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Tho ladies of the Ascension Church Guild will give nn entertainment in the yard of the Episcopal Church in a short time. Due notice will he given of the date. FRANKFORT, KY., MAY 22, 188C.V Number 3 f ' )'' Squiro E. S. Bailey, one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of the Bald Knob precincf , died at his home, near Bailey's Mill, on Tuesday night, aged about 84 years. For many years he was a Justice of tho Peace in his After a thorough trial of Tong.il ino, district and hold tho respect and esI add my testimony to its great efficacy as a remedy in Rheumatism and neu- teem of all who knew him. His furalgia, and can heartily recommend it neral took place yesterday afternoon in the above diseases. and the remains were intored with A. H. Moss, M. D., Lake Charles, La. Masonic honors by W. F. Beard Lodge, of which he was an honored member. Confederate graves will bo The next Saturday afternoon, May W. T. U. Notes. 29th. All persons interested will please bring flowers to the Cemetery by four Thnrsdny roxt, May 27th, hns been set apart by tho National Woman's Christian o'clock that afternoon. Tomporanco Union as n day of prayer that dec-.orat- ed C Tho views composed trnvols in tho United States and Europo,theHolyLind,&c. Among them wero ruins of St. Petors and tho Vatican, Colisoum, Arch of Titus. Venice, Milnn Cathedral, Parthenon. London, St. Paul's, Westminister Abbey and bridge, Windsor Castlo, Balmorial Castle. Edin burgh, Carlton Hill. Through France, tho Rhine, Ac, up through Lapland Arctic regions with tho Jennotto crew, then homo by Boston Navy yard, Tanmit Hall, Boston Common, e, but spaco forbids "What need wo further travel" Hero is tho world in small From Asia to Amorica "In tho distance of a hall!" By request tho entortainment will be repeated next Wednesday evening. J. E. R K H'OLURE Would announce to his friends that his SPRING STOCK I mm Tlie First Federal Court at Frankfort. "At a Court of tho United States hold at Frankfort for tho Kentucky District, on Tuesday, tho lGth day of December, 1794, Present, tho Hon. Harry Innes. Ordered, That this Court bo adjourned until Court in cpurse." Makch 17th, 1795. "At a Court of tho United States held for the Kentucky District at the Capitol in tho town of Frankfort on Tuesday, March 17th, in tho year of our Lord 1795, in tho 19th year of our Independence, Present, tho Hon. Harry Innes. On recommendation of Jnmcs G. Hunter, Clerk of this Court, Thomas Turnstall was qualified as his Deputy." ftOflflS IVSAAVVUl JLJi. ats, Boob, Thankful for the SA.' s': ! - ffc m , Is' fe ' 1 unpleasant symptoms of that insidious poison. I began taking S. S. S., and improved at once. My appetite returned and my strength came again. The vertigo left, and from 120 pounds I went up to 100 pounds, my present weight. It cured me perfectly, and through me many others have been benefited and cured by Swift's Specific. J. C. Bixguam, 112 E. 21th St. New York, January 23, 1880. The Swift Specific Co., Drawers, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 V. 23d St. Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. for "God and Home and Nativo Land" throughout all tho world. In obodienco to tho call of our President, Miss Francos E. Willard, Frankfort Union will dovoto ono hour, beginning at 5 o'clock, p. in. and closing nt G. Minis-tor- s of all denominations aro especially invited to at end this mooting, and not only ministers of tho gospel, but all who are in prayer to give The strawberry festival given by the willing blessing ono hour tomporanco to God on tho cause. for his ladies of the Southern Presbyterian Lot tho chapel of tho Christian Church Church on Thursday evening was a de- (whore tho meeting is to bo held) bo filled cided success. Notwithstanding the to overflowing, that the hearts of tho W. C. threatening weather in tho early part T. U. may bo mado glad. a mooting of of tho evening, the attendance was T. Thoro will not boovoning, but tho W. C. U. Wednesday remember arttl tho receipts very satisfactory, tho "hour of prayer" noxt Thursday. May large over $150 being realized. 27th, at 5 o'clock in tho chapol of tho Christian Church. At a nicotine of tho Frankfort Woman.'s About a year and a half ago I had Christian Tomperance Union tho following1 blood poison. I was treated for the resolutions wero auoptau: Entored into rest May 15th, 188G, Miss first three months by a doctor in tho anu instead 01 get- Virginia P. Briggs. After months of pain regular profession, givoth his beloved ting well T grew worse all the time. and sickness "Hehavo kept back thosleep." grim If prayer eruption, the sore mouth and monster could The lovely tho days of throat and thq falling hair progressed would have been long this tho land, woman in right along. A friend advised mo to could not be. Tho decreo had gone but it tnkeS. S. S., and I havo blessed him the pure spirit has returned to God forth, who ever since. By tho time I had used gave it. Miss Briggs, Vice President of tho began to W. C. T. U. from tho First Presbyterian the third bottle the disease disappear, and by the time I had tak- Church, was evor at her post until failing en ten bottles of tho Specific I was per- health compelled hor to resign tho office. fectly well, and have not since that Still she attended the meetings whenever time seen tuiy sign of tho disease. hor strength would permit, but wo shall seo A. W. CnoziEn, hor face no more. Hushed is tho sweet 1.34 Thompson St. voico that joined in tho beautiful hymn New York, February 1, 188(5. "Ble3t be tho tie that binds Our hearts in Christian lovo." Tho oxamplo of hor beautiful life will For many long months I was a suf- ever be an inspiration to ronowod energy fer from malaria and could get no re- in all good works. lief. I eked out an existence in utter WiiEnEAS, Tha.W. C. T. U. has lost a truo despair, having vertigo and numerous friend and a devoted workor; thoroforo be ,Mr. Milton P. Craig, of this county, left yesterday for Colorado to look out a location, as it is his intention to remove to that State in a short time to reside, having sold his farm at Jones' Station to Col. C. E. Ploge. God will direct the workers Is now complete. k ,iy "ft LIBERAL PATRONAGE Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- tinuancc of the same, ASSURING YOU THAT We will always do AS WELL P0R YOU IF NOT BETTER Vitiated Blood. Arnold, Benj. Burnett, Wm. Roborston, Jno. Major, Wm. Green, Jns. Garnott, David Thompson, Thos. Bell, John Blauton, Wm. Trigg, Henry Watkins, Edmund Searcy, John Lee, Turnstall Quarles, John Price, Dennis Hardin and Bennett Pemborton wore impanelled and sworn a grand jury for this district, and having received their ch'arge, retired to considor of their pre- The Fibst Grand Jcby. "Richard Young, foreman; Anthony Crockett, John Roborston, James Arnold, John McCampboll, Stephen Arnold, John THAN YOU CAN DO April 17, 168G. ELSEWHERE. We have -- Malarial Poison. was on May 20th, 1862. n"Court mot. Present Judgo Ballard. Grand Jury was elected and sworn. Tho following appeared and wore elected, viz: Orlando Brown, J. R. Graham, Jas. M. Todd, James Richardson, John Macklin, Caleb Watson, Wm. Fisher, Henri F. J. L. Smedloy, H. G. Banta, J. R. Watson, Boyd Dooloy, Samuel Williams, Wm. M. Todd, Hilary Bedford and Jas. R. Mid-dleto- With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. sentment." Tho last Federal Grand Jury in tho esjust received tablished Court of tho State at Frankfort fl New Spring and Summer ' u '1 'hi n, Page. it Resolved, That to her family wo offer our heartfelt sympathy; and may "God wipo all tears from their eyes;" that a copy of this tribute of, love and respect to our lamonted sister bo sent to the family of tho deceased and to tho city papers for publica- tion. Pea Midge, Warm with refreshing showers. Corn planting about over. Strawberries anxiously looked for. Bro. Graves will preach hero at 11 o'clock. Mrs. A. N. Tracy, of Andorson, is visiting relatives and friends here. The Stephens lano is to bo closed this week. Tho usual reason "can't build two fences" does not exist in this case because both fences aro already there. Thoro are sad changes in tho world. What a pity that public spirited citizens who could oncenfford to open and give tho use of tho rood should bocomo so reduced as to mako tho saving of n fow rails a matter of such vital importance Tho chimney of Mr. Milton Tracy's houso