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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886062601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,7f- Iw''' (QEOROEA I MP Frankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR LEWIS, Publisher. "Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE-2- 6, 1886. Number 4&? Mr. Frank C. Hutchison realized Educational. $185 from his benefit on Wednesday i.vi. T,. n. Pninnni. of Ashland, is evening. The rendition of tho Mikado The Franklin County Teacher's Association will hold its next meeting at visiting her mother in this city. K was equal to any of tho previous perPeak's Mill, KAMiss Lizzie Phythiun, of Newport, is formances, and Frank received a peron Saturday, the 10th of July, 188G, visiting relatives in this city. Sa fect ovation when ho made his appear- and we hope the friends of common Mr. Will Ltndsey returned Friday ance on the stage. schools in the vicinity and throughout from the "University of Virginia. the precinct will turn out en masse to Polsjjrove. welcome them and cheer them on In Miss Belle Giltner left yesterday for their endeavor to awaken a greater inrelatives. iw. Bourbon county to visit Plenty of rain" and weeds growing terest in common school education. Miss Jennie McDonald is at home nicely. The following programme has been from school at Nazareth Academy. sick selected for the occasion: William Hutchison is on the 1 Devotional Exercises. . John D. Woods left Tuesday list. 2. Address T. Hunter. G)rning for n visit to friends in BowMost every farmer is now busy har3. Essay Deportment of Teachers-M- iss ling Green. vesting. Maggie Downey. Mr. T. Jr. Porter and wife, of CovThe steamer Maggie Bell passed up 4 Text Books T. B. Ford. in this ington, are visiting relatives 5. Select Reading Miss Ida Bell. yesterday with a barge of coal. Personal. R. K. McCLURE, Would announce to his friends that his - SPUING STOCK -- OF- w-Dr- Boots, Shoes. Bats , Books, Is now complete. Thankful for the fa. . mm Neal Taylor,- - our city blacksmith, Mr. Jas. F. Meek, wife and daughter, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting friends was in Monterey one day last week. in this city. John W. Hieatt spent a couple of Thurs-tgai'- :' days In Franuiort a snort time since. iSpMrs. Margaret McEnnis left day morning for Columbia, Penn-tiH- ? Stephen Harrod and Noble Owen, :i'"- sylvania, to visit her mother. from Bagdad, were In our town last TV Willlimi TTimi Hnrris. of Grav- - week. BX-fion Springs, has been in the city for Wm. Hutchison and C. II. Vnught KeFRftvprwl clnvs vtaitinir friends. attended church In Monterey Saturday i &fr. W. J. Chinn. ir.. returned homo and Sunday Frijlnv Afternoon of last week from the J. K. Wilholte, one of Polsgrove's Wi- - University of Virginia. most prominent citizens, spent MonHf left Thursday day in Frankfort. v.AIrs. Geo. A. Lewis alii a aiternoon ior ienneus, aiiwnuri, mr u J. B. Sanford, wife and little Lillian visit nf Movoml weaks to relatives. spent last week visiting friends and "" : rA juoire w. a., oneeti, unu, ...,,.. t relatives m Monterey. wue - Tuesday morning for a trip to Owens-- , R. C. Hieatt has some of the finest boro, Henderson and Paducah. tobacco we have seen this season. It ' Rnniw .Tnhn V. Tinhiinnnn left lias ten leaves. Who can beat it? Thursday for Covington to take deposiA number of persons from this place tions in a big law case he has on hand attended church at Lebanon last Sungood day. They Dr. Powell Itowlett, of Kensee, an unusuallyreport acrowd. meeting and large n Whitley county, spent several days in Only one boat a week. May not be this city the first of the week visiting that soon for the rates have been re.friends. so there is not much money to Misses Ann Luckett and Bettie Tay- - duced, ' 1..- FH.t.. aH Uli uicUim i'.!. Cl n.n lOIUIIf, Mra vv. be made. Captain Pence says he is till, Ul IIHO tlVJ', soon. ,W. J. Worthington, of Greenup, Gree coming nup county. A protracted meeting began Satursevleft Monday for day at 11 a. m., and will continue may Mr. Tom Newman eral weeks. It is hoped they Crab Orchard Springs, where he will have a good meeting and a great deal have charge of the ollice of the Hotel of good be done. It will be conducted during the season. by Revs. Head and Burton. Mr. P. Fall Taylor, of Louisville, Sunday, June 13, the new bridge jtif. came up Tuesday to attend the wed-P- across Drcnnpn was washed away and Miss Jouett Taylor, dlug of his sister, by an hour's rain. It had just been wr vim .ur. wun n. j antes. completed at a cost of $10,000 to Col. Frank S. Owens, of Mnysville, Henry County. There was a law suit and Mr. lliehard S. Stanton, of Carroll-to- pending about an over charge of $1,000. Now the county propose to sue for attended the McLean-Stantwedding in this city Thursday. damages. o Miss Lena Coke, of Woodford counRenews Her Yotitli. hero ty, who has been attending school the past winter, left Saturday for WinMrs Phoebe Ceesley, Peterson, Clay county, Iowa, tells the following rechester to visit Iter sister. is Mrs. Dr. L. M. Maus. who has been markable story, the truth of whichthe past two vouched lor by tho residents of visiting relatives here tor the years town: "I am months, left Wednesday morning for troubled with73Kidney old, have been complaint and her home at Fort Lincoln, Dakota. lameness for many years; could not Wr. Thrw. Tnnnnr returned Tuesdav dress myself without help. Now I am evening from Cincinnati, where he has free from all pain nncrsoreness, and am been employed for the past month in able to do all my own housework. I the printing ollice of his brother. owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for T?intn n nnsinl onrd we learn thatour having renewed my youth and removbid friend, Dr. J. G. Hatchitt, is doing ed completely all disease and pain." Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos. well at his new home in San Marcial, 4 drug store. Spcorro county, New Mexico, and his family are enjoying fine health. Mrs. Dr. Frank P. Green, who has Louisville Tobacco market. been visiting her mother in this city FURNISHED BT OLOVEB & DUBIiETT, PIJO- fc for several months, left Monday mornFUIETOB3 LOUISVILLE TODACCO WAUE- ing for San Francisco, California, to IIOUSE. join her husband, who has located in Tho Roles on our ranrket for the week that city. amounted to 2,970 hhds. with Mary L. Merchant, who has just closed '2,6(50 hhds. for the snme period. Miss :, been attending school at Camden Point, rcceiptfl of snles since January 1st amount to Missouri, is spending the vacation The 07,870 hhds. The market has advanced with her parents, Mr. Ellsha Merchant materially during tho week on colory low and wife, in this city. grades, while the modium grades of iillers Miss Bodle Combs, of Lenneus, Mi- have remained about stationery and the extent. ssouri, who has been visiting her best grades lmvo weakened to somethroughhad good cousins, Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis and Miss Wo have recently the setting rains average of an Belle Giltner, in tms ciiy, me past iwo out tho State and crop has boon completed. Tho following weeks left Tuesday morning for Emi- quotations fnirly represent our markot for nence, and from thence returned home. Now Burloy: 3.00 to $8.G0 We regret to learn that the wife of Dark Trash 8.50 to C.C0 our friend, L. L. Anderson, Esq., of Colory Trash Louisville, is lying at the point of Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to COO -. v M--v city 0 con. 7. Select The Institute T. E. Utterback. Reading Miss Mary Ba- 8. Satire T. B. Ford. 9. Miscellaneous Business. LIBERAL PATRONAGE We will always do By the Committee. i ,,. u-i- About twenty years ago I discovered a little sore on my cheek, and the doctors pronounced it cancer. I have tried a number of physicians, but without receiving any permanent benefit. Among the number were one or two specialists. The medicine they applied was like fire to the sore, causing intense pain. I saw a statement in the papers telling what S. S. S. had done for others similarly afflicted, I pro- Give it a Fair Trial. Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- tinuance of the same, ASSURING YOU THAT AS WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER THAN YOU . P. cured some at once. Before I liad used the second bottle the neighbors April 17, 1886. could notice that my cancer was healing up. My general health had been bad for two or three years I had a hacking cough and spit blood continually. I had a severe pain in my breast. After takintr six bottles of S. S. S. my cough left me, and I grew stouter than I had been for several years My can- With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. cer has healed over njl out a little spot just received and it is about the size of a half-dimrapidly disappearing. I would advise every one with cancer to give S. S. S. a fair trial. CAN DO ELSEWHERE. DELIGHTED! We have UYERS e, Miia Feb. St. Nancy J. McCoxaugiiey, Ashe Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind. 16, 1886. 157 New Spring and Summer Atlanta, Ga. New York, The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, W. 23d S' Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear, .PA n, Jett. on - e's Mrs. Levi Cruteher is still very ill. Tho Cooking Club met at Miss May Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and Trambo's Thursday night. are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Master Owen Furr, of Frankfort, is, visiting Mr. L. A. Owen. Mr. Milton Craig and family left for Colorado this week. Miss Nona Goodwin, of Frankfort, is visiting relatives here this week. Miss Mattie Horton, of Yarnellton, is visumg mra. a. xv. oimw. READ! READ! Mrs. E L. South started last Monday for a trip through the upper counties. Besides her own book, "Wayside Notes," she is agent for Mrs. Reed's book, "Life of Judgo Reed." We wish her a prosperous trip. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. PRICES REDUCED! Yum-Yu- m. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! m J KENTUCKY'S E0UTE EAST fou & NEW YORK. We do not expect to make money on every article we sell; our plan is to close out the last piece of goods in every purchase we make. We frequently buy large lots in order to get prices to suit, and have large enough to keep accumulated stock. not store-roo- WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE WE HAVE SOME RARE AND ARE BARGAINS! Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars FOR .A. SOLID 1? IR .A. FHOJt I 2T GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. '!) Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, "WEITZEL CAPITAL H. Q. c3C O'lDOnSTHSTEI-il-j- , WEITZEL'S NEW BLOCK. 225 ST. CLAIR STREET, 'dpi '"i3Eli WASHINGTON CITY, N. B. 1,000 Romnents of all kind of goods at your own price. tr, - death at Waupacca, Wis., whither she was taken In hopes of benefit. If not relief, from a complication of diseases. Col. Thos. Rodman and daughter, Miss Lizzie, left Tuesday morning to attend the mqeting of the General Association of the Baptist Church at Bowling Green, and to visit Col. Hodman's brother, Dr. James Hodman, at Hop-klnsvill-e. Connecting In same depot with fast trains for 5.60 to 7.fi0 Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory... 0.50 to 8.00 8.00 to 11.00 IfcTIE-WGood Leaf 11.00 to 18.00 Fino Leaf THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 13.00 to 18.00 TOIEeZK:, ART , LYNCHBURG, Keynote to Health. DANVILLE, MA-TTERTST- frl n ( r Jk NORFOLK, Health is wealth. Wealth means AND ALI, independence. Tho Keynote- is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, m tho best Cough Syrup in the world. the For tickets and further Information apply to your The residence of Rev. Father L. Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in Connearest torn Chest, Bronchitis and primary Young, on St, Clair streLis being handsJPpe one will sumption. Ono dose gives relief in C. W. SMITH, H. W, FULLER, down and a more every case. Tako no other. Price Qonoral Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., be erected on its site. Mr. JMike Buck- f0 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & 1 Chiles. Richmond, Vibqinia. ley has the contract. tlcket-otllc- No, 439 Main St,, Over Cruteher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House GALLERY! Prop'r, ySn3 '"''saw? FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. l SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. awkB v5Bfei ' AEkMT JLXV" ,. v "' '" ' - ' '" ' " ""VS. ..' ' - " ' ' V4 : v .',,v ."V"c ' K&m .rv" .:..," v-v- -V' jj, ff'V " 'ttfmsm -- i FRANKFORT Entered attlie post-offi- ce ROUNDABOUT. Ed. Hensley, Chas. E. Taylor, Pat. at Eranklorti Kentucky asuicond class mailable matter. t " '- - GEORGE A. LEWIS, FRANKFORT, JUNE 20, 188G. McDonald, and Richard Tobin. Gov. Knott issued an order closing all tho public ofllces on tho Capital Square from 12 o'clock, in., on the day of the funeral, and the City Council met in called session on Monday afternoon and adopted the following resolutions: BOTTOM MOCKED OUT I it Deatli of Hon. S. I. M. Major. It it- - Resolved, By tho Board of Council of tho city of Frankfort that wo hnvo hoard with profound regret and sorrow of tho death of is with no ordinary sadness that Hon. S. I. M. Mnjor, formerly n member of of we take up our pen to chronicle the tho Council, nnd for ninny years Mayor M. tho city. In the death of Hon. S. I. fact set forth in the heading to this Major, tho State has lost a useful nnd emiarticle. nent citizen, society an accomplished and Samuel Ira Hunger Hajor was born genial gentleman, his family an indulgent of fnther and brother, at the suburban residence of his father, fort a friend who at and tho citywas Frankwilling nil times S. I. H. Hajor, sr. (the house standing to sacrifice his own personal and private where the residence of Mrs. E. 0. interests for tho welfnro and prosperity of Williams now stands), in September, tho city.the Mayor bo requested to issue a That 1830, thus making him in his 5(ith proclamation asking the people to suspend year. His mother was Miss Hartha business during tho time of tho funeral. respect, That, as Bohannan, a refined, accomplished, will attend a further mark nofbody, and we a his funeral in and highly educated lady. committeo is appointed to make such arAfter having acquired a thorough rangements for tho funeral as they may and extended classical and collegiate deem necessary. That wo tender our sympathies to tho education, he devoted a few years to family of Col. Major, nnd tho Clerk is diteaching and surveying. His tastes rected to forward a copy of these resolu-tioi.engrossed on parchment, nicely running in a literary line, he became, framed, to the son of tho deceased. $20,000 LESS T IT FROM THE T-ZEaCITZE! CLGTING STOCK ! :M us s, GREAT SALE UNDERWRITERS, HEW YORK, X1t ? ft I m 8 v The undersigned, formerly apprentices and employee of the Yeoman Omce, desire to testily to tho noble qualities of our deceased friend and benefactor, Col. S. I. M. Major, whose sad death occurred Monday morning Juno 21st, 1886. d A. more kind and man wo . have never known, and each of us greatful-l- y acknowledges the personal benefits ho has extended us, in not only nlfordiug opportunity to us as boys entering on the threshold of life's active duties, but in the generosity ever displayed by him to his employes. The influence of his philanthropic nature upon our lives and the "ves of others cannot be compiled, and eternity can only reveal k. The coarago inspired in tho3o who bad reason to be