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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886061901 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. ; V'f -- tf ' ftp1 ' &? i- - S8f GEORGE A Tl.'.e Fra nkfort Roundabout. LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR kit- Iff'' Volufe - IX. A nent FRANKFORT, frame cottage KY., JUNE 19, 1886. Number A Q. I mk Lost Between this office and the Tite Bald Knob Meeting. Conway Baptist Church, a small watch chain of four rooms, located on It was our pleasure to be present at about 4 inches long, with u sin ill gold streot. Apply at this nfflw will the meeting held on the 12th lust., and Imiurle. on tho end. The Hud w please return to this ofllco and be re- mus say that it was one of the best it Tho programme for tho service of warded. has been our good fortune to attend. There was a largo crowd In attendance, song at the First Presbyterian church The ladies of the Baptist Church will and, although It wa- - uncomlortablv cveuhff will be unusually athave n Clipper at their Clinch building, warm, they gave their undivided two flue. All arc invited tention to the exercises of the o on Tuesday night next, beginning at Th" mooting was called to Mr. Dan. Glanton, linvin? received 7 o'clock The ladles of this Church order by the President, and a"ter c ' on nsignmcnt as U. S. Storekeeper, are noted for their liberalitv and skill by the choir a prayer was offered has sold out hi-- interest in the livery in preparing such feasts. All whowil by Dr. Wilson. Col. .Inn. L Scott being absent () and teaming business to Mr. J. M. patronize them may expect nil satis lcount of sickness, Mr. T. E. Utter-bacWatts. faction at the bet rated. The proceed was introduced, who in a von able and concise address stated the o' will be devoted to the repair fund. whospant last winMiss Leila Remember the place it will be in ect and working of the Association vlaitinpr her cousin, ter in this eltyt The exercises Mien proceeded accordThursday, the Church Come one unci all. ing to the programme. Miss Sue IJ'.nh, was At 12 in. the audience adjourned t Ilnwesville, to Hon. nt her home in ! For conslitutional or scrofulous school-liou- " Ai consumption induced by the grove adjoining the Representative from and fo' W. T. Tevin, v where a sumptuous dinner had the scrofulous taint, Acer's Sarsana-rill- a by the good of .4' aiiidlscn county. U the true remedv. It has cured neighborhood. Wi do people itend tin iiot i numberless euw. It stops catarrh into ecstucies and me an amy o neat frame cottage, discharges, and removes the sickening FoRS.viir.--- A adjectives to descri e that dinner Jtl'Jor street, lot 23 by 03 odor Indications of scrofula. located on Shelby t w' ill tint w Siur'ce it to say 1 feet, with water in tne yum, mm un could wish, and the citizen5 of that An Koucrablc Record. section pertain ly deserve and no doubt Apply to srtle. Will take $(i0) cash Miss Irene Went, the First Honor have the thanks of all the visitors for pupil in the graduating class in Ilarr'-'- n their generous ho ipltality on that ocJioses Jiutcner. School No. 2, has been a ounil casion. " : . . . . 77 ... near V TU" We hope the Associatio will hoi ' there five consecutive years, and duInn of mv. .lo'in .uascm, ot'ier meetings throughout the county roll of has been on Grassy S.riiur Church, Woodford ring that time month excenttne io, and a4 it will result in much good whereve o two honor every county, v'n dtr.yeil bv fir.' at Visitor. then failed onlv on account of absence they are held. n'riiv..i rPlmrliv monu:i.rr A new caused by sickness. Of ths forty-nin- e were first honors, fortv-sevel&V threshing machine and a lou of farming Louisville Tooacco Market. honors and only two second honors. ile-- tr ed. It W , implements wcr?. als . she has During her entire attendance PRO- 3 BY OTjQVKIl ft is upp.xsaa cj U3 nu wo. k oi an mwu never been "kept in," nor has s'io ever pnrETOH3 Louiitvir,' e tobacco warew diary, suffered reproof for midemean r Bahouse. ring the last two years she lias not Th party who too'i a twenty dollar failed to recite a single lesson, and was Tho sales on our ninrket for tho week of the amounted bill fro n the pocket of Mr Mat Fahy, irlven first honor every month of pub- jrsi clr.se:! 2.IJ70 hhiln. to 2,020 hhdp. with practice for tho 'at the Opera time. We ihink the the end of every recotnis of ha shown more xamo peiiod perf during the firmnca on Tho market lishing the honors at Roust- Tue.s lay evening, is known, and month has operated as n healthv stim- all gndes of B irloy tobacco, and a greater unless he ulant in her case, and doubtless it has number of hhds. hrvo been bid oil above he s hereby notlflel th-i10.0 than foe snmn time past. or had the same effect In ot tho port-offireturns it throiuh From the bet irformation wo can gathei Observer. prosecu a to the otherwise he will be we infer that about 80 per cent, of tho Bur The young lady above referred to ley crop hos been set. Sales on our mnrket iir' full extent of the law. i daughter of Col. E. C. Went, of this sinco Januaiy 1st, (54,100 hhds. Tho followquotations A Genuine Lock of Washing- city. The absence spoken of, whuh ing New Burley:fnirly represent our market for Mail. ton's prevented her being placed on the roll 3.fi0 $2.7f, to was occasioned by her at- Park Trnsh 3.50 to 4.f0 Colory Trash A description of this old time relic of honor, tending the death bed of her brother, Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to 5.00 has been published several tiuis, and 7.50 5.00 to In this city last fall. Colory Lugs manv have seen and heard of it, though Mr Ed. Went, jr., o Common Leaf, not colory... 5.50 to 8.00 8.50 to 13.00 Good Leaf it may sound unresaonable to many of Brace Up. 13.00 to 15.00 Fine Leaf of the Roundabout. the readers You are feeling depressed, your Select Wrappery Tobacco.. 15.00 to 18.00 Neverthelessit is all true, and may in- appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are fldgetty, nervou, terest munyofthem. uid generally out of sort , and want b an o'llcer on General Lane, brace up. Brace up. but not with stlm 1 - Revolutiou- during nlants, spring medicines or bitter-whic' ary War asked Gen. Washington for have for their basis verv cheap, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST lock of his hair, when Washington bad whisky and which stimulate you ti for an hour and then leave you in FOR said: "Iicllldoso, if you will not rev. worse condition than before. What & NEIIJ YORK. L it because I am a General but as you want is an alterative that wil. ere THE ONLY LINE a friend." On the death of General purify your blood, start healthy actior Kidneys, restore your viLane his son fell heir to the original of Li'veVandgive renewed health and Running Pullman New Sleeping Gars tality and This son became lock of hair. FORstrength. Such a medicine you will in a heavy law suit and em- find in Electric. Bitters, and only ",() rVTlJ&.X2Zr ployed the aid of his friend, Gov. Chas. cents a bottle at Jos. LeComptc's drug A. FR03I3 a prominent lawyer, store. S. Morehead, then Louisville, Ginciimnii& Liwiiiglon, mid told him if lie won the suit for him The meed of merit for promoting he would divide with him the lock of personal aesthetics is due to J C. Ayer TO hair. Gov. Morehead, by shrewd man- it Co., who-- e Hair Vigor is a universal agement, won the case and came into b lUillfler of the hair. Harmless, effecof the lock as tive, agreeable, It ranks among possesion of one-ha- lf Connecting In same depot with fast trains for articles of tho toilet. To his fee. The Governor becoming deaf scanty locks it gives luxuriance; and in one ear, told Miss E.uinn Barstow, withered hair it clothes with the hue now Mrs. It B. Jillson.thatif her rem- - of youth. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO edy cured him as It had her, he would LYNCHBUKU, W. C. T. U Notes. make. her a handsome present, that DANVILLE, The Woman's Christian Temperance but one other on earth could do. Her NORFOLK, remedy proved successful and Mrs. It. Union meets every Wednesday p in. at tlve o'clock, In the chap:1! of the Into possession of AND ALL B. Jilteon came Christian Church. Mo nbers earnestly of the original lock of General requested to attend, and visitors corGov, dially invited. George Washington's hair. Mrs. Jillson ncopy According to the British Medical Morehead promised For tickets anil further Information apply to jour plaintiff, Journal there was last year an enor- nearest of the letter written by the mous loss to the effective force of the which contained the full history of army and navy from Intemperance. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, cases of drunkenness the hair, hut by neglect she failed In the army Gon. Pass. Agt., General Manager, feu ' obtain it. The lock of hair is were tried by courts martial, besides to Richmond, Virginia. & over 4,0!)0 convictions for offenses now in Mrs. Jillson's possession, en- springing from excessive drinking. l closed in an old fashioned gent's English During the year 1",IK)1 soldiers, or 102 PUBLIC SALK great great to every thousand, were mulcted in pin, which belonged -0- Fgreat grandfather, and is known to be this way for drunkenness. Farming Implements, and Stock. old, brought to this over 150 Household anil Kitchen Wild Oherry and Tar. 1812. Gov. Morehead's country in Furniture. Everybody knows 'the virtues of daughter fell heir to tho other of the SOLD 31Y FARM. I WILL OFFER AT Wild Cherry and Tav as a relief and lock.- - She moved to Chicago some euro for any eifections of tho Throat HAVING Sale, on tlie premises, situated near Jett county, tho following personal presumyears since to reside, and it is and Lungs, combined with these in- fetation. In Franklin lit. 188d: One old property, on In gredients are a few simple healing work inula; Swuhday.Junk mare: Ono old old One ed that it was lost in the great lire horse; nillchcows. of Dr isrey horses One ai;edb,iy and theThree are a No 1 18.71, as nothing has been remedies in tho composition cows well, October horses work vw farming Impllmeiits of a Bosanko's Cough ana Lung Syrup These heard of it. Anyone desiring to see making It just tho article you should milkers. ot Tho good as new, harrows, consist farm roller, plows number arthe lock of hair and pin can do so by always have in the house for Coughs, wuKons, spring awagon, buw, ofand many other oats old corn and ticles useful to farmer. Lot Household and Kitchen furniture. Mr. It. B. Jillson's store, on Calds, Croup and Bronchitis Price In the bani. known on day of calling at sale. Sale to comTerms madeBroadway. It will bo shown them 5J cents and SI .00 Samples free. Sold mence at 10 o'clock u. in. Jt . 3 MILTON P. CRAIG. by .Hughes and Chiles. June (, with pleasure. Foil Rknt. t n c.-d- ns inn--si- R. K. McCLURE, era IITG S TOCK Would announce to his friends that his -- OF-- k Soots, Shoes, Hats, Books, Is now complete. Thankful for the Ac. fl t n B-is- ca-t"rr- li, bee-sprea- LIBERAL PATRONAGE Hcstowed upon us in the past sixteen yciirs, we would solicit a contin- tinuancc of the same, 1 .... ASSURING YOU THAT We will ahvavs do AS WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER -- THAN YOU- - n i FUB-HSIt- E DUnR-JTT- CAN DO im. Apr'l 17. ELSEWHERE. DELI6HTED ! We have - t With the elegant goods we have been selling this season. just received ce iers.-Ze.r-i- nyfon - New S pring and Summer A UNDERWEAR, Straw Hats, Linen Handkerchiefs and Neckwear. Best assortment in the city. ftM r Wash-Injston's'ptn- ff, . h m We have increased our force of tailors and are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. :m U c Hudson, READ! Humphries & Cassell. HEAD! . "' ed -- SOLID -- PRICES REDUCED! indis-pensib- WASHINGTON WEITZEL & CITY, m 0' DON NELL! RARE ARE- - le . 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-roo- WE HAVE SOME -- AND BARGAINS! one-quart- er GOING-- TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. tlcket-ofilc- 0 TarSITZE N. B. j 35 o'iDoisrisrEXjZL,, NEW BLOCK. r 223 ST. CLAIR STREET, WEITZEL'S 1,000 Remnants of all kind of goods at your own price. to-h- er yH V CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. r 'i No. 439 Main St., Over Crutclier & Storks' White Hall Clothing House Ji s - la-I- t. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people o,f Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. . V Jh 1 bi .i3attJ.JL'M,T,..'iM,ie. (mo Js.ja Ji.iJf.,.v.-j.,jiiii.,j..,:,..'-'.i- :. sy . . ;.. m, ,...a. jt'f:, ii. nwtu j, ..ajixtt miuti.wJ,,viiJ.r.e::.i'....i'.,.i.., ...'.. . utatiur. fmt uJlXvxU'k'VT j; ...:.. .'L: '... tb H L7aU,irrf ,'J.i V- 'l iuuMinMuiaiaBawiHiniu 1'. mwuii nimmBaenrarr t.s rJvnKvev7Ta ' ' V'it "T rflraTssu&8FTSK v ' ' "ft rTHir.v' w c " ' M W er je " mm w "" J. fUiWuWL-- i mawMK t'uLiaiummuujiiiiit jTBtftwwgi ,,osijli ' ' iimwh .up waawrta FKANKFOR'T Entered nt tlic pou-office as --.cond HOUNDilb'Ul T. t0 Iu' i)re?ont nnd i)artnke m' ,,,r tali y nwl good cheer on the nt t'.riinklnrt, Kentucky r.,t, 1,n,. , U( It 1SU. class mallablr matter. w JVJ ' rwmttimmmrwtarmgfmiiiJH tu!mmnmmmmemmamitm' $ v. . ! (jth ol "V- - v 23 W7W J "(! GEORGE A. LEWIS. Semitic vs .,,,. ssiea. 2?-."cli- e er. IS). Fn:i klin Church, at Dridgcport, row afternoon, at 8 o'eloeK. T! e following Indies of Hv. K.E Caldwell will i.roncli at to-ni- oi Jjes 1 DM 1 v '& V FRA.NKF011T. JUNE 1880. the Metho Tui'sXYPjfiACAin T3ie Centesusial. FROM THEtire Mikado troupe have tendered him Col. John Mason Brown will give a complimentary benefit at the Opera the statistical address, giving an out-lin- House on Friday evening next, June of the material facts of the centu- - ")lh, on which occasion the Mikado VS' ry, and Major Stinton will read 10l will again be presented. Let him have W stanzas of poetry, devoting 1 stanza to a rousing house; turn out everybody. each of the 100 years, thus drawing a TI:e MHzatio. picture of the entire century in voise. Hon. George V. Triplett, Editor of the The opera of Mikado was given at Capital, will also prepare a centennial the Opera House Tuesday evening, by ode, and Mrs. Jennie C. Morton will the youi'g ladies and gentlemen of the ft, ( deliver a centennial poem on the sub- city, uiu'er the direction of Prof. Way-lau- d li ject of the women of Frankfort during Gr. ham, and was an immense Srt the century. Col. Thos. B. Ford and success, eclipsing any amateur permany other gifted poets will also in- formance ever given here before, and voke the muses for in same strain. in fact the opera was much more The Governor and his cabinet and the charmingly rendered than by any of Mayor and Board of Council men and the four professional troupes who gave all the heads of State and city depart- it here ti.e past season. The piece was ments and all societies of benevolence splendidly put upon the stage, the hall and the ministers of all the churches was beautifully decorated with Hags, will be invited to take appropriate purt and the stage settings and costumes k Smith, of K in the ceremonies. The Governor hi were perfectly gorgeoiw. The audi- is Miss Fanny A. It. Stafford,Louisville, vibting Mrs. J. in Belle review his troops and Gens. D. AV. ence in attendance was one of the larg- Point. every Lindseyand John B. Castleman and est ever in the Oper.i Hou-jeCapt. their aids will have charge of the pro- seat being taken, and many who were College,Randolph Smith, from Howard Alabama, is visiting Mr. It. cession. Judge William Lindsay, for- unable to obtain seats were compelled M.Aldridge. DEALERS IN- merly Chief Justice of Kentucky, will to stand during the whole perform&. Master Carl Giltner, of Eminence, deliver an oration