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Whitesldes & Staten and the style of the firm will hereafter be Staten & Dehoney. Mr. Dehoney Will shortly close out his stock of dry goods and devote his entire time to his new business. 'Mr. Jas. G. Greenup has purchased the interest of Mr. Anderson Gaines In the grocery establishment of Gaines & Kent, corner of Second and Shelby streets, and the style of the, firm will hereafter be Kent & Greenup. The young gentlemen composing the firm are energetic business men and we Miraculous Escapes. Mr. W. S. Dehoney has purchased thurand Amy have been married. thejnterest of the late E. Whltesldcs All is explained and every body forW. V. Reed, drutrfflst, of Winches in the furniture nnd undertaking busi- given and made happy. ter, Ind., writes: "One of my custon Mr. George Hardy, of this, city will deliver an address before the Blue Bibbon Temperance Club at, the Courthouse Tuesday evening. All are invited to attend. -- BARGAINS! BARGAINS! -- wish them succes. , There was a street rumor on Wednesday of an impending duel between irtSk. ' Hon. E. II. Taylor, jr., Mayor, and Major Lewis E. Iiarvie, growing out 'of some hot words passed between those gentlemen when before a coin- '' mlttee of the Senate on Tuesday night, I and the Louisville papers, announced Thursday that Major Iiarvie had asked Gen. Basil W. Duke to act as his ": Jsecoiid, as he intended to challenge Mr. Taylor. If Major Harvie had any 7 such intention, he must have thought t better of it when his passion cooled, as no challenge has passed. " six months' lime she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now W. C. T. ,U Notes. so much improved she has quit using it. life to it." The Woman's Christian Temperance She feels she owes her LeCompte's Free 3rial Bottles at Joe Union will meet in the chapel of the Drug Store. 6 Church "Wednesday Christian 12, at four o'clock. Will every member try to be present and bring a friend or neighbor? Is the mot virulent form of fatal, lint not Icm Lens at the Christian The meetings so. U the vitiation of the Mood o which the first pviiipinuiM a"u Fiiunlcs. Church have increased in interest and nnd Cutaneous ErupSties, power this week, nnd a number of tions. Boils, 'Wlieiilliotnlittol'fierofiilaj.'hcs waniinofif'M'iTscncchysucIiindicaHoiis. accessions to the church have been no tlniM n'lould lxi lost in uxirn,' Aykh's Mr. Cobb preaches tomade. Bev. S.utSAiuimXA. tlio only perfect and uicdlcliic for the jurificatlon of the morning and night. night, blood. and also during the greater part of SCROFULA next week. All enjoy listening to his plain and forcible presentations of the Ts a foul conupiiou in thu Wood that rots -after-noon,May ers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Randolph Co., Ind. was a longsufferer with Consumption, ana was given up to cue by her physicians. She heard of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and becran buvinff it of me. In NICE PAIR Of-- If you want a- - PYEMIA MM CALL AT blood-poison-ln- spt-fdil- err-tnlnl- y icl!-!'l)- !c McClure's Bargain Counter. Your Choice for gopel. From thev,Union Signal" (Chicago), the brilliant and powerful organ of the W. C. T. XL, we clip the following in Miss Frances E. Wiiliard's ,lTen days in Kentucky." - - out all the machinery of life. Nothing t. Will eradicate it from tins f.vMcui ami jirc-ven- ollV)rIii; lint Tlii i repiini-tlo- u AVKH's Saiinaiaiiim.. inlso Hid only one Unit, will el''iino the lood of Jlci'cuiiiil jiolson and (lie taint, of Contusion I)Icuos. Iinjovor-ishe- d blood U productlvo of I'm n to BUYERS With the elegant goods-w- Miss Lillian Spencer, whose place among the great emotional actresses of is firm and assured, will appear wucr ihskk at me isew uneru jauus mi liltf'.'-May 12th. She will produce day, ..jeanaer ticnarusons vriuu vi me great dramatist, Sardou's, "Andrea," under the title of "Anselma," a play S'v ofthe' most vigorous character andbeau-t$f- y tiful in its construction. A superb on ? ' eomnanv will support Miss Spencerstar, ikb" this her fourth annual tour, as a , .,., 8",i k.. ,,. iweMj mwAv ancJ everyining is pruuu&eu u.y mc Rj?.- - .' mabaeement to give perfection to the performances. Miss Spencer, it is said, liatfnot yet had a role of such strength and force since her great performance of Cora, in UL' Article 47," or of such tender sympathy since her beautiful giving of Hazel Kirke. Price Parquette and Dress Circle 75 cents; Balcony 50; Gallery 25. Side of seats begins at Barrett's News Stand .Monday. May 10th, without extra charge. to-da-y, v f' - - , A.Coming Mf&L'l Treat. -- WP The. most important event likely to take place shortly in this city is the Jspfe'- production of the new opera, Lena, in nree nct3 wlth lul1 cnorU8 nml orcnes" wsH?.- w... mho itiiwIr is exceedingly beauti- r ..- c ., and the plot very interesting. The ful 'following Is the synopsis: Karl webuemi weauny piaiuer oi ifl.- South Carolina, sends across the ocean fc'tjtt'Or I11S uqiiltlll giuuuuunmi ' whom he has never seen. On the ? voyage the vessel is wrecked and Lena 't falls into thesea and Ls left to perish, but t her governess and companion, Amy, is t. Amy, on ar-"- ? ' saved in the 'riving jit WebberM hnm.3, impales her--f :eif upon old Karl as his granddaughter. Years before Karl Webber and one his ? At Frankfort our devoted band hnd a A wretched condition Indicated by Pallid huge meeting in the Hall of Representatives Skin, Finer id Muscles. Shattered in the interests of local option. A high Nerves, and 3Ielnnclioly. Its lht license bill hnd been introduced and I spoke nr Venknc!is, Jmxizuoi; symptom was too tired to materialize against 1'josh of Kcrvo Force, and Mental a tithe of the profound opposition thai I lis course, unchecked. lends mevitablv to infinity or death. "Women feel toward that subtlest device of the eneo froquentlv mfler from it. The only my, by which so many of the very elect that,' while iurifvlng the blood, Mrs. Runyan, the have been deceived. with new vitality, and invigorates president of our W. C. T. U. at the capital, the whole system, is is a cousin of George Francis Train, and h has had a ladies' school there for a generation. She is a strong, bravo woritKi'Aitr.D isY man, greatly respected and beloved. Mrs. Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Capt. Hyde had worked up the details exSold by all Druggists: Price $1; cellently. It is universally admitted that Six bottles for $5. this Legislature drinks less tharf any prede cessor, but it is ominously slow in legislation. Its bill to outlaw gambling, just passed, gives some hope of progressive action on the temperance petition go anxiously watched for by the W. C. T. U. and NO. 6, MEETS EVERY CAPITAL LODGE. brothers cordially invited. Visiting all good people. OEO.W.REOCK.N.G. Wo were rarely entertained at the capital. J. R: Williams, Sec. Miss Sallie Jackson, and her friend Mrs. J. . April f C. Morton, welcomed us to their cultured hospitality; gave us to drink from china UT over a hundred years old, and procured for 1ST--w us, in addition to thoir own delightful conversation, the pleasure of meeting Major H. T. Stanton, author of "The Moneyless Man," and Col. Johnston, former Secretary of State and editor of the Kentucky Mrs. Morton is a charming writer, of s bacon and lard at Gaines AfKent's. whom I trust we may hear more anon, and Go to Gaines & Kent to buy your groceries. both ladies were for temperance when it was not the order of the day in their own You can save money If you will call on Gaines & social circle. corner Shelby buy your groceries, ANBSIA it.Jt n. medi-ein- New Spring and Summer well-nig- Ayer's SarsaparilEa, UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear. Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. '' e One-ha- lf Price. DELIGHTED! We have it mm have been selling this season. just received I. 0. 0. F. 10-t- n Mi urn BIS Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. Kent & Greenup's. First-clas- Yco-ma- n. Great Bargains! -- IN- PPI A Friendly Letter. 