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W 4 v Volume i F IX FRANKFORT, KY , APRIL 17, 1886. Number 3& -- ; "5 vm3h w STilRTIIG THE SEASOMBRIGHT HOPE W'i!K y:-: j 3K"i'' w Stimulated oy our past success, we are exerting all oui mental and physical strength to make this the TRIUMPHANT SEASON OF ALL. MWSaf" We will show you goods that are Stylish and durable. you prices that are just and fair. ; .We will give mm new Spring Goods. more attractive i Nothing: exquisite, and ancan be se?n than our strikingly grand. Our In our Tailoring Department we can shuT novelties assortment that is Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Department jpF'tbat are have ffi&li ?endeavored to make very attractive hy buying the most stylish goods and an assortment sufficient to satisfy every fancy. 7. turn of Our Hat Department you will find stocked with newest styles, made by the most celebrated manufacturers. A TVTT1 W iilN 1 VV - Asp mtrt '. Tt? VfiTT XL 1 U $. h..A- - J Stylish Suit, the Latest Hat, Nobby fcicikwear, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, White or Colored Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, a Silk Umbrella, Walking: Cane, raveling Bag, Pair Suspenders, Scarf Pin, Pair Cuff Buttons, Gum Joat, COLLAES, CUFFS ate;- - MM Or anything else usually sold at first-clas- s Tailoring anc! Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Establishments, come to us. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES fefe ti ': mil Bit YKFl & CASSELL, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. NO. 302 MAIN STREET, arty I! . Teachers' Association, May 8, , 1. School Discipline 2. Morals Programme Franklin County 188G: Mer-n- a. Miss Mary An Efficient Remedy In nil enscs of Bronchial nnil Pulmo nary Aflcctlons is Aveu's Ciikkry PKqTonAL. Aa such It is recognized Blue Grass Nurseries! f SIFIILTCi-- , 1SQS nd SPRING GOOD -- of Pupils Miss; Maggie Downey. 3. ft; Reading-Pro- f. Hugh Tracy. Pupils-M- iss Essay Attendance) of Lulu Wiard. 5. Our Future Hope Prof. Thomas llunter. G. ' Miscellanous Business. Miss Katie Siiipp, Chairman Com. on Programme. As-k$Y- v- prescribed by tlio mcdlcnl profession, and In many thousands of families, for the past forty years, it has been regarded as au invnluablo liousehold remedy. It is a preparation that only requires to bo taken In vitv Htimll niumtitios. mid n. tow ilourw of it ailniinhtered in tho early stages of a cold or cough will effect n speedy cure, and may, very possibly, save life. Tliero is no doubt ivlmtever that TREES ! TREES! OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNA Trees, Orapo Vines, Small Fruits and sverythlng usually found In a Nursery EstablishCatalogues on application to ment. 11. F. 1IILLF.NMKYER, Mar. x.cxlnton Ky. Just received nil the novelties in- - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral FOE BBNTT1H3 RKS1DENCE PROPERTY felon given immediately. Feb. 27, 1SS6. - DRRSS GOOD! Such as Norfolk suitings, Tricotinc Cloth, Henriettas, Serges ' and Albatros. ' The Franklin County Teachers' sociation met on Saturday, April 10th, 1833, President Tlionv.is Hunter pre-'WL' 'jsicled and Prof. Hugh Tracy wassefoct-ff- .'l, ; kl secretary programme The committee iv' directed to report aonprogramme forwas the next meeting. On motion the thanks of this Association was teudered to the Legislature i? t for the iMssasie of the act to nay tench- $$-ers monthly, and the Secretary was di- P&4 '" House and Senate a copy of this resolu- tion. At the next meeting the officers for the ensuing year will he elected. Adjourned until the next regular T. Huntkb, Pres't. meeting. '$$ Has preserved the lives of preat numbers of persons, by arresting tho development of tho euro of those dangerous maladies, ft should bo kept ready for use in every family whero tliero arc children, as it Is a medicine far superior to all others In tho treatment of Croup, tho alloviatlon of Whooping Cough, and thocurcof Colds and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of tho utmost Importance. Tho loss of a single day may, In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful eflicacy, while tho malady is constantly gaining u deeper hold, hut take at once the speediest uud most certain to cure, Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, iintl by burn situated at the southern terminus of Logan street, Sooth Frankfort, lately occupied by Judge Lewis. There Is a largo good garden, stable, carriage house and cow lot on the place. Dwelling contains six room beside kitchen and servants room. Posses OF DR. BUCK--1 DRESSES MADE TO ORDER On short notice. E,n.lX C222S"3iT. ,T--s MONEY SAVED -- WEITZEL DEALERS IN &. O'DONNELL. L. F. Comito.v. BY (JOlNCf TO SEE- - RODGERS & ALLEN, GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WARFIELD SEEDS, &c. E. w. c. M. Kt . - COHPTON&MACKLIX PKOl'HIETOKS ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPARED BY 235 BROADWAY STREET. JUST OPENED A FAMI lly grocery at the above place, where we will keep constantly on hand a full stock of Koods In our line, we respectfully solicit a liberal share of the public patrouage. FIRST-CLAS- S Huoii TitACV, , - Sec. m Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mnss. Sold by all Druggists. Roller System, ASD MANUFACTUHE Ml . ' prices at J. Heeney's. Groceries of all kinds at the lowest Moat Excellent. J. J. Atkins, e, IVENOFF! 11 ni(t II 41R7 -- r?'?V?ifct'Jj v5It I wllli IW Mar. Rodgcrs 13-2- & Allen. Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the world, Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Caii-ItSquare jan.2 l.Mv. ol Chief of Police, Knox-VUlBAY STALLION WILL BEAUTIFUL Tenn., writes: ,4My family and TIH8 the season of lew at my stable two miles 1 mako & N. Railroad, at 4 1 are beneficiaries of your most excel- west of Frankfort, on the L. lent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found TO IN8UEE A MARE IN FOAL. it to he all that you claim for It, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to Money due as soon us fact la ascertained or the mare "whom 1 havo recommended It, praise parted with. DESCRIPTION AND PED1GREB,-IVE- N; OFF Is ntieen hands three luohos high, a beautiful it at every opportunity." South Side Meat Store. linlilffBTOM Many a Lady 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. M.WATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF MR. In the meat business. I will In futue keep constantly on hand a genera! supply of sumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs. .Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affection of the Throat, Chest and Luntrs. Trial Bottles free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store, Large size $1.00. 3 Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con- bay. with black points, and has line style and action, uud shows very fast gait with a few days' handling. Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old Joe Hooker, the sire of Maud Maoey record 2:16. 1st dam old Haul, she by Alexander's Mambrluo Chief: 2d dam Gray Eagle, &o., & c. old Buul the dam of Mary: she the dam of Carlisle, which sold for 12,000 by John II. Bo wen : also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepper for W. L, COLLINS. 16.000. Mur !I72nii V. Jun, BERBERICH 23-C- Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o Whhlcht will sell at tho lowest nwres for cash. Tan kful to the public tor past favors, tinuance of their patronage. Feb,20-3ni, 1 ask con- M. J. Ko. WATTS. Bridge street 87, v.. vie v '.V' ini.'. i?. mm&d .&!