was struck by lightning during tho thunder storm Tuesday night and split nearly to tho ground, plastering scattered in all directions. Our newly elected magistrates propose to open a now road from hero to tho Shelby pike. This is a move in tho right direction and will mako them solid with peoplo hero who aro practically cut off from their voting precinct. Always stand by tho peoplo, gentlemen and our support will bo of more uso to you now and horoaftor than ono or two rich men's influence. Pleaso givo us n road. Bro. Roberts proaohod hero last Sunday to a largo, attentivo and appreciative congregation. Bro. B. is an enthusiast in -school work. After morning Bervico ho spoko words of oncouragemeiit to the S. S. childron, rebuked those parents who through indifforonco neglect to soud thoir children to Sunday school, and applied a merciless castigation to those who attempt to hinder or rotard tho good cause. Thoro sooms to bo no lack of zeal or attendance nt tho regular Wednosday evening concort horo, everyone young and old seem aetuatod with the desiro to mako it as enjoyable as possible Last Wednosday night was momorablo in tho history of the Itidgo, for in addition to tho musioial part of the programuio which was so finely rendered by magnificent voices, a sorios of vory tlno viows wore shown, which wero roooived with raptuous delight. Sunday- Until within tho last eight years no Federal Court was held in Frankfort. It was moved to Louisville during tho war, and has not fully returned to its permanent placo of habitation yet. The District Attornoy and tho Marshal havo inyariably removed prisonors from this Court to tho Louisvillo or Covington Court for trial. In one caso the prisoner was removed from this Court within threo weeks of tho time Court would havo convened here. Tho District Attornoy and Marshal of, today, like thoir predecessors, aro determined that justice shall not be administered from this Court. It it truo that thoir convenience is best suited at Louisvillo and CovOffices aro created for tho public good and not for tho advantage of private individuals or for tho convenience of tho District Attorney and Marshal. What will bo tho greatest curiosity that can visit Frankfort other than Barnum's Collections which Why, a Federal Grand will bo hero Jury for tho Juno term of the Federal Court. Childron havo boon born and voters in Frankfort sinco there was a Grand Jury hero in tho Federal Court. How can citizens "havo n speedy public trial by a jury of the vicinage" (Constitution) when they are constantly romoved elsewhere for trial by order of Attorney and Marshal? Can it bo poss'iblo that tho Attornoy and Marshal never heard of the Constitution of tho United States? A Grand Jury horo would probnbly find something that would bo greatly to tho inHow is tho terest of the Government. countorfoitor that was hold over for trial in tho Juno term to be tried without a Grand Jury? They failed to run him to Covington for trial. What was the occasion of tho failure? Tho right to petition cannot bo denied. Undor such right thoro may bo a man found in Washington that will givo this part of tho country somo attention and his orders will most assuredly be obeyod. Wo want a Grand Jury and will have one if wo havo to petition tho President to order one especially for our benefit, as well as to satisfy our longing curiosity to soo ono at the seat of government of tho "Proud Old Commonwealth of Kentucky." Thoro will bo ho court held horo in Juno for want of monoy, tho appropriation having been exhausted. One of the People. ? bo-co- foreman," "The Court appointed Orlando Brown UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Hendkerciiiefs and Neckwear. Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly: A Hudson. Humphries Gassell Rf A Beer Keg Bid It. ington. n 5fr K- - i '. themiddloofthecar. The conductor of the train saw tho keg when it rolled under tho train and tried hard to gtt it out beforo the car was derailed, and camo near having his arm caught between .the wheel and keg in doing so, butfor'tunatelygotoutof tho way in time. Tho accident happened while most of the cars were yet on tho side track, and tho engineer was signaled in time to stop the train befcro tho wrecked car was pulled of tho switch, and the 8:10 passenger train from Lexington was enabled to pass by on tho main track without any delay being occasioned. One hoop was burst off the keg and tho ends of some of tho staves broken, but otherwise it was not dum- iaged. So As tho morning freight train from Lexington was passing tho depot Thursday morning, an empty beer keg which whs lying on top of a lot of kegs piled on the platform fell off and rolled under an empty box car, about the middle of the train, was caught by the forward trucks of tho car and pushed along to the west end of tho depot, where tho keg struck a piece of timber nailed down by the side of tho track, ended up and tlirow tho car oir tho track, forcing tho truck back nearly to -- OF- ALL COMPETITION NEW SPRING STYLES. We place our Complete in assortment, splendid in quality; overflowing with generous bargains in ; vj s 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. irm THE BRIGHTJtiST,.Newest and Best SPRING STYLES. Lowest prices consistent with Rood quality and honest quantity. Weitzel & O'Donnell. ; CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Gc. MATTEBN, Prop'r, FHANKFORT, KENTUCKY. No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House lift I" vis there is danger in a beer kegjemp-t- y or loaded. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE. WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Arctic and J. E. M. Hour for sale by all grocers. Ask for them if you Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. want tho very best in the market. f raft1," ' r- -i .j."4,.r ,',"., ' "kS .i ",;.:. ,"io' M n ':;,'. V t ''. ' . V ' iiag . 'mMtMM tMRmHKiraHKHUHW A. fclitiiliyia T I f TfcKT IHMMH TUTM IT if I 1 MilliW HI Tit ' TM 'I "HI lmW TltT' IT TT IT'jr .III I Ill I jfcT , m r '" ' - -- .. , - , i j, i n .PfT,11, 1,'1.';'1 'U1MB JWV"T "i"l fiv?i yp'f J a. j; jkj iwrw KS tw WOTf? FJTC jlliU I f WJl '.T ! i." J '?. pnWATr-l- ) 72 4 Atj Wijfc-- t i i,. ' fr v 41 u n ffWPfl -- ',. V)' 'K"tO!"jm .n iri - M M ' B vc vm : v,vi ,V FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Entered at the at Eranklort, Kentucky as second class maiiame maiicr. lcc E&itir GEORGE A. LEWIS, canca. Fta-teUslie- FRANKFORT, MAY 22, 188G. vicln-ityJSundny There was a slight frost ill this night. " While playing in the yard of a neighbor in Belle Point on Friday of last week, little Frenchy, daughter of Judge W. L. Pence, aged about eighteen months, fell against a dog with $ ' which she had been playing, when the ' brute snapped at her, cutting an ugly gash behind her left ear. Medical assistance was at once procured and the wound dressed, but the little one has rJN suffered a great deal from it since, Br" though.it is not thought that she was poisoned by the bite. The dog was s v immediately killed. Newman, in this A child of Mrs. ier city, was also bitten last week, but how seriously we did not learn. The town is full of a lot of worthless curs ,' ' which should be either muzzled or killed before the hot weather comes on, or else a death or two from hydrophobia will be the result. A slight Are occurred at the atferi wether Hotel Thursday morning,' which was extinguished by Chief of the Fire Department, A. II. McClure, and Officer Chas. Noonan without calling out the Department. The carpet in the parlor and the lace curtains at the windows were destroyed, but no further damage was done. It is supposed to have originated from a match dropped by some one. The Woman's Exchange of the Methodist Church, in addition to their regular sale, will set a lunch for the accommodation of circus goers and others, at the Singer Sewing Machine office, corner Main and Ann streets, opposite the Capital Hotel. There will be the best of sandwiches, cakes, pies, ices, lemonade, etc.. etc., A PICNIC FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!! AT- LOW WATER MARK1 Buyers of clothing will again be interested in our good fortune in securing (in addition to The Bankrupt Stock of A. Jacob's & Co., of Denver, Colorado, and Goodkind, & Co.'s stock, slightly damaged by smoke) THE ENTIRE STOCK OF JEUNE & DOLL, OF LOUISVILLE, Which we are closing out at Fech-heime- r, EX lib 11? v ill 41 J V ft rass o MP M'- z'vrz. JK