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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886061201 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. i'- - ) ' The Frankfort Roundabout. LEWIS, Publisher. QEOROEA DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Si. "' Volume IX. W. C. T. V, Notes. 6r; !l FRANKFORT, KY., JUNE 12, 1886. NumberaSD Bridgeport. Beans and potatoes next. Cabbage plants are about all set. Gnrdens are generally doing well. Wheat harvest about ready to commence. Prof. T. J. Hill, of Shelby county, took in the vlllnge last Tuesday. Cherry tarts have subsided. Apple dumplings to the front. Mr. J. H. Bailey has returned home from a trip to Cincinnati. Road working is quite fashionable Just now, though not at all popular. The sick are all better. No now cases to report, so far as we are advised. The watermelon prospect is not as flattering as it was this time last year. Mr. F. M. Scofield's cow produces 14 pounds of butter per week. Said to be the boss. Regular services at Bridgeport at 11 Christian Church o'clock, a. m. The election last Saturday passed off quietly, nut few votes were cast. Mr. James Harrod was elected as school Mr. F M. Scofield wishes it distinctly understood that he will not make the race for, Sheriff emphatically no. ''jt 1 t a. PA ra i ? IV TO' k? NT tf te ,7V Roman's Christian Temperance Union meets Wednesday ,o o'clock, p. m.f in the chapel of the Christian Church. The notos Intended for the Roundaon the bout last Saturday were lost was unway to the office. The fact known to the writer until it was too late to prepare them ajrnln. ThouSclentiflc Temperance Education Bill" has passed both houses of Congress, has been signed by the President, and is now a law. It requires that the effects of alcohol and other narcotic poisons on the system be taught in all schools under control of tho Government. The passage of the bill wus a great victory for the W. C. T. U., as it was accomplished by the indefatigable efforts of our own Mrs. M. H. Hunt, National Sup't of Scientific Instruction, who remained in Washington until it was a law. Wednesday, Juno 9th, being "Flower Mission Day," Mrs. W. U. Munnell, and Mrs. A. Clark came up from Louisville and "isitert the Penitentiary, assisted by Rev Mr. Kavanaugh, several members of Frankfort W. C. T. TJ., and teachers of the prison Sunday-schoo- l. The chapel had been beautifully decorated for the occasion by the inmates, and their faces told, that to them it was a "Red Letter Day." The services began with singing "Jesus, Lover of my Soul," prayer by the Chaplain, history of the "Flower Mission," and reading scripture text prepared by MNs Jennie Cassidy, a short but beautiful and appropriate talk by Mrs. Clark, who finished her address by repeating the Lord's prayer, in which all the prisoners joined Service in the chapel closed with "Praise God from Whom all blessings flow." After that the female, department and hospital were visited, and a boquet with its text card attached given to each one. With the simple gift, went an earnest prayer that God's word printed on the little cards might find its way to the heart of the recipient. Men and women, while and black, gathered about the ladies to inquire after and send loving messages to their friend, Miss Jennie Cassidy, who from her sick bed was at that hour making intercession at the Throne of Grace for them. Have been using Tongaline upon a patient who has been suffering with neuralgia for fifteen years; the effect was remarkable. It gave immediate relief. R. T. Conally, M. D. Mountain Fork, Ark. - R R M'CLURE Would announce to his friends that his - Most Remarkable Case. unpleasantness;" my attention was called to the remedy of S. S. S. through the public press, and I wrote to the proprietors or that medicine, describing my case, which I repeat for the benefit of other sufferers. The ball struck the elbow Joint and went through. It completely crushed all the articulative surface of the humeral so that both condyles and say four inches of the shaft of the bone were removed by the surgeon. It also severed the ulnar nerve. The operation left the arm much shortened and limber, but it was very useful. Some time in tho fall of 1879 it began to swell and inflame below the elbow, and soon after it suppurated and discharged horribly offensive matter. The bone spread until the entire forearm was a putrid mass, encroaching both on the back and palm of the hand. T was warned by the surgeons that this might happen in after life from nerve and blood poverty below the elbow. My condition may be imagined at that time. The wound was so offensive that I could hardly remain in a close room. I tried many remedies, external and internal, but with no avail. In June, 1884, 1 saw the advertisement of Swift's Specific in the city papers and I wrote immediately to the house in Atlanta, receiving the following ns a reply: '.Wo fear our S. S. S. will do you no good, except ns a tonic." The very frankness of the reply induced me to try it. I was a good patient and rigidly followed the directions. The first bottle nearly drove me crazy with symptoms I cannot describe, but it (and I feel a lump in my throat as I write it) removed the frightful smell which had tormented me and all who came in contact with me for so long a time. As I continued the use of the medicinCj say in a month or six weeks, marked improvement was apparent, until, as the winter set in, it had so healed that I could and did wear a sleeve on my underclothing, which I had not done in three years before. The ulcer is very obstinate, andjlt was not until the middle of 188r that it was entirely well. All redness and soreness has disappeared. Hair is growing on the arm as before and I ascribe all this to Swift's Specific. Had I dreamed of such success I would have had the arm photographed before taking the medicine, that all might see the improvement. I have lived here for forty years, and am well known, and am ready to answer all inquiries from sufferers in regard to this case. John P. Smith, Att'y at Law, 50 Carondolet Street. New Orleans, Feb. 25, 1880. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer P, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 23u Mate 4 During the summer of 1884 1 suffered from blood poisoning, the result of a gun-shwound received during the ot SPRING STOCK - OF - Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, Is now complete. Thankful for the k. LIBERAL PATRONAGE Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- tinuance of the same, trustee. ASSURING YOU THAT We will always do Republican meeting. -- Resolutions Of the Ladies' Aid Society of Provi-idenc- e Church, Frauklin couuty, Ky., on the death of Mrs. W. J. Williams: With sad hearts and tearful eyes we meet to pay a tribute of respect and love to our sister, Mrs. W. J Williams, who was the president of this society. combined so many traits of Christian character as our dear sister whose loss Wfi mourn. Her life, though short, was filled with deeds of kindness and love, and her sympathetic spirit won the hearts of all who knew her. To us her death may seem untimely, but God who gave her life and supported her in its close, is too wise to err. When with bleeding hearts we view her grave the comforting thought comes to us, "she is not dead butsleep-eth- " only the frail body lies here, the spirit has entered into that rest which remains for the people of God, and today sings with the redeemed around the throne, "Glory, glory to God." Whereas, our beloved sister has been called from our midst by an tGod, it is therefore resolved 1. That with stricken hearts we bow to the will of God and accept this bereavement as the dispensation of a kind rnd merciful Father. 