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FRANKFORT, The Common Pleas Court adjourned yesterday. ff KY., MAY 15, 1886. Number 2fT t.'i Vi! Joseph Cook's Lectures. -- To be considered of importance in these days of modern inventions and appliances one must keep abreast of times in wliich we live. That is what has made P. T. Iiarnum famous the world over and made his show the greatest on earth. He has everything in his exhibition that is now, and every act or novelty, animal, bird or feature that has been invented, discovered, or unearthed in any part of the fi world is to be found under the big tents of hi show the Burnum and London nine united shows. This season the show is larger in size and richer in novelties than ever before in its history, and has grown to such monstrous proportions that its 100 acts can be exhibited in nothing less than 4 rings and its .'J00 expert performers are distributed all over the space allotted for the performances, in the air, in the 'rings, hippodrome track, and every part of the ten acre3 covered by the big canvas. The show this year consists of a triple circus three companies , museum of living wonders, two The Lecture Association of Kentucky University closes its course with During the storm Thursday morntwo lectures by Joseph Cook, on tho ing the flag-staand flag on the State evenings of May 21st and 22d. LecCapitol were blown away and lodged tures begin at 8 o'clock, in the Morrion the roof of Judge O. D. MeMana- son College Chapel. For information ma's residence, a square away. desired address tho Secretary of tho It. A ociatii n, Lexington, Ky. W. C. T. V. Notes. Woman's Christian Temperance Un i (ii will meet in thechapel of the Christian Church Wednesday p. in. at live o'clock. As there will be business of importance, it is to be hoped every member will bo present. All friendsjof the cause are invited to attend. Re member the change of time. Am ARSAIAgS! 4! -- If you want Of-- a- - Enterprising, Reliable House NICE PAIR D CALL AT Bridgeport. Strawberries next. Spring chickens to tho front. Wool '20 to S5 cents per pound. A roport of the bogs garden next. .Business in nil departments is booming. Wanted to borrow a shot gun, by B. F. M. Sunday-school- s all in n prosperous condition. Miss Mollio Taylor is visiting at Grafens menageries, aviary; elephant pavilion, burg. Spring with a herd of elephants ranging in pound. lamba nro in demnnd, 5 cents per size from a dwarf to a mammoth. RoTho man hippodrome races, elevated stage failure.fishing party last Thursday proved n e performances; the remarkably Mrs. Clem of Jumbo, and his enor- for a week. Parrenfc has been quite sick reproduction mous skeleton, mounted by Prof. II. Mr. J. H. Bailey has been in Louisyillo A. Wood, of Rochester; Alice, the dis- this week.' consolate widow of Jumbo, from the The first planting of watermelons nTo Royal Zoological Gardens, London; not doing well. the greatest collection of huge giants Busy bodies nro to bo avoided as tho eyer seen, comprised in the inter- deadliest reptile. life-lik- merit, and are popular with the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising, and ever reliable. Ilaving secured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, will set it on a positive guarantee, It will surely cure any and every affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to siiow our confidence, we invito you to call and get a Trial Bottle Free. 1 Jos. LeCompte can always be relied upon, not only to carry in stock the best of everything, but to secure the n Agency for such articles as have well-know- m 'M cCIore' s Bargain Counter. Your Choice for One-ha- lf Price. '& w cm mi national Congress of Gaints; hosts of European novelties, a troupo of astonishing Bedouin Arabs, herds of giant camels, 500 Norman draught horses, ponies, etc , 8o golden carved chariots, 70 railroad cars, 7 advertising cars, 800 people; all told, a daily expense of $7,- 000 and a capital of $1,000,000. The street parade, which can be compared to nothing of its kind over seen before, represents $1,500,000 in solid cash, and will take place at 8 o'clock in the morning on Saturday, Itfay 22d, and two performances will bo given at 2 and 8 p. m. This is the last chance any one has to see these enormous shows, as they sail for Europe in the fall. m Rev T. N. Arnold preached at Bridgeport Christian Chnrch last Sunday. Mr. J. K. Pnrrent, of Shelby county, paid us a visit last Saturday and Sunday. Three ducks produco four eggs in one day is tho latest from Shelby county. Seasonable showers and pleasant days causoth vegotation to advance rapidly. The averago small boy is not tho only one who joyfully anticipateth the circus. Mrs. Jonnio Chinn nud Miss Kate Jenkins have each boon on tho sick list recent- - Ayek's Hah: Vigor. In addition to thu curatho nnd rcftorntlvo iitucs peculiar to Ayer's Iialr XJYf v IX It U a toilet luxury. Thu Hair prounts Ha iiui,. ful frosliiK's Mid color to f.ukd pud Erny Lair. It nttains tlicso lcsults by tlu Him. of tbu lialr roots nnd color gl.tmU--. It rejuvenates tho a "iJ"TJ ''lid cleanse It. It restores to tho JLlixJLtbtliat, either by reason of ngo or UIui;cs of tlio tealji, has brcomo dry, liarah nnd brittle, n pllauey and (lossy (liken foftness of cstremo beauty. Thiro la ho dyo hi Aycr'a nnd tho good It docs Is by Ilia V iVJTHj'Jtb It ImpirW to tho follicles, and tho cl.an. lliic3 nnd licaltlifulncss of the condition In ihch it malnti.hu thu scalp. Ilnlr Vigor icncws tho hair. 3 ZA. JL IZjJLtu O Hair VIor is tho best (t.ro kno.vn for Uiruliy Hair, Scald Head, Itchlny Humor, Tetter Sorcc, Torpid Follicles, Mid nil other dUcr.ses ot tho that caupo tho fulling of tho t-j- t a "iTTn and lis fading. Notlilnir clennw JlAZsJULV cf tho milsr nro of dnudmff so perfectly, nud fo cfieetually ii A "VTr?T4?dI,,'r JL 111 A A a Vltfur euros a kildncf. vigor wtoiM youth- tt With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. , just received We have llah-TTT- .W Yi; JC raew Spring and Summer return, ns UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs anil Neckwear. Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. dT? made. thick nnd lont', nud keeps It always poft nnd t'lofcy. U by far thu cleanliest It catiscw tho hair to prow i; Myep's Hair Viaor Contains no deleterious Incrcdlcnts. Its prevents nil eealp disease, secures ntrahiH the hair growing thin or Bray, nnd Mircly cures nil baldness that Is not organic. rnEPAHED BY Hudson, ! Humphries & Cassell. VfJ ,w? of my hand on my leg and one on my head. Now they are all cured up, and I have regained fifteen pounds of my lost flesh. I am feeling thoroughly well and gaining every day. Swift's Specific lias also cured a child of mine or "King's evil" or scrofula, ofter two. doctors said it must die. It had large swellings in its neck, tfore eyes, and a chronic discharge from one ear. It was the cure of the child which led me to take It myself, and for the good of others I am only too glad to have them referred to mo that I may tell what this wopderful medicine has done for me anu mine, C. Van IIoeskn, M. E., 154 West Streot, New York, Dec. 26, 1885, The Swift Specific Cq Drawer 8, Atlanta, On. New York, 157 W. 28d St. Treatlso on blood. and skin diseases mailed free. Tho nenr approach of vacation causes joy and gladness to prevail among school children. Regulnr sorvices at South Benson church and at 11 o'clock a. m. each day. Tho knowing ones prediot n good crop year, taking tho heavy locust bloom as an Two years ago I contracted blood indication. poison, and after nine months of treat in ment by physicians with no benellt, I Look out for a surprise or tho shnpo of a tins month or have been cured by Swift's Specific marriage,ofnoout tne last next. When I bcgiui taking S. S. S. I had tho first run down in flesh from 181 to 132 Missos Belle Mason trail Susie Wilson, of pounds. Thero were three largo Anderson county, have roturned home from sloughing ulcers as largo as the palm a visit to this seotion. to-da- The State Sunday-schoConvention meets hi Frankfort early in the month of August. It is important to have our county fully represented and especially important to have a full report from every Sunday-schoo- l. Will some one connected with every school in the county who may see this notice drop a postal card to S. C. Bull, President of County Association, or Dr. U. V. Williams, Vice President of State Association, during the coming week, so that the proper blanks may bo sent, to have report from your school? ol To Sunday-scho- ol Superintendents: ter. The hoavio't thunder storm of tho season passed over thi3 eokt on last Tin r day mom ing. Mrs. Laura Oldham and Miss Kate Prico are tho the guests of Mrs. Fannie E. Farmer. Mr. Hnmlot Hnrrod, of Bagdad, visited his son, Mr. Jns. Hnrrod, and t'uuiily Inst Locited week. Mr. Oscar Wade nnd wifo, of Bagdnd, paid u visit to relatives in this vicinity this week. Prof. J. B. Lea, who has been very mnch indisposed for a week, is considerably bet- Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. tr FOR SALE Six '.Beautiful street near 3Ir. John JlayMm. Great Bargains! -- IN- BUILDING LOTS. Olothing, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Crum- - -- on Holmes paugh's. Apply to MAri se The people of Franklin and adjoining counties, who are always looking at my store and examining my immense stock of for Great Bargains, will not be disappointed by calling m ieL y I. April 0. 