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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886060501 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. S.fhpr''v "SV yi u V The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume IX. Polsgrove. A good many farmers are done planting tobacco. "We need street lamps in our city. Then she will bo complete. The steamer J. C. Kerr passed down Saturday with n good trip. ' Preaching Sunday by Rev. P. E. Kavanaugh. A good attendance. O. B. and W. S Polsgrove aro in the clty consulting the tobacco market. l i UAiaiKfuia xfugiuvoj in nxrurtr rfonnrrmonr nnnm t w .7 vf fcw " FRANKFORT, partment during the session of the teachers. was more The Union Sunday-schodensely packed than ever. Many ladles from abroad were compelled to stand In the doorways. Two practical choirs from adjacent churches were present and united in ecstatic harmony. Mr. Archie Smith, of Owen, agent for the new automatic washing machine, is making the suds fly at Flag Fork. Archie outstrips all China combined by way of experimenting before the ladies on his new device. Mr. W. L. Lee, who sold his farm dry goods here and opened a first-claand grocery house at Hatton. is a gentleman of sterling veracity, honest to a fault. His absence from here is deeply regretted by old and young. ol ss EX, AXJHl, 1886. Number jW. Blooming-ton- . l a. - im.d- iV. w- inc. We aro in tho lead. Don't for get us. v our good tite A number of at King's citizens last Palace church aunaay. Tiiey report u gouu umc mm w. . jK ,. plenty to eat. Go again. elegant little steamer ffi , The mane an excursum iu Maggie i'iihimuh iseiie - last Tuesday, and we suppose the ex cursionists mm an exceuuiu unit, na the accommodations were first class. ed . HI" as?1?. Nbvus Homo. Forks of Elklioru. ', Mr. Martin Curry is able to be out again. (U" The honey crop will be very good L this season. Mr. Le.wis Lea went to Hatton last "Monday to spend a lew days witn rei-- h atlves. Mr. It is rumored thatstep James Hock-ersmioff into matriis about to mony. Remember us, Jimmie. Miss Lyda Graham, of Frankfort, spent last Sunday with Misses Lucy and Emma Stedman, at Stedmanville. s, Misses Bettie Gaines and Lotta of Stedmanville vicinity, spent last ThtircflniT onrl T?rlrinr with Mra. .T. RT. th In-ni- ,Burdin. the proof. Mr. G. W. Coharn. of Woodlake, caught the boss fish, last week, down on the river; it weighed 80 pounds. 'Thnsfi flnnhtinf? must rail nn him for phe temperance sermon last Sunday T. Ford was fj?- highly appreciated 'and we think it !&, will be the means of accomplishing much good here. Boor fellow, I guess he's all right "V'. r now. He has laid in a good supply of writing material and stamps and says he intends to write her a letter every day until he can issue tho cards. Miss Jennie Howard, who has been visiting Miss Ollie Compton, returned 'to her home in Louisville this week; Miss Ollie accompanied her and will &4 spend sqveral weeks. jir. james uniunue nas aooux com pleted a small cottage near the ruins of '7 the old house. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. r'4 afternoon by Rev. 0. - A w; i-- Cherry pickings are fashionable. Mrs. Sam Reading and Mrs. William Jones are on thesicklist this week. The rain Sunday night enabled the Would announce to his friends that his farmers to set out their tobacco, Monday. Mr. Will. Hampton, of Frankfort, was out visiting his sick sister this week. Mr. George Hancock was in our OFneighborhood this week hunting iambs. Born May 81st, to Capt. Milton Arnold and wife, a daughter; weight 6 pounds. Mr. John Long Is having his house improved to tho amount of one hunIs now complete. Thankful for the dred dollars. Masters Ed. and Howard Gaines spent several days last week visiting G. A. R. Ovie Scantland. Bro Regular meeting of Albert G. Bacon a flyingWilliam Smith, of Owen, made Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- visit to his parents,, near this Post Monday evening, Juno 7th. place, last week. tinuance of the same, D? W. LIND3EY. Com. Mrs. Sue Yunt, who has been visitV. BEItBERICII, AdK. ing her father, Mr. Sam Luckett, for the past week, returned homo Sunday. Relieved at Last We will always do Mr.H. T. Settle (clerk) spent Saturyears I have been afFor thirv-sove- n flicted with scrofula. I had scrofulous day and Sunday with his cousins, sore eyes and white swelling in one Messrs. John and Robt. Noel, of Wood-lakNOT AS WELL FOR YOU knee and ulcers on both legs. My legs troubled me for thirty four years, more Next Saturday is the day to elect a THAN YOU or less, and twice mortification set in. school trustee. The patrons should I changed doctors twelve times during elect some good man wlio will do his that period, but received no perma- duty. nent benefit from their treatment. I Miss Emma Hampton, we regret to spent all the money I could get and learn, still lies quite low at her mothApril 17. 18S6. almost gave up in despair, for I grew er's residence, with little hopes of her worse continually. About four or five recovery. years ago I commenced to take Swift's OurSunday-schoowas well attendl Specific. My strength began to imand is becoming the first bottle. I have ed last Sunday all engaged. Mr. quite prove with Sam. taken In all about forty bottles. My interesting to legs, which were a mass of sores for Bull, of Frankfort sent out the books With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. We have more than thirty years, are now entire- last week. On last Saturday Mrs. Scantland just received ly cured up, and have been for three years. 1 feel strong and healthy, and prophesied that we would have rain sound and well as any man. before Monday because Mr. Scantland am wood to I owe my restoration to health and cut the stove that day.get breakfast and She was corprospect for a new lease on life to S. S. went to mill S. I am a living testimony to the vir- rect. tues of this wonderful medicine. Have used Tongallne extensively; Stephen Clark (Col.), am so much pleased with its effects, Covington, Ga. both from personal use and in general February 2G, 188G. practice, that I find it quite indispensa-able- . The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, J. W.Smith, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23d Wellington, Ohio. St. on blood and skin diseases Treatise Louisville Tobacco market. mailed free. Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear. -- R R M'CLURE SPRING STOCK Boots, Shoes, Hats, Boob, && LIBERAL PATRONAGE Jl - 3 ASSURING YOU THAT IF BETTER M e. CAN DO ELSEWHERE. DELIGHTED! BUYERS . ft to-d- ay New Spring and Summer UNDERWEAR, Hudson, READ! Sandrlffle. The offerings for the past week have been, as a rule, in better condition, prices have been irregular, and closed possibly a shudo higher than reported in our last. Re- ceipts for tho week 1,720 hhds. Sales for very little. the week 2,265 hhds. Sales since January 1st 59,308 hhds. Tho following quotations Mr. Jas. Hughes and some others k , H. C. Greenup were the contractors were at work in their clearing, near fairly represent our market forNowBurley: and builders; Mr. Lute Thompson the Flag Fork. 12th of May, they discover- Dark Trash $2.75 to $3.50 shot-gu- n In the Colory Trash ed a double-barrele- d 3.50 to 4.50 '$ painter. hollow of a beech tree, supposed to Common Lugs, not oolory.. 