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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886072401 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iTV k mfm7r$;m y i'i; ty W1 : r M ' " L 4 IA't.' The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. Lv jr. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. The Franklin Association of Baptists will meet with the Baptist Church in this city on Tuesday after the third Saturday in August, which comes, this year, on the 24th day of the month. This will be a meeting of more than usual interest. Mrs. Penelope Wingate, of this city, has jusf done a handsome thing for the , Baptist Church. She proposes to build room for complete a Sunday-schoThis will be a fheir Sunday-schoo- l. grand monument to this grand old mother in Israel. Cixpt Harrison Brown, brother of Gen. Scott Brown and Judge Reuben Brown, of this county, died suddenly nt his home in Woodford county, Wednesday. The remaines will be interred in our cemetery, this afternoon at 4 o'clock, with Masonic honors. ol FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 24, 1886. Number 4$ State Sunday School Con- - ventlon. st ol ' r Mr Qlarence L. Kendall will next job bindery in week opt'n a first-claoffice, and hopes connection with this to receive the patronage of his numerous friends. He has tented the room "over Mr. Thos. Rodman, jr's grocery, which he will fit up for the purpose, ' with the entrance from the stairway of the Odd Fellows Temple. He will be ready for business by the las,t of the ss week. Centennial envelopes, letter heads, hat'', bonnets, cigars, "pipes, flags, coats, wagons, carts, drags, . In fact centennial everything will be in order in Frankfort from now until - ' the celebration on the 6th of October, - onrl frr Bfivernl months nftpvu'nrds. A race and a centennial horse race, boat show-window- s, . l m IIT attendance. The number of schools represented last year was 2,080, with l6,85tf officers and teachers, and 115,507 scholars, while from that number ;U05 were ad-ded to the churches. All of these num bers will be largely increased, we expect, from the report of the 21st session. ttilnH m .trit-l- o Riomi naiirnnninl no . wiiimhiiih Ve ask your earnest Wiimup wiviiu rit'kt-wKtfand .. all over the city will be attractive hearty, support to make this a grand k4 . success "f&n. events. U. V. Williams, Vice Pres. State S. S. Union. Col. John N. Crutcher, of Belle Point, Bev. George Da ksie, has in hs possession an old pocket Male Executive Committee. WtSl "J liiirco enirl tn linvp hppn wiirn hv T)nru S. C. Bull, ffr iel Boone in the last century, and pre- Vid'n. Com Arrangements dtytl '.served in the family of old Zachary Forks of Elkhom. KtS Taylor, and handed to Col. Crutcher bK 30 or 40 years ago, which ho proposes Mis Birdell Bedford, Jett Station, is An.: jo turn over to the centennial on the here .spending a few days with relaft$yfi 6th of October. Persons'having other tives. flS? relics of the past ago will confer a last- - Mrs William Bedford left Tuesday for Shelby county to visit relatives. ifS&i iiirr fiicnr hv flnlntr Hkpwisiv Mrs Cleveland is some better this mw S&yk , Great complaint is made of men and week, Mr. Thomas Baker, near Woodlake, fife boys going in swimming in tne river is imroving; although quite feeble. fr--' just outside the city limits, in daylight, Wheat is averaging from 20 to 80 pw especially on sunuay auernoons, in bushels70per acre, around here, and is cents per bushel. k$ plain view of persons travelling along worth Dr. Mrs. Pryor, of Georgetown, is in t jf VIIK uuwieutvuuijj.yiive. tunn;- this section visiting relatives. QTPiit )t onto in O" " ' numbers unon the rafts Mr. South Trimble has about com1 O" IViVw, on the east side of the river and seem pleted a large and commodious stock Wk to take a delteht in making an inde- - barn. W iii'V " Mrs. Oscar DqJoiner, nee Minnie Bur-di.1!.t.. ..ll.Atl. r.iauin itu u cumi. uispitiy ti men .MrMn iu .11 jjiis- of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting h sers, whether ladies or Kentlemen, and relatives in this and Switzer vicinity. Mrs. Jennie Featherston left last Satthe matter should be looked into by the urday for Lexington to spend a short j, proper officers. time with friends and relative. O " .Mr. William Boner and daughters, The Exchange conducted by the ' Misses Laura, Maud and Pattie are visladies of the Methodist Church is dis- iting Mrs. ltedy and daughters. continued for the rest of the summer. The. Bob Thresher Co., of Woodlake, J,t will bs re opane i in 2ptenio?r in a are doing an immense business. Loney 'A is cook; lie feeds the boys on wasp permanent plasa. In tha main tim-.'. uny orders left at the grocery of Mr. nests. F. W. Morgan and smf Rev. sister, Miss .H, R. Williams, Soutli Side, will be Mollie, the charming belle of Scott, promptly and satisfactorily filled.. The. paid our village n flying vt&it one even. . "T"ft kit ladles lenuer tneir tnanKs to ail who ing last week, Bro. Morgan will ' have encouraged them and hope to preach at Mt, Pleasant morning at 11 o'clock. K merit a continuance and increase of Rev. Basil Manly, of Louisville, but patronagevvhon they resume the Ex- late from Germany, preached at Providence Church last Sunday morning, change in the fall. and in the afternoon visited our SundayIn company with Bro. WilMr. J. F Jaworek, of Vienna, Aus- -school tria, and Messrs. Mason & Ford Com- -' liams andallgave us a splendid talk, wo enjoyed very much. pany will sliortly establish a large fur-f- - which Stollefunk family send their The niture manufactory at the Penitentiary kindest regards to Uncle Zeke Yokum . Vii iUa niirnico hfWmnnilfilpfnrintr ... - and are .more than happy to know that yy. Jl KllKi uii .iv. r.a. ....-...- .. furC Beech wood, of which there ho is better of the itch. Also a very niturefrom kind and good lady from the Kitchen h is any quantity in this section. The en- - neighborhood sympathises with him, ' terprise will require a capital of $00,000 a nd says she thinks she could cure him "' , and will employ 250 convicts, with 10 by scratching him with a broom and a dose or two- of ' skilled workmen from Austria. Messrs. of smoothing rolling pins and a plaster irons. She thinks the & Ford Co. will control the i. i Mason remedy sure and intends to try it the f. .'v imtprnriQP nnfl Mr. Jiiwnrnk will hft tlin first opportunity. Tell our dear Uncle W$ ' Superintendent, The old hemp house that Woodlake has cooled a little, but in the Penitentiary will be used for the ih the isStone Kitchen (neighborhood)if there considerable biling over and , purpose, and fifteen car loadgof machl- - ho ventures too near there ho will suref nerv are expected in a few days to be ly get scalded. If anything happens, wo say peace be with your ashes, set up in it. f- Mr. B. A. Bohannan has set on foot s a movement to get up a gymnasium in this city. It is proposed to lease one of the large brick ware- Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- houses on Main street, and fit it up for tinuance of the same, the purpose, putting in all kinds of exercising aparatus, bath rooms, billiard and pool tables, and make it a pleasant place for the young men of We will always do the city to spend their leisure hours. It is proposed to raise $1,500 for the purposes, charging a membership fee of ten dollars, and fifty cents monthly -- THAN YOU- dues. Quite a number of our young men have already signified their willUnion. We will be compelled to call upon ingness to go into the organization and the friends of the cause and citizens April 17. 