0. F. 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 also find a full assortment of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTINGS in my Carpet Department. X- ZD-i.",s7"ZC- rm. ?! y NO.C, MEETS EVERY CAPITAL LODOE. Visiting brothers cordially United. GEO. W. KEOCK.N. G. J. It. Williams, Sec. 10-t- Cure of Father and Child. IYEN0FF! west of i'rankfort, on the L. & N. ltallroad, HAY STALLION WILL 'PHIS BEAUTIFULof 188d at my stable to miles 1 inako the season S, at 22B St. Clair St. $10 TO INSUEE A MAEE IN FOAL. PEDIGREE.-IVEN-OFK Money due ns soon ns fact Is ascertained or the mare parted with. is tlfteen hands three Inches hlh, a beautiful bay, with black points, and lias Hue style and action, and shows very fast Rait with a lew days' handling. SIreel by Joe Hooker; he by old Joo Hooker, the sire of Maud Macey record U:10. 1st dam old Haul, sho by Alexander's Mambrlno Chief; '2d dam Gray Eagle, Ac, & c; old Uaul tho dam of Mary; she the il'im of Carlisle, which sold for S'AOOO by John If. Bowen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. It. P. Pepper for W. L. COLLINS. 86.000. Mar 27-2- DESCRIPTION AND RIGHT TO THE FRONT OF Dr. W. Lee Crutchor nnd Miss Liffie Daughorty loft last Tuesday for Florida, tho former ou n visit and tho latter to reside. Miss Sue Jenkins has sufficiently recovered from her rocent illness as to bo ablo to nttend to her duties as teuoher again. A young oow in this vicinity is snid to u produce ono pound of butter to each of milk, and five gallons of milk is tho quantity she gives daily. Ask O. W. ,T. gal-lo- ALL COMPETITION NEW SPRING STYLES. We place our Complete in assortment, splendid in quality; overflowing with generous bargains in '$1 Tho custom of running excursion trains and especially for the purpose of convoying passengers to witness gnmes of bnso ball, is yery grievous to tho eyes of religion and morals. Out worms nro playing hnvoo with tho corn. In many instances farmers nro furrowing out nnd replanting. Vegotation in general is suffering vory much from tho rnvngos of theso pests, at least such is tho caso in this section. on Sunday, All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. 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. m d M THE BRIGHTEST, Newest and Best SPRING STYLES. Lowest prioes consistent with good quality and, honest quantity. Weitzel . & O'Donnell. in lV ' , .... vv : ,'M ., to 'WrOTI , r V'- -,' frvw ' - ' yi''fw "r "Vvi i .,'' m' i 4KAJKMntT KUUiNMUUUT, Entered at the at Eranklort, Kentucky as stcond class mntlnble matter. icc Mr. E. W. Hines, of this city, for the past threo years one of tho editors ." "SVil GEORGE A. LEWIS, W 'x Eid.it.: r and. Evu"blislier. FRANKFORT, MAY lfi, 188G. of tho Kentucky Law Reporter, has purchased that magazine from Messrs. Braunin & Bodley, of Louisville, and will hereafter have entire control and editorial management of it. Mr. Jerry Washington, of this city, and Miss Mary E. Smith, who has been the housekeeper at the Governor's Mansion for tho past two years, were married at the home of the bride in Louisville Wednesday. It was quite a swell affair among the colored people. m A PICNIC FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!! -- rm AT- Mr. Richard Church purchased on Monday, of Mr. H. L. Wntklns, a lot fronting 50 feet on Shelby street and running back 200 feet, for $900. He will commence the erection of a neat residence upon it early next month. Manor's opera is now in full rehearsal. The cast of characters con-- i tains the best musical and dramatic talent in Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, and the chorus is composed of the handsomest young men and the prettiest young ladies in this city. LOW WATER MARK! Buyers of clothirg will again bo interested in our good fortune in securing (in addition to r, The Bankrupt Stock of A. Jacob's & Co., of Denver, Colorado, and Gcodkind, & Co.'s stock, slightly damaged by smoke) THE ENTIRE STOCK OF JEUNE & DOLL, OF LOUISVILLE, KY. Fech-heime- Ifv ife: .$ p'V, -, , The protracted meeting at the Christian Church closed Thursday night, Mr. Cobb returning to his home, at DeWhich we are closing out at catur, 111., on Thursday afternoon. The Church was greatly strengthened t"'and twelve persons added to Its men'1, bership. Mr. Darsie occupies his pulpit morning and night as usual. There has been another change in the grocery firm at the corner of SecThe .final test of the engino and ond and Shelby streets,, Messrs. J. S. pumps of the Water Company took iJJ Kent & Co., now being the proprietors. place this week, beginning on Monday il Mr. Jas. Greenup having sold out his and ending Thursday morning. The These three purchases are the best we have made during our 15 years' experience in the Clothing trade, and we positively intend to give our customers and the trade the benefit of them. 'interest in the establishment, has se- Holly Company, of Lockport, New position as salesman in the dry York, who put in the engine, had cured a Veguarantee the goods, and stand ready to refund the money if not satisfactory, goods store of Mr. Frank Heeney, on guaranteed that with the use of 21,000 See a few of the prices : or exchange, as you like. 'Broadway. pounds of coal the pumps would throw 25 Cents. Children's Knee Pants, 4 to 12 years, into the reservoir 5,000,000 gallons of 100 i.y We understand a fellow is going yater in sixty hours, and it was to 200 Boys' Long Pants, Blue Camlets, 55 Cents; .about the city professing to sell a pat- make good this guarantee that the -..-'65 Cents. Men's Pants, Blue Camlets, ent paint for grates and mantles who test was made.. The time expired at Boys' Long Pants, All Wool, 1.00 50 booting. It is hi? 5:50 Thursday morning, deserves a first-clabut the work $1.25 to 83.00 Men's Pants, All Wool, to a residence when he was custom to go all completed at 4:22 that morn$8.00 $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 Men's Suits, Ail Wool, knows the male portion of the family ing, and there was coal to spare. for sale, ,are from home, offer his paint Suits, 50 $1.50 Mr. Fox, the engineer sent out by force his way into the house and smear the Holly Company to run the engine the stuff on a mantle or grate in such a and pumps for six months after they wayas to necessitate its being repaint- were put up, will now return home YJ ed in order to get the job. If refused and the Water Company., will supply admission to the house lie becomes in- ins place with one of their own em-solent. Ladies should keep a good ployes. WZESIXT'IEI stout stick or kettle of hot water handy FEANKFOKT, KY. OJPP. CITY ho shows for use upon his carcas when Personal. up. Mrs. .Tames Heeney is visiting friends in Paris. Our venerable and highly esteemed Miss Pa'uline Frazier, of Leestown, uncle, Zeke Yocum, the sage of Mink ij visiting frierds in Versailles. BOARDING AT MBS. FREEMAN'S obboarding house, No. 422 North St. Clatr St. Run, has placed us under renewed s Has just recived his large Board hr the day or week. All desiring Hon. Albert A. ligations by sending to our sanctum on .. pent Sunday in Stoll, of Louisville, board mil find It