depressed, and the hope rekindled in their breasts by his liber$25,000. al encouragement, mark the brigtitest place He was Mayor of the city of Frank in our memory. It is only in our personal fort for some six or eight years and relation to him that wo give expression to testimony, for n generous was elected to the Legislature in 1807, our sorrowful fail to accord him people cannot again in 1885. He was Public of praise in relation ta his publio his meed and services. Printer from 1857 to 18G0 and again Having so often and so liberally extended from 18GG to 1884. He was a member tho helping hand to others, may he not fail tho great beyond. of the Democratic State Central Com- of his reward in Daniel Shekhan, Pat. McDonald, mittee for some twenty years. L. B. Mabshall, John W. Payne, Dan J. McOabty, John Meaoheb, In 1802 he was married to Miss Guy Bahijett, Geo. L. Patne, Mary B. Scott, the eldest daughter of . C. Eodeiit, J. M. Case, Col. B. AV. Scott, by whom he had Dan. Meaoueb, Dan Dbiscoll, James L. Tobin, several children, but only one survives. John Weitzel, liberal-hearte- about 1850, associated with Mr. Win. Tanner in the publication of the Ken tucky Yeoman, and continued one of its editors and proprietors until its suspension in March. His fondness for books and his retention of the in- formation thus gathered was a marvel, being able to quote, almost word for word, article after article entire. This led him, early in life, to commence the accumulation of a library, and his success was such that at the first of this year, his library was, by all, conceded to be the finest private collection in the State, and cost him upwards of WILL ARRIVE JUNE 20TH. ', CRUTCHER & STARES. -S- DE3LA.UL UI1CD. In this city, on Monday, June 21, 1886, Charles Gheshaji, Infant son of Judge W. L. and Mrs. Sue Jett, aged 6 months. At the residence of Mr. Jell. Miner, In this county, on Wednesday, June 23d, 1886, Mr. Stei-eJohnson, after an Illness of many months with conn MASTIN BROS. DEALERS IN sumption. NOTIOB. Meat Store For Sale! UNDERSIGNED HAS A FIRST-CLAS- S store for sale, on a good business strett. All the store fixtures and butcher tools are Just as good as new. I desire to change business. Will sell tho outilt In lots to suit purchaser. M. BUCRKHARDT. June Farming Implements Field Seeds m JLJLVVM WW1.-- TJT Sf JLPWlBlf WVm tY WW aft. , I. re,' iWK K - ,.w ,v. tf fe I; His wife preceded hiin to the grave Thos.N. Heffneb, Wm. Connob, A. Joyce, J JiiN i. O r KJL. but scarce a year ago, and left him a . J. RoBEliTlt, Con. McAuxiffe, Jb., Geo. A. Lewis. J. B. Lewis, lonely and mourner. ZLSrOTXaiEL In the social circle Col. S. I. M. Major At a meeting of tho Frankfort Typowas one of the most agreeable and en- graphical Union, No. 1G4, tho following resA MEETING OF THE ST0CK-- 1 THERE WILL-Rtertaining men we ever knew. It was olutions wore adopted: REAPERS & MOWERS. holders of the Bagdad. Jacksonville and St. Company at F. P. Lewis' store, In Whebeab, It has there that his friends knew and loved God to remove from pleased tho Almighty John's Turnpike Belle Point, on Wednesday, July 7th, lfiSG. ny order our midst oui friend of the President, yjSSSJTkkWxfSktmSmktWiM DAVE MOORE. These machines are unexcelled for him best. Under the warming influ- and Col. S. I. M. Major, late June JfyTTnii-nWBMwnl"' ' a ' ufi ence of their enjoyment his conversa- proprietor of the Yeoman nnd Public Printliu'ffi35WvvwrriM..;im l simplicity, durability and lightness er tion, wit and wisdom would flow from it and Binder of Kentucky, therefore, be Dissolution of draft. A full line of repairs in Partnership. mannytUfiwaui. ?; tSiMTJiitr, twit- JCTS of his lips in a brilliant stream. rpjjfeitr stock. Call and examine our stock Resolved, That in the death of Col. Major PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING A Democrat of the strictest school, the State loses a before buying elsewhere., N. I. McDanlel, J. G. conscientious citizen, his son a kind, THE firm name Brawner and & McDanlel. In unhe always gave and received the sturthe of Brawner der the frater- livery business In Belle Point, Is this day dissolved gentle and indulgent father, and diest blows that could fall, but in pri- nity one of its truest, strongestour and no- by mutual consent. J. G. Brawner retting. N. I. McDanlel vate life his personal friendships were blest friends. Defending the right, smiting 8tU"a' will continue the business at the old the wrong, protecting the weak, and dealing J. G. BRAWNER, not bounded by his political horizon. N. I. McDANIEL justice to all people, he was a gallant, noble, June He scorned the little meannesses of manly man, whoso death will bo mourned Has just recivod his large narrow-minde- d men, and was charita- wherever ho was known. To his fatherless child and grhjf stricken relatives an3 friends ble in his judgments to all. we extend our deepest sympathy, and trust In late years, misfortunes fell thick they will find relief with us in feeling that d WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE OFand fast about his pathway. He saw tho spirit of so true a gentleman is at homo committee until three o'clock, p. m., of July 10th. 1886. to build a pier at Reynold's Mill, on his fortune drift away, until at last his in that "house not made with human hands, the Stamping Ground and Woodlake pike. SpecifStoves, Grates & Mantels.' the unications can be seen house, home, and library were all eternal in the heavens."resolutions bo print- dersigned committee.by calling on either of the right Resolved, That these The Board reserves gone, and then, a broken hearted man, ed in tho Frankfort papers and an engross- to reject any and all bids. Call nnd examine tho- STEPHEN THOMASSON.l ed copy furnished the son of our decoased he laid himself down in sorrow to ELIJAH THRELDKELD, f Committee. BENJAMIN EMERSON, friend. SOUTHERN QUEEN breath his last. j J. A. LYON, Fbey, ) Emile F. His funeral services took place June Com, O. H. Stiveus, Wrought Steel Range, from the Episcopal Church in this city, W. P. SlIEEHAN ) The new Library Lamps, now Gas Fixtures on Tuesday afternoon at half past three the famous Capital Lodoe, I. O. O. F. o'clock, and the large congregation Resolutions of JOHN DAILY. LIVING ON THE FRANKLIN BY Owen turnpike IB WMM from that filled the house, was a tribute to Whebeas, It has pleased an All Wise Pro- Frankfort, two harrowroad, one mileone theacity of hogs about and half vidence to romovo from our midst Chevalier mh ummu the estimation in which ho was held S. I. M. Major, therefore bo it rears oin weienine aoout one iiunureu una nuy ids each, one black and tho other black with white in the community that was always his Resolved, That in tho death of our broth spots, which I luivo appraised at live dollars each. j to many other useful articles too nu-- v witness my nunu mis znn nay oi .June, im. er, Col. S. I. M. Major, wo recognize the inhome. mcrouH to mention, ' nil nt thn R. A. THOMSON, J. . C. C. evitable, and in faith His remains were followed to their como before Thee, Oh and hope we humbly June 2C4t. LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. God! and pray that .last resting place by Canton Berry, No. tho soul of our brother may rest in ponce. FOR LEASE FOR TERM OF YEARS. Resolved, That in the death of our broth6, and Capital Lodge, No. G, I. O. O. F., BUILDING Mnjor, Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering of both of which organizations he was er, Col. S. I. M.Chevalierwehavelosta friend, THE HOCSE INbyMANSION HOUSEresidence, on Huly occupied we have lost a of tho most exem- Main street, opposite JohnEnglno us u containing House, tho tJUD UKblttg IU1U yiUlUUtllUl an honored member, the former hav- plary character; wo hnvo lost n cultured 14 rooms, to which can be added 4 or 8 nioro rooms