1, '85. - Gentlemen: Your remedy is cer est prices at Gaines & Kent's. tainly one of the great discoveries of or eradicating A fresh lot of Hymen's pickles at Gaines & Kent's. the linn century. biood poison it has no equal. A friend Go to" Gaines & Kent for pure apple vinegar at SO who has been a great sufferer from cents per gallon. that disease, contracted during the Best N. O. Molasses can be bought af Gaines & war, you will bo glad to know has, Kent's for 60 cents per gallon. by the use of Swift's Specific, cleansed his system entirely of that, and mer- Give Gaines & Kent a call, cor. Shelby and Second streets, South Frankfort to buy groceries. curial rheumatism, so that his skin nnd tongue and breath are us pure as a May 1, lSglHf. child's without the least taint. He desires me to say this to you and to thank you with all the sincerity of a BAY STALLION grateful heart and healed body forgiv- THIS BEAUTIFULof 1880 at my stable two WILL miles the season poor, frail humanity so effective a west of Frankfort, on the L. & N. Railroad, ut ing remedy for a disease hitherto regarded ir curable. Let every one similarly af- $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL. - neighbors, named Warren, had made flicted take your remedy, and they Money due aa Boon as fact ls ascertained or tbe mare parted with. up a match between Warren's son surely willtobe well again. In his beDESCRIPTION AND PEDipREB.-IVEN-O- FF encourage others. I gladhalf, and is fifteen hands three Inches high, a beautiful and Lena. Chester and Amy, ly write and sign this. Chester bay, with black points, and has Hue style and action, and shows very fast gait with a few days' handling. Very respectfully, "however, upon meeting, have a mutu-"- ii Joe Hooker, the Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old record 2:1G. LaFayette Sykes. sire of Maud Macey Mambrlno old 1st damdam Baul, al.dlslike for each other Amy falls Gray Chief; 2d she by Alexander's Ches-ter- 's of Mary; she the Eagle, Ac, & c. ; old Baul the dam - in love with Arthur Warren, which sold for $2,000 V John H. From Tennessee. dam of Carlisle, cousin, who reciprocates her Bowen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Topper for , Judge. R. S. Bradford, ' W. L. COLLIN9. who was cured 6.000. affection. Webber, however, insists some timo ago of a cancer, writes from Mar upon the marriage with Chester , and his home, TiptonvHle, Tenn., under all, arrangements are made for the "ce- date ot Aug. a: ".uy cancer is entirely remony to' take place. On the night1 gone, leaving only a very little scar. gentleman '', for the weddingjhowuyer, Arthur There is apast going in this vicinity who was with rheumatism, closes his cousl'rt down in a cavern, and who at my suggestion took 8. 8. S. he lias arowneu mmseir. He is now entirely 'mn. pretendfj that night Lena, who has able to attend to all cured, is active and Kinds of business. same Orithat There are a great many in this comsea, appears ut 'been saved from 'f Webber's home the declares herself munity using Swift's Specific, with hurts and many sorts of ails of and much satisfaction and to their great re man and beast need a cooling He drives her Hef." hJ crranddauirhter. iMf forth In the night. Sho is rescued by Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23ii .lotion. . Mustang Liniment. St. h having escaped from the cavern. Treatise on blood and skin diseases They arrive at Webber's Just as Ar- - mailed free. - 5tii Ave. Hotel, N. Y., Aug. Kent to and Second streets, South Side. r Go to Gaines & Kent for your canned50ods. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, The people of Franklin and adjoining counties, who are always looking for Great Bargains, will not be .disappointed by calling at my store Ad examining' my immense stock of M Don't forget that you can buy groceries at the low- Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, that are sold at prices that will astonish them, as I have a large stock, Latest Styles, and a full line and sell better goods for less money than any other house. I am determined not to be undersold. You will "l"i IYENOFF! also find a full life-boa- assortment of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTINGS in my Carpet Department. X. 223 St. Clair St. RIGHT TO THE FRONT -- OF.' 27-2- ALL COMPETITION NEW SPRING STYLES. We place our Complete in assortment, splendid in quality; overflowing with generous bargains in Kl All Sorts of Seasonable Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, &o. At prices that must surely lead to speedy sale. Come early and get the benefit of our unbroken stock; V i (2 ."5 - THE BRIGHTEST, Newest and Best SPRING STYLES. Lowest prices consistent with Rood quality and honest quantity. 3 Weitzel v & O'Donnell. Mow wmr-- ' '' ' . '.'.vr! pi4v- - ' , - , - . . HB5mBafe hMMMJul MM t ;; ' vs mm Arcs S aS".v.,M' mmmmmmmmmi0mmmmmmmmmmmmmm rjW, FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the at Eranklnrt, Kentucky as tecond class mailable matter. post-office Personal. G. F. Bagby spent Thursday in Louisville.' Miss Ida Bell is vlsfthig friends in , 1 . v n jfrra. A PICNIC FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!! . - '.w L- - s. - Li - i-- $- L w V'H GEORGE A. LEWIS. 1 IpRANpFO&T. MAY 8, 1886. Major H. T. Stnnton, formerly editor of tie Yeompn, has written a novel, su entitled J.The Kents." The mnnu-Bcrihas just been completed and submitted fo a publisher. pt tlst Church has been completed arid the organ moved into it, n. vestibule is ' being built in front of the Church, the celling lights will be improved, the building painted inside and out and newly papered. When all this isdono and th stained glass windows and new news are mit in the Church will be one of the handsomest in the city. m Mr. A. W. Leitch, late proprietor of the.Meriwether Hotel, left Wednesday moj-nlnfor Grayson Springs, where he will have charge of the hotel the coming season. Jlewns accompanied by Mr, V,, P, Sims, who has held the position of agent of the steamer piue wing in this city lor several montns. Mr Sims will be the steward of the ho t tel, undjt is safe, to say that with two such competent and experienced gen, tlemen in charge the guests of the Grayson Springs Hotel will lure splen dldly this, summer Work on the new jail is progressing rapidly, and is being substantially put up. The walls are two feet three inch-- , es jthick, .the, stones all being fastened together by iron dowels,, and the windows are four and a half inches wide by three feet in height, and are guard ed by an iron netting, the meshes of which will not admit of the passage, of ft- any large article between them to the prisoners confined within. The walls of one story of the jail proper are already completed and the second story well under wav. Mr. Jerry Corbett, an employe of the Water Company, while engaged in repairing a break in the service pipe at the depot Saturday afternoon, was badly Ihurt by the ferule of the service pipe blowing out of the main, the water striking him in the breast and face and filling his mouth and throat with dirt and gravel, a large quantity of which ie swallowed before he could be gotten out of the small hole in which he was working. The stream frorahe opening went about fifty feet up into the air, and in its descent fell down ,onerof the chimneys of Mr. Gabe i Weitzel's residence, near by, carrying down large quantities of soot with it and flooding the floors of the rooms be m f g r The new organ chamber of the ' i Bnt- - Pleasurevillc : At Mr. T. J. Ramsey, of Shelbyville, was in the city Thursday. Mr Thos. L. DeLime, of California, is visiting his parents in this city. Mr. J. F. Lewis, of Louisville, spent Sunday in this city with relatives. Mr. Jas. M. Todd, jr , of Louisville, Buyers of clothing will again be interested in our good fortune in securing (in addition to lsB i,'..V visited hisjparents.in this city Sunday. v$ Fech-heime- r, Miss Todd .Saffell returned Monday The Stock of A. Jacpb?s & Co., of Denver, Colorado, from a visit to friends in New Castle. Gbodkind, & Cb.'s stobk slightly damaged by sihbke) Mr. Jas. R. Marrs, of the Danville Advocate, was in the city Thursday. STOGE OF & DOLL, OF LOUISVILLE, EY. ',' .Rev.i.HarrvnBarbv. of Louisville. spent Monday In this city with his paWhich we are closing out atr rents. .,.-.,i Col., DC,, Freeman, of Austin, Texas, is visiting his brother, Mr. C. T. Freeman, near Ducker Station. Mr. S. ,F.' J. Trabuejr., of Louisville, is at his father's near this city, seriously ill with inflammatory rheumatism. . Miss Nellie Orbison returned Saturday from a visit of several months to These three purchases are the best we liaye made during our 15 years' experience in the Clothing V. her aunt, Mrs. W. L Cannon, in New tUa ; u.V fvaflo onrl wo nnoitivol v lnfonil fn criva rilif niiotntnaro nrA Af iVtom Orleuns. VfB LOW WATER MARK!! Bankrupt and THE ENTlEE . . JEUNE i I The lidWest Prices on Jrwscorct Mow IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. -- ; Rev. G. F. Bagby left Thursday, to attend the meeting of the Southern Baptist (Convention at Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs.-- We guarantee the goods, and stand ready to refund the money if not satisfactory, or exchange,' as you like. See a few of the prices : ia ti-nl- o Richard Morris, of Spring Hill, left Monday morning for a visit of several days to her brother, Mr. M. P. Gray, in Louisville. Misses Mary G. and Julia Lawrence, of Louisville, wl)Q Have been spending the past three months in ,this city, returned home Monday morning. Misses Effie and Alma Miles, who have been visiting their sister,. Mrs. Guy N. Emmet, in Louisville,, for some time, returned home Saturday. Mrs. George W. Gayle and son, Mr. Leslie Gayle, left Saturday evening for Brooklyn, New York, to Join her husband and make that city their future Carter, of DeLand, Florida, arrived in this city Thursday morning and will spend the summer with her parents, Dr. Gayle and wife, near Switzer, this county. Mrs. Chas. Bromley, of Maysville, accompained by her sister, Mrs. Mary E. Severson, of Cohoes Falls, New York, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Bdhanrian, No. 540 Shelby street, south side. home. Mrs. Harvey 100 Pairs Children's Knee Pants, 4 to i'2 years, 25 Cents. - so uents. aou A'airs JHoys' Jjong .rants, ume uamiets, 200 Pairs Men's Pants, Blue Camlets, - - - - - - 65 Cent. $1;0Q 50 Pairs Boys' Lbng Pants, All Wool, $1.25 to $3.00 300 Pairs Men's Pants, All Wdbl, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 and $8:00; Men's Suits, Ail Wool, 200 50 Children's Suits, $l,S0 . '? " If & ' iiii SHOES and HATS in NEW .3TYLE3S AND SHAPES, CRUTCHER OJPI. CITY HALL. LISTER WIT1IEBSP00N, President ) ) JOS. LbCOMPTE, Sec. and Treas. TvmiiTEi & xa:-A.aLiX. STARRS FRANKFORT, KT, LUCAS BRODHEAD.K V lilrectora. HANDY HORD, ' H. A. MUKAN, ta jim ' M jrp WE, Want every family in Frankfort and Franklin county to , . nvi i k m THE CD., .itM m SA m yi UORJV. . ' In this city, on Saturday, April 21th, 1886,to Mr. snea una wiie, u eon. Al. DIED, i At the residence of her lather. In this city, on Wednesday, Muy 6th, 188U, Miss Mamik IIaly, daughter of John llaly, Esq. While we do not claim it is the best in the world, it is as "fi. i ij i" V -- ..n m t'.'-- i. R. ROGERS, -- GOOD AS ANY MADE IN THE STATE. WE MAKE DEALER IN- - CREAM EXTRACT, FAVORITE, PATENT & GOLD MEDAL FAMILY. to7- - , The old fountain in the State House yard was playing Monday afternoon for the first time in nearly thirty years. Pipes were laid to it last sum mer from the new water mains, but the water was never turned on before. After a rest of more than a quarter of a cSjury, the old structure seems in a fair way to be brought into active ser vice again, which is due to the efforts oi tnaimoaesi dui pupuu pjmtu citizen, CqLThos. B. Ford, to whom the city is imrin)y indebted for her Government building, and many other improvements of a public nature. The "Water Company, at his solicitation, has agreed 'to .furnish the water, free 'during,the session of; the t Legislature. The, basin jy!Il)iay,e"tQ'be repaired' be, used regularly. , fore it 42an-.be- W- - FURNITURE COFFXXTS, AC. - CREAM & F AVORITE are Wliat We Brag on. It is CHAS. LANOE. H.R. WILLIAMS. J. V. JOHNSON & CO., JAS. HEENEY, W. S. KENT, A. DILOER, M for sale by DAY&HAFF, North Side. J. M. BANTA. THOS. RODMAN, JB South Side. April 17-l- ra ' ' . Uee 227 MAIN All Fobs and Wick Frame: WOOL! ELKHORN A SPECIALTY. STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. WOOL! FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS WOOLEN llllLS. ' y H. & J. B. STEDMAN. WOOL DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS the latest style furniture constantly In stock. . May8-ly- Or FOR SALE! Six !3eautiful BUILDING LOTS, Located on Holmes street near Mr. John Apply to May8-lmCrum-baugh's- Jeans, Bankets, Linseys, Satinets, MA8TIN BRO.'Si -- Stocking Yarn, &c. Roll carding and general custom work a specialty. W. T. Reading, us heretofore, will be our, agent to receive wool In Frankfort. Cash paid for wool. DEALERS IN- - FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, ' Of he eyeaplans submitted to the Council 'and kjh,o) Board for the new Public School Building, that of Mr. M. Q. Wilson, of Louisville, was sefirst ,;best;. that .of as lected Messrs. , 'm !" ! ' Apr. . 24-i- H. & J. B. STEDMAN. Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. All Kinds of Feed. . E. HENSLEY. aad 'postponing the.matter from time to time.jth Council finally, ,on Tuesday night, adopted the Wilson plan'as the one for the new building,and ordered bids to. bp a'dertlsedl for. The house is to be tfhree stories high' with cupola outopjcpnjtain fifcteen roonis and an exhibition hall, and is to cost about one of the. handsomest school buildings thee Stdtoi-ana. Y& Curtlni Louisville, as third best; and that of PUBLIC IS .HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I Mr. W. S. Clark, of this city, as second THE bought from Mrs. Addle (Surrett, udmlnls-trutrldiscussion In the of E. whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest best. After considerable C. , 'A.-Rex A. J NGTIGR! JBTJSIISriCSS. one-halt Oar Implements are the best on the market and of the latest improvements. Our seeds are all fresh and Home grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that we keep the best Imple BOARDINO AT MRS. FREEMAN'S boarding house, - No. -422 North St. Clair St. inent nnd seed store in Central Ky. Board by the day. or week.- All desiring Feb. board will ttnd It to their Interest to call BOARDERWANTED first-clas. s ly . . . MRS. FREEMAN & NESBITT. 7. C. St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. EPRE3NTft-J- CAPITAL H: , ART r, GALLERY! Prop'iv - Furniture and Undertaking General Insurance Agent, Office on Main C3; MA-TTEilTS- And have sold Interest In my business to 15 No. 489 Main St., Over Cnilcner & Storks' White Hall Clothing House W. S. DEHONEY, And hereafter the style of the firm will be Leadine American and Foreign Companies, -- WITH t OVB- - of 'fine pictures of all styles and 'descriptions. Why will the.people of to, jn ERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP will be continued at the old stand ertr at lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of rranKiorr. sena 10 cne city ior worK wnen iney can oe ac;cojmmoc,iateaat And the business 1 the cityTlie plans will be ready for of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point In Steamship Oct. 25-- tf. horne. Apr.iv-jy- . JIUy Great Brlttaln or Ireland. Tuesday'. IA9. T. BX'AI'jKM. bidders greapmament, 8-- ioo,ooW,ooo.oo i'SErs. FECIAL INDUCEMENTS FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ... ARE OFFERED INTHEWAY 'b r s ;. f J'tiiwi liCtir'Al lk. mm ,.. ., ii. i. .. .i i. a . - . MAMFMr FllANttFORT, ROUNDABOUT, MAY 8, 1886. ... I 1 V. n I J - the Bar-huGreat Procession of Shows. and London a ma dav fou au, . u- ii Cfi.'J", if -. ;J i ... .. t ... f .. I ... - .i I m German millet at Seed corn. Hungarian and Southern . Mastin Bkos. Insure yohr property ngalnst Are n E Ex urn's" agency, office Mitln street, opposite Engiho House. 3t. , Chns. Sunday train commenced running ngnlri between thin city and Louisville Inst Sunday. Thfc The ladled of the First iresbyterlrin Church will shortly give a Miik Maid's Tea, instead of their annual Strawberry Festival. Aaron Smith) the Broadway street parser, left Thursday morhlng with his family for Kansas, where he will make his future home. The ladies of the Southern Presbyterian Church will give a supper for f he benefit of their Church on the evening of Thursday, May 20th. There Sviil be a meeting of the Waverly Club at the Club rooms this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A full attendance of the members is desired. i' 1 Mr. W. C. Herndon, special commissioner, sdld on Monday the residence of Col. S. I. M. Major for $5,690 to v- '. fc Major L. C. Norniah, Iusurance Commissioner. No' other preparation so concentrates (Vfend combines the italizing, enriching and invigorating qualities as Ayer's Sarsapnrllla. Quality should be considered in making blobd-purlfying; coiiiparisons. ty of treating. Mr. Dr. V. I. Kelly, of Cincinnati, is at where he the Capital Hotel wishes to see all afflicted with any of the diseases which he makes a special . i, rto-da- i t y, The Arctic is without rival. farm at Jones Station, this county, to Col. C. E; Hoge for $70 per acre. Mr. Craig will g to Colorado and engage in the cattle business. Milton P. Craig, has sold his Mr-i- f immK8 W ' hmx HSrV ' hKr k it .4. ft