reviewing the courts ance, and every one expressed them- spent last .week with Miss Ethel Col1,1 and judicial thought of the century, selves as delighted with it. lins, near this city. while General Rodman and Judge G. The chorus was large and their muMr. Ernest George, of Meridan, MisAV. Craddock will be expected to give sic splendid, such as would have done sissippi, visited Mrs. J. B. Lewis in a resume of the Frankfort bar, includ- credit to any of the best professional this city this week. Mrs. James Long, of Jackson, Tening such lawyers as have practiced in troupes on the road Miss Lizzie Danessee, is visit' ng her sister, Mrs. F. C. Yum-YuMiss Rose Stewart the appellate courts here at any time vis as AGENTS FOR during the hundred yeais. In a word as Peep-Boand Miss Lottie Stanton Hughes, in this city. some suitable person will be requested as Pitti-Sinall sang and acted their Mr. John C. Cromwell returned FrJ" having dav from to gather up and give to the Centenni- parts remarkably well, especially the graduated Champaign, Illinois, in tha1 from the University al Association the statistics of every latter, while Miss Alma Scofield sus- city. REAPERS & MOWERS. trade, calling and industry so that the tained the character of Katisha in exMrs. John W. McEwan and children meeting will have before it something cellent style. Mr. Tom Brislan's returned Wednesday from a visit of These machines are unexcelled for like a true picture of Frankfort during Mr. Harry Graham's Mikado, several weeks to relatives in ljouis-villsimplicity, durability and lightness the last century. The Gilbert & Brad- and Mr. Walter .Franklin's Pish-Tus- h Tmmwvt vu "r ley Book Publishing Company, of Lou were all itr nf Hmft. A full linp of rpnairs in but Mr Mat. Fahy's Mrs. Florence D. Moore, who has Wittmvltfafr: isville, through John C. Herndon, its Poo-Ba- li and Mr. Frank Hutchison's been making her home in this city for .S58 stock. Call and examine our stock the past three months, left Monday for present the Asso- Ko-K- o Vice President, will were just immense, the latter Memphis, Tennes-.ee- . before buying elsewhere. ciation with an immense register in- gentleman sustaining his character in has been atWayts, Miss dex, sufficient to contain 30,00!) names, a way that would have made an old tendingMaudSeminary who Georgetown, at the besides nil other proceedings in alpha- professional turn green with envy. returned to this city Friday, where she betical order, tiie object of which is to Mr. Egbert Stephens as and will spend the vaction. have all the citizens of Frankfort and Mr. Paul Sawyieras Whe-Wh- a handled Mr. I). J..McCarty returned Tuesday Has just vecived his lnrgo all who attend the meeting register tho umbrella and fan in an artistic afternoon from Pittsburg, where he has their names and ages, together with manner. But then every one on the been attending the meeting of the International Printers' Union. the names of their fathers, mothers stage performed their parts extremeOFand children; also their residences and ly well, and competent judges proMr. F. H. Bagby, of the State Geologn in i t i ai ical Survey, left Saturday for ltussell-vill- o occupations, and when the centennial nounced the performance perfect. stoves, uraies & manie to resurvey the line oftheOwens-bor- o closes it is the purpose to turn over A new feature was introduced by & Ruasellville Railroad. &Ilffih' Call and examine the this register, with all the facts, litera- Prof. Graham in the second act, which Mjss Rebecca Averill gave a Raspture and science which this meeting added very materially to the piece. berry tea Tuesday afternoon in honor SOUTHERN QUEEN may produce to the city of Frankfort, Just before the entrance of Katisha, of Miss Ella Rodgers, of Louisville, to be kept for reference and use among ten little gills, dressed in Japanese who is visiting the Misses Johnston, Wrought Steel Eange, the archives of the city while time style, with fans and parasols, tiled out in tjiis city. The now Library Lamps, new Gns Fixtures, shall last. Such a book would in a on the stage and performed a beautiful Miss Maggie A. Lewis left Thursday the famous for Carrollton, having been summoned few years necessarily become the most dance. pe: important legal document in the State, As the opera afforded so much pleas- to the bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. W. McD. Abbett, who is lying and the Legislature would be likely to ure to all who saw it, and many who dangerously ill at her home in that see the importance of such a collection wished to see it had to go away on ac- place. A to mnny other useful articles too numerous to motion, nil at tho of historic facts and pass a law making count of the seats all being full, a reits contents evidence in all courts of quest was sent up to Prof. Graham LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. during the performance to repeat it at In tills city, on Monday. June litli. 1680. to Mr. the facts contained therein. Tas. F. The Frankfort Centennial Associa an early date, and in compliance with pounds. Gibbons mid wife, u daughter; nelgut 11 Of all kinds solicited in roofing, guttering tion desires all former citizens of that request it was reproduced last In this city, on Tuesday, June 15th, 1880, to Mr. gno fitting nnd plumbing. r t present and take part evening before a full house. Guy Burrett uud wife, ti ton. am Frankfort to be Give mo a call, o in the ceremonies, and to that end soIn this county, on Thursday, June 17th, I860, to Mr. K. 1'. Bryan und wife, it son. Personal. licits correspondence with them at 0". Ear once, wherever they may be, and the Miss Una Marshall is visiting friends newspapers friendly to such a move- in Georgetown. NOTICE T0TEACHERS. C. ment are requested to facilitate corresMiss Annie Crutcher is visiting relaBE AN EXAMINATION OF pondence by calling attention to this THERE WILL positions as teachers In the FrankCARPENTER AND BUILDER. for tives in Olney, Illinois General Insurance Agent, fort Public School on Monday. June 21, IKtt, In Odd centennial meeting. Correspondence Hull. Examination to commence on MonFellow's REMOVED HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH Miss Eugenia Lewis, of Midway, is day at bV o'clock, a., m., and continue live days. should be addressed to the Frankfort visiting Frankfort to the Saw und Planing Mills of Ofllce on Main St., Opposite Farmers' Bank. friends in this city. Applicants ure required to register their names with Wukelleld und West, whero he Is prepared to do uny Centennial Association or to Col. JqIiii the undersigned on or before the day of examina- work Those who contemplate building, cither In REPRESENTING Miss Mona Tate Tuesday requested to or country, It. Scott, Chairman Association Com- ing to visit friends left Louisville. morn- tion. By order of tho Board of Trustees of tho Pub- the city for Job Workarewill be receivedgive him a call. lic School. by telephone in Orders W. S. DEHONEY, Sec'y. B. T. P. B. mittee. Persons having in their posIS Leading American and Foreign Companies, No. 4P, and will receive prompt uttentlon. Mr J. P. Wayts spent a few days in April ' session any old deeds, letters or other WITH OVEK Wok this city last week visiting his parents. documents relating to the early hisJ. B. LEWIS, $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. Miss Mason Craig, of Versailles, is tory of Frankfort are requested to enR. C. STEELE. visiting Miss Lizzie Davis, South Side. ' TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- WBtt close them or copies of thorn at as Mr. W. I. Steele, 1 erty ut lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of point Jr., New early a date as possible to the Associa- is visiting his parents ofBelle York, REAL ESTATE AGENT, SteuniHliln. Prepaid Ticket sold from unyApr.n-iy- . In Great Britain or Ireland. Point. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, in tion. Frankfort sends greeting to her FRANKFORT, KY., Mr. Win, THE returned Satur former sons and daughters, wherever day from a Cromwell Champaign, Iili- - OFFERS HIS SERVICES TO years TRADE AS AN H7ILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN Job Work neatly exehaving had twelvo experience, as visit to Revenue Gauger. In the business. Franklin or adjacent counties. they may be, with a cordial invitation hois. cuted at this office. May '2r3ui. Prompt utteutlon to orders. Telephone No. 1L Kentucky. -- Frankfort was laid off as a town and a ferry established in the fall of 17S5, and her first Centennial will be held with appropriate ceremonies on the(ith of next October. Frankfort will keen open doors and be at home to nil who may attend on that occasion. It is proposed to conduct the entire ceremonies on a plane that will command the approbation of all good peo- cal entertainments, for whatever purple and make this the most noted pose given, Messrs. Barrett fr Ileflher, event in the history of the Capital of Prof. "Wayland Graham and the enI dist Church will furnish tIieLHe.sEx-rlui- i ee for to- - lay: : rs. "R Glore, Vn. J. 1". Prentiss, Mrs. 13. B Jettw, Mrs. W. b Johnson, rs. Kniina Dickctvou, Mr- -. P. Darnell, Mrs. A. G. Jeffors, Mrs. I. Toe Swigert. The articles will ho on sale at Mr. Pat Puifcscll's News Depot, from 11 till (J. As a recognition of the worth of Mr. Frank C. Hutchison as an actor and his kindness in devoting his time and energy to secure the success of all lo- . W u f jy in ;fcil m m v i' bJy - ..TO &? : . . 'fl, aS m ;'l o I mJM1 sin SALE DID ERWRHEBS, HEW YORK, WILL ARRIVE JUNE 2GT H W TxxzrnoTE 4 ri w -- Wii TJklrim hali M ;?. j V.S va m M JKiil , i Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardware Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, fyc. McCormick ASiSSl m o, g, Binders, m (4 1 WMk Nan-ki-Po- o, e. fhst-clas- s, 0lq '3 m V3 Too-Lun- g, J. T. BUCKLEY SPUING- STOCK -- & s. . f. tm vi i - al ni "SI a M JOB WORK T. BTJOHLET. 7. HUGHES', va Aii ; '.B ,-- m 17-3- v. VS i Practical Gauger, VT. f. r.w5$ PFV rrg y' - ,' It!"' aillJm iMUlUm.1 MHJ1WI I WMMMIMM 6 photo-Mwumiu- &Sfcr si . ffy K kr; j i j i? 1' lis Louisville steam bread and rolls at Mr J- - Gn,y McLtnin, Private Score- - In reply i lib request lor the 8t. tnry to Stntt Auditor Fayette Ilewett, graphs of our diiRirent correspondents, Kleber's. and Miss Lutlo Stanton, daughter of our venerable Uncle Zeke Yocum has DEALER IX--FRANKFORT. JUNE 10, 188G. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's ,Maj. II. T. Htanton, will l.o married leceived the photo, of ourBIoomington hams, bacon or lard go to Mack ' store, No 223 Main street, oppoA. li. Hiurtmoncl, the candidate for on Thursday next, and Dr. Sam. E. correspondent and is highly delighted fll-tsite Dr. Duvall's residence. County Clerk, has been keeping books James and Miss Jouett Taylor Will also with u. The picture is a splendid like ness and the position of the original for W. L. Pence for seven years, and be married on the same day. Itloat Excellent. was a very unique and interesting one is in every way well qualiiled for the J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox-v'llposition.' The closing exercises of the colored at tho time the shadow was caught. Tenn., writes: "My family and Public School took place in th e'lapi The nrtis-- t has done his work well, .nd I are beneficiaries of your most excelC. J. Page, youngest son Mr. Saint C. of ' the colored school bui ding oi the plctur. will be preserved as a spec- lent medicine, Dr. King's New DisCOFF22TS, of Mrs. June Page, of this city, died Thursday and Fri'ay cvenirg.--. Quit1 imen of fine art. It is at present on covery for Consumption; having found Thursday evening at hU home near a it to be all that you claim for it, desire number of parent.- and friend. of the exhibition in our sanctum. to testify to its virtue. My friends to Payne's Depot, Scott cou'lty, after an FoUs school were present and were wel whom I have recommended it, praise FltANKi-'OttTillhess of twelve month's duration. leased at June 14th, 1880. the success of their children .V at The remains were brought to this city Yt-aEl Af. JJranc, Chairman oj the it Dr every opportunity." King's New Discovery for Conafter year thN school continue-t- o JicpitbUfan County GnnmiUee: in yesterday afternoon and Interred A SPECIALTY. improve. A linger account of the DkauSih: You will please with- sumption - guaranteed to cure Coughs. Cold-;- , liroi chitis, and the family lot in the eemetyry. dosing exercise? will be gis'en in our draw my name as a candidate for every uffec.ion ofAsthma, CroupChest the Throat, County Judge. I don't want it Could 227 MAIN STREET, FRANKFORT. KY. Mr. Pat. Callahan and Miss filler next ishtie. not even make a good race, as I cat and Luiics. Trial Bottles free at Jos LeComptt's Drug Store. Large size blithe latest tt j le furniture constantly In sttck. FriConway eloped from this city on noc spare the time to electioneer. 2:iiy-31.00. 3 Thursday nfternoon Will Bryant, Yours respectfully, day morning of last week and were o V. IJr.unnuicir. married in' Jefferson vil In. The. re- colored nam living in tho lower part oi Bucklen's Arnica Salve. L. F. COM! TON. W. C. MACKLIS. on the railroad, turned to this city Suwliv evening, on the city, was tanding Tin: Best Salvk in the world for Luck. Woodlake in C(J31PTOX& JIACKLIK, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt the C. & 0 train, and have settled near the engine house, when a party It Iieum, r ever Sores, Tetter. Uliapped doWn to married life, having received whoo name we fade I to learn, was The following letter explains itself: rnornjEToiKall the forgiveness of the bride's parents. shooting a flohert rin down on the BuinciKPonT, Conn., June 18, 188G. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, andcures 5k in Eruptions, and positively Co!. Ike Winrate, WoodlaAr, Ky.: edge of Densi n, aimed his gun up the Piles, required. It is guarAtteittSosa, CoiwicSllBMew.! I was notified when my circus anteed or no payperfect satisfaction, or ELKEORUr HOLLER HILLS, hill mvl 'irod, the bull striking Bryant to give May 22d, that HAVE TIIK TVLL There is a rumor floating through just Lehin I the rllit .wioe and ranged showed in Frankfort, money refunded. Price 25 cents per d you were expecting very soon a box. For sale by Joe LcCompte. the streets of the city that the School up into the thigh, inflicting a painful calf would be born to one of Board will sometime this evening wound. r. Smith was cnied in to your circus colored cows, and was not You can buy an English chinn wash-stan- d march in a body to the wooden bridge, dress the wound, who in looking for surprised when I received the followset, 10 pieces, from $3.50 up, at a;;d MANUF.vcrniE- armed with field glasses to examine the ball ran a probe four inches into ing telegram,bobs up with a luck ley's. "Wingate Sjx of the best grades of the best Flour o. the progress of the work done on the the wound hut failed to reach it. Tho calf. Shall 1 buy him out, or enChampion machine repairs at ffir.de in the world. new school building. Will there be party who fired the shot claims the gage him to side-showith usV Masitx Bros. "P. McD." any objection? fnw nrl wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap-ltshooting was accidental. Sijuare Jan.2 lSfe-lPlease telegraph me immediately your terms to go along with the other Buckley has a full line of glass jars The City Council, at its last meeting, cheaper than any other house in the Mr. Ban. J. McCarty, who lias just calf and lecture twice each day. relieved the School Trustees of city. P. T. Baknum. duties on the School Building returned from Pittsburg. PennsylvaWe have opened our ice