity by some thoughtless person, pulled loose and ran away, tearing the buggy to pieces against a tree The vehicle was a new one, nnd had only recently been pur chased by Mr. Walcutt at a cost of , Get your seed potatoes from Waggo ner; Genuine lUicnigan Jiany nose. My lace asssortment consists of Val Torchau Buckley will sell a number 7 cook Medici, &c, &c. stove, trimed, for $5.50. If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, puln In back or side, constipation, etc., neclpct may be fatal. One dose of (strong's Sanative Fills will Rive relief, A few doses restore to new health and vigor. J. B. Meek, at the Capital City Ma- A Guaranteed Black Silk for 92 Cents per Yard. Egypt, Chantclle, de An elegant line of ladies' underwear, and I defy competition. A full line of corsets, neck wear, and a thousand other articles too numerous to mention. Just opened chine works, has a few Kalamazoo spring tooth harrows and superior 50 dozen Misses sailor hats at grain drills which he will sell cheap 7t. for cash. gas fitting Send your plumbing and 20 cts. 100 doz. ladies 25 A NEW FEATURE! hats at cts. ' A. A. Willets delivered his splendid lecture on "Sunshine" before a rather small audience in the Hall of the House of Represestatives Tuesday evening. The weather was exceedingly disagreeable, but those who were present felt amply paid for going out on such a bad night to listen to such a splendid lecture. Dr. Miss Belle Grant, accompanied by her mother and Mr. Alex. Hensley, left Wednesday afternoon for Cincinnati to place herself under the treatment of Dr. Dawson. We are glad to know that this eminent surgeon gave it as his opinion, upon examination last week, that her foot would not have to be amputated. voters at the late primary election. to return my sincere thanks to you for your support, and especial ly to the friends who worked so zealously in my interest. I attribute my success more to their labors than to anything I did or could have done, and no act of mine shall ever cause them to regret what they have done. I desire Thomas Frankfort Apr. 8th, 1880. hunter. to Buckley's. "How are we ever going to get through our spring and summer's work? We are all run down, tired out, before it begins." So say many a farmer's family. We answer, try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This is just the medicine you need, and will pay compound interest on the money it costs you. The partnership heretofore existing between R. K. McClure Farmers having real good butcher McClure, under the firm name of stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, the highest market prices will receive by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main f!4-t- f. street. Dissolution of Partnership! arxdf-A- . ,IJ. i Prof. J. O. Mauer will give another one of his grand concerts on the 30th of April. Persons who attended the former one, produced last February under the supervision of that gentleman, pronounced it one of the best entertainWho hopes to have a continuance of the patronage of the friends of and Lungs, combined with these gredients are a few simple healing ments of the kind they ever witnessed. "the old firm. the The next will doubtless be even more The Democratic Primary Election remedies inCough composition oi JJr and Luur Syrup Bosanko's came off on Saturday and was hotly interesting than the former. you should making contested, many of the races being very always it Just the article for Couchs, have in the house hundred and Colds, Croup nnd Bronchitis Price Miss Henrietta Moore, of Ohio, will close. Twenty-seve- n sixty-fou- r votes were cast, and It is 50 cents nnd $1.00. . Samples free. Sold visit this city next week in the inter3 est of the W. C. T. U.,nd will deliver estimated that about six hundred Dem- by Hughes and Chiles. tho'even-ing- s ocrats In the county either failed to go lectures upon temperance on Those indebted to the old firm will please cai nrj of April 15 and 16. Miss, Moore is to the polls or were crowded out and Setle, as, our business must be closed up. said to be an eloquent talker, and did not get to vote after getting there. Feb. 16th, 1680. comes highly recommended by Miss In view of the fact that the Democratic Frances E. Willard and others; nnd it vote of the county has never been is hoped she will be greeted with lnrge much over nineteen hundred at any general election heretofore, it is pretty audiences. evident that the boys from neighboring A temperance Sunday-schowas counties must have come to belp their organized at the Court House Sunday friends out. We give the result below: Hns just recived his Iawm,- mKmmmmfymMmi afternoon, with II. G. Mattem as Circuit Judge Major, 1427; Drane, Superintendent; J. B. Montgomery, 851: Montfort, 3iM. BSfPWiSh K.TjSiaaaaBPHH B Commonwealth's Attorney GorAssistant Superintendent; and W. L. OF1080; Gaunt, 1255; McManama, Wayts, Secretary. Another meeting don. liift. -- THE i J iua will be held at the Court House toaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaHMHMaaaaa Circuit Clerk-FranStoves, Grates & Mantels. 1715; Burns, BEST TONIC. morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, und 7W4. Call and examine the County Judge Thompson, 1024; ' overy Sunday afternoon at the same This medicine, combining Iron with puro Vegetable tonics, qnlckly and completely Brown. 