The recent Legislature passed a bill establishing a State Normal School for colored students in this State, and in the bill it is provided that the school shall be located where the best offer of donations is made. Several of the colored citizens of Frankfort met in the Methodist Church last Thursday and formed a committee to solicit subscriptions to the institution. The committee consists of Rev. Henry Samuels, W. H. Mayo, Lee T. Clark, Rev. R. IT. C. Mitchell, Rev. W. H. Crowders and Jesse Hocker. Should this school be located in the city of Frankfort it will be a great advantage to her citizens, both white and colored, as it will afford a higher education to the colored youth of this city, who pass through the Public City School, and will also add to the business of our merchants. u For her the holy will of Uwl. soothed many the sore end trial in her short, but beautiful life, and at which Every citizen should be interested and Personal. Illuminated the dark valley of Death, udown rest. Stoves, Grates & Mantels. do his best to get the school located and sweetly to ner eternal Mr. Thomas Tanner left Tuesday for she glided bo gentlyher bereaved family have sustainThe members of here. The citizens of Lexington are a visit to his brother in Cincinnati. only they can understand. Her tender and ed a loss 'Call nnd oxnmine tho alfectlonate devotion to father, mother, brothers and doing their best to have the school loand Inestimable Mr. Geo. W. Johnston, of Abilene sisters are evidences of hernoble the pleasuresand cated there, and Frankfort should go Texas, is visiting Jus parents in tins dualities. of Ever was shemlndfuof SOUTHERN QUEEN others nnd totally Indifferent to her own. borrows to the front. city. All loved her, for naught but what was kind, good and chailtable could exist In the heart .of Mumlo Wrought Steel Range, ornament, Miss Bettie Bradley left Tuesdav 11..1.. iini.f,nniifh!i inst its brightestsympathetic and her acquaintances a noble and Bart-let- t, morning for a visit to Franklin, Indi The new Library Lamps, now Gas Fixtures, Mr. Robert Elliott and Miss friend the famous But Mamie, thou nrt not dead for thou will ever a young couple on matrimony ana. those whom thou hast left the in the hearts ofgoal which thou hast already still Mr. Carlton rGray, of Louisville, struggling for that bent, eloped from Tyrone, Anderson WHITE county, and came to this city on their suent Sunday in this city visiting relaThe funeral took place from the Catholic Church. High Mass, Hev. tives. In this city, and alter the requlrem way to Jeffersonville, Monday mornYoung. In eloquent und affecting language, And to many other useful articles too nu- Mr. F. T. Brooks, of Boston, Mass., Father beautiful tribute to the exulted virtues of the paid Unfortunately for them their is visiting Mr. Craik Jackson in this Jounga deceased. Her remains were followed to the ing. merous to mention, all at the grave by a large concourse of people, old and young. flight was discovered soon after they city. and respect entertained Uius evincing the esteem LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. for tholocly character of the lamented dead, who left, and this city being connected with Mrs. Kate Patton is at home from was oung. The warm and generous heart brain and busy lingers Tyrone by telephone, a message from Washington City-foa visit to her has ceiuetf to beat, the active thought have lied toare numb In death, life and e bride's father notified the mother and sister. the would-bOf all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, gether, and our Mumlo has entered Into the Joy of gas fitting and plumbing. police of their coming and directed Nothing here Mr. L. IT. Blanton, of Indianapolis, Earth mny not c!a!m thee. a meet rewiud; Could be lor thee Give me a call, them to take her in charge until he who has been visiting relatives here, Thine Is it treasure far more dear, could reach here. When the young returned home Monday. Eye hath not seen It, nor the ear T. a?. If living mortal heard folks drove into town about noon they Mrs. L. A. Kenningham, of Paris, is The jo) s prepalred, the promised bliss above, holy presence of Eternal Love. The found Officers Noonan and Brown visiting the family of her brother. Mr. A Friend. Bequlescal In pace. waiting for them at the corner of Sec- L. A. Thomas, in this city. EnsignJJTugh Rodman, U. S. N., ond and Bridge streets, who took them n charge and seated them in the wait- who is now stationed at Washington, is visiting his mother and sisters in this BOARDERS WANTED ing room at Williams' stable. In about city. twenty minutes the young lady's Mrs. II. A. Guihrieand son, of LexBOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S brother put In an appearance, in his ington, spent several days with her T boarding house, No. 422 North St. Clair St. or week. All desiring !,hirt sleeves, riding a horse with a aunt, Mrs. Lou. Cannon, in this city Board by the day to itat, bum .in una n showing that he had left this week. blind bridle, DEALER IN his plow in the field, saddled the horse Mr. Clarence Egbert and wife and left Wednesday he was worklug and started after the Miss Annie Macklin fugitives as soon as he heard of their for Cincinnati to attend the May MusicFARMING HARDWARE, flight. He was very much excited and al Festival. AND CEILING Mr. Hugh R. Ayres, of the Geologibrother-in-lasaluted his would-b- e Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. cal Survey, left Wednesday afternoon 1 do you for Eastern Kentucky to make a topo with "Bob, what in the h mean," at the same time attempting graphical survey of that region. All Kinds of Feed. to draw something from his pocket, Dr. Hugh L. Tobin left Wednesday Onr Implements are tho best on the market and of tho ALSO supposed to be a pistol, when ho was afternoon for Anadarka, Indian Terrilatest improvements. Onr seeds arc all fresh and Homo nabbed by Officer Noonan and told lie tory, where he will close up his busi grown. An examination of our stock will convince you that wo keep the best Imple must keep quiet or he himself would ness and remove to Durango, Colorado, to reside. BY mont and seed store in Central Ky. NEATLY EXECUTED He cooled down soon be in limbo. Feb. My Mr. Peter A Fuhs, the well known suggestion of the somewhat, and at the grocer on Washington street, will leave X.. -. officers the young couple got into their for Haysvillo, Indiana, Muy22-lTZ7- Xj- - v7"-A-3ra- ?s, C. buggy and turned their faces home- where ho will be married to Miss Mary ward, and with the irate brother Listner on next Tuesday. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. R. C. STEELE. General Insurance Agent, bringing up the rear on his tired horse, REMOVED HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH BORN. Planing Mills of the procession drove 'out 'of town. Frankfort to REAL ESTATE AGENT, Wakefield and "West,the Saw heand prepared to do any Office on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. is where the edge of the city they met In this city, on a Thursday, May 20th, to Mr. W. T. About REPRESENTING FRANKFORT, KY work Those who contemplate building, either In Balluw and wife, son. the city or country, are requested to give him a call. the young lady's father and the Mar-shATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN Orders for Job Work will be received by telephone IS Leading American and Foreign Compaoiea, MiVTtllligU. Franklin or adjacent counties. of Tyrone, who also fell in behind No. 4P,and will receive prompt attention. . WITH OVER April and at last accounts the At the Catholic Chureh In this clt on Wednes- the buggy, fc young, Mr. 9100,000,000.00 AS0ET8. young lovers were so well guarded day, MaylUth, lbso, uy itev. PUBLIC SALE. Miss Molmk Welch Sale, no danger of their get- John Dhi&coll and that there was TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM T OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF GROCERIES, at lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line ol I tin ware, cnina ware, etc, ueiow cusi uimi sumalthough the young lady DIED, Prepaid Ticket sold from anrpo Int In ting away, day, May 81st., at which time all or myibwck not a s. Great Britain or Ireland. AprlT-l- y juuiium win said before she left that the next time At the residence of Col. Chas. E. Hoge In this city, nosed oriAtirA IR) onereuuionruuwuday. and continue FRONTING 80 FEET ON BUILDING LOT nt. in n. m. that escape and choose on Friday, May 14. 