2. T.iat we civ r sh I e.' memory and follow her example, and that her chair in this society remain unoccupied for six months. 8. That we tender to her husband, our beloved pastor, and her bereaved family our heart-fel- t sympathy and love, and pray God to n fibril them all-wise - It would be difficult to find one who ,"!- - H publicans of Franklin county, held at the law office of Judge W. H. Sneed, Capt. Ed. M". Drane, the chairman of tho Franklin County Republican Committee called the meeting to order and requested Major Thos. J Hutchison to act as secretary. Capt. Drane then stated the object of the meeting to be for the purpose of consulting with regard to what would bo for the best interests of the party; would it be better to allow each candidate to announce himself as the Republican candidate for the office he desired? Mr. Henry Gayle moved that this convention do now proceed to nominate candidates for the county offices to be voted for at the August election. Carried. The chair then declared nominations in order, when the following ticket was unanimously selected: For County Judge, V. Berber-IcCircuit Clerk, Junie Todd; County Clerk, A. B Hammond; Sheriff, Marion Scofield; Assessor, David Dalton; Coroner, Christopher Merchant; Jailer, Eli McDaniel; County School Superintendent, Lemuel Wentworth; Surveyor, Capt. Jo. H. Bailey; County Attorney, Isaac T. West. Every precinct in the county was represented by an intelligent set of gentlemen, and it is to be hoped that the Republicans of Franklin county will organize in each precinct, make a bold front, and try to elect our men. A long pull, a strong pull, and let us pull all together to secure success. ED. M. DRANE, Cia'm'n. Thos. J. Hutchison, h; Frankfort, Ky , June 7th, 1880. ReAt a postponed meeting of the AS WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER THAN YOU CAIN April 17. I860. DO ELSEWHERE. DELIGHTED! just received We have BUYERS With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. New Spring and Summer UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear, Best assortment in the city. We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Hudson, READ! Humphries & Cassell. ; J& Sec'Vy. Louisville Tobacco market. FUBXIBHKD PRICES REDUCED! READ! DI GLOVED tl DOBBETT, PKO- - St. PBIETOB8 LOUISVILLE TODAOOO IIOU8E. WABE- - Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. ,v ew- - f , Tho sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2472 hhds. There has been a littlo stronger feeling on nil grades of Burley tobacco, but no matorinl KENTUCKY'S E0UTE EAST improvement. It now looks ns if there will be no material chango in tho market FOB until it is ascertained what the planting of the new crop will be. Sales on our mar- WASHIN6T0H. PHILHOELPHIA 4 NEW YORK. ket sinco January 1st amount to 61,780 THE ONLY LINE hhds. Our market now shows a stock of 21,489 hhds, which includes both Burley and Running Pullman New Sleeping Cars Dark tobacco, sold and unsold. The fol-- FORlowing quotations fairly represent our market for new Burley tobacco: ZE3, IST .A. Dark Trash $2.75 to $3.50 FROM Colory Trash 8.f0 to 4.50 Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.00 Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Colory Lugs 5.00 to 7.50 Common Leaf, not colory... 5.50 to 8.00 Good Leaf 8.50 to 13.00 Fino Loaf 18.00 to 15.00 copsolation. abundant 4. Th it thM3 resolutions bo placed' Select Wrappery Tobacco. . 15.00 to 18.00 Connecting In same depot with fast t ruins for upon our minutes and a copy furnish- hub x mm, ms WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! We do not expect to make money on every article we sell; our plan 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 is ( WE HAVE SOME RARE AND ARE BARGAINS! it SOLID T .u I GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. WASHINGTON CITY, "WEITZEL. 223 cSC O'IDOIISri&TIEIIunLj, WEITZEL'S NEW BLOCK. ST. CLAIR STREET, J m 1880. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Blppus, Ind., W. Wilson, ' testifies: "I can recommend Electric Maiiy P. Lewis, Bitters ns the very best remedy. Committee. Every bottle sold has given relief In every case. One man took six bottles and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 Parmorsand Mechanics. years' standing." Abraham Hiiro, Savo money and doctors' bills,. Re- Druggist, ,Belleville, Ohio, affirms: lievo your mothers, wives and mtota "The best selling medicine i have ever by n timely purchase of Dr. Bo3artko' handled In m.v 20 years' experience Is Cough ana Lung Syrm,' best; known Electric Bitters." Thousands of others remedv for Coughs, Cqlds, Croup and nave arnica tneir testimony, so tiint the Bronchial effections. Relieves Chil- verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitdren of croup in one night, May save ters do cure all diseases of tho liver, you hundreds of dollars. Price f0 cts. kidneys or Blood. Only a half-dolland $1.00. Samples free. Sold by a bottle at Jos. Lecompte's drug store. ' o 2 Hughes & Chiles ed to her husband and family By order of the society, M ay 81 The Verdict Unanimous. N. B. 1,000 Remnents of all kind of goods at your own price. Alick THE DIRECT ROUTE TO LYNCHBURG, CAPITAL .- ART -. GALLERY! ,, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House .jy Oct. 25-- tf. VIRBTRIA & HQRTH G&ROLIIf A FQIRTS For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlcket-otHce. FHANKFORT, KENTUCKY. vj ar ART? OTTT?PRT7n Tltf TH17WAV SPK.fTAT. TlSinTTrT7MT?MTQ wny will the people of C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, oi nne pictures oi an styles and descriptions. Gen. Pnss. Agt., rranktort send to the city tor work when they can be accommodated at General Manager, Richmond, Vihqinia. home. v- - W , ' '.y-:;J- L- V,v" yy-yy- - : ?' a '?:;,. ; .;;-- -' ' ! f Vv ., ' ' l f TjPr i ,? '.- - v FRANKFORT Entered atthe post-offi- ROUNDABOUT. ce at Eranktnrt, Kentucky COUNTY. BUFORD. M'LEOD. MAJOR. DRAKE, as second class mailable matter. 94 aC35 rtiyette, vote when the following was found to be the result: 2G1 101 GEORGE A. LEWIS, 1 .TpxRiimlne, mm Scott. Woodford, Grant, 215 2U 54 4,89(5 81 210 606 1,168 HI C3 18 07 85 JciJ L-j- Jj S - IE X ' "s vt v"B U fa 5 , The vote of this county was not reported but was as follows: Eev. W. P. Smith, of this county, MoLkod. Bufokd. wns one of thu crndunles from the Court House 72 214 Bible College of the University at Market House 44 G3 Lexington on Tuesday. 324 30 Gas House r 8 53 The desirable residence of Dr. Black r,4 2 Cedar Run burn, nt South end of Logan street in 1 7 South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to Bloomington 2 33 Bald Knob Frank Chinn, for terms. The State Board of Equalization of Taxes met in the Senate Chamber Thursday and adjourned until July G, to allow the assessors time to file their books. The Frankfort Economic Heating Company organized on Saturday last, nnd secured enouerh subscriptions of stock to begin work at once. They propose to purchase the necessary machinery, and begin sinking a gas well in a few days. Mr. Polk Tracy, of Pea Ridge, killed Tuesday morning, a hawk as large as a turkey. It measured four feet from tip to tip, and his feet measured five n inches from the point of the hind point of the middle one. It to the was large enough to cary off a goose. tal-llo- FRANKFORT, JUNE 12, 188C. Total, U4 FOR- l ra WW.rf F 'JM 1 v$4 la CRUTCHER & STARKS. '.fflt lw 4 .,mt Km t "W .A Flat Creek Forks of Elkhorn Benson Peak's Mill 21 37 14 29 1 4 1 5 HIGH PRICES KNOCKED OUT .1 CASH THE POWERFUL LEVER, '3 HA" M .i , 171 849 Total McLeod's majority, 078 Mr, McLeod entered a protest against Buford being declared the nominee, on account of frauds committed in the city of Lexington, but the committee decided him the candidate all the same. 1 E WITH IT TO WHITE ILL ' a "ji m A . Personal. Mr. Ed. Ely returned Thursday from Central University, at Richmond. Mias Annie Todd Woodson is visiting friends at Jett Station this week. Capt. D. A. Murphy, of the Danville Tribune, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. A. C. Witherspoon, of visited relatives in this.city Law-rencebu- AND BUY YOUR CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, &G, AT LINING PEICES. m 7JJ5 Ail ir'til U35J rg, f Fit: ip-- r ft fv iyv ss ifii ft 1 ft' a H'' :. 