&S&&4lkM4KM ' urn. vjk 'vm sasaja'?TAAvfyfj A ; :& ' : . UT '. . a tw. . a'--,;v- ' 'vi-- ' i - . ji- ' -- A'wa-ji- 3"Vj( irSMHHBbKBiilBiflaiNlilliMM :W.v2:v . r ....;:' J;'A:v-..:v- . y . , . . . .: ? ,iyi ' ' - .j. ifir aa uHuv &? . ''if.1' T r y, HV ," W V &. y i im j Vi :tte vv ;, 1 A m MS? PRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT. Altered at tlie at Ernnldnrt, Kentucky as second class mailable matter. pou-ofii- cc Soda writer, ginger nle nnd mead constantly on tap at J. Weitzel, Jr's. . MABRIKi). J- mmmmmm n 'at1. m GEORGE A. LEWIS, IN MEMOKIAM OF P. J. PARKER. A number of largo fish have been i,d?v$e& l j:, i"vir of the best and most Patrick 188G. caught in Brown's bottom in the last esteemed J. Parker, one Frankfort, died at his highly FRANKFORT, APRIL 17, mous Stock of Spririg Olothinpr mnmifactuied young men In fathTswn 2d Instant, his B"3T by Fccltheimir, Goodkinri & Co., of 750 Broadway, few days, having boon left there by the er's residence on tho night ot the so many lUes of disease being that fell New York City, which, by reason of the years ago receding back water from the river, consumption. Socrnl destroer ho contracted ti STRIKE Mr. Dan. Konedy. flairman in the yard severo cold and thoughtlessly neglected It In Its early of tully at the depot, was so unfortunate as to which came around in there during stages. Twelve months ago, In the hopes of Floriregaining his health, he hought tho climate iY'S get his right hand caught between the the recent rise. da, and theneo went to Colorado. His relief, however, was only temporary and he returned to tho city kty M V3 Was thrown upon the mnrfcet nt a draw heads of two freight cars he was on Some handsome improvements are of his birth to pass his remaining dajs him.earth ""M Ho and dear endeavoring to couple Saturday morn- being made upon the Baptist Church. among those who weie nearand tho best to was nursed by fond hands, medical skill Cod In ing and had the first finger badly A nich for the organ is being built in was summoned to prolong his life, but away In his Inllnlte wisdom saw proper to take him the mashed. e years prime Tlie stock was not damaged by fiic or water, and but the south wall, near the pulpit, beauti- of him. of manhood. Though but "Hud" Parker, as his associates and lesion slightly by smoke. These goods were purchased so of friends were wont to call him, had madean estab new The week of prayer will be observed ful stained glass windows and lished diameter as a good Christian, and when tnat much below the cost to manufacturer that they are pews are to be put in Is said all Is said. Hut It Is only Just to say that ho at the Christian Church next week. was t young man of the purest morals, remarkably able to offer the charitable, amiable and modest In all his works and Hew Mr. Cobb having notified Rev. ways, with absolutely no faults or oven blemishes ot A Reliable Article. iaT Greatest Bargains in Spring Clothing menus were ever G jo. Duralo that he would not be able enterprise, push and a desire to cnumcter tnat nis took place fromtioie to detect. For At his funeral, which the Church ot Ever Known in Kentucky. , to co'ue.to assist him in his protracted iret such goods as will give the trade the good Shepherd and was ery largely attended, and character meeting until a week later, that meet- satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Drug- Rev. Father Young eulogized his lifehlch reputation In terms that fully endorsed the The goods are now on sale and will sell more rapidly among his friends and "Bud" ing will not be commenced until week gists, lead all competition They sell nity at had won His grave was tastefullythe commuat the prices marked 011 them. large. decorated Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, with rare and exquisite Howcrs arranged In many after next. because it's the best medicine on the oeautuui designs, uur young irieno mis gone to me Better Land market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and to his ushes. and left his comrades In tears. Peace Cherished be his memory. Col. S I. M. Major, our Representa. Primary Consumption. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Price 50 cents 'The rose will bloom nboe his grave, 1 tive, had passed through the House of and $1.00. Samples free. And gentle zephyrs linger there, sm At lowest prices ever known. TE3IE And oft thu distant, mooring wuc Representatives on Monday a bill reWill breathe for him a gentle prayer." Mr. Jerome Weitzcl, jr., has opened D. pealing the act requiring all persons to . .n Dunlap Hats in Spring Shapes. his ice cream saloon for the season and pay their city taxes and register sixty cm days before the election in order to be will keep constantly on hand all kinds ice creams and sherbets, $"? eligible to vote for Councilmen for this of pleased to have his friends and will CARPENTER AND BUILDER. be call and Frankfort, Ky. .J' city. If this move is intended to l;elp HIS FROM SOUTH see him. He also has his soda foun H AS REMOVED the Saw SHOP Planlmr Mills of vV MAIN STREET. Frankfort to Col Major into the Council next Deand prepared Ji'& tain in operation and is ready to fur- Wnkelleld und West, where he is building, to do anv i cember we fear lie will be left. Those who contemplate either In ESfc nish a cooling drink to the thirsty, work or country, are requested to give him n call. the city Work will be received by telephone Orders for Job .& The body of Mr. Clint. Sullivan, the either soda, ginger aleor mead. No. 4P, and will receive prompt attention. April tailor, who has been missing since MonThe City Council on Tuesday night f. thly night of last week, was found rescinded their action in regard to the Wednesday morning hanging to a bush school building. In view of the fact .VSi! on the river bank near the mouth of that the committee have adVertNed for .v AUTHORITY GIVEN A MAJORITY OF THE Ay EC. 3r. Benson a short distance below where plans, and they will have to be paid for stockholders of the Pluln Branch nnd Bald jk.a Knob Turnpike Road Company In tho charter of said is supposed he fell in. An inquest when presented by it the architects, it road, notice lsi hereby given that there will be n No, 439 Main St., Over Grulcher & Starks' White Hall Clahing was held over the remains Wednesday 4 of at Bald strikes us as childish to go back on meeting of tho stockholdersfirst Mid road In June. V Knob School house, on the Saturday by Coroner Phythian and a verdict of 1886, at hour of 10 o'clock, n. iu to elect a board of A their action now. This is an exceed- live directors for tho ensuing year, accidental drowning returned. The day of April. ingly important matter, in which the (ilven under my hand this 10th A. THOMSON,1882. R. funeral took place Thursday afternoon entire city -- . .' Presiding Judgo Franklin County is deeply interested, and il SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY jft in Belle Point. our citizens have a right to expect of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of C. Jerry Little, one of the leaders in their representatives to legislate for the Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated atrV. " t, n ff ' the celebrated Breathett county feud best interests of the city and not like a lot of children, who wish to vent some & of several years ago, who is said to General Insurance Agent, personal spite. Vjm have had so much lead fired into his ' ; o? Ofllce on Main St., Opposite Farmers' Bank. (areas during ins many fights, that he Owen LeCompte, son of Mr Win. sw. . u .". cannot swim in water, was in the city LeCompte, who lives near the Forks REPRESENTING ; We will buy 40,000 or 50,000 cf wool and pay more" vtfi the first of tiie week, having come of Elkhorn, was in. town Thursday and it than anybody in tho market. It will pay you to como and see us. IS Leading American and Foreign Companies, for down on a raft of logs. He swore oft' gave au exhibition of an" R. A..FRAZIB1B; , drinking about two years ago and has or some other unusual power WITH OVEU ROBT. NOUL, Ky. Apr. Woodlake, sine? been a quiet citizen. possessed by him, before a small compa& t His father, Jason Little, sr., also came ny of gentlemen at the Court House, $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. down with the party. lie is a lad of about fourteen years of TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP5!SU age, slightly built and with but little 1 erty nt lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of STcfV stcamshln. Prepaid Ticket soU from any point In Apr.i7-iy- . In tearing down the wall of the natural strength, yet lie could let the Great Urlttaln or Ireland tiTJ.' northeait corner of the old Public strongest man place an ax handle on H&- FSifc Sc iool building Tuesday morning, the the floor and attempt to hold it down r- deposit in the corner stone, placed there witli hands and knees, and then with &' with Ma.sonic ceremonies by Dr. J. M. little or no effort pull it away from WILL HE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE of the V. S. p. &c. nt Frankfort, Ky., and opened at Mills, acting as Grand Master, in April, him. Or if some one would sit in a on the 24th day of April. 