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' KY., JULY 3, 1886. wn .' &' I$V..i (1 Number 47 iiiJi.itmiuu 'muLjjjummi.iMuiiiiujimLum m f. i,. r tliiim 111 -- - 'BnMtgBiiiWMWBBOMMBKMWMWMWWMiwBKM I i " mm jm n iii n iinii.inixi war m ,., i ": fa1 The Mikado f0mpany will go to on Tuesday evening 'r 'Versaillesgood people of that place and one '? the I Remember the lunch to be given by There will be pmichlng by Ilev. Coal 33. Qikhvcll, at .tin Frank in the ladies of the Baptist Church on iiobt July ltl, at ,'):.'() Monday. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED m n. m. A lire consumed the handsome resi- ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Prices. The repairs upon the Soi t em Prw-?''- " dence of Jas. P. Amden, Esq., in Ver'. sailles, on Thursday morning last. Telephone connection tfo. 36. byterlan Cnurch will be completed will be held Loss about $3,000, fully covered by in'dav and the usual services GEO. B. morning and evening. surance. there Choice Cheap R. K. McCLURE, Would announce to his friends that his ti-f?- MACHXIT, Attention IN STOCK. ; Resolutions. jr CANTON BEmir. OUY OK or FRANKFORT, KY. ! SFR1 -- Ok OF- WWBH ''' . give of the finest entertainments they have I. o. o. f., in mux CIIEVAMEi: B. I. SI. MAJOIt. NO. 0. I.A W'WYJ" Mr. John Will Johnson lias pui- '.i intnrcst of Judire W. L. Jett .,..,. ; ,lHicfii"J ...... y.w. and wjll con ,Co , on Shelby street, i tinue the business alone. $i i .. T!,n M.IMvlnK' rif lif 711111- 'l,t. "(!,......', .rJt'l .1 limnli of tlwi " 1,'IWI Wiuiui ...ill' fc,'"- - " "" rn. Rf'Court-houson Monday, .Jiuy JCfrom 12 until !! o'clock. Come all ye n'hfluprl tlw " e. """"" W-'- f mr.T.r jVfr. 56- - Vl4iinvtr mill ll'l tvull flll(ll :- .D.trsie 'tuples - (Jiiristiun iJinireii f .t.tl nS.-(tf o w..y. 7' tlll.l IJI.IV. 1IC nail.il SitiliIfWf w. llt''ll '.discourse "Will the recollections oi P" thf world remain with us in tin his pulpit at the nigrum.: - The Snprsmo Commanclpr of tho Univeveo lina seon proper to cnll Chovn-.ie- v S. I. M. Major to a higher nnd grnnder Loiljo than ours, thorofortt bo it e son-uThat wpi deeply mourn tho of our brother nnd min him from our rnnks.ind whilo wo humbly bo7 lo tho 3upremo Command wo irritve that our lino should have been thus so unexpectedly nnd artdly broken. Resolved, That ho wan endeared to us by many noble qualities of hond and h?art, nnd 't will bo di.licult to lill his plnco in our r or in the community. A'esoiv.i, That wo will wear tho badge of jonming for thirty dnyp.and that our charter bo draped in mourning also. A'lVidiv . That a copy of thcao resolutions be framed and &ont to tho son of tho deceased nnd published in tho city papers. WiiEKKAfl. t Housskeepers, T 1 Boots, Slices, Hats, Boob, Is now complete. Thankful for the k. KEEP CONSTANTLY Cooper's and Nelson's COX'S. GELATIME MIIB PifMSS. best Which nro qurunte'e'Sl the LIBERAL PATRONAGE Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- tinuance of the same, Extract of Lemon My own make. & ion7af or-e- Puro Spices, g'cund and whole, tho very best I can uuy. an I attention Is especially called to my GROUND BLACK PEPPER, Cocoa; i Baker's Chocolate and ASSURING YOU THAT We will always do ""' Q. SuAErEn. B. ) Committee. ) AV. hi T. Dehonev, Foud, JQSBFK Wine, for cooking purroses, nt $2.00 per Gallon. Don't fail lo kivo iiu a ir.tUo. - LeGDMPTS AS WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER THAN YOU THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. MI All cordially invited. lU.li K, ; As it is expected that a large crowd E'of.struiigOrs will attend our celebranot. :.-- iSnf.vit- - if 1m !i (innfl ifljvi for KtA ill UvWUCi IV "'"" "" " O"" i X: nin lviint or) the fronts ol $ their houses and otherwise improve I.''...iil't,,ifi irill lt. i uwu y ujit--,..t.. r. linn, tiiumiuii .t.. ly ovj i,.f present as neat an appearance on that F-- l d' .1. Eiscl to Roue Scraping:. . -- fin-.'Mit- SSiC occasiou as possible. .'PhfiRimd.'iv-sL'hool ; 1886. Minnie Haldeman, the young SATURDAY, AUGSUT-S&high- SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. ladv who graduated with tho est honors at the Midway Orphan ColAll cases ot BLIND or lege, lat May, will take charge bytltellrlukerhoirsystriin BLEEDING PILES cured wiTiiouru&iKO'mE knife of the private school in the fani-il- v or liuatouk ami wttliout any pain. Col. John L. Scott on the of FISTULA ilrst Monday in September. She will Straw fiats, linen Handkereliieffs and Neckwear, uNo receive into the school S or lb Cure J without thj knife or ligature. other boys anJ girft who desire to FISSURES exhibiting on the study the higher branches or vocal oi flS'tSn colored man was Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and desiring 13tiwKrI Streets Tuesday evening a eiiiclu-- with instrumental music. Persons Cured without cuttliiK or tearing. are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. t enter their children in this thorough ISSaPy four legs, four wings, a double necl. school can leave their applications with iand one liead, which was hatched by Col. Scott. RECMUlCEliO RECTAL CUII WJftlBgg' t one of his hens a t'ow days ago. It was Keynote to Health. Diseased conditions that produce consumption and S Mead, but he had preserved it in ak-o3. Health is wealth. Wealth means most of the chronic diseases, tfiol. lSQ independence. The Keynote is Dr. 3iV', UTERUS, Lung J'Wi V Tlie County Court lias appointed a Bosanko's Cough and in the Syrup, world Diseases of the womb that are caused by n diseased the best Cough Syrup bowel, also treated. '&?$ committee to wait upon the City Coun- - Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the i;ii iiiivi vuiiouii uiiii tuwi "'v.j 3.. Chest, Bronchitis and primary Con,. imiifinn wjr ...v mu gujvuuh Kir tli A ifr " fniu iu 11,. fence on the river ...,) lilfl sumption. One dose gives relief in PRURITUS, Itching Piles, side of every ease. Take no other. Price Can also bo cured If not too late, as the Itching Is nty of a Hughes & only a symptom of tho disease that exists In thn leading from the railroad CO cents and $1.00. Sold by road !TS 1 Chilfis. lower bowel. BEFEHENCES. bridiro to the Louisville oike. This is Wli I W. .T. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUa much needed safeguard to persons SON, Frankfort; J. 31. V.'lTIUtOW, Frankfort. ; traveling that road in vehicles, and it cjnrzmssxr tg-An Efficient Remedy Pamphlets describing-thesdiseases sent free to is, to be hoped that a good substantial any one by addressing We do not expect to make monev on every article we sell; our plan is ffenco vili be construeied theru. In nil cases of Bronchial nnd Pulmoto close out the last piece of goods in every purchase we make. We nary Affections is Aykh's Chkuky W. I. KELLEY, HI. I)., ' The colored people have organized fe Pectoral. As such it is recognized and frequently buy large lots in order to get prices to suit, and have prescribed by tho medical profession, and ' 376 West Seventh otreet, Cincinnati, 0, first-clalarge enough to keep accumulated stock. bttne ball club and have not store-rooa in many thousands of families, for tho past forty years, it lias bceiircgnrded as an "leased the old grounds known as Lake CONSULTATION FREE. Invalunblo household remedy. It is a Dec. Park The organization consists of preparation that only requires to bo taken RARE WE HAVE in very small quantities, and a few doses l Robert Hampton, Wyatt Bailey, Jas. of it administered in tho early Rtngcs of a AND AUK W.' Wool fork, Preston Scott, mnna- cold or cough will ell'ect n speedy cure, and may, very possibly, savo life. There ?gers. The players are J. Woolfolk, K35(.'Clr- ); GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. is no doubt whatever that perfectly Safe and always KUV'olii.'