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Number n) A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, Good, well cured bacon, lard, &c., spices, and all olher general grocery tf for sale by John Driscoll. supplies can be had cheap at John The Rev. W. II. Hampton will Driscoll's. Go and see him. tf preach at St. John's Chapel on Sunday the 15th, at 3:30 p.m. Closing: Out I room In Our friend Chas. H. Parrent, Esq., Fall order to make Goods, for our large Cloaks and stock of Dry unhas placed the Roundabout boys Notions, we will sell, during this der obligations for a basket of nice ripe month, all goods in stock, nt reduced r prices. We will give the trade some apples. Long may lie wave. W: good bargains. Call and see us. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. Mr. J. W Jenkins, as special Com225 St. Clair street. missioner of the Franklin Circuit Court, offers a good farm of 121 acres The Executive Committee and the for sale See his advertisement. Committee of Arrangements, and all friend Interested in the entertainment Those wishing to purchase desirable of the State Sunday-schoConvention city property are referred to the adver- (to be held in this city on the 17th, 18th and 10th days of tisement of L. B. Marshall, Esq., in quested to meet at the August), are reCouncil Chamthis issue. He offers rare bargains. ber on Monday evening next nt 8 , o'clock, to appoint committees to wait Rev. George Darsie and Rev. Robt. upon onr citizens that we may know E. Caldwell will exchange pulpits to- who will assist in entertaining the delmorrow night. Services at their re- egates. The ladles are especially invited to spective churches at the usual hour. be present. P$ Geo. Darsie, If yoaare going to purchase glass-vary Committee. S. C. BiiTiL, o qtieenswure, or anything in that U. V. Williams, J ,. ., line, go to see John Driscoll, St. Clair street, before you buy. He'll make It The return shooting match between to your Interest. tf the Spring Hill Club, of this city, and m the Lexington Club, took place on the Hon. Saml. J. Tiiden, the great grounds of the latter, on Tuesday last, Democratic statesman, died at his with the following result, viz: home, Greystone Hall, on Wednesday BFHINO HILL. LEXINGTON. last at 8:45 a. m., of general debility. . $' adversity to scatter them abroad gold tried as by fire. Long may that tribute remain to remind those to come after us of her, whose loss we so deeply feel and so sadly mourn. It was ordered that a copy of these proceedings the Roundabout with a request for their insertion. be-hand- CLOSING OUT! In order to make room for our large Fall stock of ' m Deputy Collector Blackburn collected this week, up to Thursday, $41,-400.3- 0. DRY GOODS, $ CLOAKS AND NOTIONS. ' :f Several of our correspondents' communications were received too late for insertion this week. Please hurry up We will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at next time. ol If you wish to get your money's worth of anything for sale in a grocery store, go and spend your money with John Driscoll. John is a square dealer from way back. tf The Elkhorn Association of United Baptists will meet with the Ciurch at Midway, on Tuesday next, A'igust 10. This is the largest and most influential Association of that denomination in the State. The young .men are pushing their scheme to open a reading room, gymetc. It is a good nasium, idea and one that some of our older citizens of means should encourage by subscribing liberally to start it. bath-house, REDUGED PRIGRS. We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! 225 St- - " CLAU3 STEEET, 225 -- el BARGAINS! BARGAINS! AT- R. K. M'CLURE'S! -- - ,Capt. R. B. Willis, of Versailles, has been assigned as U. S. Storekeeper at the distillery of Jno. Cochran & Co., No. 37, for night duty, vice Jos. Black- - burn, Jr., off for sixty days. 4 " ' Morris Price Berry Mnstin Pnyno Taylor Hume 20 22 28 20 27 Harrison C. Herr Thompson D. Jeffrey O'Neil 22 24 18 10 27 Goodloe W.Wallace, U.S. Storekeeper, 207 .has been assigned to duty at the distill184 ery of W. A. Gaines & Co., No. 106, The birds used were Blue Rock Pigfor night duty, vice M. E. Jett, left out eons, usual conditions. 88 for sixty days. Some time since the children of the The Franklin Association of the Baptist Sunday-schodetermined to Baptist Church will meet with the dedicate a memorial window to Mrs. church In this city August 24, and will Julia W. Rodman, their loved and HW - be In session three days. It is ex mourned friend. On Sunday morning pected that quite a large number of last the window was In position and visitors will be present, both ministers was formally dedicated. The family of Mrs. Rodman presentf$l and laymen. ed the following letter expressing their V. 01l,n T ub XT T j.v. ...ill ..... u ,.. .!..! a. m, j, xv. T win iuu nuiai feelings in the matter, viz: train (Sunday) to the Camp FitANKFOirr, Ky., Aug. I, 188G. Meeting at Kavanaugh Camp Grounds, To the FranJtfort Baptist 8. S. at Beard's Station, which will leave Vkry Dear Friends: I fear to here at 8:15 a. m., and returning will trust myself in words in thanking vou leave the Camp Ground at 5:30 p. m. all for your tribute of love to my dear the r roud trip trom this city wife, in erecting to her memory this fwi' beautiful window. Therefore I take fyill be only $1.40. Those desiring to method of thanking you, one and all, M,)50shoul(l bear this in mind. superintendent, teachers and scholars, flf? There will also be a similar train run for your testimony to her memory. I on Sunday, the 15th of August, for the know how well she loved the Sunday-schoo- l, and how often she has had you same rate. as a school on her heart, and the sacrito meet fices she has Mr. .Con. Murphy, a stranger in this But her life made is ended. with "you. task I know city, was saved from a horrible death lull well that there are many in this on Thursday night last, by three young school that will never forget her efforts men who had gone up to the Cemetery i'or the dear Master. After thanking you all we subscribe and were returning by the way of the as your again,friends and our names dear railroad. Just as they got near the Twos. Rodman, .mouth of the tunnel they discovered Lizzie Rodman, Joanna Rodman, Murphy drunk and sound asleep across ' Sue H. Rodman, the track. It lacked but a few minWilloughdy Rodman. utes of the. time for the late freight Dr. U. V. Williams, the Superin-train to arrive, when Murphy would tendent, made the following response, have been ground to sausage meat. viz: He was brought Into town and taken In behalf of this school, as Its Supercare of. intendent, I but voice its one sentiment when I assure you, our loved ,The Vice President of the Gilbert & tyrad-le- friends, that wo esteem it a labor of Publishing Co., of Louisville, was in love to erect to her memory this small Frankfort this week, and reports that the tribute, and only regret that It is not In marble, that succeeding generations Bran" Centennial KejjUter for rrankfort will could fif:. behold it, it shall fjmj' .be ready early next week, and will he sent nt have been eraced long after fragile a from so once to the Centennial Association, so that tablet. But let us assure you that, not the registry of our people may be commenced until the warm pulses of our hearts at once, antl completed before the 6th of shall eease, shall her memory be effacOctoljer. The register is large enough to ed from them, on which her virtues contain 30,000 names, and so arranged as to have been inscribed in more ineffacea4.i ble traces than the artist's touch on ''allow each oerson to iive a short statement glass, or tho sculptor's chisel on ft JlV not only of his name, business and family and Hers was a life of Christian deI&j business connections, but alio a short biog- - votiona to duty with a " raphy of himself and ancestors if h chooses martvr'H Invo to hor flmivh nn nnowl mercy to the afflicted, and her ex- . w . 