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Numl e: 3 In the editorial columns of the Telephone, bearing date August 14th, the editor, Col. Win. L. Matthews, jr., has the following in reference to remarkable cure of rheumatism by Swift Specific. "We know a gentleman in this county who, six months ago, was almost a hopeless cripple from an attack of rheumatism. He could scarcely hobWW? ble across the room, used crutches, and ''JUJJKv? said himself that he had little if any haw-- u hope of ever recovering. We saw him wt.wwr" in our town last week, walking about as lively as any other man, and in the Upon our inv finest health and spirits. ffii;.-'- . as to what had worked such a quiry I MAb'wonderful change In his condition, he I&& rm.Hofi ihnt Swift' Sneclile had cured' him. Ho said he was on the eve of starting for the Hot Springs in search - of relief, hut was persuaueu oy one 01 imxopeciue, to try swm-and after taking a dozen and a half bottles, he has been transformed from a miserable cripple to a happy, healthy u:mm i. .... r miii trifiur iirirrnv l.i .. ir jgs'- and successful citizens, and is none $ s, otner tiian air. vj. u. uumuen. rpiTR swrPT riiKiFic Co.. Drawer 3, wrr. $fc Atlanta, G.i. New York, 157 W. 23d Syl-vani- RHEUMATISM ROUTED. THE NEW ROLLER HULL,. A Case front Scrlven County. Sager's mill Transformed by the Substitution of New n AFTER DINNER. Tersons who suffer from Indigestion can arrest the progress of that painful malady by tho use of an nfter-uinnpill, so composed that it will give tone to tho .stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse the liver to healthful action, invigorate tho kidnovH.nnd thus, through the activity of these organs, promote tho natural movement of the stomach and bowels. Ayku's Pills aro so compounded that their action, though mild, effectually produces the above results. They also, in curing Constipation, remove the cause of Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Rheumatism, and many other serious ailments. er Process Machinery. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! -- : m- mm' - lite' - & 'Sffw KiV m Hfr Wh &. m. i?it Bit- rJCP m t- Mr ? Tho Vidette localizer.' ho'nrpgj thnt the Sngor Mill hail been ntartod up aaiu with nn entire now outfit of the moat modern machinery, strolled over Ihero to witness tho improvement, and finding it entirely superior to his greatest expectation, ho decided to "give away" somo facts about which the public might otherwise never know. First hefinds tho property leased for a term of years by the Sager estate to Dudley Watson, who comes from Kentucky to make his home with us, and that the mill has b.een cleared out entirely of tho old machinery, which gives place to somo $6,000 or $8,000 worth of new. The outfit now is as follows: 12 pairs of rolls for roducing the wheat to middlings and flour; i Geo. T. Smith purifiers to purify the middlings; 10 scalping reels for separation; 4 KmcKerbooKur ueits, cleansing machinery, &c, making a complete mill with a capacity of 7fi to 100 barrels per day. Tho Knickerbocker Co., of Jackson, Mich., were tho contractors and buildors, under the buperintendoncy of Mr. C. M. Harris, tho millwright being Mr. Frank Wuntworth. Tho new mill was started Monday, and from the first revolution everything has raovod smoothly and satisfactorily, showing Treatise on blood and skin diseases not only that the machinery is good, but mulled fro that it was likewise accurately set up. Tho flour produced by this mill is equal Sequre your seats for Mrs. Oton's en- - to the very beat in tho market, tho wheat of county grading well, the mill being "of iterhilnlnciit at Barrett's early and this vexy best and latest improved make and the tho manager, Mr. Watson, being an expe avoid the rush. rienced ana competent miller. Citizens are conjured to patronizo this - Col. John L. Scott will deliver the manufacturer. When in class at Mid- home sack of the "Juno" brand, need of flour address to the graduating try a and henceway Oruhan College on Thursday, May forth you will not.bo at a loss for tho bo t and most reliable flour. Porter Count) H li "t 1 o'clock. (Ind.) Vidette. s roller-process contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not gripo unless tho bowels aro irritated, and even then their influence is licallnir. To continue their cfl'ectln constipated or chronic cases, they need only be taken In (liniiniliiiur Instead of increasing doses. For seamen, and Inhabitants or travelers in sparsely settled countries whero physicians are not at hand, they aro of Inestimable value. There Is hardly a sickness they will not alleviate, and hi mot cases cure, if taken promptlv. To youiv,' girls just entering upon womanhood, and to women whoso period of maternity U drawing to a close, Ayrr'i Pills, In moderate dosc, merely sufficient to ensure regular action of the bowels, will he found of ATER'S PILLS sn BUYERS & 80 NICE PAIR Of-- If you want a- - o -- CALL AT- - CHEAP, McClure's Bargain Counter. Your Choice for One-ha- lf Price. Incalculable Value. PRKPAIIED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. DELIGHTED! We have BAT With the elegant gcods we have been selling this season. just received Gaines & Kent's. First-clas- s New Spring and Summer 4 p: fcf5 & v The new opera, Lena, will soon be Go to Gaines fc Kent to buy your groceries. Held Is out and circulating rapidly. It put on the stage in this city. Some of money Gnlnes iaiiwondorfully interesting book, and the best musical and dramatic talent You can savebuy your It you will c:dl on Shelby ' Kent to Second groceries, corner character of the in tho State has been engaged for its presents tbe life and streets, South Side. and lamented J uage s.0 trutmuny aim viv- - rendition. It has been highly comGo to Gaines & Kent for your canned goods. idly that beseems to speak to you in mended by several excellent critics, Djn't forget that you can bay groceries at the who have examined it. We predict prices at Gaines & Kent's. for It extraordinary success. A The bioffranhv of Judge Richard bacon and lard at Gaines SKent's. UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear. esi assortment in the city. lov-e- st Bridgeport. ah the professions and walks of life, J speaking out of their personal Knowi-l)'firl(r- p fTJiA Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell will preach nf the man. These testimonies at the Franklin Church .1..C.1-- . fcV' f Il..lnr1 v(tfitltnn mill nil . ! iUIC iivill.v nuivjjii morning-n- t 11 o'clock. necessary facts additional sup)lied by $ffp $m$s: tn0 dovot0(l wif0 wno has edited the To the (caoJio's of Franklin County: Next Saturday is the day for the Volume. It is a dinicult