18S6. doubtless will prove a success. generally to throw open their doors it and assist in the entertainment of the GBEATER THAN THE GEEATEST. hundreds of delegates that will be in first-clas- The twenty-firannual session of the Kentucky Sunday-schoUnion will be held in the City of Frankfort, in the New Opera House, on August 17, 18, 10, 1880. The object of the Union is to promote the cause- of Sunday-schooin Kentucky. Its membership consists of ministers of the gospels, officers and teachers of Sunday-schooland such delegates as may be appointed by Sunday-school- s and Sunday-schoconventions. Its officers consist of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer. and State Visitor,' with an Executive Committee of fifteen members. All denominations are represented in the management and conduct of the work. Each county is oiilcered by a Vice President for the county, appointed by the State Convention and' an Executive Committee. Franklin County, for the present year, is officered as follows: Dr. U. V. Williams, Vice President, S. C. Bull, Chairman of the Committee, with a membership on the Committee of Grant Green, Horace Posey, Capt. T. G. Poore, Win. .McEwan, and Dr.S F. Smith. The committee desire to call the attention of the various churches and Sunday-school- s of the county to the importance of this Convention, and urge them to appoint delegates to meet with the Convention, which we have assurance will be the largest ever held since the organization of the ls s, ol We acknowledge the receipt of a complimentary ticket to the Lawrence-bur- g fair, which commences on the 17th of August and continues four days. As this is the only fair .which takes place in our immediate section it should be liberally patronized by our citizens. R. K. McCLURE, Would announce to his friends that his Attention, Sir Knights. There will be a called meeting of Frnnk-foComranndory, No. 4, K. T., this nftor-noo- n at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the burial of Sir Harry Brown, of Versailles Comraandery, No. 2. By order of JAS. A. MURRAY, E. C. Attest: W. S. Dehoney, fee. rt SFRXXTG - OF - STOCK MVfr Boots, Shoes, Hats, Boob, Is now complete. Thankful for the Ac. LIBERAL PATRONAGE ASSURING YOU THAT AS .WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER CAN DO ELSEWHERE. THE LAUGEST AND MOST PBOSPEBOCS BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT IN TIIE SOUTH. Hr, l ? S -- St. Tneiameanci good done by ihe S. S. . Company cannot be told in the lim iiwi space that we have, but suff'erincr humanity has blessed the man that has given to them the means whereby Our their sufferings could be alleviated. Of all the patent medicines that have been offered to the public, none lias ever received the substantial endorsement that this great medicine has. There i hardly a drug store in the United States that does not keep this great alleviator on its shelves. The first cause of the success of S. S. S is its merits. For blood poison it is a remedy that never fails. It has routed disease, and victory in the shape of a huge fortune has been realized by the S. S. S. Company. Mothers have blessed it for the relief of their children. AugUsta Chronicle, May 23, 1880. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific; Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d A Reliable Article. HOT WEATHER GOODS Oolored. TT":n.d.er-s7"ea,- r f J and G3"OOcLs we have greatly reduced in price. Strarw f "j . :a l! We have all kinds of UNDERWEAR, Suitable for the warm weather. Oome and See TTs Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. J ' . n, For enterprise, push and a desire to get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Drug- READ! gists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's the best medicine on the market, for Coughst Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents 1 and $1.00. Samples free. PRICES REDUCED! EEAD! 4wa WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! 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-room i I From Pole to Pole Aran's power of euro for all diseases of tho blood. SAitSAlAMLLA J has duuonatrutctl Its J i . New Bedford, June 1, 1883. Dr. J. C. Aran & Co. Twenty years ngo I was a lmrpooncr la tho North l'Aeific, when tho others of tho crcwnml myself wero laid up with scurvy. Our bodies were bloated, gums swollen and bleeding, teeth loose, puiplo blotches all over us. and our breath seemed rotten. Tnkolt by and largo wu wero pretty badly off. All our was accidentally destroyed, but tho captain had a couplo dozen bottles of Aveu's SAnaAPARlLLA and, gavo us that. Wc recovered on It quicker than I lmo ever sicnracn llme-julco The Harpooner's Story. WE HAVE SOME -- RARE AND ARE - BARGAINS! GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. broui;htaboutbyanyothcrtreatmentforScury, and l'vo seen a good deal of it. Seeing no mention In your Almnnao of your Sirwiparllla being good for scurvy, I thought you ought to know of this, and so send you tho facts. Itespectfully yours, IUlfii Y. Winoate. TZIITZBL N. B. c3C 0'ZD03ST3SrEZ-,X-.- , WEITZEL'S NEW BLOCK. 223 ST. CLAIR STREET, . rnuch plcasuro to testify to tho great vnluo of your Barsapamia. Wo bavo been stationed hero for over two years, durlnir "which time we bad to llvo in tents. Being under canvas for such a tliuo brought on what is called in this noa tnoso sores lor country "veiut-sores- ." somo time. I was advised to take your Sana. , two bottles of which raado my sores Sarllla, rapidly, and I am now qulto well. T. K. Boden, Yours truly, Trooper, Cape Mounted Rflemtn. Maten,I!asutolandS.Africa,)3Iarch7,1883. Dr. J. O. Atxr es Co. ucnticmen : i. liavo The Trooper's Experience. 1,000 Remnents of all kind of goods at your own price. CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q- - MA.TTEJR1ST, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutcher - Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is tho only thoroughly effective tho only medicine that eradicates tho poisons of Scrofula, Mercury( and Contagious Dlscoso from tho system. blood-purlfle- k Starks' White Ilali Clothing House FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. ' Dr. J. prepared by C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, MasB. ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Sold by all Druggists : Price 91 ; Six botUea for 85. v.- -, .VV-i- f v m I- - . -- - i' IK WiL i '" 1. rJ" PRAMFORT filtered atthe post-offi- ROUNDABOUT. ce al Cranklort, Kentucky as rcond class mailable matter. ft- vt GEORGE A. LEWIS, axxca. 'apTablielier. Bc3.it-- e FRANKFORT. JULY 24, 188G. 3Jffi Mr. Lemuel Wentworth having declined to make the rnce for County Superintendent of Common Schools upon the Republican ticket, Mr. Chas. TT. Parrent, a gentleman eminently qualified for the position, has been nomi- my. .jas. jurown icit yesterclav for Lexington, having secured a position in the C. & O. shops in that city. Mr. W. B. ITnivkiiv nnd vfn nf Somerset, are visiting his father, Dr. j. ivuvsuu jiuwKius, uuiir mis city. Mrs. Annie B. Walcutt, who has been verv ill fur snmn tlmo. wo nm glad to say is slowly but surely recov- MissMnild Wilson left Wednesday evening for her home in Aberdeen, Ohio, to spend the Summer. 820,000 820,000 CILOTIHIIIrGr-- STOCK! ' BOUGHT AT THE '4 ering. b i ' Sf nated by the Republican County Committee for the position. The monument to be erected over the grave of the late James F. Leonard, who first invented sound reading, by the Old Time Telegraphers' Association, was "brought to this city on "Wednesday from the'house-oA. Pool &Son, Louisville, and set up in the cemetery, and will beunveiledon the 29th of this month. The shaft is ten h feet in "height, with iflie design of pole at oadh'corner and lines running across from pole to pole, while-othe panel a human hand rests upon a telegraph key. f a'tel-egrap'tele-prap- h m . t' ML k ' i &A The sermon of ev. Dr. L. H. Ker-foo- t, of Midway, atthe Baptist Church, on last Sunday morning, on the reopening of that Church, was one of unusual power, eloquence and directness. It was listened to by the larg audience present with close and undivided attention. The membership, and indeed the whole community rejoice at the improved and beautiful appearance which the Church presents.1. The pastor, Rev. G. F. Bagby, is to be congratulated upon the work thus far accompl ished. The widow of the late Alex. G. Brawner will receive $2,000 insurance upon his life, from the Royal Templars of Temperance, of which organization he had been a member for seven