1.. ;, 1 tu uu au. r. :.. uisij so arrangcu as ... ....1., a of u is lium uuipiu n uuacon 10 me sunuay-scnooV ... c.- -. ,ia uii vicfvciiiuis auu 0141c aim All her energies called "vuinjjicib i:.. uirM r? for "'' city officials. As soon as the register arrives tho church, her hrenth into action .mrl lionMnrr $j our people should loose no time in filling it her presence a blessing, she wore her W up before the Centennial comes off, for the iuu uwiiv wiiii HiitMir inmirnni'o , mwi ivnnf forth iwlMi loon liv.tIW.. 1... ''.rush will be so great about the 6th of October i.wi.v uw. JH. nuo iiuuuuy III 1IC1H lomo man a maiden to the bridal. In th'tit will be impossible to register all our prosperity and health, she was a bud I rtfSvAna utIiIIa tit fttrtfjannlil to In ntrA.a full of odors, waiting for the winds of Mr. 1 ol J J Thomas8on Pepper '....20 Bagge 20 DeLong 23 Woolfoik 22 17 23 21 21 The attention of capitalists and those who wish to purchase desirable prop-ar- e referred to the advertisement of T. P. Davis, assignee of H. O. Davis. The property is in what Tom Marshall calls "the garden spot and asparagus oed of the world." Call and see our- - REMNANT TABLE -- Coal! Coal! All kinds, best quality, full weight, at bottom prices. Double screened, no slack or dirt. I will sell coal as low as the lowest. Call and be convinced. Geo. B. Macklin. Aug. t. shoes: -- OF- A great manv at-- '. Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now W. C. X. U. Notes. The Woman's Christian Temper-Unio- n will meet as usual in the chapel of the Christian Church, Wednesday, at five p. in. A full attendance is requested. YOUR PICK FOR $1.50. STRAW HATS AT COST. Come quick before all are sold i.- Band of Hope meets Sunday at four p. m. at Masonic Hall. Keynote to Health. Health Is wealth. Wealth means Independence. The Keynote Is Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, the best Cough Syrup in the world Cures Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Chest, Bronchitis and primary Consumption. One dose gives relief in every case. Take no other. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 1 R. K. McCLURE. HOT WEATHER SOODS Our sl 1 H v Oolored. TTn-dLerTxrea- r and OrOOcLs Stxarw we have greatly reduced in price. rs. Surface Indications a miner would verv propcrl v terra "surface indications" of what Is beneath, are the Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyes, Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions wllh which people are annoyed in opriu and early uummer. The etfeto matter accumulated during tho winter mouths now makes its presence felt, through Nature's endeavors to expel it from tho svotem. While It renialiw, it is apokon that festero in the blood and may develop into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement of the dtocMtivo and assiiullatory organs, with a feeling of enervation, languor, and weariness often lightly upoken of as "only Hprin? fover." These are evidences that Nature is not able, unaided, to throw olT the corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital forces. To regain health. Nature must bo aided by a thorough blood-pufvlng medicine; uud nothing els.0 U so eflectiveus "What rl We have all kinds of UNDERWEAR, Suitable for the warm weather. y Oome and See TTs. Hudson, Humphries & Cassell. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which Is rafflclently powerful to expel from the system even tho taiut of Hereditary Scrofula, Tho medical profession Indorse Ayer's Sahsapahii-La- , and many attestations of tho cures effected by itcome from nil parts of the world. It is, in tho ittmrungo of tho Hon. Francis Jewett, Senator of Massachusetts and of Lowell, "the only preparation tha't does real, las tuig good." ex-Sta- te or .' ,. Bolf-sacrifl- ce CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, No. 439 Main St., Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House 1 -1 ..ii. 1 i. 11 FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at Oct. 25-- tf. home. M PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. i A Co., Lomtll, Mas. Sold by all Druggists: Price f 1: Six bottles for & Aer m 1 n 1 v w TM :.. fefi- - lf Miss Mary W. Anthony, who has been visiting her uncle, Col. E. C. at Eranklort, Kentucky Went, South Side, returned to her Entered at the as second class mailable matter. home in New Albany, IndM on Thursday. GEORGE A. LEWIS, WoodMaster Porter Hiter, BeSLit. c and. E"cu"blislier- - ford county, who has jr., of visiting been friends in this city, returned home last FBANKFORT, AUGUS3 7, 1880. Saturday accompanied by Master Owen pout-office FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. 820,000 BOUGHT AT THE- - 820,000 ' CLOTHI1TG- STOCK! Personal. B V Miss Carrie Selbert is visiting friends In Cincinnati. it uoi. Jj. i). unimvin, ui vsiiiuiiiuum, Sanders. was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. W Martin are in Mr. George Flynn went down to Washington, D. C, on a visit to SenaLouisville Tuesday. tor Pugh, of Alabama, a cousin of Mr. left Tuesday morn Martin's They are expected here in a Prof. Loughrldge few days. - ing for South Carolinu. visiting Miss The gifted young nttorney, Mr. E. Miss Nonie Nicol is Wellington Draftln, of Lawrenceburg, Keith in Lexington. spent Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. Major H. T. Stanton will leave for Win. Hardie and other relatives in Old Point on Monday. Belle Point. Mr. John Morgan, of Lexington, Mrs. R Mintoh, Miss Sallie Fogar-t-y . was in town on Thursday. and Mr. Ben. Hunt left Sunday Hon. Ira Julian left Wednesday for afternoon for their homes in Louisville, alter a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. to Warm Springs, Virginia. E. C. Slaughter, South Side. Sargent W fMr. W. G. ..! w .lnt has gone on a A party consisting of Mrs. Mary A r3 ... trip iu missuuri niunuo. visit rHttr1u Miss Jennie Hendricks, J. Gol. Willis L. Ringo is visiting his Hendricks, Buford Hendricks and W. L. Lindsey old Jiome In HicKman county. left for Waukesha, Wis., on Tuesday, Mr.Ouenry C Murray visited friends to spend the heated term. in Danville the first ot tne ween. MissKittie H. Warren, South FrankMiss Eloise Hall Was visiting friends fort, has gone to Chicago, 111., to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Haden, to be at Jett's Station on Wednesday. absent during thesummer, and will alStuart R. Knott, Esq., of the L &N. so visit all points on the Lake. R. R., was in the city Thursday. Col. W. T. Flynn, Deputy U. S. MarMiss Maggie A. Lewis is visiting shall, went down to Louisville, on Miss'Mary Milward, in Lexington. Tuesday, with Lee Patrick, of Floyd Miss Fannie Herndon and Miss Julia county, as a moonshining prisoner. Dixon left for Henderson on Thursday Patrick was accompanied by his wife and baby. Robt. Crockett, of South Frankfort, Miss Irene L. Went, daughter of Col. is quite ill nt home with typhoid fever. E. C. Went, has returned to LexingMrs. Sarah LeComnte and Miss Mag ton to attend Sayre Institute the comgie are visiting friends in Georgetown. ing year, she having won honors and prizes enough in the city schools of Miss Georgia Brodbeck, of Cincin that place to entitle her to a course at nati is visiting the family of Philip Sel- Sayre free of charge. A M. Furr. Mrs. W. L. Crabb, of Eminence, and her sisters, Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Peters, of Kansas City, Mo., spent Wednesday in town as the guests of the Misses - Great Auction Sale! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim & ml Bauer, at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! These goods represent the best' values ever offered by us, and will. be marked at the M M A LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy & . CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. CRTJTCHER & STARKS. FAUM FOB. SALE I SMALL FARM OF 60 OH 60 ACRES. LYING ON the old Leestown pike. In Woodford county, seven miles from Frankfort and four and a half miles from Midway, Is ollered for sale at u bargain. ry-- , i, t i BORN". Julia Lawrence, of Louisville, is On Sunday morning, August 1st 1888 to Dr. Sam . B. visiting the Misses Pepper, on Main Holmes und wife, u daughter, Jane Todd. street. MARRIED, Mrs. Lucy O'Conner, of Louisville, guest of Gen. James Pence, In the City of Frankfort, at the residence of M. H is the P. Williams, Esq., by Judge R. A. .Thomson, Mr Bellepoint. Robert Lek sheets and Mrs. Rebecca Uakland. Mrs. L. Cass South, of the Forks of toth of Franklin county. Elk horn, is visiting ner sister, airs. Crura, at Pewee Valley. Miss Jessie Smith, one of Madison In WITH GARDEN ATTACHED, IN diana's charming belles, is visiting Miss COTTAGE. on reasonable terms. Apply to JUDGE REUBEN BROWN. Auu. Mary J. Todd, South Side. Prof. G. A. Richardson, of Eminence, spent last Sunday iu this city, the OF guest of Geo. A. Lewis. Saffell returned Mastes Phythian Thursday from a pleasant visit to IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. friends in Mt. Sterling. Misses Maggie A. Lewis and Bnssie Markham returned home from Ver- NOTICE IS HEREBYJ.GIVEN THAT AS Mlddleton, deceased, and of Thos. sailles Monday evening. special Commissioner of the Franklin Circuit court In the suit of Mlddletou's Administrator vs. Hawlt Prof. J. W. Dodd, L. L D., of kins, dec, I will on University, Nashville, Tenn., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1886, is visiting Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart. Between the hours of 10 and 2 o.cloek, at the Court Col. Ike Wingate, Mayor of Wood-lak- house door In Frankfort, being County Court da)" bidder, sale to the passed through the city on sell at public six. twelve, highest and best muutus on In u.id elirlitheen Tuesday on his way to Louisville. equal Installments, the farm on which Thos. J. iiiuuiewii nveu, conuunuu; udoui Mr. Harry Stevens, of Boone county, has returned home after a pleasant vis-t- o together or his grandfather, Dr. J. It. Hawkins. And the residence,of an acre, moreuud less, appurteall tli belonging; sRuate on the old Misses Allie Hines and Joanna Rod- nances thereunto and Frankfort dirt road, about three miles man were visiting the family of Capt. southwest of Frankfort, adjoining the lands of Scott and Including isrovvn, James Blackburn the first part of this about 44Colon Jones, and Ben Hughes, having on the acres of One woodland, and place a good spring and line orchard. The above week. tract wilt be ottered In separate parcels to suit purMrs. E. H. Taylor, jr., and daughter, chasers, and then us u whole, and the bids accepted greatest amount in the aggregate. Miss Mary Belle, left Tuesday night on which realize the of these lands will be reuulred to The Durchaser thoC. & O. for the Warm Springs of give bond with approved security, bearing six per cent Interest from date, uud lmmcdluts possession Virginia. will be given, If desired, and a deed so soon as the Miss Nellie Bush, who has been vis- sale Is continued by the court. J. W. JENKINS, C. Special Commls'r F. C. Aug. iting her sister, Mrs. G. F Berry, returned to her home in Louisville, on Tuesday. Dr. J. T. Haggiard, the celebrated AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL veterinary surgeon, of Lexington, was iu the city on professional business Tuesday. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart and daughter, Miss Rose, left Tuesday for Old Point Xje23d.rLgrto3T3., ZE2Z3T. Comfort, New York City, and other 2, 3, and 4. AUG. 81st, SEP. 1, eastern cities. M. B. Lucas, Esq., the great tobacco Compttiti d open to the world free. merchant at Woodlake, went down to TWO RACES BACH DAY. Louisville Tuesday, to see how the old thing works. Special trains on all roads at reduced rates. First Day Shorthorn verses Hereford's. B. Moore, of Lexinirton, Mr. W. the Floral Hall who has been visiting his brother, E. a feature of opon Fuir. firs; day, and will be the Moore, Esq., South Side, left Tues P. M'AJOE P. P. JOHNSTON, Pres't. day tor fcjheJby county. THOS. L. MARTIN, Soo. td. Addie Hawkins, Miss Mamie and granddaughters of Dr. J. Russell Hawkins, left on Thursday for Junction City to visit Mr. James Calvert. Mr. Darsie has been in Mt Sterling THE HOUSE ON BROADWAY STREET, 1 tivo this week attending the State Mission- 1ST, doors from Meriwether Hotel, known as the Conventions of Sneed property, and now occupied by Mrs, R. 0. ary and Sunday-schoatf fie as u boarding house. the Christian Church. Thin proiterty Is In good repair, Is well located, and und Geo. A. Lewis left Monday for a vis- has nine rooms,Is besides kitchen, servant's roompresIt now rented, but if sold, the give possession Immediately, If it of several, weeks to friends in Inde- ent tenant will September, she desires to und It. 1st pendence and Linneus, Missouri, and not sold bybrick cottage, No. 6W, Main stroet, con2d. The Springfield, Illinois. taining four rooms, and ull reasonable conveniences. This property Is now occupied by Mrs. Kate llaho-neMiss Mary Lillard, of Woodford and possession cannot be given until the 10th county, who lias been visiting Miss of next April. rot terms oi saie uppiy to Pauline Fnizer for several days, reL.B.o BEN. MARSHALL. tf. turned home on Friday evening. Miss bert, Esq. A MASTIN BROS. DEALERS IN m The Improvements are comfortable, and all necessary good. The place Is splendidly watered and well timbered. For terms address or call on out-hous- July SMm. HARRY CRUTCHER, Duckers, Woodford Co. ATTOE1TEY' 81Jy-t-f. F. T7. MAJOR, .T Xi-A- FRANKFORT, KY.f Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, fc. AGENTS FOR It; PUBLIC SALE! PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF Franklin, Carroll. Gallatin, Boone, Owen and Grant counties, In the Court of Appeals, and In the Federal Court McCormick Binders, VALUABLE LAND zkrcnriaiE:. knowing