4.00 to 5.00 Wanted. To know what has be5.00 during the come of the reporters from Switzer, have been put In therelittle injured late Colory Lugs not colory... 5.50 to 7.50 to 8.00 by Common Leaf, - war. Though very Woodlake, Peak's Mill and Stedman- rust, they burned brush around the Good Leaf 8.50 to 13.00 : ville. Have they gone west, or is the tree, which burned the stock off before Fino Leaf 13.00 to 15.00 newspaper business too great a taxa- they made the discovery. Seloct Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 18,00 Tobacco setting is progressing nicely. The report reaches us from Henry county, Ky., that whole fields of tobacco have been cut down and destroyed by the cut worm. The worm is immense here, but has damaged tho crops FUBNISIIED BI OLOVEB & DUBBETT, PBIETOB8 LOUIRVILLE TOBACCO PBO- E. WABE-HOUB- Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Humphries & Cassell. HEAD! t PRICES REDUCED! -- tion on their reasoning powers, or the magnitude of the work too great for their physical strength? Well, if they are still alive, tell them to be sure and send their photographs to Uncle Zeke Yocum, at Hatton. Bald Knob. Franklin County Teachers' Association convenes hero on next Saturday. The teachers are requested to be present at 10 o'clock, sharp, as there Is a vast day's work before tho convention. The teachers7 noon banquet will be spread on tho grounds, as no time can be spared from pressing business to visit the homes. Our sacred orchestra is in constant rehearsal. Prof. Tracy will discourse a few national airs from his b fiat clarionet, which is tho oldest in the world, it being 28G years old. Ample preparations are being made ,by our Delmonieo mothers to satiate the most fastidious epicure All kinds of grasses, greens, and hog jowls grow here spontaneously. Tho names of all the ladles who will march to the front with baskot in hand on next Saturday will receive their degrees of merit in a subsequent issue of the Roundabout. Messrs. Noel Leo and Curtis San ford, two of our most gallant and courteous young gontlemen, are selected to take charge's the visiting young ladies de 5S' 1 ground bruising him terribly. Mr. Johnson has been afflicted for years; it Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars seems to be his fate to suffer. God -- FORbless tho afflicted, as we have enough -- &. that we must endure. FROMThe Herald of Education and the Educational Courant aro two education- Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, al journals published at Louisville, -- TOKy. (each one dollar per annum). One or both of them should bo read in CITY, every family circle. Their merits are WASHINGTON Connecting in same depot with fast trains for comparatively Utile known, or they would be largely read. Thesejournals are indorsed by various papers. God 2STEJ-V57- will reward tho person that does good for him or herself or others. O may THE DIRECT ROUTE TO wo return thanks to Him each day who LYNCHBURG, rules above. -- Mr. Saul Johnson, who has been suffering a great deal, ventured out last week on a wild horse. When about one mile from homo he met a small boy, dismounted with the bridle around his arm, and attempted to put the boy on tho horse's back, when the horse took fright, jerked Mr. Johnson In such a manner as to throw him on the WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! 4 ' KENTUCKY'S E0UTE -- FOR- EAST HEW YDHK. WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA TUE ONLY LINE & 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 WE HAVE SOME RARE AND ARE BARGAINS! m I SOLID TRiLIlT GOING w-eitz- el TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. jfi 3c 225 o'iDonsrnsrBXji-,- , NEW BLOCK. ST. CLAIR STREET, WEITZEL'S N. B. 1,000 Hexnnents of all kind of goods at your own price. TOEK, NORFOLK, CAPITAL EL Q. MA-TTERIST- ART , Keynote to Health. DANVILLE, Health is wealth. Wealth means AND ALL independence. Tho Koynoto Is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, tho best Cough Syrup in the world. VIR&INIA & NORTH GARQLIIIA POINTS Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the For tickets and further Information apply to your Chest. Bronchitis and primary Con- nearest sumption. Ono dose gives rollef in every case. Take no other. Price C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & Gonoral Mnnngor, Gon. Pass. Agt., 1 Chiles. Richmond, Vibqinia. ticket-ofllc- GALLERY! Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Grntcher & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House. FKANKFORT, KENTUCKY. home. of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY w-- s .VV nwsiiH'' tSiSKSH wr m fcv .1. W V''W9 V V- - iL Kfr t,ii"'"7.' , ,5rjwiwinitn7iiwrTi TmiW HOT fc i Fv a:f ivHT i (i w Ti rf'V ??ifirafWjrwMiKcrarifl; r.v "ifjiH,vVi j1a:,.stf..?.T'r,- r FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at the post-offi- ce ns second class Don't forget that the closing concert of Prof. Wayland Graham's music at Eranklott, Kentucky class takes place on Tuesday evening mailable matter. F-ufol- l I, -- tr . s GEORGE A. LEWIS. Bca.it i r eviica. slier. 188G. next. The programmes are already out, and Bhow that the .entertainment will be a first class one. Col. . ZBTXZLIL'S ZETSriE FOR- - FRANKFORT, JUNE 5, Little Caleb McAnnlly Miller, son of Mr. Fred Miller, fell from n raft of s into the river, just below the Cotton Mills, Tuesday morning, about He and 7 o'clock, and yns drowned age had another boy about his own just been over a trot line and were preparing to go home, his companion having started up the bank, and was too far away to render him any assistance before he sank for the last time. The body was recovered several hours afterwards. The little fellow was just ten years old on that day. saw-log- ThomasJB. Ford's interest in school matters has increased wonderfully in tho last week, as he now has a son who will some day need an education. The little Colonel is a ten pounder, and Mill be a week old hence the smile that adorns Tom's handsome countenance. w, GRUTCHER & STARES, M F. Quire, of this county, has received from the Mutual Aid Insurance Company $1,440.40, insurance upon the life of her husband, the late John Quire. The Company resisted the payment of the policy, and after the case had been in litigation for two years it was finally decided in her fa Mrs. Susan HIGH PRICES KNOCKED OUT CASH THE POWERFUL LEVER, d A m 1 s ft ig ': m ifi;i e vnnj Hi A'4 , i WBki U U l. A primary election will be held in to nominate a canthis county y