fMvA mA n. nftlL required. ing charge of the remains and per- gent.etnnn; a man without mnlico toward If private It Is the best location In Frankfort for a or boarding house. Apply to forming their beautiful burial service anyone, but with charity toward all; a man June hotel JNO. HALY. generous heart; faults ho may of brave at the grave; the City Council, City have had;and bury them in his grave. His we NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Police, the former employes of tho virtues wo will remember and cherish as long ' C. Yeoman Qfiice, the Roundabout and as we live. WILL BE AN EXAMINATION OF That tho Capital force, and a long line of mourn- as Resolved, of respect members of tho Lodge, THERE for positions as teachers In the FrankCARPENTER AND BUILDER. to our decoased broth- fort Public School on Monday. June 21, 1886, In Odd a mark General Insurance Agent, ing friends. er, wear the usual badge of mourning for Fellow's Hall. Examination to commence on Monday at 8 o'clock, a., m,, nnd continue Ave days. TJA8 REMOVED HIS SnOP FROM SOUTH That our departed friend had faults thirty days. Frankfort to the Saw and Planlnu Mills of Applicants are required to register their names with Ofllco on Main St., Opposite Farmers' Bank.'' That a copy Wakefield and West, where he prepared no one will deny, but tho mantle of be Resolved, tho family of these resolutions the undersigned on or before tho day of examina- work Those who contemplateIs building, to do any either In sent to of the deceased, and tion. By order of the Board of Trustees of the PubREPRESENTING the city or country, are requested to give him a call. charity should fall over them, and let that tho city papers bo requested to pub- lic School. Orders for Job Work will be received by telephone W. S. DEHONEY, Sec'y. B. T. P. S. lish tho same. us remember his brilliant and lovable No. 4P,and will receive prompt attention. IS Leading American and Foreign Conpioi, April CHAS. F. EXUM, ) qualities. Friend of our youth and THOS. B. FORD, ) Committee. WITH OVBK J. B. LEWIS, maturer years, farewell. JASON CASE, J $ioo,ooo,ooo.qo., ASSETS. The following gentlemen acted as Juno 21at, 188G. R. C. STEELE, rrvX.HJ1 x'uiiiir.3 lYiuiiriPi un, ,..-- .. rnur-m. T.,, .r Altai pall bearers: Gov. J. Proctor Knott, 1 ertv nt lowMt rates. Agent Anchor Line of MA.tt.ItI HUD. Mayor. E. II, Taylor, Jr., Gen John REAL ESTATE AGENT, Steamship. npaiu Ticket sold from unyApr.i7-iy- In point FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, Great Brlttaln or Ireland. At the J. Ilodman, Hon. Jas. AV. Tate, Judge this city, residence of Mr.June H. Williamson, near FRANKFORT, KY on Wednesday, 2a, 1880, by Rev. H. THE TrkVv nrnWl-ir G. AV. Craddock, Hon. Grant Green, E. Caldwell, Mr. Wkkx (Ihayson, of Westnort, Indi- OFFERS HI8 SERVICES TO years TRADE AS AN nvA having had twelve experience, as ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN www 'Wvwlr Jicuiyjj K)Jk.vm Tf wi iv WILL the or adjacent counties. Messrs. E. L Samuel, E. S. Theobald, ana, and Mrs. Emily C. Williamson, of this comi- Revenue Gauger. In to business. ty. Prompt attention MayZJ-bai- . orders. Telephone No. 11. cutea at tins omce. Wm. "w. 2G-t- f. p. sueeuan, THE -7,77 f. tlMOm Binders,: 'wm 'Jtf sad-heart- ed McCormick fellow-citize- n, 2C-l- t. " mwmmm'iii - true-hearte- d, strong-minde- d, ?mswm 25-- J. T. BUCKLEY -- -- Notice to Contractors. UNDER-slgne- SPRING- STOCK iU WiiinSffiVi'ii I 1 m fe 'K?4 iff A, 'J&wji Wi 2G-2- t. - Taken up as a Stray. o kjjl w kj tn.ts 'AIj ft.j jf 2C-l- F. HUGHES, 17-S- Practical Gauger, iu'tm ,w . .- ;.xa T.' ?. 'J tffd "im! '"11 r '' tfttftian.sis'ii WMVtmamatMmmjmauaMnMnmmsm. pw ii 4 Tfmmmmmmmmm mi ii M7'r7;f m V' """ . . ; f. - f ', '. A ' . ''.';. " , - ' - ' ' ) ' ,. ' Ml . .: M IMmSM ,?'. ' W.tJt'','" maim uiaa FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 188G. hah . MVSm4 . FRANKFORT, JUNE 20, Republican Ticket. August election, issc. For Oounty Judgo, WM. II. MUMUY. Mi r Wn Mil I For Circuit Cork, JUNIE TODD. For County Olork, A. B. HAMMOND. For County Attornoy, I3AAC T. WEST. For Assessor, DAVID DALTON. mot?' For Coroner, a i 0. C. MERCHANT. Have used Tongaline extensively in Dr. W. I. Kelly, of Cincinnati, will bo at the Capital Hotel next Saturday, neuralgia and rheumatism. Find It a all easy and efficient remedy. July 3d, for tho treatment of patients. safe, of neuralgia or rheumatic In pains cases seems to be a specific. The sale of tho personal property of it C. W. Pjrindle, M. D., the late John Henderson, Esq., took Grand Rapids, Mich. place on Thursday, and the general The festival given by the ladies of tho average of prices was good. Baptist Church Tuesday night was a Dr. Daniel Gober, of this city, and splendid success. A largo crowd atDr. Ed. McD. Gober, of Bullitt county, tended on Tuesday evening, but nothave purchased of Dr. Thos. H. Hud- withstanding the ladies had so many son his nine cottages on Short street, delicacies leftover that a dinner was South Frankfort, for $0,500. given on Wednesday, in order to disof Uncle pose of them. The receipts from both Mr. J. C. Rogers, John Henderson, deceased, has pur- amounted to $2o7.8-3- . chased the greater part of the wagons, Mr. A. W. Overton has built a beauteams, &c, and expects to continue the tiful residence opposite the Public transfer, hauling, and sand business at School grounds, and he has very genthe old stand. Telephone 100. use of his piazza to erously offered son-in-law Call at Buckley's and see the Monitor coal oil stove. Jno. T. Buckley is aerent for the Fa vorite gasoline stove, the best in the R. ROGERS, -- DEALER IN- - marKot. Tho verdict of everybody: "Howard Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are the finest drinks in town." Buckley has a nice assortment in English majolica ware at city prices. FURN TUfiE COFFINS, &C. Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices Cornice Poles by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main street. fW-t- f. o d Window Mm Uiiiustloii.sicklic.iduclio us thousands testily. io:ul to I'npuinonlii.consuinptlon or other fatal Strons'o Pectoral Plllo ".! euro a cold an by numm. i;c.tiliinc:ordyspppsl.i,Iii Danger ! A nugluctcil cold or cough may A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, ICY. For Juilor, ELI MoDANIEL. MtSkv ' For School Commissioner, LEMUEL WENTWORTH For Magistrates, First District, J. B. LEWIS, '. W. P. EMERSON. Cathartic Pills, entirely vegetable, have been tested forty years, and are acknowledged to be the best remedy for torpidity of the liver, costiveness and all derangements of the digtslive apparatus. m Avoid, hv nil means, the use of Calo Ayer's mel for bilious complaints. the th School Board to sit on and watch the progress of the New School building, and we are creditably informed that his kind offer will be accepted, provided a majority of the City Council don't hold a called meeting and resolute against the invitation. Try Howard Bro's. soda water and All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. May8-lv- . ginger ale. L. F. Cojipton. w. C. Macklin. Louisville steam bread and rolls at 8t. Kleber's. COittPTON & MACKLIN, If you want a good juicy steak, sweet PROPKlKTOnS hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salver's store, No 223 Main street, oppo- ELKH0R1T ROLLER MILLS, f!4-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. f. t & j The trustees of the Bellepoint Pub" lie School have elected Miss Minnie For Constable, First District, Gaines principal. Mis3 Gaines is a gradW. S. SAFFELL. uate of Excelsior Institute, holds a State certificate, and has experience in The marriage of Mr. J. Gray McLean, Private Secretary to Gen. Hew-et- t, teaching and will no doubt give generand Miss Lutie Stanton, the al satisfaction to her