book to lay nicked up. There is regular monthly meeting of the Coundown when once you meet with ty Association so much to delight and charm in its us? Oar county Will the first to set in was richly frpighted leaves. A prominent motion the great tidal wave that is gentleman of an adjoining county said now sweeping over our State. Shall of.it, "I cannot lay it down each page we now relax our energies? Shall we M& fold our hands and say our work is ,v is more interesting than the last." done? If we would reap the benefits SB Another declared, "There is a fascina- of our labor wo must ba on the alert. tion in the book that, overpowers me Other parts of the State are reaching our I could not stop until Iliad literally the reverberations of up. meetings. Then let us keep them Let each ld.evourcditfroin beginning to end." one take this as a personal appeal to , It is dedicated to the bar of Ken- - themselves and come to the meeting L tueky, of which Judge Reid was one next Saturday. T. IIuntkb, PrexHF. O. T. A. P of the greatest lights it ever had, and i every locality, it Is among which, in Wild Obef ry and Tar. having a rapid sale. One would think fmRr.-- ' '. Everybody knows the virtues of V that every lawyer of the State would Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and want upon his library shelves this well cure for any effections of tho Throat told story of the splendid life and tragi- and Lungs, combined with these inv gredients aro a few simple healing Reid. death ffiii c ic If the of Richard ;') most profitable literature for remedies in tho composition of Dr Uosanko's Cough and Lunir Syrup 1 ,Jiiboung is tho biography pf the good making it just tho article you should : arid great, this is the bet book the fa- - always have in the house for Coughs, ' " thers of Kentucky could put into the Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Price Samples free. Sold Y hands of their sons. It will fill them f0 cents and $1.00 ti by Hughes and Chiles '" with lofty ideas of manhood. It will mm inspire them with noble alms. It will magnetize and sanctify thorn by conWOOL WANTED! tact with 6no of the sweetest and grandest spirits that ever grow to WE WISH TO PURCHASE 40,000 OR 50,000 Will pay the man's estate on Kentucky soil. Tho price. pounds of wool. on application highest cash to us. Sacks furnished perusal of tills book will bo no small ROGERS & ALLEN, M Hroadway. item in the education of any young April man. Wo could wish nothing better for this community than that a copy of this valuable book should go into every home. Tt is one of the very beat biographies that has come from tho press In our day. Wo are glad that the public isso'promptly appreciating hurts and many sorts of ails of this fact It argues we.ll for Us disman and beast need a cooling criminating taste and intelligent judglotion. Mustang Liniment. ment. It is a compliment to Kentucky to appreciate and prize tho beaum 'a . tiful character of such a man as Judge ttir. ?Jrc,'M. Richard Reid. Wpih 'n-"'1' fresh lot ot Hymen's pickles at Gaines fc & Kent's. Gj to Gaines Kent for pure apple vinegar cents per gallon. at Best N. 0. Molasses can be bought at Gaines for 50 cents per gallon., Give Gaines & Kent a call, cor. Shelby and Second strests. South Fruulifjrt to buy groceries. May 1, l&G-tf- . We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. JKf Hudson, Humphries -- & Cassell. RODGERS & ALLEN, -- m DEALERS IX- - 1 GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA WARE, FIELD SEEDS, &c. Great Bargains! INy 235 BROADWAY STREET. FAM1-IlJUST OPENED A FIRST-CLAS- S grocery at the above place, where we will keep constantly on hand a full stock of goods la our line, wo respectfully solicit a liberal share of the mimic patronage Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots examining my immense stock of 8c Shoes, m Rodgers Mar. 13-i!- & Allen. The people of l;ran lin and adjoining counties, who are always looking for Great Bargains, will not be disappointed by calling at my store and FARM FOR SALE. SMALL FARM OF 8 ACRES, LYING ON THE Creek pike, two tulles and a half from Frankfort. Is offered for sale at a bargain. A nice frame cottage of 3 rooms, good stablo, a tluo young orchard of. choice fruits, and large lot ot strawberry plants and raspberry bushes on tlm place. Terms easy. OSCAR HALE. l Flat A doling, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, W April III -- IVENOFF! the s?ason west of Frankfort, on tho HAY STALLION WILL THIS BEAUTIFULof lb8G at mv two 1 make L. A X. Railroad, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, that are sold at prices that will astonish them, as I have a large stock, Latest Styles, and a full line and sell better goods for less money than any other house. I am determined not to be undersold. You will also find a lull assortment of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTINGS in my Carpet Department. X m stable at miles ID."VIS 22S St. Clair St. ar1! $10 TO INSURE A MAEE IN FOAL. Money due as soon as fact Is ascertained or the maro parted with. C -- 17-l- hands three Inches high, a beautiful buy, with black points, and has lino stylo and action, shows very List gait with a tew days' handling. ami Sired by Joe Hooker; he by old .loo Hooker, tho sire of Maud Macey record 2:1G. Ut dam old Haul, she by Alexander's Mambrluo Chlof: 2d dam Gray Eagle. &c, & c; old Haul tlm dam of Mary; she the dam of Carlisle, which sold for $2,000 by John II. Is tlftecu $0,000. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE.-1VKN-O- FF CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. G. MATTERN, Frop'r, No. 439 Alain Si., Over Crutcher & Storks' Wliilp Unll Clraliiu? Uonse vm v Howen; also Onslaught, sold by Col. It. P. Pepiicr for W. L. COLLINS. Mar 27-2- FRANKFORT, nome. . Lot FcrSale. BUILDING LOT FRONTING 80 FEET ON Broadway and running back 125 feet, Is ottered Apply to for sale. R. M. ALDRIDGE. April KENTUCKY. Oct. 25-- All Sorts of A SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peopic ol Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at if .5J!"J a DR. J. S. COLLINS, rFFICK. m; . J MAIN STREET. OPP. RODMAN BROS.' Teeth extracted without pain by tho uso of rouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.20-t- f DENTIST, rt, S i I? We will buy for it than imybody in tho market. It will pay 'you to uomu ami sie us. AIT. Mm. WOOL WANTED! 40,000 or 50,000 pow.aa.d.3 "OUT. NOKI Wo;,.!!. cfwosl and pay moro !. A.. FHAZIII , y. 1 , ' w ; v-'- ; 3, v v mw&m TfBFifira f.?;.j.v4rTrT.j-jivi:''JYr- M-N'- WVT'. : l ' - ,r iv.,!