188C, Miss Vihoinia P. Bniooe, to iinv to day until the entire stock Is closed out. A Broadwuy and running back 126 feet, is offered she would plan the fmm JoK Work neatly exe- Apply to alter u lingering Illness with cancer. publlo sale, as I wish for sale. I also offer my R. M, ALDRIDGE, the route herself, and it would be a Iu this city, on Tuesday, May 16th, Mr. John .gng arm-i- nreal estate at cuted at this office. April ANDBEW 8ALENDEB. Owkns, after a lingering Illness. sure success. Henry Brown, .Mrs. J. W. McEwan; These three purchases are the best we have made during our 16 years' experience in the Clothing trade, and we positively intend to give our customers and the trade the benefit of them. Miases Mary Gayle, Lotie and Dorsle We guarantee the goods, and stand ready to refund the money if not satisfactory, Stanton, Clara and Sallie Green and Mary McEwan. See a few of the prices : or exchange, as you like. The Teachers Meeting held in Frank12 years Children's Knee Pants, 25 Cents. fort last February is having an abund- 100 - 55 Cents. Boys' Long Pants, Blue Camlets, ant crop of fruit. It started a revolu 200 Men's Pants, Blue Camlets, 65 Cents. tion in favor of a better school system 51.00 Boys' Long Pants, All Wool, that will revolutionize the entire State. 50 It produced a great educational convenAll wool, Men's tion which will be held on the same $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 88.00 Men's Suits, Ail Wool, and an- plan In Bowling Green Suits, $1.50 50 other which will be held in Catlotts burs: next Saturday, and still another to be held at Tompkinsville, besides a dozen or more others to be held soon in different parts of the State Col. John L. Scott, who presided over the DHLA-L- I. Frankfort meeting, Prof. Pickett, T. B. FRANKFORT, Ford, Col. Allen and a number of other OPP. CITY HA.L1L.. friends of better schools about Frankfort have been invited to take part in IN MKMOBIAM. a number of these meetings. The Again hns the Angel of Death culled a fair and oln the foul breath Frankfort meeting was a model one beautiful llower. ere purity, and, on ofgoldenhud tarwings, nished its virginal birth. and has never been surpassed in Ken- wafted It to the feet of Him who gave it Mamie, the Oth of May, On Has just reoived his largo tucky. Let the good revolution go third the eveningof of the nnd Hannah Haly, calmly John daughter forth her soul Into the right along on the line on which it was and peacefully breathed her childhood she had hands of (lod. From been an Invalid, but In a spirit of faith, she regardstarted. ed her many ullltctlons as proofs of Devlne Love. OFto-da- y, and the prices will be very reasonable. Go there for lunch and assist a most commendable cause. The following ladies will furnish the Exchange today: Mrs. Charles Green, Mrs. M. T. Runyan, Mrs. Ruth Flynn, Mrs. II. T. Stanton, Mrs. William McEwan, Mrs. The Lowest Prices on Record NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. Pairs Pairs 200 Pairs Pairs 300 Pairs 200 Children's 4 to fants, $1.25toS3.00 and SHOES and HATS in NEW STYLES AND SHAPES. CRUTCHER & TamXTOB STARKS, IY. J. T. BUCKLEY -- SPRING STOCK m$ UN 1DB, ii r JOB WORK BTJCKLET. FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS 4 ,'M CHIST-CLAS- S gg",,,, llrst-clas- s HA8TIN BRO.'S, IMPLEMENTS, WALL w Decorations BAJSTTA.. Stencil Work, l t! E. 7. M a l IMS' HTJGHES, al Muy22-8m- i. - Lot For ,.J i 10-2- ', . , v . M , " SK '&M,mm2&d1k:iimM M .: ' A H'hSS ddmMMmMMm ', , i ' - W- Emu -- a." r J ROUNDABOUT, Cornico Poles 30 cents each at B. The next regular meeting of the Rogers. Franklin County Teachers' Association will be held on Saturday tho 12th Mr. A. C. Henry has purchased tho of June, at Bald Knob, at which- time Interest of Col. D. A. Peters in thp we hone every teacher and friend of meat store on, Broadway, located In a tho cause will be present. Especially portion of tho old Market House, and do we call on the trustees to attend, as part of the exercises will be for their is now selling the choicest cuts at the benefit. We will endeavor to make lowest rates. Alec has not yet reduced it Interesting to all who may attend. the art of wefrrhintr his hand to a Come and let us haves a good old fashKentucky science but is as quick on trigger to ioned everybody time. and bring his come Let tell you whether a steak weighs a wife, but don't forget the children. cents as if he Bring them along. It is for their benquarter or thirty-fiv- e T. Huntkk, were a born butcher, and wants all his efit. Prcs.F. C.T.A. friends who have wealth to call and see him. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has such concentrated curative power that it is by ANNOUNCEMENT. far the best, cheapest and surest blood The now Opera, Lena, will be pro- purifier known. i duced at the Opera House in this city Foil Sale. Fifteen acres of clover, on Frieay, May 28th. It will be the standing. Apply to W. L. Crutcher. first original drama ever presented to 2t. the people of Frankfort, and will be Baldness may be avoided by the use well worth seeing and hearing. The of Hall's Hair Renewer, which premiisic, the play, the performers, the vents tho falling out of the hair, and chorus and tho orchestra are all excel stimulates it to renewed growth and lent, and no one should miss it. Some luxuriance. It restores faded or gray of the scenes are unusually startling hair to its original dark color, and disease of the scalp. and the songs are exceedingly beauti- cures nearly every mm ful. Everybody should attend. Seed corn. Hungarian and Southern m m;. m FRANKFORT Louisville steam bread and rolls at Kleber's. 8t.i frame dwelling of six rooms, located on High street, opposite tho Governor's Mansion, Apply to Mrs. Margaret Griffin, next door. 3t. two-stor- FRANKFORT, MAY 22, 1880. R. ROGERS, -- Fon kent A y DEALER IN- - 'Mr. .John T. Buckley 1ms added n handsomo line of funny chluavaro to his stock of stoves, tinWnre nnd house furnishing goods. FURNITURE COFFINS, AO. Hon Join The Capitol Brewing Company are bearing away the old brick residenco in front of the Brewery and will replace it with a handsome new building. market go to Mastin, Bros. Jim O'Donnell. For the boat Lawn Mowers in the If you want fresh fish cleaned call on 4,,The hail storm of Thursday night Wpek did win- great damage to tho dows of the First Presbyterian Church. Borne twenty or thirty panes on the west side of the house were broken. The Legislature adjourned Tuesday evening at 0 o'clock, after having been in session 140 days, the longest session on record. It Is safe to say that tho amount of good that body accomplished was hardly in proportion to the length of time it was in session. 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. Howakd Bros. Dick Ferguson now has a full line of Virginia and sweet tobacco, also cigars in his wholesale department. A call on him will convince you that ho can save you money, being a distributing point. d Window to Macklin. A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, All the May FRANKFORT, KY. latest ctjlo furniture constantly In stock. w. C. L. F. COMl'TOX. COMPTON & MACKLIN, -- - l'KOI'METOnS- Sail ' ' i-- m ms HP". Kte '. S$& Baby buggies from $3.00 up at R. Rogers. Judge George C Drano is announced Programme in another column as a candidate for Common Pleas Judge in this district. Of The Franklin Co. Teachers' AssoIf elected lie will bring to the bench ciation, on the 2d Saturday, the 12th, ah1 experience of eight years as Circuit of June, 1880, at Bald Knob. Judge, and will discharge the duties of 1st. Devotional exercises. Music. 2d. Address. Col. John L'. Scott. the office faithfully and impartially. 3d. Benefits of common schools. T. Dr. Win. B. Rodman left yesterday B. Ford. Music. Recess. for Cincinnati to place himself under 4th. The duties and responsibilities the treatment of Dr. Dawson, of that of Trustees. T. Hunter. city, and it is the earnest wish of his 5th. Essay, Teachers' Department. host of friends in this city that ho may Miss Maggie Downey. Music. return ere long restored to health, and Gth. The Essentials of a Good Teabe enabled to resume tho practice of cher. Miss Lulu Wiard. his profession. 7th. Relations of Parrents and Tea. t " As announced last week, the ladies chers. H. Tracey. 