4ViiAr 3 v: J K eak'. offering, and have patronized us liberally. Mrs. Minerva Bosworth, mother of yesterday. Mr. Sam. Bull, jr., has been in LouMrs. Mary L. Todd, of "Belle Point, isville this week attending the Opera K-A-LI- L and Mr. Joseph Cox, of this city, died Festival. suddenly Tuesday morning, at Lake Mrs. George Darsie will leave TuesPark, the home of Mrs. Todd, aged day for Colorado to spend the summer OJPP. CITY HALL, FRANKFORT, KY, 80 years. She had taken a deep cold with her sister. some time since and on arising from Miss Lizzie Marshall, of this city, is her bed on that morning was taken visiting her sister, Mrs. W. Thomp- graphical Union in the International Typographical Union in session in with a terrible fit of coughing which son, in Versailles, Pittsburg this week. vessel and caused ruptured a blood Messrs. Ed. Bull and Henry Craik reMrs. Campbell Steele and Mrs. Jas. death in a few moments. She was turned from school at Centre College, W. Heffner left Wednesday morning DEALERS IN- an old resident of Lexington, but of Danville, Thursday. for a week's visit to friends in LouisMr. Chas. Bridgeford and wife left ville. They will take in the Opera late years has made her home alternately with her son in that city and Monday for a visit of several weeks to Festival while there. friends in Beattyville. MrsR. P. Pepper, Miss Pepper, Miss Mrs. Todd. The remains were taken Kate Sanders, Mrs. John P. Starks, Mrs. Dawson, of Denver, Colorado, to" Lexington Wednesday for internee Miss Ella Dickerson, of this city; is Mr. J. L Waggener, and a number of ment. other ladies and gentlemen went down visiting Miss Mary Page. . m to Louisville Thursday morning to atMiss Lizzie T. Edwards, of Ver tend the Opera Festival. The residence of Mrs. Mildred AGENTS FOR Thompson, near Spring Station, Wood- sailles, spent yesterday in this city, the Mrs. Alice Orbison, Miss Nellie Mrs. M. J. Gaines, Mrs Mary county, together with all the fur- guest of Mrs. J. B. Lewis. ford Maus, niture and clothing of the family, was Misses Hallie, Rita and Maud Elliott, Brown Day, Mrs. L. M. and Mr. Judge H. F. Wm. Lindsay and wife, on Friday night of of Springfield, Illinois, are visiting Miss Duncan and wife left for Louisville destroyed by fire Laura French in this city. last week, the family barely escaping Wednesday morning to attend the REAPERS & MOWERS. returned TuesRev. R. E. with their lives. The fire occurred day afternoon Caldwell visit to relatives Opera Festival. from a These machines are unexcelled for about 12 o'clock and is supiosed to in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Mr. Sandy Hord, who has been visiting his parents in this city, left Wedhave originated from the kitchen firesimplicity, durability and lightness Miss Mary Caldwell, of Goldsboro, for his home in Auplace. The house was injured for North Carolina, is visiting her brother, nesday morning accompanied by his of draft. A full line of repairs in rora. Illinois, $2,000 and the furniture for $.300. Rev. R. E. Caldwell, in this city. mother, who will remain on a visit to stock. Call and examine our stock Miss Eliza Thompson, who was in an Miss Georgia Wilhoit, of Louisville, him and his brother Upshur, for sevbefore buying elsewhere. upper room, was compelled to gel out spent Thursday in this city, visiting eral months. on the roof of the portico and jump Miss Mattle Jones, South Side. Mr. Milton P. Craig, of this county, from there to the ground in order to Miss Travis Kavanaugh, of Henry returned last week from Salida, Coloescape, and in the decent she fell upon county, is visiting her cousins, the rado, where he has purchased an interest in a general store with his and injured her back very badly, but Misses Kavanaugh, in this city. brother. He will sell off his houseMisses Mary Van Meeter nnd Ella hold effects and farming implements Has just reclved his largo we are glad to hear is ableto go about. Wheeler, of Winchester, are visiting on next Saturday, and leave in a few Joint Henderson Dead. Mrs. Chas. F. Exum in this city. been days with his family for his future home. Rev. H. A. Bagby, who has OFMr. John Henderson, an old and visiting his parents in this city, left two-stor- y dwelframe Fon kent A highly respected citizen of this city, Thursday for his home in Louisville. Stoves, Grates & Mantels. at his home, corner High and Miss Bodie Combs, of Linneus, Mis ling of six rooms, located on High died ManCall and examine the Clinton streets, Sunday afternoon after souri, and Miss Klne Tracy, of Win- street, opposite the Governor's illness of several weeks, chester, are visiting Mrs. Geo. A. sion. Apply to Mrs. Margaret Griffin, a painful Lewis. 3t. next door. SOUTHERN QUEEN aged 80 years. He was born near Miss Rose Stewart left yesterday for county, and in early Monterey, in Owen MARR1UI). Louisville to visit her sister, .Mrs. Dr. Wrought Steel Range, life was a river man, running to New W. L. Rodman, and attend the Opera the Catholic Church In this city, on Wednesday, At Tho now Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, Orleans both on keel boats and steam- Festival. June 'Jth, 188G, by Itev. Father L. Youikc, Mr. Ku. the famous John Halv and Miss Mauuie II. Buckley. ers. After leaving the river he came Miss Marian Lindsay, who has been parents, near this At the residence of the to this city and established a dray line, attending school in Cincinnati the past city, on Wednesday. June bride's Itev. II. A. Bagby, 9th. by TE Henky Clark und Miss Nannie Stafford. with which he did the principal por- ten months, returned home Wednes- Mr. day morning. tion of hauling in the city for a numU1KD, And to many other useful articles too nu- U. S. Post-offlJudge W. merous to mention, ifll at the ber of years. He was a man of power- Inspector, L. Jett, yesterday from a In this city, on Monday afternoon, June 8th, 188C, returned Mr. John B. Newman, after a lingering illness with exposed himself a ful strength and LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. six weeks' trip through Louisiana on consumption, uged 18 years. great deal, which resulted in a pro- official business. tracted illness some ten or twelve years PUBLIC SALE Mrs. M. R Wayts and Master WilOf all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering, ago, which left him with a stiff limb lie left Tuesday for Georgetown to -- OFgas fitting and plumbing. compelled him to ride about in attend the commencement exercises of and Stock. Farming Implements, and Female Seminary. Give me a call, thfi nursuit of his business. He was a the Household and Kitchen Mr. Western Thomas returned Mon and had a honest man, d Furniture. day afternoon from Exeter, New host of friends in this community, Hampshire, where he has been attendSOLD MY FARM. I WILL OFFER AT HAVINO Sale, on the premises, situated near Jett where he had lived so long. His fu- ing school for the past ten months. ,C. . Station, In Franklin count), the following personul old ll, 1880: One neral took place Monday afternoon Mr. Richard Crittenden, of Gaines' property, on Saturday, June mare; One old old work mule: One mflchcows. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. horse; from his late residence. Landing, Arkansas, arrived in the city frey horse; One used bay nnd theThree nre a No 1 General Insurance Agent, cows horses Monday afternoon on a visit to his milkers. Thework well, Impllments consist of n farming REMOVED HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH The Democratic Primary Election parents, Col. John Allen Crittenden number of plows jjood as new, harrows, roller, furm Frankfort to the Saw and Planing Mills of Office on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. wagons, spring wagon, buggy, and- many other ar- Wakeneld und West, where he Is ore area to do any held last Saturduy in the Common and wile. ticles useful to a farmer. Lot of old corn nnd outs work Those who contemplate building, either in REPRESENTING und the Mr. Will. Ileffner, of this city, is In Termsbarn. Household day ofKitchen furniture. the city or country, nre requested to give him u call. Pleas District, composed of this counsale. Sale to com- Orders for Job Work will be received by telephone made known on Woodford, Fayette, Jessamine, now making his home in Louisville, mence at 10 o'clock u. m. ty, 15 Ltadiu No. 4P,nnd will receive prompt attention. aod Fortiga Conpuitii MILTON P. CRAIG. secured a situation in the June April Scott and Grant counties, resulted in having office y -- WITH OVIH- of Messrs. Gilbert-Malorprinting the nomination of H. M. Buford, of Co. J. B. LEWIS, IOO, ASSETS. R. C. STEELE. Lexington, over H. C. McLeod, of Hon. W. O. Bradley and wife, of POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM carried Fayette, Woodford. Buford TERM at Lancaster, attended the commenceAnchor Line Prepaid Ticket sold REAL ESTATE AGENT, Steamship. lowest rates. Agantfrom anyApr.l7-l- of point in Scott, Jessamine and Grant, and Mc- ment exercises at the Kentucky .MilGreat Brlttaln or Ireland. FBANKFORT, KENTUCKY, itary Institute, their son being one of FRANKFPT,XY Leod this county and Woodford. HIS SERVICES TO THE TRADE AS AN majority was 2,038. The Demo- the graduates. TO BUSINESS EITHER IN Job Work neatly exe OFFERS having twelve years experience, as W ILL ATTEND Franklin or adjacent counties. Mr. D. J. McCarty, of this city, bus Revenue Uuuger. In had business. District Committee met in cratic the outed at Jfcls office. MuyJSWui. Prompt uttentlou to orders. Telephone No. 11. Lexington Wednesday to count the been representing the Frankfort Typo The trade recognize our enterprise in securing such bargains as we are "WECnE - MASTIN BROS -- ,' tm 'tfjSm J?a im Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardwarej Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Sfc. McCormick M vs l Or-biso- n, Binders, V3 I m - s&iB I J. T. BUCKLEY -- . ' m V"B spring stock: r1 i, :! i jm m HI ce rfftfi'i . JOB WORK ..K ( kind-hearte- F, HUGHES, ar J m U - J flfl l'J-l- t. 17-S- intra Practical Gauger, Bu-ford- 's, y. 'JU 43 Y i . W V '4 S. K . 'i 'I v, ' ' ' . 1 ? . Vt . . X, ' j ,v x', -- P43 ti && i ff &!.' t j. t A4 . t V L Frankfort roundabout. FRANKFORT. JUNE 12, 1888. There will be n service of sonpr at the First Presbyterinn church Suhday Editor Roundabout: evening, June 20th, at 8 o'clock. If Mr. L. Weitzel will announce himself as a Republican candidate for Go to Joe Bohannnn's, on Lewis Magistrate In this, the Frankfort, magisterial district, will receive the street, for awnings and wire window hearty support of ho and door screens. . Many Voters. , The Bluo Wing excursion party leaves the city wharf at 10 o'clock Sunday morning for Tyrone and Oregon, round trip rates 60 and 35 cents. Rev. George Darsle delivered the If Chas. W Safiell will consent to Cornice Poles annual address at Harris Institute, at run as the Republican candidate for Window J. Heeney keeps good country ap- Constable In this, the Frankfort magMt. Sterling last week. pie vinegar. isterial district, he will besupported to m The Blue Wing will take an excurl The regular services will be held at a triumphant election. Excitement in Texas. sion party to Tyrorie and Oregon toA SPECIALTY. Many Voters. theSduthern Presbyterian Church to morrow morning, leaving the city Great excitement has been caused in morrow morning at 11 o'clock by the wharf 10 o'clock. Round trip rate FRANKFORT. KY. If J. B. Lewis will announce him- 50 and at cents. Good order will be the vicinity of Paris, Tex.,J.by the re- 227 MAIN STREET. pastor, Rev. R. E. Caldwell. 35 E. Corley, markable recovery of Mr. self as a Republican candidate for All who was so helpless he could not turn Maythe latest style furniture constantly In stock. Macistrate for the Frankfort district maintained. In bed, or raise his head; everybody A whisker dye must be convenient he will be endorsed by hundreds of to use easy to apply, impossible to rub Republicans and Independent Dem-ocia- ts Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. said he was dying of Consumption. L. F. Comptok. w. C. Macklin. off, elegant in appearance, and cheap In A trial bottle of Dr. King's New DisLet us see Buckingham's Dye for the by Youn Colons. the books. Stand Rogers. covery was sent him. Finding relief, price. C0J1PT0N & MACKLIN, he large bottle and box of Whiskers combines in Itself all these Bine Wing excurnists can leave city Dr.bought a New Life Pills; by the PKOPRIKTOnS King's merits. Try It. The following ladles will furnish the wharf at 10 o'clock Sunday morning time he had taken two boxes of Pills Rev. G. P. Bagby, pastor of the Woman's Exchange of the Methodist for Tyrone and Oregon, round trip and two bottles of the Discovery, he ELKH0R1T ROLLER MILLS, was wen and nau gained in nesn Mrs. J. L. Jones, rates 50 and 35 cents. Baptist Church, will preach at the 1st Church for HAVE THE FULL thirty-sipounds Trial bottles of this Tal-boPresbyterian Church Sabbath morn- Mrs. Waller George, Mrs. Gus Great The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsaparil-l- a at Jos. Discovery for Consumption free Mrs. Walter Franklin, Mis. J. J. ing at 11 o'clock. Preaching in the 2 LeCompte. permanent. If and are Qilih, Mrs. E. S. Theobald, Mrs. E. there is thorough taint of scrofula about evening by the pastor. AND MANUFACTURE a lurking H. Taylor,-- Mrs. Geo. Gillam, Misses you, Ayer's Sarsaparilla will dislodge Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. Rev. George Darsle will leave Mon- Sadie Tanner, Mattle Jones, Emma it and expel it from your system. The Best Salve in the world for Six of the best grades of the best Ilour made in the world. ex- Kavanaugh, Louise Wiard The place day to attend the commencement Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Rheum, Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Capercises at Bethany College, West Vir- of sale will be Mr. Patrick Russell's The best machine oil kept by all Jan.2 Hands, Chilblains, Mastin Bros. Skin Eruptions, and Corns, andcures itol Square ginia, and will go thence to Western News Depot on St. Clair street, near positively Pennsylvania, to visit relatives. He the Branch Bank, instead of at the Call at Buckley's and see the Moni- - Piles, or no pay required. It is guarSinger Sewing Machine Co.'s office, as tor coal oil stove. will be absent two weeks. anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per heretofore. Hour? of sale are from 11 --BY GOING TO SEE- The ladies of the Baptist Church will o'clock, a. m , to 6 o'clock, p. m., Before purchasing sugar call on J. box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. im- every Saturday. give a supper for the benefit of the Heeney, South Side, and get prices. CANDIDATES. provement fund of their Church in . about two weeks, as the repairs upon You can buy an English china wash-stan- d FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. Forks of Blkhora. set, 10 pieces, from $3.50 up, at We are authorized to announce JUDGE GEORGE the Church building will then be far C. DRANK, of Franklin county, as a candidate for enough advanced to enable them to Born. To the wife of Thomas He: -- Buckley's. Judge of the Common Pleas Court. In the Disa son, June 8. dricks, trict, composed of the counties of Franklin. Xv use it for the purpose Grant. Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford. PriChampion machine repairs at i Mr Henry Guinn has been on the Mastin Bros. mary election Saturday, June 6th. At the sale of Col. S I. M. Major' sick list for a short while. FOR.TAILEr" personalty on Thursday, prices for Miss Fannie Graves, of Versailles, Straw hats of all varieties cheap at We are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL household goods were exceedingly low. is nere visiting .Mrs. ijoya ieatnerston. C. us n Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin R. Gresham's, South Side. county. His library, which is.one of the finest Mr. G S , of Stedmanvllle, has Wc are authorized to announce S. N. DAVID 1n the west, and cost him $25,000, was a new route now on Sunday afternoon. Preserving sugars at lowest figures SON as an Independent Candidate furjailer of purchased by Mr. A J. Alexander, of The recent rains have done consider- at J. Heeney's Franklin county, against the field, subject to the will of the people at the August election, 1886. "Spring Station, Woodford county, for able damage to small grain. FOR CITY MARSHAL. $8,O0Q. Mr. W. M. Wilkerson and wife, of Buckley has a full line of glass jars MORRIS as are down visiting tneir daugh- cheaper than any other house in the We are authorized to announce W. S.August elecscott, a candidate for City Marshal at the is nothing like a primary elec- ter, Mrs. Loyd Featherston. city. There tion, 1886. tion to bring out the vote, as is shown Misses Effle and Lida Stedman, Bet-ti- e Cleveland has his Bride but Dick Jones and Kuttie Cannon spent last by the primaries held In this and other ill Ferguson has beyond a doubt the best counties in this State recently. At the Monday with Mrs. Sarah Featherston. five cent Havanna cigars in the city. Misses Jennie Featherston, Jennie Go and try them. THAT primary held in Montgomery cpunty THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED adminis- I bought from Mrs. Addle Garrett, Macklin and Jennie Goddard returned some two weeks since, out of a Demo- homo yesterday from Georgetown Coltratrix of E. whltesldes, deceased, his entlro Interest Jno. T. Buckley is agent for the Fa- In the cratic voting population of about 1,400 lege. vorite gasoline stove, the best in the over 2,700 votes were cast; in this Furniture and Undertaking Mr. S. two market. county, with a Democratic vote of year old Black sold last week a PepPretender filly, Lena V. about 1,'900, 2,764 votes were polled on per, to Mr. S. M. Neal, of Shelby ville, The verdict of everybody: "Howard Bro's. soda water and ginger ale are Jan, Mm. the 4th of April, and in Fayette coun- for $600. the finest drinks in town." And have sold Interest In my business to ty last Saturday, with a Democratic Mrs. Sarah Featherston and son, vote of about 2,500, 3,729 votes were Mr. M. F. Featherston, attended the Buckley has a nice assortment in DR. S. COLLINS, cast. Nothing amuses the boys so commencement last Thursday and re- English majolica ware at city prices. turned home Friday. m as a primary. A circus isn't a much And hereafter the style of the firm will be Madame Rumor is always saying Farmers having real good butcher circumstance. something. This time it is a very stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, She Grave The closing concert of Prof. Way-lan- d ding thing.vicinity speaks of a wed- will receive the highest market prices STATEN & DEHONEY, "VFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' of Stedmanville. by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main in the W Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Graham's music scholars took Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.W-t- f fl4-t- f. street And the business will be continued at the old stand Many thanks to Messrs. J. W. Jones, place at the Opera House Tuesday of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair street Wilkerson May JAS. T. STATEN. evening, and was a decided success, a Tomsubscribing toand South Trimble Sanger! A neglected cold cough for the Roundabout. mad to l'neuinnula,'nnaumptlnn oror other may fatal & ALLEN, large audience being in attendance. Nothing like a good thing always on disease. Stronar'a Pectoral Pitln v.il euro a ! cold u by magic. Best thing for dyspepslH.lu The music was exceedingly fine, espe-- i hand. i.u: DEALERS IN- digestion, sick headache tut thousands testify. uuuy uic singing ui wie r rim k ion Mr. Wash Allen, wife and daughter, GR0CERIES; GLASS AND CHINA-WAR, Maenerchor. The pupils all acquitted Miss Maggie, of Shelby county, came We have opened our ice cream parup last Saturday to visit friends and lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest FIELD SEEDS, &c. Hhemselves well and reflected great credit upon their instructor. Gold relatives. 'They will probably return place in town Anu our cream ana 236 BROADWAY STREET. sherbet is the best you can find any medals wtre presented by Prof. Gra- -' place. You will find it to your advant- Located on Holmes street near Mr. John The poor fellow spoken FAMIham, after the close of the perform- last issue with his immense of in our age to visit, us before going.elsewhere. Apply to H AVINOJUSTat OPENED A place, where we willlly grocery the above stock of Keep constantly on mum u iuii siock ot goods !n our ance, to Miss Mattie Freeman, Wood writing material says he has ordered Howard Bros. E. IIENSLEY. line, we respectfully solicit a liberal snare of the MayS-lm-. ford county, of the senior class, and his wedding suit. Nothing like plenty public patronage. Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier, this of material. Call at Buckley's and see the latest Rodgers & Allen. city, of the junior class, for having Mar. It is honed that every officer and in china toilet sets.. made;the greatest progress during the teacher will be present at the Teacher's OFFICE Cure for Piles. Meeting of the Fork's Mission Sunday-schoThejf were 'handdornely ; next Thursday evening, June I. F. Piles are frequently preceded by a by Mr. Philip 'Selberti the St. 17, at Sister Sarah Featherston's. 426 HIGH STREET, sense of weight in the back, loins and "'street jeweler,' and w'ere' very Clair LODOE. NO. 6, MEETS EVERY y NEARTHE PRISON. The following program has been ar- lower part of the abdomen, causing beautiful. night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. ranged for the Teacher's Miasion Meet- the patient to suppose has sone ehec-tlo- n OEO. W. REOCK, N. G. , P" the kidneys or neighboring orat Sister 9. J. R. Williams, Sec. 'lMr. 