l ' r Ik. i It w 3K... yt W w! t- - K jii- -r ifS' Squire J. Dan. Moore, who is at present one of the magistrates in the Benson district, tea candidate for re. . ! election, and wants his friends to reHav,e.giYen Tongaline a trial in two member him at the August election. cases of neuralgia one a lady aged sixty; four doses gave permanent relief; Mr. S M. Davidson, the independent the other a lady aged forty; neither candidate for Jailer, wishes his friends have had any return. J. D. Donnohue, M. D., to remember that he is still in the race Butler, Mo. and will remain until the close of the polls on the first Monday in August. Baby buggies from $3.00 up at E. Rogers Try the Arctic flour. Many ladies admire gray hair on Mr. H. B. Bohannon. formerly of some other person but few care to try Woodford county, who married Miss its effects on their own charms. Nor Mary -- odd, youngest daughter of the need they, since Ayer's Hair Vigor relate Wm. M. Todd, of this city, 'died stores gray hair to its original color. It cleanses the sdilp, prevents dandruff, at his home near Independence, Mis- and stimulates the growth of the hair souri, Apri 22, after a protracted illness as in youth. with consumption. The alarm of flre Wednesday night Capt. Ed'. M. Drane has been ap- was occasioned by a slight blaze in the pointed agent of the Steamer BJue stable of Messrs, Sower & Abler, in the wing n this city, to succeed Mr. V. Baltzel alley. The flre department exD. Sims. We understand that the tinguished it in a jiffy, with a stream owners of this popular craft are think- from the flre hydrant at the Faring of putting another boat into this mers Bank corner. .trade, as their business is increasing Dick Ferguson now has a full line of rapidly. Virginia and sweet tobacco, also cigars in A .There was a good sized crowd in on his wholesale department. ne call can him win convince you that town Monday to attend County Court, save you money, being a distributing and, a number of cattle were on the point. market, but prices were low. Col. D. Cornice Poles 80 cents each at R. AV iPerprt Aucttttfeer;, vep6rft tttyt IMUU. Straw hats of all varieties cheap at The tremendous public parndo of the uniteu P. T. BariiUm ahd great Lon- C. R. Grcsham's, South Side. Would announce to his friends that his don shows will take place on Saturday, Housk foh IIknt. A frame house May 22d, and it Is safe to say the streets of several rooms, located in Belle will be thronued with all classes of Point, is ofrered for rent. Apply to people to see it.. At no time In the W. L. Pence. history of the world wasthere ever so many extraordinary hbjects publicly The verdict of everybody: "Howard exposed as those that will be seen in Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are - OF this triily grand procession. The finest drinks in town." the of chariots, cagesj and Wanted. A compentent vocal open dens will stretch over a mile In 16 to 20 teacher to teach a singing school ut length, and there will be from open dens of wild animals with a Pleasant Hill Church, Peak's Mill, Is now complete. Thankful for the keeper in each, a heard of racing cam- every Sunday ifiorning. Apply to T. 2t. N. Sullivan. . els, sacred camels, 35 elegant carved golden chariots, cages of birds, beasts, For Sale. Nice, gentle horse 6 reptiles, amphibious creatures, mam- years old, suitable for buggy or phaemals, and pythons, 500 real Norman ton. Guaranteed perfectly safe for inBestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a continr, to drive. draught horses a whole show of a ladyat this, office Forofinformation or Joe T. Staten. quire r tinuance of the same, themselves Humerdus tiny ponies, Fresh fish cleaned and ready for use rare and eleirant trained horses, zebras in harness, old mother in shoe chariot at Jim O'Donnell's with her wild boys escaping therefrom, We have opehed our ice cream parWe will always do peacock and dragon chariots, steam lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest ahd musical chariots, grand orchestrions, place in town. And our cream any sherbet is the best you can find mechanical automatons, animals led place. You will And it to your advantAS WELL FOE YOU NOT BETTER in lesM, such as guanuros, llamas, age to visit us before going elsewhere. deerifGuffalo, sacred cattle, Burmese Howard Bros. THAN YOU etc. There will also animals, cheetahs, Arctic and J. E.M. flour for sale by be knights in silver armor, court ladies all grocers. Ask for them if you in costly robes, male and female Jockey want the very best irt the market. and hippddrome riders, representatives Atirlll7, ib88. Go to Jim O'Ddrtilell for fresh fish. of foreign courts and countries arrayed He delivers them cleaned and ready for in the most costly and expensive co- use. stumes of silk, satin and velvet, emLovers of first-clabroidered in gdld and mounted upon sherbet will And. what ice cream and they want at richly caparisoned horses. There will Howard Bro's. Hna just recived his large- BeBbnian racing chariots, drawh by The J. E. M. has no equal. If any four horses abreast, thoroughbred one claims it has, Just bake the two racers, comic and grotesque features, flours in the same, pan at the same OPseveral bands of, music, with drUm-major-s, time and the result will convince you. etc., and fourteen other kinds Stoves, Grates & Mantels. New straw hats at Hudson, Hum--2- t. of music, jubilee singers, ijrass milita& Cassell's. Call find examine the- ry bands, etc., a heard of elephants phries 26 harnessed to various chariots some The latest style straw hats at Hud-2- t. SOUTHERN QUEEN feet high, and many other rare and son, Humphries & Cassell's. enormously costly objects never seen Wrought Steel Range, before, tlie whole costing $1,500,001). Farmers having real good butcher The new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, It will be really a most wonderful stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, the famous sight, one that no one should miss, will receive the highest market prices particularly as in the fail these shows by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main WHITE fl4-tstreet. visit Europe, to be absent some years- - R K- - M'CLURE SPRING STOCK LIBERAL PATRONAGE Boots, Shoes, Hats, Booh, k ASSURING YOU THAT IF im w ti CAN DO ELSEWHERE. ' M ss J. T. BUCKLEY --- SPRING STOCK I f. MITI KB, load to l'linunioiilii.consuniptlnii or other fatal ill ease. Strone's Pectoral Pilln "Ii cum n I'oldiis liy inii'-'i- c. difcusUou.sicklieadaclio an thousands testify. 1 Sanger I A inflected cold or cough may And to many other useful articles too merous to mention, all at the nu- LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of nil kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, gns fitting and plumbing. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet's hams; bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. f f. Sal-yer14-t- JOB WORK COMPTON. tl ;jiKi;fl . Keynote to Health. Give me a call, Health is wealth. Wealth means Independence. The Keynote is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, & ALLEN, the best Cough Syrup in the world Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the DEALERS IN- Chest. Bronchitis and primary ConCHINA-WARsumption. One dose gives relief in GR0CERIES, GLASS AND every case. Take no other. Price FIELD SEEDS, &c. 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & T. T. BTTCICXjE L. F. W. C. MACKLIN. R0DGERS -- COMPTON & MACKLINj PROPRIETORS E, ELKHOM ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL Chiles. 1 235 BROADWAY STREET. OPENED A FIRST-CLAS- S Noticeto Tax-boo- Tax-Payer- s. RESOLVED. THATk THEInCLEltK IS DIRECTED the hands of tho City Treasurer on Tuesday, the 18th Inst., to remain In his hands until Saturday, the 21st ot August, and all persons who pay their tuxes on or before Thursday, July 1st, shall be allowed a rebate of 3 per cent., and the Clerk Is directed tq Uruw his warrant on the Treasurer.Jn favor or sucn persons ior reDate, F. V. GRAY, Attest: May SOt. City Clerk. HAVING JUST the ubove place, where we will at keep constantly on hand a full stock of roods In our line, we respectfully solicit n liberal share of the Six of puDiic patronage. Roller System, -- AND MANUFACTCR- K- x'M 'r'-ivf- Rodgers Mar. i. & Allen. ON THE the best grades of the best Floor made in the world, Cap- , m l FARM FOR SALE. A SMALLIsFARM OFtwoACRES,aand a half miles Flat Creek pike, bargain. offered for sale ut 8 LYINCf and wareroom on Broadway, opposite itol Square Jun.2 188t-lOffice ' w WIS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. OF FRANKFORT . litfe Litir.v IvAViW KiMMit horsesisoMMWa&tato: '".il u.i i . y , ft CM ' ' Mr. D. I. Vilcoxson, of Horse Cave. 