16i. for purchase2 and re DEALERS 1N- 18(33, was brought to light. It was inchair, place the ax handle against their inoval of the fence on the site. Each proposal must accompanied by certified check for $20, maul cased in a tin box and deposited in a knees, hold on as hard as they could be naynuie to ine onier 01 me secretary 01 1110 Tre,w-urThe rltrht HARDWARE, ft& cavity in the stone work of the founda- with both hands and get another man Information can to reject any bids is reserved. Any FARMING be obtained by applying to W. E. GRUBBS, itv tion. The ton of the box had rusted at each end of the stick, all endeavorV1 Superintendent. through and many of the articles were ing fo hold it down, lie would take it Seeds, Wagons, Buggies. Harness, Saddles, &e. so badly decayed as to be almost un- by the middle and raise it as high as BcTiii recognizable and some of them entire- his head. These together witli some All Kinds of Feed. ly so. The contents consisted of a copy of the feats with chairs performed by AM PREPARED TO FURNISH PURE LAKE ICE Our Implements nro tho best on the market nnd of the stand, of the Frankfort Com- the Georgia girl he could do with ap- I In any nuantltyandntall times, at my Charge. or It anywhere In the city free of latest improvements. Our seedH nre nil fresh nnd Home monwealth, of April 2i, 18G7, contain- parently no effort. He has been pos- Hill deliver grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that wo lcoop tho best Imple' ing the law under which the school sessed of the power about four years, CHOICE dM FRESH FISH ment nnd seed store in Gentrnl Ky. was organized, entitled "An act for the but has never given a public exhibiFeb. My Aiwa) s on hand. Send In your orders. better .organization of the Public tion before, and was somewhat timid. ' JAMES O'DONNELL, Schools of the City of Frankfort," and When trying these experiments ids Cor. Broadway und Ann Streets. for Sale. Seed x copy of the same paper of April 10, fingers would become as cold as though April OF A IS'IS, and of the Kentucky Yeoman of lifeless. He is a remarkable youth. HAVING JUST RECEIVEDRose CAR LOADdirect Michigan Early Potatoes am prepared to furnish April 10, 1808; ten cents in paper; ten from KENTUCKY'S EOUTE EAST WOOL WANTED! them Clinton, Michigan, Innd save you freight and at Louisville prices cents in silver; a Confederate 2 cent Personal. unu see uiu uuu get prices. (iruyage. A. H. WAGGONER, FORbill; a nickle of tho coinage of 1808; a OR . 324 Broadway. WISH Miss Emily Thomas is quite sick "U7E pounds of TO PURCHASE 40.000hluhest B0.000 Mur. wool. Will pay the cash Canadian copper coin of the size of an NEW YORK.. with malaria fever. price. Saeks lurnisneu on implication to us, 5r ALLEN, 235 Broadway. old fashioned one cent piece; a French ROOER3 FARM FOR SALE. April Capt. Jack Veaeli, of Lexington, THE ONLY LINE W, coin of tho same size and metal; a set SMALL FARM OF 8 ACRES, LYING ON TIIE county annual per capita school was in the city Thursday. of A Flat Creek pike, two iullen and a half from Running Pullman New Sleeping Cart STEAMER HIBERUIA Mr. nice Frankfort, Is offered for sale at u bargain. tables; thu report of Z F. Smith, su- gusta, Landon A. Thomas, Jr., of Au frame cottage ot 3 rooms, good stable, u Hue young Georgia, is visiting his parents FOIl FOR orchard of cliolce fruits, and large lot of strawberry FRANKFORT LOUISVILLE T EAVES perintendent of Common Schools, for in this city. plants and raspberry bushes 011 the place. Terms JL every Monday at 1 p. m., and Friday at -- AOSCAR HALE. easy. the year 1800; proceedings of the 3d M. Mr. George Riley, of Shelhy vllle, is Returning, leaves0s30 A. Wednesday ond SatApril KUOMLouisville annual session of tho State Teachers visiting his niece, Mr.. A. H. MeClure, urday at 3 o'clock, p. in. VAi.frulr.lit nr fuiHftnrrA fittnlr m Association held in Bowling Green and in tiiis city. Louisville, Cinciimali&LeA'iiifloH, 41! . .. W. "tn, Am jus, Agent. f 1. u ".. Mar. "."v", w Mammoth Cave, July .'JO and 31, 1807; Miss Belle JDeLime returned WednesTO f'&S iVI a copy of National School of Science, day from a visit ofsix weeks to friends wvuCiri I. F. T ,Jf y WASJULJNUTUJH CITY, ' f f by Oilman; a. special report on the in New Orleans Connecting In samo depot with fasttrnlns'for Common School system of Z. F. Smith, Mr. Isaac Williams, keeper of the UKALEBS IN APITAL LODGE. NO.C, MEETS EVERY 5ION-is lying very ill at his day night Visiting brothers cordially invited. for the year 1807; report of Institution Work-hous'tf OEO. W. RKOCK, N. G. ! ,vr for the Education und Training of Feeble-- home ot the head of Ann street. J. R. WiLLiiMS, Sec, win Sfe' Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Wednesday tor April 1800-'0Children for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO a p small Bible, and list Family Supplies, &c, a trip to Fleminsburg, as u delegate jfflT LYNCHBURG, w. the State, county,a und of the officers of to the State Meeting of tho Women's Sale, Lot r Second and Shelby streets, South Frankfort. Corner municipal gov- M issionary Society of the Presbyterian DANVILLE, 18 lbs for $1.00 First class N. 0. Sugar 2fit,-ernment. The paper on which tho Church. 13 lbs for 1.00 Granulated Sugar NORFOLK, Graham wf BUILDING LOT FRONTING 30 7 packages for 1.00 latter was written is badly decayed and to Mr.W. L. Thursday was summoned rA Broadway und running back 125 feet, FEET ON Arbuckle's coiiee. i"'ii 30 cents per gallon Is offered Pure Apple Vinegar Lagrange by tho dangerAND AI.L- Apply to 60 cents per gallon Very Best N. 0. Molasses faded out, so that only a word ous illness of his mother, who is visit- for sale. the ink l&. R. M. ALDBIDGE. 4 cents tier pound Best Soda i' r ' Si fxi here and there can be made out, so ing her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Clark, April Best New York Creamery Cheese, 15 cents per pound , VIR6JII A & 10BTH CAROLIIA FOIITS. near mat piace. us to enable one to tell what it is. A full line of canned goods, at the lowest prices. :v Mr. John Haly, one of the contracCOLLINS, TERMS STRICTLY CASH. For tickets and further Information apply to your Mrs. A Q. Morris, who hus been DR. IWAJi kB ?wt..T . tors for removing tho walls, brought making her home nearest in this city for sevGoods promptly delivered In any part ot the city. i2:w . W the box over to Mr. W. S. Dehoney, eral months, left Wednesday morning H. "W. FULLER, ' We mean business Call and examine our stock. C. W. SMITH, for Lynchburg, Virginia, to join her ''. unni.uf,iiiT nf Unhnol 1nnl nwi JA l , JIUVV i MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS'. Ooneral Manager, 'JUiMc. J uyjcuuviuumu) llliuikia Gen. Pass. Agt ifi "l husband, who has gone into business WkFFICS, extracted without pain by the use of GAINES & TyniTm Teeth jjjihhi , on exmomon in nis store ) RlCUMOND, Viboinu, Mar. 274m, , mar. Itrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. with Mr. A. G. Alstrom in that city. IvimJM . M Edit; r and. Jns. HVeney has just received pounds of Lexington flour. Call and 2t. try it. m 14th April, 1880, at the residence of tho bride, by Hov. George Darsle. llr. James MONTGOMKHY, Of o,0()0 S. Montgomery, Gllllatlll COUIlt lltlll MlSS VICTORIA ot Tyhonk, Anderson county, Ky. a. bic STRIKE Buyers of Clothing Will be interested in the cood fortune of Ciutcbcr & Starks in securing a good portion of the Enor r. OBITUABV, a . '! Y&I'ifl '&YLt$ - jjcea. 1 SSW &Ji b 7. M . .)V1 .V.KI' 5f I . j RECENT1 FIRE. M nv GREAT SACRIFICE! twenty-thre- to - i S. &0, 'i i. WHITE HALL, ART Clothiers rt 17-8- Turnpike Meeting. CAPITAL 1 GALLERY! MATTERN, Prop'r,, . Bouscl 1 1 IEANKFORT, KENTUCKY. r '. Court-Apr- 17-t- d. F. HUGHES, WOOL WANTED! po-a.3a.cl- H-- S 5," s electro-magneti- c, $ law-abidi- ng - FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS - Sealed Proposals Court-Hous- 111, MASTIN BRO.'S; IMPLEMENTS, 11 y. LAKEJCE!! semi-week- ly Z4f 17-t- f. Potatoes -- 13-t- f. i 17-l- V -- SOLID TBA.I1T -- w- 13-t- NEW FIBM! KENT, -- 0. 0. GAIITES - e, minded 10-t- t. 7; GROCERIES jd-j- ? rm . For ,t 10-2- , J. S. '- -' DENTIST, ticket-offic- JU m . -- , ao-- tl &isi, I'' mt&s Xi7I.i v,Ly..,,! WM rVd ,.' i x.j',:t?jJ&KZ.uA. ' mjz&A&th,.. M..ramxki,rr ni;LVJMtiwttiK:WMWfrM)mw OttltffwitiSiKKBBImf "rKvv SIStKStKikBKKKBKIBtwf vKHJSKtBSBttBwn '"BkB 1 Mi'M H ' i'ii.'V. SI if ".' mm T r k .W .,,:& 8$MANKF0BT '. ROUNDABOUT, . FRANKFORT, AtfRIL 17, 1880. T.nvtnn4ni flrutt fa growing, they send It down by the car load. 2t. fPtin n n Mrs. Maggie Hallnan will be pleased to have the ladies in the city and Buckley. & . Henry Williams sells Cream and country call and make an inspecBest N. Y. Early Rose and Burbnnk 2t. (AT'Eavorlte flour. tion of her pattern hats and bonnets seed and eating potatoes 20 cts. a peck which she KM A Inrcro W nf Mnvinnn nfiffce Ingf. Apiil 22d. will exhibit on Thursday. at J. Heenev's. Sugars at reduced prices at J. Hecf,'" Jfeceivednt J. Hecney's South Side. KlTv; Jas. Heeney sells Cream and Favor- ney's. i great (JYBarnum's .ill circus will exhibit ite flour. 