.I. rXink. Daniel, Robert Brown, Chaa a recuiany ny iv,vw Auiern-itinnrnnlcrd Hiipcrlor to nil To be convinced, call and see us. iJJigden, John Dehoney, Sam. Robin- - Ayer's Cherry Pectoral other, t rcfumU'il. Don't vMiMti I money on wortbleui nnatruniu. Try sori, Bomau Dotson, Albert ScroggiuS, or Has preserved the lives of great numbers ttila Hemedy drat, bold by nil Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents Church will celebrate the IN FIUNKFORT. KY.. bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve F'ourth on Monday by an excursion up a 25c. per box by Jos. LeCompte. 5 Imr the river on the Steamer Grace Morris SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886.' (SwahU Excursion Barge. Scliool. SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. I2ljjev.'00(l Wbyterian of the First' Pres- - well." Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, III., says: "Having received so much oeneiit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. 1 Tave had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and CAM April 17, 1HS6. DO ELSEWHERE. We have DR. W. I. KELLEY, xOF CINCINNATI, OHIO, . WILL BK AT THE CAPITAL HOTEX With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. just received Private l2, The Castleman Light Artillery, ot Lexington, has disbanded. Cause authori- funfair treatment by the .tiey'uutl a supposed military slight tu vapt"J. B. Vouch. Alas! how soon $tneboys have learned that States, as f well as Republics, are ungrateful! -- -A Miss owner UNDER W E A'R New S pnng ana Mason, unnronnes ' - Cassel! m ft. wrm tB 6.L. m S. IS WELL! o e ir ss 2G-l- ill SGiE BARGAINS! J if3$B0rf5 T"''ANSY y oit-'nul- LLS - ill Henry Robinson; i S. J. Robinson, of persons, by arresting tho development of mailed to any nddnws. Manager and Secretary. - Laryimitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, nnd Pulmonary Consumption, nnd by WILCOX MrKCICXC CO., Send 4 cents for particulars. Drng-'ist- s. ftatlla.. Pa. N. B. 223 ST. CLAIR STREET, WEITZEIS NEW BLOCK. G. A. 11. Brt . Lindsey, Commander. " V. Beudeuicii, Adjutant. 1). W. 7i Regular meeting of Albert (i. Ba- cou Post Monday evening, July oth, o'clock. A Reliablo Article. get sueli goods as will give tho irado satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, theLrug-gists- , lead all competition. They soil Dr, Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's tho beat medicine on tho market, for Coughs. Colds, Croun and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents 1 For enterprise, push and a desire to lW - tho euro of those dangerous maladies, a It should bo kept ready for uso In every family whero thero nro children, as it is a medicine far superior to all others in tho treatment of Croup, tho alleviation of Whooping Cough, and tho euro of Colds nnd Inlluenza, ailments peculiarly incidental fo childhood and youth. Promptl-tud- o in dealing with till diseases of this class is of tho utmost importance. The loss of n single day may, in many coses, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time In experimenting with medicines of doubtful efllcacy, whilo the malady is constantly galulng ti deeper hold, but take at onco tho speediest and most certain to cure, 1,000 Romnents of all kind of goods at your own price. MRtOim ISEOILIT. MALEor rjtVEAKHE.S AM) DECAY. WFEUALEi quick euros. Trial Packages. Sond stamp for soalod particulars. Adchreas Dr. WARD &. CO. Louisiana, Mo. A Llfo Rsperlonco. Remarkablo ana CAPITAL EL m N Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PREPAKKD DY C Dr, J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. 'and $1.00. Samples free. l imlfrcrotloun, oxcose, tto In a diiyi Oiir.wiuually within nrooutli, No Deception noi'Quttckerr. Posltlvo l'roofs, fulldescrlpttunaud Jnttrrof ft'lvlcs in plain bbuIihI envelope, froo. U MKDIOAX4 CO., I'.O. Xitavat I'd h Lflalo, 2i .7. Lost orFailing Manhood, Norvo tisnosa W eaunessi Iiack of Strongtli, Vigor or JJovolopmonti by Oaii DencQtu A QUICK, PERMAHtNT. CERTAIN CUR.FCU lt if' " No. 439 Main St., Over Criitolirr & GALLERY! Q. MATTERS Prop'r, URT KENTUCKY. 25-t- Slurb' White Hall Clothing House FRANKFORT, .m VJK.C 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 Oct. f. home. v3jW spll w v x! : 'y i - ' . AikMaafK x. r- - - ..'., Liisiii'j .". ' t, r t r .j au . VL. . . . .'. ' , V i ' Ur sr.u-ur v.." r a . ' , . i .i, , . -iv.:. w. fA ..,cy, i..ir nirvr t, upmt .s .. v r',;t, 1 mi." ahv ! w wesi JKki. .. a iMim (f rt.t k '..itiBi'a BSfflSsiSiB m: .. . i '!. lJalv?lllJo.wull,JMJ'lifclt:t,a.'llJfalM.tWaJilliftl.l3.I juuft i: w m v j jmif jj liMIMlimiWJJ, uajjiiUjuMWOe ill i vv . t FKAMMUT KUflNUAHUUT. Knercd at the at KmnVlort, Kentucky asH'.contl vlim mailabli- - matter. post-offi- Personal. Mrs. W. v fif r. . 'i.. rr ' s . 4 i- - ST v. is visiting Mrs. L. A. BcLinie. fifl Col. W. Ltiltue Thomas, of LexingtGEORGE A. LEVIS. on," has beep in the city this week. Stockton : c r'la.Tclicior. forMiwi Lucy relatives in leit Thursday a visit to Alabama. H WR2ZZF MtlT'H lUrSSrXXKW 1 VilVt Mi'i es Jennie Sayle and Josie Mur?rmanvTMrmif uuiuAjj.il JULY fl. 1880. FIUNKFORT. phy are visiting fi lends in Winchester. Mi. S. T. Bailey, of Versailles, By n mistake of the makeup lat spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this week, the Republican county ticket city. Alma Talbott returned yesterappeared at tlie head of our eolnmiH dayirs. fiom a visit to relatives in Indianon tlie second page, instead of as an ad- apolis. Miys Agnes 2Cicol returned from a vertisement. vWt of sevoial days in Lexington on Tliq Roundabout te not a political Thmxiay. Mil ward, of Veroulkv, Mi. paper, and will never bo while under visited Keturah and friends in this city lelatives this week its present management. Mis Kthe Thoma-5- of Anderson, is While wo have our individual opin- visiting her cousin, MisLorena Young, ions on political matters and propose to South Side. Thos. J. Stevenson and family, act upon them, we cannot be induced of Rev. Georgetown, are visiting Mrs.Samh LcCompte. to run a political paper. Mrs J. B. Lewis spent several days o The Odd Fellows' celebration at in Versailles the fust of the week, visWinchester Wednesday was a grand iting her mother. and wife attended Col. E. C. Went affair, and several thousand people the funeral of Mrs L. L. Anden-on- , in t. from adjoining counties were Louisville, Monday. Mrs. .John W VcClure and children, Canton Berrry and a number of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. R. K. of members of Capital Lodpc