'r wji' J4n "anempr wus.nyitae rxuesquy Ky., says he was, for many years, tp;destr6y the residence :6f. .Mr badly afflicted with Phthisic, also Dia- e nil betes; the pains wtere almost unen'du-rablJ6"hn'W. 'Gault, m MM and would sometimes almost by flre. An out house was set fire to throw him into convulsions. He tried and would have soon communicated Electric Bitters and got relief from taking the Barnes to the main building, but first bottle and afterand had six bottles, was entirely cured gained in OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' extracted without pain by the use ot the flre was discovered by Mr. J, Pick- flesh eighteen pounds. Says he pos mar.'AMf Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. ett Woodson, who lives next door, in itively believes ho would have died, COWS. I HAVE SALE 3 f ILCH cows and calves, of FOR stock and OR 4 good 1V1 fresh time to put it out before much damage had it not been for tho relief afforded milkers, but fair prices. Applygoodthe Dudley farm, at by Electric Bitters. Sold nt fifty cents or to RICU. II. TAYLOR. done. was 1 spYrnggo'h's, tv V 'I, i"l UUJfVjr( 'OtJU. - i mm. a ilir' ltvrafv $65; ltr HJW "8HJ 'a se'cond Rogers. Saved His Life. lWrit, OSCAR HALE. easy. dence. April Apr. INVITES PROPO-- 1 nfllECITY sals for the erection ot a building for School purposes. The pluns and specifications will be on exhibition at the offico of the City Clerk on and after Tuesday, the 11th Inst And bids may be left with that otlicer up to the evening of the 22d Inst As BUILDING LOT FRONTING 30 FEET ON soon thereafter as a careful examination of same Broadway and running back 125 feet, Is offered in ty be hud the award wU be made to the acceptable Apply to bidder. The city will pay cash on estimates every for sale. R. M. ALDRIDGE. other week, reserving 20 er cent, on each estimate April until the completion of the building in accordance with the terms ot the contruct A bond with satisfactory security will be rcnulred of tho contractor, and each bid must state the secu rity oiiered. and be uccompumeu dv tne surety's odii-gatlon to qualify. Council reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. May 7, lBSKtt, A nice Frankfort, KINDS AND VARIETIES OF TOMATO, Cabbage, Pepper and Sweet Potato plants .conframe cottage ot 3 rooms, good stable, a fine young orchard of choice fruits, and large lot of strawberry stantly on hand and for sale. Call at my farm on plants and raspberry bushes on the place. Terms the Lawrenceburg pike, or telephone saffeU's resi- from PLANTS FOR SALE; C. W. SAFFELL. Lot ForS ale, MONEY SAVED -- mm A BY GOING TO SEE- - 10-2- DR. J. S. COLLINS, FOR SALIC. 1R8C- DENTIST, !B )"Jli)WiT3TlBBaMBBteilfcSLglWMaMlSBlBMBBBB Mill a bottle by Jos LeCompte. 0 May 8, -It the iorWiiVies wide' arid 'Viirted t 1 ljls.s Lillian, Spencer, vho is to apFor the best Lawn IB. pear In "Anselmu" at the New Opera market go to Mastin Mowers in the Bros. House on Wednesday evening next, T HAVE FOR SALE SOME VALUABLE BUILD-- 1 May 12th, will have the support of an lug property In South If you want fresh fish cleaned call on low prices. Apply to Frankfort, well located and at admirable company Theater .'heraelf 'Jim O'Donnell. Muy 8. 1866.-RICH. II. TAYLOR, Ag't has a VeVy Nyide 'aifift deQrVely high .u Howard Bro's. soda water and Try reputatiqn as an emotional agtress, and ginger FOE LAKEJCE!! 17-t- f. S-AJLj- PREPARED TO FURNISH at my stand. I AMany quantity and at all times,PURE LAKE ICE In CHOICE FRESH FISE 'alilljffy.. m We islay 'of v. ale. ' i m Always on hand. Send In your orders. JAMES O'DONNELL, Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. April . . The thB pfay We "use nothiriDr "but Dure fruit svruns i ! St. i?4 h ben recepjjy: J3PftP'PljynWilcIj very 'ably done intoEnUsh by that xJarcre brilliant writer, Mr. Loiinaer Richard-aon- 4 Just in at made a distinct hit," wvh o 5.' ,. n our soda water, 'arid you will find it TTAS REMOVED HIS SHOP FROM to the best in totyn. ' HowakdBros. fix Frankfort West,the Saw and rianliu CARPENTER AND BUILDER. SOUTH Mills of WiikAfleld and where he Is nrenared to do anv work Those who contemplate building, either In "1TE WISH TO PURCHASE 46;o60 OR 60,000 country, are requested to give htm a call. sfock of latejrt style straw hats the city or W pounds of wool. Will pay the highest cash application Orders for HUdson, Humphries & Cas- - No. 4P, andJob Work will be received by telephone price. Sacks furnished on ALLEN, 235to us. Broadway. ROGERS & will receive prompt attention. m AprlU7-3m- WOOL WANTED! 17-l- ffli i V. Jan.-afWm- . April . BE'RBERICH! K M . K -- JE ,t ".,;v, i , , , .'- - .fj' ;:" -. ., ; . . v .. -- 'A " . ' .s , M 'V timMMMmMmmmmmmm ..." 1. ' . ,. M.U..A uv i xv , l J!.ifjUiXi - m fMMmwh .'to& M&SfflB& SwRWp! $.t M mw VSK w?m y .innrt MX" - r '.. fmmmmsmwm FRANKFORT On ROUNDABOUT. .'s. evening nt 7 o'clock there will be a song service nt the First Presbyterian. Church. All nre invited. It is the intention of the first Church people to have these services once a month during the summer months. m FRANKFORT, SATURDAY, BARM I 22. ! Bull Skin Branch and LONDON O. V. buvat, M. D., PineTilt. Mo. Ztoir Roundabout: FOB BALE BY AMi DRD0QI8T8. PRTCR ONH nnT.T.AW Uim nnTTT.i? All honor to Governor Knott for vetoing AAIVtELLIR( Soto Pnpriator, 709 and 711 WASHiNU'rUK AVENUE. ST. LOUIS. the New Liberty drug bill. " to his Serene I move a vote of thanks for so doing, for several reasons. ! First, it was tho Owen county delegation that made him Governor of Kentucky, it's not necessary to say the wny it was done. Mr. Jones, his opponent, remembers the circumstance. Second, the druggist's wives pf New Liberty, Ky nre very delicate; wine, S?Afc. whisky, brandy and lager beer are the only USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND will reliove them when OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, known remedies that Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits and sick. I'm proud to state the third reason is sverythlng usually found In n Nursery EstablishWILL BE AT THE his gratitude to Owen county for his elova-tio- n ment. Catalogues on application to H. V. HILLKNilEYER, to tho ofllco of Governor of Kentucky. Mar. lMm. Lexington Ky. 'Fourth, the law as proposed by the bill would keep church members from getting NEW or an appetizer, an evening an IN FRANKFORT. KY.. solacer. The babies are subject to colic. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. Mother Winslow's soothing syrup is nos an exhibition which they SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. I rogrot boing forced to take away from my where to whisky in caso of colic. I deem have enthusiastically appreciated and lavishly patronized, but the amusement seeking the above reasons sufficient. people of Europe demand the opportunity of seeing the Combination which has u SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. Haringreoontly added tobis Kstnblisbment THE YEBT. IiATSST NEWS BY WIRE. world-wid- e reputation, and no counterpart in any country. I have made nil arrange- SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. Startling but joyful news! It is now re- ments and contraots for its transportion, in its vast entirety, across the Atlantic. My First-Clas- s duced to to an absolute certainty that tl e able and experienced partners will conduct this unparallelled enterprise under my byAll cases of BLIND or BLEEDINO PILES cured Planing Mill, the Brlnkerhoil system without using tub knife 's Legislature will adjourn on tho day FHINEAS T. BARNUM. personal supervision. The public's obedient servant, or ligature ui id without any pain. I now prepared to furnish all kinds of circus leaves Frankfort. The polite and genial proprietor' of the FISTULA ' Capital Hotel promised the members if they Cured without the knife or ligature. hi would remain in session two weeks longer 5, JtfVUB.l J he would give each one a free ticket, to the FISSURES it .show. After a great deal of discussion ALSO Cured without cutting or tearing. was decided to remain. Getting freo tick Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin ots was one consideration; another was HECTAL ULCER AND HECTAL GATARHH it was generally known, that Barnum has Gotten out in the Best Style. and some lost five or six old MaylS-tf- . Diseased conditions that produce consumption and wild animals; also ten. or twelve old other most of the chronic diseases, billy goats. They naturally concluded that they, the members, could fill their places CROMWELL UTERUS, ' and do it well, hence they did not adjourn. Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased If Barnum had any use for a mule's daddy bowel, also treated. tho entire lot could have had a place with Attorney-at-Lawfew excepted, some good memhim, Borne bers whom the voters respect. AND ' tjuestion. Does Barnum furnish whisky Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is his now recruits at Frankfort? If ho for only u symptom of the disease thut exists In the does he will be sold out in thirty days. lower bowel. 1'RACTIOE IN THE COURTS OP If1 your uncle Zeke was a pious man ho REFERENCES. Franklin and the adjoining counties, And would pray the God of Heaven never to afW. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUwlllolen givefpcclal attention to tho purchase flict th9 citizens of Kentucky with another SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. .ind sale of rial extate, collection of rentu, such'a Legislature, and to keep the cholera Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to olniiur, and the negotiation ot loans. Office in. Spain. Amen, so may it be. any one by addressing opposite Court IIousu. WANTED IN CBAW. June W. M. Five hundred yards of mourning crape and dress goods to be worn for 30 days in reM, 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. A TRULY GREAT AND WONDERFUL EXHIBITION. :t spect for tho honorable body that will leave with Barnum. CONSULTATION FREE. FOB BALE. Dec. LL KINDS DOUBLE .SCREENED In Bald Knob, Peak's Mill, Forks forfamllj' use. Prompi Delivery, Full Bridgeport, Benson and other preIN THREE RINGS. Weight, Bottom Prices cincts, one hundred and sixty dozen jugs VACANT LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON used in the primary election. Will be sold Elevated stage performances, Orand Roman Hippodrome, with thrilling races, two 'PIIE north side of Holmes street, near M. Crum- L the Telephone connection No. 86. baugh's. The lot fronts 09 double menageries, with rare boasts, immense museum of living wonders, feet on Holmes less than cost. for street, Is 1,284 feet deep and 80 feet wide at herds of elephants, droves of camels, 500 horses and ponies, BENSON. m oriii euu. jor price ana purucumrs uppiy to 100 cages and chariots, Wm. Mar. JOHN B. LINDSEY Striko ended without bloodshed. ' Bro. Barton preached the funeral of Bro. FRANKFORT, KY. UCC.o-- f A. J. Hulette last Lord's day. He preached a splendid discourse. ! A QUICK, PERMAHTNT. CERTAIN CORE FCR conBeach Ridge has n,. Sunday-schoo- l uostorl'allliigMauhood.Korvonsaess -- AND GREAT IVOrtY BONED SKELETON- ducted by P. It. Pattie, a competent, good W catuoss, JUiioh of Strengtli, man, who has the love and respect of every' Viscor or Dovolopmant CtioBftd br lndiwrotloni, ozcot se,eto Benefits tn a body. T KEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S. Married. On Wednesday May 5th, Mr. ALICE, JUMBO'S WIDOW AND FORMER COMPANION, uaj vurcnoiunur witmn 1 Cooper's and Nelson's noryuocKerr. lettarof advio to Miss Lulie Perkins. Robert Anderson BIE MBDIOAL Mr. Anderson is ono of the Deputy Sheriffs Troupe of acts, 800 phenomenally Arabs, 100 startling and of Franklin. county. Miss Perkins is tho expert performers. daughter of William Perkins, near Hatton. Which are quranteed the best. May they be blessed with a lot of little sher- -' " " ' f; y ifk iffs and live a long and happy life, is the Zeke Yocum. Lemon & Vanilla, GIVEN A MAJORITY OF BY AUTHORITY of the Plum Brunch and Bald W wish of their friend Lunatics escaped, supposed from AnchorKnob Turnpike Road Company In the charter of said My own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole. age. They captured a four horse wagon road, notice Is hereby given that there will be n the very best I con buy, und attention is meeting of the stockholders of said road at Bald near Bagdad and drove with rapid speed especially culled to my Knob SchooHiou.se, on the nrst Saturday In June. ,like in tho direction of Frankfort, yelling 1886. nt hour of 10 o'clock, n. ni to elect u board ol GROUND BLACK Indians. Humanity uomunus that they live directors for the ensuing year. Given under my hand this 10th day of April. 1886. Bnker's Chocolate and Cocoa. eho'uld bo cared for until their friends can fit. B. A. THOMSON, K050L' ' kB notified of their escape. It is thought Presiding Judge Franklin County Court.. cooking purposes, nt $2.00 per Wine, for Mn-jes- ty UHETEt) mkt III Capital S4,000.000. Ten. Tinges Larger SH0S! and Setter. $7,000, fellow-citizen- StoWOMMUMD OURKD WITHOUT THE Utt OF OPIU MfOR CAN MttORPHINEf The itedtcal Britf, published at t. Louis, rays : " Many have become nun iWndlus, whioh had to$tited aH treattaVnt. in the June. 1864, issue victims to the use of opium or morphine, from Thtowsajlx months tine and the pttlant hi. en. tho use of those drugs lor tho relief of Neural-gla- . K?M pwfoot InedomJ mm her cpmplitnt." h. WBovx, M. D., OentijtU Mo. It Is gratifying to observe that such dangerous consequences may be averted by the To dm ini pstiant's own eipresslon. "it's tho use of Tonoaline, which is almost a specific J. p. KmrxL, Brighton, li. ui uiu avute wrm ui neuralgia. "I consldw TonKAllne the bMt prepsratlon for 1 bar eTer tried." Nennlcte mt$m ih .trl EI Blue GrassNurseries DR. W. I KELLEY, TREES m eyo-opon- PAREWRLL TOUR. BARNUM'S ADIEU. C TREES! ORNA-ment- ol PLANING MILL. J.M.WAKEFIELD s. Bar-num- nm I ft Mob : - WK ? i ; PRUEITJJS, Itching Piles, Heal Estate Agent, I. KELLEY, 25-l- y. D., Choice A Elk-hor- n, TRIPPLE Coal Cheap. ALLIANCE CIRCUS. 26-l- " 78-1- 85-1(- - 27-2- CEO. S. MACEXXXT, Attention JUMBO, NATURAL AS LIFE, semi-barbaric soul-stirrin- Housekeepers, g 1 Turnpike Meeting. mm. ,m 7 'fit 'rip Extract of il 5i PEPPER, Minded Institute at Frankfort. Dear Roundabout, good-by- e for the pres ent. Mayr all. of Heaven's blessings be yours. From your uncle Zekk Yocum. v April 17-t- d. Don't fail lo give me a trade. Gallon.. South Side Meat Store. JOSEPH - LeCDMFTE ! THE,S0UTH SIDE DRUGGIST. &: Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all J3kin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents' per Jboxt For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bruises, tA Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for li0wtV--GREAT CONGRESS . C ffl uM J. M.WATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS. & WATTS.) OF MR. HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST tn futuc In the meat business, I will keep constantly on hand a general supply of Jim SYJ1 SKttwuk. mailed to any address. Hk ' Ll &ftj, jrx i s i WZZ33& yW.Mawayjii r TBUiny OF HUGE LTVNIG GIANTS. Fresh and Ourod Meats, Pure Country Butter, Effgp, Poultry, &o Wbhlch I will sell at the lowest figures for cash. Tun klui to tho public iur pusi luvois, l ask u continuance of their patronage. Feb. 2041m. uuum. f.ok .! .nt. MnaiM PmnnM'11 wavihlMB Basia iM , M truuvwJb Jrsvawav vw rmummm., HftM hv Kll Bend 4 cent tori yBKjjSm;tmd " - BtVV A Reliable Article. e, Great Miramba Band, thousands of attractions, to bewilder and charm everyone. M. J. No. 87, Brldgo WATTS. street' 3?or enterprise, push and a desire to COAL iget such goods as will give the trade i satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, theDrug-rgistRECENTLY lead all competition. They sell HAVING Frankfort, we OPENED A COAL YARD IN are prepared at all times to jDr. Uosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best medicine on the Last appearance to his millions of little friends, and presenting tho grandest show of furnish the because it's BEST GRADES OF COAL! market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and his life. Two performances eacn day, '1 and 7 p. m. Doors open an hour earlier. Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents AT THE 1 and $1.00. Samples free. IF- - T- - 3Beum.