19: Exum. 880. hour. jEaaaaaaaaat!aaaaa'''BiiaamassMgl I'urca Dyspcpsln, I iidiBeatlon, WeaknesN, County Attorney, Violett, 111)5; (SOUTHERN QUEEN 1 mnnre Illoocl, .llaluf la,Chlllttaud Fevers-uni- t tKttKttilSJEJ!l!!J0',t $ ""aaaaaaa4Q Williams, 1517. Nearalffln. "What Shall We Do With County Cleric Smith, 1,043; Payne, It It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tl;o Wrought Steel Range, Idneya and I.lver. 1.010:. Hurrod, 475; Alley, 180; Our Dauyeters?" It is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to The new Library Lamps, new Gas Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. Hiurhes.2. Fixtures ' It docs not injure the teeth, cause headache.or Sheritt-Gai- nes, tho famous This question is asked by a n 2,402. produce constipation other Iron medtclnetn. lady lecturer. Well, wo can Assessor Bedford, 732; Hurrod, 788; It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the apnetlto. aids tho assimilation of food, redo a great many things with them; Moore, S&'i; Hawkins, 001: Henry, 3. white lieves Heartburn and lSclchlng, and strength one thing, we must take good care of Coroner Phythian, 1,310; Graham, en iu muicieit unci nerves. For intcri Went Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of their health, und not let them run 210; Stateu, 017. Aud to many other useful Energy, i mi no equal. down and become enfeebled. For the articles too n. Jailor Sheohan, 012; Williams, 827; jn-- Tho ccnnlne has nbnvo trade mark and merous to mention, nil at the feminine ailments, which may be John Newman, 111; Wuters, 02; Scott, crossed red lines on Wrapper. Take no other. summed up in one word debility, wo 122; Mitchell, 272: bailey, 3; Hayden Bad wily r Blinwl lirMK'At. Ml., SUtHlORE, wv LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES " have a sovereign remedy in Brow'n's 240; Moore, 202; Goins, 44; Smoot, 3; Iron Bitters, which has done much Jas. P Gordon, 228; Robinson, 1; Dan. EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! good. Miss. Mary Greenfield, of Gala-ti- Newman, 4; Farmer, 10. 0f uU III., writes. "Brown's Iron BitSurveyor Woodsou, 1700; Roberts, TJGG8 FROM PURE BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SSSSt- -S . KSfc ters cured me of nervousness, ftidiRes- - 052. i j ana u. h. k. uames at f i.uu ana fi.eo per setHV tne a call, ting of IS. tion and general poor health." Let Suoerlntendent of Schools Hunter. 817 MURRAY STREET, other young ladies take the hint. 914; Hulett, 892; Fears, 060. ; MwlS-i- t south Side, b Banger I A neglected cold or cougii may Katie Putnam, the nightengale of song lead to I'lieiiiiinnlH.Consumptlon or other fatal cur o ti and Queen of Protean Stars, will appear at disease. Strong's Pectoral PIIIt roldtiM uvmnclc Ht"t thine for dyspcpslnjn the Opera House Thursday, April 15th, in digestion, sick headache as thous&uds testify. her Now Five Act Comedy Drama, written expressly for her by C. T. Dazey, Esq., auIf you want a good juicy steak, sweet thor of "An American King," "For a Broth- hams, bacon or lard go to Mack er's life," etc., entitled Erma the Elf, prostore, No. 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. duced in St. Louis March 28, running the site Dr. Duvall's residence. entire week, making an instantaneous hit, Jno. T. Buckley has just received receiving the endorsement of press and public and universally acknowledged the direct from the manufacturers 2,000 feet crowning success of Miss Putnam's career. hydrant hose, and will sell at bottom The St. Louis Globe Pemocmt March 29, says: prices. 'The audience was delighted with the comeWild Cherry and Tar. dy, fall of light and laugter, fairly over-buEverybody knows the virtues of ed with fun. Her friends were surprised Wild Cherry arid Tar as a relief and and deligted. Reserved seats begin Moncure for any effections of the Throat day, April 12th, at Barrett's news stand. inSal-yer- 's R. K. M'CLURE ft BRO., Tjhe; Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, A. H. McClure retiring. business will be conducted as heretofore by R- - R M'CLURE, E. K. McOLTJRB, A. E McCLTJ<. ol J- - XBUCKLEY -- SPRING STOCK -- klin, " jT well-know- in rrai, I n, JOB WORTT kS B-CrCKlB-S- -- J, T, Ti s JaBBBBBBBHV 1 aWtf: sbbbbbVs. JB51BN aaaaiHP I ..wk, if .. ii eHaBaWLfc! aVrtbbbtjbbiv ' jiawJawjiijl , . iZ ' ,., iki i lyVialJaafea aKJH "tffTyrTfc- iil " ir.iifativjftfe-'-ftl- stiilK ""1ri ti lIj. - - .. - i .. uj. ir -- J --i. . a i. - j , ..i , .. fiiiHWWfq mm I j. i '.i -t sa I&ORT ROUNDABOUT. Eov. W. J. Williams, pastor of Prov-denc- e Baptist Church, this county, has accepted n call to tako charge of the fcjiptlst tihtlreh to lawrehceburtf, .alid WilireiHoVe from Woodlake to that place to reside. Mr. Robert Svlj?eH, of El. ttntleiidn Strick Farm, tinyette. county, hn placed his tiorby Candidate, gir jos&ph, at Fleetwood Fnnrl, itdntf this city, to begotten in trim for that eVent,. WEI! .fdrHath trainer for Mr. L. P. Tariton. Persons desiring to rent rt nice residence with a good garden, cow lot, fy;., attached, might do well to look Ht Dr. Blackburn's place in South Frankfort, advertised in another co- Thenmountofwork performed daily by Dr. Chinn1 is indicative of the fact that considerable1 sickness now exists In these parts. Rov. R. F. Middleton and Mrs. Amanda Farmer have returned