didate for Common Pleas Judge. . - ,. Judge Geo. C. Drane and Judge P. The securing such bargains as we recognize U. Major, of this city, who were candius liberally. dates, for the position, have both with- offering, and have drawn, leaving the race between Hon. m 3 H. C. McLeod, of Versailles, and H. National Encamp- Marshall Buford, Esq., of Lexington. The twentieth ment of the G. A. R., will convene FBANKFOBT, KT. OJPP. CITY HALL. it San Francisco, California, on the In gathering cherries in the yard of 3d of August, and arrangements have his brother, at 510 Cross street, Tuesday been made with the railroads for re- afternoon, Mr. Jos. B. Lewis was com- Mrs. Chas. E. Hoge, in this city, left duced rates for the benefit of mem- pelled to jump from a falling ladder, yesterday for home. Miss Minnie Polk, of Des Moines, bers of the G. A. R., W. R. C, and in the descent struck his right and kindred, organizations, their fam- shoulder against the side of the house, Iowa, who has been visiting Miss Todd DEALERS IN- ilies and. female relatives. The rate bruising it so badly as to render his Saffell, in this city, for several months, left Tuesday afternoon for Louisville. from the Missouri river terminals to right arm useless for several days. He Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis and Misses San Francisco and return will be $50, is about all right again, and has re- Belle Giltner and Nellie Fellmer at and from Chicago to said terminals turned to his old business, that of prin- tended the commencement exercises of and return $12 50. The tickets will ter, and will hereafter be found at this Eminence College at Eminence Thurs- . day. days office. be good returning for eighty-fiv- e August 3d, or they can jbe exfrom Dr. Alvin Duvall, having been appointed by theGovernor AssistantPhy-sicia- n days on payment of tended for sixty Personal. AGENTS FOR- at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, $25 additional in San Francisco Gayle left yesterday for a left yesterday afternoon for LexingMr. W. L. Should any member of the G. A. R. visit to Louisville. ton to enter upon the discharge of the in this section desire to take the trip duties of the position. i Miss Julia Duvall is visiting further information may be had of Willie Robb, in .Woodford county. Miss Mr. Wra. Cromwell will leave this Mr. V. Berberich, adjutant of Albert REAPERS afternoon for Champaign, Illinois, to Mr. Tarlton Julian, of Winchester, attend the commencement exercises of G. Bacon Post in this city. has been visiting relatives here this the University of Illinois, from which These machines are unexcelled for week. Institution his brother, Mr. John C. simplicity, durability' and lightness, Messrs. Ford & Mauer's new opera Mr. W. L. Collins and Mr. John To- - Cromwell, of this county, will gradurw '.. v" ijwmmji uia.v of draft. A full line of repairs in. Lena was presented at the Opera bin attended the races at Latonia this ate on Thursday. of ' .r' fin,v3i1iHLZH:lnr,iWJ& "V'HL ut ti gaygsra, House Friday evening by a full com- week. stock. Call and examine our stock pany of our amateur singers, with full Mr. R. P. Hendren and mother, of before buying elsewhere. bor:n". orchestra, before a large audience. this city, have removed to Harrods-bur- g On Monday, Mny81st,:i36, to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick to reside. Russell and wife, u daughtjr Ella. The opeia was well written, the mu16S6, to Col. Mr. Jacob Pifer, of Grayson county, In this city, on Sunday, May 80th, 10 sic good and the performance very Texas, has been visiting relatives here Thos. B. Ford and wife, a Bon; weight18S6, pounds. creditable to the young people engaged. the past week. to Mr. W. In this city, on Saturday, May 23th, C. Uerndon andwlte, a son Lamptok Price. Miss Mamie Smith's Lena Wilder was - . Has just Teoiyed tys .large Mrs. Dan. Glanton and daughter left exceedingly well rendered, both in Thursday morning for Carlisle county OBITUARY. singing and acting. Mr. Walker Peters to visit relatives. Died, at his home in this county, on May 2d, 188C. as Chester Warren and Mr. Walter Miss Lizzie Woods returned ThursOFenhy M. Mitchell, aged 6G years. Mr. Mitchell Franklin as Arthur Warren, both did day evening from a visit to friends in mis born In AVoodford county Anrll 28. 1830: was married to Miss M. J. Walker, December 2, 1852; and well. Miss Lucille Lindner's Amy Bowling Green. removed to this county to reside. Stoves,. Grates & Mantels. it nn my neanwun unusuui bear lovlne yei Conrad was not up to her usual standMr. C. M. Jones, of this county, with nus Indescribable pleasure, to saaness: anutest! 4 lUHf IBPBMKHIsiFt-iiB!Call and examine the highly r' ard either as to rendition of the part spent Wednesday and Thursday in mony to the worth or one who was soproved esteem' MWilB MHIBniliTifiiiii himself ed by his host of friends, and who on busiuess. or in vocalization. The choruses Eminence v of their commence and anectic north SOUTHERN liusoaiiu I...U iatner, Mr. Leslie Gayle, of Brooklyn New asIn all IUO relations Ul lire, IW an humble and dewere all well rendered by the young neighbor and friend, and as his aunt, Miss Mary vout Christian, he bore himself as without fear and ladies and gentlemen of the company. York, is visiting Indeed, that noblest work without reproach Wrought Steel Range, city. of Clod, an honest man. Naturally of warm Impulses Taken all in all, it was a decided suc- A. Gayle, in this J. I til mmLJff WP Tho new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, and generous disposition, all his actions were tem Miss has cess for amateur performers With a iting Birdie Ilaly, who A. been vis- pered by conscientious regard ior rigin anu irum. tho famous her sister, Mrs. W. Skain, reAltera oriei anu neroic struggle wun mo insr of MmJBiWHBbBSBEMmi1B little more care and practice it will be- turned home yesterday. terrors, the sliver cord was loosed and the golden bowl broken. come a decided hit in light opera. The truer life drew nlgher, Mr. C.'Ed. WIrgman and family, of The morning star climbed higher, f Louisville, are visiting Mr. Samuel R. Earth's hold on him grew slighter, And to many other nsofnl articles too nu- Life's heavy Inirden lighter, College is in a mpre pros- Smith and wife, in this city. Eminence The dawn Immortal brighter. merous to mention, all at the jEKiir Williamson. perous condition than for years past. Rev. R. E. Caldwell, who. has been LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. The attendance has been much larger visiting his mother in North Carolina, PUBLIC SALE OP the past year, the corps of teachers bet- is expected home next week. . ter, and the class which, graduated Mr. George Buhr and son, Master AXTD LOT. Of all kinds solioited in roofing, guttering, from that institution on Thursday the George, left Wednesday afternoon ior gas fitting arid plumbing, WILL, ON largest, with the exception of that of a