years, and had paid into the beneficiary fund only $121.10 in death assessments of $1.00 per member in that time. This organization is a. temperance society with an insurance feature similar to that of the Knights of Honor, which admits both ladies and gentlemen, who can take insurance to the amount of $300, $1,000, or $2,000 as they may select. ' ?K w water pipe for the line The St. Clair Street Bridge has across the arrived and will be put up in a few days. The pipe is very light, being made of galvanized sleel plates riveted together in spiral form, the sections being bolted together at the ends, and will add very little additional weight to the bridge. It will be run along the west side of the bridge in a manner similar to that in which the gas main crosses on the east side, and when in position the city will be certain of an adequate supply of water in ca&e of an accident to the large 14 inch main in the bottom of the river. ch Miss Ellen Harris, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mrs. Arch. Overton for several weeks, has returned home. Mr. Tiivlnr Mnrirnn. nf Nfmrmlita Tennessee, who has been visiting his Of from house of August Bernheim relations nere, leit Tuesday morning for home. &lJ3auer, Col. D. L. Sllblett and wife loft Tups. day afternoon for a month's visit to Olrt Point Comfort and the mountains of Virginia. Mrs. B F. Meek, of Louisville, who 'f z '' has been visiting her daughter, Mr. Richard Church, in this city, returned offered by us, values These goods will home Monday. be Misses Prue Hunt, of St. Louis, and Lucile Blackburn, of Versailles, have been visltimr Mrs. Russell Rodman the past week. Miss Willenor Abbott, of Shelby ville. who has been visiting Mias Maud Wayts for the pat two weeks, returned home this morninsr. Miss Gray, of Pekin, Illinois, and Mtes Annie McClarty, of Louisville, are the guests of the Misses Macklin, on Washington street. days for cash only. Now is all for Mr. Jas. Greenup, of this city, left yesterday for Louisville, having securi ed the position of traveling man for Messrs. F. A. Gerst & Co., of that Citv. Mrs. W. L. Jett and children. Miss Susie Read, of this county, nnd Miss Lizzie Jett, of Richmond, left Thursday morning for a visit to Drennon Springs. Mrs. W. H Bartholomew, Miss Su, sie and Master Willie Bartholomew, Miss Bessie and Master Sam Bernard, of Louisville, are visiting the family of 23Il.1Li3L Prof. S. P. Browder. ',i Mrs. Emma Utley and daughter, of Louisville, are visitiner Mr. J. W. Johnson, South Side. They expect to lenvesoon for St. Louis where they will make their future home. EXE- HAVING MADE The many friends of Mrs. Levi T XI cute all kinds of ARRANGEMENTS TO Crutcher, this county, who has been DEALERS IN JOB PRINTING AND BINDING quite dangerously ill for some time, AT THE will rejoice to learn that she is a great deal better, and is able to sit up again. 7 fxce Bia.lld.i33.gr, 7 "2"eos33.an. JVFfil We are glad to know that little Robundersigned respectfully solicit a share of vour ert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peter, the patronage. We nro prepared to execute, upon shoit of Louisville, who has been quite 111 notice at the residence of his grandfather, BbANK BOOKS, BRIEFS, :. Mr. Jas. M. Todd, in this city, is greatLETTitt AND BILL HEADS, ly better. s usually done lu any und such other work us Is establishment. We piopose to execute work Mrs. Lucy Ward, of Nab Station, AGENTS FOR Indiana, who has been visiting her at as close Ugures as can be made by any office lu Central Kentucky. TANNER & WILLIAMS. parents here, left Thursday afternoon 2ijy.lt , for home, accompanied by her sister, Miss Lizzie "Whitehou.se, who will reM i ..i-iSN'main with her for several weeks. SMALL Mrs. Kate Venable and daughter, Acow, ubout No murks old, HALF ALDERNEYu with Miss Mittie, of Denison, Texas, arrived which turn In. three yearsremembered,small horns, will pay im.v.rj These machines are unexcelled for Vm in this city Saturday evening, and will llbtrul rewaid for her return or such information as L. TOBIN. visiting Mr. will enable me to get her. remain for several weeks, ia simplicity, durability and lightness W. T. Reading. They attended the July tf. of draft. A full line of repairs in National Teachers Association, at stock. Call and examine our stock Kansas. Hon. John C. .Cooper, ofShelbyville, before buying elsewhere. OUND TRIP TICKETS TO THIS POPULAR editor of the Sentinel, was in the city R re30i.nowonsaleatS4.C5. good to return Oct. yesterday and paid the Roundabout Hist either via Lexington or Louisville. Baggage iUii jniswjuan, uisttier. a very pleasant call renewing an old checked21through. July it. friendship which began during the dark days of '01, when he was ihe youngest member of the House of RepresentaHas just recived his large tives, from Lincoln county, nnd we a page in that body. ME Great Auction Sale! the Underwriters, the celebrated at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! represent the best ever marked at the and LOWEST CASH PRICES! In departments thirty the time to buy . CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. T77HITE CRUTCHER & STARHS. SPE0IALN0TICE MASTIN BROS. Hardwarej Buggies Wagons, Harness Saddles, fyc. McCormick n first-clas- STRAYED. FAWN-COLORE- D Binders. ,rT, KttAJt'MS&MUWMS. KfFmmmscjiitp 144 To-pek- a, Crab Orokard Springs 1 Dudley Institute! TWENTT-FIHST J. T. BUCKLEY SPRING-- STOCK OF Call nnd examine the - . Personal. Mis? Keith, of the Misses Nicol. BORN". In this county on Saturday. July 17th, 1886, to Sir. John Edge and wife, n daughter Edith Si'imatON. Semi-Annu- al Session of this school WILL COMMENCE at Eminence. Mies Minnie Cain is visiting friends Lexington, is visiting OBITUARY. "Friend after friend departs, Who has not lost a friend?" We are again called upon to mourn the loss of a trua and noble friend. Capt. Alexander Goldsmith Drau.ier passed pea:c July, j illy away at 3 a. m.. on the 14th of was l.iG. thus In his He was born In October 1830, and year. He enlisted In Burns battery, C. S. h A. at Greenville, Miss.; was captured at Fort Donel-8oand sent to Camp Moore, where he and two. of his comrules made their escape, he returning to Kentucky Joined the "Orphan Brlgj le"; was wouud-e- d ut Chlckumauza In the right leg below the knee. Who that knew him us a friend, but loved him? With u heart full of kindness he was ever ready to help those In need. ( During nls canvass for the Legislature against Hon. Ira Julian he wits several times offered money to use In the election, which ho refused, saying he would not have an office he had to buy. We huve consigned his body to the tomb, have paid the last tribute of respect to his remains; but his memory and his good deeds will live In the hearts of his friends while reason holds her swuy To his beloved family and relatives we extend our heartfelt sympathy, and would commend to Him who has promised to be "A father to the fatherless and u husband to the widow," and let us remember that "L,ur loss Is his eternal gain." "Softly tread, for lot he elcepeth, Weep not, all his pains uro o'er, Safe now la the arms of Jesus He can smile at all his loci." T. II. fifty-sixtn, oiuvtfti mains co manic is. - TERMS FROM L" -' Si iw J CM? f KflftA"' ' if V ;. this city. Mr Finlay F. Bush, of Louisville, was in the city Sunday on a vMt to his parents. Mr. Tarlton Julian, of Mt. Sterling, spent the past week with his lather near this city. Mrs. I. T. Risley, of Lagrange, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Shefier Richardson, in this city. Mr. Will Richardson, of Nashville, Tennessee, is visiting his father' family near this city. Mr. Albert Martin, of Lovisuille, was visiting the family of Judge W. P. D. Buh, on Sunday. Mr. Casper Gayle left Monday for a two week's visit to Jus parents, near Swltzer, this county. Mrs. Grant Green, jrr, wlio lias been visiting friends in Covington and Versailles, hus returned home. Miss Birdie Ashurst, of Georgetown, is visiting the Misses Marshall, South Side. Hon. J. W. Tate and and wife have returned from a week's visit to relatives in Ohio. Miss Irene "Went, of Lexington is visiting her father,.Col. E. C. Went, in citv Miss Georgie Brodbeck, of Cincinnati, is visiting Miss Carrie Selbert Mr. Harry O'Donnell returned Sunday from a trip to Toronto, Canada. Miss Janie JDdwards, oi Woodford, is visiting Miss May Bagby in this Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, is visiting relations in this city. Mr. Geo. Prout, of Sandusky, Ohio, is visiting Mr. Western Thomas. 