home from u visit to friends and relatives at Camden, Anderson county. We feel Sorry for" the boys, but our skirts ah? elcaf, aH We warned them some would be left. Cheer up, lads, you will have another chance in four" years. Young chickens have made their in" this section; wejudgfehow eVOr that those who have the care of li them would have preferred their later. The largest vote eVer polled in this, place was east laist Satur'day. W. Hi Hawkins tbr Assessor l&idingthe field, having, carried the precinct by an ale Gibson, of Louisville. Immediately nf tor tho ceremony tho .happy couple left for Woodford whero thoy will make their future home. The election passed oft quietly Saturday. The polls wore opened in Mr. Gcorgo stable. The voters Came out pretty freely notwithstanding the bad weather. John Barleycorn was also present and maue mmseit quite laminar wan some ono. A Mr. Bufiln canto near losing his life from exposure find intemperance. Leo. Wi-loy- 's incU-batld- The Inlttrful Witness has dropped politics, but Will still be a strong advo-o- f temperance, rrtorallty and education! It will not be issued any more this month but will appear again on the 5th' of May. hi i though painful and wearing almostteyoaA "Haiti taflntorr, Rhwmattea of endurance, Is not an incurable disease if treat- nurijr all the land Joint. Qare Tohoauhb. and ed in time. Perhaps no other disease has so W. W. Baxtxb, It. ., Sanaaa, JO. baffled tho eflbrts of science and medicine as this, but at laat been discovered In "In err opinio Toiraaum mpeteadM aH other Which CURES iMomatlo remediea." and Is heartily 8. 0. Wobshah, U. !., Itaneco, 01 by many of the Leading Physicians. Hate Rfren ToWJAlnrt a air Wat. and think It SAY I WHAT THEY ToNOJOnnc Is doing aU that Is claimed It wfll do," 0bertrmd7liTaevOTfoTmdlorBleuBAUsm.,J B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. O. OTBkitebt, M. D Can trail, ,111. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. OR SALE BY ALL DRUOGIBTS. A. A. MELUER. Soto Proprietor, 199 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE. ST. LOW T RHEUMA-aWVVVXVWXtis- mmc&m L,;'rfi CANDIDATES. FOR.TAILEP. W. S. DEHONEY. DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY most Uh'unimbits Vole, Bald Knob. X . Maj. Flack has the Kansas fever. J. O. Burns was at our election Saturday. ing the canvas's, ending last Saturday, hail been used for the propagation of reMr. Mat. W'arron, of Shelby county, was ligion and the tiupresslmi of intern per in the Knob last Sunday. lumn. ance, the good accruing therefrom Ef dar is a place o' torment fur nnemals, would be incalculable. JLa do balky hoss is gwine dar. In order that our friends ill other, Spring chickens big enough to eat "for States, who ore readers of the Round-auout' OBKI8ItKD Hi GLOVES & DtmBCTT. PBO- may keep posted In the affairs themselves" have made their nppearance. pntETona tooiflviLiite tobacco wabe- of this community, we desire items of Mr. A. H. Warren and wife, of Chestnut HOUSE. . interests, for this column be handed us Grove, visited relatives in this vicinity last Sunday. (.The market this tfeek for Burley tobneco by Wednesday noon of each week. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, ? When are potatoes like a gate-poTo see men endowed with mental wither inactive nnd dull, hnd the has. been ground to lowest "grades have shown n decline of 2fi to and physical capacity sufficient to en- When they aro put in the WlLIiBEATTHE able them to till honorable positions in '60 cts. per hundred. The recent weather society, beastly drunk, being auction'Our farmers "who sold tobacco on the conditions will no doubt give largely ir ed oft" to the highest bidder, in politibreaks in Louisville this week report the IN FRANKFORt, KY., creased receipts the coming weekj cal campaighs,. as though they were market "wus and wus." The sales for the week have been 2.710 mere brutes, is disgusting in the sight Farmers represent the wheat crop to be SATURDAY, MAR. 13th, 1886. bhds., with receipts of 1540 hhds. for the of sobriety, an egregious ain In the Sales of the new crop tb sight'of God and a disgrace to them- in good condition, notwithstanding the se'nam's period. SATURDAY, APRIL 10th, 1886. date, 33,081) hhds. selves and family and the community vere weather .through which we have passed. since January 1st, in which they live. Mr. Van. Yount has erected ft newdwell-in- g SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1886. Sales of the market 38018 hhds., against 3G,G38 hhds. for the hoUse oh his farm near here, and Rob or corresponding date Inst year. The followert Preston and wife) of Hattont Will move brAH cased Of BLIND tern BLEEDING FILES cured wiTUOuTUSlNa tueknifk tho BrlilkOrltOir si's Groceries of all kinds at the lowest ing quotations fairly represent our market into it shortly. .or liuatChe and without uny pain. prices at J. Heeney's. fot new barley: Rumor says that the wild caj; has disap FISTULA to $3.50. $2.7 Uark Trash peared in tho vicinity of Tioga, which has 4.r0. 8.B0 to Cured without the knife or ligature Colory Trash been seen in that community, tut nothing r.00. Common Lugs not colory 4.00 to has beon heard of it lately. We are duly sober this week. 7..r0. FISSURES 6.00 to Colory Lugs Principles--(lOur'State has a right to 8.00. Mr. Dock Tverbie is still very low. Common Leaf not colory 5.50 to Cured without cutting or tearing. exist; (2) it can't live unless its children 11.00. 