visit to iriends in Cincinnati. WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, public said,MONDAY, the resi 6th. U. otter at . Give me a call, t , . Mrs. W. L. Collins and daughter, dence of Nelson Alley, deceased, situated on Main years it 18G8, during the twenty-nin- e street, opposite the Capital Hotel, Frankfort, Ky. Mias Ethel, of this county, have been ThB lot fronts about sixty feet on Main street, ruu- has been. in existence. A normal deto the river, having about 93 nlnir back partment has been added to the Col- visiting friends in Eminence this week. feet river about 1C3 feet house hs a frame front. Tho Mrs. Richard Tobin and children building, containing 8 rooms, kitchen und servant's lege, from which there were a number whole house. O. with spent a few days this week with her rooms, one ofgood cellars under theiriost desirable the of graduates, all of whom received cer- sister, Mrs. W. A. Skain, of Lexing- ThW is In the city. best located und Information or Any one wishing homes desiring to examine the property can apply to P. F. tificates as teachers from the Superin- ton. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. General Insurance Agent;- Smith, on the premises. tendent of Public Instruction, who exTekmb Of Sale. One third cash; balance In two Mr. Richard Stanton, of Carrolltoh, equal payments of six and twelve months, with 6 .tJAS REMOVED HIS 8II0P FROM SOUTH amined them in person as to their pro- spent several days in this city this per cent Interest until paid, with lien on property to Frankfort to the Saw and Elanlntc Mills of Office on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. iWaketleld and West, where he Is prepared to do any ficiency. week, visiting his brother, Major H. securedeferredpayments. KATE MAH0NEYt work. Those who contemplate bulldlnir, either In REPRESENTING the city or country, are requested to give him a call. ELEANORA SMITH, , T. Stanton. , Another class in the Normal Orders for Job Work will be received by telephone JAMES W. ALLEY. June 15 Leadins'A'merican andTpreign'CompanieB,' No. 4?,and will receive prompt attention. Mrs. O. M. Reynolds and family, of will be opened on Monday, JlVlll Mrs. M. E. D Smith , w j the session to bo of six. weeks duration, Alabama, and jrr wn?i ovek j r k i spending the J. B. LEWIS, ..." are M.Aldridge. summer with Mrs. nrst-clas- s opportunity R. which offers a 100,000,000,00 ASSETS. K. C. STEELE. for all those desiring to teach to fit Mr. WRITTEN ON FARM PROPJas. N. Miles, wife and daughter, TERM POLICIES .rntes. Agent Anchor Line at themselves for that profession. Any little Miss Florence, left Thursday REAL ESTATE AGENT, Steamship. lowest Ticket sold from any point of Prepaid In' information in regard, to fees, &c, can morning for a visit of several days to Apr.l7-ly. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, uicuii pmuuii vi .trouuiu. FRANKFORT, KY., be hod by addressing Prest. W. S, relatives in Louisville. THE rFFER3 HIS8ERVICES TO years TRADE AS AN ILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN jon worx neatly exetwelve experience, aa KJ expert, having Giltner or Prof. J. B. Secrest at EmiMisses Mary E: and Bettie Bright, Revenue Qauger, in had business. W Franklin or adjacent counties. the May2J-3cuted at this office. of Winchester, who have been visiting Prompt uttentloa to orders. Telephone No. 11, nence. to-da- The fete given in the yard of Col. John N. Crutcher, in Belle Point, Tuesday evening, was largely attend-ed- j the occasion an exceedingly pleasant one, and the receipts very satisfactory, amounting to about one hundred dollars, which will be devoted to completing the Free Christian Chapel in thatplace. TheFrankfort CornetBand went over and enlivened the evening with s,ome of their sweetest music free of charge, for which the lady managers are very grateful, as it added greatly to" the entertainment. The grounds were beautifully illuminated with Chinese lanterns, and the scene was a in appearance. perfect fairy-lan- d vor. The City Council awarded the con tract for erecting the new City School building, on Saturday night, to Mr. Mike Buckley, for $22,4G0. He com menced work Wednesday afternoon excavating for tho foundation. Mr. B. B. Jeffers was appointed by the Council Superintendent of Construction. 1 trade E WITH II i ? TO W TE HALL j T t 40 -- AND BUY YOUR CLOTHING, .' SHOES, HATS, &Q; AT LIVING1 PRICES. 11 our enterprise in patronized 4 are wmx hla.3LjX. ff? ?. MASTIN BROS --- whi Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardwire, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Sfc. McCormick Binders, &M0WERS YM ,.'il 7clr, iai v BSssi agji - J. T. BUCKLEY SPRING STOCK -- M -- 0UEEN w inn im, fi HOUSE J,OB VOBK two-stor- y F.' .HTJCHES," il J)e-partm- t. il-iii- . Practical Ganger, -- JXl r ' - n- -. PBS' , v -- r; W T A- w Si! ,' V Atf v.rt in ' Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. Don't forget to call on J. Heeney Rogers. and get prices on sugars that will . astonish you. FRANKFORT, JUNE 5, 188G. . Backache; stitches in the Bide, inflation and soreness of the bowels ore, Fon SaiiE. Fifteen acres of clover, Rovi G F. J3agby will occupy thp symptoms of a disordered state of the standing. Apply to M. L. Crutcher. and assimilative pulpit of the Southern Presbyterian digestive bo corrected by use oforgans, 2t. which can Ayer's m morning and even- Cathartic Pills. As dinner pills, and Churcn Fon Rent. House of three rooms ing. aids to digestion, they nave no equal. in Belle Point. Apply on premises to They cure constipation. Mastin Bros, are having quite, n 2t. Miss Laura Bailey. large sale for McCormick's machines, . The greatest musical event of the J. Heeney keeps good country ap- having sold in the last few weeks over season will take, place on Tuesday evening, Juno 15th, at Iho Opera pie vinegar. twenty of them. o House. On that occasion the cele The best machine oil kept by Mrs. Elvira T. Skillman, sister of brated opera of Mikado will be preMastin Bros. Messrs. R. B. and C. E. Taylor, of this sented by Prof. Wayland Graham's Call at Buckley's and sec the Moni- city, died at her homo in New Orleans music class, under his direction. The tor coal oil stove. on Friday of last week. costumes of the performers will bo Before purchasing sugar call on J. All those afflicted with piles, and gorgeous,, the decorations beautiful, Heeney, South Side, and get prices. kindred diseases should bear in mind and a large number ot the most wonYou can buy an English china wash that Dr. W. I. Kelloy, of Cincinnati, derful, fans will bo displayed. The following is the cast of characters in the stand set, 10 pieces, from $3.50 up, at is at the Capital Hotel opera: no better one could be gotten Jjuckiey's Mr. L. A. Trumbo, of this county, up in the city: Champion machine repairs at recently returned from Texas, and Tho Mlkndo of Japan, Harry Graham. Mastin Bros. (Ills Ron, dlsgulshed as brought with him five horned frogs. Nankl-1'oa wandering minstrel and In love Straw hats of all varietiest cheap at Tom Brlslan. with He has our thanks for oneof the num(Lord High Executioner of C. R. Gresham's, South Side. . . . Hutchison, FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. for Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Pila?, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Cuts,. Bruises, box. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in tho world R. ROGERS; -- DEALER IN- - money refunded. Price 26 cents per For sale by Joe LeCompte. CANDIDATES. FURNITURE COFFINS, AC. Comics Poles 1 FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. Wo nre authorized to announce JUDGE GEORGE C. DRANE. of Franklin county, ns n candidate for Judge of the Common Pleas Court, In tho Dis trict, composed ot tne counties or rnnKiin, Fayette, Grant. Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford. Primary election Saturday, June 6th. li Wow Fislure: FRANKFORT, KY. FOR.TAILEr. Wo aro authorized to nnnounce ELI McDANIEL ns n Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin county. 227 A SPECIALTY. MAIN STREET, v. to-da- y. Wc are authorized to announce S. N. DAVID May SON ai an Independent Candidate forjailer of Franklin cnuntv. aeainst the field, sublect to the will L. F. Compton. of the people at the August election, i836. All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. W. C. Macklik. -- o Yum-Yu- Ko-K- o tion, FOR CITY MARSHAL. We are authorized to nnnounce W. S. MORRIS as n candidate for City Marshal at the August elec1886. COMPTON & MACKLIN, -- PROPRIETORS 4 ber. L Tltlpu) Else), m Mr. A. H. "VVaggener, the Broadway street grocer, now has a handsome new delivery wagon, which was built for him by Messrs. Kernan & Wolf, on upper Main street. Electro-ther-aputis- Poo-liu- h Frank (Lord High Everything (A Noble Lord) ) Plsh-Tus- h Yum-YuPlttl-SIn- g V 8 sisters wards of i Lottie Stanton. ( Rose Stewart. ) Koko Katisha (an elderly lady In love .... ( Mat Fahy. "Walter Franklin. Lizzie Davis. Preserving sugars at lowest figures at J. Heeney's Peep-B- o Wonderful Cures. W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: We have been selling ur. icings jew Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's, Arnica Salve for two years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, or give such universal There have been some satisfaction. wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by 1. Jos. LeComnte. Jno. T. Buckley is agent for the Favorite gasoline stove, the best in the market. The verdict of everybody: ".Howard Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are the finest drinks in town." T THE PU3LI0 IS HEREBY NOTIFIED boueht from Mrs. Addle Garrett, In. the NOTIGR! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf ELKHOPwlT ROLLER MILLS, IUVE THE FULL Grand Chorus School Girls, Nobles, Dancing Girls, Guards 4c. with Nankl-Fc- o Almn Scofleld. tratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest THAT I adminis- Roller System, -- AND MANUFACTUR- E- m ? m 7TL .v. H W, Dr. W. H. Harris, the Buckley has a full line of glass jars Office nnd wareroom on Broadway, opposite who has been a resident of this cheaper than any other house in. the ltol Square Sunday city. cltyjbr the past six years, loft afternoon for Grayson Springs, where And have sold Interest In my business to Cleveland has his Bride but Dick he will have charge of i;he sanitarium Ferguson has beyond a doubt the best -- BY GOING TO SEE-The annual jug breaking of the Mis- five cent Havanna cigars in the city. S. Go and try them. sion Band took place at the Christian l And hereafter the style of the firm will be W I Ay I aftjg mi T mff I i7? Church, Wednesday evening, with the Ayer'sSarsaparilla is ahighly concer-trate- tl usual, interesting ceremonies. The extract of Sarsaparilla and other STATEN & DEHONEY, amount realized from the jugs was $153 blood purifying roots, combined with Iodide of Potassium and Iron. Its conand some cents. trol over scrofulous diseases is unequalAnd the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street. The Roundabout office is indebted led by any other medicine. May JAS. T. STATEN. to, Mr. H. J. Hyde, the St. Clair, street HARViEiiAND, Ky., June 2d, 188G. fruit dealer, for a waiter of delicious Editor Roundabout: ! strawberries ana cnerries sent over on. The friends of Mr. B. F. Webber in Wednesday afternoon, which, were this neighborhood are indignant about tho report of his difficulty with Mr. enjoyed by all hands and the devil. Hundley published in the last issue of Buckley has a nice assortment in Our friend, W. Leslie Collins, Esq., your paper. According to that account English majolica ware at city prices. Mr. Hundley was attacked without is dealing largely in thoroughbreds of provocation and used his knife only We have opened our ice cream par- Located late. Ho is the owner of a yearling while in imminent danger of losing lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest baugh's. on JTpimes street near Mr. John Crum- AWS?-"- . W&E!ElSZn33H full brother to the great race his life. We all know, Mr. Editor, place in town. And our cream and colt, HENSLET. . horse Bob Miles, and will enter him, that even editors are sometimes im- sherbet is the best you can find any May8-lm-. advant-ag- e d posed and that reports in all the prominent fixed events to be creep upon,newspapers sometimes for place. You will find it to your into laaaM1iicinvmWKsrgTt to visit us before going elsewhere. run for in 1888. the purpose of influencing courts arid Howard Bros. juries, without fault on the part of the OFFICE The Yeoman office building and proprietor. Call at Buckley's and see the latest have been advertised for sale by In order to correct the false impres- in china toilet sets. 426 HIGH STREET, Esq., Special sion which has been made about the W. C. Herndon, matter, at the instance of his family, ice cream and Lovers of first-claCommissioner, on the 21st inst. It is NEAR THE PRISON. want at who are among the best people of this one of the finest und best arranged community, your correspondent' visit- sherbet will find what they Howard Bro's. printing offices in the State, and offers ed the wounded man and obtained the Telephone No. 8 9. V. following statement, which is sustainJan. a fine opportunity for some gentleman Cure for Piles. Office hours from 11 a. m. till 1 o'clock p. m. in ed by of means to invest his capital to advan- nesses:the evidence of two other witpreceded by a the day, and from 8 till 10 o'clock at night. Piles are frequently tage. in "I, with another gentleman, went to sense of weight thethe back, loins and HORSES TAKEN TO PASTURE. DR. COLLINS, abdomen, causing the stable kept by Hundley, and.'asked lower part of The losses by firo recently at for transportation to the patient to suppose has sone efcec-tio- n Harvieland. He of the kidneys or neighboring