to their Interest to call. this city visiting rela& NESBITT. MRS. FREEMAN Monday, a mammoth moonshine tives. cigar. It is 9 inches long, one inch in OFMiss Pearl Thorn, of Eminence, is diameter at the muzzle, 4 inches in visiting her father, Hon. W. P. Thorn, & S. flflHnjH circumference near the breech, and at the Hotel. Sioves, Grates & Mantels. ounces. DEALERS IN weighs one and three-fourth-s' Mr. J. Floyd McAdoo left WednesCall and examine tho It is built of the best home grown day evening for a visit to relatives in FAMILY GROCERIES, " Burley and gotten up in the best Knoxville, Tennessee. White SOUTHERN QUEEN CIGARS, TOBACCO, &C, CgESJJWHTS,. rfWI,IM)rii., ffn, -style. We have engaged the services Mrs. Robert Phillips and children "of Col. Dave Moore to help us get left Thursday morning for a visit to iKSfvL-- ' Wrought Steel Range, OOENEE OF SHELBY AND SECOND jnfijn i away with it when fired up. There's relatives in Owensboro. STEEETS. The new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, Mrs. Florence D. Moore, who has flaro; nothing small about Uncle Zeke; he the famous ' been in Louisville the past week, remm neyer does things by halves. A fresh stock of goods just received, and turned Thursday night. WHITE Mm Mrs. Chas. Boyer, of Circleville, everything on hand usually kept in a There is quite a building boom in SamFIRST-GLAS- S GROCERY. the neighborhood of the intersection Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. And to many othor useful articles too nuuel McEwing, in this city. Campbell streets just ,of Shelby and merous to mention, all at the Miss Laura Craddock left now. Mrs. Sheffer Richardson has night for Washington City toThursday All orders promptly attended to and goods LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. ' built an addition of two room3 to her sister, Mrs. Jas. W. Blackburn.visit her delivered in all parts of a8r Tesidence on Campbell, and is erecting Mrs. A. A. Stoll and children, of the city. y frame residence Louisville, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Mnr Of all kinds solioited in roofing, guttering, t a handsome ges fitting and plumbing. on the lot adjoining; Mrs. Milton James Rodman, jr., in this city. Give me a call, McGrew is erecting a frame residence Mr. L. E. McPherson, Assistant Suon Shelby and will shortly commence perintendent of the Pullman Palace 3". T-- BTrCKILilE-Srll Car Co., has been in the city this week another on Campbell; Mr. Henry DEALER IN- has the foundation laid for his new on business. Dr. W. M. Holladay, of Hampden residence on the lot recently purchased from Mr. H. L. Watkins, and Mr. Sidney, Prince Edward county,& VirwW. ginia, is visiting Messrs. W. J. W. n. Richard Church will shortly begin H. Lewis at Woodlake. r?, building on the lot adjoining. Mr. Frank K. Rodman and wife, who have been visiting relatives here mxtThis city was visited by one of the for several weeks, left Tuesday after &C. severest storms Thursday morning noon lor tneir Homo in Cincinnati. about four o'clock which has occurred Mrs. J. F. Lewis and children, who here in years. It was of short dura- have been visiting relatives here for Poles and Window -DEALERS IN- tion but the rain came down in tor- the past two weeks, returned to their home rents, the hail fell in such quantities noon. in Louisville Wednesday after- -' . it lay piled up in places for three HARDWARE, that SPECIALTY. . FARMING Mr. John C. Herndon and family, of hours after, and the wind blew or four " Louisville, arrived in the city Thursa perfect gale. Trees and signs were day evening and will reside upon the 227 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. blown down all over the city, the old Clark farm, near this city, for the " All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. All Kinds of Feed. warehouse at the Spring Hill distil- next year. Muy8-llery was unroofed, several of the ornaDr. T. H. Hudson left Monday afterOur Implements are the best on the market and of the ments upon the steeple of the Catholic noon for a ten days' visit to Kansas latest improvements. Our Eoeds are all fresh and Home ffSpl of Church were blown off, and thesmoke City, Missouri. Dr. Bryan,his Shelby-villgrown. An examination of our stock will convince you that vre keep the best Imple is here looking after practice stack of the Capital City Machine during his absence. PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I ment and seed store in Central Ky. THE bought from Mrs. Addle Garrett, adminisWorks blown down. Feb. My M. Saffell, Grand Commander , The storm seems to have been more Grand Junior Warden Jas. W. Pruett. tratrix of E. whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest lit the J. severe in this city ana immediate vi- - and Sir Knights Jas. A. Murray, V. A. ttL ciuity than elsewhere. Outside the Kaltenbrun and W. E. Grubbs left Furniture and' Undertaking H eliah city the most damage we have heard Tuesday morning for Paducah to attend the annual conclave of the Grand nf wnsHnnn unon thefarm nf Mr. "D. Commandery of Kentucky, Knights ' hFi? ... ft,, .Wnlmitt. One barn and about two Templar. ' GL Knnrltwl trees were blown down, and Interest In iny business to And have sold .,. ...... ::: frti v BORN, tfC large bushes in the yard of his No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Shirks' White Hall Clothing House if;. wprfi taken un bv tho roots and In Belle Point, on: Sunduy, May 9, 1886, to Mr S. Robert C. Nlcol und wife ,a son. Robert IIay. wk narrinrl RniTifl distance. Mr Charles L. this county, on Thursday, Sv'jMcKee was at the reservoir watching II.InBurckhurdt und wife, a son. May 18th, 1886, to Mr. And hereafter the style of the firm will be J t it &'?'-- the rise oi tne water in ine Dasins ARE OFFERED IN THE. WAY & when the storm began and had to AiA.rtRiicr. STATEN & DEHONEY, of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS descriptions. Why will the .people of fine pictures of all styles and and go down in At the home of the bride, on Wednesday morning, raise the iron cover '' will be continued at the old 1886, by Kav. (ieorjie Diirsle, Muv hi';:'m the dry well in order to escape the B I 12th, of Bagdad, und M.'es Luov G. Mr. Wiimmu And the businessStuten, No. 218 St. Clair street.stand Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at .ky, Day, of of Whltesldes & home. Oct. 2Stf. ', pelting of the rain and hail. , JAS. T. STATEN. county, Kentucky. May & - ford The Lowest Prices on. Record NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. Pairs Pairs 200 Pairs Pairs 300 Pairs 200 Children's ---- --- ss and SHOES and HATS in NEW STYLES AND SHAPED CRUTCHER H-AJLX- i. & STARKS, ttTJJL ! B0ARDERSW1NTED f CmST-CLAS- S Hrst-clas- J. T. BUCKLEY '- SPRING STOCK -- J. KENT CO.. H mi.., HI Ml, WORK . ' ?m tfr tlglPJ:iiiSaBB.iIM!g two-stor- JOIB -- ':m mm ;tw4 381 ssm 15-t- f. Du-va- R. ROGERS, -- m m . P TURE FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS COFFINS, A Use MA8TIN BRO.'S, hw IMPLEMENTS, y. e, NOTIGE! BUSINESS, one-ha- lf ! CAPITAL EL ART GALLERY! , , ,,. MA.TTER1ST, resi-rfon- pp Prop'r, W. DEHONEY, . im 1 PHANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Gutl.-rle,X'o- dd m l . 8--tf aAs :'r i . .i '' ' i i I.. ' Wxb!.' , 'if'IS' tiMvij mMmdmiMMM & UMMM$Mm&M fW . h $ ?! mM?" Jt f! and stock of groceries MANKFORT ROUJMABOUT. Tho store-hous- e of Mrs. Martha Walston, on the F. & F. C. pike, 1 miles from, Frankfort FRANKFORT, MAY 15, 1880. was burned last Saturday night, beInsure your property against Are In tween 8 and 0 o'clock, origin of fire agency, office Main not known. Small insurance. Chas. P. m. street, opposite Engine House. Messrs. Hiram Berry and John P. Call at John T. Buckley's tnd get a Shirks, of this city, attended the horee drink of Altered ice water. sale of Mr. A. J. Alexander, at Spring 4 " The last of the last hops of the sea- Station, Thursday, and each purchasson took place at tho Capital Hotel ed a fine young horse. Mr. Starks paid $330 for a chestnut colt and Mr. last ovening. Borry $410 for a filly. Mr. Z. T. Collins has bought out Mr. J. M. Watts and is hack in his old Mr. Peter C. Sowjer broke ground Thursday afternoon for a handsome quarters, the South Side meat store. & new store-rooon the lot recently The Confederate Memorial Associa- purchased by him from Mr. Sol. Hartion Mil meet at the residence of Mrs. ris, on Main street. It is to be 25 by B.'Jtf. Aldridgo this afternoon at 4 90 feet, three stories high, with hando'clock. some stone front. Mr. Mike Buckley m Thomas Crittenden was has the contract for putting it up. The trial of E.