cream par Committee. The next day one of the nia, where he was attending the meetBY GOING TO SEE- Republican Meeting. lor, and as it is the coziest and nicest ing of the International Typographical School Trustees accosted one of the ;jlaee in town. And our cream and At a meeting of the Republicans Urlt W tx IW.Tm. 7 HwWrag Councilmen, who, by the way, is a Union, reports having seen Dick the first magisterial district, hold dierbet fa the best you can find any Enuis, the Murphy worker, who spent at the Court House on Thursday even- ,)lace. You will find it to your advantmonied man, and took him aside and whispered in his ear that he was anx- a month or two in this city in 1877, ing, June 17th, W. H. Murray wie age to visit us before going elsewhere. Howard Bros. ious to negotiate a loan or to dispose of in tho temperance work. He learn- called to the chair and C. C. Furr aped of Mr. Mccarty's presence in the pointed secretary. Capt. E. M. Dran' Bomcstpcks he had, The;'Councilniau, If 'out of sort. ' v.vh honclaphe, stomarh stated the object of the meeting to U city and looked him up for the purport nominating candidates for magistral rilsunlcr, torpid H er. palp In bnek or sldi', thinking he had a good thing in sight, . .ic fatal. One dose of tvom'o Oanatlvo Fillo will givo rWlet quickiy asked what sort of ttjck it of sending his love to all those he and constable for this district. to m w health uud vigor. J. 13. Lewis, W. P. Emerson and V . was. He was informed that it was knew here. Dan. says he is working B. Robinson were then placed in nomCall at Buckley's and see the latest School Bo ird stock. The sale was not well and seems to be getting along ination for magistrate; and a ballot bewell in tho world. He gave him a ing taken, J. B. Lewis and W. P in china toilet sets. made. number of cards, hearing the inscrip- Emerson received a majority of ail the Cure for Piles. xnursuay morning i;oi. ike Win- - tion, "Richard Enm's, President Trades votes cast, and were declared the nomgnto, the Mayor of Woodlake, this Assembly of Western Pennsylvania. inees. Piles are frequently preceded by a W. S. Safiell, R. Henry Gayle, C. L. sense of weight in the back, loins and county, sent to Judge It. A. Thompson Residence, 135 Centre Avenue, PittsMcKee and W. B. Showalter were lower part of the abdomen, causing the head and skin of a double-heade- d burg, Pa.," for distribution among his then put in nomination for constable. pcHisEKsanMsg d i rcrJ-- ii lie patient to suppose has sone ehec-tio-n calf which one of his cows gave birth friends here. W. S. Safiell received a majority of of the kidneys or neighboring orto. The heads were perfect, well all the votes cast and was declared the gans. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness formed and were joined together from The Swiss Aid Society of Louisville nominee. On motion, all the nominations were of the stomach, ect. Amoisture, like the"top of the head to within two inch- having planned a grand excursion to made unanimous. perspiration, producing a very disaes of the end of the lower jaw. It had the Swiss colony, "Bernstadt," in On motion, a committe consisting of greeable itching, after getting warm, two mouths and four eyes, but only Laurel county, Kentucky, in which T J. Hutchison, H. G Banta, Henry Is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedtyo ears. It was red, with a large the Swiss and Germans from all over Samuels, John Thomas, H. J. Hyde ing and Itching Piles yield nt once to notiWills were the application of Dr. Bosanko's white spot in each forehead. The the State are most cordially invited to andthe candidates of appointed to their nomination. Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon fy monstrosity was born dead. A large participate, we cheerfully comply with Mr. Emerson, being present, ac- the parts effected, absorbing the Tunumber of persons went to the Court a request to inform our rpaders of all cepted the nomination and pledged mors, allaying tho intense itching, and V. House, where it was on exhibition, to the details of interest to those who wish himself, if elected, to discharge the effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 Jan. duties of the ofllce faithfully and with- cents. Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko take a look at it. to join. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by out fear or favor to any ope. i On motion, the meeting then ad- Hughes & Chiles. The Louisville & Nashville railroad DR. Mr. Leon L. Moore, formerly of this COLLINS, journed. city, was nearjy killed by Henry Fis- company will sell tickets, from and to W. H. MURRAY, Ch'm. CANDIDATES. C. C. Fuiut, Seo'y. at Jeungst & Co.'s all stations on their lines, to parties incher, a FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. saloon, northeast corner of Third and tending to visit Bernstadt on this occaHave used Tongaline for neuralgia Wo aro authorized to announce JUDGE GEORGE for one single faro from their reWalnut streets, Louisville, on Tuesday sion, "!. DRAKE, of county, as a OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' extracted without pain by the uso of to Louisville, whence in the head with satisfactory results. Judge of the Franklin Pleas Court, candidate for tn tho Common un- spective stations afternoon. He went into the place niar.20-t- t Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. The pain gradually disappearing unde: composed of the counties of Franklin. y Grant. Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford. der the influence of liquor and got into a special excursion train for Pittsburg its administration. election Saturday, Juno 5th. J. It. Busicic, M. D., an altercation with Fischer, during 'the railroad station of Bernstadt) will NEW COAL YARD! i) Co., Mo. Judson, Sullivan which he ran his hand down in the leave on Saturday night, July 3d, at FORJAILEr. hip pocket of his pants, as if to draw a o'clock. Round trip, from and back to Cornico Poles 30 cents each at R. Wo are authorized to announce ELI McDANIEL RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD us n Republican candidate for Jailer of Franklin HAVING Frankiort.we are prepared ut all times IN Louisville, is $3. Arrival at Pittsburg Rogers. to y iii;ii jl. 13V.11UI. i liijfirii, county. juilljiuu uyi about 4 o'clock, a. furnish tho in., Sunday, July the counter and struck him a heavy We The desirable residence of Dr. Black- SON arc authorized to aunounce S. N. DAVID BEST GRADES OF COAL! blow on the. head with a policeman's 4th. Excursionists may use any reaf an Independent Candidate furjailer of Franklin county, against the field, subject will billy, knocking him senseless to the turn train between July 4th and July burn, at South end of Losran street in of the people at the August election, 1886.to the AT TITE 8th, but their tickets will not be good South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to floor, and followed it up with numerFOR CITY MARSHAL. LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES ous other blows until a policeman after departuro of train at 11:29 o'clock Frank Chinn, for terms. Wo are authorized to nnnounce W. S. MORRIS as p. in., of July 8th, 1880. Parties from a candidate for City Marshal at tho August elecOfllce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and came in to stop the row. It was Lovers of first-claBranch office and scales at H. R. Williams' grocery, other points than Louisville along the sherbet will find what ice cream and tion, 18SC. thought at flrst Mr. Moore's skull was they want at corner of Second and Bridge streets, South Frankfort. All orders will recelte prompt nttentlon. fractured, but fortunately only the line of the L. & N R. R. must take Howard Bro's. Dec.l2-tf- . S. S. & J. 1L TOLD. tickets only from their respective ' scalp was cut