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DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. ,.... ., A.blll audl-eAcesho- i" "4fl 0E0R0EA LEWIS, Publishir., 'WatS, ONE DOLLAR PEF7&AX volume IX. concert, of Prof. Way-lan- d Graham's music class, will take place at the Opera House on the evening of June 8th, and promises to be ihe best lie has yet favored out people with. A fine programme of music Will be furnished for the small admission feeof 15 cents, and a' large certainly be present. On the evening of 'June 14th he will' give the opera of Mikado, the characters being represented by the Ibest amateurs of the city", iri full costume. This Is the greatest treat In store for cltleens In the hear our hiusic-lovlh- g future, and the date should be born in mind. The,, closing FRANKFORT, to pension. Mrs. Letltla Garrard, of this city, on account of her son, Cnpt. Dan. Garrard; of the 22d Kentucky Infantry, who was' killed in front of "Vicksbiirg in 1868, has been passed by Congress. KY., MAY 29, 1886. Number Pea Ridge. e. ';v Announcement. At Excelsior Institute, on the, evening of June 7th, will be glyen the an-- nual exhibition of the Society of Alpine Climbers, the programme consisting of a series of tableaux and conversational scenes from English history. The commencement exercises will be held on the following Wednesday morning, beginning1 at ten o'clock. Address: "Reminiscences of Bethany The closing exercises of Eminence College," by James Fall. All invited morning to attend on both occasions. - ' College commence Baccalaureate sermon by Elder with B. R.. Webber, who resides near yVJ. Loose, of the Christian Church; Monday and Tuesday the examination Harvieland, this county, while under of classes will take place at the Col- the influence of liquor, Saturday afterleges Wednesday morning at' 10 o'clock noon, went to the livery stable of fr. exercises of the Philo'mathean Society,' Messrs.' Brawner & McDarilel, in Belle & Helm Hall; Wednesday afternoon, Point, and wanted to hire a buggy to take himself and Hwo others to Bald t Concert by the vocal and instrumental music class; Wednesday 'night, rendi- Knob, when Mr. C. Hundley, 'who tion of "Love's Labor Lost)" Thurs- Was in charge of the stable, told him day morningand afternoon, commence- he could not let him have a buggy for ment exercises; Thursday night, levee the purpose, but would hire a Jersey! at the College Grounds. There will wagon and furnish a driver.. But bo eleven graduates this year seven Webber insisted on having a buggy, young ladles and four young gentle- begun to abuse Hundley, and finally knocked him down. Hundley drew men. his pocket knife while on the ground, One of the best gardens, and the caught Webber by the pants and pullmost scientifically managed, we have ed himself up with one hand while Seen latelyls that 6f Mr. D. M. Wood-eo- n, with the other he began to use his a mile from the city on the Owen-to- n knife, cutting Webber three times in pike; His strawberry beds are the abdomen, one cut letting out the large and loaded with the finest berries bowels. Notwithstanding the serious yve have ever seen raised rm this sec- nature of his injuries, Webber walked tion, many of them being If inches in over to the office of Dr. S. F. Smith, dlaineter, arid perfectly delicious. His where the bowels were replaced and raspberry bushes of several different the wounds dressed by Drs. Smith and varieties are very full and give prom- Phythiun. He has been doing very ise 6f an Immense crop, while his well ever since and will soon be all WK grape vines, currant bushes and other right. Hundley will have an examinsmall fruit are equally as promising, ing trial Monday. to feay nothing of his vegetables. Bald Knob. Everything, is kept up to a mathematand as neat as can be, and ical line Mrs. Mary Brewer, wife of Mr. John notwithstanding Mr. Woodson is but Brewer, is recovering after a severe fall an amateur in the business, few pro- from a frightened horse. fessionals can show a better or more Col. Henry Harrell,the zealous school patron, is making strenuous efforts to prolific, garden than he has. make the. Association a success. Bailey of Caldwell Mr. Friday 'night about 'ten o'clock a county, Lawrenceattended the burial of Kansas, colored man by the name of Andrew his venerable lather, Jttimuna JtJaney, Millian was found dead In the back at Bailey's Mill. yard of his home In Battle Alley, with Bald Knob has always been clean .a pistol ball in his brain. He was and healthy. The sickness last year Kittie was from natural causes and not from found by his mother-in-lafo Dudley, who gave It out that he had filth as reported &Kffommitted suicide. Coroner Phy thlan t The four lovely young girls who exLiz was notified, had the body removed to cel in elocution are Nora Hoover, Miss Court-housSaturday zie Brawner, MinnieBrawnerand and on the susan Marreu. morning Impanelled a jury arid began lady will Mr. B. T. Slattery an Investigation. The jury remained please accent thanks for and punctual carh' in sftml nn until TuGsilav morninor. riage and delivery of last report to the when, after having examined a num- Roundabout. ber of witnesses, the following verdict ' The'loss'sustained by Mr. John A. Bell by the burning of his Hntton Dewas returned: pot is ideeply deplored at the Knob. j: We, he jury, find that the body now There,are outfewsuch good men as before' us is that of 'Andrew Millian, Uncle John, Who came to his death by a pistol shot Capt. W. Tracy, who is the light of wound on the, 2lst of May,, in the hands of Kittle Dudley. That James Pea Rldge.ln company with Uncle Trip and other friends, came hero on last to the Sunday to worship in our Grand Union Accessories and S.S. killing and murder. W. 8. Dkhoney, Foreman. Mr. Harry Quire has a field of corn nVinnt thrflP feofc hlffh. PTnrrv is nn pv- Dudley, the fether-in-la- pert farmer and may probably fodder Jim and Kittie of the mur the coming Teachers' Association on and mother-in-ladered man, Belle Millian, his wife, roasting ears. and Sam. Keos were all arrested and Mrs. Colman, wife of Mr. John lodged In jail. The parties had an exof Owen, brought two large spione amining trial before Judge Thomson, ders from Texas,fingerof which, bit her on the middle .which resulted in Kittle Dudley being her bed. She lived butwhile making a few hours held overln $250 to the Circuit Court, after. and the others were discharged. Rev. Dr. Wilson, of the Christian It appears from the evidence that Church, and Rev. J. Graves, of tho Millian and his wife had a lively little Baptist, delivered each an impressive row in the afternoon, when he threw address before a dense and attentive a coaPbll lamp at her; and in1 which' audience at the Union on last Sunday. a the mother In law took a hand, re- - , Mr. Harry Quire caught a tieron bemarking afterward that if Millian low his dwelling that stands four feet high. bird came back there any more that either sullen, The with at first was cross and gentle treatment has but she or lye would eat breakfast in hellj becomens tame as a chicken, Harry and was seencarrying a pistol around engages all tho, small fry after school ' f ' hours to catch minnows for him. in her hand. r w, Grass plentiful. Wheat first-ratCorn up and looking well. i Would announce to his' friends' that his Little Anna Crutcher, who was so unfortunate as to break her arm last week, is progressing finely. has Joined Pea Ridge Sunday-schothe Kentucky Sunday School Union, and will be represented by a full deleOFgation In the State Convention which assembles in Frankfort next August. Faint echoes occasionally reach the Ridge of the grand concerts with full orchestra