8.00 to Good Lenf The election passed off quitely at shall be educated ; (2) no agency except to 13.00. .' Find Leaf. the State has ever educated the mass of the RECTAL ULGEfl AUD RECTAL CATARRH. Belect Wrappery Tobacco 13.00 to 18.00. Bald Knob. the children ; (4) therefore Our State must The Hickory Grove correspondents Diseased conditions that produce consumption and its children or perish. should sign their names Rourics and educate most of tho chronic diseases, The election at this place, passed oft Dlnbo. except a little hallooing. Not a UTEKUS, Winter stays. Mr. Jessie Smith, of Owen county, tight on the ground. Tho following is the left Monday for Frankfort to take a vote cast nt this place. As this precinct is Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased A "business lull. bowel, also treated. job.in Miles & Son's mills. divided into two divisions, 'the lower one beNot much gardening yet. ing Flat C):eek, we did not get tho number here who, went to The boys rainy. Frankfort to from election had to re- of votes polled. The vbto cast here was : the , Last week might betermed the O. Burns, 137; W. For Circuit Clerk main all night in M essrs. ,McDaniel & Franklin, 112. ForJ. School Superinten- Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Js Chinn Sanders is on the sick list. only a symptom of tho disease that exists In the livery stable. Bravner's dent L. P. Hulette, 122; T. Hunter, 68; . loner bowel. Mrs. Annie Jenkins has recovered' J. R. Fears, G3. For Jailey J. D. Moore, REFERENCES. from a recent illness. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 94; James Gordon, 78; H. Mitchell, 07. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort: RICHARD FERGU. Oscar Roberts' infant has been quite SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. The Best Salve in the world for If the energy and money used dur- We nre nuthorized to nnnounce Kit McDAJWEL as ti Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin county. We areanthnricd to announce S. N. DAVIDSON m an Independent Democratic Candidate for Jailer of Franklin cnunty, agamst the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. DRY GOODS, ratis, cfiotKl ; slcthe I cordially inrlteyou to call an. ..xpminemy New and Fresh fttocp of Goods . MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KV Louisville Tobacco Mar kct. mLsjli Soptf. , DR. I. KELLEY, MEW PLANING MILL. . J.M.WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-CInR- S st prop-a-gat- e. CAPITAL HOTSL Planing Mill, . Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of ALSO Scroll Work, Stair fork & Turnin Gotten out in the Best BtyJe. Mayl5.tf. Stouey Creeki , WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- ) , H-0- AND Bridgeport. Heal Estate Agexrt, PRAOTICEJN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention-tthe purchase and sale of ,rtal estate, collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. very-quietl- PRURITUS, Itching Piles, June ' 25-l- y. Choice ALL Coal Cheap. ed. ill with' croup this week. Cause of our absence last week: Our friend forgot to hand in the items. business has comnienc-- The foot-pa- d ed. Prepare an extra lunch, ladies. A fire scare at Mr. J. W. Jenkins last week. No serious damage however. Mr. Jno. Jenkins, sr., who has been quite sick recently, has about recover- Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and .positively cures PilteVor no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Horse-sho- e Statement of Mrs. E. Hcarne. I have been troubled with Bend. eczema 6f my face for tho past three years and a nun. my entire lace was covered with it, and it rendered me so conspicuous tnat it was unpleasant to appear in public. I consulted the ablest physicians in the city, amonir others a celebrated specialist in diseases of the skin, who treated me during the first Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing KINDS, DOUBLE) SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full AVeight, Bottom Prices. W. Dec. I. KELLEY, M. D., 0. Telephone connection No. 36. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, CEO. B. MAGSXJtf, Dec,8-- f CONSULTATION FREE. 20-l- FRANKFORT. KY. And now the prominence of the .'floaters will subside till the next elec." tion. The political campaign being now at . ap end, a lull in the storm may be expected. , vTVfr. Thos. Farmer and wife have re-from a visit to relatives turned home at Warsaw. and drag outs y Several knock-down- s inof Hiitordnv. However none of the boys were much hurt. Willie Crockett, of Jessamine cnun . ty, is in the neighborhood visiting J friends and relatives. Mrs. Mary Robinson, Mrs. Emily Parrentund Mrs. Martha Jackson, remain about as when lasireported. Mht.Scofleld h Mrs. McWilliams, and dauerhter.Miss visited friends and Bettie relatives in Shelby county lust week. !!'Mrs. Jas. Wilson died of consumption, at the residence of her husband, near this place, April ad, 1880. Mrs. Fannio Parrent, who has been very much worso during the past two Kcweeks, we are glad to announce is bet- -. -- Spring fever in' full blast. Mr. Geo. Mooro is buying sheep for" a speculation. Died. At his home at Tioga, Mr. A. J. Hulott, March 21st, 