themselves Indebted to him will please come forward and settle at once, und ull those buying claims against the estato of said decedent are notified to present the same, properly proven, for REAPERS & MOWERS. These machines are unexcelled for simplicity, durability and lightness of draft. A full line of repairs Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. in-stoc- k. HAVING the late John Henderson, all persons BEEN APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR Van-derbi- settlement. July24-l- m J. C. ROGERS, Adm'r. e, Crab Oroh&rd Springs TRIP TICKETS TO THIS POPULAR ROUND now on sale at $1.60, good to return Oct. 81st either via Lexington or Louisville. Baggage TOM NEWMAN, Cashier. checked through. July'J4-C- t. 11 131 ACRES, 's three-fourth- 1 rg Dudley Institute! TUB Semi-Annual TWENTY-FIRST J. T. BUCKLEY Hbb just recived his large - SPRING- STOCK OP -- 21 Session of this school WILL COMMENCE Stoves, Grates & Mantels. Coll and examine the TERMS FROM 830 TO July 24-2- &37 PICK. SESSION, SOUTHERN. QUEEN Wrought Steel Range, Tho new Library Lamps, new Gaa Fixtures, the famous f T. M. TURNER, Principal. FOR SALE! easy terms. ,' xmi ftvj .Ev9 and house containing nve rooms. Will be sold on Apply to J. E. KENT, Julyl7-lm-. Corner 2d & Shelby. A HOUSE of Second AND LOT, LOCATED ON THE CORNER and Murray streets, lot 60 by 100 feet, And to many other useful articles too raerocB to mention, all at the ns PUBLIC SALE Of Land, Stock, Farming Implements and Town Lots. IL Assignee A1Sserve, on of LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES., Of nil kinds solicited in roofing, guttering JOB WORK gas fitting and plumbing. Wa Oi m f O. Davis I will sell without re Give me a call, Thursday, Augut 12, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. on the home place, one-hay mile west of Midway, 15 town lots and 1 bouse with 4 rooms, In the town of Midway. Also about 40 acres of land situated near Midway. Thero Is a two story brick dwelling house on the land, which contains 8 rooms uni has all necessary conveniences; one tobacco bum, two tenement houses, and outbuildings usually found on a farm. Near the house Is u never fulling spring uud a fish pond. The location Is convenient to churches, schools, Ac Near the above tract of land Is 81 acres of No. 1 land with u large tobacco barn on It, and a tenement house with 3 rooms, which will be sold at the same time. Also 180 acres of land, lying In Scott county, one mile east of Fisher's mill, adjoining the farms of It. P. Pepper, known as the Samuels and Oldss plsjK, will be sold publicly at same time. It Is well fenced and supplied with water. The stock consists of 4 No. 1 milch cows, 2 work saddle mare. . mules und 1 The farming Implements are such us usually found on a furm. T. P, DAVIS, Assignee. 188C, lf two-stor- J. T. BUCKLEY." 7a General Insurance Agent, Office on Main St., Opposite V3I W: SPECIAL NOTICE. MADE H AVINO kinds of ARBANGEMENT8 cute ull TO EXE- - ,11 ol JOB PRINTING AND BINDING -- AT TH- E- Farmers' Bank. REPRESENTING IS ITeoxxxabxx Offi.cs Si3.lld.izie', Leading Americas and Foreign Complain, WITH OVEK .. nt. sub-re- nt the undersigned respectfully solicit u share of vour patronage. We ure prepared to execute, upon short notice BLANK BOOKS. BRIEFS, LETTER AND BILL 1IEADS, $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. 1 erty at lowest rutes. Agent Anchor Line oX Stenmshlp. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point In '1EHM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- - y, July B. Bjunhah, 17-- 4t Auctioneer, and such other work as Is usually done In any first-claestablishment. We propose to execute work ut us close figures us can be made by uuy onlce Iu Central Kentucky. ljy-- U iAHCU ;'' ss & WILLIAMS. Job Work neatly cuted at VlllO office. exe- m ,: ' -: Remember that John Drlscoll's, St. is the place you should .9 ' be run for. Tho probable starters are visit If you wisli to buy 7,. 1886. PIIANKFORT, AUGUST i' v Dewdrop, Troubadour, Miss Wood- pure, old Anderson county whiskies, to Airs. ford, Volante, Ben All, Tyrant, Tho tf Booms for. Rrnt Apply tk-WlllfGreen, No. 217 Washington Bard, Charity, Favor, Electric and Wanted A good cook to serve in 2t. Street' Ten Booker. It is n very rich stake, a small family one mile and a half in W$ tfV Rev. H. H. Knvnmuigh will preach and Kentucky, California and Tennes- the country. Good wages. Apply at at see bred horses will contend for tho tills office. Kwvatthe Franklin Church prize. 11 o'clock. Have usi'd Tongaline in a case of facial neuralgia, and it proved a success. On Monday evening an old colored The boys have been warned from Cannot he recommended too highly. jiyplrtyinj? H we Ball on tho lot of Gen. man by tho name of Martin Bates S. F. Hughos, .M. L , Buckncr, Ark. ? was found dead in the coal yard of Mr. m 'F v Dan. W. Lltulsey. L For wire door and windor screens Geo. B. Macklin. It appears that the V .Tudee P. U. Midor can be found at old man was moving about the dump .call on Joe Bohunnan, shop on Lewis from the Versailles pike, lost his foot- street, near Main. Prices range from ing and fell over, the fall killing him. 10 to 20 cents per square foot window M i cupied by Major & Jett. j& j Coroner Phythian held an inquest on cost from 00 cents to $2 00, according to t. ' "'- Main Tuesday morning, when a verdict was size. house v Street of five toroom for rent.Branch rendered in .accordance with the facts. .F. W. Pruett, Annly zc. For Rkxt The store to the right ot KentucKy. l ' Douglas Gimp, No. 3, Knights of of the main entrance of Odd Fellow.1 . TV.4..-- I. i 11M1I n..l. ? JUKI! Ml., E1m l"K UIIIUIHUIHI, Friendship, of tills city, went down to Temple, with small room up stairs i. tho young man who nvuiuKed Frank Owensboro lust week to attend the an- Possession given September 1st. ApV ' 'Feliclttl, to tho Lexington jail for safe niversary of Owensboro Lodge, which ply to E. A. Fellmek. ( keeping. occurred on Saturday, July 31, and 53-tgive an exhibition drill which was, in Mr. Win. K. Utterback, of South an eminent degrte, a success. They i Cottages Rent and Sale. feCVfinlrfrtrt na nn nvnnrt linrsp-ahnpslu " obtained the prize of $200, which was Apply to Drs.for rf i"" " " "" "' " Gober & Son, 317 Main indicated by his success in reineaying offered by Qwensboro Lodge, besides street. ' V lameness In several horses lately. being highly complimented by all A lady writes: "I have used Ayer's Mr. John Drlscoll has purchased present for their knightly bearing. Sarsaparilla in my family for many years, and could not keep house withfrom Mrs. M. Kahr the stock and jrood Wo regret to learn that Col. R. P. out it. For tho relief of the pains conbusiness on St. Clnir street, of her sequent upon female weakness and irft and has moved in to his new quarters. Pepper's splendid young mare, Dessie regularities, I consider it without an Wingate, by Onward, was returned equal." hi tf . from Harrodsburg very ill, she evi,. : . r. it A brickhouse IV' Tvirs. Mnry isewmnn, oi houiii dently having been tampered with by of Foil Rest. locatedy on Ann street. six rooms, 5a nrontnrr n hntir15nmo twn. some is.V! Vmnlrfrirt miscreant, who deserves hang- Apply at Crutcher k Starks. n t(l(l ing. This fine mare was entered in i jA 'at. ...it fKiiiiiu twtilan rn fliu tnf 40-tVk.