'John Pi Sharks; otvthe great ing to be heldThursday Surah Feather- 8 gans.ofAt times, symptoms of indiges- Telephone No. 8 April f . evening, at ston's next tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Office hours from 11 a. m. till 1 o'clock p. m. in WHitAHaU Clothing 'Housey Im this o'clock: Opening exercises Singing, read- of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like the day, and from 8 till 10 o'clock at night. city, is in New York attending the BOARDERS WANTED perspiration, producing a very disalargest underwriters sale of clothing ing and prayer. Reading of minutes greeable itching, after getting warm, of lost meeting. Address Teachers' YARD! ever held in the United States, and yes- Meeting by T. T. Cannon, assistant is a common attendant. Blind, Bleed- NEW COAL BOARDING AT MRS, MAN'S terday morning Mr. 1). C. Crutchor Superintendent. Essay the lessons of ing and Itching Piles yield at once to L ooaraing house. No. 422 North St. iur w. application of Dr. Bosanko's HAVING RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN Board by the day or week. All deslrlmr nrsiWs received the following telegram from the present quarter by Miss Bettle the Itemedy, which acts directly upon Frankfort, we are prepared at all times to board! i uuu ii to ineir interest to call Jones. Address Teaching by J. H.v Pile MRS. FREEMAN Jf N.ESB1TT, him: parts effected, absorbing the Tu- furnish the Burdin, Superintendent. Reading, il- the allaying New YofckJune 10, 1880. lustrations, a select reading by Miss mors, , . . the intense itching, and BEST GRADES OF COAL! .2). C. Grutchcr, Franltfort. Kyi Price 60 effecting a permanent Kattie Cannon. Closing exercises, un- cents. Address, The cure. Bosanko AT Tint Bought six thousand Dr: Sale finished business, new business, &c. Great bargains. continues Medicine Co.. Piqua, O. Sold by LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Jno. P. Starks. Hughes & Chiles. AND CEILING Anttoch. OfUce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and So in the next ten days the enterK. Williams' office and We aro having good tobacco seasons, If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach Branchof Second scales at II. streets, South grocery, prising Arm of Messrs. Crutcher & and Bridge corner Frankdisorder, torpid liver, pair In back or sld,on-ntlpatlobut not so good for clover hay. All orders will receive prompt attention. fort. me , neglect may be tnUL Oae dose Starks will receive $15,000 worth of Decl2-ta 6. & J. H. TOLD. 7111a will five relief, Strom' Sanatlv Master James Glore has gone to M few doses restore to new health and vigor. clothing which cost them only 25 cents ALSOWinchester to remain a few months. on the dollar, and will bo enabled to Try Howard Bro's. soda water and There will be preaching at Antioch offer our citizens the greatest-- , bargains STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND week (SdSunday)at 11 a. m. ginger ale. 3WO House la good reulr, four rooms and two in clothing ever brought to this city, Lot fifty feet tmmt and one hundred and NEATLY EXECUTED BY Mrs. Martha Walston will rebuild ninety-twand it will pay anyono needing clothWo use nothing but pure fruit syrups Murray andfeet daep. Mt ted east of the corner ot SecawrfuiHet.3. South (Frankfort. her store house at once. The new one ApBlyto ing to wait a week and then go and will be much larger and better than in our soda water, and you will find it Mrs. W. O. MANDLKHIt, Muy22-lra- . examine their immense stock. Bros, No. 833 Broadway. Mar. 13m. the one burned down a few weeks ago. the best in town. i Howard At the school election last Saturday Wm. Coble was elected trustee, receiving the unanimous vote polled It was also decided by those present to move the school-hous- e and put It on the lot of Mr. James Russell, between the twu pikes Rev. W. Hampton will hold divine services at St. John's Chapel on the 3d Sunday, at 3 p m., and will organat that time. We ize a Sunday-schohope that all who have the good of the community at heart will be present and encourage Bro. Hampton in this matter. Build up your Sunday-school- s. Mr. ol Louisville steam bread and rolls at 8t. Kleber's. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack store, No 223 Main street, oppof!4-t- f site Dr. Duvall's residence. Sal-yer- R, ROGERS', -- dealer ::r- - H' Don't forget to call on J. Heeney and get prices on sugars that will astonish you. N id UME Fon Rent House of three room? in Belle Point. Apply on premises to Miss Laura Bailey. 2t. i COFFXXTS, &C. taj 'SB ' m to-da- y: x tt, Roller System, 1886-l- i r. MONEY SAVED :yr. m Kay-ett- e. -- '111 i NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf r.ifcl!ffijft3nL BERBERICHJ J. S. m W. DEHONEY DE2STTIST, 'm i.-$Ri 8-- tf :. FOR SALE Six T3eaiatiful R0DGERS -- E, to-da- y. BUILDING LOTS, Cram-baugh'- s. FIRST-CLAS- S DR. GOBER, and 13-3- en-grav- ol (U). MON-da- " : 10-t- TJIRST-CLAS- S to-da- y. WALL PAPER n, L FOE o Decorations -- S-A-JLi- EJ- Stencil Work,. E. L. BANTA. VI -- -- ay i . t . a.'. . mmmmmmamwHmmmmmjffimfmmmmmmwmmmmm ,, .- - MmL.lMl.-m.v...LrM...,- Mi-WnW,r- -.rT m i gm Ty r . .1 ,H'wo S8 ra fc rv FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, AN OPIUM EATER'S STORY. Proper Treatment for Coughs. under- 5& ;. s Bald Knob ciation meets here tndny The teachers will dine this noon at Central Park in the open air All foreign guests will sup at the 'first table" after which the loose stragglers may gobble up the stray scraps. will The Gtrnnd Union Sunday-schoc)oso its doors for the present, evening, for reasons whicli will be ol crawling Over Red Hot Bars of That tho reader may fully iron in His Fearful Frenzy A stand what constitutes a good Asso- $. The Frnnklln county Teacher's ' 7fl explained hereafter. Mr. Newt. Harrod tenders tho teachers the free use of his famous Central Park. M r. Harrod is a generous young gentleman and prince. Thanks to your learned reportoriae at Pea Ridge for his brilliant compliments tendered the rccenffestal magnificence" at Bald Knob. increases The Union Sunday-schoits weekly mammoth meetings by vast numbers. Prof. Tracy will deliver his at three farewell address on o'clock. Mrs. Susan Lee has taught the birds of the air to come down from their aerie and perch on her hands She is truly a naturalist. Where is there a widow equal to her? is beA splendid new school-hous- e ing erected on the ruins of the old building on Stoney Creek. The modern plan of the new building indicates the splendid talent of its patrons. Mr. Walker Duncan and Mr. Gordon, of Lebanon, Mrs. Warfleld and daughter, Alice, of Sandriftte, all celebrated vocalists,were among the distinguished arrivals at the Grand Union. Mr. George Hoover, chairman of board of trustees, has been splitting stove Wood for four days, which indicates the Welcome reception he will ofMr. Hoover is fer the teachers a popular patron of education. Messrs. Noel Lee and Perry Duncan returned on last Sunday from a pleasant buggy trip to friends at Bellview. Pleasureville, Bethlehem and Sweet Home. They report all cereals in a vigorous condition. ol to-da- y. Cincinnati ilimes-Sla"Opium or death." This brief sentence was fairly hissed into the ear of a prominent druggist on Vine street by a person who, a few years ago well off, is today a hopeleus wreck I One can scarcely realize the sufferings or an opium victim. DeQliiiicy lias vividly portrayed it. But Who can fitly describe the Joy of the rescued victim? H. C. Wilson, of Loveland. O., formerly With March, rinrwood, Co., manufacturing chemists of St. Louis, n and of the firm of H. C. Wilson & Co., chemi-its- , formerly of tins city, gave our reporter yesterday a bit of thrilling personal experience in this line. . "I have crawled over red hot bars of iron and coals of fire," he said, "in my agony during an opium frenzy. The very thought of my sufferings freezes my blood and chills my bones. I Was then eating over 30 grains of. opium r. well-knoW- Scientific Investigation and It's and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the basis of the Results. best remedies yet discovered. These Cough ingredients With several others equally as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Synth, thus making it one of the most reliable now on the market. Price 50 cents and 1.00 Samples free. Sold by 2 Hughes & Chiles. COSTIVENESS hll'cctN CANBK CURED WITHOUT THI USE OF OPIUM Oft MORPHItiEt The Medical Brief, published at fit Louis, says' lfeunlafa ntiinrit mvmMrwv M. Used -- !'