188G. Mrs. J. H. Sudduth wns the guest of her father's family last Wednesday. Miss Ruth Mooro was the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. C. Bryant, last Monday. Mr. George Tracy, who has been very sick, is reported some better at present. Miss Cora Sudduth, who has been absent for a week, visiting friends and relatives at Tioga, has returned home. Mr. Wash Sudduth has n colt not a year old that is UJ4 hands high. If any one can heat this please step to the front. Married. At the residence of the bride's mother, Mai ch 18th, 1880, Mr. Billie Quire and Miss Lizzio Quire, Itov. J. A. Peters officiating. Mr. Harrison Semonis is having a very serious time plowing. He plows one round and then goes to the shop to have his plow repaired. Don't be discouraged, Harrison. Mr. Lafayette Sudduth's apple trees are bearing fruit on the roots of the tree instead of tho branches, from which ho gathored Ouheuvku. several bushels. COAl, YAED! winter witnout tne slightest perceptible benefit. I then tried the sulphur treatment and various advertised medi HAVING RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN I KEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S, Cooper's and Nelson's Frankfort, we are prepared ut all times to cities, with little or no eect. I visited several springs, including the Hot furnish the Springs of Arkansas, during the suc- BEST GRADES OF COAL! ceeding two years. At tho hitter point AT THE I placed myself under the treatment Which are quranteed the best of one of the leading physicians. Although my general health was, greatly LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, improved, the springs failed to accomRullroad Depot and plish the object of my visit. The Office on Broadway, opposite R. My own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, Williams' Branch otllce and eczema still clung to me, rind was a corner of Second eculea at 11. streets, South grocery, the very best I can buy, und attention Is Frunk-forund Bridge especially culled to my great source of inconvenince and disAll orders will receive prompt attention. S. S. & J. 1L TOLD. comfort. After returning oast fully Dec.l2-tf- . GROUND BLACK PEPPER, t. NEW Housekeepers, Attention! ' ., 7. TWO House In good repair, four rooms und two Dec. 2, 1885. Lot hundred Treatise on blood and skin diseases kitchens, feet fifty feet rront and one the cornerand Bloomingtoii. ninety-twdeep. Situated ejtst of of te'r. Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort. mailed free. Apply to wasteful-irnes- s .' Thk Swift Specific Co., Drawer a Mr. George Wiley Bold his Barrel mare, The sin of extravagance, Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 167 W. 23d Mar. No. 335 Broadway. would be a better name, prevails Beaut, to Mr. It. C. Church for 160 cash. St. iltb ah alarming extent in some localiMr. Dan Gaines, of Woodford, spent ties. Sunday visiting friends in this neighborExcitement Iii Texas. Mrs. Georgiaua Hawkins lias so far hood. Messrs. John Wilson and Mode Webster tvrecovered frotnher recent illness as to Gront, excitement has ueen caused in Are Derfectlv MM and umn HfecMial. bo able to walk about the house and left Monday for a visit to friends in WoodAmerican resuUrlv br TIad the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the ford. iW Woman. aaarMte aaMrtor ( all recovery of Mr. J. JS, Corley, ,tM tfcra;rCiialiVAuMle4i. Doa'twMte ' not so well represented Try money on wtrthlcttaMtniiM. Sallie Crockett and daughter, at Our village was )ast Monday as usual on who was'so helpless he could not turn 'this BBMy arrt. Bold by all Draw lata, or County Court removed to Mr. Wilder account in bed, or raise his head; everybody mailed to any address. Bend i oents for paruculank Miss Ida, have of bad weather and high waters. said he. was dying of Consumption. wtxoox MiNEcirac co miiMto.. Dupuy's, where they will reside in the Tle Blobmington Debating Society, A trial bottle 01 Dr. King's New Disfuture. which, has beqq holding its regular Satur- covery was sent him. Finding relief, of the .The extreme wet cold weatherreturd-edTth- o day, flight meetings at the sohool, house, we he bought a large bottlo and box of .past two weekB has vety much depart- are Borry to say has about played out. Tho Dr. King's ."NrnV Life Pills';' by the progress of work in all young folks will havo to find pmo other time he had taken two boxes' of Pills A QUICK, PERMANcMT. CERTAIN CURE FCR amusement to engage their leisure mo- and, two bottles of thq DJscoverv, he ments. ments. Was well1 'and had gained in flesh Visor or DavelonmamT. In Last Monday and ruesday a snow Married. In Louisville, Wednesday, tho .. a Trial bottles of this OsMftd by IndiMlMs. rc section with a (TIL gtorm prevuiled in this t- aasontB. no BBfiuurMuuiir TTon.n nt 14. .UIUI, u. Great Discovery the history of the i LI1 lUBb. 1UI. UD.IIJ of l,u,g,. A.ni.lMiss . at Jbs.LeCompte.for Consumption free norQuMkwr. jUvalfrfeo&MiiaierttflMaiui Woodford, to ibis place, but now Inhabitants. o 13-3- dy, an acquaintance, who said that she Baker's Chocolute and Cocoa. . herself had been raised from bed and cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. Wine, for cured of scrofula by S. S. S., so strong. Don't full lo give ine a trade. ly advised me to try it that I began, MY RESIDENCE ON HIGH