8th. Educatioual Journals. Mrs. of the First Presbyterian Church will on Walter Franklin. Miscellaneous busi a supper at tho Court-nous- e give Tuesday evening,, May 25th, for tho ness. T. Hunter, Pt'ca. F. C. T. A, benefit of their Church. The price of Capt. B. W. Jenkins, of Louisville, admission will be ton cents, and a meat Sergeant-at-Arm-s of the Senate, and supper furnished for 50 cents; strawhis son were seated at the dinner table berries and ices 25 cents. If you enjoy a splendid supper this will be a of the Meriwether Hotel Monday, sprung up bechance to get one and at the same time when an altercation tween them and Jenkins raised a glass contribute to a good cause. of milk to throw at his son, when the McCloy, Civil Engi- young man jerked out a pistol and Mr. William neer, accompanied by J. Monty Tharp, fired across the. table at his father; but W. Walker Stephens, Sherwood Major, the ball went wide of the mark and 'and James Rodman, assistants, left just barely missed a young woman en this city Monday morning for Louis- gaged in waiting upon the table. He ville, where they expected to find then jumped up, ran out and succeeded orders to go to Alabama to survey the in eluding arrest for several hours, route for a new railroad in that State. but warrants were finally served upon They took along three colored men as father and son, and tho trial came up cooks and.u lot of camp equipage and before Judge Thomson Wednesday afternoon, when both parties confessed expect to be absent all summer. judgment, and the young man's fine The closing exercises of tho Midway was fixed at $10 and the father's at $1, Orphan College takes place at Midway both amounts being paid by the latter. next Thursday, May 27th, at 10 o'clock. Whisky supposed to have been the Quite a number of people from Frank- cause of the family row. m fort will attend. Col. John L. Scott delivers the address to the class of The following is the report prepared graduates. About 15 or 20 young ladies by the Judiciary Committee of the Will graduate this year and go out as Senate upon the bill introduced by teachers. This school is an institution Senator M. C. Alford, and referred to that has been founded and sustained them, providing for the removal of in a great measure by the liberality the Capitol to Lexington when the peo and generous bequests of the late Mrs. ple of that city and Fayette county should raise $500,000 by taxation to Emily H. Tubman. .. help pay for the erection of buildings, The following officers were elected &c. As the honorable Senator from by Capital Lodge No. 269, 1. O. G. T., Lexington never called for a report on Thursday evening, May 13, for the upon the bill it was never presented by ensuing three months: the Committee. Thomas J. Harris, W. C. T. Tho Committee on the Juilioiary, to H. G. Mattern, P. W. C. T, whom was referred Senato Bill, entitled "An Act providing for tho romovnl of tho Mrs, Mary Hyde. W, V.-,Sent of Goyornmont of this Commonwealth W. C. Re,v. W. H; Hampton,, from the city of Frankfort to to tho city of ' Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt TltAVE THE FULL Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all German millet at Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Mastin Bros. Piles, or no pay required. It is guarAND SIANUFACnJliK- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Six of the best grades of the best Flour Straw hats of all varieties cheap at money refunded. Price 20 cents per made in the world, box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. C. R. Gresham's, South Side. m Cuts, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for ELKHORtf ROLLER MILLS, Roller System, Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn in bed, or rriise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in iiesh thirty-sipounds. Trial bottles of this Great Discovery for Consumption free x CANDIDATES. Itol Square Office anil wareroom on Broadway, opposite ISf Mr. Cap-Jan- .2 FOB COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEORGE KINDS AND VARIETIES OF TOMATO, C. DRANE. of Franklin county, as a candidate for Cabbage, Pepper and Sweet Potato plants conJudge of the Common Pleas Court, tn tho Disstantly on hand and for sale. Call at my farm on trict, composed of the counties of Franklin. Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford. Pri- tho Luwrenceburg pike, or telephone Satfell's residence. C. V. SAFFELL. mary election Saturday, June 5th. Apr. PLANTS FOR SALE. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL a n Republican candldato for Jailer of Franklin county. We are authorized to announces. N. DAVID SON as an Independent Candidate forjniler of Franklin county, agaitm the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as a candidate for City Marshal ut the August election, 18C. -- SAVED BY GOING TO SEE- - dffel iv' Att. IV U TsMfe V sasT Mfa at Jos. LeCompte. 2 The verdict of everybody: "Howard Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are the finest drinks in town." at Jim O'Donnell's Fresh fish cleaned and ready for use "We have opened our ice cream parlor, and as it is the coziest and nicest place in town. And our cream and sherbet is the best you can find any place. You will find it to your advantage to visit us before going elsewhere. THAT THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED admlnls- I I have bought from Mrs Addle Garrett, tratrtx of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the MO'TIGE!! BUSINESS, one-ha- lf Furniture and'JJndertaking And have sold Howakd Bnos. Go to Jim O'Donnell for fresh fish. He delivers them cleaned and ready for use. ice cream and Lovers of first-clasherbet will find what they want at Howard Bro's. ss Interest In my business to W. S. DEHONEY, And hereafter tho style of the Arm will be Try the Arctic flour. Insure your property against fire in Chas. F. Exum's agency, office Main street, opposite Engine House. 3t. STATEN May 8-- tf & DEHONEY, JAS. T. STATEN. ,SMMUmmifttilJiM0mUimkU9MmmmUmiKt And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesides & staten, No. iilo St. Clair street. V. Jan. BERBERICH! 23-G- Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone effec-tio- n FOR MtyS-lm- . Chas. McEnnis, W. E. S. Ji WReading, V S. MarshaJNichol. W. T. Vtfillis li. Wayts, W. M. Thomas Hunter, W. I. G. - ,, Sanford Goin, Worthy Sentlnol. Attention, Sir Knights! Sir Knight Jas. A. Murray, Eminent Commander; Sir Knight V.' A. Kal-- i tenbrun, Generalissimo; andSir Knight. Henry Wilson, Captain General, will, 'entertain the members of Frankfort uoramanuery, jno. 4, ii. t., at ai banquet to bo given at Buhr's Hotel, on Thursday evening next, May 27th. The Sir Knlglts are requested to report at the Asylum, in full flress uniform, .at eight o'clock p. m., to marcl; in a body to the, Hotel. ,All,Knjghts Tem-la- r in tho city, whether inembers, of Frankfort Coinmpnclery or not,, either resident pr yislfprs, are courteously invited to bo present and partake of the hospitality of these newly elected officers. t has the power to authorize tho county of Fnyetto to subsoribo and pay, by taxation $500,000, for tho ereotion of Stato buildings at the city of Lexington; but wo are of tho opinion that it is inexpedient at this timo to romove tho Seat of Government. L. M. Mabtin, Chairman, Lexington," beg leavo committeo is of the opinion that the of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common uuuiiuiuu. uimu, uiueu-in- g and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy,which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying tie intenso itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko cents. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by to report, that said Hughes & Chiles. Legis-lnturo BUILDING LOTS. Located on Holmes street near Mr. John Apply to Crum-baugh'a. Six Bealtiful E. HENSLEY. ALE ! DR. J. S. COLLINS, DENTIST, pvFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' leein exiracieu wunoui pain by the use of Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.aMf 3 B w R0DGERS & ALLEN, DEALERS IN y mt jS ''iH tf531 vZsStli i. 10-t- f. qjo. f. LODGE. NO.C, MEETS EVERY MON-danight. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. UEO. W. REOCK, N. G. J. R. W1LLIA3I3, Sec. April GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WARFIELD SEEDS, &c. E, ,l 235 BROADWAY STREET. FAMI-ll- y JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASat the above place, where we will keep constantly on hand a full stock of poods !n our line, we respecuuny soucii a liberal share, of tha public patronage. S IVEF0FF! BEAUTIFUL BAY STALLION WILL the season of 188G at my stable two miles on tho L. fc N. Railroad, at west of Frankfort, grocery I TUIS Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, $10 TO INSURE A MAEE IN P0AL. will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main Money due as soon as fact Is ascertained or th parteu witn. f!4-t- f. nDanDiTyrrAU kmt Di?ni.ni?o street. .. f 1u A neglected cold or cough may lead to I'ncumoula.Cnnsuinptlon or other fatal dhease. Strong's Pectoral Plllo will euro a Host thing for dyspepsla.ln . cold an by digestion, skkhcudacho aa thousands testify, Sanger ! nmt-'lcSal-yor- Mar. 13m. Rodgers & Allen. Notice to Tax-boo- Tax-Payer- s. lit If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No. 223 Main street, oppoLost. On Saturday, May 1st, a fl4-t- f. small box of Diamond Dyes, contain site Dr. Duvall's residence. ing one gross. Tho finder will please Hard Times. return to this ofllco and receive reward. While monoy is close, wages and 2t. rices low, expenses "Muld be cut m S Lost On Tuesday May 3d, five own in every household. Economy for mothers, head off German books between South Frank- the watch word always keeping in tho doctor bills, by Feeble-minde- d fort and the Institute. house, a bottloof Dr. BosanWs Cough The finder will please leave at this and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures office. Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. tho remedy for. hard or sorts' with headache, If 'out torpid liver, pain in back or stomach times. It is just cents and $1 .00. Samdisorder, side, conPrice 50 stipation, etc .neglect may be fatal. One dose ples free, Sold by Hughes and Chiles. of atrond's Sanative Fills will give relief, A. gad vigor. uew doses few Desk room for ront, enquire at F. C. Hughes' Insurance Office, opposlto Farmers Bank. It. Krti.,inv nVl1 tlft.u.n hmiilu Mita.i ttnliua .1i.l. bar. with black points, and has lino style nnd action und shows very fast gait with a few days' handling. Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old Joe Hooker, the sire of Maud Macey record 12:1C. 1st dam old Haul, she by Alexander's Mambrino Chief; 2d dam Gray Eagle, Ac., & c. ; old Haul the dam of Mary ; she the dam of Carlisle, which sold for 2,000 by John II. Howen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepier for S0.O0O. RESOLVED. THATk THE InCLERK IS DIRECTED, the hands of tho City Treasurer on Tuesday, the 18th Inst., to remain la his hands until Saturday, the 'Jlst of August, and all persons who pay their taxesMii or before Thursday, July 1st, shall bo allowed a rebate of 3 per cent, and the Clerk Is directed to draw ids warrant on the Treasurer In favor of such persons for rebate. Attest: F. V. GRAY, Muy8-3t- Mar W. L. COLLINS. . City Clerk. 27-2- NOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS. -- All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast, need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. restore to health sals for the erection of n building for School Durnoses. The nlans and sneeltlenttons win t rm exhibition at the olllce of the City Clerk on and after Tuesday, the 11th Inst. And bids may bo left with that olticer up to the evening of the ad tnst. As soon thereafter us a careful examination of samo may be had tho award will be made to the acceptable bidder. The city will pay cash on estimates every other week, reserving 20 ter cent, on each estimate until the completion of tho building in accordance with tho terms of tho contract. A bond with satisfactory security will be required of tho contractor, and each bid must stato the security offered, und be accompanied by the surety's obligation to qualify. Council reserves tho right to icjcvi uii; ur an uiu.i. By order of the Council. Attest : F. V. GRAY. Muy8, 18SS-3t. pnE CITY OF FRANKFORT INVITES PROPO- - m City Clerk. M Wi'- - aMi'inriirtiBaifesawaalBaaasaiaMaiawaaaaa - 2H lift FRANKFORT , ROUNDABOUT, Bald Knob. fr fc. ;.-- iff. B vv 7--' Bti Dr. Robinson, tho scientist, is employed by Prof. Trnoy to inspect tho health of his pupils. Mr. Doc. Arnold nnd hisoxcellent lndy, of Frankfort, received nn ovation nt tho grand union Sunday-schooMr. Curlio M. Snnford, our linndsomo young townsman, will produco tho most nccurato assessment books to bo found in tho State. News reaches hero that Trimble is jumping out of her boots becauso of her principal support, tho Briar, being ladon with blo8oniH. Miss Jrsio Bell, tho charming bello of Hatton, has won for herself rich laurels of famo by her winning conduct in tho social circles of society. Juno Jith will bo "Flower Mission Day.' Persons having ilowers will pleaso keep tho day in mind, as tho committee will call for a floral contribution. Mr. Reuben Elli, tho former assessor of Shelby and one of tho purest that Shelby has ever had. honored tho Grand Union last Sunday by his courteous presence. Miss Maggio Downey, of Frankfort, tho quean star of tho Teachers' Association, made n pilgrimago to Tracy's clectic school accompanied by her modest mother and brother. Mr. Silas T. Reckley, tho genial newspaper man, of northern Sholby, passed through hero enrouto to your city to subscribe for tho people's fovorito paper, tho Roundabout. Mr. Eli McDaniel, our distinguished Republican candidato for jailer, will havo an opportunity to "spread himself before hi? esteemed competitor at our approaching grand picnic. increases by Tho Onion Sunday-schoo- l hundreds. On last Sunday tho interior of tho building was densely packed with ladie.i, whilo vast crowds of men and boys wero compelled to stand outside. Bald Knob begins to arouso from that lethargy in which sho has slept for years. Houses are being swiftly erected. In n word tho people are beginning to open their eyes and look around them. Capt. Noel Leo has just roturned from a pleasant week's visit to lite many friends at Hatton. "With gun in hand ho has scoured tho bonnio braes of Benson to shoot down that plaguoy Undo Zoko Yocum but failed to find him. A trustco roports that "five well dressed young gentlemen applied for a hitch on tho Knob school after its present session. Last year when sickness abounded from filth not ono of these young gents would touch it with a ten foot pole." A hard joke is told on the merry boys of Bridgeport. When tho late raco for jailor was run at n milo a minute the funny trick stora harnessed old aunt Hannah into a suit of malo clothes and drovo hor straight up to tho polls. Tho innocent judge on lnnkinc into a well developed board which she wore, and still wears, allowed tho old negro to havo her vote. Rover and I wore loving friends ten years ago. Twenty miles had separated us. A t this writing a large and beautiful Newfoundland springs upon mo with astonishing swiftaps. Ho kisses my face and hands and cries aloud like a child. Tears of joy aro visible in his almost human eyes. Ho is no strange mad dog nb I at first supsame affectionate creaposed but the ture of formor days. l. has so far recovered from hor four months' illness as to bo ablo to bo out again. Tho scribo uoreof and family tako this method of loturning sincere thnulco for tho many tokens of kindness rendered by friends during tho long illness of his wife. Dr. Chinn'fl indefatigable energy desorves special mention. May heaven's richest blessing rest on all. Billio Roberts' house was considerably damaged by tho storm of last wcok. Poverty, to the masses, is n blessing in disguise, as only tho few can handle riches advantageously. Mr. J. W. Sanders, whilo working in his garden last week, found a Spanish dollar just one hundred years old. Mr. John S. Roberts, of Shelby county, paid a visit to friends in this section during tho present wcok. Mr. Arthur Rump and wife, of England, after a sojourn of n year or moro in this country, sailed from Now York for their homo about the Kith of April. Mr. F. M. Scofield made n business trip to Louis illo last Thursday. Mr. C. W. Taylor has tho boss field of corn. Miss Mattio Crockett, of Louisvillo, is . visiting in this vicinity. Tho firo Wednesday night proved to bo n brush burning. Charlie Taylor, however, was confident that ho could see tho windows and roof fall in. floral. Sight not always to bo trusted. he wished to luivo associations in caeli school district. Prof. Trnoy, in reply, suggested that they could have the next meeting of tho Association nt so nronara- Jald Knob .school-houstions are being made to entertain