2t. For the next 30 days you enn con in this City on the 22d of May. tract for roofing, guttering and spoutJ v i Don't forget the opening at Mrs. ing at prices that will surprise you, by W. Johnson & Co. sell Lexington Hallnan's, Thursday. calling on Jno. T. Buckley. J. 2 .r. 'C 2t. flour. fef. Cure for Piles. The Lexington Holler Mills Co. is Piles are frequently preceded by a a case of the only mill in the State that does a Gave Toncaline a trial in in acute rheumatism in the shoulder. It strictly wholesale business. They sell sense of weight thethe back, loins and ft,'. acted like a charm. M. H. Hose, M. to dealers only, but exchange flour for lower part of abdomen, causing & the patient to suppose has sono eflec-tio- n wheat. 2t. D, Sorgho, Ky. iK?A of the kidneys or neighboring orEverybody Invited to Mrs. Hall- - gans. At times, symptoms of indigesK Day & Haff sell Cream and Favorite tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness nan's spring opening. ft1" v,flour, made,in Lexington. 2t. of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like Jl We ask our frjends to aid us by buy- perspiration, producing a very disaTry Howard Bro's. soda water and greeable itching, after getting warm, ing our tlour. Lucas Bkodhead, ginger ale. ,r-is a common attendant. Ulind, BleedSandy Hoiuj, j ing and Itching Piles yield at once to LeCompt. Joe. Meeting. the application of Dr. Bosanko's fA meeting of the Confederate MeAyer's Cathartic Pills are suited to Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon morial' Association, will take place at every age Being sugar-coate- d the parts effected, absorbing the Tuthe residence of Mrs. R. M. Aldridge are easy to take, and though mild they mors, allaying the intense itching, and h on Saturday, April 24th, at 4 p. m. A pleasant in action, are thorough and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 and full attendance Is requested. searching in eii'ect. Their efticacy in cents. Address, Tlie Dr. Bosanko V. L Jett, Secretary. all dhoders of the Stomach and bow- Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by els certified to by eminent physicians, Hughes & Chiles. Howard Bros, use Cream flour to andismany of our best' citizens. For repairs of any kind in roofing 2t. make their cakes. and guttering, Buckley's is headquarA. Dilger sells Lexington flour. 2t. ters. t Don't forget Prof. Mauer's concert on ,J,r the 30th of April. It will be an extra- Perfect soundness of body and mind Car load of genuine Michigan Early Rose potatoes just IP. ordinarily attractive entertainment. is possible only with pure blood. Lead- goner's for seed. received at Waging medical authorities indorse Ayer's !& Get your seed potatoes from WaggoSpring and Summer opening ..?: 'at GrandJDora Ferguson's on Thursday Sarsaparilla as the best blood purify- ner; Genuine Michigan Early Rose, ing medicine in existence It vastly Mrs. . ? increases the working and productive Ap'ril 22. . All are cordially invited. Buckley will sell a number 7 cook powers of both hand and brain. stove, trimed, for $5.50. j v We use nothing but pure fruit syrups " If 'out of sorts' with headache, side, conAsk U 'in our soda water, and you will find it other. for Lexington flour and take no disorder, torpidneglect pain In back or stomach liver, may be latal. One dose stipation, etc , 2t. jtr ihe best in town. Howakd Bros. of utroxiR's Sanative Fills uill give relief, I A jt) restore to new health and vigor. A grand display of pattern hats Afcwdosci Iffy. J. B. Meek, at the Capital City MaWe had the largest rainfall Monday and bonnets at Mrs. Hallnan's Thursday. chine works, has a few Kalamazoo and Monday night we have had during any twenty-fou- r hours since the S KiiASS, the clothier, better known spring tooth harrows and superior kin flood of 1883. as Cheap John, Odd Fellows' build- grain drills which he will sell cheap ing, next to Buckley's, has just return- for cash. 7t. The verdict of everybody: "Howard ed from a trip to Louisvillo and Cin12K Send your plumbing and gas fitting cinnati, in both of which cities he Bro's. soda water iyfyjfc' Kthe finest drinks iuand ginger ale are chased large lines of auction goods,pur- to Buckley's. in 3tf town." "How are we ever going to get trunks, clothing, boots and shoes, and S gent's furnishing goods, which lie is through our spring and summer's selling out at any price. work? We are all run down, tired out, En' "woman well Known in 'this city ana before it begins." So say many a farnf Kah Joe LeCompte wants every one of mer's family. We answer, try Ayer's "," "" "ro ariliatnn vi 1K to try his flour. 2t. Sarsaparilla. This is just the medicine gtfj uuugmui, uuuiu iinuu iinius iiuui 1111s his friends you need, and will pay compound inAn Englishman's Testimony. terest on tlie money it costs you. La.years. . . . m . . I feel it my duty to the thousands Farmers having real good butcher Incluu-- ! who suffer from Blood Poison to give stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, , The largest ana nnest stock, Li insr the very latest stvles. will be dis my experience with that horrible dis- will receive the highest market prices played at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's. ease and the wonderful effect of Swift's by calling on Mack Salyers, 22li Main , n.-w. . fl4-t- f. Specific in its treatment. I am a street. native of England, and while there I Danger ! A neglected cold or cough may oftit throat- a I loll tf Inn nrnnin ia at .X Wait. contracted this terrible disease, and for lead to InumoulH.Conurnptlnn or other fatal two years I was under treatment as an Strong's Pectoral PillT U euro n 'o'da bvnmptc. lU'uhinp;fordyspep3l,t,Iii out door patient at Nottingham Hosesw&i5 -.'J &: digestion, sick headache- us thousands testify. was not cured. I suffered Miss'Lena Stewart, of this city, and pital, butagonizing pains the in mv bones. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet ?&: DriH. M. Pusy, of Louisville, will and most covered 's Ws. was with sores all over my hams, bacon or lard go to Mack .4be married at the first Presbyterian body and limbs. I had vei tigo and deafstore, No. 223 Main street, oppofl4-t- f. kv vjuuuuuu xucnuu.y uvuiiiuu iicvi. ai.il ness, with partial loss of sight, severe site Dr. Duvall's residence. K 'of her friends in this city are invit- - pains in my head and eyes, which received Jno. T. nearly ran me crazy. I lost all hope in direct from Buckley has just 2,000 feet the manufacturers 1 9d to be present. that country, and sailed for America, hydrant hose, and will sell at bottom Tinflfps: Mrs. Dnra Forrriisnti hns and was treated at Roosevelt in this prices. W city, and by a prominent physician in Kft t trimmed hats priced from twenty cents Keynote to Health . having no , up. - New York, Call and examine before purchas- the hospitals. I saw collection with the advertiseHealth is wealth. Wealth means ment of Swift's Specific, and I detei-mine- d independence. The Keynote is Dr. to give it a fair trial as a last re- Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, " J'W''0 " luu" 'B'"" v.u 5f sr had up all money Dy ouying 01 uick l'ur- - sort. I as I given passed hope of being the best Cough Syrup in the world h;(?Jt8ava had cured, through the the fiVguson, as he has the agencies for all hands of the best medical men in Not- Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in ConChest. Bronchitis and primary New York. took PI:' He best known brands Ligget & iMyers tingham and S. S. and canI say six sumption. One dose gives relief in bottles of S. Take no Nugget f'Star brands, Pruneattempt toand being great joy that they have cured mewith every case. $1.00. Sold other. Price en- 50 cents and by Hughes & t to do Amfp among tlie tirely I am as sound and well as I Chiles. 