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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886071001 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. vy A : w fe& .' Ui 'ehr ir V '' ' A" A Y.1 The Frankfort Roundabout GEORGE A m ', 11 LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR & Volume IX. crtu7gjeuv;u.it.-atn FRANKFORT, KY., JULY 10, 1886. Number 4J i i . ' Berry Tho score nt the regular weekly shoot of the Spring Jltll Gun Club, July 2d. MatcirSu Knoxvlllc 18 yards ris'J, sreancd trap, was us follows: 17 18 Morris .' Pavne 14 17 Smith Price blnek-"blrcfa, 1.1 7 7 Taylor Hume 7 7 Hardin Martin dar. The Knoxville bird is a "joe Murphy 10 ter."' " The practice shoot at tho grounds of the Spring Hill Gun Club, on July 5th, .resulted ad follows: First match at (13 Knoxville blackbirds single eighteen yards riso, screened trap, was as follows: 22 10 G. L. Payne R. Morris 24 20 J. L. Price G. F. Berry I 0 43. R. Smith J Mustin 11 8 W. S S.iflell E. E. Hume Geo. Alexander. 10 It. A.liDhannan 4 14 R.lt Crutchor...l(5 It. Church t Second m itch at 15 double Ligowski ,;Clay Pigeons, from two trapi, 5 yards apart. 15 yards risL, resulted as follows: 24 18 G. L. Payne B. Morris 1(3 2d J. L Price G. F. Berry 12 J. Mastin 20 S. R. Smith 1!) G. Alex.mdor.... 5 E. E. Hume A. Bolmnnnn. 2 It. L. Cruteher...lG It (i. H. Church m A mad dog made us a visit last Monday and was promptly chased, shot .tii&Ti uun ulub. arnica '&- - .Itiohard Morris 21 and killed. The oft discussed turnpike question Q. P. Borry 26 is again in the front claiming our at10 tention. This time it is the route. As 3e0 Payne v is usual several routes are each said to .Lampion Prico ,' S. R. Smith 20 be the best. There need be no trouble. . ' zo There is but ono thing to do select a Jtoot. jreppor, ur good route and build the pike. Our 10 i'JZ. T. Thotnnsson Court of Claims have the matter under V" "Y T? J 17 tTnmn Ua llliiUU Mil consideration. jf UL They will do the right 52 23 tiling. We entrust the affairs of our V 'Jleanor Taylor county to their management and can I & ., . . . 11)3 safely trust them to locate a pike. Total If Lexington Gum Ciu3. we can't why elect them? in fact our Our Bncon "..? . 20 people school trustees, andmuch regret generally, very 11 Jeffries, D "Ferguson , 20 that the Blair educational bill failed D'eLong 22 to become law, for they fully expected ffi& Goodloa r. s . . . 16 that part of the fund created by the . TO' ,"T" CI.1I1 ouiiimuu . in passage of the bill would have been 20 available to increase the efficiency of Horr ' 1C our district school the coming session. ' MP Jeffries, A 13 Every one favors the object of the bill. Harrison Some few dislike the means. Would 158 rather the State educate the children Total without U. S. assistance. If the Miss Mamie Hawkins, granddaughgood im.- - ter of Dr. J. Russell r.vkins, who for bad is Let us the means can't be very educate the children. tho past year has been a pupil in the Earn Almost Eaten off. Homo Sshnol of Louisville, one of the most popular Female Institutions of About eight months ago I contracted jttie State, (Miss BMlo Pe?rs being the blood poison. I was treated by a private physician on Thirty-firsprincipal) has returned to this vicinity and then for a month at thet Newstreet, York where shq will spend, with her rel- Hospital. Finding I did not improve, ations and friends, tho summer vac- I began taking Swift's Specific. Up to and sleepy ation. "We with pleasure chronicle the this time I had a drowsyno appetite, feeling continualy, with Mis? Mitnio was ono of five and was loosing ilesh rapidly. fact, that I was out of a hun'lrod and twenty-liv- e young covered over the ankles, arms, neck ladies vho39 names are to be found on and face with sores, and it seemed that the roll of honor, and one who receiv- iiiv ears would be eaten oft". I have theS. ed the gold medal for having excelled taken seven bottles of except S. S., and a few on the sores are all gone rtjl in penmanship. It may not be out my forehead, and they are nearly out of place hero to state that Miss Addie of sight; my earsaro entirely well, my (the sister of Miss Mamie Hawkins) a appetite is splendid, and I have gained five pounds in I feel so perpupil of the City School of Frankfort, fectly well thatweight. in a short time I know received at the hands of her teacher I will be soundly cured. (the far famed instructress .Miss Julia Fhaxk E. Kkkim:, 105 W. 71st St. New York, Feb. Ill, 1880. Todd) the highest honors conferred by the school on the class of young ladies Fat and Rosy. of which she was a member. These My little boy has suffered for six years young ladies no doubt will ever bear in with scrofulous sores. Many who saw 'mind tho latin maxim "Per anperu ad him a year or so ago thought he never asb'ct." could recover. He commenced taking Swift's Specific, and has taken about twelve bottles, which has effected a Saved Mis Life. perfect euro. I have waited some time-tsqo whether the disease would come Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., says he was, for many years, back, but am now satisfied that the badly iittllcted with Phthisic, also Dia- - cure is permanent, for all the sores are betes; tho pains were almost unendu- gone, and ho is fat and rosy, and as rable nnd would sometimes almost playlulasany child of his age. With throw him Into convulsions. Ho tried a grateful heart known only to a moth'Electric Bitters and got relief from er I' write these lines. first bottle and after taking six bottles, Mns. Mary E. Holt. 1 was entirely cured and had gained in Concord, Pike Co., Gn., Feb. (5, 188(5. pounds. Says he pos. fWi eighteen Trenthnnn Blood and Skin Diseases itively 'Vilnyus lu ""Illld ftovr d'd mid led free. ' had It not been for tho relief mforded The Swift Specific ro., Drawer 3, by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents Atlanta, G . Now Yorx, 107 W. kt 6 a Dottle by Jos LeCompte. fit. Ttj-- Tho Spring Hill Gan Club 3CDrod a decided victory in t'.i3 rniich batwaan it and ' the Ij'jsintoa Gati Club, on Thursday, nt tho groundi o th3 forjiar Club, ns.ir this city Tho mitsli was nt 33 Bhi3 Rosk Pigoona morrow at 11 o'clock. IS ynrds rise, nnd tho sswre was ns fol-- . at o'clock. , 51 deadly foe that lurks in the wine cup, and never touch, taste, or handle anything that will intoxicate. A few lessons on the subject would not go amiss with some of the children of a larger growth, surely they would not swallow Pea Ridge. such a quanity of poison everyday if Grass cutting and wheat stacking. they knew it to be poison, ignorance is Farmers jubilant. All crops good. no excuse. Drunkenness is"a crime in Profusion is the rule grass, grain, and the sight of God and man, and it is the corn. duty of every one to do everything Bro. Roberts will preach here to- possible to prevent crime. Shelby county to thresh wheat. The grist mill is still run by J. K. P. .Moore, who will continue to grind for his customers on Friday of each week. Sunday-school Prof. Tracy is in Louisville this n,;,' week and he took in the. State Teachers' Association. curxion Jiuryc: Mr. Silas Box, of Conncrsville. HarWe desire publicly to return our rison county, made a short visit to this thanks to you lor your kind and untirWould announce to his friends that his place the first of the week. ing attention, and your carefulness on Mr. Jack Hulette, of the Ilutton the occasion of the delightful excurwhich neighborhood, has been employed to sion of our two Sunday-schoolwe had yesterday twenty-fiv- e teach the Public School at this place. miles up The following are the candidates for the Ky. river and return. We cordialmagistrate in this precinct: W. B ly recommend you nnd your boat to all Tracy. Ed. Lee, David Hall, Theodore contemplating a similar trip. We had OFCarr. Dennis Bailey. four hundred children, parents and Disinfectants are used to keep off children and no accident to mar