-- :;. .Mmimu.m Y. ' ,r f' il) '.'' ',;, '' ,.,v.J'Jv6"Ta,.A-' ' ' ' , s" 'V i i i.tK. ri iwex n v .HTArj,twE.ja i ujyuiriKii.i i. jtir ; "y i Mi&L-- : rwr witsn rw. ..' JS:Js ,:-irji'rf- ' ru ' p2 'iiUr"wr'v Tk Cn7-vliil- l KSl wsa ttt.j.f num li.1T JCT..I.M ''.Yf' u few n ' ., i? '( 4, ?AfW?slHBWPW! -- M1 efAttrt WJn FRANKFORT Entered at the ec HOliNDABtil 'I Common Picas and County Courts both moot Monday. Prof. Muuur's ginud concert take place on the 4th of May. will pon-ofliat Eranklnrt, Kentucky alnecond clussmallnblr matter. PICNIC GEORGE A. LEWIS. FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!! AX- Ee9.it: r arid aF'U.'blSsl: e. FRANKFORT. MAY 1, 1886. The spring races over the Kentucky Association course ut Lexington begin Wednesday next, May 5th, and con- &. " u? tinue until Wednesday the 12th. Advices from Maysvillo state that The thirteenth annual exhibition oi Mrs. Oton's entertainment there Is a the Franklin, Anderson and Sal visa brilliant success. Agricultural and Mechanical Associam Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, mother of tion will take place this year on the Mr. W. L Graham, of this city, died 17th, 18th, 10th and 20th of August on Thursday morning at the residence of the grounds of the Association, near Mr. Win Clark, near Lawrenceburg. her Lagrange, after an Illness of several months with dropsy, aged about It seems now to be pretty well set72 years. The remains were brought tled that the Legislature will not ad to this city yesterday morning and In- journ until alter Barnum's Circus comes. It Is to be hoped that the enterred in the cemetery. terprising showman will not get away Another excursion train will be run with any of the wild nnimals of this dlstlnguished(?) body. from Lexington to Louisville row in order to furnish the lovers of In our last Issue we spoke of the base ball a chance to witness the game four Councllmen who voted against between the Cincinnati and Louisville the proposition to rebuild the City Clubs The train passes through hero School building upon the old site as at 9:15 in the morning, and returning opponents of the school. This was an leaves Louisville at 7:50 p. m. The error as the gentlemen In question fare for the round trip will be $1.50. claim that they are not opponents of the school but of the proposition to . Workmen are busily engaged in erect.but one school building only. putting skids under the steamer o and it is expected to get her The Corn Van Tassel Company have into the water in about a week. As been playing their Second engagement the bank is cut away from under her at the Opera House this season, during her hull straightens up, and It fs the past week, to good audiences. The thought she will be all right. It has plays presented have all been well senot been found necessary to take the lected and put upon the stage in first machinery out of her. class style. The company is a good one and bound to draw good houses where-ove- r The recert rise in the river left such they go. Their engagement will a large deposit of sand in the en- be concluded when the "Hidtrances of several of the locks that den Hand," will be presented. Thl loaded coal barges cannot be towed afternoon a grand matinee will be givthrough them and the dredge boat, en at wnlcn Enoch Ardeu will be the Monongahela, which has been lying attraction. just below the St. Clair Street Bridge, MrWni. Jetfries of this city, and on the South Side, for several months, left Saturday to go down and clear Miss Jennie Denson, of Louisville, were married Wednesday afternoon, them out. at 4 o'clock, at the home of the bride Woman's Exchange, corner of Main in that city. The happy young couple and Ann streets. All varieties in the came to this city the same evening, eating line may be expected on Satur- and have taken rooms at his mother's day, May 1st. The following is the in South Frankfort. The groom is a list of the ladles who furnish, viz: Mrs. most excellent young business man Jas. Magill, Mrs. Manerva McEwing, and has been exceedingly fortunate In Mrs. P. 0. Hughes, Mrs. J. S. Price, securing so fair a partner for life. Wc Mrs. J. W. Payne, Mrs, John Rodman, extend them our congratulations upon Misses Hallie Walker, Katie Brawner, a union so happily made. Mary McEwan, Katie and Lida Man-ga- n Pet sonal. and Susie Rodman. son-in-la- w, to-m- or Hl-bern- LOW WATER MARK! Buyers of clothing will ngain.be interested in our good fortune in scouring (in addition to The Bankrupt Stock of A. Jacobs & Co., of Denver, Colorado, and r, Goodkind, & Co.'s stock, slightly damaged by smoke) Tail ENTIRE STOCK OF JEUNE & DOLL, OF LOUISVILLE, KT. Fcch-neime- Which we arc closing out at The Lowest Prices on Record These three purchases are the best we have made during our 15 years' experience in the Clothing trade,j and vn nnnitivplv inrnnil in cr'wa vui nnAmniu iiiiu iiiu ,.,u mo v.n....fii ui u. .. . ....u..,. w vuoiuiiicio uciicui ? muni. iiiiuu We guarantee the SOnds. and stand rendv to refund Hip mnnov if not. snriefnntnvv or exchange, as you like. See a few of the prices : NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY: ..,l a a. r j 0v rt. - $11 ; 11 &II ia on s ntSrAU Wool orX PAr:,t,BI:ui.w,'.AUWU01 " 50 Children's. Suits, 100 Pairs Children's Knee Pants, 4 to 12 years; 200 Pairs Boys' Long Pants, Blue Camlets, 200 Pairs Men's Pants, Blue Camlets, 5 u .Pairs .Boys' Long Pants, All Wool, " SHOES and HATS in NEW STYLES AND SHAPES. 25 Cents. 55 Cents. 65 Cents. m 81:00 ft " ' " " W.25 to 8.0(K$ $o.uu, $o.uu, $.uu ana .uu $1.50 - - - - - l to-nig- CRUTCHER OJPF. CITY HALL, STARKS, "WZKIIIE HAti FRANKFORT, KY. & ttFfJtf- married Thursday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's parents in Louisville, by Rabbi Kuttner, in the presence of a large assemblage of the friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The newly wedded pair arrived in this city yesterday evening and went immediately to the home Mr. Klass had prepared for his bride, and settled down to housekeeping. Mr. Samuel Klass, of this city, and Miss Dora Jacobs, of Louisville, were S&)'Ssf s wit'KM & SHE Silfe ",'j ISV' W. ftrrs EStK.' The celebration of the G7th anniver- dridge. sary of Odd Fellowship in America Miss Sallie Holt returned Tuesday by Canton Berry, No. 6, on Monday morning from a visit to friends in evening, was not largely attended but Danville. DEALERS IN Evening,;May 7. was greatly enjoyed by those present. Mr. Robert Trabue, of this county, is The ball room at the Capital Hotel at home from school at Winchester, FARMING HARDWARE.7 had been secured in which to give an Virginia. MILLER OTEN, Mrs. J. F. Lewis and children, of BESSIE exhibition drill in the early part of the Seeds, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, &c. ure visiting relatives in evening, but when the Chevaliers