STRKET NEXT to Governor's Mansion. with little faith on my own part unci High street, running back 200 feetThe nlot fronts on JOSEPH - LeCDMPTE ! tc "paved nlley. little encouragement, from others. I There is stable mom ti.r two hornet, and carriage pro corn THE SOUTH BIDE DEDGGIST. have taken it for two or three months, room for two carriage, with a rathou-- fconsistscrib Htable lot. The if and the result is that the disease is and macademized of eight roonn, besides kitchen Irame a practically cured, there being but slight intl perfectly dry cellar, all in order. a The narilen is with variety of the traces of it left. Swift's Specific is in a hitfli statein of cultivation, 'Price 3.500. My rea- high full bearing. finest grape certainly a wonderful remedy, and I son lor wanting to sell is that my business calls nic 10 Mr. Frank feel very grateful that I ever found it. eUewhere. Apply on premise, or II. THARP. Attornev-nt-LaJ. believe it will benefit others, and am Chirn, I IMPERIAL PEKIN DUCK EtifiS, $1.00 PER' 8ET- ready to answer personally any inqui1 ting, ulso Toulouse white' und brown China Oeem eggB, $1.00 for six. Funtull Pigeons, $2.50 per pair. ries in reference to its effects upon mo JOHN II. WALLACE, Mns. E. Heakne, Woodlakk, ky. 8G E. 9th St., New York. STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND convinced that I Would find no reme- FOR BALE. e two-stor- y u z: m m Mar-6-t- f. Tta(ft.?vrc,ttt mmmmBmumm nmuObVllALBtrl IWIAIIIKSBAlll) i j'i mm. I ANSI tn-d- PILLS A Life Experience. Remarkablaand quick cures. Trial Packages. Send stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD at CO. Louisiana, Mo. v Mre. r. , Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. MEN ONLY ,fo-';B- 1 thlrty-slxQunds- g -- oldest ffiBW.Sii,tna.iix i iit . , I n ., . A J- !i4iH.-- . ,Ui li,2htmL. yf 'j..Uf. ,. . , , 4,4jfl . iMIa u J ROUNDHBOUT suDPiemen l. 188(5. FRANKFORT, KY., APKfL 10, (CommuulentPil) ST. PATRICK'S DAY. A Report tliat Comes Sooner Late than Never. According to provious announcement Sf. Patrick's day wan duly celebrated at tho Court Houso on tho night of tho 17tli of of starch, resulting in a collection amount ing to $ 117.0") in aid of tho Parnell fund, which amount has boon sent by tho St. Society to tho Secretary of tho Irish Catholic Bar Union, at Philadelphia, and will bo sent by him with tho other collections raised by all tho Socio! ios and members of tho I. C. B. U., of tho United State's and Canada, to tho Treasurer of tho Parliment-ry Fund in London. Jo-Bop- h n Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. John.T.Buckloy,.Mrs. Josio Ryan, and Miss Ella II ily for thoir valuable and tasty services in decorating tho speaker's stand; to His Excellency. Gov. Knott. Hon. .Tunics H. Mulligan, and Hon. Goo. Smith, for tho graceful and manner in which they discharged their several duties; to Jailer Sheehuu for tho uso of tho Court Houso; to the State Librarinn for tho uso of an Amoricau tlag; to Con. McAuliffe for tho uso of the to tho Frankfort Cornet. Fenian tlag; Band for tho very excellent and appropriate music discoursed on that occasion; to tho following subscribers who woro so kind as to donate tho amounts sot opposite thoir irimes: elo-quo- duo, and aro horeby tendered to Mrs. Fahy, Tho thanks of tho St. Joseph Society aro Mrs. Mrs. Frank Kennedy Mrs. John Sullivan Macklin Mrs. Bridget O'Connor Hon. W. H. Sneed Hon. Goo. Smitl' Hon. I. A. Spalding Hon. J. J.Nesbitt Row Father Young E. Power Pat Newman D. L. Halv Dennis Griffin Jerry Brislan John Morgan 'Squire McDonald Miko Buckley James Heenoy Lawrence Hannon C. E. Collins &, Bro J. Welch .... Sl.Ol) 1.00 .'lif, 1.0!) fi.00 fi.OO 5.00 .3.00 5.00 10.00 '5.00 Pat Coleman Hon. J. D. Kehoo J. W. Welch John Wators John Canty James Brislan Mr. Triplott 13. .()) 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 - Keonon Dan. Fahan Dan. Lynch James Gibbons Geo. L. Hannon Pat Canty Owen Canty Frank Carr Miko Ryan J. T. Larkin Dan. Calahan ' 1.00 '. 1.00 1.00 , : L.Tobin Michael Sullivan Con. McAuliffo Richard Tobin Win. Larkiii John Meagher H Hydo John Sullivan Macklin Mr. Duffy Cash from unknown persons. . . . E. Powr.it, DUNNIrf 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l'.OO Official Vote of tho Democratic Primary. County candidates for Jailer, for Judge, 2 for County Attorney, t for County - c y Clork, 2 for Circuit C)ork, 4 for Assessor, 5 2 Schools, and 2 for P 2 3. i; for Superintendent of r o 3'T?2 2 2 T 7? Surveyor. So you seo, my dear nophew, o LL1r 3 : : : 3 : Si that in all there woro (51 persons wanting i ' j ; ?! ! I f s office. Now stipposo each aspirant made 40 poor devils drunk, which is a reasonable I I N I j j i I calculation, wo havo the total of 2,5(50 men i t : i : : to do bereft of reason for tho time, liable f much harm. Now suppose that of tho above number had wives and chil"" fniC 'n '! IS IS ti 5 'IS i dren say each family had threo Children a. Hi is s. i w wo havo a sum total (5.