the UnclQ-Zeke'- s sort of itch, we learn pleasure of the trip. Very Respctfully, that it attacks the Mugwumps or Zeke Yocum's G. O. P. instantaneously. S.C liv'i.1., Snpt. 1st Prcs. S. S. Mr. A F. Violett has resigned his position as Post Master at Flag Fork Pi. K. McCLl'JtK, Is now complete. Thankful for the and has transferred his position to Mr. Sunt. Let'itown Jfi'-is- . & 8. John Mall, who is now the P. M. at W. C. tTST Notes. at that place. Married. Thursday, July 1st, 188(5, The Woman's Christian TemperMr. Tom Johnson, of Shelby county, and .Miss Emma Yont, of this place, ance Union will meet in the Chapel of Bestowed upon us in the past sixteen years, we would solicit a contin- at the resdence of the. bride's father, the Christian Church Wednesday p. m. at five o'clock. tinuance of the same, F. Clarke officiating. Band of Hope, Sunday p. m. four Miss Elenora Hamilton's school at Eden School house closed last Satur- o'clock, at Masonic Hall. This is a day with the highest honors. She re- work in which every one should take turned to her home in Frankfort with a lively interest, tthe children are tho best wishes for her future welfare. taught the effects of alcohol and other We will always do Messrs. Joe and Bill Scobee have narcotic poisons on the system, so that being forewarned they may know the quit sawing lumber and have cone to I I s, Bald Knob. FitAXKFOKT, Ky., July (5, 188G. To Cant. Abrahams. Officers ami Crew KV- rxf 11,., .Q',,1,1. JI I .! 'JlSf I'l fill' IJUKf'M I llll lAiintA. Hlfr R. K. McCLURE, -- SPRING STOCK LIBERAL PATRONAGE Boots, Shoes, Hats, Books, ,fc - MSA m m ASSURING YOU THAT AS WELL FOR YOU IF NOT BETTER THAN YOU CAIN April 17, 18SG. do elsewhere. and we have greatly reduced in price. 'W mr.v. s. '.sa W' flows: , ILouisville Tobacco Market. FUItNISIIED BY QLOVEB & DUUBKTT, WARE- mi Our LOUISVILLE TOBACCO HOUSE. - i 'I 1- closed amount to 3,073 hhds. The 3nlcs since January 2 amount to 73.010 hhds. Tho market continues strong on colory low grades, tho better grades of Hurley tillers rornain quiet. Tho stock of unsold Burley tobacco is gradually increasing in the open market. Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for now Barley tobacco: 3.00 to 3.50 Dark Trash Colory Trash 3. CO to ".r0 Common Lugs, not colory. . 4.00 to fi.00 "."0 to Colory Lugs 7.r0 Common Leaf, not colory... fi.fiO to 8.00 8.00 to 11.00 Good Leaf 11.00 to 13.00 Select Wrappory Tobacco.. 13.00 to 18.00 Fine-Lea- Tho sales on our market for tho week just Oolored. nCT:n.cle:r:-rea)- r OrOOcLs Strarv7 We have all kinds of UNDERWEAR, Suitable for the warm weather. Oome Proper Treatment for Coughs. That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a gootl Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equally as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it one of the most reliable now on the market. Price oO cents and $1.00 Samples free. Sold by 2 Hughes & Chiles. Hudson, See TTs. Humphries & Cassell. simcL ' :rt ob-'e- ct I-- I fti "M V WEITZEL & O'DONNELU i Ju3Rtv Kva O An Efficient Remedy In As such it is recognized and prescribed by tho medical profession, and in many thousands of families, for tho past forty years, it lias been regarded as an invnluublo household remedy. It is a preparation that only requires to bo taken In very small quantities, and n few doses of it administered in tho early stages of a cold or cough will effect u speedy cure, and may. very possibly, savo life. Thero is no doubt whatever that Pectoral. of Bronchial nnd Pulmonary Affections is Aykk's Ciieuky nil cases We do not expect to make money on every article we sell; our plan is to close out the last piece of goods in every purchase we make. We ' frequently buy large lots in order to get prices to suit, and have large enough to keep accumulated stock. not store-room 'Y5 "9ft .mm 'KVwl WE HAVE S0K SC RARE AND ARE - BARGAINS! n m GOING TO GIVE THE TRADE THE BENEFIT. To be convinced, call and see us. a Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Has preserved tho lives of great numbers of persons, by arresting tho development of tho euro of those dnnxerous maladies. It should bo kept ready for use In every family where- thero aro children, as It is a medicine far superior to all others in tho treatment of Croup, tho alleviation of Whooping Cough, nnd tho euro of Colds nnd Influenza, ailments peculiarly Incidental to childhood nnd youth. Promptitude in dealing with all diseases of this class is of tho utmost Importance. Tho loss of n single day may, In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not wasto precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful elllcaey, while tho malady is constantly galulng n deeper hold, but tako at once tho speediest and most certain to cure, "WEITZEL 225 0,ID03Sr3SrElIL.Z-,-, t Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, and by ST. CLAIR STREET, WEITZEL'S NEW IiLOCK. $f TA ? N. B. 1,000 Remuonts of all kind of goods at your own price. ' - CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No, 439 Main St., Over Crutclier ft Slarks' White Hall Clothing House PRANKFOET, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Why will the people of of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ' PKEPARKD I)Y Dr, J, C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Moss. Sold by nil Druggists. !l7Pj(7 J I MKtf w? , V '.-'.- . ' . , . ' ,..',", vn rf s W fltJOtSXtOttH .j its .'r vj am t V ' V A" J .rMk." ill I . tumimvi M weswaaftasjamagmitaKm.i ui cmtrag Mttji'tfmwttsMTiasiamgHgiUBBWg fci, T , her existence. "NVhnt ii glorious and cbrhtlun act it would bo for us nil to Elite red At tlic nt KrnnUort, Kentucky bury nil past differences in the grave as icoml class mailable mnttcr. of the departing century and step into GEORGE A. LEWIS, the coming one freeand uninctunbeied IE3ca.it.: r exncl Fvitlicih.cr. and match forward in the new century with the elastic and powerful trend of FRANKFORT. JULY 10, 1880. a united neoolc. This is what wo need, and our word for it this will he Last year there were broimht to this j tIl0 situation of affairs after our people market 570,001) bushel of coal, through slln lmve worked together as one the medium of the Kentucky river, man for 'three months in preparing the -- ' "'-- " details of this entertainment in which far, over 3,000,000. Before the locks ull me aHku illtore9tcd and (iams were repaired the railroad freight Tlio ladies of the Baptist Church will charged 7 cents per 100 on coal and now it charges 1 cent per givo nn ontertninment for the benefit bushel of 72 pounds. From 1807 to 0f the Repair Fund nt Mrs. M L. 1870, when the locks nnd dams were Campbell's, on Tuesday evening, Julv in such a condition that they could jiath, from 7 to 11 o'clock. Ices and not be used, the State paid from 21 toC!,ko in every variety will bo served 5 cents per bushel for coal to supply for twenly-ilv- e cents and no extra the public oillees, and now coal , charge for admission. All are cordial-i- s being wholesaled nt 7 and 8 cents. ly invited. These are some of the blessings of the To Re:;t Furnisher! room on first Kentucky river improvement, and still there are men who are opposed to 00T l0 )UJ)K: L Kentietijon. Apply treOt, north tlo rtmwnmi.nr inmrnvino- M,n rlvw. of :V.rjV Capital. tet' i Slate f - - ' FRANKFORT po't-odi- ec KOUNDAMUT. 820,000 axma bbtke crami RC9v Yc3J Ejia xtanao l VcraPl 4HB3M 0,000 ftzsri cssjoa njyai w tJlm m rm nrenraa sgsKSs t35SisHBOE3CZiiSVU3fl Kffin Ktisa aaSr VlSKS CtzLrj I EOUC-H- T AT THE ..,..... u-- ( po-in- Great Auction Sale! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bornheim & Bauer, at I LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! 