Louisville, In her celebrated Costume Recitals, consisting of this city. marched up there they found the room All Kinds of Feed. Mrs. Henry Owsley, of Midway, has occupied by others, and had to return TRAGIC, HUMOROUS! Our Implements are the best on the market and of the been visiting to their Temple, in the large hall of this week. her father's family here And pathetic Impersonations, assisted by the brillatest improvements. Our seeds are all fresh and Home which the drill was given. After the young soprano, Master Walter Brawner is visiting liant was over the members of the his cousin, Squire Frank Brawner, on MIHtt LUCIL.TL.B3 LINIJNEB, grown. An examination of our stock will convince yoa that we keep the best fmpU drill ment and seed store in Central Ky. Canton,together with invited guests sat Stoney Creek. Of Lexington; Feb. My to an elegant supper which had Mrs. John Morgan, of Lexington, down 2iaS BSaTJASEIT, been prepared by the wives and moth- spei.t Monr'a and Tuesday in this city Of Cincinnati; ers of the Odd Fellows, and spread In visiting relatives C. Mr. A. A. WADSWOBTH & Prof. M AUEB, the small hall of their Temple under Miss Irene Boyd, who has been ELKHORN WOOLEN MILLS. the direction of Mrs. C. A. Nelson, spending the winter In this city, left Almlsslon, M cents. Children and Balcony, 25 cents. General Insurance Agent, Mrs. McEnnls, sr., Mrs. Wm. McEnnls for her home in Henderson Tuesday H. & J. B. STEDMAN. morning. Office on'Maln St, Opposite and Mrs. W. Howe Williams. Formers' Bank, WOOL DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF Prentiss, who has been It was a feast which the ladies may In Mr. John R. Birmingham, Alabama, REPRESENTING- jTRAME A T.ARfJE HOUSE. LOCATED ON ,well be proud of, and to which those for Florida and several months, returned home t Steele street, between Second and Third, oppo Jeans B.ankets, Linseys, Satinets, IS Liadioe American present did ample justice. The supply Saturday. and Foreign Companiej, site Judge A. Duvall's residence. For terms aDDlr DR. U. V. WILLIAMS. to good things was so; abundant that &o. of Stocking Tarn, -- WITH April OVER- Miss Laura Williams, who has been large baskets full were sent out to visiting Miss Rebecca Williams for Roll carding and general custom work a specialty needy families after the supper was several weeks, returned to her home ioo,ooo,ooo.oo ASSETS W. T. Reading, as heretofore, will be our agent to in New Albany. Indiana, last week. over. receive wool In Frankfort Cash paid for wool. Canton Berry is increasing rapidly Miss Leila Bush, of Hawesville. 11. & B. STEDMAN. PREPARED TO FURNISH In numbers, and the drill corps in pro- who has been visiting her cousin. Miss T AHnnT auantltr and at all times,PURE LAKE ICE Apr. I in at my stand, or Apr.IMy, Col. Sue Bush, in this city for several will deliver It anywhere In the city free of Charge. ficiency under the instructions of months, left Thursday morning for J., R. Williams, and by the time the home. FISH BOARDERSWANTED I. next anniversary rolls around we may Mr. John T. Paxton, of this county, CHOICE F. expect to see her numbers more than left Wednesday afternoon for Perry-vill- e, ' Always on hand. Send in your orders. BOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S nouse, no. doubled, and as for drill she will carKansas, for the purpose of locatVisiting JAMES O'DONNELL, l Hoarding day or week. vuAllworm ss. ciair tt CAPITAL LODGE, NO.fl, MEETS xvnt in Board by the desiring Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. ry off the horns from any Canton in ing. His family will follow him in a board will And it to their Interest to call O. "' "w J. R. Waums, So, MRS. FREEMAN A NKSBITT. April short time. April the State. Mr. V. II. Bickers, of Lawrenceburg, was in the city Tuesday, and was examined by the Judges of the Court of Appeals and granted license to practice law. Dr. Hugh L. Tobin, of Anadarka, Indian Territory, is visiting his parents in this city. He will leave In a few weeks for Ignatio, Colorado, where ho will reside in future. Miss Annie Branham, of Louisville, Mine up Wednesday afternoon to attend the closing hop of the Assembly Ball Club During her stay in the city ihe was the guest of Miss Annie Steele. Miss Pattie Chenault, of Lexington; Misses Willie AJacey, Susie Guthrie, of Miss Maggie Clry, of Paris, is visit- Versailles; Misses Lizzie Giltner and ing relatives in this city. Pearl Tliorne, of Eminence; and Misses Miss NoraGlore, of Antioch, left last Uritie McDonald, Sallie and Katie .wope, of Louisville, attended the Monday week for Winchester. hop Thursday night. Miss Mamie Gallager, of Louisville, is visiting MKs Mamie Green. MARRED. Miss Sue Bash left Thursday morning to visit friends in Louisville. In Cincinnati, on Thursday, April 29th. 1886. by Rev. George Dursle, Mr. W. H. D. Baku, of Buffalo, Miss Rosa McLonald, of Louisville, sew York, und Miss Ella F. Smith, of Cincinnati, Ohio. is visiting Miss Cordie Cannon. Mrs. M. 11. Wayts is confined to her DIKD, bed with inflammatory rheumatism. In this city, on Tuesday, April 27th, 188C, Infant Mrs. M. E. D. Smith, of Alabama, is sou ot Mr. I). J. Hubble, jr., and wife. visiting her sister, Mrs. 11. M. Al- - RIGHT TO THE FRONT OF ALL COMPETITION NEW SPRING STYLES. We place our Complete in assortment, splendid in quality; overflowing with generous bargains in Seasonable Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, &o. At prices that must surely lead to speedy get the benefit of our unbroken stock. sale. Come early and THE BRIGHTEST, Newest and Best SPRING STYLES. Lowest prices consistent with Rood quality and honest quantity. Weitzel & O'Doxmell. FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS Opera House. Friday, MA8TIN BRO.S, IMPLEMENTS. F3.-w.tla- t, WOOL! WOOL! 7. FOR SALE. t. m P31 vf ! 24-l- LAKE ICE!! RUSE 24-l- J. m vis l Mj 0. 