820 TO T. Jul) 21-2- 37 PKR SfCSSION. SOUTHERN QUEEN IVL TURNER, Principal. Wrought Steel Range, The new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, tho famous HOUSE AND LOT, LOCATED ON THE CORNER A of Second und Murray streets, lot 60 by 100 feet, and house containing live rooms. Will be sold on easy terms. Apply to . J.E.KENT. Corner 2dv& Shelby. July 17-l- FOE SALE1 PUBLIC SALE I And to many other useful articlen too merous to mention, nil at tho f nu- LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering gRB fitting and plumbing. Of Lund, Stock, Farming Implements and Town Lots. A1Sserve, on Assignee of IL O. Davis I will sell without re " JOB WORK ,.xm 'Ji-f- tVf t Give me a call, Thursday, August 12, lf two-sto- ry ITOTIOE. HAVING the lute John Henderson, all persons knowing theuibelveri Indebted to him will please come forward and settle at once, and all those having claims against the estate of said decedent are notthed to present the same, properly proven, tor settlement. JulyUl-l- m BEEN APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR J. C. ROGERS, Adin'r. 188C,ut 10 o'clock, a. m., on the home place, ono-haS-A-IL mile west of Midway, 10 town lots and 1 house with 4 rooms, In the town of Midway. Also ubout 40 acres of land situated near Midway. There Is u two story brick dwelling house on the land, which contulna 8 rooms and has all necessary conveOffice on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. niences; one tobacco barn, two tenement houses, FARM-- ! und out buildings usually found on u farm. Near the linnspi Is a never fulllnir sorbin and u flsh uond. The REPRESENTING location Is convenient to churches, Schools, drc. A WELL KNOWN AND VERY FINE FARM, 7Vj the'ubove tract of land Is SI acres of No. J land A miles by turnpike from Frankfort or Lnwrence-burNear 15 Leadine American and Foreign Companies, with a large tobacco barn on It, und u tenement ubout 3 miles by pike from either Bridgeport, house with il rooms, which will be sold at tho same Alton or Hurdlusvllle, contulufng WITH OVER Also ISO acres of land, lying In Scott county, one mile east of Fisher's mill, adjoining the farms of R. P. Fcpier, known us the Samuels und Glass Place, All in grass or clover, except about 2) acres. The will bo sold publicly at same tjme. It la well fenced Improvements consist of a solidly built brick house 'PERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- ertv nt lowest rates. Airent Anchor T.inn nf of seven rooms, pantry und kitchen, good double , und Fupplled with wafer. Tho stock consists of 4 No. 1 milch cows, 'i work cabin for servants, largo stables, boggy house, gran- g Stenmshlp. Prepaid Ticket sold from any nofnt -in smoke-housenc-ln&c. Great Bmtnlii or Ireland. Apray-jary, corn crib, saddle mare. mules und 1 good, und u great deal of It new. Fine well und The farming Implements are such as usually spring In the ard, and nbundunce of stock wuter. found on a farm. . pxom ' Terms liberal. Deferred payments to suit purT. P. DAVIS, Assignee. chaser.. Cull on the undersigned, onB,the premises. B. Bhanuam, Auctioneer, It. KINKEAD. July Mm. July t. FOE F. C. HT7CHBS, r V General Insurance Agent, THE TERRY ;l V) g, $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. l y. v,r,' ' Xi l e, hen-hous- e. ". 17-4- Job Work noatlv cuted at this office. I ii ti . ..' n. ' '',. n -- , - fclr WV"V i . ", i sir ' ' r " - J K . I 2aigff,i!&yj w !" - T 'l , II V" J j ,. kil&kdi 5 wfliwffi-jAfflf'tff- i "- - " - - T- - fi & 1W dl l& . ir ir o'clock tho procession wns formed on Mnin streot, with tho hond rosting on Ann, in the Lieut. Gov. Hinriman has withdrawn following order: from tho race for Congress In the Kiev 1. Platoon of Police. enth District. 2. Sohniedor's Bund. 8. Frankfort Commnndory, No. 4, Knights The BoUNDAnouT man spent Sun- Templar, followed by the Master Masons of day In Eminence, the guest of Presi- Hiram, Esoteric and W. F. Beard Lodges. dent Glltner, of Eminence College. 4. Canton Berry, No. 0, I. O. O. F., by the members of Capital and StoBegular services, morning and night, ney Creek Lodges, I. O. 0. F. by at the Christian Church, 5. Grand Officers, Mayor, City Council the pastor of the Church. All cordialand City Officers in carriages. ly invited. G. Good Tomplars and Bluo Ribbon Club. There will be a Republican plc-ni- e 7. Oar bearing 88 Httlo girls of tho City and barbecue at the Stoney Creek cross- School, representing the' 88 States, seated ing on the Frankfort and Flat Creek in pyramidical form, with the Goddess of national anthem was then sung b The soothing and restorative effects Prof. Wayland Graham and tho Mikado of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral are realized Tho coruur stone of the new City School Singing Club, after whidh tho beautiful Ma- in all cases of coughs, throat or lung FRANKFORT, JULY 24, 1880. Building was lnid with approprinto ceremo- sonic coremony of laying tho stono was per- troubles, while its powerful healing nies on Saturday nftornoon, in tho presence formed by Wm. Ryan, of Louisville, acting quauues are snown in tne most pui monary disorders. Rooms foii Bent Apply to Mrs. Willis Green, No. 217 Washington of a lnrgo nssemblnge of citizens. At 2:30 ns tho proxy of tho Grand Master, assisted FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The Corner Stone. A R. ROGERS, -- DEALEK IN- - 1 & Street. 2t fol-owe- d pike next Saturday. ' . . 'I m cv 51? l. t I'r PI IS Bev. Sam. Jones will visit relatives at Eminence about the last of this month, and doubtless would visit this city also if invited jo do so. There will be a barbecue and plc-ni- e " given In the old Sugar Tree Grove, on the Louisville pike, near this city, on Saturday next, July 3lst, at which music, dancing and speaking will be the ordqr of the day., I spece Found A pair of tacles which the owner can have by calling at this office, proving property, rewarding the colored boy who found them and paying for this notice. , m A small package of lace, Pound v1ilch was left lying on the sill of the general delivery window of the can be had by calling at this of-flee and paying for this notice. gold-framPost-offic- e, Liberty at tho'top. 8. Superintendent and Teachers of the City School in carriages. 0. Fire Department. The whole forming one of the longest and most imposing processions over gotten up in this city, the car containing tho little & V? i felV 1 '.H- - j.iiiuuiqi. ui Wiiic vj, held an open air services on last Sunday, at Lake Park, Bellepoint, which 1.111. wivh-v- a Was very largely attended Every- thing passed off very quietly and to the satisfaction of all concerned. Bobert A. Swigertf Esq., has sold Glenelg colt, Sir his Joseph, to D. T. Pulsifer, of Chicago, Ills., for $5,000. The colt was well sold, not having kept the promise which he gave last year, of being a winner. "Dr. W. I. Kelley, of Cincinnati, will visit our city for a second time this month on Saturday next, the 31st inst., on which occasion he will be at the Capital Hotel for the reception and treatmentof patients. Mr. John Driscoll has purchased of Mrs. M. ICahr her stock of groceries and removed from his old stand on Holmes street to the room lately occupied by Mrs. Kahr, on St. Clair. Mrs. Kahr and family will shortly remove from this city and locate either in Cincinnati or Louisville. At the next regular meeting of Capitol Lodge, No. 2G9, L O. of G. T., to bs held at Masonic Hall, Thursday, at 8 p. ,m., there will b3 an election of officers for the ensuing term. All members are requested to attend, and friends who wish to unite with us are welcome. three-year-old