tho Teachers and friends. Notice as to where the meeting will be hold will bo given in tho Kouxdaiiout in duo e, tA fi Offon ftsked, btit o!dom answered MtlsfiKtorilyi " Is there a remody known to the medlcM profession that will allay tho sufferlaijs peculiar to womoa who are subject to ifysmrnorrAmand Its attendant discomforts?" time. J. S. A. SrVXCS TrX IsrelleHoIyou Forks of Elkliorn. Mr. Martin Curry is still very low. Mrs. Ryland Bedford is no bettor this week. Mrs. Murphy, ot tho tollgato, is quite sick. Col. Iko AVingato visited Louisville this week. Thanks to Mr. Bud. Crutchor for tho nice " I havo derived particularly gratifying results from the use of Tongallno In cases of Dysmenorrhea, la the caso of a lady of rhonmatlo condition, and a chronlo sufferer from this disease, who had boen driven almost to tho vcrgo of Insanity by her monthly sufferings, Its action has boen most satisfactory. It rolloved Aor promptly, nnd sho now passes tho once dreaded periods with but llttlo discomfort. I could mention other instinccs of a similar character, but this Is a remarkable case." T. F. FRAZEK, M. D. hat beenfound fri Head what an eminent physician hag to Bay upon the suttjectt It $ WwCWt Av0" I SftWSKlfc A. A. MELLIER. Sole Pntfrtw&1&'fl&SSg!, pickles. Mr. WJ Jett's Station. Mrs. Levi Crutchpr is dangerously Her ill nt her home in this vicinity. 'Don't you forgot to renew your subscription to tho Roundabout. Mrs. Mattio Crum is hero visiting hor mother, Mrs. G. C. Hughes. Another war lias been declared at Wood-lakCart t give pattfctilats. Miss Bottio Jones, near Woodlako, visited friends hero last Wednesday . Tho Providence Aid Society met with Mrs. Sarah Feathorston last Wednesday. Mr. Wm. H. McDaniel, of Bald Knob, was over last Sunday week, visiting relatives. BIoomiKfjton. Rov. C. T. Ford will preach hero on tho i f th Sunday in this month, at 11 o'clock n. News scarce. m. Corn planting about over. Teachers and Officers i.'ho Sunday-schooMr Albert Johnson, of Louisville, is of tho Forks Mission School met with Bro. visiting his parents near this place. T. T.Cannon, tho Assistant Superintendent, Mrs. Kittio Luckett is visiting her last Thursday week, and organized a Teach5on, Mr. Jessie Jloekersmith, of Bridge ers Meeting. Tho following ofllcors wero chosen: Mr. Wm. Bedford, President; Mr. View, this week. Miss Julia Wallace left Sunday to F. M. Feathorston, Secrotary; Miss Ivatio visit friends in Frankfort, much to the Cannon, Treasurer. Tho next meoting will be held at Mrs. Sarah Featherston's Thursrpcrret of one young gent. eight o'clock. The many friends of Miss Emma day evening, Juno 17th, atvisit tho Bridge-vill- o had Hampton will regret to know that she WoUnion tho pleasure to last Sunday afterSunday-schoo- l is lying quite ill at her mother's resinoon. Although tho School is in its infancy, dence. a great School. It is largely attended, Little GeorffP Arnold fell from his it is great interest seems to bo manifested. and father's barn Sunday evening and hurt Tho Superintendent, Bro. Jackson, and tho himself. No bones wero broken, how- assistant, Bro. Hodges, mo both good Chrisever. tian men, and well qualified for the posiThe heavy rains of last week pro- tions they occupy. Tho Teachors, and duced a lull in all of tlte farmers' work othor officers aro tho choice selection of except tobacco setting. Those who had Christian talent. Tho children aro bright ground prepared werelucky, as wo had and interesting. Tho young ladies and a long season. gentlemen of the neighborhood seem to Sunday-schoo- l was organized at our tako quite an interest in tho work, and wo school-hous- e Sunday evening. Mr. woro pleased to seo so many middle aged John Hnydon was appointed superin- and old folks attending tho School. May begun, tendent; Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Scant-lan- d God bless tho work, which you havo in well were appointed teachers. We and may you never become weary hope the old folks will c me and make doing. Last Wednesday morning, about three it interesting for the little ones. was Miss Mary Wallace has returned o'clock, Mr. James Gallihuo's residence that destroyed by firo. The supposition ij, from an extended visit to friends in it was tho work 6f an incendiary as tho fire Shelbyville. in the cellar, under tho room Miss Nora Lillis, of Shelby, who has commenced Mr. Gallihue. Tho wire not occupied by been visiting tho Misses Wallace, re work, which covered the cellar window, was turned nomo lastrr riaay. discovered to bo cut in such a manner as to Mrs. John Ilaydon, who has been on admit a man, also tho fumes of coal oil adthe sick list for the p:tst week, is much ded much to make the supposition good. better. Two suspicious characters wero seen beSunday-schobegan Sunday, the tween North Fork bridge and Stedman's at three Factory, and when tho alarm of firo was 16th, at our school-hous- e o'clock. All are invited. givon they made double quick time up the Several fishing excursions havo been pike. Mr. Gallihue barely escaped, saving down near the mouth of Elkhorn in nothing from his room but his pants, boots, the past week with very good success; nnd some of tho bed clothes. Mrs. Gallihue Mr. and Mrs. James Gaines, Mr. and and daughter wero absent from homo. day before Mrs. Wm, Jones and Mr. and Mrs. They had gone to Frankfort tho tho second This George Wiley spent Sunday with the to visit some friends. been is( out inside burnt time Mr. Gallihue has family ot Air. liyron Hcautlanu. "Long says Mr. boss of a year. Partly insured. e. ol ol relatives. Frank Church, of Toxas, is visiting UTILES DR. . - Blue GTassJNiirseries sFiiaiTCr, ises. I. KELLEY, TREES CTREES! USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Trees, (Irapo Vines, Small Fruits and sverythlng usually found In n Nursery Establishment. Catalogues on application to OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL DE AT THE OUR Mar. 13-S- H. F. IIILLENMEYER, Lexington Ky. IN FRANKFORT. KY.. MEW PLAMM MILL. SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, All cases of BLIND MAY 8, 1886. JUNE 5, 1886. JULY 3d, 1886. JULY 31st, 1886. J. Is M. WAKEFIELD First-Cln- ss Ilavlngreccntly added tohls Establishment Mailing Mill, rfiS I or BLEEDING FILES cured by tho Urlnkerlioil sjstem without uuino the knife or Lio.YTiTHE nnd without any pain. now prepared to furnish all kinds of FISTULA Cured without tho knife or ligature. llll US,MO10 lias H J ALSO FISSURES Cured nllhout cutting or tearing. RE&TAL ULGEfl AND RECTAL CATARRH Scroll Work, Stair Tork Mnyl5-tf- & Turnln Gotten out in tho Best Style. . Diseased conditions that produco consumption and most oi tne enronio diseases, WM. CEOMWELL Attorney-at-Law- UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. , ( AND PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is oniy a symptom oi tno disease mat exists m inn REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHltOW, Frankfort. leal Estate Agent, Till--: COURTS OP VV Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to the purchase and sale of real etute, collection of rents, ohiiins, and the negotiation of loans. Ofiloe opposite Court House. TTTILL PRACTICE IN loner bonel. Juno 25-l- y. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any oue by addressing W. Dec. I. KELLEY, M. D., Choice ALL Coal Cheap. 376 West Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0, CONSULTATION FREE. 26-l- y. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. Telcphono connection No. 36. Cmm-lMu'h'7J-H- LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON s. tlio north side of Holmes stroet. near M. feet on Holmes The lot fronts Dl) street, Is l.liyi feet deep and 60 feet wide at Noith end. For price and particulars apply to J OUN B. LINDSEY Mar. L 83-1i!7-2- -- pHE VACANT Dec.H-- f FRANKFORT. Ky. ! Houseleepers, Attention KEEP CONSTANTLY IN 1 Cooper's nnd Nelson's T STOCK, s extreme age renders her condition alarming. Mr. L. A. Trumbo has returned from a trip to Texas. Ho remained just long enough to fully recover from a very bevere but brief attack of Texas fever, returning fully satisfied that Kentucky is good enough for him. Mrs Brand, mother of Sirs. Taylor, a former resident of this Stale, but moro recently of Texas, returned with him to make her home ngain in Kentucky. Our community has been visited recently by two severe storms, the first leveling fences nnd trees, the second much moro disastrous in its effect, the wind amounting to n tornado, accompanied by hail, the latter doing considerable damage to the growing crops and gardens; but in spite of all the,e drnwbaekn tho crops generally aro fine nnd farmers correspondingly happy. The cooking club met last Thursday at Mrs. Belle Maginuis'. The night was charming, the hostess most earnest inattention, tho guests brilliant, the table luxurious, the music jolly, tho dancing ditto, but that which gave zest to tho charming whole was the really beautiful young lady of tho family, Miss Lucy, just at the ago to enjoy li'fe herself and to make living delightful to her friends, simply because she was nnd is so happy. un-usua- llv he has the Jack cow of this country. He says she gives more milk and of better quality than any other cow of the same ago. He values her at one hundred dollars. On last Thursday as Mr. John Mnl-cowas plowing with a mure belonging to Mr. Brose Quarles nnd one be longing to himself, n severe peal of thunder caused them to lake fright. Mr. Mnlcom not being nblo to hold them, they ran away, throwing his horse against a tree, breaking its back, from which it died a few days after. m L03 A QUICK, fc Wild Cherry and Tar. Lix. Saudriffle. A preat many fanners have not planted any corn yet IMns. Martha Onan and son Denie, of tho Harp neighborhood, visited Mr. J. W. Onan and wife and Mr. Wm. It. Braujrhton and wife last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Lewis Miles and wife, of Henry county, and myself visited Mr. J. W. Onan last Saturday. Messrs. Bart and George Brewer, of Eminence, nnd Jeff. D. Stranges and wife were the guests of Mr. Granville Bobbitt and family last Sunday. Mr. Jennings Pulliam's horses wero frightened by a heavy peal of thunder last week while ho was plowing, as I suppose, unconscious pf danger, causing them to run, completely demolishing his gear, crippling the off horse, and losing his lapring, thus stopping his progress in farming until he could renew his outfit. Mrs. Warren Aynes confined her little daughter, Mary, in the house by putting boards across tho door, think- no was busi1 'g tne cnnu was sate. ly at work in the kitchen. The child, wandering about the house, saw a tub of water in tho hall, went up to it and tumbled in Her mother heard tho splash, ran to the rescue and saved her life. It was a great fright to the mother and a severe punishment to the child. Col. It. D. Allen said at the Teachers' Association; on the 8th inst., that head-foremost. Everybody knows the virtues of Which nro qunmteed the best. Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any objections of tho Throat Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, and Lungs, combined with these ingredients aro a few simple healing My own make. Puro Spices, ground and whole, tho very bestl can buy, and attention Is reineuius in uiu i'uiiiijumiiuii Ul XJl AUTHORITY GIVEN A MAJORITY OF THE especially caneu xo my Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup DYstockholders or tno Plum Branch and Bald D lust the article you should Knob Turnpike Road Company In the charter of said GROUND BLACK PEPPER, makintr it Is hereby plven that there always have in tho house for Coughs, ro ul. noticetho stockholders of said roadwill ho a Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Bald Croup and Bronchitis Prico meeting of house, on thellrst S'trurdaivlnat June Colds, Knob School cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon.' 50 cents and SI .00. Samples free. Sold 1880, at hour of 10 o'clock, n. m., to elect n board of Wine, for Don't fall lo give mo a trade. live directors ror tne ensuing sear, 3 by Hughes and Chiles. (ihen tinder my hand this 10th day of April. 188G. iiidfnflretlonn. oxccsccs, to Denofltiln a Oamed cloyt Oiirpnusunllr wlthm a month. No Deception norQuackerr. PoiitUo Proofs, full description nnd Jottr of ndrlco tnplnin pealed onvelopo, frM. ERIE ItCDIOAIi CO., l'.O. brewer m. Buffalo. N.T. Manhood. Norvouaaeca Vanlracos, Lnoli of Strength, Vigor or Dovelopmozit, by PERMANriiT, CERTAIN C'JREFCR COX'S. mm iiii Fins.. Turnpike fleeting. r April Presiding Judge Franklin County Court.. 17-t- It. A. THOMSON, JD5EFH - LeCQMFTE ! THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. From Pole to Pole AVer's lias demonstintid Its power of euro for all dlBoaeen of tho Wood. SAUSArAiiiLLA LAKEJCE!! PREPARED TO FURNISH I AMany quantity and at all times,PURE LAKE ICE In at my stand. Kcw Lcdford, June 1, C. AvEn & Co. Twenty jcais rgo I was a li.irpoom.-- r In tho North Pacific, wlicti iio others of tho ciew nnd myself wcio lnlil up with scurvy. Our bodies veiohluatud.gmnuBWollin aud bleeding, tteth loose, put pie blotches nil over us, and our bicnth seemed lottcn. Tnko it by end laifu wo wero pretty badly oil'. All our llmc.juieo was ntcldentally dcMmyid, but tno captain had n counlo dozen bottles of -Ater's BARSArARiLLA and .io un that. We- rccov-cic- d on It quicker than I liao ever peeninen brought nbout by liny other treatment for Beany, nnd I've 6ccn n good deal of It. Seeing no mention In your Alinnnao of your Kareaparllla bclnir good for scurvy, I thought you ought to Know of this, nnd bo send you tho facto. Respectfully yours, Kali-- V. Winoate. The Harpooner's Story.1SS3. TjANSY y PILLS all Pa Dn.J. CHOICE FEBSI FISH Send In your orders. JAMES O'DONNELL, Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. Always on hand. always EflteetML Are perfectly 0fto and ny regularly lo.ouu American Used aaperlov.te Women. then.orCaaliMfkMded. Don't waste money on wertfcleaa Boatraaaa. Try Hold by all Druggists, or tfcta Beaaear mailed to any address. Send 4 cents for particulars. tfaarmted are. WILCOX aPKCIFIC CO., PhUaaa.. April 17-t- f. NEW COAL BEST YARD! h Bridgeport. Whitow hashing. Mavtn,JiasutolandS.AfrUa,)March7,1883. Dn.J. C. Aver & Co. Gentlemen: Ilmo Tho Trooper's Experience. A COAL YARD IN RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort,e OPENED are preparedut ull times t turnlsh the Cleanliness important. In this town it takes 4 men to sot out 8 tomato plants, tho ownor and throo neighbors. A slifjht froat. Quito cool. rnuch pleasure to testify to the great valuo of Wo bao been stationed our Sarsaparllla. hero for over two years, duilng which tlraowq had to llvo In tents. Bclnif under cam ns for such a tlmo brought on what Is called In this country "veldt-sores- ." I had those sores for sometime. I was adlscd to tnko yourBorsa. parllla, two bottles of which made ray sores disappear rapidly, nnd I nm now qulto well. T. K. Boden, Yours truly, Trooper, Cape Mounted Riflemen- - GRADES OF COAL! AT TUE WEBILITlVFEillLEAaf DECAY. A Life Experience. Remarkable and Quick cureo. Trial Packages. Bond Btamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. TtehMfctQR 1 m BMluloVlflALEcil WfiAKKEbS AKD LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Ofllce on Broadway, opposlto Railroad Depot und Branch ofllco and scales at II. R. Williams' grocery, . corner of Second and Brldgo streets, South Jrunk-fortAll orders will receive prompt uttentlon. Decia-tf- . The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the chamf- last Extravagance in conversation is a fault all nro moro or less guilty of; tho perni-oi- o isnoss of which but few realize Mr. D. D. Vnnatti, and family, of Bagdad, paid n visit to relatives in this section week. by tho kick of a horse a short time sinco. The many friends and relatives of Mrs. Fnnuie Parrorit will be glad to know sho Mr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is tho only thoroughly cffectlvo tho only medlclno that eradicates tho poisons of Scrofula, Mercury, nnd Contagious DIscaso from tho system. blood-purlllo- S. 8. & J. II. TOLD. TWO STORY House roi3 13-3- s-HjIb- .. John Angravo was quite severely hurt Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists : Prlco 81 Six bottles for 85. 5 TOEPAIIED JJT hi good repair, four rooms and tne kitchens. Lot fifty feet front, and ono hundred nm' ninety-tw- o feet deep. Situated east of the corner oi Murray und Second streets, South Frankfort, Apply to Mar. Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, No. 830 Broadway. FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ANI er that almost cheats the looking-glass. & ..... ;, Mui wjjir iMfSsmis n I i.1 T ', . . '.-- - '- - v. . si V u .. i- - f i i j.1 . .., .m ivrmv Muiuj.'u.. i'SaMiNmfimUjSeA'i7e :.rajtoxy:fcjmwTWA.,r inrf isAi'tiir. 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