1 . - ever was in my life. in tobacco he should be patronizI was so proud u of tho euro that I wrote to Glouches-te- r, A England, to an old companion Tom. Rodman, jr., sells Cream flour. who issufiering with locomotor ataxia, k Mr. A. H. Doty, the efficient maim" as the doctors call it caused by Blood Poison. He has arrived here, and is iger'of the telephone- exchange in this taking S. S. S. with marked benefit. fc. tX.. - 4U t .4. I confidently believe that in a short if''wirofl lif tliA rtnaitinn lina arlvrpii it nn nnrl time he will bo entirely well and that after having passed through the best h will leave for his home in Chattanooga medical hands in England without nuy good effect. L. Fued Halpoud. New York City, June 12th, 1885. Ctlbeen succeeded by Mr. A. Lake, of Treatise on blood and skin diseases I Louisville . mailed free. V The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3 Tlie Opera. Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d K m u n.i t Miss Lindner, of Lexington, will take St. a :i -- THE iui 'iVtwirt Jn tho new oiihrn which Is tn ho BEST TONIC. The Lexington Roller Mills sent ' performed shortly in this city. The down on I'Tiuay a car load of flour. This modlelno, combining Iron with pure Vegetable tonics, nnlckly and completely tueai juuaicui uuu unuuuuu uuuui ui Of this Chas. Lange and Jas. Heenev (.'urea I)y(Uctln, Jndlftestlnn, Weakneax. Impure UlooiliAIularlutCbllUHndFoverM, Frankfort has also been secured for the each took 5.000 pounds and tho balance ant: Nfurnlala. y occasion. It will bo a grand treat for was taken by Henry Williams, J. W It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho Johnson, A. Dilger, Day & Hair, John Kiilnoys nnd l.lvcr. people of our city. Tho music is Banta and Howard Bros. Mithe It. It Is luvaluablo for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary Uvea. suDiime auu me pioc mgmy sensation-alan- d It does not Injure tho teeth, cause hcadache.or Mr. J. an old resident of produce constipation othtr Iron medicines do. interesting. Rome, Ga says, that he had beon It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates tho appottto. aids tho assimilation of food, BwV badly troubled with Kidney Com Heartburn and Uelehing, and strength. ouuwt9Uiim mat. Mil ciiicitisiii vt postmaster plaint for a great many years and enn tho muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of in this county is selling the with Eczema for three years; at times .'.. Energy, &c, It has no equal. I;, 'unclaimed Roundabouts left iu his could scarcely walk and had tried Jfg" Tho genuine has above trade mark and many remedies without benefit, until 1wil3 eroskcd red lines on wrapper. Tako no other. .sv4tts IlllUtJlUJS rvxtiirt ltn mit4-UWLLUIl UU UU1LU tt LlUUtl IIIIIIIT. ntvfl he began taking Electric Bitters and d wiry brown rHKMiib ro., BUTtBon. a& Mf'7 in that line. We Would suggest to the anointing his hands and 'feet with ' v geat that if he does not mako enough Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treatALoutof his office without resorting to ment afforded him great relief and he EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! L&'l'vthifl means to raise the wind, he had strongly recommends Electric Bitters F7GGS FROM PURE BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS .. ' rua " to all who suffer with Kidney Comper seta better throw up his Job and hire him plaints, or need a Blood Purifier. Sold ting otl8. B. R. Games at $1.00 and $1.60 817 MURRAY STREET, self out as a farm hand. by Jos. LeCompty. , 3 South Side. MarlS4t. i1 , K4', Try Cr&im. To Tlie Ladies. Cream flour is now in the lead. 2t. Juvan kid glove, live button, for 75 cents, at Weitzel & O'Donnell's. Look out for our prices next week on white mountain freezers, Jno. T. LATEST DISPATCHES -- FROM THE - 1s3 WEATHER BUREAU! . .i-r- . il T All rivers in the U. S., North and South, are at their highest points, but t$ji& SOL. HARRIS, AT 214 ST. CLAIR STREET, Who has been flooded by Rail with an immense assortment of Dry Goods, Ladies Furnishing Goods, Notions and Millinery, lately purchased in New York, will sell them lower than the lowest. m ': JT1 , .T.i ".t !. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. Having just returned from New York, where I have purchased the largest lot of novelties ever shown in the City, such as Pongee Robes, Surrahs, French Satines, Serges, Oriential Embroidered Robes, Em- broidered Batist, Black Point D'Orleans Robes, Cham brays, Organdies, Wrinkled Ginghams, &c, &c, and in Black Silk prices will astonish you. x Jh A Guaranteed Black Silk for 02 Cents per Yard. Egypt, Chantelle, de , My lace asssortment consists of Val Torchau Medici, &c.,'&c. B.J V 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 50 dozen Misses sailor hats at 20 cts. 100 doz. ladies hats at 25 cts. A NEW FEATURE! R. uu' sUs-k- l - ioi.w H MTCLURE OF- - Would announce to his friends that his SPRING STOCK Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, Is now complete. Thankful for the . o. 1 Ac Sal-yer- LIBERAL PATRONAGE Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- , unuance 01 cue same, A fT'' OOTTOTlVTrL ViTT TLJ A T IF NOT BETTER We will always do ; AS WELL FOR YOU nx-s- job-tM',bi- ng THAN YOU 7 IBM5, m 11 CAN April 17, lbSC. DO ELSEWHERE. SPRING STOCKS OF Has just recived his large i- 1 1 J. T. BUCKLEY Km'K JiiMiwlW WR7J?v; Fn -- Stoves, Grates & Mantel; Call and oxnmine the SOUTHERN ill fsjmml flK3rJjMMjflMCl2?lPSflHIMMHHH LLBLVflLVwlViP'VsBSIHHnliBr QUEE Wrought Steel Range, Tho now Library Lamps, new Gaa Fixture tho famous M-Nor- rls, 'BH WHITS And o mnny other usoful articles tc merous to mention, nil nt the B'MBKKjjBBfcMBlLll2ii-lsMBBBBf- Mil m LL c liy LOWEST HARD TIME PRICI Of nil kinds solicited in roofing, guttei gas mung anu plumbing. JOB TVOREi -- m -- -- -- - Give me a oall, T. T. BTTOICXJEr 8f ,Y?ji ' LI8TER WITHEttSPOON, President) JOS. LkCOMPTE, Sec. und Treas. r fur III III H iFYiypTfiiy nn rp niii i c pn IIIV III LalwMI I IVIIIIll III..I I I balssfft IV U U II U II SflsiSr W I ' 1 W H. JLj LUCAS BRODIIEAD, ) HANDY HOItD, 11. A. MOHAN, ), Directors. '1.1 A W Want every family in Frankfort and Franklin county to While we do not claim it is the best tho csbo of a of rhouraatlo condition, and a chronio rafferer from tbia dlaeaee, who had been drirem almost to the verge of Insanity by her monthly sufferings, its action haa been moat satisfactory. It relieved nor promptly, and she now passes the onee dreaded period with but little discomfort. I could mention other instances of a similar character, bnt this Is remarkable oase." T. F. FRA2ER, M. D. Often Mked,bntBeldomaBnreredgatliif(!torfljri "It then a nmedr known to the medical profet(HiUii wmaUayteBuaerinpecallartowomonwhoareeubJeottovmerrAeIMudltoattenoultdicomfortl?,.' ,f yu have CotlWftC There Is nottried It, do so AT ONCE.v4k04nAV4v relief for you it has been found in Bead what an eminent phyaMan hat to way upon the aultfectt " I hare derived partlcQlarlr gratifying result from the use of Tongallne in eaaei of Dsmenorrhe. la lady in the world, it is as &$2&fc XSi at LW -- A A L ' " N '' 5'V!l?Sfi ' ' 'iSl ?, W&rBs! WWWWW - , $! 'm jtSM A. A. MELLIER. Sole Pnfr,mflSSfti2ttA GOOD AS ANY MADE IN THE STATE. m -- CANDIDATES. F0RJAILEH. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin county. Wc arc authorized to announce S. N. DAVIDSON as an Independent Democratic Candidate for Jailer of Franklin county, against the Held, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 188S. W. S. WE MAKE- - CREAM EXTRACT, FAVORITE PATENT & GOLD MEDAL FAMILY. dry NOTIONS, Sep3-tf- DEALER IN SAPLE AND FANCY ':& ;m DEHONEY. 1 'si -- goods;.;$ GLASSWARE t CROCKE.. ' - Zi r i-- CREAM & FAVORITE are "What We Brag on. It CHAS. LANGE, 11. 1 I is for sale by flUY&HAFF. North Side. J. April 17-l- m El DR. . J-- lJS Now and Fresh fttook of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT.KY . . :.!.... T..4I,I. iutuv jvu t. ..It.. wAiiwiiivuif buuniiuu. ivviuiuii I.!l..i, v i l Str IV1 ' til JAS. HEENEY, W. S. KENT, A. DILGER, J. W..10HNON R. WILLI A1IS. & CO., f Sout" SWe' I THOS. HODMAN, JR., M. BANTA. j I. KELLEY, NEW PL AMINO MILL: OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, by a traveler, a few days ago, to a piece of fence which shuts up the road from EverWILL-BAT THE green church to Franklin church. Then he his stops nearly to Evergreen retraced We are indebted to Mr. Geo. F. Berchurch then by Farmdale pike to Bridgeport and along Shelby pike to the point whero ry for a copy of Phillips' newspaper the address was delivered, a distance of G IN FRANKFORT. KY.. 