by the billyl The best machine oil kept by n points of departure for Louisville, and THAT Mastix Bros. '"PHE PURLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED adminis- I I. F. I have lmusht from Mrs. Addle (Jarrett. Monday morning while our motor then obtain separate tickets good for tratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest was' in operation', the short section! of the excursiou train to and from Pittssee the Moni- - In the Call at Buckley's and LODGE, NO.G, MEETS EVERY tor coal oil stove. lead pipe1 connecting the motor with burg. cordially Invited. Furniture and Undertakiner CAPITAL Visiting brothers W. REOCK, N. G. GEO. All tickets must be stamped at Pittsplpeuvhlch convoys tthe the iwo-ineJ. R. Williams, Sec. Jno. T. Buckley is agent for tho April water from the street main into the burg to be made good for the return gasoline stove, the best in the trip. building, burst and in a second, the market. Interest In my business to BOARDERS WANTED time required to shut off tho water at The Swias singing society, "Alpen-rosli,- " Tho verdict of everybody: "Howard And have sold of Louisville, will attend in a the throttle valve, our oftlce was floodBro's. soda water and ginger alo are ed. Judge Sam. It. Smith was just body, with their flag. S. the finest drinks in town." BOARDING AT MRS. FREEMAN'S house, No. 422 North St. Clair St. The "Quietly Society," of Louisentering the ofllce at the time, and by the day or week. All desiring Board nice assortment Buckley has And hereafter the style of the llrm will be being on a lino with the stream, was ville, will likowiso attend, with 22 English majolica a ware at city prices. in board will tlnd It to their Interest to call MRS. FREEMAN & NESBITT. liberally sprinkled, but not liking to Cantonal flags and tho Society banner. & DEHONEY, STATEN take water in that way, dodged around The "Swiss Aid Society," of LouisFarmers having real good butcher press, while several of the ville, will have a decorated wagon to stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, And the business will bo continued at tho old tho large stand brethren who were supposed to he carry its members from Pittsburg to will receive the highest market prices of Whltesldes & Staten, No. 218 St. Clair btreet. May JAS. T. STATEN. by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fond of water, took refuge behind tho Bernstadt. fl4-t- f. AND CEILING street. larger stands and frames on tho other Wagons will bo provided for the use m i side of the room, and the pressman fled of tho ladies and children in going Danger I A neglected cold or cough may lead to I'liPiunonlii.Cun'uniptlon or other fatal precipitately before tho flood and spray, from Pittsburg to Bernstadt. OFFICE Strong's Pectoral Pillrj Val euro a rnMitR hvumsrir. ltesuliitiKforUyspepslii.il) under tho impression that some one A live bear (the coat of arms of the diuesUou.slckheadacho as thoimuds testify. 426 HIGH STREET, had turned the hose on him from the city and canton of Bern, Switzerland,) street. Tho lead pipe was supplanted will march ahead of the procession as Try Howard Bro's, soda water and NEAHTIIE PlilSON. by a stout iron one capable of with- it moves from Pittsburg to tho colony, ginger ale. NEATLY EXECUTED BY standing tho immense pressure in a and various and sundry entertainments No. 8 9. Wo uso nothing but pure fruit syrups short time, and everything has since will be gotten up to make tho occasion in our soda water, and you will find it Ofllco hours from 11 a. m. till 1 o'clock p, m. In been running as smooth as a ribbon. thoroughly enjoyable. Muy22-luthe best in town. Howard Bros. the day, and from 8 till 10 o'clock at nhjht. lnrTNhA ROUT R. ROGERS, -- Sal-yer- f. e, - , km d Mw Mmi r i.-- n v. -- -- two-heade- 1 Roller St stem, -y. to-w- it: 1 two-head- ed any-furthe-r MONEY SAVED -- .iieuli-ctniii'- AfovOo-ieiru.-ini.- ) laBaSsEEIiEEH 23-C- BERBERICHJ J. S. bar-keep- er DENTIST, DIs-'rlc- t, Fajr-ott-e. Prl-nur- ss NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-ha- lt 0. 0. sfi hi Fa-vori- to 10-t- f. W. DEHONEY FIRST-CLAS- S llrst-clas- s WALL PAPER 8-- tf DR. GOBER, and o. Decorations i. Telephone Stencil "Work, B. L. :BA.SrT.A. ,! i T - " t L ' I 'FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, what ccjbsce says. The "Fearful and Wonderful" Mo-ohanism Pea R5sljc. Tobacco planting nnd suitable) Avcrtth- -. er. Gardens nil doing well; vegetables of the Human System Graphically Pon rayed. fin (ho olitorinl column , ' SSBKii'n comity road. fence Improvements in progr-s- s; iwbitewusbed, n slied nnd old stable torn down, nil due lo the fact tint the court will soon locate a pike for us. ( This is a very pious coniiiniiiu.v, meetings being in progress at several of the Churches within live milef caused the Uidge to be almost deserted last Sunday. The small boy went to a srroeeiy in Frankfort, made his purchases mil Mr. Grocer gave him a lie and eight sticks of candy. What store was it? The boy will tell you for half share? ot pie and can lv. Lo-- ' oit, grocery mm, for a pi Mission oi boys. dissatisfaction exist-Considerable among those who are called out to work the roads, especially thoe who live on the turnpike and never ee the road till called to work. The remedy is very simple. Pay the men for their work; then no one can grumble. A petition was about to be laid before the County Court praying them to give the Ridge people some road or paasway from this place to the Shelby '"pike, but has been dropped for son that the Court of Clai.us meets ' shortly and every magistrate knows on ? of tho Now York Analyst, H. Lmcing. M. D.. editor, plentiful. tho following Corn looking well, cul wormnll left. writes laboratories of bcnullftil description the luuunn system. were afraid of meeting Capt. of tho Thoy Wo hunk wo have novor rjnd n finer or Tracy and being warned in to work mort) trustworthy one tlie I that we need a road and fact. tures would not strengthen this 1,000 signa- self-evide- Bald m 'JWrr SSL XtLnob. ol - R Mi trustees. Pres. Thomas Hunter's exposition of counterfeit school direetnis has won for himself the npplmise of all the Knob, minus 2. Miss Laura Bell, the accomplished nnd charming belle of Shelby ville, has been visiting friends among our lovely vlne-eln-d Union Sunday-schoopens its ports to saint and sinner on even in a: at Harp. Prof. Tracy is covered with sh.imc by the insult oifen'il hN brotner tench-er- a through the icy receptijn of twi The grand Wv V- Mr. Lee Bell, of Shelbyville, a member of the Southern Normi.l School at Bowling Gieen, attended the Teachers' convention here. A mammoth protracted meeting i now stirring up the sinners at Lebanon. It is cheering to hear that many long lost sheep are being brought to the fold. Mr. John Wnrren and lady and Prof. Nunn, of Shelby, have been visiting here. Prof. Nuiin is a practical anil and popular educator. He is principal of a progressive school at Simpson-ville. knob. iv 'it vu $ it . m gi ml 5 45 I' " Livinzuon. poihoning, etc. "Put no faith then in the wiseacre who says there is no danger as long as No 3. No. No. Northbound. there is no pain. Put no faith in the physician, whoever he may be, who says it is a mere cold or slight indispo8 00 a m little, any, more Vuns Trouble Relieved. sition.youHe knows it. Heit can neither Lve Livingston. . 10 25' a m " Berea do about than Arr Richmond. it 45 a m Three years and a half ago I gave see nor exnmine these organs and Lve Kowlau . my buiness on account ol consumpup upon experimental tests, " Lancaster Arr Richmond. tion. I spent two seasons in Florida tnat you can make as well as he o 05 a m Richmond 10 p m and one in California I have been "Li the output is discolored or inud-J- Lve AVinchester ,, 7 00 a in 2 10 p m under treatment of physicians all the if it contains albumen, lymph, Arr Paris . . " 3 20 n m crystals, sweet or morbid matter, is Lve Lexington. . . 