McClure in this city. went up from this city, accompanied Mr. Milion P. Cr.tigand family left bSchnider's Band, and Cantons and Midway Tuesday for their future home r,fulcrpg were present from Lexington, in Salida, Colorado. Mrs. Br .lohn L. Phythian, of NewMays 'Hie, Covington, Jit. Sterling, port, is visiting Mis. Edmund II. Tayand Richmond, and all together lor, in South Frankfort P Col. Tho. Rodman returned Monday made a long and handsome parade. The music in addition, to Schneider's afternoon from a isit to Bowling Ji.uiu was hinuslieU by Uurriyi's Band Green and Hopkinsville. of Franklin, Miss Naomi Bradle, of Cincinnati; Trust's of Lexington, Indiana, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 11. and the Mnysville Band. To an out- C Gayle. near this city. sider the music made by our home yRev. G. F. Bagby goes to Louisville itnv. A. boys compared very favorably with I Jag by. to assist his son, meeting. in a protracted any of the others, having improved MiBetlie iirauu-- returned yesgreatly in the last few weeks. While terday from a vWt of several weeks to . 74n Canton Berry was not an strong friends in Fianklln, Indiana. tt Moigan, of Lexington, - wr. f. rv th t M w rr rr i Mrs. .lohn -. .'ii .N numerically as some of the others, yet will 13 rf. A ,EJ and rearrive in the city they made a splendid showing, and main for a week's visit to friends. OF THE COMJ1TION 07 THE could lay the other fellows in the Mr Lucien Wnggener, jr., returned shade in drilling. A splendid dinner Sunday afternoon irom Princeton Col- Deposit Bank of Frankfort, was spread in a grove about a mile and lege, New Jersey, for the vacation. Miss Ella Rodgers, of Louisville, DEALERS IN AT THE CLOSE Or BCS1KES3 a half from the city, and a speakers' who has been visiting the Misses Johnand dancing stand erected near by. ston, in this city, returned homo MonJXJ3S7S SOTH, I8SS. After a parade through the principal day. 32. yesterday mornMr. aCT ASSETS. streets of the city, the procession mov- ing for a W. Ilines left to friends in mouth's visit S15C,Cr)2 21 ed out to the grounds, where addresses Bowling Green and Western Ken- Loans imd Discounta 87.570 03 Cnsh were delivered by Judge W. H. Holt tucky. 15.70?) 27 Miss Lizzie Freeman, of AustinTex- Duo from Banks and others, after which the large as as, is visiting her uncle, Mr. C. T. Free- Furniture liX 00 semblage was invited to dinner, and man, near Backer Station, Woodford Protest "06 AGENTS FOR- lfi.GCO 13 n. i K.fifnto notwithstanding the immense throng county. CO 00 i present, there was enough for all and Mrs. W R. Harman and brother, Stninp3. Master Wilmer Duvh, of Cincinnati, w to spare. The burgoo soup was the $227.00!) m sMjfcl are vWting Mrs. T. F. Humphries, 7 any man ever tasted, and was South Side. beat LIABILITIES. & made on the grounds in a sixty gallon Mrs. E. S. Hodge? and daughter, $77,400 00 beef. Miss Lizzie li. Hodges, of Louisville, Canltnl Stock kettle, from the iincst shorthorn 217 00 'i hese mnchint'S are unexcelled (o There were substantiate and delegacies are viiitiag Mrs. J. N Cruteher, in Old Dividend 30, 3 per cent. 2.1)22 00 Dividend No. BeKenoint. simplicity, durability and lightness 133,932 51 of all kinds, as well as ices of every Mil-- . L. P. Tarlton and daughter, Indlv'dnpJ Depositora . . . 12,751 IS " lit. 'LIIJIj I'tTl. ,B IKITWr"' . West-I'eldLoss vjf dralt. Profit and A full line of repairs in a' variety, and no one, however fastidi- Miss Christine, and Mia-- Jennie 387 00 Tuesday for Shufordsville, State Tax left ous, could have gone away without Call and examine our stock stock. finding something to tickle his palate. North Carolina. Waleutt and children, $227,00!) (!9 before buying elsewhere. Li.;;iu ...s. The afternoon was spent in dancing by Miss Nettie and Master Ollie, left . H. H. WATSON, Cashier. the young folks and drilling by the ior a vbii to relative in Columbus, Cantons, but the grass was n.iost too Ohio, Tuesday. COAL A dlvlOend or tluee fit) per cent, will be paid on , Mrs. high for the latter to make much of a Misses u. E. Watson and daughters, thbOip.tat Stock t the Deposit "lUnk ot tranktort are visit- or. and alter A.turda,, July 8. Fannie and Bus-sellRECENTLY display of fancy evolutions. t ing their cousin, Mrs. J B. Lewis, on BOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S HAVING 1 r.uikftrt,ne OPENED A COAL YARD IN ure prepared at all Lines L boaidlng liouse. No. 'li Noitn St. I'litir St. ftunlsli the Jul j opinion of Col Thos. 31. Washington street. It is the 4 Board bv the dny or ueoic. All iles'rlng ltijv. Geo. Bar.-i-e leturned from a deboard will llnd tt to their lntere:-- t to call Porter, of Covington, the commercial BEST GRADKS OF COAL! MU-- . KRilKrlAN .':NESniTT. Western pilgrim, who was present on the occa- lightful visit to his kindred in Ho was Pennsylvania Thursday. AT THE sion, that there never was as many gone two and a half weens. pretty girls gathered together before Mrs. E. S. Chi.ds, Associate Print LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES , JOHN DAILY. LIVING ON THE FRANKLIN WELL KNOWN AND VKKY FINE PAItM, 7Vj in Central Kentucky. The Colonel U a pal of Hollins In 'titute, Boauukecou..-iyLitvireuce-uuBY Owen turnpike road, one Irom tho Va , spent so.ne days this week as A miles by3turnpike from rniukfrrt orflildiieport, FranKfoit. twobarroiv licus mile one ami acity of Olllco on Broadway, opj tbile Rallrond erit' nnd i? competent judge of female beauty and by pike from etthw )vuf uhutit uu.vc mm 11, IVIlllUinH' inuv li1. G. F. Bagby. me guest of Rev. WJ1 Alton or Hardtnsvllle. contalulni; jearj old weUhln iibout one hundred and ll'ty lbn .iiiuiwi of tetoiid iuiicii li, ttrtetu. South ikrank- - vx and Bridge coiner as a skirmisher for grub is an expt-i- t each. one. black and tlm other black with white rort. ah orders mil receive i ronipt attentlo Messss. William and .john Todd, ! S2L'7 fspntrt. which f huye iipprulHcd ut tn (ollai'fi eaiji. 1'ec.ia-trs. s. & J. H. toLD. without equal in this country. who have been e nployed in Columbia, AVltncss my hand; thh 2ltiTdav of Juno 1W!. Tennessee, lor tue pa-- t live months All In crass or e.over, esctt't about 20 acres. Tho It. A. THOMbON, J. r". C. C. Mr. Mike Buckley, the builder who leturned home outlay mght. invi loo j'iii. iwmry and kltihen. sood daublo Juno 2Wt. .Mrs. George W. Gayle returned to cibln ror fleivnnw. I'lro tuup. ww "' ; FQR LEASE FOR TERM OF YEARS. f'ti9 was awarded the contract for building edneday from Broodyu, ..r.,nn.i iimi'ii Lvl deal of It i ww. Fine well und must certainly this city new school-housthe 1I1CU of stock miter. New orlr, and vill reside here in the . ..I.,.., In tin, r;iv.i . Ill.ll .11)1111. ..........ij tn all.t nilr. HTMIK HOUSE IN MANSION HOUSE BUILDING ... be a very warm friend of the School future, Mr. Gaylj will join her in sev- Jill .ft j.w L how oecupleibv John Halv u a rceltionce.cn 'P Main streer opposite tha ITiutitio 1!oumj. ctint.tinliiK 'piE j:? DEIISIGNED on HAS A chiner. Cill on the uiiderrilgned, oiiie,Irenilses. Board. We, understand that he has eral vecws. u ijer.d bU8ii.tf?a fcfrcrt'V l meat rtore for sale, nlNivKAD. 