'ratebook for 1885. or 7 miles. If the road overseer or some spirited citizen would post a notice at tho SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. "' The alleys of the eity should be cleanend of tho .road, giving notice that the road was closed, it would save a groat loss of time SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. ed up. They are all in a horribly and loss of temper. filthy condition. Some.years ago an attempt was made to SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. shut up the road leading from this village All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured Mr. Dnrsio will preach to Frankfort, which move was promptly by the Brlnkerhoff system without using the knife night from the text, "Whoso breaketh met, resisted and defeated by our citizens, or lioatuke and without any pain. as it very properly should have been. Ever a liedge, a serpent shall bite him." FISTULA since then tho residents of our villago have suspicious of every act of tho court been Cured without the knife or ligature. After having been silent for the past mst relating to roads, as though thoy feared a two weeks, the town clock is again "on conspiracy to prevent them traveling, or FISSURES Wo would respectfully call the atten- to prevent them traveling the way they a strike." It is to be hoped it will Cured without cutting or tearing. tion of the City Council to the wet wanted to go. If there is one thing more keep it up. . than another our people are noted for, it weather pond on Cross street. It has was ever RECTAL ULCER AND REGTAL GATAffRH, no persuasion or Hon. Fontain Fox Bobbit and others more water in it now than at any time is, that move them an inchflattery way thoy in tho able to .will address the Blue Ribbon Club at since the flood of 1883, and is likely to didn't "want to go. And if you wish to conditions that produce consumption and the Court House Tuesday evening next, produce any amount of sickness. That rouso the ire of the citizens here, just pro- Diseased the chronic diseases, most of pose shutting up the county road. Pea 8 o'clock. at portion of the city in which it is locat- Itidge is about 2 miles from Frankfort and . .. ed has been built up rapidly in the last situated about half-wabetween the Shelby UTERUS, Alex. Rodman, colored, was lodg- few years, and the evil effects of this and Devil's Hollow pike. ed in jail Monday by Sheriff Gaines, There is only one other way they can Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. m& H there being three indictments against pond are being felt more and more as get to those pikes, that is by traveling the the population increases. It will have old county road to within sight of town, him for selling liquor to minors. we&ffl to he drained sooner or later, and there then turn along a lane impassable in wet is no reason why the City Council weather, at the end of which they find them- Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is Mr. Wesley Gaines, an old citizen of selves about as far from town as when they only a symptom of tho disease that exists In the the Peak's Mill precinct, and an uncle should not have a sewer constructed started, about two miles. lower bowel. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, . The Life of Judge Richard Reid is almost ready for distribution. It is writter by his wife, Elizabeth Jameson Reid and publishedjby the Standard Publishing Co , Cincinnati. It is n beautiful book of GOO pages, and promises to be a biography of thrilling power. The tragic end no less than the spotless life, gives it for all a melancholy interest which will cause the book to command a large and rapid sale. Mrs. R. S. Watson has the agency for Frankfort and vicinity and will at an early day give all an opportunity to possess it. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having reoently added to his Establishment First-Clas- M CAPITAL HOTEXi s Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of '...VI ,Li Sr.h, Dcor., Blinds, Frames, Moldinj ALSO ; ',; . -- 3V Scroll Work, Stair Work Maylfi-tf- I Turnln tyt i to") Gotten out in the Best Style. . WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- jfl -t- , COURTS tol w5! vt, aw. - W , AND Heal Estate Agent, WILL PRACTICE IN THE 0V$f, . fm -- k y will alto give special attention to tho purchase Vi; and tale of real estate-- , collection of renti. Vj3 . Claims, buu 1110 negoiiaiion 01 loanti 'JUloe opposite Court House. V ... v. .: -- June 25-- 1 i'Mi '.. PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Choice Coal Cheap. SCREENED-'"'- from it to the river at once. of Sheriff John W. and Mr. W. T. .Gaines, of this city, died Thursday A Card. "", i night of dropsy. To the voters of the laleprimary election: rope stretched A man walked a tight I desire to return my sincere thanks across Main street, from the top of to the voters of Franklin county for & .the Opera House to the top of Averill's their kind support, and especially to ' drug store, yesterday afternoon, and a those who worked so earnestly in my interest. N. B. Smith. large crowd was drawn into the street iz &nrZh tn rw him norform. Saiiclriffle. &V ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Cuts, f " Sores, Ulcers, Salt Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped any one by addressing Hands, Chilblains, Corns, antf all W. KELLEY, M. D., Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar 376 "West Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0. anteed to give periect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 20 cents per CONSULTATION FREE. Dec. box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. The Best Salve in the world Bruises, for REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WIT11ROW, Frankfort. KINDS for A LL family use. DOUBLE Prompt Weight, Bottom Prices. Delivery, .Full Telephone connection Ko. 30. 'j ! 'Tjj -- ?M GEO. B. Dec.8-- f 'M i M ! TS5? L,, I. FRANKFORT. KY- .- 2dsS 9 Housekeepers.' Attention T 2C-l- .VI-.-- m "fiS erm Bfi !' Spring is at the An excursion train will be run from bird is heard, hand, fields song of the the wrapped in for their beautiful foliage Beautiful to Lexington to Louisville the Duruoso of iriviiur the lovers of behold. base ball a chance to see the game beSuperstition is, that the war of the tween the Louisville and Cincinnati oflice seekers of Franklin county has Clubs. The train will leave this city at subsided at present, so has the money amongst poor and miserable that 9:15 in the morning and returning allowed the themselves bought into the , twill leave Louisville at 7:50 in the ranks on the gorgfield of battle. ff "'rajSfc evening. a.E.wk. At Harvitland, on the 8th inst., a team or rather a span of horses hitch? .MBLtf. Mr. P. B. Lillis, formerly of tins' city t ' ed to a wagon, ran away from the mill. S See? Nvhb' is now farming in Shelby county, The whistle blew for quitting time which frightened them. They passed 'ffiS Lxvrites that he had a cow to drop three by the where there were a opheifer calves on Friday of last week. several men standing, who tried in M 1 Ail nf Mimn nra flnintr well, and have vain to stop them. I have not been ascertain vattracted a great deal of attention, Pat able to or not. whether thev were injured riding miles to see them. Mr. Joseph Peyton, Othinks that raising stock at that rate Bend, was ahie to get to of Horseshoe i tl.e polls and in this city VJjeatstho express business vote, which was a surnriso to many 'ito smithereens. He has had consumption in a bad ;$fli stage for more than a year. He had . Methodist Indies will hold thoir Ex- - charge of the poll books as clerk, "ohange, on Snturduy, April 17, nt the oflice from accounts, of liald Knob for more ., i'' of 'the Singer Sewing Machine Company, than a quarter of a century, was took at the time his disease ; corner Mnin and Ann stroets, during the hold of him. Who can take his posi' i'tit-- fmm 11 n. m. to fi d. m. The follow- tion? We shall certainly remember r.Xing" iadios will furnish supplies for snmo, this good and faithful servant while ' Mrs. J. J. Quin, Mrs. J. M. Case, Mrs. our existence here on earth lasts, and - . .. r'm'n cinnrtra. Mrs. Vinton Simms, Mrs. G, know him in that better and brighter above. y " ,fcirttn ra -- . R. Thnnlinld. Mrs. K. H. world time is now as It ever has o. V. "JT vruiuiu, The been ' 'Taylor, jr., Miss Mary A. Gaylo, Miss Sndio for tho faithful und true to be rememTanner, Miss unnsuue nimunuiiu, mies bered. . A Louisville Tobacco Mar ket. NEW rOBNISHED DI OTjOVEB & DUBHETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- HOUSE. ' OAL YARD! KEEP CONSTANTLY cooper's una eison's nr.r.mTMn 4 furnish the A COAL YARD IN RECENTLY HAVING Frunkfort.we OPENED are prepared at all times to kMim ., mm IN STOCK, ,;-- ,..