and chorus and scenes of festal magnificence which seems to be the normal condition of affairs at Bald Is now complete. Thankful for the Knob. Pleasant musical meetings of this kind do much to bind people together in friendship and soften the asperities of life. Pea Ridge congratulates the Knob on having some person with courage to commence and ability Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- to continue a series of enjoyable occatinuance of the same, sions. Wealth or its possession is a blessing Though it often makes in disguise. fools of its owners and causes them to do things of which they are. ashamed, We will always do much may be said in its favor. It will often help a man out of trouble when nothing else can, and as often leads AS WELL-FONOT YOU him in. Wealth often transforms a good citizen to a poor one, that is one : THAN YOU who is of no real use. to the Commonwealth; being possessed of wealth the people must furnish a guard to protect that wealth, and still he fears a ' loss, while the man who has nothing . Aprill7, 1886. but what he can guard himself sleeps without bolts, locks or bars, and burglars, strikes, riots and robbers have no terrors for, him. Wealth makes the capitalist think he is better than the laborer, opinions differ, strikes follow. Each one is necessary to the other, and With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. We have as neither gains by a strike, neither is just received happy, but then ol -- R R H'GLTOI SPRING STOCK Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, k. 70 LIBERAL PATRONAGE ASSURING YOU THAT E IF BETTER "'? a CAN DO ELSEWHERE. DELIGHTED! BUYERS Of all the trades in town, sir, The beggar's is tho best, Because when he gets tired Ho can lay him down and rest. New Spring and Summer Union W. C. T. V. Notes. will meet as nsnal next Wednesday after-roo- n at five o'clock in the chapel of the Woman's Christian Temperance Cnristian Church. The "hour of prayer" Thursday last, though' not largely attended on account of tho storm, was, to those present, interesting and pleasant. The assurance is given "where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst."! The prayers of earnest Christian women in every State and Territory in the United States mingled with ours in a petition to Almighty God for his blessing on our work. Thanks of the Union are due to Miss Kate Mangan and Miss Mary McEwan for their valuable assistance in the music UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear. Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. e, . - w w Col-ma- n, About a year ago I had blood poisqn, and it attacked my throat in a very READ! READ! severe form. I got a physician to treat me, and for three months he burned my throat out every day. During the last three weeks I was under his care it was was almost impossible for me to swallow even a spoonful of water. I was reduced to 101 pounds in weight, and the doctor told me I could not live. I gave up his medicines and began taking Spiffs Specific, using the We do not expect to make money on every article we sell; our plan is gargle directed in the circular. If was to close out the last piece of goods in every purchase we make. We with great difficulty I could swallow frequently buy large lots in order to get prices to suit, and have the medicine, though it was pleasant taste; but J persevered in it, and to the large enough to keep accumulated stock. not store-rooin three weeks I could not from my feelings tell that my throat ever was HAVE SOME RARE affected. I could swallow anything I wished without the slightest difficulty, AND ARE and seemed entirely well. I continued the medicine, and in less than four months I had gone up In weight sixty GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. nine pounds, .now weighing 170 pounds. To be convinced, call and see us. This may sound flsho to some, but If the doubting will write to me or any one in Boonton, they can easily have Hi 3C the truthfulness of my statement es225 ST. CLAIR STREET, WEITZEL'S NEW BLOCK. tablished. Alfked Husk, P. O. Box 695, N. B. 1,000 Remnenta of all kind of goods at your own prioe. Boonton, N. J., Feb. 23, 1880. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 167 W. 23d; Blood Poison. ,, PRICES REDUCED! WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! m WE BARGAINS! VA "WE ITS IE . ZDOETETHXjXj, '.j5' GALLERY! CAPITAL Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, Keynote to Health. St. ART .. N ' free. Health is wealth. Wealth means No, 439 Main St Over Crutcher & Starts' White Hall Clothing House independence. The Keynote is Dr. Bosnnko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup in the world. Cures) Coughs, 'Colds. Pains in the SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Chest, Bronchitis and primary' Consumption. One dose gives relief in of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of every case. Take no other. Price Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at 60 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- tf. .a n Chiles. 1 home. was also struck, and both of the cows at Eranklort, Kentucky killed, and it is a remarkable fact that Entered at the V ai ApntiH elan mailable matter this Is the third tree that has been GEORGE A. LEWIS, struck by lightning in the same locality in the last few weeks. A bolt also of descended between the cistern-rooFRANKFORT, MAY 29, 188G. Distillery of Messrs. E. H. the Carlisle ;i sTaylor, Jr., Co., and one of their wareB. Temple. houses, the fluid passing down the leg Mr. Death of Mr. Jacob Cox, who was at work in Mr. John B. Temple, for mrmy years the warehouse, tearing his shoe to a prominent citizen of this city, died pieces and shocking him considerably, at his home in Louisville, at six while Peter Belle, a colored man who n o'clock Thursday morning of heart had been at work on the river, and years he was had come up and taken refuge in the disease. For twenty-od- d cashier !of the Farmers' Bank in this warehouse out of the storm, was knockcity, and np man who ever lived here ed senseless, and it required some ten m was more universally honored and re- or fifteen minutes' hard work by the spected than he. He was thrice mar- hands employed about the distillery to ried, his second wife being a daughOne of the whisky mm ter of the venerable Rev. Phil- bring him to. room was also set firetubs to in the cistern ip Fall,andhis last wife, who, together but the flames were promptly extincost-offi- ce m fr SSSS2S2SS22 ggggjgggg Craik, the Superintendent, were lying, FRANKFOKT ROUflMBOUT, , r -g-BM- -g? - A PICNIC FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!! -- 4I :1 "1 J AT- - of J. LOW WATER MARK! Buyers of clothing will again be interested in our good fortune in securing (in. addition to do., of Denver, Colorado, and Goodkind, & Go.'s took, slightly damaged by smoke) THE ENTIRE STOCK OF JEUNE & DOLL, OF LOUISVILLE, KT. & Fech-heime- The Bankrupt Stock of A. Jacob's r, I m Which we are closing out at m kk .f m - &. with several children, still survives him, was Miss Blandina Brodhead, of this city. He was a leading member of the First Presbyterian Church, in which he was a Buling Elder during nearly the whole of his residence here. In 1868 he removed to Louisville and accepted the position of of the Southern Mutual Insurance Company, and a few years later was elected President, which position he held at the time of his death. In his demise Louisville has lost a valuable citizen, the Presbyterian Church a pillar of strength, and an upright Christian gentleman has been called to reap the reward of a well spent life. The funeral took place in Louisville yesterday