0. HIRST-CLASS I first-clas- s 17-t- f. 10-t- m 3 "rj$ll Kt Hi? iV,F Al .M WW m ?r,-j- A ' a .,vTAffisyrtJJK. iv r .." rT ' Kfl a ,xr fi;-;- ."ii' . f r 'V V W S WmmF&. i f.SUtStC&f&JUMBBMI ."fwsw K Ii-- srr m fl H :f vs Wi. Mft? W . . JM Seed corn, Hungarian and Southern German millet at Mabtin Bnos. next by the members of the Assembly PRASKOTP, MAY 1, 1880. W ?V. Ball Club. Straw hats of all varieties cheap at w, Insure your property ugalnt fire In Ayer's Cathartic Pills are the best O. II. Graham's, .South Side. FROM THE 5? Chas. P. Ex urn's agenoy, office Main that can be employed to correct IrregS. at. street, opposite Engine House. ularities of the stomach and bowels. House i'oit 11i:n'jv A frame house Gentle, yet thorough, In their action, of several rooms, located in Belle The Arctic Is without rival. tlioy cure constipation, stimulate the appetite and digestive organs, and Point, is offered for rent. Apply to W. L. Pence If you want a treat go to Mrs. Oton's strengthen the system. entertainment on next Friday, the 7th 'i Inst. Itev. Mr. Cobb has been preaching The verdict of everybody: "Howard to large and interested congregations Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are All rivers in the U. S., North and South, are at their highest points, but Fifty convicts were sent from the at the Christian Church all this week. the finest drinks in town." to There have been several added already . Penitentiary Thursday afternoon Dealers in tobacco and cigars can .Edrtyville to work on the Branch Pen- and the meetings give promise of much save money by buying ot uick Fur- success. He preaches morn itentiary. ing and night, and each evening nKo guson, as ho has the agencies for all he best known brands Ligget & Myers Dr. W. I. Kelloy will bo at the Cap- - during the coming week. Star brands, Prune Nugget and being ital Hotel next Saturday, and all those desiring to consult him should bear it J tried Tongaline upon myself for among the first to attempt to do JobI'M AT 214 ST. CLAIR STREET, facial neuralgia, and it immediately fi' in mind. gave relief. I also tried it upon one bing in tobacco he should be patroniz, Who has been flooded by Rail with an immense assortment of pain from neuralgia ed. Presiding Elder, Rev. J. Hand, will suffering intense dose gave immediate Ladies Furnishing Goods, Notions and Millinery, lately of the head; one Fresh fish cleaned and ready for use conduct quarterly meeting services at relief. C. W. Duval, M. D , purchased in New York, will sell them lower than at Jim O'Uonnell's and toPineville, Mo. the Methodist Church the lowest. We have opened our ice cream parmorrow. Services each day ut 11 a. Three young gentlemen of this city lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest m and 7:45 p. m. rowed up to Clifton, 12 miles up the place in town. And our cream and ' Mr. Will. S. Morris is announced in river, in a skiff Friday night of last sherbet is the best you can find any place. You will find it to your advantHaving just returned from New York, where I have purchased the this isue as a candidate for City Mar- week, to attend a party at that place. age to visit us before going elsewhere. shal. He Is a young man of energy They left here about 7 o'clock in the Howard Bros. largest lot of novelties ever shown in the City, such as Pongee Robes, and business capacity, and will make evening and reached there at 12; reFrench Satines, Serges, Oriential Embroidered Robes, EmArctic and J. E. M. flour for sale by Surrahs, Batist, Black turning they left Clifton at 1 and flrst-das- 9 officer If elected. Point D'Orleans Robes, Chambrays, Organdies, broidered a for them if you reached here at 5i Saturday morning. all grocers. Ask in Wrinkled Ginghams, &c, &c, and in Black Silk prices will astonish want the very best the market. Capt. Thos. C. Jones, of this city, has Pretty good for the muscles, but not you. Go to Jim O'Donnell for fresh fish. been appointed U. 8: Consul at the much fun. He delivers them cleaned and ready for port of Funchal, Madeira Island, by A Guaranteed Black Silk for !)2 Gents per Yard. The "constantly tiredout" feeling, so use. President. He will leave In about oiten experienced, is tne result oi mi the thirty days for his post of duty. ice cream and poverlshed Wood, causing en feebled Lovers of first-claMy lace asssortment consists of Val Torchau Egypt, Chantelle, de m vitality. Ayer's Sarsnparflla enriches sherbet will find what they want at Medici, &c, &c. Mr. Z. T. Thomasson lost on Friday the blood, increases the appetite and Howard Bro's. of last week a tine Onward colt valued promotes digestion. The system, thus invigorated, feels new strength and The J. E. M. has no equal. If any at $800, from inflammation of the energy one claims it has, just bake the two ?S stomach. He hnd been ottered anu flours in the same pan at the same Wanted. A compentent vocal time and the result will convince you. An elegant line of ladies' underwear, and I defy competition. A full refused $500 for him onlv a short time line of corsets, neck wear,, and a thousand other articles teacher to teach a singing school at ago. too numerous to mention. Just opened If you want fresh fish cleaned call on Pleasant Hill Church, Peak's Mill, The ladic3 of the Southern Presby- every Sunday morning. Apply to T. Jim O'Donnell. 50 dozen Misses sailor hats at terian Church will give an entertain- N. Sullivan. 20 cts. 100 doz. ladies 2t. Try Howard Bro's. soda water and r. ment for the benefit of their church hats at 25 cts. ginger ale. in the Church lot, on the corner of For Salt:. Nice, gentle horse G BPV years or phaeSteele and Third streets, about the first ton. old, suitable for buggy safe for We use nothing but pure fruit syrups Guaranteed perfectly of June. a lacly to drive. For information in- in our soda water, and you will find it 59s quire at this office or of Joe T. Staten. the best in town. Howard Bros. The steamer Huston Combs was pur.Large stock of latest style straw hats Saiidriffle. chased at Evansville, Indiana, a few just in at Hudson, Humphries & "Cas days since by Mr. W. T Gaines, of this Married On Sunday the 10th inst., Miss sell's. zt. Would announce to his friends that his m city, and will hereafter run in the Nannie Fool and Mr. Alf. Hardon, at the St.". Kentucky river trade as a freight and bride's father's. Rev. J. A. Peters officiOure for Piles. ated. cT tc?w boat. The price paid was $4,000. Piles are frequently preceded by a Teachers' Association on the 8th of May, so the Roundabout states. How conld we sense of weight in the back, loins and fillower part of the abdomen, causing keep posted without this great paper? Mr. W. L. Collins' the patient to suppose has sone effec-tio- n Mrs. Harvie Dundier, of Grubridge, died ly, Ultimatum, is at New Orleans with of the kidneys or neighboring orinst., of consumption. She leaves the stable of Mr. J. T. Williams, of on the 23d and a husband to mourn her loss. gans. At times, symptoms of indigesOFone child tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Eminence, and has started in three Died At his father's, near Flagfork, on races, winning all of them. She is the 19th inst., Mr. Jas. Bailey, of consump- of the stomach, ect Amoisture, like tion. He was about 28 years of age at the perspiration, producing a very disaregarded as one of the best four-yea'me of his death. His wife had gone be greeable itching, after getting warm, olds in the State. fore him, about three years ago, of the is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to same