li'Z m MV . it. S?; "m ' . fi - . X? m., ? RfrJV KS . ISAdl m " John W. Willis Wayts, Beading, W. C. T. Seo. ' The most dangerous sidewalk in the city is tho one on the west side of St. Clair street, running from Wapplng street to tho Bridge. If it is.the city's duty to have it repaired, it should be done at once, but if it belongs to tho abutting property owners the authorities should see that they are required, to renew It. It is a disgrace to the girls being an exceedingly beautiful and pleasing sight. Tho line of march win east on Main to High, north on High to Clinton, west on Clinton to Ann, north on Ann to Broadway, west on Broadway to St. Clair, south on St. Clair to Main, west on Main to Washington, south on Washington to Wapping, oast on Wapping to S Clair, south on St. Clair to Second, west on Second to City School grounds. On arriving nt the grounds all n Lewis street. On Thursday mornthoso who were to tnko part in the ceremonies took their stations upon the platform, ing he wrs attacked with a severe and after music by the band, Rev. G. F. oothache, took a dose of hydrate of Bngoy, acting us Grand Chaplain, offered hloralto allay the pain, and retired . H fo his room about 11 o'clock, giving prayer, nt tho close of which Hon. Taylor, Jr., Mayor of the city, delivered the .instructions that he should not be following speech: wakened at the dinner hour. About Ave o'clock that afternoon some one Ladies and Gentlemen: This large assemblage, the impressive went into the room and discovered ceremonies we are just inaugurating, and that he was dead. Coroner Ph.ythian the influences that have sympathetically drawn us together, illustrate more perfectly was notified, and held an inquest over tlan can be imbodied in the phraseology of the body, when the jury returned a language, the profound interest taken by verdict of death from an overdose of the poople of this beautiful city in the cause of popular education. That interest is, in chloral. deed, fairly electric, for scarcely havp tht Cutting Boxes and Cider Mills at fires ceased to send up their columns of pit iless smoke, marking the destruction of u lastin Bros. costly building, than tho spado and the If you want a good juicy steak, sweet trowel, the materials and the workmen, are hero to fashion a building more costly, Hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salmore imposing, and better adapted to tlv ver's store, No. 223 Main street, oppof!4-t- f. wants of this energetic community. site Dr. Duvall's residence. Success has attended this institution from tho beginning. There has been no fata Have used Tongaline in two cases of halt in its development whether we look neuralgia and one of rheumatism, and to the material elements that give it archi- obtained almost inf,mr mltef. Rectectural attractiveness, to the formulated ommend its use in all such cases. plans of those, who provide for its mainteJno. F. Clarke, M. D., Garth, Ala. nance, or to tho scholastic features daily reflected from its busy halls. In this new building, as in the old, will be gathered the representative strength, in embryo, of the Great excitement has been caused in new Frankfort the Frankfort of the future. the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the reNay more, who shall unfold the possibilities that may here recoive its first nurturing markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could jiot turn care? There is no more attractive spot, thero is in bed, or raise his head; everybody no more fitting time than this, in which to ?aid he was flying of Consumption. erect and donate this new building to com- V trial bottle of Dr. King's NevDis-;over- y was sent him. Finding relief, mon school purposes. This is Frankfort's Centennial year and wo proudly match the he bought a large bottle and box of humble log cabin whore the child of the Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the first settler obtained the rudiments of time he had taken two boxes of "Pills knowledge, with this splendid edifice now and two bottles of he Discovery, he being erected and within which, in graded was well and' ha'd gained in flesh form, the solid branches of substantial ed- thirty-si- x pounds'. 'Trial bottles of this ucation aro to be daily unfolded. It is Great Discovery for Consumption free Frankfort's free gift to all her children of at Jos. LeCompte. 2 whatever rank, or degreo, or parentage. And right hero nnd now, we beg of this peoCider Mills and Cutting Boxes at ple not to let flag that supreme intorest in this school which has been, so far, its all- - Mastin Bros. all sufiicient proteetorato. Subordinate Bucklen's Arnica Salve mere personal and minor considerations to its welfare, and it will stand, in coining The Best Salve In the world for years, as the monument of your wisdom, your intelligence, and your undeviating af- Cuts, Bruists, Sores, Ulcers, Salt fection for tho betterment of tho , rising Uheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Electric Bitters." Thousands of others All the For wire door and windor screens have added their testimony, so that he Muy8-lv- . latest style furniture constantly In stock. verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitcall on Joe Bohannan, shop on Lewis ters do cure all diseases of W. C. MACKLIK. the liver, L. F. COMITON. street, near Main. Pri es range from kidneys or Blood. Only a half-doll10 to 20 cents per square foot wind COMPTON & MACKLIK, a bottle at Jos. Lecompte's drug store. 2 II cost from 90 cents to $2 00, accoidin O tn " PROPRIETORS t, oze. Fob Salk. A fine heifer calf. Apply to R. K. McClure. ELKHOEN ROLLER MILLS, The Franklin County Teacher's A, sociation will meet at the Polsgrovo HAVE THE FULL school-hous- e on theJF. and F. C. pike, on the first Saturday in August. Thero When Baby mi sick, we rto her Castor!, will be speeches and easays on that ocWhen sho was a Child, she cried for Costorla, AND MANUFACTURE casion, and we advise every one who When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria, Six of the best grades of the best Flour can to turn out and hear them. When she bad Children, aha gave them Castoria, made in the world. A man giving his name as T. H. Office nnd wareroom on Broadway, opposite Capof Waterproof, Tensas Woodard, itol Square Jan.2 Parish, Louisiana, came to this city Fon Sale ott Rent. The residence Vednesday afternoon and stopped at of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. the boarding house of Capt. San. Goin, Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, ar Danger ! A neglected cold or cougri may by Gen. Fayotto Hewitt, as Deputy Grand lead to rneumoiilii.Consumptlon or other fatal Master, John W. Payne, as Grand Sonior disease. Strong's Feotoral Plllrj v',11 cum a cold as) nyinuglc. Host ihlng for dyspepsla.ln Warden, and Wm. Cromwell, ns Grand Judigestion, sick headache as thousands testify. nior Warden. After which the Grand Chaplain pronounced the benediction, tho large crowd dispersed, the procession reformed, W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus. Ind., marched back to the north side of the river testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy, and disbanded. Comics Poles The whole affair was a complete and bril livery bottle sold has given relief in case. One man took six bottles jvery liant success,' which was mainly duo to the and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 untiring energy of Messrs. W. S. Dehonoy years' standing." Abraham Hare, and Wm. Cromwell, of tho committeo on Druggist, Belleville, Ohio, affirms: tho part of the Masonic fraternity hnving "The best selling medicine 1 have ever handled in my 20 years' experience is 227 MAIN STREET, the matter in charge. F III Til E COFF12TS, AC. and The Verdict Unanimous. Wink Mm: A SPECIALTY. FRANKFORT, KY. 45-4- 'UrI WjSM 39 Roller System, 1886-l- vm 'St S!l MONEY SAVED BY GOING TO SEE street. Farmers having real good butcher stun on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. Rogers. CANDIDATES. F0R.TAILEP. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a, Republican candidate for Jailer of Jb'runklln county. We are authorized to announces. N. DAVIDSON as an Independent Candidate forjailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. (IlillllL igi jji& pi c ' ! FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as a candidate for City Murshal at the August election, 1886. anariiUzUd mfa9KKXfBS!finfMSIM!liw' aKfyyKiwuupAjny Excitement In Texas. V. Jan. BERB-ERICH23-- I Taken up as a Stray. inimcn The Frankfort, two barrow hogs about one and u half years old weighing about one hundred nnd ftUy lbs. each, one black and the other black with white Bpots, which I have appraised at live dollars each. ' Witness my hand this 24th day of June. 188G. June2G-4t- . ON THE FRANKLIN BY JOHN DAILY. LIVINGone mile from the city of Owen turnpike road, R. A. THOMSON, J. F. C. C. F0BLEASE FOR TERM OF YEARS. Main street, opposite the Engine House, containing 14 rooms, to which can be added 4 or 8 more rooms If required. It Is the best location In Frankfort for a private hotel or boarding house. Apply to June2Mm. JNO. HALY. BUILDING THE HOUSE INbyMANSION HOUSEresidence, on occupied John Haly as n most wonderful the world bos ever known. Your money will be returned if not found as represented. Pain-Cur- er Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. THAT THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED adminis- I Nwiit from Mrs. Addle Garrett, tratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the Wo TJ Q E7I BUSINESS. And have sold one-ha- lf generation. B'i. n city. The regular meetings of the Blue Ribbon Temperance Society are held every Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock, in the Court-housand it is earnestly desired by thi president unci officers that the friends should give their aid and presence to keep along tho good work in persuading men to live sober lives, for at nearly every night there are a number who sign the pledge. . Miss Mamie Scott gave an entertainment, onTuesday,in honor of herguests Miss Sue Meriwether, of Shclbyville, and Miss Louise Todd, of Louisville, which was largely attended by the young people of the city, and a very pleasant .occasion. "Miss Rose Stewart gave anEntertainment on, Wednesday evening in honor ofjfier &ukv?t, Miss Allle Hines, of Bowling Green, which was also well attend- rt and a very enjoyable affair. e, After music by the Band. Mayor Taylor introduced Rev. George Dnrsie, the orator of the day, who dolivered one of the finest addresses evor hoard on a similar occasion, and wo regret lack of space to publish it in , full. ' After music the Mayor introduced Ma H. T. Stanton, who read tho following original poem, composed for the occasion: We meet with square and level here, About this stone, to prove it, That practiced hands in time may rear A corner true above it. This perfeot ashlar forms tho base, On which, from simple trowel, Shall rise tho wall, without a brace, Or binding, arch or dowel. Wo lay it flat as water lies, And true ns rule can make it; Wo give it form and shape and size, That pressure may not break it. And horo, imbedded fast in limo, It holds position humblo, But long shall bravo corroding time, And will not crush or- orumblo. How well that suah a stono as this, Of Master Workmen's turning, Should lio beneath the edifice, Tho temple grand, of Learning. Tis thus that virtue holds its place, Uupnintod and ungilded, And always forma tho solid baso On which truo lives are builded. - Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guarWM. CEMWELL anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money rehmaeci. Price 20 cents per Attorney-at-Law- , box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. m Furniture and Undertaking Interest In my business to . If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid ver; palp tn back or sldo, con- siIatlon, etc . neglpct mav bo lutal. One dose of strong's Sanative Fills will give relief. 1 1 AND Heal Estate Agont, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP Franklin and tho adjoining counties, and will also give special attention to tho purchase and snlo of real estate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court House. W. S. DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be; Afewdoscsrctoro t new health o and vigor, Louisville steam bread and rolls at 8t. Kleber's. STATEN -t & DEHONEY,. V'i Cure for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone enec-tlo-n June 25-l- y. And the business will be continued nt the old stand of WhlteMdes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street. Muy 8- t JAS. T. STATEN.. 3STOTZOE3. FIRST-CLAS- S 1NEW PLANING MILL. mi of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indiges- THE UNDKRSIONED HAS A business 1 tion are presont, flatulency, uneasiness All meat store for sale, on u goodtools are street. Just us the butcher of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like good asstore llxtures mid to change business. Will new. I desire perspiration, producing a very disa- sell the outnt In lots to suit purchaser. M..BUCRKHARDT. greeable itching, after getting warm, June26-tf- . Is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Romed.VjWhich acts directly upon A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIN CUREFCR the parts effected, absorbing the LootorFedUingMauhood.NervouMeM allaying the intense itching, and W ftaxnesa, ijaos or streneui. effecting a permanent cure. Prico 50 vigor or tovelonxncmt. uatiwu tr IuatcroUon, )Xooanea.eta Baneflti In a Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko cents. uarenmuniir within a month. No Doeption JslwuionBrr. nor .rroou, run description ana Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by lottorof adrlen roi hits eettlod onrcl opo.fr oe. torlaln Hughes & Chiles. KTtnS MEDIOAX 00., P.O. Drawar .Ouflilo, KY. Meat Store For Sale! J. M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Clns- "fjLVli s Planing Mill, Is now prepared to famish all kinds of MEN ONLY Sub, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding ALSO Tu-Inor- s, m v Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin: Qotten out in the Best Style. Mayl5-tf- . l&w y'E iff '9 'BE " ' - ' i .'.'' ' ' . '' i ;"' ' ; 'fJmKm r ' 4gH? WBmw l I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Belle Point. ' ff$P 1f Fisher i visiting Mi&g Calvert, at the Forks. Hears. Alex, and Winalow Robert- 80n left for Ashland Tuesday. jslish JJoiue Jjittienatje, 01 Anuersun Misg Mai Ma-Un- da wl 'A Kev. Dr. Jiagby is Holding a series 01 very interesting services in the free Christian Chapel. Mr B. F. Firestone has removed e to Mrs. Garrett' from the house in this place. toll-gat- . isville, are visiting Mrs. Dabney Todd. W. H. Lewis is building a very ' commodious livery stable on Benson (street. We are glad to see the spurt of improvements in our village. Mr. "NVni. T. Johnson has accepted a ' position us distiller for the Monarch Distillery Co., of Owensboro. Ky., at a large salary. He will move there witli - his family August loth. The election drawing on apace. It is hoped that harmony will prevail and that nothing will be done for spite. "We need to be more united. Let brotherly love prevail if you would have the place to prosper. l- Mrs. Sam. Chambers and children, and Mrs. Annie E. Matthews, of Lou- it mat concern: Believing that "intellWence and morality can be made as charming as ignorance and vice;" also believing "that one of the best ways of preventing and overcoming dissipation and immorality is to open orderly and cheap, or free, reading rooms, into which are gathered good books, newspapers, musical instruments and bright faces; we also believe it the privilege of the women of our city to purchase a suitable house and equip such a reading room for the benefit of our community. "People will go whore they can have the best time, and when we can open places of entertainment where there is sweeter music, more attractive literature and more fascinating company the 'quietus' will be aiven to places that are demoralizing." You say "people ought to be at Ijome instead of spending their evenings in a nubile reading room." WTe reply there are unhappy homes, full of scolding and fretfulness. There are parents who are not satisfied until their children feel as badly as they do. For such young people wo need a reading To whom Fkankfoiit, Ky., July 12th, 1880. 