afternoon and the remains Will be brought to this city on the 10:20 train this morning and interred in the family lot in the Cemetery. The remains will be taken directly from the depot to the grave. vice-President guished by Mr. R. M. Grant, Superintendent of the establishment. We have also heard that a number of sheep belonging to a farmer residing near the city were also killed, but were unable These three purchases are the best we have made during our 15 years' experience in the Clothing to learn the truth of the rumor. trade, and we positively intend to give our customers and the trade the benefit of them. The Lowest Prices on Record NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. We guarantee the goods, and stand ready to refund the money if not satisfactory, See a few of the prices : or exchange, as you like. mrX cfe Bfc. , crt & E. P. BRYAN, Katie Shannon, of Lexington, is JERRY BRISLAN, visiting Mrs. Ed. Haly, nee Miss Mary JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. It. Ellen Newman. The Storms. Miss Lizzie Woods left Tuesday The frequent occurrence of destruc- morning for Bowling Green to visit the tive wind and thunder storms in this Misses Sproule. OFFIUEMr. Henry Ahler and wife left Monsection is something remarkable, and day afternoon for a visit to relatives in it looks very much like this was fast Bedford, 426 HIGH STREET, Indiana. storm centre. On Sunday becoming a -- NEAR THE PBISON. Mr. Ike afternoon ye were visited by a heavy sufficiently Williams, sr., has recovered from his recent illness as to wind and rain storm which unroofed a be able to ride out.' 9. Telephone No. 8 portion of one of the warehouses and Mrs. Chas. Brown and Miss Dora the elevator of Messrs. E. H. Taylor, Jennings, of Cincinnati, are visiting Office hours from 11 a. m, till 1 o'clock p. m. In the day, and from 8 till 10 o'clock at night Jr., Co. at Taylorton, and on Thursday Mrs. rnii. oeioen. afternoon a thunder storm occurred, Mr. D. C. Barrett spent Thursday HOKSES TAKEN TO PASTURE. which occasioned more damage by in Lexington. His first day out of the GOOD GRASSAND WATER. lightning than has been done here in city in many years. bell tower of the First Mrs. W. S. Caplinger, who has been years. The may be left Presbyterian Church was struck, very ill at her home in Taylorton for at Terms reasonable. Orders Mangan fc Darnell's. knocking off one of the projections on several weeks, is improving slowly. May H. 0. AVEBILL. the corner and tearing a hole some ten Miss Maud Wayts, of the Female R. C. STEELE. feet square in the slate roof, but fortu- Seminary. Georgetown, Jspent Sunday and Monday with her parents in this nately the interior of the building was dtj t not damaged, except by the rain, Mrs. L. A. Thomas, Misses Anne SEAL ESTATE AGENT. FRANKFORT, XX, which is not serious. A tree in the Thomas and Mannie Powell left MonATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN Cemetery, under which two valuable day afternoon for a short visit to CinFranklin or adjacent counties. MayZWm. cows belonging to Mr. Wm. cinnati. Jersey Mr. George Buhr has been bothered with rats about his Hotel for some time and to get rid of the pests purchased a fine flobert rifle, with which r, Mr. Alhe instructed his bert Heinl,,to shoot them. Now shooting rats is a favorite amusement with Albert, and indulging in that sport several years ago he sent a pistol ball into his wrist. But in following Mr. Buhr's instructions, he became quite an expert marksman, and was desirous of exhibiting his skill. So one afternoon last week he called a few friends loaded his rifle and to the to watch how he could telling them send a bullet through the head of the picture of a woman upon a pasteboard calender hanging upon the iron net work above the desk in the office, he stepped back to the end of the room, took steady aim and fired. The bullet went true to the mark, for it pierced the calender where Albert intended, but it did more. It sped on across the office striking the large plate glass windows, making a small hole and a very large star around it in its passage, whistled by the ear of Jesse Hocker, the porter, who was sweeping off the front navement and sprinkled him with glass in such manner that the old man really thought he was assassinated, and exclaiming "Bar now, some body's doue shot me," he was making preparations to lie down and give up the ghost, when those who witnessed the shooting came out and convinced him that he was uninjured. Mr. Buhr is now uncertain which will be the best thing to do put up bomb proofs to protect his windows or cage Albert. bar-keepe- bar-roo- m, The banquet given to Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, Knights Templar, at Buhr'a Hotel, Thursday night, by Sir Knights Jas. A. Murray, V. A. Kaltenbrun, and Henry Wilson, the three principal officers of the Commandery, was an elegant affair, and one which will be long remembered by those present. The Sir Knights, together with invited guests, assembled at their Asylum in the Odd Fellows' Temple, and at 8 o'clock marched in 's a body to the Hotel, preceded by Brass Band. After a half hour spent in pleasant conversation in the parlors of the Hotel and in listening to the sweet music of the band, they repaired to the dining room and par-too-k of an elegant supper gotten up in George Buhr's best style. At the close of the banquet toasts were given and responded to as follows: The Commonwealth of Kentucky, by his Excellency, Gov. J, Proctor Knott, in a short but eloquent speech; the Grand Encampment of the United States, by Very Eminent Sir W. LaRue Thomas, of Lexington, Grand Senior Warden of that body, in his usual happy style; Canton Berry, No. 6, 1. O. O. F., by Chevalier George W. Reock, in a few brief and well timed remarks; Ryan Commandery, No. 17, by Sir Knight W. E. Grubbs, of Danville, also in a brief speech; the Grand Commandery of Kentucky, by Sir Knight John W. rruett, uranci senior warden, in one of the eloquent impromptu addresses for which he is famous. The banquet was then dissolved, the Commandery formed and marched back to the Asylum, where they were Sni-der- 200 Men's Suits, Ail Wool, 50 Children's Suits, 100 Pairs Children's Knee Pants, 4 to 12 years, 200 Pairs Boys' Long Pants, Blue Camlets, 200 Pairs Men's Pants, Blue Camlets, 50 Pairs Boys' Long Pants, All Wool, 300 Pairs Men's Pants, All Wool, SHOES and HATS in NEW STYLES AND SHAPES. .... ... - to $3.00 "i $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 and 88.00 r m $1.50 - $1.26 '- 25 Cents. 55 Cents. 