-uin' 'Visi Louisville steam bread and rolls at 8t. Kleber's. ling of six rooms, located on High street, opposite tho Governor's Mansion. Apply to Mrs Margaret Griffin, 3t. next door. Fon hunt A two-stor- y fraine dwel- IL R HXLURE Would announce to his friends that his 3& 1 A " mm -- For tho best Lawn Mowers in tho market so to Mastin Bros. Jim O'Donnell. If you want fresh fish cleaned call on SFRI2TG STOCK -- OF- V3 i VI -- m Ii Notwithstanding much is said about the importance of a blood purifying medicine,possibly tho matter has never claimed your serious attention. Think m using Ayer's Sarsa-parillagain postponed, at Taylorsville, MonThe depot at Hatton was destroyed of it now! If, by scrofula, and trans- Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- you avoid term of the day, until tho November tinuance of the same, by fire Thursday night. It was the mit health to your offspring, thank us Spencer Circuit Court. property of Mr. John A. Bell, who had for the suggestion. Mr. Frank G. Montgomery, of this been keeping a country store in it, but Baby buggies from $3.00 up at B. i iT' city, has located at Hermisillo, Mexico, had just sold his stock a few days ago Bogors. We will always do where he has secured the ppsition of and rented the house to Mr. Lewis Lee, of Flat Creek. The fire took place Dick Ferguson now has a full line of telegraph operator. about one o'clock and is supposed to be Virginia and sweet tobacco, also cigars AS FOR YOU NOT BETTER in his wholesale department. A call Judge French made an order in the the work of un incendiary. on him will convince you that lie can Court yesterday, directCommon P.leas -- THAN YOU- The ladias of the Southern Presby- save you money, being a distributing ing the Yeoman office building and point. to be sold. terian Church will give an elegant supmaterial . per in the Church lot, on the corner of Cornice Poles 30 cents each at B. Try the Arctic flour. Third and Steele streets, on Thursday Bogers. April 17, 168C. A large delegation left this city yes- evening next. The price of admission Wonderful Cures. terday for the Louisville races. Some will be ten cents at the gate, and supper L. F. C03IPTOX. W. C. Macklin. W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and C. of the boys took their walking shoes will be furnished for 50 cents, ices and Betail Druggists, of Borne, Ga., say: COMPTON & MACKLIN, strawberries included. Tho prices so as to be able to get home again. . We have been selling Dr. King's New are reasonable enough to insure Insurance Agent, Buck-lcn- 's General proprietorsMr. R. B. Jillson is greatly improv- a large attendance. Let every one go Discovery, Electric Bitters and two years. Arnica Salve for ing tho front of his store by putting and contribute to a good cause. ELKHOPwU ROLLER MILLS, Office on Main St., Opposite Fanners' Bank. Have never handled remedies that up a new galvanized iron cornice and sell as well, or give such universal IUVr THE FULL REPRESENTING In the election of grand officers of satisfaction. There have been some window caps of tho same material. cures effected by these 15 Leading American and the Grand Commandery of Kentucky, wonderful Foreign Companies, The new opera, Lena, which is to Knights Templar, held in Paducah on medicines in this city. Several cases AND MANUFACTURE of pronounced Consumption have been WITH OVER be produced in this city about the 28th Thursday, Sir John W. Pruett, of this entirely cured by use of a few bottles Six of the best grades of the best Plonr inst., will bo the only one ever per- city, was advanced from the position of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken made in the world. formed in Frankfort with a full or- of Grand Junior Warden to that of in connection with Electric Bitters. $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite We PROP- chestra. Grand Senior Warden. The compli- Jos. guarantee them always. Sold 1by TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM Line of ltol Square 1 erty at lonest rates. Agent Anchor LeCompte. Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point In Company D, the crack drill com- ment was worthily bestowed, as no of or Apr. Seed corn, Hungarian and Southern ureat iiriuain ireianu. In- ficer elected by that body will do pany from the Kentucky Military PLANTS FOE SALE. stitute, came in Thursday morning greater honor to the order in the State German millet at A LL KINDS AND Mastin Bros. VARIETIES OF TOMATO, and gave, an exhibition drill in the than Sir Knight Pruett. The Grand and Sweet Potato plants rl Cabbage, Pepper for sale. Callut my farmconstantly on hand and on Commandery adjourned Thursday 'Capitol grounds. Straw hats of all varieties cheap at the Lawrenceburg pike, or telephone Satfell's resiELKH0RN WOOLEN MILLS, m C. W. SAFFELL. dence. evening to meet in Danville on the C. B. Gresham's, South Side. Apr. The Arctic is without rival. second Wednesday in May, 18S7. H. & J. B. STEDMAN. House Bent. A frame house In excavating for the foundation of Alex. Watson and John Montague, of severalfou rooms, located in Belle WOOL DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF the new vestibule of the Baptist Church two white men, were arrested Mon- Point, is offered for rent. Apply to BY GOING TO SEE last week a lot of human bones were day, charged with holding up a colored W. L. Pence. Jeans, B.ankets, Linseys, Satinets, w exhumed. They were only about two man on Harvie's lot, opposite the Gas Stocking Yarn, &c. feet below the surface. By land or at sea, out on the prairie Works, Saturday night and robbing crowded city, a Have given TongaJine a fair trial in him of a watch and a smali'nmount of or in theare the best tor Ayer's cathar- Roll carding and general custom work our specialty. purgative purtic PilJs agent many caes of neuralgia and rheuma- money. They were tried Thursday poses, every where conveniet, efficacious W. T. Reading, as heretofore, will be wool. to recelt e w ool in Frankfort. Cash paid for find it the only reliable rem- afternoon before tism, and Squire Clark, when and safe. For sluggish bowels, torpid edy for these complaints. Watson was discharged on the felony liver, indigestion, bad breath, flatulenH. & J. B. STEDMAN. Tjhiuy & Keithly, Dim. M' CJ Milford, Mo. warrant and fined for a misdemeanor, cy, and sick headacde they are a sure Apr. remedy. and Montague was held over to the Mr. James II. Gaines, a well known Circuit Court under $200 bond. The Tho verdict of everybody: "Howard to Tax-Payer- s. citizen of Woodford county, died at evidence failed to show that money or Bro's. soda water ami ginger ale arc Notice THAT THE CLERK IS DIRECTED his home near MillvilleMonday night, other thing of value was taken, but the finest drinks in town." RESOLVED. In the hands of the City aged GO yeare. His funeral took place that an assault was made with intent on Tuesday, the 18th inst, 'to remain In Fresh fish cleaned and ready for use Treasurer until Saturday, the 21st of August, and all his hands .Wednesday afternoon from the Grassy to rob. atJiraO'Donnell's persons who pay their taxes on or before Thursday. July 1st, shall be allowed u rebate of 8 per cent, and Sprang Church. warrant on to parWe have opened Louisville Tobacco Market, lor, and as it is the our ice creamnicest tho Clerk IsIn directed suchdraw hisV.for rebate, the persons HIIfcfiMrenraegITOlll ZiL favor of Treasurer coziest and Mr. Jos. T. Staton was elected a deleGRAY, F. Attest: place in town. And our cream and May Wit City Clerk. gate to tho National Association of FUBNISHED BX GLOVES & DUBBETT, PBO- sherbet isthe best you can find any FBIKIOBS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- Undertakers, which meets in Cleve place. You will find it to your advantJimWtjJ!cirM!kIMjMiSrJillt HOU8E. TO CONTRACTORS. land, Ohio, in October, by the State age to visit us before going elsewhere. NOTICE IIowaud Bros. Association, which has been in session Tho receipts on our