-t- ,...,.. .11 J m r VyUlll.iucii mm jvuyny all the prominent events for two year ..,1 Ul n !&4, v'VUriltT "f If you wish fresh, nice, and cheap i olds in tho country. Of course this neav ' Btreeis. groceries, John Driscoll's Is the place ijSl cessitates cancelling her engagements, i to go, St. Clair street, Mrs Kahr's old Mr. H. 31. Williams, the grocer and and is a severe blow and disappointtf y,"V liveryman, visits his thoroughbreds at ment to Col. Pepper. The mare has stand. li his farm every afternoon, ond says been $&'i' attended by Dr. J. T. Haggiurd, Cutting Boxes and Cider Mills at Wf, .'they are doing well. They are by the of Lexington, and Mr. J. H. Graham, of Mastin Bros. great cup norse, wnisper. this city, who report her case critical, If you want a good juicy steak, sweet 's hams, bacon or lard go to Mack There was born to the wife of Charles with a bare hope of recovery. store, No 223 Main street, oppoLnrkin Johnston, on June 24th, a girl f!4-t- f. We are reliably informed that two Maria Louise weight 3 pounds. It of the School Trustees were seen in site Dr. Duvall's residence. is now six weeks old and weighs 3 A Reliable Article. the Public School yard, one evening pounds. Mother and child both doing examFor enterprise, push and a desire to this week, looking around and well. ining the -- work of the new school get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the DrugThe Leestown boys have organized a building, like other citizens do, and, gists, lead all competition. They sell base ball club, the Leestown Stars, and to our utter astonishment, no one in- Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, medicine on the have a standing challenge to ony other terfered with them. But wo notify because it's the best Colds. Croup and the gentlemen that an order may yet market, for Coughs. club(in this vicinity. For particulars Primary Consumption. Price oO.cents address William Mo., Box 805, Frank- issue from the City Council for their and $1.00. Samples free. J arrest for trespassing on public grounds fort, Ky. Cider Mills and Cutting Boxes' at and examining public property, and Mastin Bros. The following gentlemen were elect- particulary the school building, which, Buoklen's Arnica Salve ed the town officers of Belle Point, on according to a majority of tho City Monday last, viz: The Best Salve in the world for Council, they were unfit and unworthy N. I. McDaniel, Ch'n, J. W. Cox, Ja. to act on the Building Committee Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped G. Brawner, Doc. Howell and Win. with their Committee. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hammond, Trustee.?; Harry Hardie, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Police Judge; and ltobt. Owens, Mar-fha- l. On Monday afternoon an Italian Piles, or no pay required. It is guarnamed Frank Fellcetti, keeper of n anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or peanut stand on the corner of St. Clair money refunded. Price 25 cents per Pnnt Ji fimnhoI1 Sfonln hn lpnttprl and Main streets, went into Sower's box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. tlW' the well known Meriwether Hotel, barroom to get a glass of beer. As he Do you want to buy clean and fresh VIZ .iwriPfl hv Dr. S. H TrlnlnM-- nnrl will went in a young man named Robt. canned goods? Well, then, John Dris-co- ll grabbed Fcliccetti's hat- Is the man you are looking for. I;J Steele is well known to the traveling Gordon remonstrated with Gordon, The Italian and He has them. St. Clair street. tf lit-rt.,.t..i rj..t,.i ...wi fr:ii.i.i rj.ti fnn. asked foritthe hat. Gordon refusing, he grabbed from him. Gordon threw a If 'out ot sorts' with headache, stomach conAlexander Hotel), of Louisville. Iver. glass of beer in his face, and Fellcetti (Hutrder, torpidneelect palp In back or side, dose nmv he.tittnl. One stipation, etc , nf btronir's Sanative FlUa will give rellet replied to the Insult by hitting Gordon AlcwUoaea re&toro to ucw health and vigor. The Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Ohio, and the Army with a beer glass. Gordon drew his pistol, but before he could use it, Mr. Louisville steam bread and rolls at of West Virginia will hold a grand reSower, the proprietor, seized it and Kleber's. 8t. Portsmouth, Ohio, commencunion at took it from him. Fellcetti went out ing Tuesday, September 7th, and conCure for Piles. tinuing until the 10th. All comrades to his stand. Gordon and his brother later in the evening were looking for Piles are frequently preceded by a urp invited, and the rates on all roads K". Feliccetti to whip him. Feliccetti shut sense of weight in the back, loins and in Ohio are made at one cent per mile lower part of the abdomen, causing to military organizations, and one fare up his fruit stand and went home to the patient to suppose has sone ejecavoid trouble. tion of tho kidneys or neighboring orfor the round trip to others. Tuesday morning ho requested his gans. At times, symptoms of indigeslit & Lewis Dailey, to go and tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness Mrs. Flora McCampbell May hall, father-in-lalike Ol wlfoofThos. J. May hall, Esq , of Sou h open his stand, as he w.is afraid of the of the stomach, ect Amoisture, disaperspiration, producing a very Frankfort, died at the family residence Gordons. Old man Dailey did so, and greeable itching, after getting warm, on Wednesday morning, Aug. 4, and in the course of an hour or so went for is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedwas buried on Thursday at ten o'clock. Felicetti and told him to como aim at- ing and Itching Piles yield at once to application of Dr. Bosanko's In the death of Mrs. Mayhall another tend to his business. He started across the Remedy, which acts directly upon Pile of our oldest citizens passes away. Main street, and when near the mid- tho parts effected, absorbing the TuQuiet, unassuming, yet faithful and dle of the street Win. Gordon, a broth- mors, allaying the intense itching, and mi true, her life's labor is over and she er of the one whom ho had had the effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 ft Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko rests in peace, leaving a large circle of trouble with the evening before, slip- cents. a.. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by tP relatives and friends to mourn her ped up behind him, without warning Hughes & Chiles. b& loss. or Hoyine a word, dealt him a murder' ous blow with u brick behind the left We have been showu by Mr. Jack ear, felling him insensible to the Long, a copy of a paper Issued In July, ground. The skull was not fractured, Cam1800, called "The Kentucky but tho blow produced concussion of paign." It was edited by those able tho brain. Fellcetti came here over a nrnj dignified, writers, S. T. M. Major year ago as a boss 'for tho Water .1 is beautiful, all but her skin ; .and Thos. B. Monroe,- jr. It files at Its Works Company, laying tho pipes. Yi " and nobody has ever told i;- masthead thouumes of John C. Breck- He married Miss Daily, and has residher how easy it is to put inridge and Joseph Lane Its edito- ed hero since. He is a quiet, industribeauty on the skin. Beauty rials and all leading articles are finish- ous and sober man, and well thought e on the skin is Magnolia stylo of of by tho community. At this writing ed specimens of the r of leader writing, but would now be he Is some better, and tho doctors Balm. considered too long to be read, as they think that there is a hope of his recovery. style It "life Is too short for such." l'?f I. E' FKANKFOftT f ..v. ,.m KUUMABUUT. To-da- y the great Champion Stakes at Monmouth Park, New Jersey, will Clair street, first-clas- s, Not a particle of calomel or any other deleterious substance enters into the composition of Ayor's rnthartlc Pills On the contrary, those who have used calomel and other mineral poisons, as medicine, find Ayer's Pills invaluable, Tho most deadly foe to all malarial diseases is Ayer's Ague Cure, a combination of vegetable ingredients, of which the most valuable is used in no other preparation. This remedy is an absolute specific, and succeeds when other remedies fail. Warranted. lead to I'nPiimonl.i.CnnMimptlnn nr other fatal dloaio. Strong's Pectoral PilH v'.il euro a rn!dn bynumlu. digestion, sick headacho iu thousands testify. R. ROGERS, -- DEALER IN- - NT COFFINS, Cornice Poles E C. $k - Sanger! A neglected rold or cougn may d Window fita Renews Her Youth. Mrs Phoebe Ceesley, Peterson, Clay county, Iowa, tells the following remarkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by the residents of the town: "I am 73 years old, have been troubled with Kidney complaint and lameness for many years; could not dress myself without help. Now I am free from all pain and soreness, and am able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for having renewed my youth and removed completely all disease and pain." Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos. 4 drug store. e's A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, " FRANKFORT, KY 45-4- All the latest May L. F. Comiton. st;le furniture constantly In stock. w. C. . Macklin. T" T-- t... -- COMPTON & JMACKLIK, PROPRIETORS a ii f. ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, BATS THE FCLL r. "' 'ill The curative power of Ayer's SarsaAND MANUFACTDRparilla is too well known to require tho specious aid of any exaggerated or ficticious certificate. Witnesses of its Siz of the best grades of the best Hour made in the world. living in marvelous cures are y every city and hamlet ot the land. Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap Jan.2 Write Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Itol Square -Eto-da- Roller System, 1880-I- t. r Mass , for names. two-stor- MONEY SAVED -- BY GOING TO SEE- - 1 vi A r. f. Ifben Bby ma stele, wa gsre her Csitoria, When she wu Child, she cried for C'satorla, When she became M1m, she clang to Oaatorls, Wbaa aha had CbiUraa, saa gara thas Caatoria, iyfA i w !. rmim . Sal-yer- of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, lm For Sale on Rent. The residence QQDS Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. Cornice Poles 30 cents each at R. Rogers. ilntt JItIL &j HI Jitr M xssa aaMIIilafeaiValgmHaaal ' V. Jan. BERBER I CHI 23-6- THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED bought from Mrs. Addle Garrett, NOTIGR! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf tratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest THAT I adminis- . mimen The most wonderful Pain-Cu- re r the world has ever known. Your money will be returned if not found as represented. In the Furniture and Undertaking And have sold Interest In my business to v. t- - . I W, S. DEHONEY And hereafter the style of the firm will be STATEN May B--tt & DEHONEY, JAS. T. STATEN. Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla. And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes & Stuten, No. 218 at. Clair street If NEW PLAIUNfcl MILL. WH. CROMWELL Attorney-at-Law- w, , J.M.WAKEFIELD Havlngreoently added tohis Establishment First-Cla- ss AND Heal 3Sstt Agont, PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Franklin and the adjoining counties, and nlllalso give special (mention to the purchase and tale of real eutate, collection of rents, claims, and the negotiation ot loans. Qfficr opposite Court House. Planing Mill, of . la now prepared to furnish all kinds i 'LWi"KI v VMJO anou'it SijUom, MJunes, MiD ALSO June 'i-- y. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Tarnin Gotten out In the Best Style. MUTIOEL Meat Store For Sale I HAS A FIRST-CLASHTHE UNDERSIGNED 1 meat store for sale, on n good business street. All the store Uxturea und butcher tools are Just us good as new. I desire to change business. Will S . MaylS.tf. Many a Lady sell the outllt la lots to suit purchaser. June26-tf- . tor M. BUCRKHARDT. - MEN ONLY AMWK,FIRMAMNTLCETWKCIIEF0 BMMUI Na IWrnHnB lOarMMMdlr wit roMkarr. IUvIYopt.iaUyMHptloaaad tUXDl(WUCOf.O,DTiSmi . Jo.N.T. Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. u Hi old-tim- M -- it" t "& f Tl M aam , r4 1 1 WJWrWBff &m HaW r" iT7 l J rirrifcnm'iHWf up Mi MMKBII V JcP'!wwT.rs FRANKFORT i m'Ui nBhwn liMiiwi'mi n' i lMWUWtil mMAUmW&&AX2JSJ ft r i 1T JICT ii !' j JKOaTlMelr i ftf ATg i' i 'J 15 ii) ih 'i i t:yflV?W ww i ? "WOwE 'mW AaH ' ili iM'iii nivni 'in h'i'i ' tm J$iPis?j$F 1 Mh iii i, fc inn TTSJgS Be2maaO.I i a, fc.ii fiiTTTi"wnniiii tJJ!Mf fiBgyMym. ljaffattr Hn 'inwyii i mi' JfcTTJMyaCK-.7TlT- i nwiHiMlilii WMid'Hinr inn yMgWW tJHWPTTiFaj JC ii CTO n naan a 'H'iiiiidmi mi MUMil f t'HBWtBjPltrTaWtTgTilkVp 'n a : $m . 'V si ojia ROUNDABOUT, Polsgrove. is out again. Moonlight fete will next bo in order. Mis8SuoHlpatt.fi Charming young lady, spent several days here. Mr. J. B. Lund ford and wife were in J. K. Willhoit Monterey Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Wolverton and Mrs. Win. Koop were visiting at J. B. Luudford's last week. Steamer Hornet up Sunday with a grand excursion. Went as far as Frankfort. John K. Wilhoit has been quite, sick for the past few days but is now convalescent. things right along, and will have the house ready for use by September 1st, if not sooner. In the meantime school will be taught in Mr. Alf. Sted man's Hall, and will commence next Monday, Aug. 0. When the house is completed it will be one of the neatest in the country. Base Ball Switzer v. Stamping Ground will play a game y at Switzer. The same played last Saturday at Stamping Ground, but on account of rain they only played two innings and a half. The score was 2 to 3 in favor of the latter. The Switzer boys say that when the game was stopped, it left their best man at the bat, who said he would undoubtedly have made a three bagger. to-da- Mr. James Gallihue, the contractor for tho new school-housIs pushing e. Louisville Tobacco Market. FURNISHED BY OLQVEB & DUltBETT, FRO- FBIETUnS LOUIHVILXA TOBACCO WAtlB- ItOUEX. Harp. Cooler. Sales have not boon bo large this week find prices closed stronger for nil grndos of bur-letobneco. Wo make no change in quotations but will say tho outside figures come nearer representing tho market. Receipts for tho week 1,040 hhds. Bales for tho woek 2,119 hhds. Sales for tho year 68.0G3 hhds. The following quotation fairly represent our market for new burley tobacco. Dark Trash $8.00 to $3,50 Colory Trash 5.60 8.50 to Common Lugs, not colory. 