or- OOOD'GMSSAND WATER. Forks of Elkhorn (James Gallihue's lam no would cnarge sa.uu lor sending gans. At timesj symptoms of indigesresidence) and at Hatfon station (Jno. s out. l torn nun tnat jl ,mm only Terms reasonable. Orders may be left tion are present, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' A. Bell's Depot) were settled last paid $1.00 before. He asked who sent of the stomach, flatulency, uneasiness at Mangnn & Darnell's. ect. Amoisture, like QFFICE, extracted without pain by the uso ot me,. ana jl saia win. ijewis M. D, AVEEILL. week by the Prescott Ins. Co., of Bos- 'By G Lewis is not keeping Jtie saia nersDlration. nroducinir a very disii- - May (or laughing) gas. mar.20-t- l the staton, and the Kenton Ins. Co., .of Ky., ble now.' I said to my companion exeeable itchimr. after getting warm, through Chas. F. Exum's agency, that we would walk, and started Is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedyield at once to RODGERS & ALLEN, away, but came back and sat on the ing j'nd Itching Piles Dr. Main street, opposite engine House. Bosanko's the application of steps opposite the stable while my AM PREPARED TO FURNISH PURE LAKE ICE acts directly upon Pile Ksmedy, which rDEALERSIN i In any quautlty and at all times, at my stand. The following ladies of the Method- friend went to Frankfort for a vehicle. the parts effected, absorbing the (While I was sitting there quietly waitist Church will furnish articles for the ing, Hundley came over itching, and i allaying the intense GROCERIES, GLASS AND CHINA-WAR- E, and said exchange Mrs. G. C. Kelly, something I can't now remember, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 CHOICE FRESH FISH FIELD SEEDS; &c. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Mrs. H. R. Williams, Mrs. Russell I got off the steps, but did not strike cents. O. Sold by Co.r 235 BROADWAY STREET. Always on hand. Send In your orders. Rodman, Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Mrs. J. B. him or attempt to. Just then he. duck- Medicine& Chiles.Piqua, ed his head and ran against me, and at Hughes Lewis, Mrs. Jason M. Case, Mrs. M. J. JAMES O'DONNELL, JUST OPENED A FAMI-Il- y struck me with a knife grocery at tho above place, where we will Cor. Broadway and Ann Streets. ot sorts' with headache, Kelly, Mrs. James N. Miles, Misses the same time kept concealed till then. If 'out torpid liver, pain In bnck or stomach which he had constantly on hand a full stock of goods !n our keep conApril line, we respectfully solicit a liberal share of the Lena Coke, Minnie Cain, Nellie Ho kept cutting me and I knocked him disorder, etc, neulect may be fatal. side, dose One stipation, public patronage. will jrlre relief. of StronB'o Sanative Fills Hughes, Martha Crumbaugh and Mrs. down, no cut me wnue noicung on A lew uoses restore to new neaun ana vigor. 7 Andrew Cain., The exchange will be to me and never cut me after I struck NEW COAL YAfiD! Mar. IMm. Rodgers & Allen. him. He cut. me four times and my If you wantagood juicy steak, sweet held,.- qt theusualonlace,, the, Singe clothing In ten places. He sought the 's lard go to Mack TTAVING RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN' Se,wjtag, Machine office, 'corner of Main quarrel and attacked me first and any hams, bacon or 223 Main street, oppo- 1 1 sown rnniuort,we are prepared at uu times to store, No. other, statement is erroneous. I was site Dr. Duvall's residence. furnish the and Ann streets. fl'l-t- f. I. F. drinking some, but was not quarrel. BEST GRADES 0E COAL! MrsN, l McQafdel.and Mrs.,rWm. some or noisy. This is my first trouble Proper Treatment for Coughs. pAPITAL LODGE. NO. 6, MEETS EVERY MON-of any kind, and I am 30 years of Httmm,ondfpf; Beljef Point, were s uu- mgui. viHiuiic uruiners coruiaiiy invited. AT TUB ago." GEO.W.REOCK.NG. That the reader may fully underBQuJsyard, yesterday afn J. R. Williams, Sec. . . Our information in regard to the stand what constitutes a, good Cough LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES April ternoon, ina spring wagon, near the and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar Railroad Bridge, when , the switch above matter was obtained from what and Wild Cherry is the basis of the 'Office on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and office and R. Williams' engine, came along, and the ladies stop- wo believed to bo a reliable source, best remedies yet discovered. These Branchof Second scales at IK streets, South grocery, BOARDERS WANTED and Bridge Frankand wo endeavored to give it as wo re ingredients with several others equally comer All orders will receive prompt attention. fort. ped their horse and Mrs. McDuniel.got S. S. & J. H. TOLD. Deaia-t- t largely out to him, but the animal became ceived it. The examining trial of as efficacious, enterand Lunginto Dr. BOARDING AT MRS. FRKKWAK'H Syrup, nouse, No. Hundley, who did the, cutting, has Bosanko's Cough t Doarumg day or week. 422AllNorth St. Clairs fit frightened, and pulling) away from her most reliable Board by the thus making it one of the desiring IFOIES board will find It to their Interest to call backed oyer the river bank, carrying been postponed unllll Monday week. now on tho market., Price 60. cents MRS. FREEMAN & NESBITT. DWELLING HOUSE Samples free. Sold by . lot STORY FRAME repair, four rooms andAND $1.00. down the wagon, with Mrs, Hammond House in good two He hadn't attended divine services and 2 Hughes & Chiles. fifty feet front and one hundred and tchens. Lot in it, Into the river. The horse was for a long time, and when tney reachninety-twfeet deep. Situated east of the corner of drowned, wagon lost, and Mrs. Ham ed tho church he attempted to enter by ' Louisville steam bread and rolls at Murray and Second streets, South Frankfort Apply to 8t. Kleber's. Mrs. W. O. MANDLEHR, raond came near being drowned, but tho side door. you doing, John," in "What are No. 885 Broadway. Mar. 'Mr. Ed. Grant, the fireman, jumped quired his wife: "that is the side two-stor- y AND CEILING frame dwelFor from the engine,, Tap down ,thej bank, door." rooms, located on High "Certainly," he replied, "it's Sun- ling of. six plunged ,in the water, rand rescued street, opposite tho Governor's Manher from her dahgorous predica- day, Isn't it? The front door is locked sion, Apply to Mrs. Margaret Griftln, " AUTHORITY GIVEN A MAJORITY OF THE ment. She w,as badly i hurt,! in and oh "oh, suddenly interrupting next door. St. himself of course, certainly, JJYstockholders of the Plum Branch nnd Bald going (town tya .ryer ,bank, ,and had what am I thinking about? I waH unTumplko Road Company In the charter of said Is hereby riven that thero Try Howard Bro's. soda water and road, noticethe stockholders of said roadwill be a gone, undqr jthe water, one before Mr. der the impression that that " meeting ot at Bald on the first Saturday, In June, Knob "Sh! that's enough," said his wife, ginger ale. Grant reached her, andwaa lying in a 1886, at hour of 10 o'clock, a. in., to elect u board of NEATLY EXECUTED BY year. critical condition at the time we closed and then she led him into church. We uso nothing but, pure fruit syrups five directors for the ensuing 10th day of April; 1886. Given under my hand this BA-ISTTA- .. R. A. THOMSON, our forms last night. All honor to If you want fresh fish cleaned call on in our soda water, and ypu will And it Presiding Judge Fruuklln County Court. the brave boy, Ed. Grant. . May22-lmApril Jim O'Donnell. the best in town. Howard Bros. t, Cap-Jan- Furniture and'TJndertaking Six of the best grades of the best Flonr made in the world. .2 1886-lr. W. MONEY SAVED DEHONEY, GS 8-- tf FOR J3ALE Six Beautiful' S M a ro BUILDING LOTS, one-side- DR. GOBER, and raa-teri- ttl M ! m ss BERBERICHI j. S. 23-C- DENTIST, ; t. -- LAKEJCEl! y Tu-moiv- s, to-da- y: FIRST-CLAS- S 17-t- f. i - Sal-yer- .