(550 drunken tramps, otmifi o'D that would cause them to shed tears enough SI CtUS . it IS ' s to tlout tho groat ship that was used in pay-ing out tho submarine telegraph. All this .inioft uojj is ts O0S5 ts t: . ti t for tho eight small offices. I will not menI., il Si il tion tho number of lights, or number of iiopjoo'n 'soiix heads bruised, teeth knocked out, ears bit v is i;i E it is - si it o y. si olf, tho garments soiled, the fJOO pounds of soap used. Y(fu aro awaro'thatwhon a man 'UIIU) J IllJOf q. a. s. t. e v ai ci 3 gets drunk he soils his clothes. So yon seo Zi i s: ss is si hero is a waste of 300 pounds of soap. SupuiiniuuKiijc n: 'o 3 pose each aspirant for office told 1,000 lies, g ; -- ' i -r isioi : : : tsts-ieach Ho told at one nickle, it would pay tho Stato debt and tuition for all tho poor chil rinnt.. Jajtu.w dren of Kentucky. It is thought that !M. barrels of whisky woro used, worth 80 per barrel, making $7,410, and a great number "'"nit 'O'f ? ' u i i3 iJ tz i of poor bantling church members mado drunk, (55 wives beaten, 500 children crip H0CI,!0IX "V 0 pled, some for hfo, 40 untimely births, etc. 9, !& A Attention, office hunters! If you want to bo elected, como down this way. There aro iiuiuji uoqn.iii two men here who can fix you up for a small sum. For instance, thoy took two rr it r4 i id poor fellows to tho polls, expecting to elect x i m thoir man, when lo, both voted against him. A fortune can bo mado in a short time ? uiia t Co Your undo Zeke will tell you all about how :, i U i. I it may 'bo done. Bo careful to observe tho ""'"IIH.tt '0 'II 2. y following directions: x a. a s ci Ut s - iii tc - i First, hire, say 150 spring wagons and go over tho comity of Franklin and gather "U1!'"S 'II .C up all tho jugs', bottles, corks, colfeo pots and various other'articlos tho office seekers OIlfB,! '.W "OHf sent whisky in and tako thorn to Louisville Zi IS IS !S SI C. IS IS IS and sell thorn to tho wholesale ho.ises. Don't you consider this scheme a fortune? poxaun 'S 'our w, vJ " - JlS.(i.'lv C. ' W Hevlth Dkpaht.uk.nt. E. M Hopper is dangerously ill with ""fuiv a ,,Bf r : : ?) ; is . Violott fover, with about 40 moro cases. Undo Zeko included. Bless precious Tom soi3im a ) Hunter, tho school commissioner. May Heaven's choicest blessings rest on Warren Montfort. May all of his official act's bo Batifo 'AV '"f in strict accordanco with tho law, and' his s: sj rj --i ts i,s - x morals bo bettor than soino judges in Uhe iJ cc " tZ s world. Zoko Yocum loves tho boys. "I'JfJt'in 'tl 'H Attention Church members. Sobor up and havo your excuses ready 'for Church pojjuil v ''I meeting at Benson noxt week". Business meeting next Lord's day at Mt. Zion. Even Beech Ridgo may heavo you up. oiook 'K T f x s Zil; i iS r'i St XS9U Your undo Zoko is in favor of primary elections. Thoy improve tho morals o' tho 8llS.ttU!H dear people so much. Men, when they are filled up with bamboozle juice, are so patriA'JIIOH o V otic. So nothing more for this time. risj Your affectionate uncle, UJ Zkkk Yocum. 'II i si P. S. I forgot to say to you that tho st r - is so ISISI9 Si u Sii. C friends ofrf.Iotubors of tho Legislature offer TOiiUWDT V one thousand dollars reward to anyone wlio tf IS St S MX will induce them to adjourn, not that they ti a stjs is i. aro doing no good, but they are deeply connojuis 'i T cerned about their health. 'still against tho Cow Bill. Love to I'm "3llUAVO(J 'A T Governor Knott for vetoing tho bill. i : i Zeki: Yocum. uui.vt5 Ufa !S ,s,s-.- -1 Si rounding country. 15 AVo will say i that there .'$ MAOISTIIATKS were 31 AIIKKT IIoUSK.C'OUr.T-iriJlIS- vUazflS r- s- w et- - McDonald, 019; It. . Gaines, rfi8; G. It. Vallandinnliam, !381; J. J. Pattio, H'Jl; J. W. Boliannan, 208; J. J. Peterson, iiousk 123. ANI Gas- - ! I ! I I ! ! ? .' one-hal- Ckdaii Itux AND TiritnOKPORT G. "V. Hale, 244; J. JJ.ltusscll, 181; S. M. Tinsloy, 107; J. M. Jack.oon, 2; John Edge, 1. Elkhokk S. Throlkeld, 125; Jo Lyon, 1.11; Hockeromith, 101; Gwinn.llO. Carr. Peak's 13 MrLr, -- I I I -- J; -- s C , Viloy, 132. CoNSTAiir.Es L. L. Cox; Z. T. Parrcnt: V. N. Hayclcn; Wm. -- urphy. M Thod Sullivan, 110; Itiehard and Uloominutok Jo -! SS -- I -- I Go -I Vi -- j- -- -- ceived tho highest number of votes cast, for tho various offices, arc hereby declared to be tho regular nominees of the Democratic party to bo voted for on tho 1st .Monday in August, 1880. Tho following named persons having re- -- -- -- --5 For Circuit Clerk Walter Franklin. Fur County Attorney For County Judge s ts- ss . -- -- h IIuntT. For County Clerk For Slicrif) Jno. AV. Gaines. For Count Aessor Lewis Harrod. For Coroner W. II. I'nUhian. For Jailer Minus Williams. For Surveyor D. M. Woodon. For CountSuperintendent Thoa. - K. A. Thomson. H. G. Williams. &. B. Smith; .For Magistrate I iw -- j vr i For Magistrate For MiiiritrntP For Magistrate For Magistrate For Magistrate e For Mai;i-trat- ' -- -- T. Parrcnt. e For W. N. Ilayden. e For Wm. Murphy. Witness our hands this 9th day of April, e For Constable For Cons-ablCn-tablCon.-tabl- For Magistral Put. McDonald. II. E. Gaines. G. W. Hall. J. Ii. Itussell. .las. Carr. T. Sullivan. S. Throlkeld, .las. Lyons. L. L. 7. Co. -- I 0C 18S0. Scorr Hrown. H. Pkti:r Jrtt, John 11. L. Tomx, 1'kytox, I. W. .Jackuon, C. j- . J. II. Hamilton, M. IJ. Lucas, Larky Hannon, Thus. J. Harris. Hahrod, Committee The "Methodist Ladies' Exchange will be held at the ofliee of.the Singer Sewing Machine Company, corner of Main and Ann Streets. The following ladies will furnish the supplies for this week, viz: Mrs James X. Miles, Mrsj G. C Kelly, Mrs. H. R. "Willsnmsl! Mrs. V. R: Franklin, Mrs. Russell Rodman, Mrsi J. IJ. Lewis, Mm. Cain, Misses M. Crumbaugh, Nettie Hughes, Minnie Cain and .Lena Au-dre- w ! :; jj i- Coke. . . . The Exchange will be open from U ti j -- I a. in. to p .in. to-da- y. X. r.