market this week THECITY OF FRANKFORT INVITES PROPO- were tho smallest of the season, amounting in Louisville this week. CT .H.irtjflgmti:H.iimdm3araiiFi 1 sals the erection SDeclllcatlons will be on Arctic and J. E. M. flour for sale by purposes.forThe nlans and 01 a ouuuing ior &cnooi only to 1210 hhcls. The sales for tho week all grocers. Ask for them if you exhibition at the ofllce of the City Clerk on and after Bice, tho man who killed Goe. W. amounted to 2045 hhds., and tho stocks want the very best in the market. Tuesday, the 11th Inst And bids may bo left with IVCKiifl been past that onicer up to the evening of the 22d Inst As hiu Crad,dock, jr., near Monterey, in Owen hrve weeks. somewhat reduceda in tho more two There has been examination of same littlo soon thereafter as a Go to Jim O'Donnell for fresh fish. may be had the award careful made to the aeceptab'e Jf. county, about eighteen months ago, strength this week on tho markot for nil M be Ho cleaned and ready for bidder. The city will pay cash on estimates every was found guilty of manslaughter in grades of burley tobacco, but no mntorinl use. delivers them other week, reserving 20 er cent, on each estimate ndvnnce. The following quotations fnirl-r- oj until the completion of the building In accordance Jan. the Owen Circuit Court last week and with the terms of the contract r 'sent our market for new burley tobnc 0 first-claice cream and A bond with satisfactory security will be required $$J .sentenced to the Penitentiary for three Lovers of and each bid must state the kS5, Dark Trash $2.7B to 3.f0 sherbet will find what they want at of the contractor,be accompanied by the surety 's secu- DR. oblirity offered, and COLLINS, Colory Trash 3.50 to 4.50 Howard Bro's. w years. gation to qualify. Council resenea the right to Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.00 reject any or all bids. Another attempt was made Sunday Colory Lugs By order of tho Council. COO to 7.50 The J. E. M. has no If F. V. GRAY. Attest: . night to burn the residence of Mr. Common Leaf, not colory.. . fi.50 to 8.00 one claims it has, just equal. the any 4 City Clerk. Mny8,18S6-3ttwo bake 8.0O to 13.00 MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' John W. Gault, on Logan street. This Good Leaf flours in the same pan at the same QFFICE, extracted without pain by the use ot 18.00 to 15.00 time and the result will convince you. lat- Fine Leaf time coal oil was poured over the (or laughing) gas. mar.20-ttSale, Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 18,00 Lot tice around the back porch and set fire Farmers having real good butcher to. It was only about nine o'clock, Curd for PileB. stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, BUILDING LOT FRONTING 30 FEET ON Broadway and running back 125 feet, Is offered and the fire was discovered and put Piles are frequently preceded by a will receive the highest markot prices A sale. Apply to CARPENTER AND BUILDER. sense of weight in the back, loins and by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main for out before much damage was done. R. M. ALDRIDGE. f!4-t- f. April lower part of the abdomen, causing streets HIS FROM SOUTH HAS REMOVED the Saw SHOP Planing Mills of to and During the storm Tuesday night tho the patient to suppose has sono effec-tio- n Wakelleld and West, where he Is prepared to do uny Sanger I A neglected cold or cough may of tho kidneys or neighboring orwork Those who contemplate building, olther In remnant of the tall hemlock tree in lead to Pneumonia 'nnsumptlon or other fatal the city or country, are requested to give him u call. gans. At times, symptoms of indigesPectoral Filli will euro Orders for Job Work will be received by telephone the yard of the old Hannah Mansion, tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness dheaso. byStrong's Rest thlUR for dyspepsla.lu a manic. No. 4f, and will receive prompt attention. qn Second street, was struck by light of the stomach, ect. Amoisturo, like cold m sick headache us thousands testily. digestion, PREPARED TO FURNISH at my stand. I AMany quantity and at all times,PURE LAKE ICE April ning, about demolishing it. The perspiration, producing a very disaIf you want a good juicy steak, sweet in 's same tree was struck last summer and greeable itching, after getting warm, hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Blind; Bleedstore, No 228 Main street, oppo- CHOICE badly shattered, and this time it is is a common attendant.yield FRESH FISH RODGERS & ALLEN, ing and Itching Piles at once to site Dr. Duvall's residence. f!4-t- f. about done for. DEALERS IN the application of Dr. Bosanko's Always on hand. Send in your orders. Pile Remqdy,which acts directly upon GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WARJAMES O'DONNELL, Mr. Mike Sullivan has torn away the parts effected, absorbing the Parmersand Mehanios. Tu Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. FIELD SEEDS, &c. that portion of the old Market houso mors, allaying tno intense itching, and Save money and doctors' bills. ReApril your purchased by him, and will erect two. effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 lievo timely mothers, wives and sisters purchase of Dr. Bosanko's 235 BROADWAY STREET. Address, The Dr. Bosanko by a business houses upon the lot, each cents. Cough una Lung Syrur , best known Co., WOOL WANTED! JUST OPENED A FAML fronting twenty feet on Ann street and Medicine& Chiles.Piqua. O. Sold by remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Hughes lly grocery at the above place, where we will Bronchial efl'ections. Rolioves Chilrunning back seventy feet on Broadkeep constantly on hand a full stock ot goods In our respectfully dren OR WISH If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach you of croup In oije night, may save WEpounds ofTO PURCHASE 40.000highest 60,000 line, wepatronage, solicit a liberal share of the way. The buildings are to be of brick, disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, conwool. hundreds of dollars. Prico 50 cts. price. Sucks furnished Will pay the to us. cash public on application two qtories high, and will be a great stipation, etc .neglect may be fatal. One dose . and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Rodgers & Allen. ot Btrontr'a Sanative Fills will give relief, ROGERS & ALLEN, 235 Broadw ay. improvement to that part of the city. A few doses restore to ue w health and vigor. Mar. 2 Hughes & Chiles. April , t Try Howard Bro's. soda water and ' ginger ale. We use nothing but pure fruit syrups in our soda water, and you will find it the best in town. Howard Bros. i Boots, Shoes, Hats, Boob, Ac. Is now complete. Thankful for the LIBERAL PATRONAGE a, ASSURING YOU THAT WELL IF CAN DO F. ELSEWHERE. -- HTTCHBS, cei-taln- ly Roller System, 18St-l- i Wl i Cap-Jan- .2 m m lv-i- WOOL! WOOL! MONEY SAVED ffi .,.... 24-l- jwtf SiSSffir&kffii PI Tax-boo- k 1 V. BERBERICH1 J. S. 23-C- ss DE2STTIST, For - f rf ; saw ft 10-2I- ..fflsa WW. . LAKEJCE!! , Ii 17-3- Sal-yer- E, 17-t- f. FIRST-CLAS- S 17-l- 13-3- ' ...... ' x ' , , . , 4 , s . " ' v ftj n 5&i . irJk Bl"v iC'. , 1 . . .I'm. .1 1. ' MHr ' i ... ri . - v. . ....,' I , . .1 - . ... i ... ... . ...,,' r. v . . iVM A fs . 