1 I These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the . - i 'TO Frankfort's First Centennial I Personal. LOWEST CASH A In departments .10 ii-;- K- -f t fcV ;f' i B, ' i :' A K mi IKQHfV Which is to be held on the sixth day Judge Joseph II. Lewis has gone on of October, 1880, promises to be full of a trip to Nebraska. M ..n Grant Green, jr., is visiting blessings and only blessings to all V friends in Covington. days for cash only. Now is for time to all persons concerned in any way with its celebration. The fact that this is Mv4. Frank C. Hughes is visiting rel2vi Frankfort's centennial year seems not atives in t. Sterling. Miss Fannie Bullock is visiting to have been thought of until some time in April Inst, when a few of our friends at White Sulphur. Judge ft E. Gaines left yesterday for citizens called a meeting through this SEMCKSJES fa && RSZ5& ESBEnQ jfifti SZK2 ESSSSEHSISa a visit to Topeka. Kansas. paper and organized a Centennial AsW a M5 " Urrtf J& . U& ft n YdT W T n n A Misr, Laura Craddock has returned IT; ui 'J rLrj rS.Airrf''r- - e& &J sociation for thepurpose of taking steps B535$ EE22 WSS! K UAJJI&I looking to the holding of the meeting. from her visit to Washington City. Masters Harris and Stoddard JohnCorrespondence was at once opened ston are visiting friends in Covington. with former citizens of Frankfort who "vr,23IZr3?2L3 ZESZ-ILi"Rev. Julius E. Wri&hr, of Versailles, are now holding distinguished posito this city this week, tions in other States, and the matter made a flying trip i"j".'fr". Mr. Lee Buckley, of Washington having sufllciently recovered from her began to be talked over freely with jCJVV tfrm City, is visiting iiis parents in this city. recent illness to admit of her leaving. .:r the people of Frankfort, and up to the rt Dr. John Scott, of Texas, is visiting ' .?, present time it is believed that not a Col. John "W. McGrath, representing his mother, Mrs. R. W. Scott, in this A. W. Mann's clothing house, and single person hns been written or spok- city. aaent for the celebrated chestnut ringDEALERS 1N- en to on this subject who did not heartMr. Jas. C. Bradley returned Satur-fro- er, was in the city Thur lay, the guest ily approve of the movement. In n a visit of several months to Col- of Col. D. C. Crutcher, who Hook him worll it has iiad the stamp of success orado. around to see the boys. 9 w- upon it from the start. No doubt one of Miss Mona Tate left "Wednesday M'KM JN MKMOBIAM. the main features of the popularity of morning for a visit to Xaragnnsett Pier, Dieij. At the rcsU'tuce of her ' the measure results from the known Rhode Island. Emi.. In Llnueu3. Mlftouil, on IrM.iy, i. 2.1. lttG, lira. Fans y R. (iiirxEii, In the SMth fact that it is to be so conducted as to Miss Myrtle Down, of Green Springs, Jtilj oilier age. jtur S give every church, profession, office, Ohio, is the guest of Dr. Flora B. WilThe deceased v.ns tho v.Mowof the late Bernard AGENTS FO'R- tt trade, party and calling a fairnnd equal liams in this city. Glltncr, of Woodford county, and a most estimable Mr- - J. A. Coons and son, Master 'i.rirti.'in l.iiiv. in p.irlv life slio irofe3&ed her fultli representation, looking alone to the and with the DurtJst success of the grand enterprie, with Henry, have returned from a visit to in Christ and united Missouri some ten Church,since, jear.i relatives in Danville. until h(.r removal to good feeling for all and malice toward Jffl(4 and zilou3 member of Clear Cieek v.iih an Mioses EmmaKavannngh and Mat-ti-e Church, tamestVersailles. In all her long and uselul none. It is not at all strange that all nesr REAPERS & MOWERS. Jones are visiting friends in the liroit was her earnest cndcaor to me a:vwfl near good people who have influence and Flat Creek neighborhood. to (Jod and to practice in her llfo and conversation These machines arc unexcelled for talents are ready and anxious to aid in Mrs. Jas. "W. Blackburn, of "Wash- the tcjchlnss of the Ulble, which book bI.o delighted simplicity, durability and lightness such a movement; indeed it would be ington City, is visiting her father, to read aboe nil otheis. Aim wnen, in ner iieciiimiu "biAflS strange if n single person be found who Judge G. W. Craddock, in this city jeans, time had dimmed her vision so tnat she could -' .. W IVT.' yV"iV j "J " of draft. A full line of repairs in (i,4.' iu' kir,s, r ..J iio longer peruse Us beloved nages, and it w.is not 1lf$sXlZU: J would withhold his talents or his aid WiSW.:isSS.&2a stock. Call and examine our stock Ji Mr. John P. Starks has gone to Kan- coinenientforotheiotoreadto her, she would sit irvfg&g:v9-- ' on such nn occasion. The first orators sas City, Mo . for the purpose of in- for hours and repeat from memory chapter after before buying elsewhere. in Kentucky have cheerfully consented venting in real estate in that growing tlmpttr to herself, taking fcwett conifoit from the city. piomlsts therUn conMlned to those who lovo the to deliver the centennial orations, and or gentle disposition, Dr. Sum. James and bride returned S.n lor. Kind andwife In mother eer no better more than half a dozen of Kentucky's lived than and more affesttonuto most gifted poets are now preparing Wednesday from their bridal tour and che, mid to her children, grandchildren and great have taken rooms at Mr. Jsis. M. BiMiidchlldren Is left the blessed heritua of a life centennial ode several of them to be Todd's. , and character most beautiful In its every feature, Hr.a just rccived hio read by the poets themselves and the Misses Alice and Cordie Jeffershavc and one v.oithy of their closest Imitation. TTVunl-fiv- f alini'tn,' filing frt ln cutiir 'i. ' returnrd from a month's visit to Thoj'h loving hearts and gentle handa ministered InteiiKO orchestra of divine singers. If the Vwlliamstown, Lexington and "Win- - irt her bed (Ide. her last hour.i were thoje of her lips, pain and sulTerlng. Not a murmur escaped Chester. programme is carried out to the end OPawaited tlio summons but with calm Hon E H.Taylor, jr., attended the of tho Master resignation she hlier," and gently on the high plane on which it has been to "coma up at the Hotel Lafayette, breathed her llfo away. opening started, we see no reason to doubt that St. Paul, hall loves, Brstes & Minnesota, on Saturday even"She to not dead, but liveth now, by the time the centennial is over the ing, July 8d. stuinp'd on her biow, Qnll nnd examine tho I Eternal life fi good people of Frankfort will forget Jojb uncoiijehed till now impart Mioses Nina McGoodwin and Lena Their Tull fruition to her heait; that any differences or Bennett, of Louisville, are visiting SOUTHERN All pa!n and sorrow, sin forgot, Miss Fannie Marshall Ilerndon, at Loever existed between them, and they Llfetvcrlustln& Is her lot, will have occasion to rejoice that this cust Grove. Wrought Steel Range, She lives with Him who for her bled, Mrs. Debhio Timmons and Mi-- s Mol- movement gave them the occasion for If this bo death, then (die is dead." The new Library Lntnpo, now Gns Fixtures, tlio famous acting in harmony as a united people lie Smith, of this county, left Wednes11 1 IC 1. day morning to visit friends in Perry having but one common object in county, Indiana. Iii this county, on S.iturd.i. .Tuly 3d, 188C, Mr. WBRB MOMS view. By keeping open house on that i'KAiu-KIn tho b'Jth jwir of his age. JT .jih.i Mr-O. M. Reynolds, who has been Wilmam occasion nnd extending the invitation visiting relatives here for several s And to many other useful articles broadcast all over the State, and even weeks, left Thursday morning for her to me :.(iti!, nil ht the to other States, Frankfort will have the home in Alpine, Alabama. OK DR. W. D. RODMAN. TMIOMTUHPASTUIU: LOWEST HARD TIME PRICE?. opportunity to return and repay many Miss Lena Lorey, of Portsmouth, I near this city, on Friday. .July 2, 16KG, :i leddlsh- jellow AliUKU.Ni;! cow. uoiu iiiiiu ieei wiuiu 10 an act of kindness and generosity Ohio, who has been visiting her hocks and white on Welly. When last heard lrom was . which she has received in bygone brother, Mr. Frank Lorey, in Belle- - on l,:iwreiiteuurgilke.!ie'irK.M. I. A liberal d to me. will ib paid for her rttarn point, left for homo Saturday. Of nil Innd3 policltcd in looting, guttering years and put her.