-cLtt- NEW YAED! quick cures. Trial Package. Send Btamp for soalod particulars. AddreM Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. mmmnwsM tmi A IJfe Kzperience. Eamarkablo BIKYULhVllAlJiifl lWUfUSSiSI and CANDIDATES. ' FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL lit n Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin eanty. We are authorized to aunounce S. N. DAVID SON a a Independent Candidate forjailer of With $1,500,000 worth of rare animals and objocts, on tho morning of the arrival of the Franklin coanty, against the field, subject to the will BOiV. of the people at the Augiut election, .1886, For the accommodation of those wishing to avoid the crowds on the grounds, an ofllco h is been established at MoOlure's store, 212 St. Glair street, where reserved numbered MARSHAL. FOB CITT tickets can be purchased at the regular price and admission tickets at the usual We are authorized to announce w. s. MORRIS as slight advance. City Marshal ut the August eleca candidate for Excursion rates on all railroads. Will exhibit at Lexington May. 20; Maysvflle 21. tion, 1686. General Admission to Everything only 50 Cts. CHILDREN T7JVDEHEL NINE YEARS SS OTS, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES GREAT FUSE STREET PARADE, Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Branch office and scales at H. R. Williams' grocery, comer of Second and Bridge streets, South Frankfort. All orders will receive prompt attention. Dec.l2-t- f. The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you . make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm- S. S. & J. H, TOLD. feet front and one hundred and kitchens. Lot ninety-tw- o feet deep. Situated east of the comer of Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort. Apply to MW.W.G.MANDLEHB, Mar. a. DWELLING HOUSE AND TWO STORY FRAME repair, four rooms In 1 lot, House fiftygood and two er that almost cheats the s. looking-glas- '.1 M 'flm No. 836 Broadway. mf vi Jl.'i afifiEiira, -- .. iC ,:. t.. ;. 'l. - .",',-,'i- ' .T VvrtVj Ifa 5" IU A'JXILU .uuwm nix aujajj izjmriii-xujarjiv- un u ;:a;JflB5uT-oP- M. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 8, 188(5. lovo and esteem of all who know is a genial social prince. thoJ-To- Mr. Honry Church, of Kansas City, souri, is in visiting his parents below MisSted-manville. Tho remains of .Mr. John Winter-smitof Louisville, were brought to this city Thursday morning anil interred in the cemetery, tho funeral taking placo at the Episcopal Church. This is tho third member of the family which has die'd within the last six h, months. Hon. E. II. Taylor, jr., received the following letter from Col. John Mason Brown, one of the ilrst trustees of the PublicSchoolin this city, in reply to one written him in icgard to tho propriety of erecting two school buildings in this city: Louisville, Ky., Apri' 20th, 18SG. E. ff. ' 'ay tor, jr., I'rankfort, Ky.: My Dkah Sm: I was absent from tho city 1 U ..V7 Bv in Washington last week on business con- uecieu wun mo contest hetween tlio gun companies of this city. For this reason it was not until yestordny that I opened and read your letter, written tho 11th inst. Tho time for nnsworng it with any effect had already paused, and I greatly regret that anything should have interfered with my being useful in any possibles way to tho effort wnich you and other public splrito Land intelligent citizens avo making for tho best interests of Frankfort's public schools. Your position as opposed to any splitting of tho fund or dividing tho schools is unquestionably tho best. This wholo .matter was anxiously considered and gone over at 1 10 time that tho school entorpriso was en-- t red into, and every considoiation of econ o ny and efficiency of tho school, tho best interests of discipline and progress, and the greatest elllcency of tho limited funds at hand, pointed to tho same condition, to-- wit, that the school property in South Frankfort should bo made the location of tho a public school system .of tho 'own. I do sincerely hope that this well matured conclusion will not bo departed from. , I believe a man novor knows until ho has bo 3ii removed for somo years from the semes of his boyhood, how really strong on )'s affection is for his native piace. Nothing that affects Frankfort or its best interests can over bo a mattor of indiffor-e.is- o to mo, and if I can in any way at any ti ne contribute to anything that tepds to t is improvement or progress, or good nnmo of our dear old town it will always bo my lui.ipiiiesa to do it. Besides this, tho school astem of Frankfort is a thing in which I tako a sort of poternal pride. It is the one thing that I feel I can claim as having been largely developed through my advocacy. Wishing you every success, Yours truly. John Mason Buo.vn. on-tir- M r-P- H2ald Ksioo. Wa proully hoist of having the largest inland subscription school in the State. All intelligent citizens throughout Franklin aro exulting over tho triumph of Prof. Th nans Hintor for Superintendent of So iooIs. oh-ta'- fir J ii- . , 9 f. h Crowds after crowds woro unable to admittance to tho Grand Union Sunday-sciol last Sunday. Those desiring seats sho ild como early. A trained choir with organ, iluto and clair-onjwill discourse celestial music to saint nnd sinnor every Sunday evening at three o'cl jak. Pleasant. Rev. Bro. Graves, D. D., preached to an Very seasonable. Misses Maggie and Lee Rozel were enlightened audience one of his select serCorn planting about finished. mons on ''what man should do to save his the guests of Misses Lucia and Ida Garden prospects aro Muttering. Sudduth Saturday and Sunday. soul."' It had tho desired effect. Tho wheat outlook is encouraging. Born. On Wednesday, April :Jlst, to M j Eleanor Hamilton, of Frankfort, is Fishing parties aro now in tho ascendency. , highly appreciated as an educator of merit. Mr. Garrett Sudduth and wife, a The applo and cherry bloom heavier than daughter. H r present school at Edon is in a promisusual. ing condition. Sho deserves this special Sunday-schoo- l at Benson Church toB. Russell (Charlie) left last MonMr. paragraph. morrow morning at !) o'clock. Every- day forC.Chicago, where ho will engage in Tho ScobeoBros., of tho Scobeo saw mills, body invited to attend business. May success crown his efforts. hnvo invented a simple substitute for blackDied. At his home near Ilatton, Sheep shearing seems now to be occupysmith's bellows, for which thoy have applied for n patent. Thoy aro ingoneous and April 21st, ISSti, Mr. Henry Young, of ing tho attention of the farmers most. consumption. He leaves a wife and Mr. John Augravo rop rts that Jio bought inventive. several children to mourn his loss. a few days since of Mr. H. S. Kingkead ten Mr. Noel Leo, our talented roportorial, Weep not, dear friends, for your loved 1 per head. has recent lucrative offers made hiin. He one. Remember that your loss is his spring lambs at Messrs. Wado A Towles have been awardmeet will with tho Association of eternal gain. Ho was too precious for ed the construction of the remaining mile Teachers at Frankfort. earth. His task is finished. His work and ?4 of tho Bridgeport and Benson pike. Mnj. Eli MePaniel, our Republican can- is done and he has gone to reap his Mrs. Fannio has been very didate for Jailor, is one of tho most liberal golden reward on that bright and sick during the Parrent, who months and a three politicians in tho Stato. Tho Major, like his beautiful shore and rtst iu that calm half, wo aro glad past announce, is convalesto esteomed competitor, Mr. Williams, will and peaceful homo prepared for him cing. compromise any narrow political tonot on by a loving Savior and join the loved Tho singing school closed last Tuesday broad nnd liberal tonus. ones gone before. night. The improvement of tho class is U. Gukss. Dr. J. 0. Robinson, a distinguished sciencommendable. tist scholar and physician has boon solicitMr. F. M. Scolleld and daughter, Miss ed to render a few of his choice selections Alma, and Mr. James Angrave have been in iu elocution before tho Toachers' AssociaLouisville since our last report. Mrs. South Trimble has boon quite sick. Tho Dr., by his extensive and tion Ice cream arrived in time. successful practice, is termed "tho prido of Mr. G. Stednian was up last week calling. tho Knob." Mrs. Jas. Harrod visited friends and relThanks to H. & J. B. Stedman for ono atives at Bagdad recently. Tho Box Bro's. aro threatening to remove year's subscription. Mrs. Rebecca Crockett and daughter their excellent Champion for want of logs. These gontloinon, during Bro. L. II. Salin and wife, of Owen, paid Miss Anna Bell, have been on tho sick list u week or two. stay here, have won for themselves tho us a visit last Monday evening. t their u h ol t, .MPs Station is thoroughly alivo,the natural consequence of having two such men established enterprising here as Messrs. James Shaw and O. R. Cmtoher. They have lut completed LlTThK Bkttii:. an extensive warehouse, and are rapidly filling it with the latest and most Bryan E2.iidg;e. improved agricultural implements and all kinds ofthobet seed. That, with the The prospect