- nrvrta 1 WASfir trfviM mwm , & Vanilla,. m 9HKZX S post-offic- e, i peo-.'jfflr- ie , Prices for the better grades of Burley Tobacco have advanced some during the week, while tho medium and low grades have about held their position. The recent offerings have shown a decided improvement in condition. Sales for the week, 2,821 hhds. Receipts for the week, 2,440 hhds. Sales sinco January 1st, 40,834 hhds., which is 1,274 hhds. in excess of the sales for tho corresponding poriod last year. There has been a marked increase in receipts in the past few days. The following quotations fairly represent our market for now Burley. Dark Trash 2.75 to 3.50. Colory Trash 3.50 to 4.50. Common Lugs not colory 4.00 to 5.00. Colory Lugs 5.00 to 7.50. Common Leaf not colory 5.50 to 8.00. Good Leaf 8.00 to 11.00. Fine Leaf 11.00 to 13.00. Select Wrappory Tobacco 13.00 to 18.00. BEST GRADES OF COAL! -- AT Which are qurunteed the best. TUE- - Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES My own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, . 1 j? - hl"Ja tho very best I can buy, and nttontlon Is especially caiieu to my , y$ PEPPER.. -- Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Oflice on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot und Brunch oflice and scales at II. R. Wlllluuis' grocery, Wine, for cooking purposes, nt 82.00, per Gallon. corner of Second und Bridge streets, South FrankDon't fail lo give me a trade. fort. All orders will receive prompt attention. Dec.l3-tf- '; j . S. S. & J. II. TOLD. JDBEPH - LbCDMPTO r;t THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGI8T. $H z. 'h J FOR &ALR ON HIGH STREET NEXT Mansion. The lot fronts on igh street, running back 200 feet tc a paved alley. There is stable mum lor two horses, and carriage room for two carriages with n .rat pro f corn crib and macademized stable lot. The houe consists of y frame of eight rooms, besides kitchen a and perfectly dry cellar, all in order. The garden is in a high state of cultivation, with a variety of the finest grapes in full bearing. Price f 3,500. Mv reason lor wanting to sell Is that my business calls me elsewhere. Apply on premises, or to Mr. Frank t X RESIDENCE MY to Governor's H two-stor- r:f)-rho- . mail-carri- er IFOB a. SALE! BUILDING Chirn, Attorncv-at-La- SIX BEAUTIFUL J. II. THARP. regularly by 10000. AmeMow kMp Used Women. OiiarMtee ajiMrler, to uonvwMw XMVui or fVl monev on woitkleM e.trstMM. .Trr" flmrt. Sold by all DruretoU, or K",V thla Besad7 r, ror parucuw mailed to any address. Hena cents ',i Pn, WIX.COSC 0PEC1VIO CO., to-d- I MLE1JJLS114 etaen, 4? vna reniiM. Fhllste,, LOTS, Crum-buugh'- a . .- 1 .Martie Jones and Miss Emma Kavanaugh. '&! Pmnkfort Comniandery, No. 4, elect- e?i ,the following officers Thursday '"evening for the ensuing year: Jas. A. Murray, Commander; V. A. Knlten-briiGeneralissimo; Henry Wilson, Captain General; J. 11. Stafford, Pre-lat- e D. M. Woodson, Senior Warden; Bussel Sneed, Junior Warden; F. V. Gray, Treasurer; W. S. Dehoney, Recorder; Peter Light, Standard Bearer; W. S. Capllnger, Sword Bearer; J. W. Pruett, Warder; Sanford Goin, Guard. n, Pea Ridge, Oats, looking Mr. Willie DWELLING HOUSE TWO STORY FRAME repair, four rooms undAND two House in good kitchens. Lot fifty feet front and one hundred and ninety-tw- o deep. Situated east of the corner of feet KINDS AND VARIETIES OF TOMATO, Murray und Second streets, South Frankfort Apply to Cabbage, Pepper and Sweet Potato plants conMrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, stantly on nund and for sale. Call at my farm on No. 836 Broadway. Mar. the Lawrenceburg pike, or telephone SatTell's residence. 0. W.BAFi'ELL. Apr. Located on Holmes street, near Sir. John Apply to E. H. HKNSLEY. April s. FOE SALE. 18-3- fl.BivuoawM&iiaw . IIIIDltliCU IB nn.-- B B B&AiIlliyKDai, tan, Hlauiaa III .rA--i -- PLANTS FOR SALE. A Life Bzperlenoe. BemarkaW and 'I 'w qulolc cures. Trial Packages. Send ;U FTJJ tamp for aealed particulars, ddrea WAHP A CO. Louisiana, Mmj. I Pf. rv,' ir. ready for corn. like. Mud plentiful. Pea RidlfO Sundav-sohoo- Farmers orettiner Weather warm and spring well. NOTICE. tirst-clos- Pierce's baby is better. l feet on Holmes The lot fronts 59 DEWARE OF ONE HIRAM W. STAFFORD. HE street, Is 1.U84 feet deep and 80 0 feet wide at s has a slick tongue, and is a swlnu- - North end. For price und particulars apply to ler. April OF T1IE VACANT LOTHolmesLIZZIE U. SHARP street, near M, I the north side of foe Igor mi m m s--Xjib,. '' v i s . ; ON ' Crum-baugn'- J. W. TREMERE. Mar.JS7-2- JOHN B. LINDSEY wns , ,. last Sunday, with Mr. Alfred Reed superin tendent, air. win. aooK secretary and Mr. SALE! James Tracy, treasuror. A full attendance requested (Sunday) at 8 p. ra. The Bridcrenort corresnondant mlani PEKIN DUCK EGGS, $1.00 PER 8ET-a very flne address by not being thoro, IMPERIAL Toulouse white and brown China Geese1 ting, ulso which in force and invection hnd imf fm eggs, $1.00 for six. Funtull Pigeons, J2.60 per pulr. joiIn h. Wallace; equals in the language. It was delivered Woodlakic, kt. nrrrnnf,! Men iJtiink . ' 4 . El Mar-C-t- f. U IS 1 MEN ONLY Mjwnsjrm buuik TiZlbm oqd,jFfem ,knaa, qrBtre: USIW.ll U lUUIPVrVMUUV. VAUiWSOB ,oto Iffm'l ' ' A 0UI0K. PERMA MENT. CERTAIN CMEFCR "Benefits In o iMcepuo aajriuurM Biiuur wiimn a monin. norQuookorr. Pofitiv Proofs, falidMcrfcttMftM or Usvalop: they know all about Mustang, Un? iment. Few do., Not to know il not to nave. $M$M f?S - .:;:&? 1$$ v5 for good, all right; if for bad, all wrong. believe It is now tho custom to release the prisoner, at tho prison door, No wedding this weok sure. with a small sum of money, that in Farmers nro nil idlo on account of tho many instances is inndemmto to take wot weuthor. FRANKFORT, KY., APRIL 17, 1880. him home. In place of this procedure, Mr. Doc Kerbie, wo nro sorry to learn, is would it bo any more than just and no better, if nnytliing worse. right for the State to return all prisoners Forks Elkhoru. to tho counties from which they were visitMiss Malisio Moore, who lias boon Mrs. Murry is quilo sick. ing relatives on Stonoy Creek, returned sent. I have heard that there wns n law homo n few days ago. Miss Snllio Wnrron is reported sick. covering this point, but have not been Mr. cousin, April so fnr litis fooled even tho weather Henry J. J. Smith, jr., visited hisSunday, Mr. able to find it. If not there certainly Moore,' last Saturday nnd and should be one. in justice to Franklin. prophets. u number of other friends on Cedar Run. "Would it not be well, before the close Tho 5th nnd (1th of April, 188(5, will bo Mr. Jessio Smith and wife, nnd William of the session, for our Representative long remembered. Smith nnd wife visited A. J. Grepnwell nnd to investigate the mutter? Justicia. Mrs. Loyd Fenthorston nnd Mrs. James family Sunday. Gallnhuo lmvo boon unite sick. Mr. Jas. M. Flack, of Bald Knob, spent Mrs. Fnnny Allen arrived homo from four days this week with his nephew, A. J. BOMBOOT mm Stoiiey Creek. J of BrElreort. , Kunsns City, Missouri, Inst week. Mrs. V. II. Wilkorson, of Scott county, wns down horo last week, visiting her daugh-toMrs. Loyd Fenthorston. Mrs. G. "fJ. Hughes arrived homo Inst week, from n prolonged visit in Ohio; nnd has been sick ever since her arrival. Tho extrorno bad weithor wo have had has caused considornblo sickness in our community, even our defeated candidates nro complaining. Tho members of Mt. Pleasant Church nro requested to bo at tho regular Church mooting, on tho fourth Saturday in this month, as business of groat importance must bo n tend too. Herod Harris nnd John Handy, two negro boys, got into u difllculty Inst Sunday night here, Harris stabbed Handy in tho side near tho heart with a knifo. tho wound was not deep enough to make it fatal. Hirris was arrested, ti'id fined $15.00 nnd costs. The reason why our items did not appear last week was that tho iwn forceful yiun man of Woodlake vicinity carried thoin in his pocket from Thursday morning until lato Friday evening. We predict that ho will never marry because ho wall surely forgot the day. A iichewo. Tho grand jury should bo nottllj J of tho conduct of some young men in this community; their behavior in and around tho bridge last Sunday ovefting. Will tho good people hero stand such conduct? Lot tho law take its course for onco, and soo if thii gs will not bo a littlo better in tho future. The following ofilcers