11 rooniH U' wntcii cm be wided 4 or fi tnnre roon s July Win. All tho Mute tlxtureH and butcher toil art ult as I V .Miss Bettie Di kinson, who has been K re'jillred. It 13 the boHjocatton In Fr. nnfoit for generously offered to build a platvery Kood an new. l desire to chniijjo bufilr.cth. WiilyH a private hntci or buiWiiii!; lionic. Apjny to r,ell the nutilt in lots to twit purciinser. J. the lamily U form among the branches of one of the teaching in Wo ullake, ot Mr. W. ten June 2Win. JNO. HALY. i i June 'Mf. HrrHi'jiAiu'Ti . the past Lewis, . wVeWfaillW. trees that so pleasantly months, at J XJl. majestic elm i. '.' .v. left Friday evening for her .NOTICE TO TEACH KBS. Virginia. shades the school grounds and over- home In llnnipleu-Shhie- ., Dissolution of Partnerslypt's looks the school building, for the School She will return about the ilrst ol Sep-'PHEREWIUi nE AN EXA3UNATION OF AP-- I f3 ... pllaints for posltlniiA as teaotiers In the Frank-ro- ' Jij; rAiU .KSim' lU'IIETOFORE VXISTlNft"' ,ii Board to occupy occasionally to look tember. lmbllc School on VondaV ."June 21. lfW, In Odd I bilwcui.l.ii. i'lHuinviindN I. M nlij vi,'-- & Rita and Maud El- ( V7ICK. MAIN STBKET, OPP. RODMAN BIIOP.' FellotV'H Hall. Misses t,t pain at the progress of the school house but liott, who Ilallie,oeen visiting Mrs. W. ) Teeth exti acted withoutgas. by the use tt Examination to joinniciice on .'er tht i rin mime of I'miiiar A MeLanlLl. Sn the have HVi; o'clock. 'n.. mar. J) n.. ;ilid continue live iluts. liver. ItldneRHlllLOHoVfi'iit. Is MitH ilni- ML.if,ll. i, the question is how are they to get to L. Pence, in Belle Point, and MUs .Vltiouse Oxlilu (or UUihliiji) i are n ijulrl to ie,;Jdtef their iiunien with iii fiintiiii i.M.t..i.t i i; i.,ii. .: ... .;..r." "wv itlinllcilutH the undersigned tin or befuu tho dit) or ixtailr.a-tioi- MelMiutl will teiitiiiiie the br.ftiitm i.t ti;o old the tree without first going through the Laura French, in this city, for several By of the fcoard of Trustee of the Pub- rtand ' ' lic School. yard. The majority of the City Coun weeKs, left Mond.iy afternoon for their J. (J. HRAWNTK, W. S. DEHONEY, Sec'y. B. T. 1'. S. Juno home in SpriugtU'id, Illinois. N. 1. McDANltL cil are requested to hold a meeting and Mks Feueia Globs, of Gog insville, UNDER-l- ) WILL BR RFXEIVKD BY THE determine. w. C. Georgia, who lias heen visiting in this 8,'iiP'lu)nn)Uteu'itlltIire3 o'clock, p. m.. of city lor several months, left lor home July 10th lHU to tutU n pier at Rwno d's 31111. on Mr. C. W. Fin eel has purchased from Tuesday evening, accompanied by her the Owund .md Woodlake pike. the un. CARPENTER.AND BUILDER. be wen by illlns on General Insurance Agent; Mr. George Salender a lot on Bridge sifter, ..rs. Chas It. Gresliam, who florXniod eommlttee. cThe Hoard either ofthe right ' reserves ..r.n i.. ttJC t.tif iin.l nlMiItld. .street, one hundred feet deep and ex- will spend the summer with Jior moth lu REMOVED. HIS SUCJ? FROM SOUTH VTKl'jiKN THOMASSON, 1 Frankfort to tho fiiw and Rlnnlnjr'.MlllB of Ofllce on Main S(., Opposite rurnjera' Bajik. ElI.uvii TiiiiJ.iiUK.aiiU, icommlttee. tending from the residence of Mr. F. er. ,Vukelield and eht where he Ik preimted to do an) i m: work Thobe who contcnipliiw hutmunr. "either In REPRESENTING D. Reddish to the corner of Second J. A. LYON, t ho city or couid rj'. are requested to tfve him a call. V UO UN'. Orders for Job Work 'ivlll lw recHlyed by telephone June street, and has begun the work of IS Leadinz No. 4f,und will receive prompt attention. city, on Momluy; Juno 2Fth. 1G8I5, to Mr. In id fewign CcirpsciM, Apil17-Sm- . .erecting a block of five business houses John this tunauiian una tvift,, u io.i jmu-i- i i'i::iK. IV. IV ITU UVEIt- , t J. B. LEWIS, unci it. He has given the city ten UIKU, feet of ground along the whole front of R. C. STEIJLli. , 1. county, on Thursdty, Near POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROT- - ! a sidewalk, which will give IWhJ, Hnltou, Shelby yithA, wife Alien Shea, July of the lot for vr. . Ca'jI'KKIM. Ks. .;, : 1 ertv at inwent ntu.. t Am imp r much. needed addition totho width of REAL Steanihhlp. Prepaid TlcKet sold from an.v point Mi l JheremuiiiB era brought to this city )b .ray KENTUCKY, FRANKFORT, fire.tt Unttaln or Irelamh Apr.lT-lj tnu fanili that crowded thoroughfare. in mini: una were Interred In lltANKFORT, KY., :e ll.Giay.of Haltinuue, Md., of TT S tfa 9tV K N 0 CK F n OUT! Edit a9. , j FROM THE a J pie-'-en- GREW SHE DIDERWRITEES, SEW imA WILL ARRIVE JUNE' 2GTH. j to-da- i. m -. .- .Y- to-da- y g lj Farming Implements Field SeethSt Ilarmcare, litiggies, n agons9 Harness, Saddles, Sfc. -- I tAiiI29 icGGrmick m Binders,1 REAPERS MOWERS -. t, .11.1 ITljrLmr'.T rtmtm raBBMCisSffe f BOiEDERS WANTED NEW THIRST-CLAS- S. llrtt-cliW- YARD!;" , to.J M V i "Mm THE TERRY FARM! Taken up as a Stray, 111 ACRES -- . 3STOO?ZOE). m m p-r- e, r-- iit 1, Meat Store For Sal m FIIJST-CT.S I U-- ! J. c rni jpjq DKisrnrisT, rt 3ton-ir,ty- nt - Notice to Contractors. t. r 2C-- HUCEBS, i - r f -- 2C-2- t. hmki Practical Gauger, q-ER- ESTATE i40ENT, Ain-n- y, Court-hous- Don't forget the Iadio lunch at the e on Monday. jt m the Cemetery. HIS SERVICES TO THE TRADE AS AN OFFERS Imvlim had twelve )eitr8experlence, us In this county, on Monday, June H. Ifi80, Miss Pi.vpinin mo uuoiiicoo. Alice Hawkins, daughter ot the lute Ellslm C. und rroniptlillUBur. in to orders Telephone No. 11. iittentlon bullle C. Uuwklns. 1 V V May 7TLL ATTEND TO DU3INESS unHln or htlJuccnt1 cdtintles. EITHER IN h c u ted Job Work uoatly exc at this bfilcc. 1 i;i jA ''?t -- '.i rr r,v ' '',a 4 . d&..- - r r , ,., mt& &sW'Wmvmin &vfevav&m;ti tmvimnmuwii "v iiu.TJajiMaKwuwM mmmB3Blmmmr3BtmmmHKmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmKmmmamtmmmmmmammnmmmmmmmi-- f -' - --'---- - PKAMFORT UOUNlrABUUTf FRANKFORT, JULY 0, 1880. 1 Monday will bo generally observed ns the Fourth by our citizens. ... 9' W. Ilnrdin lent a fine Jersey Gen. P. cow, GUlcdKO I3mmty, from milk fever Sunday, which lio valued tit $)ol). K.mott, formerly of the Mr D ' Yeontau. has accepted the position of foreman at the Capital otllee, and went to work on outlay. Mrs Hoot", of this county, entertained Misses Fannie M. ilenidon and Julia Dixon at tea, at her residence, on Tuesday evening. (.'