65 Cents i U $1.0O '$ CRUTCHER OJPI. CITY HALL. Mr. Hurry Buckley, of the Ander- son News, Lawrenceburg, 8pe nt Satur- dny and Sunday in this city visiting relatives. Bev. George Darsie, who has been Convention attending a Sunday-schoin Stanford this week returned home yesterday. Capt. J. Crittenden Watson, U. S. N., stationed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, is spending a short furlough with rela tives in this city. Misses Helen and Maria Lindsey re turned Wednesday morning irom ttt Aucustine, Florida, where they have been spending the winter. Mrs. Acnes H. McClure and Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Wednesday morning for a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville and Hopkinsville. Mr. V. W. Foote, of this city, who has charere of the bar at Grayson Springs Hotel, spent Saturday and Sunday with his family in this city. ol "vTHITE STARKS, HuA.OLiXu, & FBANHFORT, ET. J. T. BUCKLEY Has just recived his large- - SPRING STOCK -- OP- Stoves, Grates & Mantels. Call and examine the SOUTHERN QUEEN Wrought Steel Range, The new Library Lamps, new Oat Fixtures, the famous mm, And to many other useful articles too nn merous to mention, all at the LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, dismissed. BORIS". In this county, on Thursday, May 27th, 1886, to Mr. D. T. Farmer and wife, of Lawrenceburg, a son. JOB ORK Dr. W. I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, will make his regular monthly visit to this MlATHUKD. cityon next Saturday, June 6th, at At the home of the bride, on the Louisville pike, the Capital, where he can be consulted. near Fejiona, on Tuesday evening, May 25, 1886, by m gas fitting and plumbing. Give me a call, Personal. relatives in Shelbyville. Miss Rev. George Darsie, Mr. B. 11. Bryan, of and Miss Lucy C. Vaughn. Chrlstlans-bur- g, Emma Kavanaugh is visiting ILTOTXOIEJ. In Frankfort, the undersigned Incorporators of the Frankfort Heating Company, will open books for icnntions io mo caoitai hiock oi said company. and at the same time and place, upon the requisite amount of stock being subscribed, hold a meeting of the stockholders for the election of the directors and officers of said Company, to serve until the second Monday In January, and until their successors ore elected and qualified. HEREBY THAT THE NOTICE 19 June. 1886. GIVENoffice of J.ON Scott. A. at the of FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS tives. Mrs. Col. John M. Bacon, of St. Louis, is visiting relatives here. Mr John Henderson is lying dangerously ill at his home in this city. Miss Maggie Page left Wednesday morning for Louisville to visit rela Mias HA9TIN BRO.'S, -- DXQAXiCRH 1JV- - pat Mcdonald, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, 'i a DR. GOBER, -- Seeds, Wagons, Baggies, Harness, Saddles, Ac. All Kinds of Feed. Oar Implements are the best on the market and of the latest improvements. Onr seeds are all fresh and Home grown. An examination of onr stock will convince yon that we keep ment and seed store in Central Ky. xeo. the best Impl ft. i and wy y. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. AS BEHOVED akefleld and West, where he Is jDreoairea io ao any nnrk. Those who eontemDUta balldlmjf, either In the city or country, are requested to slve him a call. IS nrdora for Job Work will be received by telephone No. 48, and will receive prompt attention. O. B, HTJ-GHX- General Insurance Agent, Oflee en Main Frankfort to me raw ana rjamng mius oi HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH St, Opposite Farmers' Baak. REPRESENTING 20-2- t. April 17-S- Lot For Sale. 1. Broadway for sale. April 10-tA ui Fuiigi CmpuiK, ova io,ooo,oo0, A0BBT6 Lniiiz Aiirioi WITH BUILDING LOT FRONTING 80 FEET ON and running back US feet, is offered Apply ertr at lowest rates. Aomt Anabor T.bu, nf Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any Mint in Great Brtttam or Ireland. Apr.l74r TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP-- 1 to M, ALDWDGE, Job Work neatly exe cuted at this office.. 4ii ki$md FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, gRAKKFORTj MAY 30, 1886. LW 7 . V, :. Dick yertf uson has sold ten thousand Good Luck Cigars at retail, proving It to be the best five cent cigar in the country, Thos. Gordon, a young man em- m KT B.i It?! l flv k 8VT LW ki- kv ii p; ti . Try Howard Bro's. soda water and Cornice Poles and Window of Hall's Hair Renewer, which prevents the falling out of the hair, and ginger ale. m stimulates it to renewed growth and We use nothing but pure fruit syrups luxuriance. It restores faded or gray A SPECIALTY. be'on the track on the first Monday in where he keeps constantly on hand hair to its original dark color, and in our soda water, and you will find it August. the freshest and best goods in his line, cures nearly every disease of the scalp. the best in town. Howabd Bbos. 227 MAIN STREET, Frankfort, kx receiving them every morning. Call Seed corn. Hungarian and Southern The party who took the silver mug and see htm. Dick Ferguson now has a full line of All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. German millet at Virginia and sweet tobacco, also cigars May r. from the water cooler at John Kieoers Bbos. Mastin in ms wnoiesaie department. A call L. F. OOHPTOH. last week is known and, is hereby noThe Confederate graves In the CemeW. C. Macklin. on him tified to return the same or an officer tery will be decorated this afternoon at You can buy nn English china wash-stan- d save youwill convince you that he can money, being a distributing set, 10 pieces, from $3.50 up, at point. COMPTON & MACKLIN, 4 o'clock, and all persons Interested are will be looking after him. requested to send flowers to the Ceme- Buckley's. - PROPRIETORS . Rallcy, formerly tery at Mr. William that time. As there are 41 Straw hats of all varieties cheap at Buoklen's Arnica Salve. 8ergeant-at-Arm- s of the House of Rep- graves in the Confederate lot and 33 in The Best Salve in the world for ELKHOMROLLERMILLS, Miss Annie Owsley, other portions of the Cemetery, It is C. R. Gresham's, South Side. resentatives, and Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt !havb TITJC FULL both of Woodford county, were mar-tie- d hoped that the donations of flowers Mr. J.M. Norrls, an old resident of Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped all Rome, Ga., says, that he had been Hands, Chilblains. in Louisville Wednesday. will be liberal, so that all may be prop- badly troubled with Kidney Com- Skin Eruptions, and Corns, anacures positively plaint for a great many years and Piles, or no pay required. It is guarAND MANUFACTURE Mr. John C. Cromwell, of this coun erly decorated. with ty, will be one of the .Commencement The following persons, sentenced to could Eczema for three years; at times anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Six of the best grades scarcely walk tried money refunded. Price 25 cents of the best Flour orators of the College of Engineers at the Penitentiary, arrived here on many remedies withoutand had until box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. per benefit, made in the world. the commencement of the University Tuesday evening too late to be received he began taking Electric Bitters and Office and warerooro on Broadway, opposite Capat ChamDaisra. Illinois, on the 9th of into that institution, spent the night anointing his nands and feet with itol Square Jan.21886-ly- . CANDIDATES. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. This treat June. In jail, and were taken to the Pen. ment afforded him crreat relief and he FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. strongly recommends Mrs. Llllle M. Williams, wife of Wednesday morning: John Rice, to all who suffer with Electric Bitters- We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEORGE PLANTS FOR SALE. Kidney Com- C. DRANE. of as a for Bey W. J. Williams, pastor of Provi- Bud. Carroll, and Win. Jenkins, from Klaints, or need a Blood Purifier. Sold Judge of the Franklin county, Court. candidate Dis- A LL KINDS AND VARIETIES Common Pleas In the TOMATO. county, and Scott Fowler, from trict, composed of the counties of Franklin, 3 LeCompte. dence Baptist Church, this county, Owen t Cabl PenrT nnd Kwwt PntjitnOFnlnnta Mnl Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford. Pri- stantly on Band and for sale. Call at my farm on died at the residence of her parents in Campbell. Rice Is the man who killed Jno. T. Buckley is agent for the Fa- mary election Saturday, June 6th. the Lawrenceburg pike, or telephone Saffeirs resl- c- w SAFFELL, de?cevorite gasoline stove, the best in the Louisville on Sunday morning, aged George W. Craddock,Jr. Apr. FOR JAILER. market. 26, years. She leaves an infant about Mr. David Payne was going up St. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL two weeks old. a a Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin The verdict of everybody: "Howard county. Clair street. Tuesday evening, riding on top of a pile of mattresses with Mr. Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are We are Authorized to announces. N. DAVID The strawberry festival given by the James McEwan, in the delivery wag- the finest drinks in town." -- BY GOING TO SEE SON as an Independent Candidate forjailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will ladles of the First Presbyterian Church on of Messrs- - Staten & Dehoney, when fish cleaned Tuesday evening the seat began to slip, and Mr. Mc at FreshO'Donnell's and ready for use of the people at the August election, 1886. at the Court-hous- e Jim was, as is usually the case with every- Ewan, to save himself from falling, FOR CITY MARSHAL. Buckley has a nice assortment in We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as thing undertaken by them, a complete jumped to the ground, but Mr. Payne a candidate for City Marshal at the August elecsuccess. The attendance was very was less fortunate, and fell off on the English majolica ware at city prices. tion, 1886. to other side of the wagon, alighting on large and the receipts amounted Lost On Tuesday May 3d, five nMeMHS0HuL ZR W TC sfSs. $203. his back, injuring his hip and spine so German books between South Frankbadly that he has since been confined fort and the Feeble-minde- d Institute. The ladies of the Baptist Church to bed.' " The finder will please leave at this THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I will shortly give a supper for the benbought from Mrs. Addle Garrett, adminisoffice. tratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest efit 'of their church. The entertainMr. J. H. Culter, of Lexington, In the ment will be given la the Church agent of Messrs. D. H. Baldwin & Co., We have opened our ice cream parbuilding, as soon as the repairs upon it of Louisville, has been doing a lively lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest Furniture and Undertaking wee completed ready for the reception business in this city recently. During place in town. And our cream and sherbet Is the best you can find any of the new pews, but before they are the last two weeks he has sold four place. You will find it to your advantputlin. pianos and five organs. Having had age to visit us before going: elsewhere. Interest In my business to Howard Bros. And have sold makes of pianos from Winslow Robertson and Clint. Sul- one of the best use for two years, we Go to Jim O'Donnell for fresh fish. house in livan, two boys who reside in Belle this that they sell first-claS. .aMH;EWtMMilW.Mflm Instru- He delivers them cleaned and ready for know Point, were playing with each other ments and do not wonder at the suc- use. And hereafter the style of the firm will be Thursday afternoon, Sullivan having cess of Mr. Culter. Call at Buckley's and see the latest an open knife in his hand, and In the in china toilet sets. STATEN & DEHONEY, scuffle young Robertson was' cut across iaHjaajnejflnmirii.iMMiMwYi Have prescribed Tongaline in two tSjf the wrist, inflicting a dangerous cases of periodic headache of a neuralLovers of first-claice cream and And the business will be continued at the old stand wound, which came near disabling gic character, wand In both Instances sherbet will find what they want at of Whltesldes 4 Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street May JAS. T. STATEN. with entire success. I think that it Howard Bro's. him for life. V. do all that you claim for it, and will Jan.23-6m- . Try the Arctic flour. T. C, Miller, M. D., ! The number of casualties from light- more. Dayton, Ark. ning in this city and vicinity this Insure your property against fire in Chas. F. Exum's agency, office Main DR. spring may be accounted for by the COLLINS, The remains of the late James F. 3t. fact that a colony of lightning rod Leonard, who originated reading tele- street, opposite Engine House. men located in South Frankfort seve- grams by sound, have been removed Cure for Piles. ral months since, who congratulate from Columbus, Mississippi, where he Piles are frequently preceded by a rFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BRO&' themselves on having a special dispen- died in 1862, of typhoid fever, to this sense of weight in the back, loins and Located on Holmes street near Mr. John Apply to J Teeth extracted without pain by the usef of sation of Providence in their behalf. NItrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.20-tc:ty for Interment, at the Instance of lower part ot tne aDaomen, causing E. HENSLEY. to suppose has sone enec-tlo' the Old Time Telegraphers1 Association the patient kidneys or neighboring or-n MayS-lm-. of The ladles of Belle Point will give a wno will erect a monument to his gans. thetimes, symptoms indigesAt & ALLEN, festival in that Fauburg on Tuesday memory. Mr. Chas. E. Taylor, mana tion are present, flatulency, of I. F. uneasiness evening, the 1st Inst, to raise funds to ger of the office at this place, went to of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like DEALERS IN LODGE. NO. 6, MEETS EVERY assist in the completion of the Free Mississippi last week and attended to perspiration, producing a very disanight. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA. In the removal. Mr. .Leonard was a greeable itching, after getting warm, Christian Chapel and school-hous- e GEO. W. REOCK, N. G. is a common attendant. Blind, Bleed J. R. Williams, Sec. WARE, FIELD SEEDS, &c. that place. The fete will be held in Frankfort boy and for many years had ing ana itching files yieia at once to April the yard ofJ. N. Crutcher, and no charge of the office here. He was one the application of Dr. Bosanko's 235 BROADWAY STREET. trouble will be, spared to make the of the best youn men morally, who Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon FAMI-H- y JUST OPENED A occasion 'immensely agreeable to all ever leftFrankfort to make his home the parts effected, absorbing the Tugrocery mors, allaying the intense itching, and BEADTD7UL BAY STALLION WILL keep constantly at the above place, where we will on hand a goods in Who may attend.. ,.,- effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 THIS tho season of 1886 at mr stable two miles line, we respectfully solicitfull stock ofshare of our in another State. a liberal the west of Frankfort, on the L. & N. Railroad, at public patronage. cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko TheAresignations of Messrs. Jos. B.j Rodgers & Allen. The Chautauqua Circle will meet Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by $10 TO INSUEE A MAKE IN FOAL. Lewis and Alex.' T. Todd, Gaugers, Monday evening, May 31st, at the Hughes & Chiles. Mar. IMm. Money due as soon as fact is ascertained or the mare e panea wiui. and Messrs. Chas. O. Reynolds and residence of Mr. E. L, Samuel with ,NI PEDIGREE.-IVEN-OF- Fls Farmers having real good butcher DESCRIPTION three Inches high, a beautiful David Noble, Storekeepers, the only fifteen the following stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, bar. with blackhands and has fine able and action. B0AKDERS WANTED points, Republicans remaining In the U. S. very fast gait with few days' handlli programme: win receive tne nignest maricet prices and shows Joe Hooker; be byaold Joe Hooker, the sired qy revenue service in this county, were ' Quotations from Kentucky poets. by calling on uacK aaiyers, Mam sire ot Maud Macey record 2:16. 