-"?; In the June, 18S4, issuo : "Many have become rtm tnunamt, wnion Hod reflated 1 treatment, " " "" victims to tho use of opium or morphine, from ft"?."" months since and the patient baa an tho use of those drugs for tho relief of Neural Joy part act freedom from ber complaint " gla. It Is gratifying to observo that such danHaW gerous consequences may bo averted by tho Torurallna a air trial In Neuralgia. uso of ToNOiLiNK, which Is almost a specific la tho acute former Neuralgia." 4?P'd', tfomrsllno the best preparation tot Neuralgia erer OWCvoXw'SPHYSlCIANS 4"1 I bare O. V. tried." M. D.. PineriJla. Ma DCT1L. ALL DRUGGISTS. riUOE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. wiwwiJirBote Proprietor, 70D aod A.A. MELLIER, 111 WAMUINUtON AVENUE. ST. LOUI8, ' umm&& f Kl-- en s hlinllativd organs, liidudinj,' tho Kidneys. When these organs lire bo nfl'eeted, they full to ox t lite t from tho blood tho Uric nciil, which, curried through! ho circulation, causes Rheumatism nnd Neu- seriously nil tlic iligcothc ntul Capital City Machine Works, J. B. Meek, Proprietor. AGENT FOR- J, P. Manny Mower, Independent Rt&per, Geiser Manufacturing Com pany s Peerless Threshers and Sawmill, Kahmazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and cultivator, 'Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and toiler Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them . in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Frank fort, Ky. j". . ralgia. nfl'eeted by costlveness, Tho functions of the Liver arc also Bilious Disorders. Among tho Warning symptoms of Rillous ness urc Nuuscii, Dizziness, IleiiditcliCj Weakness, Fever. Dimness of Vision, Yellowness of Skin, Pains in the Bide. Hack and Shoulders, Foul Jloutli. Furred Tongue, Irregularity In the iictloh of thd JJoweR Vomiting, etc. Tho Stomach suffers When llie bowels nrc constipated, and indigestion or stop, however, daily." "How did you contract the habit?" "Excessive businj-- s cares broke me down and my doctor prescribed opium! That is the way nine-tentof the cases commence. When I determined to hs ;:1 $ Dyspepsia, Taliis1, follows. Fetid Breath, Ghstl-lHeadache, Acidity of the Stomach, Depression, tiroull evidences of the presence of IhN distress-Hi- g Inalndy. A Suro Relief for Irregularities of the Stomach and all consequent diseases, will bo found In the use of c On Tlte Wins: Mr. Editor: m s? if . Sorry to hear of our Uncle Zeke's illness, he being poisoned with the contents of the candidates' jugs. It produced a contraction of the spinal cord, ami infested him with the double-breaste- d black agonies, but since the of a policy the spinal cord has een expanded and our uncle is out again. Whilst tnenair ot the dog is jpol for the bite, Mr. Ballew will please ship him 3 dozen jugs to contain gas to be kept for winter use. Most farmers are through setting to bacco. There will be an abundance of the weed this season. " Falmoutn.. 9 40 a m 9 24 p ni 3 3JI"n We are inclined to believe that Mr. inate. jo 45 a " Cynthiana. 13 4 Willie Lund, of this vicinity has his "For the last seven years this posi- Arr Paris . . . , 11 3j a m to 40 p m 5 385 p m m 10 p P m 12 10 p m n 17 p m 6 10 p m right name, as he recently informed n tion has been taken by the proprietors " Lexington. young lady that he owned land nnd of that remedy and finally it is becom Lve Pans . . . . 11 30 a m 10 45 p m 5 22 p m 12 20 p m 11 20 p m 6 03 p in money. ing an acknowledged scientific truth Arr Winchester. 1 50 p m 7 15 p m among the medical profession; many " Richmond. " Lancaster.. 5 07 p m Mr. Thos. Watkins possesses great of them however, do 6 00 p m " Stanford... not openly accapacity for courting. He savs knowledge it, 2 00 p m Lve Richmond yet, knowing they Arr Derea . . . .. has been talking to the girls for six iiuvu nu umer and he 310pm tneir code 5 45pm years and has talked to fifty odd nnd allowing them speunc, it, they buynot " Livingston, to use it not one has said yes yet. Don't get upon the quiet and prescribe it in their discouraged, Tom; things change every own bottles. No. No. No. seven years Only one year longer and f Ad T ciisl ltntViMi r 4V. i you will win your doosie. morphine habits can never be cured We understand Mr. J. A Bell, of until the appetite for them is routed Lve Livingston 8 00 a m Hatton, Ky., will travel in the inter- out of the kidneys and liver. I have ' Berea. . . 10 25 a m tried everything, experimented with Arr Kichmnnd. 11 45 a m est of a Life Insurance Company. May 710am his works be crowned with much suc- everything, nnd ns the result of mv Lve Kowlaiij , 8 11 a m " Lancaster cess, for he is a deserving man and a studies and investigation I can say Richmond. 11 00 a m Arr clever gentleman. Mr. W L.Lee will A'Hownothingcan accomplish this result Lve Richmond . 6 05 a m t 10 p m but Warner's safe cure." occupy his present place of business Arr Winchester. 7 00 a m 2 10 p m Paris . . . "Have others tried your treat800am e official and both as agent, Lve Lexington. 7 25 a m 2 45 p m a 15 p m merchant. May he win the regard of ment?" 8 20 a rn 3 jo p m 3 40 p m " Paris. . . " Yes, all who patronize him, as lie is a wor- followed sir, many; and all who have " Cynthiana 8 55 a m 3 39 p m 417pm ' it have fully recovered. SevFalmouth . 10 00 a m 4 47 P m 518pm thy gentleman eral of them who did not first treat Arr Covington. 30 a m 6 00 p m 6 45 Pn Guess. their kidneys and liver for six or eight weeks, as I advised them, completely MAYSVILLE BRANCH. Resolutions of Respect. failed. This form of treatment is No. si, No. 53, insisted upon for all patients, To the Noble. Grand, Officers and MemDally, bers of Capital Lodge, ATo G, I. O. whether treated by mall or at the Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. Lowland Opium Institute, and suppleO. F.: Lve. Covington . 9.00 p m On the 2d of June Capital Lodge was mented by our special private treat- Lve. Lexington . 7.25 a 4.25 pm ment, it always cures." again called on to mourn the death of . . 8 15 Lve. Pari. 5.20 p m Mr. Wilson stands very high whore-eve- r Arr Millersburg 8.40 a S4jpm another member who had to succumb 6.c8 p m Arr. 0.01 a known. His experience is only Arr. Carlisle. .. .. to the inevitable dart of death. After a 6.56 p in 948 Johnson a long and painful struggle with a fa- another proof of the wonderful and Arr. Maysville, , 7 4opm 1030 a conceded iower of Warner's safe cure tal disease, Bro. Thos. J. Chapman No. 52, No. 54 gave up his life; and whereas, it is right over all diseases of the kidneys, liver, Daiiy. Daily, and blood and the diseases caused by Ex. Sun Ex Sun. and proper that his sorrowing brothers should give expression to their sorrow derangements of those organs. We Lve. Maysville . a m i2.jspm a may say that it is very flattering to Lve. Johnson ri.37 a m 1.39pm at his death; thereforo be it a in 2 28 p m the proprietors of Warner's safe cure Lve. Carlisle, , . 7.2 Jiesolved, That in the death of Bro. Lve. Millersburg 7 4'" a m 2.50P m Thos. J. Chapman Capital Lodge has that it has received tho highest medi- Arr, Paris. . . . 