-el- f J. and her fitizens July 10. gab fitting and plumbing. m Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stuart and famion' the most pleasant and agreeable ly, of Louisville, accompanied by Miss Give me a call, F. I. terms with representative people in all jMinnieTuelJ, returned home Tue.-da- y .sections a position which the capital after a visit to Mrs. A. G. .fellers. rUl'ITAL LODOE. XO.C, MEETS EVERY MOX- city has so long striven to deserve, and Misses Lula Jones and Lily Easley, day nU'lit Visiting urouiers coniiany nivneu e " "A " Wl m l.El'.A.OWii.V.X. (1. which she still desires to maintain. wno nave dvvu vetting their relatives. Ju W JTJi, .Jlz CI , J. It. AVn.MAiis, Sec. COLLINS. This is Frankfort opportunity, and Me.-,- rs. Jas Goin and Fred Smith, in Api 10 tf. cit-rJj,ft Tucsdl,y to visit the ; we are happy to believe that our poo- -' t'ls General Ineuranoe ..'... pie not omy realize ,,( are tuny capo Mammoth Cave. Oillco on Main St., Furmcw' Uauk. Miss Flora IJ. AVilliams returned Satble of rising on that occasion to the urday from tho Medical University at THE TERRY FARM! AFl'ICE, MAIN STREET, Ol'P. ItODMAN EROS, REPRESENTING full measure of the situation, and of Ann Arbor, Michigan, having gradW Teeth exuautd without pain by tlio use of nmr.a) tf 13 Leading American offering to her invited guests and to uated from that institution and receiv-th- o A WELLbvKNOWN AND VITUY TINE FARM, Vj Wtroui.0 Oxide (or Uushlny;) gai. miles turnpike from I'r.uikfort or Litwrenst-Imrui Foreign Ccrcpanies, l about!) miles by pikolrom either lJrld'eioit, degree of M. J). her own citizens such a feast of fat vvnn ov.Mt containing Alton or HardhiBvilie, J. B. LEWIS, things as has not been spread within Mr. II. Pope Hawkins and wife, of 217ACRES! acres. Tho $ioo,oioo,coo,oi ASSETS. her limits during the century. Such a Greenville, Mississippi, will arrive in All In glass or clover, except about 20 house brick a '7"ERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON 1'AIIM PROP- -I result would truly place Frankfort in this city next week to spend the sum- improvements consist ofnndtolidlj builtgood double crty .ut lo'vesit r.itt'H. Aiscnt Anchor Lino of Jfjtchei), olbeven mer with his father, I)r. J. ltussell rjiliin for iooiiib, pantry htnbleH. Iiuct house, cran- Steamship, Prepaid Ticket hold from any point in servants. lame an enviable position. To bring about Hawkins, near this city. Kpikv (iieat Jli'.uuln or Ireland. KENTUCKY, ui; aiy, corn crib, Apr.iwy. well and Ing good, and u great deal of It new. Elno Kiich a result should be the constant HIS SERVICES TO THE TR DE AS AN Miss Maggie Lewis returned Satur- - spring In the jard, and abunilanco of stock water. Jol) Work Hwuly cxe- effort of every true ft lend of Frank Terms liberal. Deferred pi; meats to cult pur- OFFERS Imvlnc Intel twelve ye.nn fxperieiicu, asi Revenue (iaur,rtr, in the buslnoss. chaser. Call on the under.dued, on tho picmlRcs. fort'a prosperity in the new century ofi grandmother, Mrs. W. McD. Al!)bett, July Mm. cutcil at tliis cilice. Prompt iittuulon to orders. Telophono No. 11. U. S. KINKEAD. ." Am. GREAT RE DUCTION thirty the buy CLOT MING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. TT W &U i - ra GESjIEEBQ b"v EiGS X. -- rwj& m Farmints Implement -- son-in-la- , Hardware, Btajgies Wifffons, Harness. Saddles 90. lcCorsnIek . yixi i Biocfers, I i r- L Vl ,r,. ICI -- FY lar-'c- - SFIill'oG STOCK wmm. heart-burnin- gs BIWPJPI ij. .riF n b QUEEN. , . STRAYED! I j.trl IIS, tooxnu-meiOL- ..,,. row-.u- JOB "Work c. 3 0. 0. V 11 J. S. ': I DT3ISTTIST, Apnt, Opi-wit- o Practical Gauger, l'KANKl-'OUT, .smoke-hous- e, hen-hous- A-- '$m ii ' J i ' it 'H-- v ?V -v i ' r i, ,, v u. - ' I 'ffT ABIffHft W:iu,L;;, mmME3S!emMj&i ft tVHTA.rVl, M t. I ,w tsAmk' a.e. a D v. .: , it . t m X, .war t . :tmm,m n 71 , J.A,tew : .i'Jfc'i.ifcl, V?'''" i Sk ml -- ''" WlJ AN IftfOirP " UOUNDABUUT. FHAXKFOIIT. JULY 10. 1880. .. Iiov P. S. Fall will preach at Grassy Spring on next Lord's Day, July 11th, at 11 o'clock. ft The break in the pump at the water Works was repiirel Monday and the "water again turned into the pipes that afternoon. l Mr. Davaie will preach nt the Chris- complete the Government Building in HIllll.V Ullll Bll liltUU.V tian Church tomorrow morning and this city has passed the Senate and steadily and progreively utilized as Tt leads !tf. night hs iHitnl. Night service begins been signed by the President, and it is in Ayer's Saisaparilla preparation the for list as a truly scientific at 8 o'clock. to be hoped Hint work will soon be re- all blood disoas.es. Judge V. II. Holt has rented the sumed upon it and pushed to an early Mrs. Lucy A. Davis was granted a residence of Judge (. W. Craddock, completion. divorce from her husband, Theodore t oiv Shelby straet, and will take posseThursday morning of last week Davis, at the late term of the Frank sion about the first of Septemoer. Page and lin Circuit Court, on the ground of Charley Berry, white, another little colored boy, none of cruel and inhuman treatment. Miss Fannie Itorndon entertained a play- Grove them over 8 years of age, were few young friends at Li-n- st ing on the river bank at the foot of Foil Sali':. A neat frame cottage, Farm, near this city, on Friday even- Mero .street, when Page and the other located on Shelby street, lot 2:j by (io ing, in honor of h?r guests, Misses feet, with water in the yard, and all Nina McGoodwin and Lena Bennett, colored boy fell in the river and were necessary conveniences, is offered for ofL'wiivillf thf occasion also being about being drowned, when Charley sale. Will take $(500 cash. Apply to Berry ran into the water nearly up to Miss Fannie's birthday. his neck t nd pulled tivnn out. When Moses Butcher. t" t d m m .m m m H H Ki ti JP K M The newsboys of thn city lvrl a pic- the little 'ellow realized how near they No injurious effects can follow the m Mt.jajA.jn, am. VJLH.AJ its nic in Alley's woods, on the Glens were lowing tneir lives and ho had use of Ayer's Ague Cure in malarial AftfrezsiT Creek pike, on Monday, which was saved them, he win frightened nearly disease-!- . It contains a specific and unquite u success. The affair wa man- out of his wit3 and burst into a flood failing antidote to miasmatic poisons, with remedial agents which expel the Tho most wonderful Pain- aged by Master Tom nie G. Newman, of tears poisonous humors, purify the system, Curcr tho world has ever and there were about thirty little felas Mr. Joe and leave it healthy and reinvigor-ate- d Last Monday known. Your money Avill lows in attendance. The day wan Ridge, was returning bo returned if not found spent in all kinds of amusement and Tracy, of Pea city he saw a as represented. drunken home from Mis on the new Tho workman engaged they enjoyed themselves so much that man with his hoise across the plank Sullivan block take this method of not return to the cify until 7 they did sidewalk on Second street completely thanking thoe citizens whoso kindly Children Gry for Pitchers o'clock in the evening. hlnnkndiiur if. Mr. Trnov bolnod tho gave them the information several Castoria. ' of th" new Public man, who was about to fall, carefully times (about 1,000) last week that the The corner-ston- e r&K&sm&sm!!tmutam rr.; School Building will ba laid with Ma- off and laid him on the side of weather was hot. the road out of danger of passsonic ceivmonies on Siturday evening S1? next, July 17th. The Committee of Ar- ing vehicles and then tied the horse by and left him. Just then a rangements are at work making prepa- close OF THE CONDITIO OF THE rations to have a grand affair of it. The rock fiew over Mr. Tracy's bead, who When Bat7 waa sick, tto pavo her Castorta, Deposit Bank of Frankfort, Indges of , Masons, Odd, Fellows, on turning round saw the drunken When oho ivas a Child, 8ho cried for Castorta, Frankfort Cotn- - man in tho act of throwing another. When oho hecamo Mtas, sho clung to Castorla, Knights of Honor and AT THE CLOSE OI DUslI.NEJi mandery, Knights Templar, and Can- Joe says if either rook had struck him When oho had Children, sho gavo thorn Castoria, 30TK, 1883. ton Berry, T. O. O. F., have, been in- in the head he would never have been vited to turn out, and the City Council, able to a&sist any man again drunk or ASSETS. Fire Department and Police are ex- sober and that as far ,as that man is concerned he believes in prohibition Slfir.,052 21 For Satji: on Rkxt. The residence Loans nnd Discounts pected to take part in the procession. :j7,.7o o:i of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. Cfish strictly enforced. , Bernard G. Witt, Esq , of Henderlfi.7C3 27 Duo from Bnnka. . . Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, 1,5100 00 Furniture son, Grand Master of Masons, has been The following named Odd Fellows " 0,"i Farmers having real good butcher Protest to be pveiont and perform the were installed as oflicers of Capital invited 1C,B0S) 11 on hand, which they wish to pell, Real Estato ceremony, but in casa lie cannot come, Lodge No. G, Monday night, July uth, stuff receive the highest market prices Stamps. HO 00 will Win, Ryan, Esq., of Louisville, has for tho ensuing term of six months: by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main 227.0051 !) been invited to act as bis proxy. street Lee A. Owens, N. G. Adam K. Stephens, V. G. LIABILITIES. Sanger ! A iicjlccfcjilcomorcougn The Mikado Troupe went from this J. Russ. Williams, Sec'y. or other fatal to l'liiMiuintii i. 77,100 00 Capital Stock city to Versailles Tuesday evening and Sronir':: JPsstorrtrPiilT '.losiroa E. A. Fellmer, Treas. Old Dividend 2K 00 hviiiM-ii- -. in'iliH iliitiilr 2,322 00 Dividend No. 550, P. per cent. . h'--' idiiiho as fttnisaudb played before a large and enthusiastic u.i,s,tlotr, Win. McEnuis, O. G. 1:13,5)32 (il Individual Depositors . . . . audience, standing room in the hall be-- , After which they adjourned to the Profit and Los 12."rl 18 Escapes. RSiraculozis ing at a premium. Mr. Frank Hutch- north hall of the Temple and paitook 387 00 State Tux completely captivated of refreshments furnished by the newison's Ko-K- o W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winches227,005) (! the audience, and he was enchored five ly installed oflicers. After having par- ter, Intl., write.--: "One of my customduring the evening. The taken sumptuously all present wended ers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonia, Ranor six.tlmes H. H. "WATSON, Cashier. with bilanee of the company did their parts their way home hoping that Capital dolph Co., Ind.,wnsalongsufferer to die Consumption, and was given up better than at any previous perform- Lodge No. 0 might continue to do the by her physicians. She heard of Dr. Adl'Menil of three f.1) per cent, will be paid on Iupolt Hank the Ciplt.il ance, and the citizens of Versailles same great good in the present term King's Now Discovery for Consump- on and alterbtocl: ot theJul) 'l, ISfcb. of Frankfort tatarday, began buying it of me. Jn tion, and H. a. WATSON, Cashier. were so well pleaded that they were that.she has in the past ninety-ninsix months' time sho walked to this JulyMt. anxious for them to repeat the percity, a Honorable W. C. Herndon, City At- so muchdistance of six miles, and is now formance last night. improved she has quit using it I The Versailles correspondent of the torney, has served notice on the School She fools she owes her life to it." of the entertain- Board, that in consequence of the tall Free Trial Bottles at Jos. LeCompte'.s Midway Clipper (5 trees and rich foliage in the school Drug Store. ment: s' Hall yard field glasses are inadiquate for HOKEOPATHISTS ! The Mikado in effects Opera examining school buildings from of The soothing and restorativerealized Tuesdav night by the Frankfort Ayer's Cherry Pectoral are Company was attended by the largest a bridge stand point. The School in all oases of coughs, throat or lung 317 JMLJ&.Z2ST ST. greeted an which lias troubles, while its powerful healing OPPICE 'uly Win. here in years. Nor was any Board havo come to the conclusion, qualities are shown in the most pulne disappointed, fgr the opera was after dicussing tiie subject fully, that monary disorders. ''first-clas- s WM. CROMWELL Koko it would be trespassing upon private in every particular. was especially lino in his character, and hospitality to accept Mr. A. W. Overresidence of Dr. BlackTho desirable was greeted with vociferous applause. Attos'&iey-at-Law- , to KutMia was something ton's kind offer by using his piazza for burn, at South end of Logan street in His address grand. An effort will be made to have watching the progress of the new South Frankfort, is for rent. Apply to AND it repeated here shortly. school building, and as the majority of Frank Chinn, for terms. "BjODjI o the City Council have failed to provide of sorts' with lienrincho, PRACTICE IN TUE COURTS OF If 'out torulrt or. palp in back or stomnch a glorious opportunity the means to get to the platform which Mr. What side, disorder, Franklin ami the adjoining counties, nnd etc . ppkIi ft nun iid i.tf.il. Onu dne will aliKi givo fpevinl attention to the purchase turfmen will have for getting up a Buckley so generously floored to build nttitronu'a S.wmtivo Pilla will sivo rolU-- t and sale of rial eguito, cullection of rents, combination horse race a trotting among the branches of oneof the shady A lew ('.oscm realm u u nuw health and vigor. Iniuif, and tho negotiation ot loans. Office race and a running race on the mile elms, the friends of the School Board Louisville steam bread and rolls at opposite Court . llousu. 1 Juno track at the old Fair Grounds as a part a majority of the City Council in- Kleber's. St. of tljo centennial on the (ith of Octo- cludedhave determined to get up a rrNTOT'zoiEi If you want a and Ten monster petition to the Honorable hams, bacon or good juicy steak, sweet ber! Have Longfellow 's lard go to Mack M Broeck, two of the most noted living Secretary of the Treasury, requesting store, No 223 Main street, oppoI $.: f!4-thorscsl present as visitors for the crowd him to order Capt. Grubbs, the super- site Dr. Duvall's residence. rNDKUSIfiNKI) HAS A f to look at and admire. Such races and intendent of the new government j i I meat store for bale, on a uood bushier street. Cure for Piles. a regular sale of thorough broil horses building, located on the north bank of All the stole lhturea and butcher tooln are just :.h Piles are frequently preceded by a Kood as new I desire to change biulnesii. Will could be arranged without interfering the Kentucky river, to prepare at once sense of weight in the back, loins and cell the outfit In lots to suit purchaser. 31. I'L'CRKHARDT. with the general proceeding? of the the cupola, with cushioned seats, and lower part of tho abdomen, causing JunoSC-tf- . regular centennial. Go to work, the necessary instruniunts,such as efiee-tio- n the patient to suppose has sone oar trumpets, Sc, for the use friends of the turf, and arrange these of tho kidneys or neighboring or- BOARDERS WANTED race and sales m a part of the cente- and comfort of the School Board so gans. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, HOARDING AT AIRS. FREEMAN'S nnialthey will work together like a that they can see tho work on the now of tho stomach, llatuloney, uneasiness l boarding house, No. 122 North bt. Clair St. ect Amoisture, like school building as It goes on and have perspiration, producing a very disa- Hoard by tho day or week. All desiring charm. their boys might also have a the new building com nlttee order the greeable itching, after getting warm, board will Nnd It to MRS. Intorct to callNESH1TT. , The small FRl'KMAN X boat a;ice--- a rowing match from the superintendent, Mr Jeffer.