1st dam old Baul, fl4-t- f. BOARDING AT MRS. FKEEMAN'R street she by Alexander's Mambrlno Chief: 2d dam Gray requested by Collector Robinson on Eagle, 4c., 4 c.; old Baul the dam of Mary: she the L Doaruing house. no. va norm be. uair St. Instrumental Solo. Wednesday, and have been sent In, oy ine aaiy or week. All desiring dam ot Carlisle, which sold for $2,000 by John H. uoaru Reading Original Poem. Stater t A neglected cold or cough may Bowen j also Onslaught, sold by Col. R. P. Pepper for board will find b W their interest to mil. and their assignments have been re lead to lneumonla,r.onsumpttan or other fatal MRS. FREEMAN 4 NESBITT. w L COLLINS, W- Address Rev. Geo. Darsle. dliease. Stronff 'a Paotoral Villa vril l.cure a Mar voked to take effect June 1st. cold m by magic. Best thing for dyspepalaJn Intermission. digestion, sick neadache, as tnousanda testify. Review of Chautauqua examination Mr. Rector Crittenden had his face If you want a goodJuicy steak, sweet questions. and arms pretty badly burned Friday 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Vocal Solo Miss Annie Crutcher. store, No. 223 Main street, opponight of last week, at the Carlisle DisAND CEILING fl4-t-f. site Dr. Duvall'p residence. tillery, by an explosion of alcoholic Quiz on Readings. gas,. In the capacity of beer runner Lost. On Saturday, May 1st, a A Reliable Article. he went to a whisky tub to make an small box of Diamond Dyes, contain For enterprise, push and a desire to examination of its contents, when the ing one gross. The finder will please get such troods as will erlve the trade hurts and many sorts of ails of gas Ignlted.from a candle he had in return to this office and receive reward. satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Drug man and beast 'need a cooling gists, ieaa an competition. 'Tfiey sell his hand and flashed up in his face. 2t, lotion. Mustang Liaiment, Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, He Is able to be at work again, howNEATLY EXECUTED BY because it's the best Medicine on the I 'out ot sorts' with headache, aide, ever, his Injuries not being of such a disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or stomach market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and aULOse dose etc . neglect character as to lay him up for more otitieair'a SJaaatlT raw be fwill tire relief, Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents Wile 1 and $1,00. Samples free. tew dem restore to new taetlUi aad Tlfor. May23-lthan a day or two. Mr. H. J. Hyde has reopened his S. M, Davison, is making the race for fruit and vegetable store In the room Jailer from "eend to ee'nd;" and wants In the old Mansion House block, sechis friends to remember that he will ond door from the corner of Main, ployed at the Hemp Mills, was drowned Friday afternoon while in bathing Just below Lock No. 4. Cornice Poles 30 cents each at B. Fob Sale. Fifteen acres of clover, Rogers. standing. Apply to M. L. Crutcher. The opinion of the general public in m regard to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is Fon Rent. House of three rooms confirmed by clergymen, lawyers, public speakers, and actors. All say it Is in Belle Point. Apply on premises to 2t. the best remedy for affections of the Miss Laura Bailey. vital organs, throat, and lungs. Bolls, blotches, pimples, and all skin urn The guards at the Penitentiary are diseases, are quickest cured by cleansnow required to wear a blue cloth ing the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparllla. uniform similar to that worn by the Call at Buckley's and see the Monl- city police. tor coal oil stove, . Louisvllle steam bread and rolls at Kleber's. 8t. frame dwelling of six rooms, located on High street, opposite the Governor's Mansion. Apply to Mrs. Margaret Grlffln, next door. 3t. two-stor- R. ROGERS, -- Fob bent A y DEALER IN- - FURNTUR E COFFINS, AC Por the best Lawn Mowers in the market go to Mastin Bros. Jim O'Donnell. If you want fresh fish cleaned call on Baldness may be avoided by the use Um i 8-- 1 Roller System, 73 vj M . - - MONEY SAVED NOTIGR! FFtwf if mmfs BUSINESS, one-ha- lf KiifeSsSBl ss W. DEHONEY, ss 3u 8--tf FOR SALE Six Beautiful BERBERICH! J. S. BUILDING LOTS. Crum-baugn- DENTIST, n U 's. 0. 0. R0DGERS MON-da- y 10-t- IVEN0FF! FTOST-CLAS- S ; T I ), 7 '6 :1 .la T, rMRST-CLAS- S first-clas- s 11 27-2- WALL Sal-yer- All Sorts of ( Decorations :(l M Stencil "Work, con-stlpatl- E. L. BA.2STTA. ' '':.'-t-"t!t- f . ;'VvY;, - :; " a- - ? .... ,- - ' i 'v i h'p FRANKFORT .V' .M V? w m. W '3 V -- ROUNDABOUT, m . - ' PS- ' f'-- s ".J Milk and butter plentiful. Mr. Jessie Wash, of Wbodloke, paid us a Visit last Tuesday. Strawberries have arrived. Polsgrove We had quite a storm last Sunday Trustee election next'Saturday. Wo arc still living, evening. No damage done. Tobacco setting hns commenced. Curtis Austin, M. D., wn here last Week. Thanks to Mr. Conney Harper for Timely showers the first of the week. D6o. Bftys prnctitd Is good. subscribing to the Roudabout. G. Birchett was ihont little city Mrs. Mollie Cunningham on the sick Dr. John Mr. Nathan Quillln, of Cincinnati, l&8t week. Como ttgtlin, Dots. is here visiting his uncle, Mr. A. W. list. J. B. Sandford and Jas. MoDanicl were Macklin. The acreage in this vicinity will the in Frankfort several days last week. Miss Lizzie Macklin and Miss An- small. trenching last Snnday by Rev. J. A. nie Macklin, of Frankfort, spent last Mr. L D Parrent has been quite sick Head) of Monterey. A large concourse of Tuesday with Mrs. Alaria Murphy. recently. pebble out. Mr. Louis Hockersmtth and wife Several weddings are in bloom in MUs Belle fcardin, of Monterey, wa vis spent last Friday and Saturday with this vicinity. iting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Bandford, sever Mr. Dave Hockersmtth, near Peak's Mr. J. H. Bailey has been to Cincinnl daB lttBt week. Mill. ' nati this week. William Hutchison, while cutting oats for Mr. LeComptennd hisson,Owen,will Miss Bettie 'Wilson, who has been his horse, accidentally got one of his give an entertainment at quite ill, is better. thumbs badly cut. Bald Knob; and next Saturday night W. H. Vories and Wm. Combs 'and fami- at Woodlake. All who have not witMr. Wm. Miller has about completlies, of Monterey, were the guests of J. B. nessed Master Owen in his magnetic ed his pike contract. Sandford and wife last week. feats should go and see him. .The second planting of corn is doing ' There has been some tobacco planted in Sad news Sunday much better than the first. doing well. In fact morning, reached here last this section and com is from Louisville, which Miss Ida Parker, of Alton, visited everything is in a promising condition. caused this entire neighborhood to belter known as "Fish- mourn. It was the death of Mrs. Lil-li- e friends in this place this week. John K. Wilhoit, Miss Kate Jenkins has returned er," drew ft premium of $1,000 or near it Williams, wife of Bro. W. J. Willast week. We are glad to see Fisher so liams, Pastor Providence Church. She home from a visit to Graefensburg. fortunate. leaves an infant son only a few weeks 9Regular services at Evergreen Church We have had a number of gentlemen from old. y at 11 at 3 p. in., and Wo weep to know that she is gone, Eminence and New Cnstlo fishing with us it. m. With us she'll be no more; during the past two weeks. They report Until the resurrection morn Mr. R. H. Wilmot and wife, of fishing good. Upon the shining shore. Graefensburg, were in this burg last The good people of this place have Tuesday. which, they their Sunday-schooMessrs. Ford and Matter's Opera of say, is in a prosperous condition. Meets Fewer persons attended the circus Lena, was well attended last night. every