1. 2. PltOGltAMME. ,vf 4'i Opening exercises Devotional. Address Speaker to be selected. 3. Essay Miss Annie Innes. 4. Illiteracy Thos. Hunter. 5 Essay Miss Mary T. Merna. Education T. B. 0. Compulsory Ford. 7 Essay Miss Maggie Innes. 8. Physiology -- T E. Utterback. 9. Herald of Education Mrs. W. Franklin. 10. Miscellaneous business. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair never fails in restoring gray hair to its youthful color, lustre and vital- Stuff" AwailVPr Ur llr A A of Massachusetts, indorses it, and all wno try it testny to us many vinura Re-newer Though painful and wearing almost beyond "Had ease of Inflammatory Rhenmatlnn of all Joints. Guyo endurance, Is not an Incurable disease If treat- nearly my the lareo oat and doing Tonoalxnx. and parentis well." ed In time. Perhaps no other disease has so W. W. Bazxeb, M. D Henman, HI. baflled the efforts of science and medicine as this, but at last a remedy has been discovered in "In mr opinion Toroaure supercedes all other which CURES rbetunatio remedies." and Is heartily enS. O. Worshak, M. D Marento, 01. dorsed by many of the Leading Physicians. " Have siren ToiraALXNS s fair trial, and think II WHAT THEY 8AY: remedy 1 hare erer f onnd for Rheumatism." -TOHOALTKXtiKloInK Ml tnntUi claimed itwflido," to best to-d- Pi ' tf ' ftrUY0 KHEUMA-VWVXWWfcxiS- n . A. 4i Q. OTHkjtzbt, M. ., CantraU, nX I B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, MELLIER, Sola Proprietor, 709 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUM, j '. i if w Harp. Capital City Machine Works. Propreitor. J) Bridgeport. Hay abundant. Harvest wound up. Corn all layed by. The farmers can now see through. Butter and eggs not quite so .plenti- ful. , In! That the reader may fully underWILL BE AT THE WASHINGTON CITY, stand what constitutes a good Cough Connecting In same depot with fast trains for I and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar .Y and Wild Cherry is the basis of the & - -i best remedies yet discovered. These IN FRANKFORT. KY.. ingredients with several others equally THE DIRECT ROUTE TO as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. Cough and Lung Syrup, LYNCHBURG, Bosanko's thus making it one of the most reliable SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. DANVILLE, 1 now on the market. Price 50 cents SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. gestion is received NORFOLK, j and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Said report to be made at a called Hughes & Chiles. 2 All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured AND ALL- by the Brlnkerhoit system without using the knife meeting due notice of which will be Or LIGATURE Ulld WltllOUt ttllV p.liU. given, as to time and place. To said meeting are invited all who are inclinFISTULA . - week. ed to assist in this enterprise. Reader, COLLECTOR'S SALE! For tickets ana runner information apply to your'1' . . Cured without the knife or ligature. Miss Mattie Crockett, of Louisville, talk about thisv letter. You must be . nearest l FOB is visiting friends and relatives in this either for or against. FISSURES .& C. W. SMITH, Kindly yours, H. W. FULLER, vicinity. f: Cured without cutting or tearing. " ' '2 rinniii-n- l A Few Womex. flun Don. !. fatiilii WVUUiUi MUUtlgVl UDUIIDODI V Mr. J. W. Jenkins had stolen from, Richmond, Vihoinia. RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH his field, a few days Bince, a wagon load of oats. Educational. Value of town lots. Total Diseased conditions thnt produce consumption and Name. Mr. Jas. Dorsie and wife have remost of the chronic diseases, Housekeepers, Attention ! Last Saturday was a day long to be turned home from a visit to Bagdad 30 500 . . $1 remembered by those who were pres- Calvert. Ike. UTERUS, and vacinity. njp 85 200 ent at the Peak's Mill meeting. Old Gauit, JW . . . 3 85 Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased 750 Raleigh Armstrong, Jas. Wade and associations were revived and many Hales, C T. . . . KEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S. bonel, also treated. 3 45 530 Cooper's and Nelson's Price Towles attended court at George- pleasant new ones formed. The writer Hammond, "W R. 1 05 700 i&iu, town last Monday. of this lived there in former days, and Hodges, .B O m& 250 8 05 PRURITUS, Itching Piles, can testify to the pleasure received by Kane, Wm The Court of Claims, at its last meet4 45 1158 Lewis, Win . . be cured If not too lute, as the itching Is ing, appointed a committee to locate meeting and mingling with former Lewis, Robert . . 2 75 Can also symptom of the disease that exists in thn 60 only a friends. Which are qurunteed the best. the Pea Ridge turnpike. 2 5 200 lower bowel. The meeting place hud been changed Merchant, CO.,, REFERENCES. 8 DO 840 Regular services at Bridgeport Chris- from the church to a beautiful grove Moore, Jas D . . . COO Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, 1 50 A. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUat 11 o'clock, on an island in the historic Elkliorn, Thomas, L.M L . tian Uliurch 0 10 SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. 5895 Rev. T. N. Arnold pastor. My own make. Pure Spices, where we found several assembled on Todd, Mrs and whole, S3hS 1884. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to the very best 1 can buy, ...li attention Is ufiE our arrival. Mr. T. N. Sullivan met Miss Lena Smith, of Shelby county, any one by addressing especially called to my J 3 70 1000 w has been visiting her cousin, Miss Bet-ti- e us and gave us a hearty welcome to the Cox, J W 2 75 700 feast that was soon to be spread before Calvert, Ike GROUND BLACK PEPPER, W. I. KELLEY, M. D., McWilliams this week. 100 85 as, I mean the mental feast, for it was Gault, J W Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. 85 100 To fully understand what aggrega- truly a "Feast of Reason and a Flow of Goins, Phil 376 West Seventh street, Oinomnati, 0. 2 75 700 Hales, CT Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. tion means is to have hogs destroy Soul." 8 40 900 Don't full lo give me a trade. your blackberries after you have gathCONSULTATION FREE. At the proper time Mr. S. called the Lewis, WmCO 100 85 Merchant, Dec. ered them. meeting to order and made a few ap10 05 JOSEPH - LgCDMFTE ! 3000 M L Mr. Georgo Green reports having propriate remarks; then came a song Todd, Mrs (Bal. due) . ? 2 00 800 Moore, J D threshed 275 bushels of wheat, the pro- of welcome by the choir of young THE SOUTH SIDE DEUGGIST. R. C. STEELE. "t 1883. duct of one field, eleven acres, 20 bush- ladies and gentlemen of the Sunday-schoo- l, 2 75 700 after which a prayer was offer- Calvert, Ike els to the acre. ' 85 RFAL ESTATE AGENT, 100 ed by Squire Jackson. The president Gault, JW Coal Esqs. Pat McDonald, S. M. Tinsley 1 85 800 of the Association then took charge of Hales, C T (Bal. Due) FRANKFORT, KY., and J. B. Russell located a bridge 1 15 200 Merchant, Wood across Big Benson, last Wednesday, In the meeting. He stated the object of Todd. Mrs M L 10 05 IN 3000 KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED Association, and then spoke on the WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER or uJJacent counties. what is known astheGibbs neighbor- the ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Ful 1882 . duties of trustees, reading from the Weight, Bottom Prices. . 2 10 500 hj: hood. don't everybody subscribe for school law, so that none could gainsay Calvert, Ike 1 15 Why 200 Goins, Phil was said. Telephone connection No. 3G. 77 75 the Roundabout? It is certainly the what programme was then proceeded Gault, J W The 100 85 Merchant, CO people's paper. We are glad to send with in its regular order. in a renewal this week, only 25 cents a The dinner hour arrived in due time, 1881. GEO. B. MACSXXIT, quarter. 