disease. I)r. Bosanko's Is now complete. Thankful for the Try the Arctic flour. Wo need a correspondent at Harvieland. the application of Pile Remedy, which acts directly It is very seldom that we get any news the parts effected, absorbing theupon TuJ. W. Ledford, the party arrested from that section, though there are several mors, allaying the intense itching, and week for passing counterfeit mon- copies of the Roundabout that leave this effecting a permanent cure. last rice go office (Harvidmd) every ey, was turned over to the United ono send in the news fromweek. Some cents. " Address, The Dr. Bosanko that place States authorities, and having given every week and receive a copy of the Round- Medicine Co.. Piqua, O. Sold by Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- Hughes & Chiles. x tinuance of the same, bond for his appearance at the June about in return. was Mr. O. Onan went to Louisville with his term of the United States Court, New straw hats at Hudson, Humtobacco. We think it was the second trip released. 2t. of the Blue Wing since the high rise, and phries & Cassell's. sold three hogsheads of tobacco for which Judge R. E. Gaines left Sunday for bo received prices as follows: 5 cents, 8 If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach disorder, torpid liver, pain In back or side, conWe will always do . Evansville, Indiana, to examine a cents and lcents per pound. A great stipation, etc , neglect may be fatal. One dose deal of the weed was on the market there of BtronR's Sanative Pills will give relief. steamboat, which the gentlemen who A few doses restore to new health and vigor. Mr. at NOT FOR YOU AS own the Hlbernia are thinking of onethat time. auu Boone Moore shipped The latest style straw hats at Hud uogsneuu receiveu o cents per purchasing to put into this trade to pound for it 2t. son, Humphries & Cassell's. -THAN YOU- supply the place of the latter boat Louisville Tobacco Market. While it is roosting in the cornfield Farmers having real good butcher FUBNI8HED BY OLOVEB & DUBHETT, near the Coonskin bridge. stuff on hand, which thoy wish to sell, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- will receive the highest market prices noosE. by calling on Mack Salyers, 23 Main gives one of Mrs. Bessie Miller Oton April 17, 1886. f!4-t- f. street. her celebrated costume recitals at the The sales hnve been very large the past Opera House on Friday, May 7th. The week, with a large per cent, of the offerings cold or cough may Danger i A negli-ctuand prices for such ladies and gentlemen who will partici- in bnd condition,The better grades of have leail to i'neuinonlii.Consuniptlon or other fatal been very low. leaf disease. Strong's Pectoral FilLn M euro n pate in the entertainment belong to in good condition have been steady, and roldiiH nyinniHc. Hunt UiltiR for dyspepshi.lu some of the best known families in there has beon some improvement in prices digestion, sick headache us tuous&uda testify. Haa just recived his large for very colory low grades. Kentucky, and our citizens should week 8,216 hhda. Sales since Bales for the If you want a good juicy steak, sweet January 1st hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salturn out and give them a warm wel- 47,245 hhds. Receipts for the week, 2,850 ver's store. No 223 Main street, oppo hhds. The following quotations fairly repcome. f!4-t- f. site Dr. Duvall's residence. OP- 'iir FRANKFORT KOUNIJABOl'T.: iA!hrtN iziijmiw niiin w, on "I" iniireiiny J !,t J1"' fvi-iiiuv- r ' LATEST DISPATCHES -- J m . WEATHER BUREAU! -- '?39 Tt V ft SOL. HARRIS, Dry-Goods- to-da- y, LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS. ft VI ss u VSfl ii A NEW FEATURE! r . R. R HTLURE -- w, Qa - Eii :t four-year-o- ld SPRING STOCH ! r- f Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, k 'SL1 pi lt w -- LIBERAL PATRONAGE $ fl :-- ja t s ASSURING YOU THAT WELL M IF BETTER CAN DO ELSEWHERE. J. T. BUCKLEY -- SPRING- STOCK Stoves, Grates & Mantels. Call m. m?m na -- Wv- ! - " n Mf , it. At the Temperance School last Sun day evening Misses Anna Haner and "Mattle Utley sang a beautiful and feel- Jngsong, entitled "Out in the Snow." Wo noticed some of the sterner sex Wiping the tears from their eyes as the sweet voices of the little singers told the pitiful story. The congregation of the Baptist m resent our market for New Burley. 3.50 4.00 5.00 5.50 8.50 13.00 15.00 Dark Trash.. . .' f . . . . Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. . Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory.. . Good Leaf Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco.. $7&tO &' v Southern Presbyterian Church in South Frankfort. Dr. Bagby preaches ( morning, Mr, Caldwell toW V morrow night. at 3 o'clock in Baptist Sunday-schotefs- Presbyterian at usual hour afternoon. w r In the morning. npi Lawn " For the beatMaatln Mowers in the Broa. market go to to-morr- "Church will worship until further notice With the congregation of the r ol 7- It ms 17' p.l'l , ' .,'. and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough inAn End to Bone Scraping. stantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one Edwurd Shepherd, of Harrisburg, night. It is just the remedy for hard 111., says: "Having received so much times. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sambenefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it ples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leer for elcrht years: my doctors told -Hi- me I would have to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters BEMOVEt) HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica and Planlna Mills of Frankfort to Salve, and my leg is now sound and Wakeileld and West,the Saw he Is prepared to do any where well.' work Those who contemplate building, either In Electric Bittern are sold at fifty cents the cltr or country, are requested to give him a call. Orders for a bottle ' and Ruoklen'R Arnica SaIvp n. tf, andJob Work wUlbe reewveu M teiepnon will receive prompt atfcuUon, at 25c. per box by Joe LeCompte. 5 April Hard to 4.50 While money is close, wages and to 5.00 to 7.50 rices low, expenses should be cut to 8.0O- S own in every nousehold. Economy to 18.00 the watch word for mothers, head off to 15.00 doctor bills, by always keeping in the to 18,00 house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough Times. - $3.50 and examine the SOUTHERN QUEEN Wrought Steel Range, The new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, the famous white W. i7-3- "WATTS, And to many other useful articles too merous to mention, all at the una fh, a nu- LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, JOB WOEK gas fitting and plumbing. f--a Give me a call, i T h ' " (J , . - , , r , I M 1 .v8 :i: i LISTER WITHER9P00N, President JOS. LkCOMPTE, Sec and Treas, WE, Want every family in Frankfort and Franklin county to LUCAS BRODIIEAD. HANDY IIORD, II. A. JHUUAN, Directors. THE LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS GO. W.Ntfta&& How ninny terrible aches one's poor head has, and ul'ut suUering is caused by these headaches. Relief may be bad from Nervous. Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by the use of but v.wftrvYvYc Which la not a cure-alJVWWW which Is a cure for Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica and Gout No proprietary medicine has over obtained such strong endorsement from tho l, .Jfegfffp f ZCJETST Efi$ Bswi'i While we do not claim it is the best in the world, it is as OTTtt FTJOTTJEL -- medical A. A. cases of habitual Headache." Theo. HZBMAmr, M.D., St. Thomas. Mo. FOR SALE BY ALL DRTXOGISTS. PRIOE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Solo Proprietor, 700 sad 7 U WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUI& r.".l.LIEtf, profession". "For ths Indefinite achat and rxtlna of nerven ToNOALi Is superior to any other Nervous Headache or Muscular Rheumatism, it U almost a specific.1 Park Ritchm, M. D St. Paul, Minn. "Ttxn Died Tokoauxz In eaaea of Nenraljrlo Headaches nith success in almost erery instance. In strictly Neuralgic) forms it is unexcelled." O. D. Nobtok. M. V., Cincinnati, Ohio. " ToHOALtNE ha alread dona srood sanies in two Satlontg. ' GOOD AS ANY MADE IN THE STATE. WE MAKE- - Bssr j15 var;: ! CEEAM EXTRACT, FA 70EITE PATENT & GOLD MEDAL FAMILY. DR. ILES. DRY . W. S. DEHONEY--, DEALER IN SAPLE AN!) FANCY I. KELLET, GOODS, GROCKE GLASSWAHE m Va CREAM & FAVORITE are What We Brag on. It is CHAS. LANOE, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE NOTIONS. for sale by THOS. RODMAN, North Side . J. M. BANTA. JS.HEENEY, W. S. KENT, H. R. WILLIAMS. .1. W. JOHNSON & CO., A. DILOER, rDAY&HAEP. . . JK., CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT. KY.. I cordially invite you to call an mlnemy New aud Fresb StooK of Goods. MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT, KY SeiiH South Side. April 17-l- m 55 W. FRANKFORT Lost. Between Gibson's ROUNDABOUT. Bloomington, a light colored shop and hair braid, which the finder will please leave at Bloomington. Messrs. E. C. and W. B. Onan on the 3d Monday took n lot of mules to the Georgetown market, but failed to make a sale. They report the prices very dull, with very little stock on the market. two-year-o- ld Buoklen's Arnica Salve. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. or ligature and without any pain. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhotf system without using the knife tt.' MEW PLAiNINU MILL. sd J.M. WAKEFIELD Having reoently added to his Kstitbllshment First-Cln- ss Forks of Blkhorii. 9f " tfl ' I Plenty of fish. Step-lndders tfv in demand. Angling now is the sport. The needed shower came in time. $ m i& & IWW. ' v ftflte l.v Mrs. James Gallihue spent last Tuesday school. The neighbors should turn out in Scott. uuu buuw mub liiuj uijji:ui;iuiu mo iiiiuieoi Miss Lena Crnne, of Stedmnnvillo, is vis- in Ut. iting friends and relatives here. Mr. Byron Soantland.Npn last Friday, Mrs. J. V. Crane has been quite sick for caught from his pond a carp which weighed nine pounds and nine ounces. This is the Bomo time, but we are glad to know she is third fish that Mr. Scantland has caught better. since he owned the pond, this being a little Mr. Lloyd Featherston and family spent larger than the others. lost Sunday with W. M. Wilkerson, in Scott. Mr. Cass South caught 52 nowlights last Monday in Main Elkhorn, a little below the Forks. Tho boss string of the season. The Eclectic school has a daily average Col. Wingate caught a four and a half of GO pupils. pound bass at Stedman's dam, on Main Inst Tuesday. So much for the The character of a district is said to be arrangement. The Col. should ap- known by tho character of its school. ply for a patent. Why was Adam the first in the market It is a shame that tho men we chose to business? Some one please answer. make our laws, men who should be moral, should bo guilty of breaking theSnbbathby Miss Bledsoe, of Stonoy Creok, was the drinking, fishing, &c. Now we don't con- - favorite at the Sunday-schoo- l last Sunday. condemn nil the Legislators, but only thoso Miss Ella Rogers, a refined young lady of who are guilty, and especially thoso who . were seen last Sunday on Main Elkhorn. Tioga, visited Mr. Lee and wife last Tho citizens of Stedmanville are thinking week. boriously of presouting their case to tho Mr. E d. Duncan, whom we mentioned in grand jury. your Inst issue, is still very low with tyMaster Owen LeCompte, a lad of great phoid fever. magnetic power, who lives in a half milo of Mr. Charles Hulett, the Tioca salesman our village, gave an exhibition nt the school house last Monday night and exhibited some and merchant, visited Mr. W. L. Lee on wonderful feats. Eight of our strongest men last Sunday. tried to hold a bench, but as soon as Owen Mr. Jas. Sullivan, of Woodford county, placed his hands ou the bench ho could movo active it and tho mon anywhere ho desired. By plac- took anSunday port in tho Sunday-schoo- l evening. ing his hand on tho head of a man he could on last two make him drop to tho floor, although" Miss Elenora Hamilton's school at Eden others tried to hold him up. Strong men school house is in a progressive condition, seamed to bo only babies within his grasp. and ueservos special mention. He accomplished many wonderful feats, but for want of space here we cannot give a full Miss Mary T. Merna, of the Teacher's Asdescription of this performance. sociation, will be solicited to teach a school of 120 pupils adjacent to here. Mr. Sara Bull, one of the best singers of Frankfort, will be at Thorne Grove next Siimlnv in nssisf in irirniiiy.intr n Snmtnv. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte UANUIDATEN. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL as a Republican candidate for Jailer of franklin county. Wc are authorized to aunounce S. N. DAVIDSON as an Independent Democratic Cindidate for Jailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject to tnc will ol tnc people at the'AUKUst election, IB80. Planinp Mill, to FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. Is now prepared furnish all kindeof FISsUltKS Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL SasE, Doors, Blifids, Frames, Moldiag ALSO IKD III lEfltl BTIIII, UTERUS, Scroll Work, Stair Work Maj 16 & Turnin that produce consumption and most of tho chronic diseases, Diseased conditions Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bortel, also treated. Gotten otit in tho Rest Style. tf. re, WM. CROMWELL AND PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Attorney-at-Law- , Can also bo cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the dlseaso that exists In thn loner bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. '45 K mi ' Tnf.