for a new crop of to- long and well known grobacco is a very flattering one in this cery and dr. goods house of L. A. neighborhood. Owen, renders this community quite Dr. O. II. Reynold-- i passed through independent. this neighborhood this week on a visit Mis'! Sophia FhHi, of Missouri, to his many patients. will spend the summer with Mr. and Farmers are busily engaged in plant- Mrs. L. A. Owen. ing corn. Miss Flora LiniNey, of Indiana, who Mr. Lewis Lee, of Flat Creek, has has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. rented, and will soon tako in charge, South, returned home on Wodne-dathe depot at Ilatton. Mr. Robert Crutcher, who has been College in Mr. George Mitchell says he sympa- attending Commercial thises much with Mr. Warren Pulliam Louisville, returned home on Tuesday, over his scare, for he was very much very seriously ill. alarmed on finding a dead snake once Mr. L A. Trumbo left for Texas on himself. Saturday. The prevailing opinion Willie Goins and Hob Semonis said he will return with a valuable adthey were to run Pullinm's ball instead dition to our society in the person of of bachelor's hall his bride. When he left he thought There was a can of coal oil found at iie would be home to see the circus and the spring known as the Black Lick the last of the Legislature. spring, which tho owner can get by meeting of the The calling at the spring any time o n two Cooking Club met on the 2i)th at the days' notice (Whose is it, Bourb?) res' deuce of Mrs. A. G. Butts. There Our little writer, we admit she i was a full attendance, about forty perneat, and is thought by some (Oh, sons being present. The supper was a credit to the fair young cooks. There Dowden) how sweet. was quite a dance tfll about '1 Mr. Lewis Cook makes a flying trip o'clock, a. lively in., music by the Woodlake every day to the Stoney Creek toll band, Tho Club is under the very ef-gate to see Mr. M. Moore. f'cient management of its president, Sunday-schoevery S.mday "veil- Mrs. L A. Owen. at ing at Bald Knob school-housthree o'clock. Boys, take the girls. Bridgeport. bu-inc- the funeral of A. J. Hulette, sr , at North Benson Church last Sunday. Wool! Wool! seems to lie the leading trade in our village. L. P. IIu-Ic- tt is buying. Baby market booming. A premium on the prettiot one. Col. George Moore wants to know about that account. George, it is only $KJ.J0 in shoes, tira des, tYC. Mrs. S. A. Young has returned from a two week's visit in Bald Knob. Mrs. W. II. McDaniel and son, of Bald Knob, aro visiting her sister here, Mrs. J. V. Crane. Miss Clifllo Thompson, of Stedmnnville, visited relatives in Midway last week. Ignorance is bliss say Dr. Thompson when you wnnt to hitch a horso to a buggy and don't know how. Miss Annie South, of Frankfort, and Miss Annio Trimble, of Mt. Sterling, aro visiting their aunt, Mrs. Eliza Trimble. Tho chnnning littlo hello of Bridgoville, near Peak's Mill, Miss Laura Hockersmith, is visiting Miss Brattin near White Sulphur. 'Tis whispered that u new hotel will soon bo started at Woodlake. "Competition is Jtteiisou. tho life of trade,'1 says tho proprietor of tho Thomas House. News scarce. Owen LeCotnpte, our young magnetic Col. Dave Moore has sold his line youth, in company with his father and Dr. saddle and harness mare, Sally Staton, Guinn, went to Georgetown last Monday, to to Mr. Thaddeus McAndrew. Price give an exhibition of his magnetic power. private. They returned Inst Wednesday. Horn. To James Moore and wife, a Mr. S. T. Sacre, of Frankfort, met with son W. J I. Sliced. an accident out here last Monday by falling Tj. P. Hulette has purchased the from a straw rick while helping to load a Rune farm of Mrs. J. V. Rupe, widow wagon. It was thought lie was dead, but ho soon recovered and found that ho was only of .no. W. Rupe, deceased. A large concourse of people attended slightly injured. Col. Young, our esteemed humorist, was found sitting in tho shade holding Ids rod at arm's length as if waiting for a bite. A part of tho lino slopt in tho shallow stream, wliilo tho hook with its blistered worm lay out on tho dry rocks beyond. Ho had cast his hook boyond tho stream and didn't see it. Of course no practical angler can catch fish without "tho jug." .Col. Thomas B. Ford, of Frankfort, will bo earnestly solicited by this and adjacent counties to accept tho nomination for Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction. All enlightened school men throughout the State who know or hnvo heard of tho meritorious worth of this meek priuco and over zealous father of popular education will readily insist upon tho blind nnd bridled musses to rally to tho front and secure this priceless treasure for tho people. Mrs. Carrie Robinson has returned homo from a visit to hor brother, Mr. 11. II. Hawkins, Lexington. Miss Anna Fultz, who has been tho guest of hor unelojMr. Wm. Miller,and family for several months, has returned to her homo in Marion county. Farm hands nnd teams seem to bo rather more scarce than usual this season. Miss Lillio Russell, who has been on tho sick list recently, is ablo to ussumo her duties as teacher again. Mr. R. H. Farront, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, visited relatives in this vicinity last wiok. ?-- Sinco tho opening of spring a vast deal of improvement has been tho consequence, at least so far as tho election is concerned. Wo again appeal to tho management for a telephonic connection. No place of its size, perhaps, has more need of it than this. Mrs. Aphin Hackley, of Grafensburg, visited friends in this town last Sunday. Notwithstanding tho busy season, this end was well represented at County Court last Monday. Mr. Jacob William", who has had the chills recently, is better. Iea Riuge Hot and dry. Sheep shearing commenced. Mr. Joe. Tracy has the boss calf. Miss Laura Graves, of Shelby, is visiting Mrs. W. Tracy. Mr. Will Tracy ha rented, and is cultivating, part of the Stephens farm on Shelby pike. Mr. Doc. Tracy, of Anderson county, visited relatives in this village last Saturday and Sunday. here is a success, The Sunday-schojudging from the interest taken in it by the people, and the large and regular attendance since its organization. On reading Dick Johnson's adventure with foot pads, a citizen here remarked Dick ought to carry bis weapon in his hand while traveling to Lecstown at night. Bridgeport, don't fail us. We missed you last week. Ifyou know the number who, searching for tho Bridgeport column, found only disappointment, ' you would feel sorry for them. Messrs. Shanks A: Jamerson, the contractors who completed the reservoir, have sent for Mr John Burke to take charge of a division of their works in Cincinnati, whore they have a !S.'S."I),IK) contract for street construction. Mr. B. left here Monday evening. An Elmiia man has patened a flying ol .Hell's Station. " It has boon sometime since we have aon anything in your newsy little paper of our progressive community. ss y. semi-month- ly e, Harper's Ferry. machine. Ilnston Globe This announcement was received with delight by the people here, for judging the future by the past in the matter of closing roads, a Hying machine will be a necessity for those who wish to travel. The small boy carried a pup to a Frankfort merchant the other day as a present. The F. M. generously gave the little fellow a quarter, which so elated him, and having another pup ordered he decided to carry the second one to town, for which begot thosum of five cents, after having to state that he was doing a strictly spot cash business. TOur poet went to work the other day and ground out the following beautiful Spring poem: Spring, Rpiing, beautiful Spring, I am sine that hot weather's a very good tiling, And I wish that But we all know what ho wished for, and sincerly hope he got it. to-da- y Cure fov Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing tho patient to suppose has sono olfec-tio- n of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion aro present, Hatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect Amolsture, like greeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's-PilRemedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a normunont cure. Price ot) cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. disorder, torpid liver, pah In buck or side, constipation, etc , neglect w;i !'0 tatal. One dose nf btroncr'a Sanative Fills will clve relief. AfuwUoses rest oio to new health aud vigor. perspiration, producing a very disa- Forks of Elkliorn. to-da- Ik 'out of sorts' with hendacho, stomach saw-mi- ll '