Sunday at 8 p. m. last Saturday from this town than ever on any former occasion. We understand that there will be several Bloomlngton steamers in the Kentucky river trade in a Mrs. Florence Bagan and Miss Laura short time. Wo will be glad to see them Shields, of Alton, visited friends in Cherry cobblers are fashionable. and wish them all success. this place last Wednesday. Spring chickens nre on the bill of We had a gentleman to come down last fare. , Regular services at Bridgeport Chrisy week, and he intended to open an art at 11 o'clock a. tian Church Mrs. Zuba Webster left Monday for m. Rev. T. N. Arnold, pastor. here, but as tha climate didn't suit him he immigrated in his canoe. a visit to relatives in Georgetown. A tenement belonging to Mrs. R. C. Novcs Homo. Mrs. Dr Quarles, who has been quite Crockett was destroyed by fire last sick for some time, we are glad to Thursday. Bob Buckner (Col.), who Hatton. learn is much better. occupied it at the time, lost all his Mr. George Cox, brother of Mrs. J. household plunder. The building was Main.Stbket, Hatton, Ky. Haydon, left Saturday for Sedalia, insured. Dear Nephew: Your Undo Zeke is somewhat indisposed. Missouri, where he will reside" in fuI've had the double breasted black agonies ture. Louisville Tobacco Market. for two weeks. Boneset tea has fixed me Mr. B. G. Williams, of Frankfort, is all right. Mrs. Zeke and the little Zekes visiting: his friends, Messrs. Joe and TUBNI8HED BY OLOVKB & DIU1BETT, FBO- are all well. Very little sickness. PBIETOBS LOUIRVILI.E TOBACCO WABE- Judge Calvert, of Long Branch, this Mrs. Hartford has been very sick. She HOUSE. to-nig- ht proving1. The sick reported, last, week, are im- , - Bridgeport. - '? BUH OBf NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE T roit TMK TONGA is a product of the Tonga or Friendly Am oonrincod. after tcatia k. thai Trmnitjine Islands, where It has long been used as aval-- Poggawa decided aaa marked ettrattre piMMrUea uaDieremeay Dr ine natives. TSwrvriVYo Is a compound of Tonga with Have terted Towoiinne fa aerera! etaec el avwqjVWVtVl other ingredlenta whose curIt hMtjrem ms perfect MUtf action, ative properties have been thoroughly tested. V. Bl UBTMXBKB, . ., MVtOSir, JJI. fe taken fcfwYrvw duces no Internally, and Here ..- unpleasant effects. teetorjr need ToxoAUmt in Neeraleia and Inflaa-mnBM m . jTw. Paoe. M. D.. Vanderooofc. UL It contains no Opium or Morphlno Ifea-ralf- U. - :eii DR. W. , At A. MELLlilt, Sole Proprietor, TOO ai PRICE ONE DOLLAR FDR BOTTLK. dl WAiHHQTOX ATBRVH, 8T LOW Tit . KELLEY, Blue GrassNurseries ! SFSTCCTGrv 1683. ' - I OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNA mental Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits and everything usually found in a Nursery Establishment. Catalogues on application to Mar. H. F. UILLENMEYER, 18-3- treesCtreesi Lexington Ky. IN FBANKFOBT, KY.. . NEW PLANING HILL. to-da- SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. JU1JE 5, 1888. JULY 3d, 1886. J.M.WAKEFIELD HaTlngreoently added tohls Establishment First-Cla- ss JULY 31st, 1886. Is Planing Mill, ktadsof ' ' l, All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the BrlnkerhoR system without using theknifk or ligature and without any pain. now prepared to furnish all FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. y,toiita,te, ALSO MaylO-tf- . N Molding FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. IIEGTAL ULGEH RHD HEGTAL Scroll Workt Stair Work & Tumln Gotten out In the Best Style. gal-lor- GATaRflH that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, Diseased conditions WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by bowel, also treated. a diseased PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists in tbn lower boweL REFERENCES. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort t is now improving. Mad dogs are doing their deadly work. On the 22d of May thero were not less than 25 persons bitten, and the poison took effect t te same day. Some frothed at the mouth, some vomited, some of the poor fellows' eyes were crossed, some yelled like demons. j. Know it was caused by a mad dog bite. I will give you my reasons. Dear nephew, some of the poor unfortunates were Baptists; you know they would never get drunk. They are proverbial for sobriety. One of the number is a granddaddy; the others were Campbellites. They, too, had the line in the wrong place. They will bo sent at once to the Pasture for treatment. Mad stones would not stick. Some one of them, when in a fit, took Mr. Bell's Express Book away with him. Any one returning it will receive his thanks. week. Hatton Imfbovino. & A new store has been opened here, located on Water street, by Lewis Lee, who has a nice lot of groceries and dry goods very cheap.) e The Delivery is nearly completed. Hinges for the door are all it lacks for business. Mrs. H. C. Young's house is about completed. Mrs. Mollie Church, of Franklin county, Preaching the 1st Sunday at 11 a. m. who has been visiting Mr. J. A. Bell and lady, has re turned. homo. The recent storms did us no damage. The depot at this place was destroyed by Mrs. Mastin had a very valuable fire. The origin of the fire is unknown. The building was insured in the Prescott, cow to die last Saturday. Too much of Connecticut. clover. Mrs. Haner and daughter. Miss Chops. Arma, are visiting Mrs. B. F. FireWheat fine Cut worms and grasshop- stone this week. pers are destroying the tobacco and corn. The beaux and belles of Antioch Supposed to be a curse sent on the people turned out en masse to see Barnum. ior electing sacn a legislature. Post-oflic- Nan Forseo and Nora Hay-de- n, of Peak's Mill, were among the visitors at our Sunday-scholast Sunday eve. The smiling face of Mr. Gip. T. Graham was in our village last week, the first time for several months. Come again, Gip. Glad to see you. Messrs. Joe Duvall and Jim Ham are the boss fishermen. On last Saturday they each caught a very large cat fish. Mr. Harp's weighed ten pounds. Your correspondent was invited to partake of it. Sorry could not accept the invitation. The weight of Mr. Duvall's was not ascertained. , One of our young gentlemen left last week to engage in business elsewhere. He said farewell and proceeded sorrowfully on his journey. Ho had traveled about three miles when he met a little boy, so he sat down and wrote her a letter. Alas! Alas! that hearts so devoted should be separated. The maiden still remains disconsolate. Misses ol c The receipts on our market for tho week June just closed 1910 hhds. With sales of 2766 Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to hhds. There has been some improvement any one by addressing in prices in the past week, and the offerings are now appearing in a much better condi- , M. tion. The sales since January 1st amount A few hhds. of extra fine KINDS SCREENED to 57,043 hhds. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, ALL family use.DOUBLE Delivery, Full Prompt wrappery Burley tobacco have been sold Weight, Bottom Prices. ' rncentlv at" nrices ranainz from 818 to CONSULTATION FREE. Dec. $21. The' following quotations fairly repTelephone connection No. 36. resent our market for new Burley tobacco: s-.XjE. $2.75 to $3.60 Dark Trash a.ou to 4.ou MACKX-IN"Colory Trash VACANT LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON Common Lues, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.00 THE north Bide of Holmes street, near M. 5.00 to 7.60 feet on Holmes The lot fronts 69 Colory Lugs FRANKFORT, KY. Is 1,284 feet deep and 80 Common JLear, not coiory.. . o.ou to 8.00 street, end. For price and particulars feet wide at Decf apply to North 8.50 to 13.00 Good Leaf JOHN B. LINDSET Mar. . . 