. A I &' r O ' Kentucky has declared ' Cure for Piles semiannual dividend of 4 Certain statements having been made inits Piles are frequently preceded by a DEALEU IN- per cent , and the Farmers and Doj os-- It jurious to me, both ns a business man and n sense of weight in the back, loins and citien of Frankfort, I desire that those who lower part of the abdomen, causing Banks Q per cent may have heard the statement shall have the the patient to suppose lias sone ehec-tio- n of the kidneys or neighboring orbenefit of the authoi's withdrawal of the As Monday will be observed ns the mi inc. Ileing surprised wnen 1 was tnnirmcii gans. At times, symptoms of indigesllli of July, no freight will be received that I had discharged a hind in my employ tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness at the L. & N. Depot on that day, and fir the re.non named, I ininiedhtely of the stomach, ect Ainoisture, like the statement false, and heicwith perspiration, producing a very disathe banks will also be eh sod from this append the statement f the person to whom greeable itching, after getting warm, afternoon until Tuesday. nil of tried ns the author. is a common attendant. Blind, Bleednrit'n'TTTCi Hesp'v, ing and Itching Piles yield at once to will be no services at the BapThere 'J NO. T. BUCKLEY. the application of Dr. Bosanko'.s tist Church in this city Until Sunday, Pile Itemedy,which acts directly upon Juli 18, 188(i, as the repairs will not lie To the Citizens of Fumkjoit: Window the parts effected, absorbing the Tu- Gorniee Polss Having been the nican of circulating a mors, allaying tho intense itching, and completed in time for service until dis- s'.ittiiii'iit that Mr. J no T. Buckley had then. The new pews are being put in einrged a hand in ln- employ because he had effecting a peimanent cure. Price 50 cents. Addiess, l'lie JJr. Bosanko a lady of different faith, (he being a and will consume more time than was man Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by A SPECIALTY. differ-:n- t Catholu), ("and requesting those of a supposed. & Chiles. faith to runove their patronage from Mr. Hughes -The Bank-o- f u.-u- al R.ROGERS, -- NT m 1 ' j9r . Fita m - n-- 11. V Wiilie I'.itUc, a little son of Mr. J. il. Paitie, fell from a fence near hN father's residence in Houth Frankfort, Tuesday, and broke his right arm in two places. That distinguished jurist and states8. Senman, Hon. David Davis, of the U. S. Supreme ator and justice Court, died" on Saturday last, and was buried from his home in Dloomington, Illinois, on Tuesday hint. ox-T- J. Mr. TI10- -. Hunter, candidate for County Superintendent of Common Schools, was examined by the State Board of Education, on Fridny and Siturday last, and received a cu'tifieate of qualification, Ills examination, br ing very creditable and his average Jno. T. Buckley on account of same,"l I le ire to siy that I was mistaken in my infor niatiiin and write this to withdraw the charge herein named; this is done after full inquiry into the facts and (hat no injury shall lesult to a good citizen, there being no foundation JNO . 227 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY. CANDIDATES. FOHJAILEE. We nro nuthorlred to ntinounco ELI McIMNIEL n 11 Republican candidate- for Jailer ot inmklln county. V- - are nuthnrircd to announces. N. DAVID SON as an Independent CiniliJnte fnrjailer nf Kranklin cunty, ngamit the fiell, subject to the wi'l of the people at the AiiKUKt election, i836. All Slay L. V. the late3t style furniture constantly In stock. W. C. at all for M. Macklin. BANTA. . COHPTON& JIIACKJLIX, ritofnETon1- high. A Eczema Cured. that I think that I am entirely well of ec'iua alter Having taken switt'sspe-eifi"- . I have been troubled with it "V atkin.s villi:, Feb lb 1S8G. Or.N'rTir.Mi:x: It is due you to say mfi - ms M jitratrtif ; 1 2a valve chamber of the pump at 1he Water Works was broken Saturday night and as a consequei cethe city has b"en without water exc pt from the old reservoir since Wednesday morning. It is expected that the damage Found. Unit' ot a live iloilur bill will be repaired by noon y and was found at the grocery of Sand. Lur- the pumps started agam by noon. cher, corner of Washington and Clin- The engineer lias be n discharged ton streets, in this city, on Tuesday and it is hoped a good competent man night. The owner can have same by will be secured in his place. coming forward and paying charges. The two Masonic Lodg-- in this city The new pews lb.1 i.ks Baptist have been invited by the Building Church have arrived and are being put Committee of the City Council to lay the in position. They are the gilt of Col. corner-ston- e of the new Public School Hiram Barry and wife, and are con- Building with Masonic ceremonies, sidered the handsome H tilings of the which invitation was accepted by a in o'ir city. joint meeting of both Lodge.? on Thurskind that h:ve ever The following iiuiui u'1.1 .r.iisii the day evening, and a eommittecappoint-e- d to make all the necessary arrangeWonian' Exchange of the Methoments for the ceremonies, which will (July !3): Mrs. John dist Church y Rodman, Mrs. Dr. Price, Mrs. F. C take place in about two weeks. Hughes, Mrs James Magill, Mrs. MStati: or 1vi:xtucky, Set. inerva McK.ving, Mrs. J. V. Payne, This is to certify that A. B. HamMrs. JoeSwigert, Misses Susie Rodman, mond was this day examined by the Clerk of the Court of Appeals in my Mary McEwing, and Kate Brawncr. presence as to his qualifications foi The Spring Hill Gun Club will have County Court Clerk, and I certify that a match shoot on July 4th (Monday he is qualified for rho olllee of County Court Clerk of Franklin County. 5th) at their grounds near this city Wm. H. Holt, Tne shoot will be at Hi) single Knox-vill- c JuO.'jc Court Appeals of Kentucky. July 2, '80. Blackbirds, and 15 double Ligows-k- i Clay pigeons. It is probable the that Tongalino has I of the done am satisfied good than any other Club will chow sides one-ha- ll me 'more Club shooting against the other half. medicin" I have ever used. IlKXKY BOWIJHMAJT, P. M. Shooting to begin at 1 p. in. sharp. Kennard, Wash. Co., Neb. The Circuit Court has been in session Beile r'oiiit. tli i week. Owing to the recent deatli of Judge P. U. Major's brother, Col. Mrs. Jao. W. G lines visited Cnpt. Store's S. I. M Major, lie declined to .sit, and family last wuuii. Hon. Warren Monlfort was elected MitH Minnie Todd is visiting hor brothor. special judge by the bar. From the D. 13. Todd and family, Shelby county. way he lias been dispatching busines-- , Mr. N. I. MoDiuiiel bought of J. G. Braw it is fair to presume that when he nor nts halt interest hi tho livory stable comos on the bench as regular judge at Mr. J. T Doakins sold a houso and lot on term we will have an oilicient Wilson street to Jas. G. Biawner for !$(500. the next to-das .1 FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as candidate for City Manlril at the August elec-jlo-n, 168G. ELKH0R2T ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL my face since last spring. I. F. beirinning of cold weatlier last At fall it made a slight appearance, but LODC'.E, NO.G, MEETS EVERY went away and has never returned. CAPITAL Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ULO. W. REOCK.N. 0. S S. S. no doubt broke it up; at least J. R. Williams, Sec. it put my system in good condition April 10 tf. uid I got well, tt also benefited my wife greatly in case of sick headache, NEW PLANING xUILL. and made a perfect cure of a breaking out oJi my little three year old daugh- vry little Hhe in 0. 0. Roller System, AND MANUFACTURE Six of the best grades of the best made in the world. Ilonr Office nnd wareroom on Ilroadnay, opposite Cap Jan.2 lfif Olv. ltal Syuarc rat: ter last fjumnter. Jamks V. M. Monnis. J. M. bn to-da- had blood poison for teu First-Cla- ss vears. I know I have taken one hun-Ire- d bottles of iodide of potash in that Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of time, but it did me no good. Last summer my face, net k, body and limbs were covered witli bores, and I could Sa.shj Soars Blinds, Frames, Moldiflf use my arms on account o! rheumatism in my shoulders. I took ALSO S. . ri., and it lias done me more good than all other medicines I have taken. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnln My face, body and are perfectly limbs Gotten out in tho Best Style. clear and clean, and my rheumatism is MaylS-tf- . gone. I weighed lib' pouix's entirely when I began the use of the medicine , My uid I now weigli l."2 pounds rlrt bottle helped me greatly, and gave mean appetite like a strong man THAT I would not bo. without S. S. S. foi 'PRE PITBLIC IS HEREDY NOTIFIED adminis- I I have houcht from Mrs. Addle (tarrett. several times its weight In gold. tratrix of E. whttesldes, deceased, his entire Interest C. E. MiroHKLL, W. ::Jd tit. Ferry, in the Xew York, Feb. 20, 188(5. Furniture and Undertaking Tin: Swift Siu:einc Co., Drawer.', Y. 2M Atlanta, Ga. New York, lo7 St. Treatise on blood and .skin disease-maile- d nd have sold Interest In my business to free I have Ruined by PotasSi. Hayingrecently added WAKEFIELD MONEY SAVED tohis iSl '&? Planing Mill, .i?aTitDVJsy&gaw3i) tt Establishment DY GOING TO SET m JLaffirT x V b s V . J cy -- NOTIGE! BUSINESS, one-lnlf 3 street Farmers having real good butehei stuff on hand, which they wisli to sell, will receive the highest market price? hv calling on .Mack Salyers, 22; Main fli-t- f. ! VV. S. DEHONEY & And hereafter tho stylo of the firm will be V. Jan. BERB ERICH! 23-C- J ' -- .'i'd .! to riU'ii'iinnl i.i'imsuniprlmi cr other fata! Ibuisi. Dtrcnn'3?ectcralI'l!lT ''.I chip:' n Danger A lv lu-- It oUm 't cold or cough may j STATEN o.' Whitesldes & May8-t- t DEHONEY, WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- , AND j& And the business iihe&iiou,b!(.lc)ie.idiiihoi.dthuusuUati.lUy. . 1 n..i.'ie. l"-- tJiiimlorclyspepsl-i.ti- will be continued at the old stand Staten, No. 218 St Cln'r -- trppt. J AS. T. STATEN. " .a ' onicer. - 7 kW l.U v?. - lfir - , 1 Ensign nugh Hodman, U. S. X., habeen detached from the Jlydrographie O.iico at Washington, where he has been stationed for the past year, and ordered to tiie U. S Steamer Essex, which leaves in about six weeks for China, by way of the Mediterranean Sea, Sue.': Canal, Red Soa and Indian Ocean. Lieutenant Landon Jouett, who has been at Annapolis, Maryland, for the past year, has been ordered to join the U. S. Steamer Biooklyu, which will go to tho same station, botli vessels taking the same route. - Mr. Henry Po!sgrovo and wife visited 011 Flat Creole tho first of the week. Louisville steam bread and roll" at 8t. Kleber's. rol-ativi- .'s Sabbath School every Sund ly af toriioon it l o'clock, lain o. aliine. Kvoryono invited. Miss Minnie Gaines, sistor to Judgo R. E. G linos, has bjen elected to teach thj Publi ouliool at ttiis place. Mr. D. B. I'odd, of Shelby county, visited friends and relatives lieio this week. Ho returned homo Wednesday. Tho Tiojlo-worl- c qcintetto Jubileo Singe a led by Prof. Major Maus, troatod a numbui of our citizens to some lino music Monday If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 22a IViniii street, oppofH-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yorf. 1. July m. II, 11 32J7 & K ! Heal Estate Agont, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to thepurohase and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claim, and tho negotiation of loans. Office H0M(E0PATHISTS WILL Juno Good Results iu Every Case. A Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs; had tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, did so and was entirely cured by. the u&o of a few bottles Since which time he lias used it in his family for all Coughs and Colds with the best results This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by tills Wonder Trial Bottles free at ful Discovery D. oppice niasr ST. opposite Court House. 25 -- sffi 7 ly. night. L. A. Mooro (Him Dam) was in town He says ho has tobacco plants Thursday with lit leaves that tnoasuro ii toH across, and if his neighbors wiil help him cut it by Several weeks ago a number of th'u -- 0th of thin month he will be ready to Knights Templar of other Comnian-derie- s snip by the :20th of August. Ho lias several were elected honorary members acred ofihis kind. Who can boat it? FOR THE MJ CURE OF and NERVOUS HEADACHE NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM 10GA Is o proUuct Jos LeCompte's Drug Store. 5 dfWt of Frankfort Commandery, No. 1, and among them Chas. F. Hill, Esq., Past Commander of Louisville Commandery, No. 1. In token of his itppree:.-tionoftcompliment paid him, he forwarded on Monday to, Mr. V. S. Dehoney, Recorder of Frankfort Commandery, an elegant silver flagon bearing the following inscription: FJUNKFORT COMMANDERY, NO i. he Ninth Grade, Frankfort Pabli-School. UlllLS. A.VE1UOK. Hi) . Mimi NANNIE LKK BIlOWDKlt, TEACIIUD. HONOU.S IIONOll. The soothing and restorative effects of Ayer'f, Cherry Pectoral are realized In all cases of coughs, throat or lung troubles, while its powerful healing qualities are shown in the most pulmonary disorders. The desirable residence of Dr. Blackburn, at South end of Logan street in South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to Frank Chinu, for terms. or tho Tonga or Friendly Am convinced, after toatinir it. I hut Tmnnivi decided nnd marked oaratiye TromnlM Islands, where it has Jong been used as a vat n Kheumntic Neur.ilgi. and olwi in Muacclar Itheu. uaoioremcay Dy mo nauves. Is a compound of Tonga with mauaju. t Alalia uoleb, ai. v., St. Latin, JJo. Havo tested Tonoaluie to tevernl csw of Neuotner ingredients whose curative properties havo been thoroughly tested. ralgia. It has given mo perfect Mtisfactlon O. B. OSTR.UIDEB. M. D.. FiOrbaiT. IU. la takcn VSvfCvYf au"3 iuternalfyt and prc--- matory njod Tonoaline In NcnraWa and InHun- Jlave KhouinatlsmTw th Vho vorV left ." ""I"eHunl e.n?c,ulu j.K.PAQE.M.D.vi.nd8ro0o't.iu. iiconxainsnoopiumormofpninoi y ALliUKUOUISTS. DAK PKIOE ONE DOLLAR FER BOTTLE. A. A. MELLIER, Sola Proprietor. 70 end 711 WASHINGTON AV,SU. ST. LoUIflL srcM o.'vvfc V"a; .."". 1st Grand 2d !ld 1.M ' " . ... ... . . . NVME. Capita! City Machine Works, J. B. Kleek, Propreitor. Presented by on.vr.LEH v. nil. 1 itlie 24, 886. " HI " flagon will be formally presentThe ed to the Commandery at is next 1st Grand meeting by Mr. Dehoney. 2d l, 1st Mention. . " ' .. . ... .... .... .... .... .... . Nellie Unrns La urn Hodges Au.ia Bell China . Ora Scotton . Bueua Vista Dean . Lizzie Gum . Eloisu Hall Loulio Nehon Ida Dougherty . DOYH. 9U . Do 07 . . . I)," 1)1 . . . The concentrated power and curative virtues of Ayer'.s Sarsapirill'i tender it the most reliable and economical medicine that can bo used. Safe for patients of all ages. The best medicine that can bo obtained is none too good, and is the cheapest, whatever its cost. 3d 1st 2d Hd " " Mention.. " " " ... ... ... - Leslie Bigby Thomas Taylor Willie Beading Frank Stanley Charlie Shanks Oscar Vest Buell Taylor John Vest JJO . AGENT FOR- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Dl 5)1 The Best Salve in the world for J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com-"'1- ! Bruis'-s- , Sores, Ulcers, Salt 91 Cuts, pany s I'ecrless 1 hreshers and Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Itlieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider 97 Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 9a Skin Eruptions, uud positively cures j1 Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler 89 Piles, or. no pay required. It fs guar.89 anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Columbia's Steam Pumps Works, and baw-mil- l, .88 money refunded. Price 2." cents per 8(5 box. For sale by Joe LcComple. 