4 piirP ROUNDABOUT, KRANKPORT j' Educational. The Franklin County Toucher's Association met at the otlice of Col. Thos. B. Ford in Frankfort on last Saturday nt 10 o'clock. FRANKFORT, SATURDAY, M 22. Wwocfttf Though painful and wearing almost beyond uT1aA A MM ftf Tnflntnvniitsm. T)tiA..lOTM m nil endurance, Is not an Incurable dlscoso if treat- nearly my tbe laiib joints. Gave Tono aline, and ay pat'entis oat and doing vail." ed In time. Perhaps no other disease has so W. W. Baxxxb, M. D nereman. M. baffled tho efforts of science and medicine as this, but at last a remedyhas been discovered in "In my opinion TowoAtnns raporoedos all othot wn,ch CURES theomatlo remedies." and Is heartily enS. 0. WonsHAM, M. D Mairago, BL dorsed br many of tho Leading Physicians. " WHAT THEY 8AY : ? rfven ToNOALnns a fait trial and think it " TOKO Aims is doing nil that i claimed it will do," tho bert n"V I bats orer found for KheumatlBm.'1 to-dRHEUMA-WVWaVV,tised The meeting was called to order by president Thomas Hunter. Miss Maggie Downey read an interesting essay on "Morals of Pupils." Prof. Hugh Tracy rendered a few productions in Elocution on Reading. Miss Lulu Wiai'd's essay on Attendance of Pupils (read by Mrs. Franklin) was an excellent composition on the BARNUM and LONDON & M' sul ie 't. Capt. Gaines, of the Herald of Education, Louisville, at the request of the President, addressed the Association on the subject "Our Future Hope." He delivered a very eloquent and pointed address. Miss Mtirv T. Moron read a very beautiful and instructive essay on School .Discipline. On motion of Mrs. Walter Franklin, it was resolved that the county teachers consult with the citizens of their respective districts, with the view of inviting the Association to meet with es TED SHOW ST MI Capital $4,000,000. T'en. Tincies A. .. O. OTBeiixbt, M. D., Oantrall, 10. B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. MEILLIER. Sole Proprietor, 709 and Til WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIfl, Blue SPEI3STG-- , ! Larger and Better. bSSTo. SB7,000, DR. W. I. KELLEY, WILL DE AT THE TREES 13-3- them at their district school-housand to, notify the President of the same. Col. Itobt D. Allen, the illustrious educator or KentucKy, uuivwcu u famous address. Col. John L. Scott, the teacher's friend, entertained the meeting with a grand address. This being the day for the annual election of officers for the ensuing year, the following named persons were duly elected i Pro!. Thomas Plunter, President. Prof. Hugh Tracy, Secretary. And then the meeting adjourned, to meet on the second Saturday in June or at such other time as the Preudeni might select. Tuos. HunteiV, PrcsH. Miss Mary T. Meruit, PARRWRLL TOUR BARNUM'S ADIEU. I regrot being forced to take nwny from my fellow-citizen- OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, CAPSTAN HOTEL IN FRANKFORT. KY.. OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits and sverythlng usually found In u Nursery Establishment. Catalogues on application to U. F. lllLLfcNMEVER, Mar. LexIngtonKy. C TREES! ieee. SEW PLANING MILL."" an exhibition which they SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. hnvo enthusiastically npprecinted and lavishly patronized, but tho amusement seeking peoplo of Europo demand tho opportunity of seeing the Combination which has a SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. world-wid- e reputation, and no counterpart in any country. I have made all arrange- SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. ments and contracts for its transportion, in ,its vitat entirety, across tho Atlantic. My All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured ablo and experienced partners will conduct this unparallclled enterprise under my by the Brlnkerhoif system wiTaoirrusiNa the knife ' or LiOATUKE and without uny pain. personal .supervision. Tho public's obedient servant, PHINEAS I. BARNUM. s SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of FISTULA ' BBWiiHF Wfc T'if BWlfcMLflilHih ii " """fl'flteliiFliil Cured without the knife or ligature. Sash, Doors, Blinds, r?ais9 & Molding Turnln FISSUBES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER UNO RECTAL CATARRH ALSO VicePres't. Scroll Work, Stair Work Maylfl-tf- . Gotten out in tho Best Style. nSVBnjV flBBaWHp4SgnMNQnBYnwraaaaaaBnaaaaaaMaHB uxS Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, OMEBSsaVreJ IK WM. CEOMWELL a diseased Hugh Tracy, nm ' mwi-'-r- v w I ! USSImTlaWaBTanBWiHflftwlBTffw Sec1!. iasfiOlirPlM Diseases of the womb that are caused by Dowel, also treated. Attorney-af-Law- , of Franldin County: We arc now entering upon the third yen- - of our Association and we should use our influence and all our energies to make it the best. There is a great ,..i. , ;.r (lnnii riiniiMilti!; in he overif come, but we can and will succeed we put our united enorts i mu unv, for "In union there is strength." You will see in the minutes of our last meeting that it is our intention to take the Association to those neighA TRULY GREAT AND WONDERFUL EXHIBITION. borhoods that desire it. Now; go . it up among your neighbors work, talk By meeting with them we will show them who are the live teachers of the county, and also teach them the relaIN THREE RINGS. of tions they have in the great causecreElevnted stngo performances, Grand Roman Hippodromo, with thrilling races, common school education. It will double menageries, with rare beasts, immense museum of living wonders, ate a greater interest in the schools and herds of elephants, droves of camels, 500 horses and ponies, be a benefit to all concerned. There is 100 cages and chariots, not a neighborhood that would not be benefited by our meeting with them. Write to me as soon as you can and let to me know if your district wishes usdismeet witn them. Two or more tricts might unite and have a grand AND GREAT IVORY BONED SKELETON- meeting. Respectfully, &c, To the Teachers PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In tho lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. 3L WITHBOW, Frankfort. AND Hioal ESstat Agsat, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and tho iidjoinitig counties, and will alto givo.'pceial attention to tho puruhae nnd sale of estate, collection of rents, clnluif, and tho negotiation ol loans. Oftioo rt-a- l Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to opposite Court House. any one by addressing W. Dec. I. KELLEY, M. I)., Juno 25-l- y. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, Choice ALL Goal Cheap. THIPFLB ALLIANCE CIRCUS. two CONSULTATION FREE. 2G-l- y. IFOIES l,ll Mar. a. S-A-- X. Crum-Inugu'- KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, FuU Weight, Bottom Prices. OF LIZZIE THE VACANT LOTHolmes utreet. U. SHARP ONs. I. tUe north Side of nearM. feet on Holmes The lot fronts 09 0 fest deep and 60 feet wide at street. Is 85-1- Telephone connection No. 30. Nortn end. For price and particulars apply to . JOHN B. LIN'DSEY GEO, B. MACKXrllT, Dec.8.f JUMBO, NA TURAL AS LIFE, -- FRANKFORT. K.Y,. n Pres. F. Fuof. Thomas Huntek, President T. Hunter, a T. A. ALICE, Troupe of JUMBO'S WIDOW AND FORMER COMPANION, somi-barbnri- br Indiicrettona, ezcozses, oto Benefits In a day; Ouresuiuul It within n month. No Deception nor QuBckorr. PobIHto I'roots, full description and lotterotndrlee In plain toalod envelope, free. EBIE MEDIOAL CO., P.O. Uruiror 1?4 itflalo. N.Y. Canend IiastcrFailiiisMnnliootltHorvonsasEa Wonlinoss, ijiiclr of Strength, Vigor or, Development! A QUICX, PZRMAH!fiTf CEHTAIfl CURE FCR Housekeepers, T Mention IN STOCK, ! KEEP CONSTANTLY Cooper's and Nelson's COX'S. i o Dkab Sib: I have tho honor to solicit you to invito tho Franklin County Teachers' Association to hold their next regular monthly meeting at Bald Knob on the second Saturday in Juno, 1880. I nm, sir, Your obedient servant, Huou Tkaov. -- F. C. T. ,' Arabs, 100 startling and export porforraors. soul-stirrin- g acts, 300 phenomenally 1: Vi J Turnpike JJeetimj. AUTHORITY CflVEN A MAJORITY OF B Vstockholders of the Plum Branch and Which are quranteed the best. . o- Sores. ltheiim, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Cuts, Bruisps, ,M Bucklen's Arnica Salve. for The Best Salve in the world Salt Ulcers, & THE Buld Knob Turnpike Road Company In the charter of said My own make. Pure Spices, ground nnd whole, road, "notice Is hereby given that there will bo a the very best I am buy, and attention Is meetlnKofthe stockholders of said road at Bald especially called to my on tlio first Saturday la Juno. Knob School-house- , 1880, at hour of 10 o'clock, a. in., to elect a board of live directors for the ensuing year. Given under my hand this 10th day of April. 1886. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. It. A. THOMSON, Presiding Judgo Franklin County Court.. Wine, for cooking purposes, at S2.00 per Gallon. April Don't fail lo give mo a trade. Extract of Lemon BLACK Vanilla, GROUND PEPPER, ! Ml 17-t- d. U J South Side Meat Store. JOSEPH J. H"WATTS, (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) OF MR. HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST In futue In the meat business, I will keep constantly on hand a general supply of - LbCOMFTE THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. cures Skin Eruptions, and. positively guarrequired. It is Piles, or no pay or anteed to give perfect satisfaction, per Price 25 cents money refunded. box. 