-- Wk) Bald Knob. FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to announce W. S. MORRIS as a candidate for City Mirslul at the August election, 188C. Heal Estate Agent, PRACTH E IN TiAE COURTS OF opposite Court Housu. Wt Elk-hor- n, Pamphlets describing these discuses sent free any one by addressing DWELLING HOUSE TWO STORY FRAME repair, four rooms andAND two House In good step-ladd- er W. Dec 26-l- kitchens. Lot fifty feet front and one hundred and ninety-tw- o feet deep. Situated east of the corner of Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort. Apply to Mar. l&Sm. L. F. Compton. Mrs. W. G. MANDLEHR, No. 835 Broadway. W. C. I. KELLEY, Franklin ami the ndioininir counties. And will alio give pedal attention to the purchase to huu sine oi rmi crime, collection 01 rents, alniuif, nnd tho negotiation ot loans. Offioe ,! M. I)., June 25-l- y. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, CONSULTATION FREE. Choice A Coal Cheap. . Macklin. LOT OF LIZZIE U. SHARP ON s. tho north side of Holmes utreet. near M. Tho lot fronts 69 feet ou Holmes street, Is 1,284 feet deep und 60 bMtx) feet wide at North end. For price und particulars apply to JOHN B. L1NDSKY Mar. W.-L- COJIPTOX&MACKLIN. PROPRIETORS 1MIE VACANT l Cnini-baugh'- LL KINDS DOU15LE SCREENED A r.rrnA.;t,. .,eu n., c.n r..i: IWIUjJl JJCKll), fUU X uiiiiii; now. j Weight, Uol torn Prices. .. J?3 (W's . '?! u.-za- MtK' r . T'lciliont connection .No. Hiu ssw X&FSZvi "5 ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, HAVE THE FULL Roller System, AND MANUFACTURE , mm owDf I ftlStn WIJKJV Dec.8.f TH JO. RP AWW 'l FRANK FORT. KY. jf '11! Six of the best grades of the best Plow made in the world. Office and wureroom on Broadway, opposite Cap- dun.a itsjo-iv- . lioi square bj IndKcrotlons, oxcoesos, oto a dan Cures usually within a month. No Deception nor Qaackerr. Posit We Proofs, fall description and letter of ndvloe Inrlnln denied envelope, frro. EBIE MEDIOAIi CO., JP.O. JUrowor 17U. r flolo. N.Y. orFalllns Manhood, Norvonsaesa Wealnioss, IiAck of Stsronetii, Vigor or Dovolopinont, l)euefH"ln Onuscd "Lost A QUICK, PERMAN 'HT. CuRTAIM CUSE FCR :m sTW-- Housekeepers, KEEP CONSTANTLY I Cooner'B iindNtlEon's IM j,j'i. Attention!.;'mm J,r t wn IN STOCK, CDX'S.1? rVK.'1 i Mr. Noel Lee, the young prince of tho (SUCCESSOR TO SALYERS & WATTS.) Knob, will apply to ttio School Board of News scarce on account of dry weather. Examiners tor a new diploma. Mr. Lee is TTAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST OP MR. Sabers In the meat business, I will In futue Farmers aro busy planting corn this a gentleman of the highest merit, deserv- Keep constantly on nana a general supply or ing ull the honors ho may seek for. week. Fresh and Oured Meats, Pure Country Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &o At a select social last evening a smart Mr. Leo Moore hns a very bad attack of young lady screeched out, "The autumn WhtilchI will sell at the lowest flmires for cash. fevor. Tan kful to tho public lor pabt fuvors, 1 ask a con days have come. Ton Mr. J. J. and Mr. M. L. Smith were tho fuiling." She squealed thousand leaves are tinuance oi uieir patronage. so ludicrou.s high as guests of Wm. Lewis and family, Sunday. M- - WATTS. to compel her to stop. An excited auctionFeb. No. 37, Bridge street' LeCompto and wife visited his eer present roared out, '"Start her at $5,000." Mr. John s father, Mr. Wm. LeCompte, Saturday and It is the opinion of all classes here that Sunday. Col. John L. Scott, of Frankfort, can secure Mr. Wm. Smith, wife and daughter and "at the hands of tho people" any ofilce of BY GOING TO SEE- Mr. Joley power or trust in Kentucky, including the Mrs. A. J. Green well visited executive chair. They seem to form this Saiith aid fnmily Sunday. theory from the Col.'s dauntless heroism in Died April 20, at o'clock P. M., Mr. framing and advocating a successtul school DockUorby, ouo of tho best and most high- bill at his personal time and expense. ly esteemed Christain gentlemen in FrankEsquire W. B. Tracy may justly be termlin county, died at his home on Pleasant Farm, on Stony Creek, this county, of tho ed the politeBt gentleman in Franklin counwonderfuland dreadf uldiseaso,dropsey of tho ty. On last evening, when about 40 lovely hoart which attacked him but a few mouths young girls were returning from Prof. Business School, tho 1back. Ho was very near 5C years of age Tracy's Ecleetio ' when ho was called to his heavenly home 'nquire, on meeting the beauties, uncovered wlioro but few of us aro ever prepared to his head, addressed them, then passed on, reach. Bro. Kerby leaves a large family carrying his hat in his hand for nearly a and friends to mourn his loss. Peace to mile. thia ashes. Stoiicy Creek. South Side Meat Store. Blue Grass Nurseries J. HI.WATTS, II & Unnillti Which are quranteed the best. m Av?'' TREES rm Vy ip-8- TREES! Eyfrnr.t nf I pmnn My own make. il sverytiimg usually iouna in a Mirsery tstiuiisn inent. Catalogues ou application to H. F. UILLENMEYER, Lexington Ky. Mar. usual stock or fruit and orna- mental Trees, urape vines, bntall Fruits and Pure Spices, ground and whole, v 'Wifnhlx ' VfewaJV t the eij best I can buy, und attention Is esptclally called to in $ AVyaiy'if GROUND BLACK PEPPER, S$M$ Turnpike Meeting. AUTHORITY GIVEN A MAJORITY OF THE stockholders of the Plum lir.incli and Bald Knob Turnpike Road Company In tne charter of Mild road, notice Is hereby given that there will bo a meeting of the stockholders of said road at Bald Knob School house, on tho llrst Saturday In June. 1886, at hour of 10 o'clock, a. in., to elect u board of live directors for tho eunulng year. Given under my hand this 10th day of April. 1880. R. A. THOMSt N, Presiding Judge Fraimlm county Court.. April 17-t- y Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, at S.2.00 per Gallon. Don't fail lo give me a trade. $1 . ff CtSJliVl . J. JOSEPH - THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST, lecomfte Mm mm irS9&! ffi ..-- JsSiiYl MONEY SAVED -- HF'OIEe S-.&.X-iI- E ! LOTS. Cruni-baugh's. and always flfoetaal? regularly by 10,000 America Used Women. eMmatcc aaterlor Ut U. money on wertbleaa jtoatrwma. Try , Bold by all Drugatatt, or ikla temedr flrat. Bend 4 cents for particulars. mailed to any address. 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