81 81 Cornice Poles Rogers. cents each at R. disorder, torpid liver, pain In buck or Hide, He. nt'eliTtuiM :et.itl. Onodosia nfhtronu'o 8anatlvo Pills will give relief, AluwUojeirestoiu to i.ew health ami vigor. Ir 'out ot sorts' with hendneho, stomach n, V" hpf in fhn mri4rAf T I Ann flinmi rlnim nrr in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Frank- - m All nf t1ir nhnvi T tf m iort, Ky. Juu j. jj. Jvfl.JBjSS.. m ! ' Vff i V,r , ' W. . . , V,. . mSlliSswgMl- isiiamwuiMimrvKJHaimimKMmw&YTHurmw Kn WROUGHT "" -- IROM in i OR in in iw iiiii ,iMJJi:luiiii.l,B-jirrj.l.j.ivtiujJ.U3C-7q R.A N &fxSm T ".' f; A number of peddlers are going -- fS through the country offering for sale a wrought Iron Range, for which they ask 58; or $63 on time. I have nothing to say about this Range, except that K3l so-call- ed ' rJ The Price is Outrageously of strong cods .v '- I 1 a iS, 'LW y .Y TAJ it a - There are few Ranges that will not cook well when set to E. good flue. I am agent for w $ ' Tl T Mffi a I J maue ui utjst quality iu. 11 Wrought Steel, and having all the ag.. Niiiipriiveiiiciito ivuuvii tu.tiit; uauc lit attached. Prices on Range for 6 if hole, No. 7, with 32 pieces of trim- 1ft &PJ.'.HI ,. X 1 i-1- cs? -. TVT niings, $40; 6 hole, No. 8, $50, full S'M, t " ; trim; No. 8, 4 hole, full trim, S45; 6 hole, No. 8, 30 gallon galvanized boiler and, oven, complete, $65. 'M If J rm) wm tri ji'fl P v v I WILL SELL THE! sP-"- ' RANGE SUBJECT TO APP p. V T f . Ini MI1 W And if it does not give satisfaction will take it back. Can give a number of good names 'wlSl 'f of some of our best people that are using them. ;v .' y Jr1 JmOJM: FIFTEEN TO TWENTY DOLLARS j , . J H m. 1 And give your money and trade to your home merchant. ., ffi$T fta .211 ST. CLAIR ST., JOH1T T- - IBTTCIESZIL-E-S' r. FRANKFORT, KY. ' . : W '. j. -- 5' rarampn"CTrrrairnTOr ilS8T-Sllleii- ig!t. aMAO.mjsaigiErarai Educational. The Franklin County Teacher's Association will meet at Peak's Mill, on the 2d Saturday in July, at Switzor the Jth Saturday in July, and at the school-hous- e on the 1st Saturday Pol.-prov- w'e hope the friends of Common Schools, and especially the teachers and trustees, of the different neighborhoods will turn out and take a lively interest in these meetings. If you want better schools, show it by encouraging the members of this Association in their efforts. Our motto is "Better Schools and Better Teuehers." in URtist. A Card. r . k.i Editor Roundabout: I desire to call the attention of the Cemetery Cumpany to the fact that calves are allowed to run at large in the Cemetery and are damaging the graves and the flowers planted by loving hands over the last resting place of their dead. Having occasion a few days since to visit my lot, I was surprised and irrieved to find tracks on nearly every grave in it and many of the flowers that Had been piaceri mere at considerable cvpense were trodden down or broken off. Keeling confident that when the attention of the Hoard of Directors is called to this matter it will bo promptly remedied, I have taken this method of bringing it their notice. Lot Owxkk. Harp. v Rain Corn plentif-il- . i,. ,1 fc I'" ll f and tob.teco look well. Wheat hardest is over and moit farmers think there will be a good yield. Mr. George Polsgrovo and wife, of Monterey, were visiting relatives in this section. The Governor Moore went to Monterey last week to assist &. Moore in tlu cultivation of their corn crop. Thoy plowed him down by noon the first dxy. Tiie Governor turned his course to Bald Knob for a few days' visit, after which he will continue to run his coffee pareher. Mr. David Daulton, the contra. 't.-C. & S. II. Turnpike, will on the-F- . have one quarter of said pike completed in a short time, as Mr. Daulton worker and ilou'l-mi- ntl is a first-clagetting his clothes dirty. fa progressing Our Sundny-.ieh'finely and is under the m.itng'itient ef Dr. J. C. Wilson and I'rof. Tracy, two earnest workers i:i Chiislian faith Mr. Tracy will have his organ the next Sunday and will furnish us with some charming music and will also give us a lec'turo on Sunday-schoo- l. Pol-grove r ss nl O-- AsstiocJa. Mrs. Martha Walston has begun building her new store houe. It will be larger and better than the one burned several weeks ago. Miss Nora Glore, who has been visiting in Winchester, has returned home. Miss Mary Leo Glore, who has been attending school at Danville, is. at home for the summer vacation. Wel- come home, Miss Leo. Miss Emma Rossel, a bright little girl, daughter of James llossel, was severely bitten by a dog of Mr. F. R. Lewis' a few days ago. We are glad to learn she is doing well at this writ- ing. Spalding represent Antioch at this term of the Court. Why don't the trustees go to work The and build a new school-housold one is an eyesore and disgrace; to tho whole neighborhood. Tear it down at once. "Straws show tho way the wind blows." We hear somo of the friends of John AV. Payne are talking of calling on him to run for Sheriff. Nothing like lining in time, boys. Thoy had a lively timo of it at the picnic last Saturday; all seemed to enjoy themselves. e. Messrs. James Rossel and Henry IIoOiiii:itOU. wife, a son. Died. At the residence of Mr. Bur-ni- o Johnson, Juno tho loth, Miss Alice Born. To Mr. Brosio Qunrles and Harvest is about over. Blackberries now, and what a jam-mtime we'll have. Bald Knob. Bom. On June 14th, to the wife of Mr. uiiviii ureenup, a son: Logan Wheat crop is better than it lias been Edward. for years. Miss Ada McEwan, of Frankfort, is Mr. Loin. Went worth, of this place, visiting Miss Sallie Triplett, near is a Republican candidate for County School Superintendent. Bro. L. II Salin will preach at Mt. Dr. Reynolds, of Hatton, spent last Pleasant evening at 7:3(1 Saturday night with Dr Robinson. o'clock. Come. Tobacco men who have been so sanThe boys don't seem to talk much guine of a big crop this fall, find their about swimming this week, as they prospects in a saturnine state at the have heretofore. present time. Misses Lucy and Emma Stedman Prayer-meptin- g at Lebanon Church paid our village a short visit one evenevery Saturday night and Sunday-scho- ing last week. every Sunday afternoon at' 3 Mrs. Sarah Featherston has been o'clock. Come and join in the good quite sick, but we are glad to learn work. she is better. Zeke Yocum likes the photograph of that h Messrs. John Newman, James the Blootnington correspondent, and and W. T. Featherston are on wants to have it enlarged sick list this week. Prof. Tracy has moved his orchestra the Mrs. G. Thompson, of Stedmanville, from this place to Harp, andasn result the sacred songs and prayers to God are has beon visiting friends and relatives hushed in silence at the Union Sunday-scho- in Woodfoul county this week. here. Miss Mary Morgan and Mrs. Fannie The protracted meeting at Lebanon Allen, of Stedmanville, were up this Church, conducted by Revs. Burl on week, visiting Sirs. Eliza and Mrs. and Head closed on last Friday night South Trimble. with 27 additions. 