'For sale by Joe LeCompte. TjANSY rB VAmm. y PILLS 5Z& iriu. rij t '- -. EPV' .. r.tv , Jtt. J. No. 87, WATTS. GREAT C0NGHESS OF HUGE LIVNIG GIANTS- and Wild Cherry is the basis of the Brldgo street Feb. yot discovered. These best remedies equally Great Mirnmba Band, thousands of attractions, to bewilder and charm everyone. ingredients with several others as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. COAL YARD! Bosanko's Cough and Xung Syrup, reliable Ba-rrLia.nothus making it one of the most60 cents RECENTLY YARD .' HAVING Frankfort, we OPENED A COALall times IN ow on tho market. Price are prepared ut to Samples free. Sold by furnish he and $1.00. Hughes & Chiles. Last appearance to his millions of little friends, and presenting tho grandest show of BEST GRADES OF GOAL! m r his life. Two performances each day, 2 and 7 p. m. Doors opon an hour earlier. Ilud-;soThe latest style&straw hats at 2t. ATTHE-- 7 Humphries, Cassell's. 20-3- Proper Treatment for Coughs. That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, ye will say. that 'J ar Fresh and Cured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &c, Whhlch I will sell at tho lowest figures for cash. Tun ktul to tne public lor puiitiuvoib,! asicu continuance of their patronage. Are perfectly Safe and alwaysjewbcmim. regularly by 10,000 American Used ettaera. or CmmU rernaded. Don't waste noatraaM. Tit I money on woi'tbleaa by all Druggists, or flrat. Bold taU Bemeaaddress. Send 4 cents for particulars. to anv mailed WILCOX PECITFIO CO., Pnllada., Fa. a it J irM Ji HP. T. NEW TrvVfiwt BBllVOlb lOEBIUIIPFESliLEafaV llllLBorl 1WMHEB3ASS DECAY. ,, A Life Erperlenoo. Remarkable and quick cures. Trial Packages. Bond' Btarap for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. .tj'tn &m n, -- CANDIDATES. General Admission to Everything only 50 Ots, CHILDREN UNDER N1IVE YEARS S5 OTS. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR JAILER. wa lire authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL for Jailer of Franklin county. . N. DAVID Wo are authorized to aunouncc an Independent Candidate forjader of F?ank!in aain.t the Held, subject to the will 1886. of the people, at the Augutt election, ..V" GREAT FBEE STREET PARADE, Ofllce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Brunch office and scales at H. R. Williams' grocery, corner of Second and Bridge Btreets, South Frankfort: All orders .will receive prompt attention. Dec,12-tf- The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell asweeter tale?, Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. . 8. S. & J. II. TOLD. CITY MARSHAL. to announce W. S. MORRIS acandldlite for City Marshal at the August elec-jlo- inm 1866. raro animals and objects, on tho morning of the arrival of tho With $1,500,000 worth-oFRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND show. TWO STORY In four rooms and two the accommodation of thoso wishing to avoid tho crowds on tho grounds, an ofllco kitchens. .House fiftygood repair,and one hundred and For feet front Lot 1)12 St. Clair street, whoro reserved numbered ninety-twhas been established at McClure's store, feet deep. Situated east of the corner of tickets can be purchased at tho regular price and admission tickets at the usual Murray and Second streets, South .Frankfort. Apply to as slight advance. Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, Excursion rates on all railroads. Will exhibit at Lexington May 20; Maysvillo 21. No. 835 Broadway. Mar. o n, 13-S- 3FOB S-JC-i- EL 'i , ?;t'l:,i ',"' ' i" .'tV1 (' '.. ''''..''- - ('.- .'.'" v - . '' !'' . y.,- Mmimfm : UI.1 , . rt '' 'I .a t m ' : . .i '. .,i i. Jf.. . A v i. f' y. ? :jiMMmkiM , VV' . .V. , .'...-- : 'i ITJBBaffAVftaBtft v&ill put s.i' ROUHDflBOUT suDPiemeRt ld & v" p FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 15, 1880. Forks of Elkliorn. Onta looking well. Out worms aro doing bottor. $" Mat. Brooks, of Davis Branch, near is said to bo a marvelous brass band imitator. Mat. should toot his horns on ontoring tho Knob. Mr. Joseph Hamilton and wife, of Frank; fort, made a pleasant visit to Mr. F. Bl Dobson and family last Sunday. Call again, brother and sistor. Mr.; Sam. Domuroo, of Laputa, who has just finished his education in various modi-icschools, is at present located at Antioch, iu Washington county. Har-vielanal d, Hattou. Good morning, Mr. Roundabout and cor respondents. News senrce. Health good. Died. April 19th, 1880, H. C. Young. Disease, consumption. Age, 3!) years. He Was leaves a widow and four children. i nmerscd just ono month before his death, at tho Christian Church in Fraknfort, by G. W. Neal,'of tho Biblo College, of Lexington, Ky., who has caro of tho congregation near this place. Ho warned all present to Mr. Young proparo for tho judgmont. leaves a helpless family with a delicato mother for his little orphans, who rejoices in tho hopo that she will meot her husband beyond the tide. May God, in his infinite mercy, bless her, nnd may she so live as to bo tho means of saving her dear children in henvon at last, is tho prayer of this community. Peace to his ashes. HEALTH DEPARTMENT. ft' iV : " ' .. v. IVW-- m Look out for the pot:ito bugs. Mr. Curry is quito ill v l fevr. Prospects for wheat nru liau-inMr. L. E Burdin and wife, of Switzor, wore over Inst Thursday. Miss Ollio Emerson, of Frankfort, is visiting Miss Myrtie Guinu. Mrs. Ryland Bedford is some better, but is still confined to her room. Miss Jennie Howard, of Louisvillo, is visiting Miss Ollio Compton. He who knows nothing knows enough if he knows when to bo silent. Our Legislators receive flvo dollars n day to fish; Who wouldn't fish for such wages? Hon. Jns. W. Tate, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with Col. Ike Wingate, at Woodluko. We candidly beliovo that tlu Colonel, of Woodluko, is really coming ovor to the Mugwumps. Somo of our farmers here nro having troublo with their corn coming up, nnd will have to plant ovor. Mrs. Ollio Scantlin, of Farmdale, was over last Sunday and Monday visiting her sistor, Mrs. J. H. Burdin. Some of our good peoplo around hero g seem to have forgotten about our at the schooMiouso every Sunday, The services at Bro. W. M. Wilkerson's residence, in Scott, last Sunday aftornoon by Bro. Coloman, of Stamping Ground, wore very well nttended. Our young friend, Bon Head, of Switzsr, was out sproading himself last Sunday in his now turnout. Look out, boys. Madam Rumor suys wo aro sure to have another wedding soon. Tho young lady is of our villiage, and tho gentlemun, wo believo, is from Louisvillo. Bro. Nash, of Louisvillo Seminary, will morning preach at Mt. Pleasant at 11 o'clock, and Bro. L. H. Salin at night eorly lamp light. Found After Sunday school, last Sunday, a black veil. Tho owner can have by calling on us, or wo will bring it to Sunday-schonext Sunday. bracelet with a garLogt A net sot frosted loaf on it, botweon Buckrun last Sunday. Church and Murphy's Tho finder will please leave it at this office or with Mr. Alf. Stedmau or tho owner, Miss Anna Thomason, and you will greatly oblige. Undo Zeke, you ought not to bo so hard on our precinct about our jugs, fcc. Wo regret very much that our precinct was guilty of tho charge, but how about Hatton? You loft that out, und by that wo judge that you folks down thero novor indulgo in anything like that on election day, but only when tho baby's sick. Thero will bo a meeting of tho citizens of tho Forks of Elkhorn und vicinity at Stedman'8 Hall this evening, May 15th, 1880, at 7 o'clock sharp, for tho purpose of inal.