- - 0. 0. - 10-t- f. SALE. TJIRST-CLAS- S first-clas- 3-W- -- o 13-S- rentA Turnpike Meeting. School-house, -- Decorations Stencil "Work, 17-t- d. E. L. a' W.' wv v l - ' 't ; , j'U'.Hvt1 "'Or.--'- . ,w .M ret' V" j'1 ft" il FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, is no pay derived from it, more's tho Active, asajail, and a thousand times more pity, for a good road is as necessary Pushing: and Reliable. m Bridgeport. Plenty of rain. Cabbago plants in demand. Cherry and strawberry preserving. The veal business is looking up. The oat and grass crops are splendid. The Bridgeport school closed yesterday. Dr. "W. Lee Crutcher is at homo from Florida. June meetings will in nil probability arrive Foot pads and tin peddlers arc doing up the county in earnest. useful. LIBERAL OFFER. Five Thousand Dollars to any Charitable Institution, If It Cannot be Done as it is Stated. A tise)'. Itochcster, A7. Ex-Presid- 3r., Union and Adver- Friends of Arthur are Free. very much disquieted. Of course he is not going to die! He is in the hands of a very particular Jos. LeCompto can always bo relied upon, to carry in stock the purest and best goods, and sustain the reputation of beingactive, pushing and reliable. Havingsecured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, colds and coughs, will sell It on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and every affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to call and get a Trial Bottle t How many terriblo aches one's poor headl "For the Indefinite aehai and palm of'nemma has, and what suffering to caused by these """""" """" headaches. Relief may bo had from Nervous, nuttam, it U almost speciflo!" Neuralgic, or Sick Hcadacho by tho uso of Park Rttchix, M. D., St. Pan, Minn. but "Hrm used Tonqaumx in case of Nenralgio tfrvWCvrvYvwo Which is not a cure-alVWVWVt which is a cure for Nervous Headache with success in almost erety instance). Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica ta rtrict 0h,n and Gout. No proprietary medicine has ever obtained such strong endorsement from I medical profession. tbeo. Hermann, M. D., St. Thomas, Mo. l, .J11 K0oJ "tanJf," Towr7:S, thoTntoanie'S0"8"860 A. A. MELLIER, FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sola Proprietor. 7G9 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, BT. LOUIi ft. v physician. His doctor does not call it Bright's Disease! No, it is stomach disorder that he is suffering from now, and Sheets has been danger- every few hours he takes a cold, and Mr. Charles from time to time many other sympously ill for a week or two. toms are developed. These symptoms Mrs. Lizzie Roberts has recovered tho public should know are really sec from her recent illness. ondary to Bright's Disease. His physieans say that everything Mrs. .Tas. Ilarrod has been on the that medical skill can do for him is several days this week. sick list More cabbage and fewer sweet potatoes is the cry this year. Price Towles made two trips to Cincinnati this week with cattle. Surface Indications TYImt n From present indications wheat harvest will be earlier this season than usual. A No. 1 dry goods store is what is most needed in this town at the pres- ftf ent time. The question now is: Is Mrs. Mary Jenkins' or Mr. F. M. Scofleld's cow the best? Mrs. Florence Crockett, of Louisville, visited relatives in this vicinity recently. Miss Lillie McWilliams, of Shelby countv, is visiting the family of Mr. Wm.'Scofield. A gentleman in this section reports cutworms in bis cornfield as big as a full grown lizard. Mr. and Mrs. "Wm. Parker, of Shelby county, visited friends in this town IV J. f Ii R V ri last Sunday. Squirrels are more plentiful this season than usual; at least such is the report wo hear. Geor-gian- a Miss Maggie Sargent and Mrs. relatives Hawkins are visiting in Woodford county. The question now is: Are vegetables better planted in rows north and South or east and west. Miss Bottle Wilson, who has been quite sick for several weeks, we are glad to announce, is better. which tne Found. A pocket-booowner can get by calling on C. H. Par-reand paying for this notice. Bridgeport in the dark at last; four weddings soon and no one can tell which is to be first. Three cheers. We had the pleasure of visiting the Sabbath-schoat the Methodist Church at Graefensburg last Sunday, We were mistaken in the statement that Mrs. Crockett's tenementanwas inentire sured. The building was k, nt ol r--r r r KcvL' i - TT- - r - fo rc- loss. Mr. Henry Montfort and wife, of Louisville, have been visiting her sister, Mrs. James Harrod for a week or so. Two speeches, three games of and a bugey ride with a iat young lady sometimes are the cause of blue Monday and headache. Wire fencing is becoming quite popular in this section, being quite as cheap and durable as any, though rather dangerous to stock. The Colorado bect'e is playing havoc with potatoes in some locations. The best remedv for their destruction-Pi- ck thorn off and kill them. The printer last week made us say services at Evergreen lnr Saturdav been and Sunday when it should have at 11 rtnti'a unfa nnin (.ntr fli at .') p. m. and a. m. Please so state. "ask your friends and neighbors about This is asking but little. They Prof. Lea's treat to his scholars last it. tell you all you want to know." hugely enjoyed by all. can Thursday was be"We Lillie The Prof, and his assistant, Miss under- fore the have kept a standing offer says public for four years," to thoroughly Russell, seem we stand the wants of the children. Long Mr. Warner, "that can will give $5,000 successfully disto any person who may they wave. pute the genuineness, so far as we know, of the testimonials wo publish, Ridge. and none have done it." Were General Arthur a poor man, Mrs. J. Graves is visiting relatives unable to be left "in tho hands of his here, physicians," ho would use that great Preparations are being made for a remedy, as many thousands of others picnic. Baskets, money, have done, and get well. How absurd Sunday-schoo- l