patrons. handsome and stylish daughter of Maj. Examination. H. T. Stanton, took place at the resiThose desiring certificates as teachers dence of the bride's parents, South in tho common schools In Franklin Frankfort, on Thursday evening, at 8J o'clock. The wedding was strictly county will be prompt to appear at the private, there being only a few inti- office of Col. T. B. Ford, at 10 a. m., in mate friends of the couple present. the Public Square, at Frankfort, on the The ceremony was performed by Rev. 3d Saturday in July, which is the regG. C. Kelley, of the Methodist Church. ular day set by law for the examinaQuite a number of handsome and tion of teachers. Jno. S. Harrod, Supt. costly presents were received. From a dispatch in the Courier-Journ- al rvs 'y another large and intelligent audience. It was given as a benefit to that talented youner commedian. our own (and the only) Frank C. Hutchinson. it was nnanciaiiy ana otherwise a decided success, as are all tho entertain18th inst. were largely attended by the ments given by Prof. Graham. parents and the friends of the school. James Taylor. Monday morning Master George W. It was pleasing to parent, teacher and The marriage of Dr. Saml. E. James Lewis was coming across the St. Clair pupil that there did not occur a single to Miss S. Jouett Taylor, daughter of Street Bridge when he discovered the failure during the exercises. On the the late Col. Edmund H. Taylor, srM floor of the east foot way to be on fire, 17th the primary pupils did splendidwas duly solemnized in the presence of having caught from a match or cigar ly, their songs and recitations were a large and fashionable audience at the stump thrown into or in some way much appreciated by all who witnessed Christian Church, in this city, on lodged in the space between the foot them. On the 18th the higher grades and wagon ways. He immediately had their exercises, which every one Thursday evening at 8J O'clock. The Church was handsomely deco- ran and told a young man who was who was present says were the finest rated by the deft fingers of the many crossing the bridge at the time, who the school has ever had. Tho orderly lady friends of the beautiful and ac- ran back to Collins' meat store, pro- manner in which the pupils deported cured a bucket of water and extin- themselves and the correct and gracecomplished bride elect. ful manner in which they easily exeThe bridal party entered the church guished the flames. to the strains of the wedd ing inarch as cuted their tasks fully demonstrated to The highest branch of tho Grand performed by Prof. Wayland Graham. United Order of Odd Fellows, known tho public that the strict discipline The ushers, Messrs. S. C. Bull, jr., as the Military which lias been maintained in this F. Rector Crittenden, Dr. Chas. Phyth-ianan- d was organized Branch of the Order, school during the past year has been and established in this E. Ilaynes Taylor, proceeding city, on beneficial to tho pupils. All the pupils last Saturday, tho 19th inst., by down the sfde aisles, vhile the attendtastefully, showing Odd Fellows of Grand Council No. were dressed quite ants, Mr. R. W. McRery and Miss the an interest on the part of the parents. and styled the FrankRuby Macklin, Mr. Geo. L. Payne and 88, of Frankfort, No. 11. From tho report of the examination, fort Patriarchie, Miss Nellie Chinn, Mr. P. Fall Taylor the school has done better work this The following officers were installed and Miss Drue 'Church, Dr. J. Lamp-to- n for one year: year ever before. The colored Past Commander, J. H. peoplethan Price 'and MiSs Ta'ggie Taylor, Mr. of Frank fort are each year beWin. II. y. L. Li'n'dsey attd Miss Lizzie Phy-thia- Thompson; Commander, P. Veney; coming more interested in the educaMayo; C. proceeded down the centre aisle First Lieutenants, William Pettlt and tion of their children, and thero will, and arranged themselves about the alno doubt, be quite an increase in the tar. Tho bride elect, accompanied by Frank Thompson; Second Lieutenants, enrollment of the school next term. her first bridesmaid, Miss Mamie Jno. Rosby and David Gray; Ensign, Jno. Lewis. Ayer's Sarsaparilla oporates radicalScott, entered last, and was met at the ly upon, and through the blood, and is by the groom, and his "best man, nltar A young man from the mountains safo and absolute cure for the various Mr. Saml. D. Johnson, who entered by the name of Fleming Horn was a diseases, complaints and disorders duo the Church from tho lecture room on walking up tho track of the elevator of to debility or to any constitutional tho right. Mr. Geo B. Macklin, near tho Spring taint or infection. The solemn marriage ceremony was Hill distillery, on Thursday morning, Cornico Poles 30 cents each at R. then performed by the venerable as tho Lexington train was going up, Rogers. grandfather of the bride, Rev. Philip and was watching the train so closely S. Fall. that he failed to notice tho elevator car Tho desirable residence of Dr. BlackThe wedding Was beautiful and im- as It came down to tho river. The burn, at South end of Logan street in pressive in goneral and in dotail. The consequonco was that ho was knocked South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to bedding party were entertained at tho down and run over by the car and had Frank Chinn, for terms. residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. his leg badly crushed and was otherE. H. Taylor, in South Frankfort, wise cut and bruised. Drs. Ely, Chinn ico cream and Lovers of first-claafter which the couple left on tho 0. & and Duvall were summoned to his as- sherbet will find what they want at O. for a wedding tour. The best sistance and report that his injuries are Howard Bro's. wishes of a Jipst of friends attend tho of a most serious and dangerous naThe best machine oil kept by young couple. ture. MastinBko3. n, Aid-de-Camss of Thursday, from Richmond, Va., we learn that 'the heirs of one Col. Chas. Fleming, of Virginia, are contemplating gobbling up our city at one fell swoop and not leaving us a smell. It appears in their claim that, although the land was sold and f.he money paid for it, yet they think they have found a flaw in the conveyances, and are thus going to grab our city by the tail and wipe up the ground with her, somebody should pony up a unless lot of black mail. We don't think our citizens will lose much sleep o'nights in their dread of this matter. Having stood Lexington and Louisville's endeavor to move the Capital for the last fifty years, we don't "skeer" worth a cent. On the 1st of July Dr. Daniel Gober and Dr. Thos. H. Hudson, of this city, and Dr. Ed. McD. Gober, of Bullitt uncounty, will form a der the style of Gober, Hudson & Gober, for the practice of medicine and surgery. They will use the office at present occupied by Dr. Hudson, on Main street. Prof. Wayland Graham's Mikado Opera Troupe gave their final rendition of this beautiful opera in our city on Wednesday evening last, before covery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial BotThe Odd Fellows of Winchester will tles of this Standard Remedy at Jos. 4 give a picnic on a maguificient scale LeCompte's Drug Store. on Wednesday the 30th, and all the Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Odd Fellows and their families in the The Best Salve in the world for State are cordially invited. The picCuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt nic isintendedfor a reunion of the Or- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped der, and every preparation will be made Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all for all those who may attend to enjoy Skin Eruptions, and positively cures themselves. Capital Lodge and Can Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or ton Berry will attend In a body, ac- money