8 10 a m 1 15pm cal endorsement, and, after persistent Arr. Lexington. . 9.05 a m 6.iop m lost n true and devoted member, one Arr. Covington , 11.30 .1 m Coop m who ever had its interest and prosper- study, it is admitted by scientists that there is nothing in materia medica for ity at heart: always true and faithful the restoration of these great organs NOTF,. Train and 4 ar dallv between Win. to the principles the order teaches. Mesolved, The community in which that equals it in power. We take Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains are pleasure in publishing tho above state- dallv except Sunday. Is the lived has lost a good and entcrpris-in'g'citizeDirect connection mtde Winchester with ments coming from so reliable u source Chesipealce and Ohio for Mt.atSterling, Ashland, as Mr. Wilson and confirming by per- llmitinetin, inarieston, vv. v 1,, and Kasrern Cities. Resolved, That the above preamble Fast Line Kos. 7 and a run via Winchester. and resolutions be recorded on the sonal experience what we have time .SolM T.ra'hs, with Pa!m-- Sleeping Cars, betweep mid again publishedWn our columns. Cincinnati onn Kienmond, va,,and Winchester and iriinute&of our Lodge and the same be Wrtshlngton, D. C. We also extend to the in the Thronch Ticket and Ita?acre ?ublished Clipper,city papers and in tho hearty congratulations proprietors our destination reached by a railroad. Checked to anv on the result and a copy sent to . wrought. the family of our deceased brother. For full p.irtic liars address or call on any acent 111 , , "You may be surprised to know," he .. two-fiftof the slaves of JuneVt morphine and opium are physicians. Many of these I met. We studied our cases carefully. We found out what ! W1L CROMWELL AYER'S PILLS. Blue the organs were in which the appetite They stimulate the stomach, free tho was developed and sustained; that no bowels, healthfully invigorate l?1 SPEI1TG, 1B8S. victim Was free from a demoralized liver nnd kidneys, and by their the torpid Attorney-at-Law- , cleansing, healing and tonic properties, strengthen condition of those organs; that the hope and purify tho whole system, and restore AND of a cure depended enlirelt upon the detftl '! it to a salutary and normal condition. gree of vigor which could be imparted to rREFAIlED BY menu x nave seen patients, while unOUR USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Trees, Urupo Vines, email Fruits und dergoing treatment, coinnelied to re PRACTICE IN THE COURT8 OF everything usually found In u Nursery EstablishSold by all Druggists. sort to opium again to deaden the horFranklin and the adjoining counties, and ment. Catalogues on implication to will also give special attention to the purchase rible pain in thosa organs. I marvel H. F. HILLENMEYER, and tale of real estate, collection of rents, Lexington Ky. Mar. how 1 ever escaped." claims, and the negotiation ol loans. Offloe "Do .vou mean to say, Mr. Wilson, opposite Court House. that you have conquered the habit?" Kentucky Central Railroad. NEW PLAINING MILL. June "Indeed I have." BLUEGRASlSROUTEM "Do you object to telling me how?" "No. sir. Studying the matter with Coal Shortest and Quickest route from several opium eating physicians, we became satisfied that the appetite for Havingrecently added tohit Establishment KINDS SCREENED opium was located in the kidneys and ALL family use. DOUI5LE Delivery, Fuli CENTRAL KENTUCKY Prompt liver. Our next object was to find a First-ClnFinning Mill. Weight, Bottom Prices. TO ALL POINTS specific for restoring these organs to health. The physicians, mucli against Is now prepared to furnish all klndeof Telephone connection No. 36. their code, addressed their attention to NORTH. EAST; WEST. M SOUTHWEST a certain remedy, and became thorSash, Soors, Blinds, Framos, Molding GEO. B. oughly convinced, on its scientific FAST LINE BETWEEN merits alone, that it was the onlv one PR AWTtrnTDf rr-Dec.8-- f ALSO that could be relied upon in every case LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. of disordered kidneys and liver. I Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnln thereupon began using it, and supple Housekeepers, Attention! WtHKJ SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 16TH. i336. menting it with my own special treatAll. Gotten out In the Best Style. ment, finally got fully over the habit. rv May I5tf. I may say that the most important & part of the treatment is to get those orKEEP CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, COX'S.' V No 6, NO 12, South 1'pund. gans first into good working condition, Cooper's and Nelson's Ex. Sun, Daily. Ex. Sun, for in them the habit originates and is sustained, and in them over ninety per cent, of ail other human ailments orig- Lve Covington.. 8 jo a m 8 10 p m 3 00 p m said, "that hs it I foun I could not do 4 a a a :s. imiibieik:. GrassNurseries TREES 13-3- C TREES! Real Estate Agont, 25-ly. ft J.M.WAKEFIELD Choice ss Cheap. MAOBLXll' v """wxw.iv.. m ES. DR. W. I. KELLET, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL DE AT THE Which are quninteed the best, Extract of Lemon My & Vanilla, '& ' vj, onn make. Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best I can buy, und attention Is e.sj,etlully called to my CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT. KY.. GROUND BLACK PEPPER, " Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, ut S2.00 per Gallon. Don't fa:l lo give me u trade. North-Boun- . SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. All crises of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoi! riystem without using tuk knife or lioatuhe und without uny puln. JOSEPH - LeCDlYIFTE ! THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. ' ' . i , , , Lot For Sale, for sale. April - Post-offic- FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. i A , . , BUILDING LOT FnONTINO Rn FEET ON Broadway and running buck 125 feet. Is offereu Apply to R. M. ALDRIDGF. 10-2- FISSUBES Cured without cutting or tearing. HEGTAL ULCER AND flEGTAL CATARRH , 1 1 ANSY PI mm tlwsn Are perfectly MM remlariy by 10wo Amen usea y so-as- ul-wji- ys North-Boun- most of the chronic diseases, Diseased conditions that produce consumption and Women. UTERUS, Dlseuses of the womb that ore caused by bowel, also treated. money, on werrtfcle iMtniMi . Bold ty aUDnuril mU IsssmIt aasUled to any address. Send4eenUthrpaJrQc hmh, m um rtmuiM. son't a diseased wows iracmo co., rumm., mmSmtlMn vuMuii Q. PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Cun also be cured If not too late, ns the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In thn lower boweL REFERENCES. W. J. HCmiES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERUU, M. South-Boun- 1WUKHSBS tOt ASD oAipf. ..... A Life Experience. Bemarkable and Quick cures. Trial Package. Send ft-C- muxmm ma. 80N, Frankfort; J. WlTllROyr, Frankfort. tamp for sealed particulars. Address Or. WARD Louisiana, Mo. uny one by addressing Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to x W,I. KELLEY,M.D., 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, Dec26-ly- . n. CONSULTATION FREE. The Mirror is no'flatterei". Would you. make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the looking-glass. -J- Frankfort, Ky., June 9, W, S. Dehonky, A. Nelson, A. Ciiilson. C. 1880. Lovers of first-claIce cream and sherbet will find what they want at Howard Bro's. ss of thecnupiny or D. A. FEELEV, S. F. B. MORSE, Trav. Pass'r Agt.. Gen. Pass'r Agt Lxlngton. Ky. Covington, Ky Reci-iver- , H. E.HUNTINGTON, General Offices, Covington, Ky. 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