--, to instruct is a common attendant. Blind, BleedItching Piles yield at once to ing lock to the Ilermltago Distillery. Mike Buckley what street fill to put the and application of Dr. Bosanko's Bdys, organize your rowing clubs at the dirt at as ho exoavitates it from Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon A QUICK, PERMAN-IICERTAIH CURE FBI? tho parts effected, absorbing the Tuonce and delight the people with a the collars. Lo3torFailingZlXsEhoo'l.lfoi'voui,o'3 mors, allaying the intenso itching, and .fmok of Stroueth, boat race at the centennial A move-al- l Vigor or Jovolopmont, Have used Tongalino in neuralgia effecting a permanent Price oO along the line is tho way to make with period succci-.- ; one was a case oi cents. Address, Tho cure. Bosunko OnnsnJ br iiKUscratluns. eXQcavn, cto Uenefit In a Dr. tUMGiiremmiully within n montb. No l).cptlon norQuncxory. 1'oslttvB l'rnof, full description aud, the centennial the biggest thing ever neuralgia of the heart. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by lottnrof Hi'rlco in plain nlcU ontulopo, fthu, UUE M EDICJAX. CO., I'.O. JJranor IW. IJUIaio. N.Y. wituessed in Kentucky. J. U. Clarke, M. D., Cuba, Mo. Hughes & Chiles. thof Eov E. C. Snvngc will beirin a pro Cornico Polra 30 conts cnch nt H. Jon1' L. Ssolt will ndch-C' Teneliers' AwoelnHon at Peak's Mill traded mooting at Cedar Chapel, near lingers. Farni(lnli, Sunday, July 18th. The dkaleI'I- Ngreat evangelist of the Louisville ' wm ' Rev. G. F. Hagby will preach at ' n IOK.IAILM'. ran H st n M sn Itev. J. S. Kecne, c(inliif!tnnj Buck Run ChuHi, this county, on to the service. All are invited to attend Wento authorised to unnouneo KM McDANIEL 9 fisi 1 8 i i 1 5 1 I u h Republican candidate for Jailor of i'r.inklln morrow, July 11, at 11 o'clock, a. m n i R o and all who do wait on the Lord will county. PS Wcarc atttlmrircfl to announces. N. DAVID Notwithstanding the complaints of be benefited. SON at an Independent Cindldate forjailcr of q 8 a fj al 8UwVn v I I'r.inMln entity, ngauitt the field, subject (ho farmers during the wet weather Fop. Sam:. A fine heifer n!f. Ap of the people at the Attaint election, 1886. to the will Inst month, the wheat crop is a very ply to 11. K. McClure. FOR CITY MARSHAL. COF"ffZ2?S3J fair one in thi section. In nn tifhi'r liK'Hicinnl nvennnitinn ' Wo nre nuthoized to nnnouncoW. S. MORRIS na c,ec The bill appropriating 3ir,)0 to have the results of thomost intelligent ;Vm"iG.t0 for c,ljr M,,wlul nt ""- - Anwut i I ( to-iln- y. 'O PAPPDC X. JLKJJJ JLLiTvO p ' 9ffi W Wt 0B eon-feranc- e, f, U i H h M - 3 13 Sa-- y Seal &e. " HlMl-llllll- I Mn Is and Ite ;y. Fis im A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, nUNITORT.KY. the li.tcst stjle furniture constantly in stock. 3I.iy Mv. All L. F. COMI TON. C. JlACKLIK. C031PTON&MACKLI3N, -- l'itrfi::,TOi- i , ilE ilPill E oiler System, lttkl lUllE HAVE THE ELEHOR W ROLLER MILLS, iTLI, ' I w T cm In AND .MAMI ACTLIIE Six of the best grades of the host Hour made in tho woild. Itol Square Ofllce and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap Jan.2 lP801v. rr'mw JCa -- SAVED SEi: UY (JOINO TO I ATSWHWS pts ttStjir-.i- y ykS&Jl'J) S vu " OK! m.Jc If M3a & & vo) y. tit liU i!VJUX t'il iAU&'sU svai TM aw V a jHHy rr m aiyrThi JA fl r v :n r.'i irvTi VSM irr ,7fl 'a. la ii 11 1? ! , -- f, J 'V',ttri i lm i fl-l-t- limj-io:- ul t tiy.spi-pin.ii- i 3H-- . V. Jan. BERBERICH! i T Taken up as a Stray. Frankfort, two b mow '104s about one and a hah about cue bundled find IKtv lbs Kara old each, one black and tho ether black w'th white spotH, which 1 h ne aj praised at dollars each. Witness my hand this 21th d i of June. IfG. R. A. ril03ISuN, J C. C. June 2Wt. welf-liin- DULY. ON THE FRANKLIN PY JOHN turnpike LIVINGone mile from tho I) ,'c Owen road, clt of e. te I, II t 11, FOR LEASE FOR TERM OF YEARS. HOUSE IN MANSION IIOUSK HCiLDING now occupied bv John llaly as a reU!eno on Main streit. onj osito the limine House, loutaluliif,' l rooms, to wlileh cm be added 4 or h moic rooms If requtrid. It Is the btht luc.it.oii In Fnaikfcrt for t private notel or Uo.trolni; house. Apply to T-Ili: A Odd-Follow- June 2ii-l- tNU. HALY. enter-uinme- nt I hae bousht fiom ilrj. Addle (i.irrett. administratrix ot E. hlUMdes, dtceased, his entire Interest lu the npiIE NOTIGE! PUBLIC IS 11EREHY NOTIFIED Z THAT I Estate Agent, Furniture and Undertaking 1 1 BUSINESS. And lue sold one-ha- lf interest In my buIne.ss to W. S. DEHONEY And hereafter the stjla of the Ilrm will be 25-- Sal-yer- f. Moat Stoso For Sale K FIH&T-CLASS STATEN 3Iay 8-- tf & DEHONEY, JAS. T. S r.VTEN. q-H- And the business will bo continued ut tho old stand ot Whltes'idea A Staten, No. 218 bt. Cl.ur stivet. fl E W PLAKINU MILlT floid-ghuo- s, J.M. WAKEFIELD Havlngrcecntly added tolils Establishment First-Cln- ss TIRST-CLAS- S llrt-el.is- s Planing 31111, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of T, ALSO Wn-Uneas- , Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-tf. & Turnla Gotten out in tho Dost Stylo. ) , A ' :'ti w, wa bi ra Vf' "1 w !iiltttoMNattlteiMMNtttfiafcMi .' Frankfort roundabout. ? I er to step down and out, thereby giving l!ace to tiiose more worthy. A gentleman by the name of Burrls was found dead on the pike leading Forfes of Bflkliorn. frHiii Law'renceburg to Urat'fiins'hurg last Tuesday, lie w'ad hunting ileal Hot niul dry. thf Tei-'t- .cIiobl liolm'e had in climbButtor scarce. ing dver the striiie! fence1, the supposiPotatoes plentiful. tion, is he .fell, eaushig tlie gun to Oats ready to harvest. discharge the contents, entering the Threshing has commenced. The First load of ww wheat at EllihOrri abdomen,. I'ausing instant death. childwife arid two little jMills July G. Cholera Is claying the ehickbhs ren have tlie uiifeighod sympathy of they Entire cdmmunity. Esii. S. M. Tins-Je. around here Mrs. Cornelius Cox has been ijuitti iB HWd an iilqiiedt title! the abovd W the rentier! it?. sick for the "pact week. Mr. Mace Tjiieas visited Loutevilte Biabklen'B Afhiba SftlVek this week oil business Born,-O- ly 0, to the wild Of Mr. .Tin: Best: S"ALViiih the world fof . Wash Troxwell, a (laughter buts, Bruis'fs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Mrs. 3ohn fierce, of Pctk'd Mill is Rheuin , Fever Spres, better, Chapped Visiting relatives at AVoodlake. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all MKs- Pugh, of Soott umtnty, U Skin Eruptions, and. positively cures visiting her sister, Mn. Win, Ireland. Piles, or noi pay rPqiiired. It is d Mlfe4 MnsrRle Allen, of StodniiiliyilltV to give perfect satisfaction, oi is Visiting her sister, Mrs. SdUtli Trliii inoney refunded. Price 2o cents pfer kit'- l)OXi For sale by Joe LeComlite. Misses Nellie Trabiie and Willie y riof-striekc- ii .... of scripbook, but there is one ture, which, to ids mind, does not seem to hold good in every day life, viz: "That which ye sow, ye shall leap " We know a case where one sowed with the sweet hope of reaping, bat ere the harvest was ready behold another came in aim reaped. Thi case seems very much like going back to the old Jewish custom of laboring M years for the object the heart adores. We are persuaded, however, that the present case is different from that of Jacob laboring for Rachel, inasmuch as both sower and reaper, having served their time like faithful servants, went away with empty hands and sad and heavy pas-sag- gilar-iuitec- hearts. "Tis sad to love, but old how bitter To love a girl and thou can'tgit'er." There was an informal gathering at the residence of Mr. .losiah Penn last week. We failed to learn whether it was a musicale et soiree, or whether tlie object was to devise ways and nieans'for the fete that was given at Cedar Grove school house on last Saturday evening. We presume from the quantity of fricassee and blanc mange Icrrlbto ftchc9 ono's poor head For th indeflnlta nchen and pains of nerronl is superior tins, ana unat suucrmg u caused by tneso patient, TgNOALTMEuoaancne or toanyothornno Tflin... ujnn. Musml may bo had from Nervous. jnatiem, torisnnrronB n cpoctfic." headacbesi Relief it almnet Neuralgic, or kick Hcadacho by tho uso of PinK Riicnrt, M. D , 8t. rani, Minn, but " tttlVA ..