4.00 to 5.00 Colory Lugs 5.60 to 7.60 Common Leaf, not colory... 5.50 to 8.00 8.00 to 11.00 Good Leaf 11.00 to 13.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrnppory Tobacco.. 18.00 to 18.00 y NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM xvoovt roit thk ffcr HB'.TOT ::" f ;' .IXi TRIffl Am convinced, after teatlna k. that TrmniT.nra Islands, where hat been used aa a val- pomenee decided and marked enratire properties in HheumMic iteuralaia, and also In MnacrilarHheu- uable remedy by the natives. r ALTxa doles, ., St. Mo. ftttftftVwAt Is n compound of Tonga with- BUtlUD. tested Tonoaumk M. several Louis, of Ken WWgVMMVl other Ingredients whoso curHave cases la ntlvo DroDcrtles have been tliomnuhiv trateri. ralsia. It has Bjyen me perfect satisfaction. O. B. Ostbamdxh, M. D., Falrbnrr. M. WwVfYCvWwo to taken internally, and Aava nsed TonoAUme duces no unpleasant eflects. matory Rheumatism, with In Kraraljria and Inflamthe very best results. It no Opium or Morphine J. If. Page. M. D.. Venderooo't HL WKHAIBY AWj DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. At A. MELLIEIt, Sola Proprietor, 10 and 711 WASHINGTON AVKNUB, ST. LOUH. iu.nua is a product or tno Tonga or Friendly long It curb or and NERVOUS HEADACHE contains Capital City Machine Works! j. B. Meek, Topping tobacco next. The election is over and nobody sorry. Rev. J. A. Peters has returned home after holding u two week's protracted meeting at Indian Fork. The election passed off very quietly Monday at Flat Creek, with the excepof one little was caus-b- y as good .line of goods as can be seen in tion old grudge.row, which both paran We hope the country. Cheap goods and square ties will drop the matter and make dealing is their motto. Prospects are very good for crops in general in this section. One rain would make corn better than it has ever been here. J. E. Hardin & Co. are now building a commodious store house. Will finish about September 1st. This will be quite an improvemement to our little town, and beneficial to their many customers. As they propose to show The following is the official vote of this county at the election on Monday last, viz: JUPQE SUPEBIOB COUBT. Propreitor. m ,'slMi, Joseph Barbour, D John W. Yerkes, II 2140 1071 106!) Jett. Miss Annie T. Woodson is visiting Miss Lucy Maginnis. Mrs. Lou Kohnle is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. W. Jett. Fall plowing for wheat is in full blast just now. The Pioneer Calvalry Company meets every Saturday for drill. Mrs. Lettie Jett has been confined to her room for several days with rheu- Barbour's majority Judge Cibouix Coubt. Warren Montf ort, D., no opposition . . Judge Common Pleab Coubt. friends. H. M. Buford, D., no opposition W. B. Tracy and Theodore Carr Commonwealth's Attobnex. were defeated for their second term of J. S. Gaunt, D., no opposition office, as magistrates, Monday, and E. Clebk Cibouit Coubt. Q. Lee and D. F. Bailey were" elected V. F. Moore was re- Walter Franklin, D in their places. T. J. Todd, R elected constable. 2147 2140 2164 2098 112G AGENT FOR J. P. Manny Mower, Independent Reaper, Geiser Manufacturing Corh-- 4 pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw - mill, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth :: Harrow and cultivator, Superior Gram Drill, Buckeye Cider Mill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Boiler Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps All of the above T claim are the hesfr in the ninrlrf T fk'f'in stock and take pleasure in showing them at my warehouse in Franks foKyT. b-r- m I ! - Jun :b. hcejeik:ROUTE FOR- ?;! ilH-SmK-i matism. Miss Rebecca Crutcher is slowly proving and we hope will soon be imenn tirely well. ol Governor Moore has decided to make Franklin's majority a third party out of the Democrats County Judge. and Republicans, composed of all those R. A. Thomson, D who scratched tickets on either side on .. August 2d, to which he will give the Wm. H. Murray, R name, Tag End Party. He says a man that will scratch his ticket will not be Thomson's majority COUNTT ATTOBNEY. allowed to belong to either the Democratic or Republican party, but will B.Q. Williams, D remember he belongs to the Tag End, I. T. West, R which will, home day in the future, be the strongest party. Williams' majority Clebk County Coubt. N. B. Smith.D A. B. 967 2070 1216 854 2149 1035 1114 2184 1059 1125 2209 2167 1037 1180 2220 1019 1201 I j. i jh KENTUCKY'S EAST new , DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE ;iM mm , '. WA5HIH6TBH. PHILADELPHIA TOUR, :$m ($ m CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT. KY.. .. B..ul r unman at aieeping uart nuiinmy n..ll. new . ntJl ONLT LINE )Sm iT..Cai1S3 'jnl" -- FOR- $. Mre. Susie Fogg attended the State Editor JRoundabout: Sunday-schoConvention at Mt. Am glad to see that you take such an interest in Frankfort's Centennial. Sterling this week. From what, I read in your paper I Tell Uncle Zeke there was a scarcity learn that many speeches are to be deof jugs, bottles, &c, in our precinct livered, poems recited, etc. If a sugafter last election. gestion is in order, would it not be Shipp opened school at better to take two or three days for the Miss Katie last Monday festivities, and make it a "long to be the White School-hous- e remembered occasion." Am satisfied 15 or 20 pupils. with the committee can arrange the proMiss Jennie Jett and Mrs. Atta Ed- gramme so as to make it interesting wards left last Thursday for a month's for that length of time, and thu hospivisit to relatives in Indiana. tality of your citizens would not be too Mr. M. P. Craig and wife so far are severely taxed, at least there was a very well pleased with their new time when it would not. and they still home, so say the letters received from have the reputation of being given to - SOLID TEAIIT FROM- -- TO- Hammond, R Smith's majority' ; Shebiff. J. W. Gaines, D., no opposition Assessoii. Lewis Harrod, D SATURDAY, JULY 31st, 1886. SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. or ligature and without any pain. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhotl system without using the knife Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington ft - m mi iwssm -- W! WASHINGTON Connecting In same depot with CITY:i! fasttrauu for David Dalton, R FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO :i.ri? rfBH Harrod's majority ? Jaileb. Minus Williams, D Eli MoDaniel, R Williams' majority S. N. Davidson, Independent, votes. Thomas Hnntor, D C. H. Parrent, R, FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULGEH AND HECTAL GATAHRH LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, -- them. hospitality. A Foumer Resident. m ,Itt f ?3a.r ?ft'- - AND ALU- r.i ' Katie Coleman, of Louisville, who has been spending the last few mouths with relatives, left for home Thursday last. Jas. R. Shaw, R. J. Fogg and Wash Crutcher attended the State Sunday-schoConvention at Mt. Sterling this week. Chickeas suffered. OurWjjjnle neigborhood are deeply regretting the sickness of Mrs. Burdd' Bedford, wjio while visiting her cousin was taken with the flux, and has been very sick but we are happy to say that , she is improving. Mr. Lee Owen has two very good young roadster mares for sale, good, Jti. Hug. clever and sound. Miss ol 'Wheat Show. Farmers of Kentucky: With the view of directing the attention of the farmers of Kentucky where to obtain seed wheat of the best varieties grown in the State, the annual wheat show will be held at this office on Tuesday, August 24th, 18S6. The following premiums will he awarded: First and second premiums at $15 and io each Longberry, Red and White varieties. Each sample must he sent in a separate package, marked with the name of exhibitor, and the name of the variety, and contain bushel in each sample, and f the package may be sent by freiclit, at the charge of this office. It is my purpose to purchase of the premium varieties for distribution through the members of the Legislature in the various counties. JOHN F. DAVIS, To the one-hal- received 7 Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases,' - Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 2, 18S6. Supebintendent Common Schools. UTERUS, 2130 Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. 