-i- -. is Pea Ridge to many of our citizens, although some know how it was going to. bo all tho time. Tho members and friends of Pea Ridgo Sunday-schoo- l are requested to meet at tho school houso next Sunday at ;$ o'clock p. in. "When a man is deficient in sense let him run for an otlico and if ho don't learn wisdom he will surely find out something he did not know before. Tho severity of tho weather has for tho present temporarily stopped tho usual Wednesday evening concert here. It will bo resumed as soon as winter leaves us. What is tho mutter with tho Purrington Why bo silent so long, correspondent? brother J.? Surely you aro not in mourning for tho election. Send us some iUmis from Purrington. Tho Pen Ridgo candidate for magistrate says ho used to bo partial to tho piece of music called ''Bonaparte's Retreat," but sinco tho election ho feels like a small edition of tho retreat from Moscow, and his only solace is tho goodly company ho has in his crashing Waterloo defeat. Soino one forced open tho door of the school hou-- o one night last week and went in and burnt up tho tiro wood that was for meeting on Sunday. Don't do it again, boys tho trustees will let you have tho key by asking for it, for any legitimate purpose. Then you can invito us all. We aro watching and waiting for you. Tho convict labor question is often bore warmly, and with various results. Why our Stato Guards should be used to make any man's business profitable whoso interests aro hostile to tho best interests of our Stato, and tho alleged great principle at stake, which, if successful would either drive a largo number of working men from our Stato or shoot them down, is not seen very clearly by our citizens. Stripped of all its false coloring it amounts to this: What shall it pro lit a Stato that receives thirty cents per day for a convict's labor and expends two dollars per day fora soldier to guard him? Verily there is a great principle at stake. pro-paire- Mr. Willie Pierce's baby is very siick this weelr. Tho result of the election was n surprise I I Harp. is i : so is si si S "X Y. Ml-- n is si l.op l.'ob 1.00 50 .50 50 17.80 Juiusy Gr.tlKIN, BllISI.AN. Hattou. J. Hulott, sr., died a fow days ago and was buried at North Bonson Church. Ho lived an honest, upright life, was a member A. of tho Baptist Church, and had as fow enemies as any man. Ho had hoinu faults; who has not? but in tho main was a Christian gentleman. May wo so live as to moot him in a hotter land. H. C. Young is still confined to his bed Ho with that fatal disease, consumption. recently confessed the Savior before men, ami was baptised in Frankfort by Rov. G. AV. Neal, who has the care of tho Christian Church near this place. John V. Green is very low with typhoid fever. Ho is a good man and would bo missed very much in this community. Mrs. II. G. Mitchell is no better. Notwithstanding disease and death aro all about us, drunkenness and crime is everywhere to bo seen, homu of it brought about. Men in God's by tho primary election. own imago helling themselves for money and whisky. Members of churches buying and selling votes. It is no uncommon sight to see professed Christians leave tho (rains with two jugs apiece, with their eyes as red as turrapins not drunk, but very sick. Your uncle has made a culcultitiou as to what tho primary election has done for tho churches of Franklin county and sur -- yet. Plenty of drunken moil at the election Saturday. We hope wo will have a peaceable neighborhood now that the election is over. Married. At the residence of the bride's father, on the 1st Inst., Mr. Llewellyn Lee and Miss Nettie Lee. A certain party, living: in this neighborhood, has been drunk for a the past mouth, and has been cutting' some high shines in the community. Jle has been running' his horse on the pub-li- e highway, yelling; and swearing equal to a wild Indian. We think it is time such doings were stopped if there is any law in the country. The election has passed oil' without anybody being hurt in this precinct, but It was not for want of whisky, as there was plenty of it used and any number of men drunk for a mouth in this neighborhood. It is a disgrace to any civilized community the way our elections aro carried on. The man that uses the uiot money and whisky is the man that wins. It is impossible for a man to get an olllco unless begets down with the lowest class of men in the world. I think if the Legislature would do something for us to stop such doings they would do the country more good than they tire doing. If they would deprive every man of the right of suHVago who would sell his vote, and a man from holding olllco who uses whisky or money to secure his election, we could then get the right sort of men to till the ollices, but as it is, we don't do it very often. Still cold mid wot Farmers have not doro much work IS I' -- I -- J sj IS rs- -- I IT -- I "t"uIIItAV iHC amiiwav; unoj -- i : : t cs wjoiu.w 'X ee is ts v. ts -- i -- i -- i j "lloo ii "Ur i "II 3 S is a IS 3 is so a is SI SI -- I no -- I -- I ss 1 S". -- -i Si 'IHipnif 'K Aoipjii -- j. '"HJ. ! CiMtii . 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