refunded. Price 25 cents per companied by Snider's Brass Band, box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. A train will leave here on the above You can buy an English china wash-stan- d mentioned date at 5:10 a. m. and reset, 10 pieces, from $3.50 up, at turn at 10 p. in. and all those who intend Buckley's. m going must procure their tickets the Champion machine repairs at evening before. Mastin Bros. P. G. C. A Nelson has been appointed by Canton Berry to make all the Buckley has a full line of glass jars necessary traveling arrangements, and cheaper than any other house in the on application to him he will proemv city. tickets for the round trip for one dollar We have opened our ice cream parlor, and as it is the coziest and nicest and ninety cents. wlace in town. And our cream and Tho exercises of the Frankfort Col- sherbet is the best you can find any ored Public School on the 17th and place. You will find it to your advantage to visit us before going elsewhere. A residence belonging to Judge J. Dan. Moore, of Benson, was destroyed by fire on Thursday of last week. It is supposed to have been the work of an Incendiary, as the building was burned in the middle of the day, when no one was about and no fire in the house. The veranda in falling killed a sow and pigs, the silver door knobs melted and ran down the hill, and other heavy losses were sustained by the owner on account of the intense heat. A Captain's Fortunate covery. Capt. Coleman, Dis- IIAVK TIIE FULL schr, Weymouth, AND MANUFACTURE plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with u cough Six of the best grades of the best Hour so that he was unable to sleept and made in the world. he was induced to try Dr. King's Discovery for Consumption. It Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapNew Jan.2 not only gave him instant relief, but itol Siiuare the extreme soreness in hii allayed breast. His children were similarly affected and a single dose had the same lS8t3-l- Roller System, m MONEY SAVED BY GOING TO SEE happy effect. Dr. King's New Dis- ifePM OQDS i m i m i. - (t)M &fi3KKfi21kClHlJlBftMlAHMMKv V. Jan. BERBERICH.J 23-C- Howard Bro3. disorder, torpid liver, pali in back or side, constipation, etc , lieclrct m.iv be Intnl. One dose ot btronR'a Sanative Pills will give reliet A lew doses restore to new health and vigor. If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach DR. J. S. COLLINS, DENTIST, Nit rouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' extracted without pain by the use ct inur.20-- In china toilet sets. Call at Buckley's and see the latest OFFICE, Oure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sehse of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone enec-tio-n of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasine-- s of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, lil.e perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once o the application of Dr. BosanJ o Pile Remedy, which acts directly upoo the parts effected, absorbing tho Tumors, allaying the intense itching, a.id effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. CANDIDATES. FOR .TAILEK. We are authorized to announce ELI JrcDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailor of Franklin county. Wc are authori'cd to announce S. N. DAVID SON as an Independent Candidate forjailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will of the people at the Augu.t election, 18S6. NEW COAL BEST YARD! RECENTLY HAVING Frankfort, we OPENED A COAL YARD IN are prepared at all times to furnish tho GRAMS OF COAL! AjfiTIE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Ofllce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and Branch ofllce and scales at II. R Williams' grocery, corner ot Second and Bridge streets, South Frankfort. All orders will receHo prompt attention. . Dec.l2-tf- S. S. & J. H. TOLD. THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED bought trom Mrs. Addle Garrett, tiatrlx of E. In the NOTIGE!t THAT Whltestdes, deceased, his entire Interest admlnls-- . Furniture and Undertaking BUSINESS. And have sold one-ha- lf Interest la my; business- - to W. S. DEHONEY FOR CITY MARSHAL. We aro authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS a3 a candidate for City Marshal at the August election, 1866. And hereafter the style ot tho nxm.vlll be STATEN & DEHONEY, And tho business will be continued at tho old stand of Whlteslde3 & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street. Muy JAS. T. STATEN. 8-- BdRDERSWANTED BOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S FIRST-CLAShouse, No. 422 North St. Clair St. s Board by the day or week. All desiring board will And It to their Interest to call MRS. FREEMAN & NESBITT. S llrst-clas- 'MM DR. GOBER, OFFICE . I. J. R. April 0. 0. F. Sec. I 426 HIGH STREET, NEARTHE PRISON. H WW CAPITAL LODOE. NO.C. MEETS EVERY Visiting brothers cordially Invited. GEO. W. REOCK, N. G. Telephone No. 8 and 9. Offlce hours from 11 a. m. till 1 o'clock the day., and from 8 till 10 o'clock nt ninSU1, .vvvv. .,, t Williams, 10-t- f. "' In m v ,i' " t wV , f 5r f t i ' - i r .'i s (' 4 kj , - t .' J 1 i , I1 ',' V 4.-- . i - ' 'c . ' '' ' i w i ' -- '.' ' aM a - i . 5ll fc ft ; v Hi lua m .. v ' I m UVi FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, StoxeKitchkx, . Franklin Co., Ky. Bloomingtosi. busy. :v INFLECTIONS OF ZEKE YOOUM. Wheat is ripe and the farmers are Forks of Ellcliorn. Too much ruin. Corn is weedy. Wheat is damaging. Raspberry cobblers Oh my! The barley harvest is about over. Col. Ike Wingate is quite sick. "Woodlake comes to the front with her ten cent cigar. Dr. Guinn reports his practice increasing He has about forty cases. P- - & W r f i - notwithstanding the continued rains last week. Mr. J. A. Penn paid a flying visit to his cousin, R. T. Penn, last week. Uncle Jake is looking well and hearty. Prof.F. W. Davis, late of Cincinnati, has engaged to teach the Bethel school. This is the Professor's second term here. Misses Lizzie and Katie Church have returned home after a few weeks' visit to their cousin, Miss Jessie Bell, of Hatton. Miss Ellie Green, a most beautiful and charming young lady, formerly of Hutchinson City, Kansas, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. T. Penn; also Misses Emma and Nora Haydon, granddaughters of Mrs. Penn. Misses Nannie and "Babe" Forsee - are contemplating a visit to High V Bridge, Jessamine county, in the near r future. Mi&s "Babe" has just returned home from an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Penn. We were aware that silver thimbles were becoming fashionable as engagement presents taking the place of gold rings, but we did not know until recently that butter and potatoes were . .'substituted for the thimble and ring; wonder what change will be made next in courtship. Mr. W. B. J., of North Fork, posi tivcly refuses to play croquette; he says playing croquette and lishing on and near the banks of Elkhorn are no good We presume he ought to know as he has been casting in Ids net (with no success however) lor more than two years. Will, seems to be down in the mouth. A reader of the Roundabout wanted to know when and by whom the city of Peak's Mill was incorporated. Mrs. S. M. Forsee gave him the desired information and, moreover, gave him to understand that she is Mayoress, City Councileas. Chief of Police force anil whatever else is required to run an establishment of that kind. An ice cream supper was given at the residence of G. W. Cohorn last Thursday evening. It was a most brilliant success. There is to be a moonlight fete given at Cedar Grove school house Saturday evening, Juno 20. The - proceeds of the fete are to be appropriated to paying oil' the debt on the new school building. If there is more than .enough to liquidate