1054 1076 II Hnnter's majority Coboneb. W. H. Phythian, D C. C. Merchant, R PRURITUS, Itching Piles, C. S CtKe8&nmrther-,nf0rmat,0- app,y to your W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt., ' ami' Phythian's majority Subveyob. D. M. Woodson, D Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In thn 2144 lower boweL REFERENCES. 1080 W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort: RICHARD FERGU 1064 SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. General Manager, Richmond, Virginia. BRUSH UP! South Side Drug Store H'w the largest and cheapest line of hair, cloth, shoe, tooth, and nail brushes ever shown at one time In the city. . J. H. Bailey, R Woodson's majority woman and child should do, Pamphlets describing these diseases Bent free to Something every man, In and bear mind that the 2186 any one by addressing 1054 3P1 W. 26-l- I. KELLEY, M. D., 1082 911 909 720 675 Forks of Elkliorn. for small grain. Mrs. Eva Brown, of Louisville, is here, visiting friends. Mies Lucy and Emma Stedmnn visited Miss Mamie Gallihue last week. lA iss Gertrude Sharp spent last Saturday and Sunday with Miss Kaie Mrs. Mury J. Murphy is quite sick. Farmers have commenced plowing Maoistbates, 1st Dibtbiot. R. E. Gaines, D J. B. Lewis, R W. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. Dec. Pat. MoDonald, D P. Emerson, R Constable, 1st Distbict. CONSULTATION FREE. Commissioner, etc. The Best Rheumatic cine. Medi- R. C. STEELE. 50 50 75 styles and prices hair brushes " " doth " " shoe " Don't fall to examine the line at ' vv fc 1 W'. is 5r :v ; iv- - mm 871 REAL AGENT, Mr. J. W. Marshall, a merchant in L. L. Cox, D 758 W.S. Saffell, R THE SOUTH SIDE DBUG ST0EE, Hayneville, and well known in HousFRANKFORT, KY., ton county, Ga., has this to say about Cox's majority PltANKFORT, KY 118 ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN the "best of all rheumatic remedies." PROPRIETOR OF THE Franklin or adjacent counties. Police Judoe. May "I have been a sufferer from rheutAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE matism for 28 years; I am now sound W. H. Sneed, R 787 and well; six bottles of Swift's Specific VV. T. Flynn, D 804 AND & cured me. I write this in the hope Cannon. LECOMPTE'S HANDSIY100THER. 483 Sneed's majority thut others may profit by my expeMarried. Last Thursday evening at rience." City Mabsbal. the residence of the bride's father, near For six years was afflicted with J. M. Stephens, D 704 ! I Switzer, Mr. Thomas Wash and Miss , 450 Wm. S. Morris, R chronic rheumatism, part of the time Fannie Sebree. KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED perfectly helpless, not being able to 254 Stephens' majority 1 forfnmily use. Prompt Delivery, Ful 3iC.I3JT SO?. Mr. Wash Allen, wife and daughter, walk at all. For a while my left leg WeightiBoltom Prices. Miss Maggie, of Shelby county, have was drawn backward until nearly dou- A Captain's July Disbeen visiting relatives in this neigh- ble. It had a number of running sores covery. Telephone connection No. 36. on it. Physicians gave me no relief. borhood for the past week, I tried every patent medicine recomCapt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, Sick list this week Miss Carrie Al mended for rheumatism, being a drugMACKXiXXT, City len, Mrs. L. Holton, Mrs. Lou Florian, gist myself, but to no profit. At last I plying between Atlantic with uand N, cough Y., had been troubled Messrs. Jesse Wash, Kobert Frazier, commenced the use of Swift's Specific. FRANKFORT, KY. Dec.8-- f and Mr. George Lucas' little boy. The At first it seemed to make me worse. so that he was unable to sleep, and try Dr. King's to he latter has been quite low, but is thought My leg was much swollen, and I had a Newwas inducedfor Consumption. It J FFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Discovery to be some better. mar.aott physician to lance it. I soon began to not only gave him instant relief, but puroi'e uxiue lonaugnmgj gas, Improve. After taking less than a allayed the extreme soreness in his The Forks Mission Sunday-schobottles of Specific, I in Mr. John dozen my8olf soundSwift's well for the breast. His children were similarly will have a picnic y and always Maahwl. Are perfectly found and regularly by HMtto America TJied JNoel's woods, near the lake. Rev. G. first time In six years. That was five affected and a single dose had the same mmturmmtmm Women, unmuriprlm mil F. Bagby, of Frankfort, and Dr. Man-Je- months ago; I have felt no symptoms happy effect. Dr. King's New DiswraiwMie Ikcrw. or ; monev on wortMoaa XrT iiell of Louisville, but lately of Ger- of the disease since. I believe Swift's covery is now the standard remedy tmtm mmmvtUr UnU Bold by all Druar Ma. or many, are expected to be with us. All Specific to be the best of all rheumatic in the Coleman household and on mailed to any artrtrnw. Bend 4 cents for parBculari. BPJBcmc co., rMMiaa., Sunday-schoFree Trial workers are invited. remedies made. I commend It to all board the schooner. Remedy at BotJos. tles of this Standard Many thanks to friend Craddock, of who are suffering as I have suffered. 4 John R. Peel, with C. E. Obin-chai- LeCompte's Drug Store. hurts and many sorts of ails of me jYemucruuu, aim m mhii lur me Druggist, Pilot Point, Texas, papers. They are as good as a visit man and beast need a cooling home, ami glancing over its pages it Jan., 1886. Cloth aiidiOUBlnrfrnv.MZ 2M PAGCS. lotion. Mustang Luument. noon or naMeIMMltla cover. te. 'fid. kmftiiM. aan.MMr Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases reflects, as a mirror of enchantment, Uini Aixthe cwrleue,UoBMralor iDauiitdrawuttoknov. intei iMbraMUoa. HKiLTH, the sweet happy days of childhood. mailed free. LODGE, NO.O, MEETS EVERY BTOBMtad by H adTlie-weeklies may Mamr, bo aeW night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. If you want two of the bestKentuck-ia- n The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, iMtdle lifcJCA. UWEH,fl. u. Atlanta, Ga. New York, 167 W. 28d in the State, subscribe for the Sec. R. 22-3- ESTATE JOSEPH LeCDMFTE'B r.i HOKEOPATHISTS Choice Coal Cheap, M Fortunate OFFICE 327 DR. J. S. COLLINS, DEISTTIST, CEO. 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