(Aft TnWrtlTtUr Ih Maena n V.s......1l VwrvfAVso "lilcn la not a cure-alWMyAVWVl which Is ft cure for Nervous Headaches with succors in almost ovei7 instance. fiendache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica In strictly NeurMpIo firms it ia unexcolled." O. D. ftOBTOM. M. D Cincinnati. Ohio. and Gout. No proprietary medicine lias ever TONOAT.tNl r.frl(?n tn ttrn obtained such strong endorsement from tho cases of habitual tm fllrnflrlvtlnnA tmnii Headache." medical profession. TittO. nititMAJW. M.D . St. Thomas. Mo. FOIl SALE BY ALT. DRUGGISTS. ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. rtEl.LGEK, Sola Proprietor. 700 and 711 WASUtKGTO.V AVKHUK, ST. LOU13. How" funny l, 11 riaPWWHf D 'apjiai uiy -- 1 U N b a iviacn.ne wopks, a J. B. Heek, Propreitor. AGENT FOR- Saw-mill, Hobb are visiting Miss Josie Murphy . sister. AT- A luSt Cln1,vnt1 id nil flifi iHlJ Ul, 'this week love sick sinking fa4l, nc. (hopes of recovery. Miss Gertrude Sharp, Who resides near Frankfort, was out Visiting relatives last Wednesday. lOtltrriccl home Miss Bcttie J.nes ."Monday from a short vMt to her sister, Mrs. Barry South, at Frankfort sand . . - that the gathering J. P. Manny MoWcr, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing ComThe fete was quite pany's Peerless Threshers and Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Veather tine. Wheat stacking a success, the committee having clone progress Harrow and cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider way the Blackberries are ripe employment itself (piite an honor by the Followwhole ailair was conducted. Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Uciler for the small boys. the names of those who were Miss Georgia Hodges is visitin.g ing arecommittee of arrangements: Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps rriebds near Stamping Ground this tin the wiis served, was for the latter. in tfc&k's mill. that Br S E. phur, returned home last week. Quite a laiiie crowd attended Mt :, Mrs. Henry Penn and Miss Eudora Ulllliv.!! locf SnnihlV OVPlllllfTr Gaines, from near Frankfort, spent 4 JCilStlllL m......l. inc. to listen to tlio splendid discour.-- e of Saturday and Sundav with tlie family Bro j. II. Saliti. of S. X. For-e- e. Meeting of the Forks The Teachers' ,., .!.,,,-.- ...Itl lVn lllllfl of . Mr. A L. Triplett left last week for ! o.... !.... It! Frankfort having obtained a position Bro. Wm. Bedford's residence Thurs at the Feeble-minde- d Institute. Sucday evening, July cess to you. Arch. Miss Laura Beers, ft most charming There will be a County Teacher's young lady of Detroit, Michigan, has Meeting and Sunday-schopicnic at been visiting the Misses Wilson, near Pleasant nill Church Saturday, July Woodlake. She returned home last 10th. Basket dinner and general good ti'me expected. Thp Frnnklin County Teachers As- - Euterpe has touched a vibrating cnnniiin will inopf nf Poilk'S Mill tO- chord in the Peak's Mill vicinity. Mr. of that place C. G. Hockersmith has purchased of day. - Tlie Sunday-schoo-t l ii, in Vill also give a picnic, uoui win uu Mr. Shoemaker, agent for D. II. BaldITH1 nillll'Pll. lwlrl Dlwcml win, of Louisville, a handsome upDr. Wm. Pryor, of Georgetown, but right piano. .i- uwwu jateiv oi tnis coniuiiiiiii.v, We are pleased to state to the reader ... :.::.,. r.inurl Wp nrp l.iJt wnnlr ,.v.v-.- . V1M11IIU liioi ""4 "- - of the RpuxDAUouT that he can probglad to know the doctor appreciates ably And out more about the incorpom i . vu our mjiiis. """ ration of Peak's Mill from an itinerant . lioin oc infnvpsfhio- ns linSible. preacher from , who comes in tlie We are glad to know that the Paris neighborhood occasionally, collects all Kentuckian exchanges with us, ana the news afloat, and is not backward kn ,.ri,q j,, fimiiU-fii-l if friend Crad- - in.settingit afloat. flnck or some member of his staff .Tlie fete for the benefit of Cedar would occasionally send one to the Grove school-houswas a grand sucForks Reporter, Box 1!), as he is an cess. Everything went on pleasantly. and would bo glad to hear Great mnViy in attendance notwithfrom their occasionally. Our regards standing tlie inclemency of the weathto the boys. er. It was all that was expected except the scarcity of (goose) berries. There was but one on the market and Bridgeport As that was of the Davis variety there Was no demand for it. Too sour Dryef. to sell. . Chairman; All of the above T claim are tlie best in Mr James Hnyhes has" also Purchas- Mrs.S. M. Forsee. Assistant Mioses Katie Ilockersmith, Jennie ed a magnificent organ from the same Hodges, Nannie Forsee, Claudia Sulli- in stock and take pleasure in showing them partj , f' van, '"Babe" Forsee, Mrs. Henry 'has been attending school in Ohio, is Geo Colarh and daughter, Cluirch, Mrs. Len Church, Mrs. Joslah rort, Ky. visiting relatives near oieunmmyuv. Miss Ruth, of Woodlake, spent last .Tun T5ocna rnirrrtn Ollinil 1111(1 LlziG week with relatives here. Penn, Messrs. Geo. Sullivan, Mat. SulMr. Len. Hodges, who act..Toff, nf Wniidford. Were anioiic: the . Miss Ollip Hockei-smith- . .who has livan, and last Sun-- been attending school at White Sul- ed in the capacity of Chief Overseer, Dissolution visitors at our Sunday-scho- week. Senator Geo. Quarles, Chairman; " ' ' "H mm rr. T. is the market. I keep them at mv warehouse in Frank' 1v:e3:e::k:. ' r$ffl s ol ' Tlr..t " , ! '. ol of Partnership. Secretary and Treasurer. The gross were $22.80; expenses. $8.13 proceeds EXISTING the amount to pay the debt on the new THK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFOREMcDanlel, unKENTUCKY'S E0DTE EAST 1 between J. U. mid N. I. edifice, $7.(5:5, leaving the neat der the linn niimo Runner school of Dftiuner & MoDnnlel, In the roJ to lUery business In Uvjllo Point, Is this day dissolved little sum of $7.02 to be appropriated Bnmi.er retiring. N.I. Sunday-schooBesides the rich bv mutual consult. J i the buslntsi at the old 'jeuiUPTfiFJ nuiiftnriDum the uriii vnni McD.in'el will continue uuiuH, iiiilhuuiiiiii m inn iunn. things in the way of edibles, to stand. J. 0. RRAWNER, which all were treated (who had the June HIE ONLY LINK N. I. McDANIEL money to pay for it), we were treated Runninn Pullman Krw Slftaninn Pars with very melodious music made by I i i Winter fe Stone's Orchestra. We are rouSCZSSXHHS in hopes that the same committee will get up another sapper in tlie near fua. ture, as all the gastronomers went ntoit away satisfied. BSfflin ID II SATO. i Vlif! f l. .mT.i ywsi i:M 'AtAs i. -- SOLID TBAIH -- TO- .m V - PAttVENU. DR. . I. KELLEY, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, k t- 1 "Wild Cherry and Tar. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Sf ;' 4 llll-IIVl- -i - e, Everybody knows tlie virtues of WILL BE AT THE Wild C'herry and Tar as a relief and cure for any effections of tlie Throat ESOTEL and Lungs, combined with these ingredients are a few Simple healing IN FRANKFORT. KY.. remedies in the composition of Dr Bosanko's "Cough and Lung Syrup SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 18S6. making it just the article you should always have in the house for Coughs, SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. Price SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. Colds, Croup and Bronchitis 30 cents and $1 .00 Samples free. Sold All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured 3 ny llugnes aim unnes by the Urlnkerhott system wmiouruaiUG tiiekmfi WASHINGTON TJli; .