1 15 200 the dinner being spread on cloths upon Goins, Phil 77 ! 75 FRANKFORT. KY. the grass. Well, any one who knows Gault, J W Dec.8-- f 100 85 Merchant, CO j tpr Louisville Tobacco Market. the Peak's Mill people knows what Russell, Mrs J V 1 15 200 that dinner was. It was too good for ST. 1880. JUBNIBIIED I1Y OLOVEU & DUliUKTT, to refuse to partake of it, and OPPICB 33.7 aiy LOUISVILLE TOBAOGO WABE- 100 so we did our best, and if any of us Merchant, O. C 85 July Mm. HOUSE. failed in our devotion to the good lV 1879. ana always khocibhi. Are 10.000 American things spread before us it was a failure Forbs, Hiram, rcmlarly ,. . ...... , , tt',(l .... A. 1 45 DR. . . . COLLINS, mv. iedperfectly Safe . byptoperlor touncle 800 all Women. Guaranteed of the stomach and not of will. Don't 100 etbera,erCiulii-ftanite485 C. C.,. . .' , , Merchant, closed amounted to 2,354 hhds. And the sales money on wortbleaa Mostrama. Try Wo must return our thanks to Mr. Merchant, Wood 85 100 on the market since January 1st amount to ! Beaedr flrat. Hold by all Druggists, or 1 20 200 iur ,mi utumi mailed to any aaarttw. ovna i w ,' .'78,626 hhds. Pr,o)s for all grades of bur Sullivan, for he seemed never to tire Thomas, L. A. L' in his efforts to make every one feel Todd, Mrs. M. WILCOX SPECIFIC CO.. PtallMd.. Pa. 10 05 3,000 i , ly have been a little stronger this week. The OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' ', following quotations fairly represent our welcome; also to the choir for the sweet songs and to the,good people for nt I will on Monday. August 2d, 1880, w Teeth extracted wttiiout pain by the use of markot for new burloy tobacco: door in the City of NUrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. the Court-hous- e mar.iW-t- f ' their kindf hospitality. And may God Frankfort, Franklin county, sell nt 3.00 to $3.50 Dark Trash MARRIAGE be with them till we meet again. Colory Trash S.50 to 6.50 Public Sale for cash, to the highest bidF. I. 300 PACES. I uttntcd. In Cloth and QUI B odlnv. Ma. Visitor. der, the above Town Lots for taxes Common Lugs, not colory.. 4.00 to G.00 munevur ntniDi flflme.uDer cover. Sflf. Thii llook con ttlm ALL the curloui, doubtful or Inquliltlrewinttoknow. C.50 to Colory Lugs 7.50 due the town of Belle Point for the Fuller very lnttrritlnc mdvulutblo Informetlon. HIULTH, The Teacher's Association will meet years 1885, '84, '83, '82, '81, '80, '79, or LODGE, NO.fl, MEETS EVERY Common Leaf, not colory.. . 5.50 to 8.00 1IKAUTY od HirriSKSS re promoted by Iti ho may Marry, who not, whv i Medical Aid, when nrrentry. l Visiting brothers cordially Invited. 8.00 to 11.00 at Swltzer (North Fork) next Satur- so much of lot as will satisfy said CAPITAL ,, Good Leaf i ' uruugni nom 10 you. an Tveaaerni ran riiTunan. iruo A. OWEN, N. G. LEE to life. Young or old, married orilmrle, ilek orwcll.ihould ; 11.00 to 18.00 day, the 24th Inst, at which time the amounts. Fine Loaf J. R. Williams, Sec. readlt.8ent eealed by DR. WHITTIER. 8I Lotift. Mo. J V Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 18.00 to 18.00 following will be the . April . WiiKUlIIUIIVVTUIV BJUIV WllUUIUIt NOEL GAINES, a B. P. I ,Vtj du at Graefensburg. After all we are not sure Taylor has the boss Irish potatoes. Miss Ella McKee, of Alton, is the guest of Miss Alma Scofield. More blackberries have been gathered this season than usual. Dr. .r. O. Robinson took in the village and vicinity a few days since. Mr. W. G. Sargent has the best tobacco we have seen in this section. Miss Willie Patrick, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Samuella Crockett. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sargent visited relatives in Woodford county last Oscar Roberts has been on the sick list this week. Delicacy forbids us stating who has the boss garden. The boss dude passed through this place last Monday. Miss Mollie Tayler is visiting friends thing worth reading. Many young men, yes, and young women too, have nothing to read. For such a circulating library should be a part of a well conducted reading room. Would it not be a matter of congratulation if the women of our community should organize a Woman's Benevolent Association, and by their united efforts open rooms where, with the most elevated surroundings, our young people can pass their evenings in mental and moral improvement? There is much need of a suitable place in which our women could hold meetings for any benevolent purpose which the needs of our community may demand or indicate. Such a place or room could be iu the same building with the reading room. At an informal meeting of a few ladies of our city and adjoining county the subject of the foregoing letter was discussed and it was decided to give a month's time to the committee, composed of seven ladies w ho were appointed to confer with the women's societies and individuals of the several religious denominations of our city, viz: Christian, Baptist, Presbyterian, Metii-- " odist, Episcopal, Catholic and Jews. Said committee to endeavor to interest the women of Frankfort and vicinity in this venture, and report as to the favor or disfavor with which this sug- There is also a large class of young men in boarding houses who need such a resort. In winter they have no fire in their rooms, and if they want to read in the parlor they are hindered by others talking, even if they have some- room Hot and dry. J. B. Meek. Roasting ears, next. Mr. Llewellyn Lee is some better AGENT FOR M after a few weeks of severe illness. Mr. J. M. Polsgrove is having a se- J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Com vere time with chills which began on Kalamazoo Spring Tooth pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mil- l, him early this spring. ."( Grain Drill, Buckeye Gider Harrow and cultivator, Superior '. 7' Mr. Jerry Williamson has concluded J Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler to withdraw his name as a candidate w! for constable of Bald Knob precinct. Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps VJ to do The barking curs find plenty barking at passing candidates. They All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them are almost as numerous as they were in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Franklast winter. T- ft Our Teachers' Association will take fort, Ky. place the first Saturday In August, inJim stead of the second, which was published in the Roundabout last week. : of Partnership. The protracted meeting cloed at Dissolution v4a Carmel Friday night with 45 addiMt. t EXISTING tions, of which 38 were baptized in THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFOREMcD.miel, unKENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST J. J. U. Bnmner smd N. I. Flat Creek, near schoolhouse, No. 10, der the firm nnrae of Bruwner &MeDanIel, in the -- FonPoint, is this day dissolved It was one of the best meetings ever livery business in Bello G Bruwner retiring. N. I. by mutual consent, J held at that church. HEW YORK. McDunlel will continue the business at the old v county 8tU,,dThe colored people of Owen J.G.BRAWNER, THE ONLY LINE N. I. McDANIEL held a meeting near Monterey Sunday, June Julv 18th. After preaching they callRunning Pullman New Sleeping Cars ed 'for joiners, and Mr. Ben Hopkins as a -- Fon(white) went up to give his hand member, but on account of his color -- A. they would not receive him. s." :m::e::e:k:. -- - i r 2G-- ES. m SOLID TBAI1T -- FKOM- Ayer's Sar&aparilla is the most effective blood purifier ever devised. It is recommended by the best physicians. DE. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Louisville, Cincinnnti& Lexington, to .; y CAPITAL HOTEL J jxtixt- tokk:. -- ,h ...... Jl tlcket-ofllc- e. V TAXES. .... .. tax-188- t -- ... 26-l- v I ... Choice Cheap. Muy22-Sm- I H0KE0PATHISTS vE-I3iT of-u- s ,. w ... J. S. T'ANSY PILLS DENTIST, 0. 0. GUIDE sdvlie-w- v - ;. 10-t- f ,, f . . . .J i iU ; ' i '. r ' " . ... ; iWff ; . ,,-- i V v- -