128 were immor.-c- d Mr. Richard Wilkerson and family, Friday. May they live consistent of Union county, arrived here last members and be instrumental in bring- Tuesday evening, and will remain a ing many more to the fold of God. short while visiting relatives. Bro. Head left Saturday to conduct a Messrs. Newman and Hockersmith protracted meeting at Sit. Curmol have in acres of tobacco that will averUiurclf. age 13 leaves and will do to cut this month. Who can bait that? EBritflgepi&rt. Sir. Bert Einmel and a gentleman friend from Lexington came down last Very seasonable. week on a fishing expedition, and Corn prospect good. stopped with Air. and Sirs. John Ready. Vegetables in abundance. Our friend Pauvkxt, of Peak's Mill, Early apples rather scarce. thinks it strange that butter and potaWheat stacking in full blast. toes are now used in certain localities for engagement presents. If he underClover hay about all harvested. stood the circumstances connected with-iIt depends more on who than what. he would not be surprised. But he knows something about it. Prof. J. B. Lea paid us a visit recentThere is one thing we know about it: ly. you have in your community a Miss Sallie Miller has recovered from That certain young man (who handles a her recent indisposition. Penn well) that is short a new tin bucket and a pound of butter, and we Congregations small at the various churches in this section during the last know of another young man who don't reside in your community, but visit it two Sundays. occasionally (with as much pomp as Wo are glad to note the fact that General Lee ever did in leading the Miss Bettie Wilson is still improving. grand army of tho South) and that he a Whether Sliss Kate Jenkins has returned is short tho--peck of potatoes. e presents will amount to home from a visit to Luwrenceburg. or not but the future Somebody we mean every body glad. any tiling we can't may develop wondero. Miss Ida Crockett is visiting friends Look here, uncle Zeke, you will have at New Castle, Henry county. to hkip from that Stone Kitchen. Mr. R. H. Hawkins, of Lexington, Woodlake has started with shot-gunpaid a visit to friends in this section and Harry is in pursuit with his 17 last week. His health seems to be dogs, and they say they will tree you very much improved. Glad to report. this time, sure. You had better flee Mrs Able- Jenkins, of Graofensburg, to the mountains of Sandrilllo and Shelby county, has beon very sick for change clones with that bad boy; but do Knottfirry there long, or the Dura week or two. ham Bujri'of Woodlake (we mean the Mrs. Tude Mason, of Hawesville, father of the double-heade- d calf) may formerly of this place, has returned overtake and gore you. Our advice is home from a visit to relatives in this for you to move. You have but one and Mercer county her first for twen- friend in Woodlake, and he is the rety years. She was accompanied by tired reporter who is resting on his Miss Mattie Robb, of the same place. pension from tiie press, so you know From present prospects Thanksgiv- your chances are slim. Say what you ing and Christmas turkeys will be please, but never, no never speak about quality corner. Good-byI weep over rather scarce. your dilapidated condition. My lovo Billlo Jackson's horse, Gunner, died to aunt Zeke and the little Zekes. a short timo since from tho effects of P. S Sorry you have the itch, send injuries sustained by rolling in a ditch and get one of Stedman's back scratch-era- . while- wallowing. y Sted-manvill- Hawkins, aged about fifty years. The funeral services took place Wednesday from tho residence of Cant. Steele, con ducted by Ilev. Polk South, after which tho remains were interred in tho family burying ground. Rev. John Cannon preached to a largo crowd Sunday eve, notwithstanding the rain. All expressed themselves well pleased and hope that he will send another appointment soon. Mr. A. G. Hodges, of Peak's Mill, will bo over next Sunday to lecture to our Sunday-schoo- l. Mr. Hodges is an interesting speaker, whom wo will be glad to see among us. Misses Mary Wallace and Kate Duval I spent Monday with Mrs. Job Smith. Among the visitors at our Sunday-scholast Sunday were Misses Joyce and Annie MeDaiuel and Mr O'Nan, of Flat Creek, and Messrs. Har ry Sullivan, Willie Dailey and Gordon Triplett, of Peak's Mill. The rain is spoiling the wheat and giving the weeds a good chance to grow in the cornfields, much to the annoyance of some of our farmers. Lko. ol Tho snlcs on onr market this week amount hhds., with receipts of 2, 130 hhds. for tho Biuno date. Sales .since Jun,y 1st, 70,531 hhds. Tho mnrket litis developed no new features this week. Tho following rinotn- tions represent our market for New Bnrloy Tobncco: Dark Trash $3.00 to $3.50 Colory Trash 8.50 to 5.50 Common Lugs, not colory. . t.00 to fi.00 Colory Lugs 5.50 to 7.50 nesday. Common Leaf, not colory... 5.50 to 8.00 Bob Storts has purchased a now Good Leaf 8.00 to 11.00 thresher. He means business. Fine Leaf 11.00 to 13.00 Born. July 1st, 188(1, to Mr. W. G. Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 13.00 to 18.00 Roberts and wife, a daughter. Afao Foit Sam-- : on IIkxt. The residence the same date to Mr. Andrew Foster of Mrs. Jouott, in South Frankfort. and wife, a son. Still there's more to Sirs. Sallie Crockett has returned home from a visit to relatives in Mercer county. Regular services at Evergreen Church this evening at two o'clock and tomorrow at eleven. Tho Messrs. Wade Bros. & Towles have finished their pike contract in Anderson county, and will commence tho construction. of the remaining mile and three quarters of the Bridgeport and Benson pike next Monday. Sirs. Thos. Freeman, of Backer's Station, was in the village last Wed- ILouiBvillc Tobacco Market. rUBNIBIIED BT OLOVEIt 6 DUBBKTT, l'BO- - vutistoim louihvii.i.k tobacco wabk-iiouhi- :. to,l!)l follow. Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, Mrs Mollie Armstrong has been in Louisville this week. COLLECTOR'S SALE! FOIl Forks of I31ii2ioru. TAXES. so e. amounts. Name. years 1883, '81, 'WJ, '82, 'SI, 'SO, '79, or much of lot as will satisfy, said door m the City of at the Court-hous- e Frankfort, Franklin county, soil at Public Sale for cash, to the highest bidder, the following Town Lots for taxes due the town of Hello Point for the I will on Mondav. Alienist 2d. ifiSii. NOEL GAINES. C. B. P. Total tax- - Value of town lots. 1SS5. ol Calvoit. Ike Gault, J W Hnle3. C T. Hammond, V R. Hodges, H G Kane, Win Lewis, Wm . Lewis, Robort . $f00 I'OO .... . 5S0 700 250 70 llfi8 CO $1 30 85 .) 85 3 45 1 05 n on 4 45 2 2 3 2 0 75 . . Merchant, Hock-ersmit- Moore, Jas D . . Owens, Gny (Col) CO.. 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