- CAPITAL CITY, S ."WVi'l Connecting In Fame derot vrfth fa3t trains for 1J1KUUT ..n. 1 KOUTJK TO ,.... m TJutM VfTW AND ALL- T fwffi T.T NOllFOLff, -- 'iM. i hv, '.,1 m - or LiGATincE and without any paiii. COLLECTOR'S SALE! rort FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. II ITS Hnles, CT WR Henry Church visited her Hammond, 0 daughter, M rs. John Ford, of Mine&s-vill- Hodges, H Kano, Wm last week. Lewis, Wm Mr. Geo. Clark, late of Greenville, Lewis, Robert lias the premium Taylor Porrent Tenn., is visiting his relatives, Mr. Merchant, O C Irish Potatoes. Mr. J, S. Boberts and wife visited Henry Church's family. Mooie, Jas D Mrs. Calvin Ilockersmith and Miss Thomas, L. A relatives in this town this week. Mrs. Lizzie Roberts has been on the Mattie Haynes visited White Sulphur Todd, Mrs M L last week to attend the closing exercissick list several days this week. Wanted. Situation as teacher of vo- es of the Roman Catholic school where Cox, J W Miss OIlie Ilockersmith has been recal music. Apply at Bridgeport. Calvert, Ike Mary Littlepage, of Lawrence-bur- ceiving instruction. She contemplates Gault, J W Miss Arm- returning to the same institution in the Goins, Phil is the guest of Mrs. Mollie fall. strong. Hales, C T There is a full crop of Sunday-school- s Mrs. Cordie Gaines, of Louisville, is Lewis, Wm visiting her mother and family, near around here, there being three, of Merchant, O C which two are only 500 yards from each Todd, Mrs ML this place. f Apple dumplings. Blackberry cobbler Oat harvest in progress. Good Weather lor harvesting. has commenced. Wheat thre.-hin- g Mi Jv H. Bailey is in ouisvuie. Sister Terry is very ill with fever. Bob Cunningham is the boss hay Hotter. TAXRS. Name. Virtue o town lots. Total tax 1 FISsUHES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER For tickets and further Information annlv to vour nearest tlcketofilce. rj. TIT General Manager, KlOJIMOND, owtmrr w.o.njjii, tt r xi. itv. uxjIxKjIv, Gon. Pass. Agt., TiTTr x1 t nn . " a ? Sa EKOM AXOTIIKU CORKKSPOXDKNT. UD RECTAL CATARRH VlllGINIA. crops. Farmers are rapidly laying by their 1885. .r,00 The low, sweet hum of the threshing Calvert. Iko machine may now be heard in the dis- Gnult, JW tance. Mrs e, 200 7W) . 530 700 250 1158 00 00 30 85 lTEItU8, 3 85 Diseases of the womb that are caused by u diseased 3 45 bowel, also treated. 1 G5 Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, Housekeepers, 1,11. Attention! in m JS 'wSsffi T5v luoimuux U oxijy, IUA3, W 840 COO 5395 1884. 1000 700 100 100 700 900 100 8000 800 700 100 800 200 3000 500 200 75 Can also be cured If not too late, as tho Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In thn 95 lower bowel. 9G REFERENCES. 1 50 W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGU9 10 SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. 3 70 2 75 3 4 2 2 3 05 45 75 PRURITUS, Itching Piles, ihl.H t lillMlLlr I'M Which are qunmteed the best. Extract of Lemon My own make. & lanila, Pamphlets describing these diseases sent" free tn any one by addressing Pure Spices, ground and whole, the very best 1 can buy, ,111 1 attention Is especially called to m ialRS g, 2 8 10 2 ET, : H ,t as Lv V Ev'' ; quite feeble. Mr. James ITarrod and family have returned home from a visit to relatives at Bagdad. School teachers are now busy in their efforts to secure situations. Some will necessarily be left. Regularservicesat Bridgeport Chns- at 11 o'clock a. 5nn niuirr'h Arnold, pastor. in., Rev. T. N. For fear some one may be indicted for well it don't matter what wo won't say anything about that lo inch cucumber. Mrs. Mary Crutcher and daughter, Miss Georgia, of Duckers Station, visited friends in this section the ilrst of the week. Miss Katie Shipp, of Versailles, was she in this section last Sunday. Maypres-oncoften grace this village with her w other, and botli are in session the same Mi. Mollie Cunningham, who sick for some time, still remains hour. The third one is only about a has-bee- n Moore, J D (Bal. due) ... . . . 85 85 75 40 85 05 00 W. Dec. 2G-l- I. KELLEY, M. D., GROUND 9 BLACK 41 PEPPER, it U SJ Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa. Wine, for cooking purposes, 376 West Seventh street, Oincinnati, 0. CONSULTATION FREE. rnur ill iUil f JU11 In hHU lilU tt i tin. nt $2.60 nt il.k HHIC. per Gallon. f JOSEPH - LeEDMFTE ! - e. " TGV- - Mrs. Dr. Geo. M. Reddish has been quite ill this week. She is the guent Mrs. Mattie Jenof her aister-in-lakins. Miss Sue Jenkins left last Wednesday for Topeka, Kansas, to attend the National Teachers' Association which convenes at that place next weok. Trustees wno Knowingly uihjju.v teachers addicted to the use of a.dent spirits, pr" ""r" ( iis in their obligations a. such, and should be requested southern and eastern Kentucky. After spending a month or two he will return to begin his school. Wonder how he can stand to remain away so long when there is so much new attraction. We would advise the young man who went fishing with some young ladies last week to procure a boat of some sort instead of using his fine Munilln when he wishes to make pleasure for the ladies. He could furnish the boat with life preservers better than lie could the hat. We don't know what the result was, but we know that, through the kindness of the ladies, a Mother Hubbard bonnet was made (and not out of leaves, either) for tho young man, which lie wore homo with tlie girls. He was fortunate enough, however, to be on good terms with one of the girls' brother, from whom he borrowed a hat for the rest of his journey home. This same party may bo Zeke Yocurn's lost dude. You"corroc,r""',nMt f' not a theolo gian nor a Bible enlic, neither wouh1 he put himself up to take exceptions to anything contained in the good mile and a half from the two former, its session is in tlie afternoon. All are well attended. Mr. F. W. Davis, who has been visiting R. T. Penn's family for .several weeks, has left for a tour through 1883. THE SOUTH SIDE DRUGGIST. 85 CARPENTER AND BUILDER. 85 REMOVED HIS SHOP FROM SOUTH 15 Frankfort to tho Saw and Planing Mills of 10 05 Wakelleld and West, where ho Is prepared to do any woilc ThObe who contemplate building, either in or country, are requested to give 2 10 the city for Job Work 'will bo recUved by hlui a call. telephone Orders 1 15 No. , and will recelvo prompt attention. if April 77 85 1 1 i. Calvert, Iko Gault, J W Hales, G T (Bal. Due) Merchant, Wood Todd, Mrs ML Calvert, Ike Goins, Phil Gault, J W Merchant, C 2 75 Choice ALL KINDS family Coal Cheap. isc. 1882 . DOUBLE SCREENED" Pinnipt Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Piices. ' C 100 1881. 200 75 Teleplione connection No. 3(5. vjs Goins, Phil Gault, J W Merchant, CO Russell, Mrs J W 1880. 1 15 R. C. STEELlv GEO. B. MACIILIU, Dec.8-- f 100 200 100 1879. 800 100 100 200 3,000 77 85 1 15 REAL ESTATE AGENT, FRANKFORT, KY ATTEND Tf BUSINESS EITHER IN Franklin or adjacent counties, 22-a- FRANK FORT, KY. Merchant, C. C 85 1 May TiKNSYHCLS (hi. to any nddrtKH. mftllcrt Forlm, Hinam, Merchant, CO Merchant, Wood Thomas, L. A Todd, Mrs. M. L will on Monday, August 2d, door in the City of BEST GRADES OF COAL! at the Court-hous- e Frankfort, Franklin county, sell at ATTIIE Public Sale for cash, to tho highest bidder, tlie above Town Lots for taxes LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES due the town of Belle Point for the years 1885, '84, '83, '82, '81, '80, 70, or Ofllce on Broadway, opposite Railroad Depot and so much of lot as will satisfy said Branch oillte and scales at II. R. Williams' grocery, comer of Second and BrUU'e strcpta, Fonth Frank-luiamounts. on luiu.t. til.. r.vdH .'H u 1 nl v 'i'Ul.1j, NOEL GAINES. ''. Ji. P. . J: Decl.-tf- I 45 85 85 1 20 RECENTLY OPENED A COAL YARD IN 10 05 HAVING Frankfort.wo are prepared at till times to furnish the 1880, NEW COAL YARD! mierlor to nil oi't'n.Ii refunded. Dnn'twRsta money on I other., wortble. by all Druggists, or no.irnm.. Try Remedy flrat. 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