800am 2 45 p m a 5 P m time, among them someof the most 7 25 a m in this city, and I have'kept red with escaped blood, or roily with " 8 20 a m 330pm 3 40 p m " Cynthiana growing vor?e and worse. I got gravel, mucus and froth, something is " Falmouth . . . .. 8 55 a m 3 39 P m 417pm a m 5 18 47 and vrong and disease and death are not Arr Covington. . . to 00 a m 4 00 P m 6 45 P m shadow, to bo a mere 6 pm p m 30 On the far away, ould scarcely walk. 1 kepi of last September 14th "These organs which we have MAVSVILLE BRANCH. my bed, for I was not able to get om thus at length, because they as well as my ire really the most important ones in of'it, and the doctors Nn. 3, No;,5t, friends all expected me never to come the human system, the ones in which Daily, Da" was having frequent i large majority of human ailments out of it alive. I Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. and profuse hemorrhages, and (m throe originate and are sustained, are the I.ve. Covington . 2.00 p m different occasions I bled until I b liidneys. They have not been much Lve. Lexington . 7.2s a 4.25 p m 8 15 a came insensible. About six weeks ago discussed in public because it is con- Lve. Pri. . . 5.20 p m Millertbiirg 8.40 a .4' n m I heard of S S. S., and began taking ceded that the profession has little Arr Carlisle . . . 6.08 p m Arr. o.ot a it. Its effects have been wonderf j1. i Known power over them. What is Arr. Johnson . . a 948 6.56 p m 10 30 7 4 r m "have not had a hemorrhage since 1 wanted for such organs is a simple rr. Maysville, . began it. I was soon able to sit up medicine which can do no harm to the No, 54 No S2, O.itty. Dally. nnd even dress myself. My appetite most delicate but must be of the greatFx Sun Ex.Sun, became good; I could eat and retain est benefit to the afflicted Such a my food, and my color returned. 1 remedy, a m I2.SP " Lve. Maysville . and proved gained iiesh and strength rapidly, and thousandstriedover the worldby many Lve Tnhnson , ,, 37 a m 1.30 p m all is War- Lve, Ctrlisle. 2 a in 2 S p m 7 am now walking about town wher- ner's safe cure. With those In whom Lve. Millersburg a m 3,on m 7 ever 1 wish to go. It is certainly a disease is deep seated it is the only Arr. Pari, . . . 8 to a m 3.15 pm Lexington. 9.05 a m 6 top m great surprise to me and to every one specific For those in whom the seeds Arr, Covington ,. 11.30 a m 6. oop m who knows me. Long since they had ire sown and the beginning of illness Arr. all expected me to die. I am willing tarted it as unfailing reliance. It may and want all who suffer from lung dis- be recommended to the well to preNOTE. Train 3 and 4 arc daily hetween AVm ease to know of me and my case, and vent sickness and to the sick to pre- cheter, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains are dnilv oxrept Sunday. I advise all such to take Swift's Specific vent death, With its aid the great Direct connection 's made at AVinchester with and Ohio and live. These are not idle words, filtering engines of the system keep on Chesiprakt Charleston. for Mt.,, Sterling. Ahlind, but ubnolute facts which will with in their silent work without interrup- Hiintlnr't'nf Vos 3 and V.4 V runand Eas'ern Cities. Fast Line, via AVinchester, pleasure be substantiated for any win tion; without it they get out of gear Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping ''ars, hetween may doubt. and then disease nnd death open the Cincinnati andT) Richmond, Va , and AVinchester and Washington, C. Louis T. Clark, Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any door nnd cross the threshold " destination reached by n railroad. C15 W. 12th St. N. Y., Feb. !), lb&0. Such writing ought not only to please The Swift Specific Co., Drawer '3. but to carry conviction that what Ed- ofFor full particulars address or call on any ngent the company or Atlanta, Ga. New York, 167 W. 23d itor Lasslng, M. D., so high an auD. A. FKKI.F.V. S. F. n. MO"T. St. thoritysays is true, nnd that his counTrav. Pais'r Agt.. Gen. Pass'r Agt Treatise on blood and skin diseases cil is wo"v f',o r4Annt'on nnd Lvintrnn Kv, Covln"inn. Kv J 'I . . , , . , y, 1 . td The names of those who came to the front with basket in hand on last Saturday are as follows: Mrs. Geo. Hoover, wife of chairman of board of trustees; Mrs. Maj. Flack, who has no school children but patron of schools; Mrs. S R. Lee, patron oi schools; Mr. Ed. Lee, a etcher in schools; Mrs. Neeley Peyton, a frieuu and patron of schools; Mrs. Geo. liar-roan ever hospitable- lady to all; and Miss Susan Harrell, an accomplished school girl of 1(5 years, without a mother tir sister, had prepared with her own sweet hands food enough for the entire Association. 1 d, - "Man Is the greatest of all chemical it laboratories Magnify the smallest cell of the body and w'lat a factory Is spread before 'the eyes countless chamjm. "Vesrotublo bers in which are globes of air, masses ssicimvn of solid matter, globules of dying liquid; a Hash c ..k--s and the whole is consumed aim needful heat is carried into every part of the system. Electrical forces also generate and are conveyed to the brain, tli muscles and 'The great popularity of this preparation, the various nerve ce liters. after its test of many years, should bo nn In another set of million chambers uui'Miicc, even to tho mo- -t sUuutieul. that we ee vario.is gas ses and vapors. By It Is rcallv nicritorioii. Thoo who have chemical action these me changed and used Hams Il.vilt ItKNT.WEIt know that it does till that Is claimed. purified in the Kings and t.ie skin. It 1'iuiscs new growth of hair on bald The blood, we ofi-'t- i my, is a great heads provided tho hair follicles arc not living river. In its cm rent av2 masses dead, which is seldom the restores which the ir n the lungs did not natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves tho scalp healthful and clear of affect; blok3o! ch Ik; slabs of tartar; dandruff; prevents the hair falling oil' or pieces of bone-.iaistrings of alb mien; clumping color; keeps it soft, pliant, lusdrops f molasses, and lines of trous', ami causes it to grow long and How are these waste masses disponed thick. of? Begin where you will m thisreat Hall's Hair Kr.xr.Avr.it produces Its influence of its stream you must come to cue purifying effects hy tho healthful Avlilch invigorate vegetable ingredients, places in the system. Hue is all acand rejuvenate. It N not a dye, and is tivity and an invisible force reaches n delightful article for toilet u.e. Conout into tne stream, sei.e and cirries taining no alcohol. It doc not evaporate quickly and dry up the natural oil, this mass of wa.-t-e into vast trenches leaving the hair thence into a smaller reservoir, and other preparation.harsh and brittle, as do finally into a larger r servolr which Buckingham's Dyo regularly disch rges its contents. ron ti:e This separation of litue, uric acid other waste ma o.'Ial from the and blood without robbing it wf a particie Colors them brown or black, as desired, ot the life fluid, passes human compre-ueiiaioand N tho bet dye. became It N hannlci"; produces n perni'anent natural color; and. In health, this belli!? u single preparation, is more conprocess is carried o'i without ou. venient of application than any other. knowledge. The organs in whieh it i' w lu done are faithtul servants whose work ll. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, N. H. is silent as long as health remains. 