and teachers wore chosen nt tho organization of tho Forks of Elkhorn Mission Sunday School hereon tho first and second Sundays of tho present month. John H. Burdin, superintendent; T. T. Camion, nssistant superintendent; Miss Snllio Ready, secretary; Miss Katio Cannon, treasurer; librarian vacant. Teachers: of infant class, Miss Katio Cannon; of primary class, Mrs. Sarah Feathorston; of juvenile class, Mrs. Win. Bedford; of intermediate class, number one, Miss Lula intermediate class, numbor two, Mr. Tho comprehensive or adWin. Bedford. vanced class will bo taught by tho superintendent, or assistant; of the Biblo class, Mis Bettjo Jones. School moots at Stodman's hall ovory Sunday oveniug at threo 6'clock. Everybody invited, nnd contributions solicited in behalf of tho mission work. May God bless the work and those who contribute to its support. Fortu-nntely Co-hu- Greonwell. r, Mr. J. J. Smith, jr., is building a car for the purposo of taking pictures. Mr. J. J. is n No. 1 photf.grnphor. Mr. Doc Quinn nnd wife visited Mr. Jop. Rnrdon and family Saturday and Sunday. Tho Hickory Grove correspondent did not have time to writo last week. I guess he attended tho wedding in tho place of Flag and Still. Mrs. Maria Brawnor lins boon ill for sov oral days, but is improving. The boys say that thoy took Payne killer until tho !!d, but now thoy drink Smith's tonic. Tho election tall: is still raging. It is all about tho combination. Mr. Jas. A. Violett says ho was beaten fair nnd square. Mr. Violett is n clover gentleman. We hopo wo can help him to some higher ofilce, ns ho made us the best attorney wo hnvo over had. EZarp. Bons To Mr. Thomas Hazlewood and wife, near here, April Uth, a fine son; weight 1) pounds. Mr. Win. Harpor has a splendid milch cow ho wishes to sell. Anybody wishing one would do well to como and see her. Mrs. (). B. Polsgrove. A. B. Polsgrove nnd wife. W. S. Polsgrove and wife and H. D. Harrod and wife, aro visiting at Mr. Henry Polsgrovo's Still raining. Farmers have done but littlo plowing yet and not much prospect for any. If it don't stop raining pretty soon thoy will be lato with thoir spring work. Wo aro to have two schools in this place, one by Mrs. Dr. commencing Willson and one by Miss Mary Bell of Frankfort. If tho children of this district don't got an education it will not bo for want of schools. Our town is improving very fast. Rov. J. Peters is having his house fixed up, which adds to the appearance of it very much. Messrs. Hugh Burns and John Perkins building u saw and grist mill as soon no they can buy tho machinery. Somo of our boys have got very long faces ovir the election. Thoy should take thoir defeat easy and prepare for tho next time. The worst thing about their defeat is, it was dono by voters from Henry, Shelby and Woodford counties apd mountain raftsmen. When Franklin county can't hold nu election without such doings ns thnt it is time to quit. Whisky, money and ISloomiiiKloii. corrupt men in our elections aro fast demoralizing our country and I think it is Born. April third, to Mr. anil Mrs. timo to put a stop to it before tho rising John lluydon, n daughter Mary. generation is ruined for oer. v Mr. Noy Johnson loft Saturday on a to-dns, con-templn- to indisposed. We think it quite likely Irish potatoes will be planted in the dark of the moon ufter all. The heavy nuns the first of tho week did considerable damage to those bordering on' water courses. From the number of tin peddlers that visit this place weekly we should judge the business to be very remuner-- . Warmer. Very much like Spring. Vegetation puts forth rapidly. Fruit reports now in order. The Club meetings seem to have subsided. A promise to u child should never be broken. Rob Sargent is on n visit to Jessamine county. Uillie Jackson was quite sick several days last week. So far as we are advised tho sick are all improving. Mrs. Wm. Miller has been quite sick again this week. The heaviest rain fall this season here last Saturday. Misses Emma Jenkins and Lizzie Jackson are on tho sick list. Born. April 11th, 188(i, to Mr. Joe Spalding and wife, n daughter. Mr. G. AV. Hall paid a visit to friends at Winchester this week. Mr. James Dorsoy and wife are on a visit to friends and relatives in Shelby county. Mr. Wm. Miller was considerably bruised by a horse kicking him last Saturday. dipt. John W. Daniel, who resides nt Mr. Joseph Parrent's, sr., is very much oc-cur- ed ative. Mrs. Sarah B. Freeman has returned homo from tin extended visit to her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Farmer, Louis- ville. flying visit to friends in Sholbyvillo. Miss Biddie Wallace spent Sunday visiting her friend, Miss Katie Duvnll. Bev. John Cannon, of Scott county, spent Monday visiting the family of and .Tinnnie Can, youngest son of Mr. J tunes Carr, are on the sick list this week. Mr. Sam Heading has moved his family to his. residence about one-hamile from our village;. Miss Birdie "Webster returned home Sunday from Woodford where she has been attending school for the past three lf Mrs Ellen Flynn. Mrs. Donie Kring months. Married. Thursday, the Sth, at tho residence of the bride's father, Mr. John Malcom, Mr. Roland Walters and Miss Linn Malcom. Died. Friday, tlioMh Inst., Mrs Hannah Oravitt, widow of the late George years. Mrs. Gravitt, aged sixty-fou- r Gravltt was ti well known christian lady, having been a member of Bethel Baptist Church for the past forty years. She leaves a largo family of children to mourn her loss, who, wo hope, may feel that she is "Asleep m Jesus, blessed sloop, From which nonuever wake to weep." The funeral took place from tho family residence Sunday at two o'clock, services conducted by Rev. John Cannon. Leo. Tho Wade Bros, nnd Towles left this week to comply with thoir contract. The construction of a pike near Alton, Anderson county. Several young men of this neighbor hood are engaged in piue building in Anderson county on the Wade and Towles contract. Sunday-school- s have been organized in the following churches in this viciniMv Editor 1 would like, through ty, viz: Franklin, South Benson and your columns, to call the attention of Evergreen. our Representative, as well as the citiRegular services at South Benson zens of Franklin county, to the num- Church at Jl and ber of that are citizens of o'clock a. m. oath day. Rev. T. J. our county. Some time back I heard Stevenson pastor. it citizen of Frankfort say, that some Rev. J. B. Jones preached at the ten years ago, on the occasion of a friend making a race in tho city of Bridgeport Christian Church last SunFrankfort, he investigated the negro day at 11 o'clock a. nt. and Rev. Jlnr-vi- e voters of the town and found more Dennis Methodist, at the same among place at p. m. than one hundred the negro population. What must tho A fine rifle was found a short time number be now'.' I do not think, for a since on tho pike between this place aro bad and Frankfort, which the owner can' moment, that all men, on the other hand, many are hear of by calling on C. 11. Parrent sterling men, who, in the heat of pas- and paying for this notice. sion, have committed acts, repented of Wo not unfroquontly see persons, as soon as done, that have rendered whose love of sport predominates, enthem amenable to tho laws of their couraging children, littleboys, to light. State. lint we must admit that many Jiis is criminally wrong, to say the of them aro bad men, beyond the hopo least of it, and deserves .the strictest of reform. They make their homes censure. hero among w. Some from choice, others from lack of moans to reach their former homes. After a short time many of them come to the front COW. again, either in tho Circuit or Police T HAVKFORSALKA 0001) MILCH gallonsWITH kooiI l calf three le four Courts. Jsy tins means I'Taniciiirs milk per day,weeks old. Will lor tho calf. Mi) one enou-- li besides criminal list is made much larger than wlhhlntf to bee her milked will will on it should be, besides adding greatly to U2 miles from Frankfort. D the cost of criminal prosecution, just Apr. otherso much more than we would wise have. We can produce as many bad men as we have need of, at home, without having to import from all T HAVKEKHIT fiRADK .1 HUSKY COWS, WITH parts of the State. Everyone,, I care 1 youiieiiUte. which I will sell cheap. U 4fl Ull Illicit Ky. not who, has inoro or los influence, Sprint; Station, exert on oneor more persons; if April Skit. that they to-d- ay ts ts Cow and Calf for Sale. 3-- "C0W8T0R SALE. & i I l .