-iu- g arrangements to organizing a Lodge of John Goddard, Odd Fellows. G. F. Thompson, A. Stedman, g. prayor-meetin- Dr. Robinson is appointed President of our Vigilont Club for tho "supression of vico." Tho Doctor shouli apply chloroform when gentle words fail. Prof. Tracy solicits President Hunter, in another column, to call a meeting of tho Franklin County Teachor's Association to meot at Bald Knob on tho second Saturday in June. Tho Teachers of Franklin and ndjacont counties will meet hero with a reception of hearty "shakes," vocal and instrumental music and plenty of freo substantial food without "napkin rings." A genius here has invented a chnir that can be adjusted in 800 'different,, positions Tho chair is designed for a nmnlMioy while sitting in church. Tho Grand Union Sunday School wns jammed Inst Sunday. Tho interior was densely crowded by ladies and a few gentlemen officers. Many ladies fro.n abroad failed to obtain entrance. Miss Sallio Marshall and brother, of were welcome guests at tho happy home of Judge W. B. Tracy on last S itur-duTheir presence was greeted at the Grand U. on bun 'ny. Miss Sls m Harrell, a young lady of 10 yenrs, without a mother from infancy, does her housework morning and evening for hev father and brothers, then marches to drink inspiration at the Eclectic Business School. Har-vieland, Mr. Fendolph Wright is very low and can livo but a short time. Ho has lost all hope of ovor recovering. Says ho is ready tor tho change. Mrs. Sophia Hambletou is somo bettor. She is still very ill. May she bo spared and restored to perfect health, that she may train up hor little children for heavon, and may she influence her husband to join with her to bring up tho little ones that God has given them in the fear of tho Lord. I would advise him to take a policy in heaven's great insurance office. Mrj. H. G. Mitchell is very ill and can live but a short time. MOBALS BETTER. Farmers aro all hard at work and everybody is sooer. Since tiie election peace and good will prevail. RELIGIOUS. Harp. More rnin. ful. Wheat looks well in this section. Tobacco plants are not over plentiFarmers are about done planting you one question, namely: Is it right for a ctvurch to withdraw tho fellowship from the young' for dancing and retain in its fellowship those who drink, treat and buy votes with mean whisky? Those who live in glass houses stiouldmot throw stones is my conclusion. I have no reference to those who treated and carried jugs for tho election. Men ought to work for their county. Turn out all tho young and giddy, but retain all the old whisky guzzlers. VIHITOllS. My dear nephew, your uncle wants to ask corn. ol gold-plate- d toll-gat- e, Committee. Bald Kuob. Tho Ecloot'c school is a brilliant success. Raw recruits ontor tho ranks daily. Hail tho size of cherries fell on Tuesday morning to the dopth of ono inch. Master Con Peyton killed a snake wearing two well developed nocks and heads. Tho church at Lebanon on last Sunday was full to overilowing. Many returned to their homes for want of room. Tho Walnut Grovo mansion is noaring completion. This will bo another gem in tho coronot of our rising village Jack Eddings, Esq., proprietor of tho Eddings Hotel, Lockport, was a welcome guest iu our village last Tuosday. Miss Alico Wurfield, the nightingale of Sandriflle, led tho choir for a timo on last Sunday at our grand union school. Capt. Henry Hnrroll,, our distinguished follow citizen and zealous school man, makes an oiliciont officer in tho grand U. S. 8. Mr. Mat. Warron, of Shelby, was an honored guest with tho good pooplo of tho Knob tho past week. Mat. desorves good treatmo at. Doo. Lewis, of Antioch, spoaks loud in praise of what ho saw and hoard at tho grand U. S. S. last Sunday. Doo. is author. ity on such matters. t one bearing my name. Preaching at Beach Ridgo last Lord's day by Rev. J. A. Peters, who is a good man. Tobacco seed for sale by Mr. Young, of tho golden set back variety. My kindest regards to tho correspondents of tho Roundabout and muchly to you, Mr. Editor. I'm still opposed to tho Cow Bill. No Ho vetoed love this timo to Gov. Knott. tho local option bill on account of a few Swiss Dutch. Ho would prefer tho shedding of tears by mothers, wives and children than to do anything ngainst'tho Swis If there was no citizens of Kentucky. which caused his face and neck to swell whitky in Frankfort tho convict question, and somo say that it was the cause of Stato taxes and all bills for the welfare of his death, lie also received a blow in tho State would have been settled nnd tho the side which caused him some little members would have been nt homo two trouble. Mr. Mitchell was a clever months ago. The Legislature is regarded gentleman and leaves a host of friends as a public nuisance by the sober thinking and relatives to mourn tho sad be- people of Kentucky. I forgot my dear old friend, A. J. reavement of his death. who is a Republican in polities, nt,tho rnoM anotiiuii conur.sroNDENT. last election took r.n overdose of DemocratA flno rain falling nt tho present time, ic milk poison which utterly prostrated his nervous system. He is still very feeble, but which is bndly needed. slowly recovering. Nenr here, Mny (5th, to Win, Tay Born. A wedding in the near futuro. Mr. E S. lor and wife, a lino daughter. to Miss 11. Y. No' cards. Will any ono be kind enough to send Mr. There is a groat complaint in this community of tho scarcity of tobnero plants. A Bell, of tuo Station, n largo mess of turnip great many fanners have planted their grojtu? A WoNDFarur. Boy. ground in com and others are going to i plant theirs. One of tho freaks of nature. 1'ho subject ofthonoticeisasonofW.il. Miller, who Thero appears to bo somo unknown among tho young cattle in this vicin- resides hoie, Hatton. Shelby, Ivy., whoso ity. Mr. Hugh Burns lost u fine heifer and name is Samuel J. Tilden Miller. Ho was I) Albert Violott a steer. Both appeared to born January 2(th, 1877, being now years old; his weight is ll'J pounds, his height 40 have fallen dead in their tracks whon inches; size of head 20 inches; length of found. legs 12 inches; number of shoo is 8. Ho This community was greatly shocked last is bright and smart, apt to learn, perfectly Monday morning by tho death of ono of healthy. His legs appear to havono joints our most respbctoil citizens, Mr. Honry iu thorn, neither do Ins arms Hocan stand Mitchell. Ho had been in bad health for and with his too pick up a peice of candy a long timo and wont to Dr. Quartos' to or n nioklo from tho floor nnd put it in his work on a horse. Tho horso reared up and mouth. Ho can lock his hands togethfell on him, hurting him iu tho head, back er and throw them over his head and lay and side. Ho enmo homo on Saturday and his hands on his back without unlocking knocked about tho house tho next day nil thorn, or take his toes and put his cap or day and died that night about eleven hat on his head without touching his hands, o'clock. Nono of his family nor himsolf and various tricks too numerous to mention. were oxpecting him to die so soon. Truly If any ono doubts tho truth of this stateiu tho midst of life wo nro in death. Tho ment como to Hatton, whore this wonderful funeral services took place from his lato boy can bo seen at his homo ono mile from residence Tuesday morning, Rev. Peter hore. Kavanaugh officiating, after which tho reWanted. mains were taken to Pleasant Ridgo Chvroh By Zoko Yocum, the photograph of tho for interment, followed by n largo con- editor of tho Rojndaiiout and every correscourse of mourning relatives and friends. pondent of your valuable paper. Pleue Tho deceased had been a consistent mem- send them to Hatton, Shelby county, Ky. ber of tho Methodist Church for twenty Liko favors granted whon wanted. Will years. The bereaved family have tho nlso Bond tho photograph of Mrs. 'Polly heart-fel- t sympathy o" tho whole communi- Yocum, decoased. ty. God rest his soul iu peace. Wanted A small appropriation made to finish tho Post Ollico delivery building at first-clasRod-gers, dis-oas- The VIoletts did not bloom this spring, but the sweet Williams did. -'The hunters report that there are a good many squirrels, but very clifilcult to kill. This community was terribly shocked Monday morning by the death of Undo Henry Mitchell, which occurred Mr. Sunday night at 11 o'clock. Mitchell has been a faithful Cnristian, and belonged to the Methodist Church s 80 years. horse He was a doctor, and while examining a horse he was kicked on the cheek bone Mr. Lewis Lea nnd wife nre spending tho week with their relatives and many friends. T.ioy brought with them a little Lea tlint is u stranger. His name is Lewis Yocum Lea, Lewis tor his pa and Yocum for his undo Zoko. I'm proud of him, for its the first o Justin nt Hudson, Humphries seirs. Large stock of latest style straw hate Hatton, & Cas- - Ky. i t. " From your undo, Zeke Ycoum. . V I . i PK'- -