13.00 to 15.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 18,00 25-ly. V. PRApTICE IN :THE COURTS OP Franklin and the adjoining counties, and will also giro special attention to the purchase and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court Honse. ' W. I. KELLEY, 26-l-y. D., Choice Coal Cheap. ....... -- , foe 27-2- Crum-baugh'- s. GEO. S. , 0 0 Most Excellent. Tenn., writes: 'My family and beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found it to be all that you claim for it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to MEN ONLY A OUIDK. PERMANENT. CERTAIN CUREFGR Housekeepers, T Attention! . ' 4 J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox-vill- e, LortniagMaiood.yarTOeMs icK or Met, vo . Heaeaw in a dariOarseiunall wiuiin a muptn. ho Deception r rocuiye rron, iau aeecn prion ana f Jetterpfadriee in plain aoaied 17STBualo.N.T. Oaaaed by lndiMretlctu. treng?, reveuopmezu,' - KEEP CONSTANTLY 1 Cooper's and Nelson's IN STOCK. COX'S, I are norLraaoaanr. rr GELATINE MKUG POWDEBS. MKDIOAL OO..P.O. Drawer Which are quranteed the best , Antlocn. 1 whom I have recommended it, praise it at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affection of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottles free at Jos. LeCompfe's Drug Store. Large 'size $1.00. 3 Turnpike Meeting. e, Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK & Vanilla, AUTHORITY GIVEN A MAJORITy'OF THE stnclrhnldeni of tha Plum Bmnch and Bald Knob Turnpike Road Company In the charter of sold road,' notice Is hereby given that there will be a My own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best I can buy, and attention is especially called to my - meeting oi the stockholders or saia roaa at uaia Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. on the first Saturday In June, Knob School-hous1886, at hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., to elect a board of Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. ' five directors for the ensuing year. Don't fall lo give me a trade. Given under my hand this 10th day of April,-188R. A. THOMSON, ! Presiding Judge Franklin County Court.. 'April PEPPER, JDBEPH - LbCDMPTE , 17-t- THE SOUTH SIDE DETJGGIST. Even the old folks went too. Bisvvu. There will be a lecture given at the The hearts of the people of Kentucky are Antioch Church on the 1st Sunday (the overflowing with gratitude to the greatest 5th) at 7:45 p. m. Everyone invited. showman on earth for taking in his employ We have a young lady friend that the Members of the Legislature. All but 5 can beat any of the boys or girls either were employed by Barnum. Ashing. We don't blame the flsh for News fbom New Libebty, Owek County, biting at her nook, we would were we a flsh. , Bald Knob must prepare to receive a large crowd on the 12th of June from what we hear. We learn that the President has succeeded in getting some of the Frankfort teachers to be and take part in fresentAntioch, won't you go? An Efficient Remedy In all cases of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections Is Ayer's .Cherry Pectoral. As such it is recognized and prescribed by tho medical profession, and In many thousands of families, for tho past forty years, it has been regarded as an invaluable household remedy. It is a preparation that only requires to bo taken in very small quantities, and a few 'doses of it administered in the early stages of a cold or cough will effect a speedy cure, and may, very possibly, save life. Thero is no doubt whatever that LAKEJCE!! PREPARED TO FURNISH at my stand. I AMany quantity and at all times,PURE LAKE ICE In CHOICE FRESH FISH JAMES OJDONNELL, Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. T ttb m-ii- Mi Always on hand. Send In your orders. wtxcox and lwaya annua Are perfectly v art uwuv rniiMiv dt i0OO Amen tm Women, aaju-aaueice-l Don't waaf etbera,erCali -!- -. R money on wetrtlUeaa aaaa. Tit atnu or Wmmmmr aura. tma uy an tn ibt addreaa. Bend i eents tor a-- incmo riia., ra ; The druggists' wives and children of that place have all gotten well since the Governor vetoed the bill taking snake Juice from the free people of that benighted section of the State: The druggists of New Liberty will be for the Governor for U. S. Senator. This is the last communication you will receive from Zeke Yocum, for tho present at least. The Bald Knob delegation were out in force Saturday, hunting me with Did not learn the cause. My friends tell me that I have enough sense to , Bet turkeys' and no more. , How aro the Swiss getting along with their vineyard? The np from Bald Knob, Forks Elkhorn, Peak's Mill, Bridgeport and, other precincts are on sale at Mr. Ballow's , .Frankfort, Ky., at 20 cents per dozen. From your sick uncle, Zeke Yocum. shot-guns. jugs-gathereV . April 17-t- f. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Has preserved tho lives of great numbers of persons, by arresting tho development of Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, and by .the euro of those dangerous maladies. It should bo kept ready for use in every family where there are children, as it is a medicine far superior to all others in the .treatment of Croup, the alleviation of Whooping Cough, and the cure of Colds .and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of tho utmost importance. The Joss of a singlo day may; In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not 'waste preclouB time In experimenting with medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the malady is constantly gaining a deeper bold, but take at onco tho speediest and most certain to cure, NEW COAL il BEST YAED! VMbVluVlwisss ill decat; DiBinn WfEiiLKAsf A Life Experience. Eemarkabie and qulolc cures. Trial Faolcago&i Send stamp for sealed particular. Addreu Or. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo. Forks of Elkhorn. MIW-- We take pleasure in stating that Mlas Nannie Browder, Miss Loulie Wiard, Col. John L. Scott and Col. Thomas B. Ford will be at Bald Knob on the 12th, and take part in the proceedings of the meeting. We want every friend of the common schools to be present on that day, especially the teachers and trustees of. the Bala Knob) and Flat Creek precincts. Turn out and make it a day long to be remembered as the happiest and'gredtest day of your life. . T. HUNTEK.f South Frankfort.we are prepared at all times to furnish the TTAVING RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN GRADES OF COAL! AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Rmnflh office and scales at H. R. Williams' trrocerr. corner of Second and Bridge streets, South Frank-- t IOrt. All oraers win raxuvc iruuin aucuuuii. & S. & J. H. TOLD. DecU-tf- . The Mirror er that almost cheats the looking-glass. Pns.F.C.T.A. - ' Weather cooler. The 2d Saturday in June would be a good time for the city teachers to visGreen .apple pies are about ripe. it their country cousins and enjoy Farmers are busy setting tobacco their hospitality at tho Knob. Won't plants. you go and see for yourselves? Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPARED BY DWELLING HOUSE TWO STORY FRAME repair, four rooms andAND I lot House In good two fifty feet front and one hundred and kitchens, Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHB, No. 885 Broadway. OS Sa-- X is no flatterer. Would you make it tell sl sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm- Dr J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Haw. Sold by all Druggists. Lot ninety-tw- o feet deep. Situated east of the corner of Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort Apply to Max. 13-8- $&&&fr. &&