the debt, the remainder will go to defraying the exat that penses of the Sunday-schoplace. It is hoped that everybody will attend as gooseberries and currants are plentiful and will be served green Pahvem. without sugar. ol Rain in abundance. C. W. Findall died June 9th of flux. Mrs. Thomas Hartford is much improved in health. bewitching. tobacco for the grass hoppers Mrs. Cornelius Cox, nee Nellie Sted-ma- is Setting go. all the county, Texas, from Shackelford Mrs. H. G. Mitchell is still alive, deis hero visiting her sister, Mrs. L. J. clining every day. Cox, of Stedmanville. Mr. J. A. The firm of Curry & Smith have the hoppers. Bell lost all his tobacco by Planted land in corn. dissolved partnership, Smith retiring. A straight out fight said to be the George Humes is dangerously ill cause. We are informed that Smith with newmonia Walker's way of accidentally drank too much lighting spelling it. Mrs. C. T. Whitehouse is beyond , whisky. recovery. Not one particle of food has she taken for 20 days. She is tenderly Peak's Mill. cared for by her husband, who gratifies every wish. Cherries and June apples are plentiLOST, STUAYKD OH STOLEN ! ful. No deaths, as yet, from mad doc Wheat is better in this section of the bites. country than it has been for years. From Hatton, the only dude in this His It is said that R. T. Penn has 30 whole country. of firstnotname is rememname Thomas, balance acres of the best corn in the State. bered. Dressed in blue, with massive Mrs. Wm. Beck, of Owenton, has watcli chain, silk umbrella. Any one been visiting her uncle, S. M. Forsee. finding said dude will please return Farmers are done cutting wheat, his clothes, provided they can do so n, Mr. Con. McCarty has considerable business in this section of the county. Wonder what's up? Miss Annie Thompson, of Stedman-villhas? returned homo from a short visit to Woodford county. The latest thing in Woodlake in the business line is the training school for dogs. Harry Cohorn, principal. Squire Bohannan. of Frankfort, passed through our village last Friday week en route for Georgetown. "Great Scotts! Has my new route been discoverd," ejaculated Mr. G. S., , when he read our last issue. of S Dr. J. S. Coleman has returned from a short visit to Paris. The Doc says the smiles ot the Bourbon girls are e, That vicious Durham Bull from Washington City has gored a small Knott, at Frankfort, until the ground is slippery all round the battlefield. Durham's name will live and shine long after the Knott's have all rotted. Health about the Stone Kitchen Is good. All quiet, pea en and good will prevail in this portion of Franklin. Citizens of Cohorn's shop and Buck Run, up in the settlement, are in a big law suit, caused by the children of the poor men in that district, who have moved there for the purpose of cultivating tobacco being admitted to the school with the children of the rich. Your Uncle Zeke is of the opinion that the trustees who permitted the poor children, with the Itch, to be admitted in the same school with blooded people's stock, ought to be prosecuted and imprisoned at Frankfort for not less than 20 years, and be forever disqualified from holding office and never be permitted to vote again during natural life. The parties to the above suit are, no doubt, all Republicans; we Democrats would not be guilty of such conduct. Don't publish the above. I am now a fugitive from home. Bald Knob wants to stop my wind. NEWS FltOM HATTON. Mr. James Luckett was school trustee last Saturday. been quite sick for the past week is Little Amanda Scantland, who has will allay Often Mlced, tmt eeldom engwered intkfotftoTfly t " It then a remedy known to the medical profession that the tufferinga peculiar to women who ore subject to Dy$mtnorth ra and its attendant discomf orte!" improving. Mi's. Kittle Luckett returned Sunday from a three weeks visit to her son, Mr. Jessie Hockersmith. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gaines of Frankfort, spent Sunday visiting Mrs. G.'s sister, Mrs Fannie Scantland. Little Sam Rodgers, Mrs. Ann Hampton ami Mrs. Fannie Scantland are on the sick list this week. Mr. G. W. Quarles and sister, Miss YtSuA VwArVSO " I have derived particularly gratifying results from the use of Tongallne In cases of Dysmenorrhea. Ja tbe case of a lady of rheumatlo condition, and a chronlo sufferer from this disease, who had been driven almost to the Terge of Insanity by her monthly sufferings, Its action haaboen most satisfactory. It relieved Her promptly, and she now passes the once dreaded periods with but little discomfort. I could mention-otheInstances of a similar character, but this is a remarkable case." T V. FRAZER, M. D. lf yu have not trled do 8 AT ONCE. fryaA fAVtA There is relief for you it has been found In 5 WV3(rWrW& Head what an eminent physician has to ay upon the tHtycct: Ol r feSffl flftggfc A. A. MELUEB. Sole PopVl700Tj.11"u"iJrMwon.ATC, Irt miii ottrmt onttni'iil ttivo In at ttlitt1 Capital City Machine Works, J. B. Meek, Propreitor. AGENT FOR- - - iting their sister, Mrs. Tom Thompson, of Woodford. Mrs. Sue Yount spent Sunday visiting her father, and left Tuesday for her home in Bald Knob, where she has 4 .'$& iu (' recently moved. without said Thomas. Since I have been at the Stone Kitchen I have heard that a Durham bull gored a small Knott in the city of riiiiiKiuiL until iiiu sireuis were so slippery that the citizens had to wear their gum shoes. Don't vouch for it. Durham is Zeke Yocum'ssort of stock. On first Monday, County Court day, there was not less than two hundred persons in Frankfort who had hydrophobia. One hundred of that number were professing Christians, who spent with not less than one dollar a piece for tanglefoot. The day previous not one cent did they have for the poor or the cause of Christ. These good Christians will go to church next Lord's day looking very prespoliceous All right, you are on the right road to h -- 1. I don't expect to be at Hatton for some time, mad dogs and the itch will keep me away, yet it is not the seven year itch, but the Lincoln kind. Several Democrats have died with it. The malady does not effect the honest portion of the party, not one of the Durham Democrats has taken it, they are not using brimstone either Not a single case among the Republicans. If it does get among them, that is with the bad ones, I would i ;ise Bell at the station to get up and'iust. I don't intend to stay at the Stone Kitchen long. You will hear from me at Sulphur Lick or Peak's Mill soon. Must now close, I feel so prespoticeous nephain't write more. So good-byoar-rooe, J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiscr Manufacturing Cominvited bv pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mil- l, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth by an old bachelor last week to eat raspberry pie Sorry couldn't accept, Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider but urgent business prevented. Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Hciler Mrs. Job. Smith and Miss Claudie Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps Sullivan left Monday to attend the closing exercises of Lexington Bible College, Mr. William Smith being a All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them' graduate of that Institution this year. in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Frank- -Married. In Louisville, on the 3rd rxm-PHTgT- inst,, Mr. John Wilson, formerly of fort, Ky. Ju this this place, but now of Woodford, to Mfcs Rella Gibson, of Louisville. The happy couple left immediately for WM. CROMWELL Blue their future home in Woodford. Madam Rumor has it now that we siFiEiiasrcr, Attorney-at-Laware to have a wedding in the near future. The groom is an enterprising AND young farmer and the bride is one of our fairest young ladies who lives AND within a stone's throw of this place. OUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT Fruits and Trees, (J rape Vines, binall PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS OP found in a Messrs. Henry Settle and Pat. Wal- sverythlng usually on application Nursery EstablishFranklin and tbc adjoining counties, and to ment. Catalogues will also give jpeclnl attention to the purchase lace say that they have the boss tobac11. F. HILLENMEYER, and salo of real cxtnte, collection of rents, Lexington Ky. co crop in the county. A portion of Mar. claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office their's will do to cut in July, and they opposite Court House. think they can ship a hogshead by the NEW PLANING MILL. June last of August provided they can get the neighbors help ship and prize. Coal More big fish to record last week. Mr. James Black caught a yellow cat SCREENED fish that weighed 17 pounds, at the Havingreoently added tohis Establishment KINDS ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full same time Mr. George Bacon caught Prompt First-Clas- s Pinning Mill, Weight, Bottom Prices. one of the same variety that weighed is no fishy stothirteen pounds. This Telephone connection' No. 36. ry but a genuine fact. Who can beat Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Vniii nnrrpstirmrlonfr whs i? 1 ;,n$. jB.' 1 M yi Grass Nurseries TREES 13-S- C TREES! lees. , Heal Sstat Agent, 25-l- .4 .i i ? . m i ifj! f, aTc y. . J.M. WAKEFIELD Choice Cheap. Hampton, aged 2(J. Out of the shadows of darkness, Into the sunshine of rest. After four long years of suffering with that dreadful disease consumption, sweet Emma lias gone to rest. She was a beautiful young lady whom none knew but to love. A manifestation of tliis was shown by the great crowd that gathered to pay the last tribute to her memory. She leaves an aged mother with many brothers and sisters to mourn her loss. The funeral services took place from the family residence, Tuesday morning at ten o'clock. Rev. Mr. Burton, of the Baptist Church, officiated. After which the remains were interred in the family burying ground. it? Died. At the family residence one Sash, Doors, Bljnds, Frames, Molding mile from this place, Miss Emma J. ALSO GEO. B. MACKXIET, Dec.8-- f m cs s1, FRANKFORTYKY. Scroll Work, Stair Work Mayl5-tf- Turnin Gotten out in the Best Style. Housekeepers, T Attention IN STOCK, ! . S? DR. W. Of CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE KEEP CONSTANTLY Cooper's and Nelson's COX'S." I KELLEY, ECOTSZi KY.. Which aro Qurantced the best tf Extract of Lemon GROUND BLACK & Vanilla, Myownmnke. Pure Spices, ground nnd whole, the very best 1 am Duy, and attention Is especially called to my CAPITA!. PEPPER, ! A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Druggists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's the best medicine on the market, for Coughs. Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents 1 and $1.00. Samples free. IN FRANKFORT. SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoit system without usino tiie knife or LiGATUHE und without uny pain. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon, Don't fall lo give me a trade. JDSEFH - LeCDMPTE THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. Lot For Sale. BUILDING LOT FRONTING FEET ON Broadway and running back 125 feet, Is offered A sale. Apply to for SO FISTULA Cured without tho knife or ligature. ew. Zeke Yocum. PYEWIA Less speedily fatal, but not less certainly so, Is the vitiation of the blood of which tho first symptoms are Pimples, Sties, Boils, nml Cutnneoiis Eruptions, when tho taint of Scrofula jd vei warnimjof tn presence by such indications no time Hhoulil bo lost in usin AYint'rt Sarsapauim.a, tho only perfect and rcli-abmedicine for the pm iflcatiou of tho blood. Iti". lo FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER AND REGTAL CATAHBH April l(Kni. R. M. ALDRIDGE. Is tho most virulont form of blood-poiso- n Mothers. There are upon the skin of every human being, child and adult alike, 2,300,000 pores Through these pores in the form of insensible nersniration. is expelled more than of one-quart- er TJANSY y PILLS Diseased conditions that produce consumption und most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that ure caused by bowel, also treated. fir . system. The importance of keeping open these perspiration valves unnn a child's body, is second only to that of promptly digesting the food eaten. It was to open the pores of the skin and to assimilate the food that Dr. Pitcher formulated Castoria. Loose bowels, constipation, fevers and eruptions which are so constant among infants and children, and which kill d of all children before they are five years old, arise principally from these two causes, it is from the wonderful results attendant upon the use of Castoria in reirulatinir the stomach and bowels and keeping open the pores of tne stun, tnat castoria acquired its world wide reputation. With nlentv of water for the body, pure air for the lungs and Castoria to assimilate the food, there need be no unaccounted for sickness among children. Castoria is a vegetable prescription without mor- pnine or otner narcotic property. ThirWo 11$ nothing but pure fruit syrups ty years extensive use has given it a in our soda water, and you will find it history never attained by another Howard Brob. njedicine. the best in town . one-thir- IIIU JIUUl 1.111 II JUUL lilKtJIl INK) Il( SCROFULA Ayeu's This preparation is also tiio only one that will cleanse the blood of Mercurial poison and tho taint of Contagious Diseases. Impoverished blood is productive of SAitSAPAitu.LA. a diseased Are perfectly Bafto and always Eflfeetval. regularly by 10,000. America Vied aM Women, flaaraaieea iBMitor etken.orCMki'cftmded. Don't waef ., r money on wonaina Bold by all Druggist, or ttU Bcmady Bra. Bend 4 centa for particular, mailed to any address. SPBCIFIO CO., rallala., Wm WaXCOX is Is a foul corruption in tho blood that rots out nil tho machinery of life. Nothing will eradicate it from tho pyMcm and prevent its transmission (o oHhpiinjr but PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured if not too late, as tho Itching Is only a symptom ot the dlseuso that exists In thn lower bowel. REFERENCES. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUW. J. SON, Frankfort; J. M. W1THROW, Frankfort. TOlYUOatt SKftft mnKKVUlJoBllALEorB VDEBILITI ii j ' ttfiroil WFEHALEJWf I .WEAKSESS DECAT. AND mm rH A Life Experience. Remarkable and Quick cures. Trial Packages. Send stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. ANEMIA, A wretched condition Indicated by Pallid Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shuttered Nerves, and Melancholy. Its first symptoms arc Weakness, Languor, Loss of Norvo Forco, and Mental Dejection. Its course, unchecked, lends inovitnblv to insanity or death. Women o frequently mifl'er from it. Tho only that, wlillo purifying tho blood, enriches It with new vitality, und Invigorates medl-cln- Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by addressing W. I. KELLEY, M. D., 376 "West Seventh street, Oinoinnati, 0. Dec. 2My. CONSULTATION FREE. The Mirror Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glas- s. tho whole system, Is Ayer'e Sarsaparilla, ritKIUHKD UY ' Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists: Trice $1; Six bottles for 5. Loat orFailing Manhood. Nervorum Weakness, JLaok of Strength, Vieor of DovelonmenT. norQuaokerr. ftlx-- l A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIN CURE FCH EN ONLY is no flatterer. CauMit br In JlJorotioni, oxcobsoi, eto Benefit In a dan Curl uaunlly wltUln a month, No Deception Potltlya full description vprf ndTtciInt''' i I'roofn, "icotxi, f rn. and ' !'. ?. t J