ropes for swings, and as- then for people to say tiiat everything ice for water, sistance of all kinds has 'been offered that can do done is being done for the and 'accepted. Duo notice of the time when the one successful and place will be given. remedy in the world that has cured, or Capt. Tracy, our efficient road over- that can cure a case like his, has not been used by them. seer, with a numerous staff of civil work on did some splendid Farmers having real good butcher tho county road last week. IIo proposes to work again this week and stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, make it compare favorably with any will receive the highest market prices road in tho State, and when tofinished, by calling on Mack Salyors, 223 Main fl4-ts travel street. he in vitas his money and without price. it without Danger ! A neglected cold cough He don't believe in extorting .tribute, lead to l'nenmonla.Consumptlonoror otiier may fatal of travelers. dUcaso. Strong's Peotoral Pllli will euro n This is entirely a labor of love on the cold an by magic. lit'Mt thing for dyspopsln.ln part of Capt. Tracy and stuff, as there dlKejtlon.slckhoadacho as thousands testify, cro-que- t, ed J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing" Combeing done. Kalamazoo Spring Tooth pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mil- l, This is not so! This case is a prominent one because Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Gider and yet the General is an Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler there are thousands of farmers quietly in their farm houses, of seconddying, Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps ary symptoms of Bright's Disease, called by every conceivable name; All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them thousands of workmen, likewisedying, leaving helpless families; hundreds of in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Frankthousands in all walks of life who have fort, Ky. T. sickened, and are likewise dying, helpJune less victims of powerless physicians. which Is sufficiently powerful to expel Eight years ago a very well known from the system even tho taint of Hereditary Scrof uln. gentleman was about to enter upon ! WM. CROMWELL Tho medical profession indoro Aran's largo commercial transactions. His SAits.p.utiM,A,aiul many attestations Blue of medical adviser quietly dropped into the cures effected by iteomo from all parts his office one day and told his confidenof tho world. It is, in tho language of Attorney-at-Law- , Sentho Hon. Francis Jcwett, tial clerk that he would be dead in of three months, and that he ought to ator of Massachusetts and AND Lowell, "the onlv preparation that docs settle up iiis business affairs at once! real, lasting good.'' That man is alive and well USUAL STOCK OP FRUIT AND prepared by yet he was given up as incureable with Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruits und PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OP 3verythlng usually found In n Nursery Establishthe same disease that is killing General Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Franklin and the adjoining oounties, and to ment. Catalogues on application Arthur! will also give special attention to the purchase H. F. HILLENMEYER, Sold by all Druggists: Price $1; and sale of real estate, collection of rents, Our reporter met this gentleman yesLexington Ky. Mar. Six bottles for $5. claims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office terday and in conversation about the ' General's case, he said: JSEW PLANING MILL. opposite Court House. June will give $5,000 to any charita"I ble institution in the State of New Kentucky Central Railroad. York, to be designated by the editor of Coal the New York World, the editor of the Buffulo JSreics and W. E. Klsselburg of "BLUEGRASSROUTE" Having reoently added tohls Establishment KINDS SCREENED the Troy Times,- if Warner's safe cure ALL family use.DOUBLE Delivery, Full Prompt Shortest and Quickest route from (taken according to my directions) First-Cla- ss Planing Mill, Weight, Bottom Prices. ei.lifr.li 1l1lnrl ma ain.Vir irrhnfc nrrn nni not care General Chester A. Arthur of CENTRAL KENTUCKY Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Telephone connection No. 36. Bright's disease from which he is sufTO ALL POIfTS fering." "Now I want you to understand," MM. EAST: WEST, M SOUTHWEST Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Molding GEO. B. MACKLI1T, he said, "that we do not profess to FRANKFORT, KY. make new kidneys, but we do know FAST LINE BETWEEN Dec.8-- f ALSO from personal experience and from the CINCINNATI. AND Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnln experience of many thousands of sim LEXINGTON ilar cases, tiiat we can stop tne con Housekeepers, Attention! Gotten out in the Best Style. sumption ot the kidneys. Many a SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY i6THj 885. Mayl5-tf- . man has gone through life with one kidney without inconvenience. ThouT KEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S. sands of people have lived a majority Cooper's and Nelson's No 4. No 6, No. 12, South Bound. of their life with one lung. They did Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. Sun, not have a new lung made. We do not make new kidneys, but if the kidney is not consumed too much we can Lve Covington.. 10 a m 8 10 p m a 00 p m Which are quranteed the best. 40 a m 9 24 p m 3 33 p m stop disease and prolong life if taken " Falmouth.. DE. W. I. KELLEY, " Cynthiana. 45 a m 10 13 p m 4 38 p m in time." 25 a m 10 40 p in 5 15 P ni Arr Paris . . . Extract of Lemon & Vanilla, 10 p m 11 17 p m 6 10 p m This offer comes from H. IT. Warner, " Lexington, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, a m 10 4s p m 5 22 p m proprietor of Warner's safe cure, of Lve Paris 30 My own make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, 20 p m 11 20 p m 605pm Arr Winchester, . this city. .the very best I can buy, and attention Is WILL BE AT THE " Richmond . . 50 p m 715pm especially called to my Mr. Warner also said, "My dear sir, " Lancaster.. . 07 p m oc p m " Stanford... . there are governors, senators, presidenGROUND BLACK PEPPER, 00 p m tial candidates, members of congress, Lve Richmond . .. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. 10 p m prominent men and women all over Arr Berea . . " Livingston. 45 P m IN FRANKFORT. KY.. Wine, for cooking purposes, at $2.00 per Gallon. the country whom I personally know Don't fall lo give mo n trade. have been cured of disease, such as SATUEDAY, MAY 8, 1886. General Arthur suffers from, by our No. No. No. 3. JOSEPH - LeCDMPTE ! SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. Warner's safe cure, but owing to the circles in which they move they do SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. THii HUUTJH. 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