3o!d by all Dealers in Medicines. "People strangely wait until pain ltrikes a nerve before they will realize that they have any trouble They do .lot know that pain concerns chiefly Kentucky Central Railroad. die exterior not the interior of t ic oody A certain set of nerves connect g these organs with the brain. They may not gnaw and bite as uoes the tooth-ach- e Shortest and (Juiciest route ft om or a scratch, but they regularly, silently report. When these organs are failing these nerves CENTRAL KKNTUCKYL indicate it by drawing the blood trom lit) and die face and cheek, leaving the 10 ALL rOlNTS fye blanched, by sending uric acid poi son into the smallest veins, the skiu EST. EOTi Ill SfflllBT then becoming gray, yellow or brown, mil, l'hey also prevent the purification of FAST LINE BETWEEN the blood in the lungs and cause pulmonary difficulties, weariness and pain. LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI. Who enjoys perfect health, especially m this land where we burn the candle SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MA' 16TH. 1S86. m one mass? The athlete breaks down in the race: the editor falls at his desk: the merchant succumbs in his counting-room. These eve its should not No 6, No 12, South Pound. Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex, Sun, have been unexpected for nature lone-aghung out her "lanterns of alarm." When the "accident" Anally comes, Lve Covington.. . . 3 to a m 8 10 p in 2 00 p in its fatal effect is seen in a hundred " Falmoutti.. . . 9 40 a m 24 ji m 3 33 p in Cynthian.i. . . 10 45 a m 10 13 p m 4 3d p m forms; either as congestion, chronic " Paris p a p m 11 weakness, as wrong action, as variable Arr Lexington. . . 12 25 in 10 40 p in 5 15 p m in it 17 to in 6 10 " appetite, as head troubles, as palpita- Lve P.iris 11 30 a Ik 45 p m 5 12 p m 6 05 p m tion and irregularities of the heart, as Arr Winchester. . . 12 20 p in it 20 p m Richmond 50 premature decay, as dryness and "' Lancaster... .. .. 5 07 p m harshness of the skin causing the hai " .lunfird .... 0 OC co drop out or turn gray, as apoplexy, Lvc Richmond 2 00 p m as paralysis, as general debility, blood Arr Iserea . . . . 3 20 p III Hard Times. While money is close, wages nnd prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head oil' doctor bills, by always keeping in the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Couuh and Lung Syrup Stops a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, curs Croup and pain in the Curst In on night. It Is just the remedy for hard times. Price o0 cents and SI .00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chile.' . Though painful and wearing almost beyond "Itnl a casa of Inflammatory Rheumatism of all endurance, la not an incurablo disease If treat- nearlr my tho largo Joints. Oavo Tonoaline, and pat'ont is ont and doing well." ed !u time. Perhaps no other disease has so AT. AT. Baxthi, M, D ncrsman. III. buflled thu cllorts of science and mcdlcino as tills, but at last a remedy has been dbcovered In "In mr opinion Tono aline nipcrcedes all other which CURES KHEUMA-WUVrheumatic remedies." T15M, and li heartily B. O. AVonsruK, M. D., Mareng-o- , DJ. to-d- " nTo fdren TosoALnn: a fair trial, and think It "TONOALntSlM doing nllttwtlsclslmwl itwjlldn," tho best romody 1 have over found fur llhoumatlcm." O. V. Beotut, M. Li., Oantrall, CL B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. TOR BALE BY ALL DIIUGQIST3, PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sola Proprietor, 109 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIS, A. S of the Leading Physicians. WHAT THEY SAY: nnH.LIRa HALL :H BENEWEB. eii-c- Capital City Machine Works, J. B. Heek, Proprestor. AGENT FOR J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Rtapcr, Geiser Manufacturing Company's Pecrltss Threshers and Kahmnzoo Spring Tooth Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlrs Engine and Pciler SaAV-mil- s ' ! : l, t, ak-oiio- Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps All of the above I claim are the best in the mirKet. I ke;p them in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in Frankfort, Ky. T-- IB- -' 3ivE3E)22:. , Ju ij . 'if Mfo' WHISKERS Biue GrassHurseries! SFEWcasT, aLsse. WK CEOMWELL n. Attorney-at-Law- , blood-purifyi- ng treesCtreesi Mar. ' 13-3- AND USUAL STOCK OF FRUIT AND iiecs, iir.ipe Vines, small FiuSts tind zveritnliig usually luund in it Nurber Establishment. cuU.ous on implicition to ORNA-111e11t.- 1l Heal Estate Agent, WILL June I'RAOTIl li IN THE COURTS OF lit. ami the adjoining counties, and wlllalfo givunpecinl intention to the purobase and eulu of rial collection ol rents, chiliim, and tho negotiation ol loans. QtHco opposite Court llouao. 25-l.- y. ' Lexington Kr. NEW PLAiMXU Mllir WM blood-purifyin- "BLUEGASsROUTK" J.M. WAKEFIELD Having recently added to his Establishment First-Clas- Choice ALL KINDS Coal Cheap. DOUBLE SCREENED s Planing Mill, to furnUh family use. Prompt Delivery, Fuli Weight, Bottom Prices. Is now prepared all kinds oi Telephone connection No. 3(1. Sash, Doors, Blinds, r?smes, Molding ALSO CEO. B. MACXSXXXT, Dec.tr FRANKFORT. KY. Scroll Work, Stair Work May IS tf. & Turnin Gotten out in the Dent Style. Housekeepers, KEEP CONSTANTLY 1 Cooper's nnd Nelson's T Attention! IN STOCK. COX'S. ' !.,-..- tyS , ".'uWil.WI JT J DR. . ' laW u; I. KELLEY, Till il AVhlch K I are qurantted the test. 111 111 OF CINCINNATI, OHIO; AVILL BE AT Extract cf Lemon My own make. & Vanilla, 1 l 111 Pure Spices, ground nnd whole, the vtry best 1 can buy. and attention la tf.pte.all) called to my CAPITAL EEOTSL IN FRANKFORT. KV. GROUND BLACK PEPPER, ! Tl SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886. SATURDAY, JULY 3d, 1886. SATURDAY, JUL.Y 31st, 1886. All cases of DLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the lirliikerhotl hystuin wiruour using the khu. or licutuhe uud without uny pu.n. Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, at $Z00 per Gallon. Don 1 1 i.i lu tr.ve me a trade. JDEEFH - LeCDMPTE THE SOUTH SIDE DBUGGIST. YHS Lot For Sale, BUILDING LOT FRONTING 30 FEET ON Hroadway and ntnnlnc back 125 feet. Is offered Apply to for sale. R. M. ALDRIDGF. April 10- - FISTULA Cured without the knife or llgaturo. A Pu-- I FISSURES ' Cured without cutting or tearing. CATARRH ". Km 1 1 de-icrib- ed RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL North-Boun- Diseased conditions most oi me enrome diseases, that produce consumption und -- UTEHUS, Diseases of the Avomb that ure caused by n diseased bowel, ulso treated. Are perfectly fc and always tMtetmmM. y Tjied regularly by 10,000 America m women, ( nBcriar ! all etliew,orCahrftide. Don't wasf money on wertfcleaa MOtri;aa. Bold by all DrurlU. ttU Braa4y Ant. 8end4oentaforparUcawn.or mailed to any address. to-da- T ANSY PILLS uiu Irr m VJM 'mi 'ffSsTt wtxcox srBcmc co., rku4i., m. .1 PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Cm also bo cured If not too lute, as tho itching Is only u symptom of tli J tlise.uo that exists In thu lower LhjuU. AV. Vftlv.dLt m MilHuLhlflALEorl WDKBILin FFEBILK South-Boun- (5 I 41? SON, Frankfort; REFERENCES. J. HUGHES, Frunkfoit: RICHARD FERGU J. ii. ayumiumv, jtruinuon. A Life Experience. Romarkablo and qulcls cures. Trial Pacliageo. Bend stamp for sealed particulars. Address Dr. WARD & CO. Louisiana, Mo. Jl iWMSESSiKD DECAY, Ltfl Pamphlets describing these diseases sent freo to any one by uddriBslug -- W. Dec. I. KELLKY, M. D., 376 "West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0, ' CONSULTATION FREE. 26-l- The Mirror er that almost cheats the looking-glas- s. I 1EN ONLY Lost orFailiag Manliood. NervousaeM Weakness, Laok of gtreBKtk, Vigor or Developmeatt OantAd dayi Ourenmunllr within a month. Vo DtcepUon o-,,ri--, jwiiiwn-n- f,, fill rt'prHrHoniind -,r- A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIN CUREFCR is no flatterer. Would you make it .tell asweeter tale ? Magnolia Balm is the charm- XS1 "" w .oni.iiuiae.it,ngiiMiiiiiuem)eopio. brladfiorotloni.ezccaae,to -J- Bneflt(lna H. E. JN IINOTON, Re Ivrr. General Offices, Covinjt 11, Ky. L. i,.iwiMldHU.I Jt-u.-t- a.s. ' ' :-. ....... V . WM ' v ' - MWi