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FRANKFORT, Elkhorn Association at Midway this KY., AUGUST 14, 1886. Number?. Attention is called to tho advertisement of Mike Buttimer, Esq., offering 'Mr. Saml. Lusshor is in Lexington. Miss Nellie Sanders, who has been building lots for sale. "Mr. Martin S. Whin is n gut'st of the visiting her sister in Woodford county, Buhr Hotel. has returned home. Mr. Darsie preaches night i ! Mr. Taylor Graham has gone to Cin- Mrs. C. T. White, of Midway and on "The Reasonableness of Religion." to reside. '') cinnuti Miss Mattie Turley, of Napoleon, Ky., The public cordially invited. In order to make room for our large Fall stock of 'tx ,' Miss Fanny Bullock has been quite were the guests of Airs. J. AV. Dailey Monday. sick for several days'. If you wish to get your money's . .. TT ...ft Revs. II A. GOODS, CLOAKS AND NOTIONS. V. "Hon. u ij. rnornton, oi vcrauura, rick, who haveBagbyand Itobert Pat- worth of anything for sale in a grocery DRY been visiting Rev. G. , vas In tovn on Tuesday. i; store, go and spend your money with F. ttagby and family, liMe returned " Miss Drew Church is visiting Miss to Louisville. John Drlscoll. .fohn is a square deal We will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at Miss Fannie C Brown, oi Louisville, er from way back. tf ?sfV Hon. Jno. C. Cooper, of Shelbyville, has returned home after a visit of live months to her sister, Mrs. Morgan of South Franufort. Poison dale. IwV Mr. N. P. Green, of Versailles, is Mr. Geo 0. Shaw, the Broadway Buhr Hotel. Last Sunday, while at Mr. T. F. $&. 'stopping at the We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. TVriaa Annin Oinirlrc wunt flnwn Oil street Hour merchant, wei t with the Hudson's, tho great hay and carp man, "." i excursionists to the Cave, and will go who is perhaps better known than any the Blue wing weoncsciay. from there to Greenwood. farmer in the State, we noticed that ifij&iyffi . Little Willie Newman is 'quite ill at Mrs. Sarah Pumphrey and grand- his son, DeWitt, seemed to be skinning ;his honiein South Frankfort. . off at the hands. Mr. H. cilled the litMKs Birdie Kemp, of ?t ,' Prof; J. R. Proctor returned. from a daughter, visiting the family of Louis- tle fellow to him, and showed us how ' W. G. ville, are the skin, even on the palms of his Sanders, near this city. ,111 Cilly ll A U OVlUJr mvA .. i hands, wa3 coining off in flakes and a Capt. Willis RIngo 'turned from 'Col. R. D. Allen and lady went old home at Clinton raccompanied h' new skin appearing underneath. He St- - OZLJ-A.Z- 25 by explained that several years ago the aown to lismisyuio on i.iiurewH.y. two daughters. Misses Ruby and child was badly poisoned with poison TEWT MV Tnl.n .. .w Tlnphost. his j V a vittUUil W roniiiriloftflftr ...v. ...... Nora, on Sunday morning. oak, and every spring he broke out ter, jn. x., on Tuesday morning. and suffered greatly. He had applied is. f M. Zimlich, Miss Fenia Mrs. f1, L B. Weisenbunrh. Ea.. went to Miss Addle Discher, of Jeffer- every known remedy to relieve the bigness trip Tuesday. IjfIndiana.on a son county, are the cuests of Mrs. C. MUfferer and employed physicians to attend him, but with no avail. "In A; Judge W; L. Jett, United States Discher, South Frankfort. ATfact," Mr. Hudson continued, "it Fost-omcuy. inspector, is in tne Mrs. Mary Caummissar and Mrs. seemed ,like to go in sight of a poison ' MV flrifi'lmnn is snpndimr rhf Link, who have been visiting the fam- oak vine would" cause the eruptions to , V,...i..--O m:ii n.tfd tvin.wij ..v.v.r... ily of T. C. Caummissar, Esq., return- break out afresh After trying everyJ.IIV gi ;, OUI1IIIJC1 ill IIIVIMIO I'llll v, mr.. i l i..sm..,l..IIUIIP ..1. ...... ed to Louisville Saturday morning. thing else I read In the Banner-Watc- h man so much about the S. S. S. blood 5? . has cone to the Warm Sorltnrs of Vir- Miss Katie Waggeneiy of Austin, Sil "rJn? Texas, who has been visiting Miss May medicine that I determined to try that Call and see our- Bagby, left yesterday evening forRus-sellvill- also, but must confess that I hud but Col. H. F. Duncan and lady have little hope in it. But, as you see, its to visit relatives in that place. ''gdne on a visit to friends in Warren success has been wonderful. It has Mrs. Emma Blanton"and Miss Helen driven every particle of the poison k county. Swigert, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mr W. A. Gaines, of Kansas City, Miss Doty Barr, of Louisville, are vis- from my child's system, and is now He is Mo., is visitins? his mother on Clinton iting Mrs. Jane Swigert, on Maple putting a new skin on him. S OFdid thoroughly.cured, and the S. S: street. Avenue. the good work. I believe that it will 'Hon. H. M. Winslow, of Carrollton, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coons and Master drive out any kind of poison from the Was in the city on legal business, on Henry left, on Saturday morning, for blood, and its effect on DeWitt proves Tuesday. it. There are a great many sufferers M"nr- - visiting Mrs. f!,mf W n Coons' sisters in that from poison oak in the country, and to nf J. P. .. JL fl,. r ..S. .111. ...... such I can knowingly recommend this l,r city. A great many at- medicine. It not only effects a certain Tuesday. M. Skillman, the eminent cure, but seems to put fresh life into Dr. H. Miss Annie Payne, of Georgetown, is physician of Lexington, was in the one." iirPbLiX visiting the family of Col J. Stoddard city on Tuesday, being summoned for This is only one of the numerous inconsultation with Dr. Dodd's physi- dorsements of S. S. S. that has readied Johnston. cian. us, and we publish it as informa'tion to Also quite a number of Hats, former price 3.50 to 4.00, now . - Mr. J. F. Lewis and master Sneed. Mrs. R L. Crutch er and children, of those who are suffering with poison in were up on a flying visit ;bf Louisville, this county, went down to wayson their system, it matters not from what . on Tuesday. Springs to join her husband, on Mon- source It conies. This discovery in reMiss Eloiso Hall returned from a day, he having secured a situation gard to curing the effects of poison oak )?.vwit to friends at Jett Station, on Tues- is of great importance, as it gives a there. 'day evening. certain remedy for a most common and Mi-s- . tests ' 'Fannie Quiggins-?i?- e Mnyhall, S. S. Meddis. E?n.. ' of Louisville, ' has who was called here .by the death of aggravating atlliction, for which no . . . . . . i .: Come quick before all are sold relief had ever been , oeen in our city this ween, loouing at her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mnyhall, re- permanent known. The S. S. S. Is certainly the . the nne horses. turned to her home in Elizabethtown king of blood medicine, and is as Dr. T. 11. Hudson and wile have re- - on Friday. harmless as it is solvent for tho eradi rmi W turned from a pleasant visit to friends E. W. Hines, editor and pro- cation of impure blood from the sysBanner - Watchman, Mr near Midway. prietor of the Kentucky Law Reporter tem. Athens Miss Lizzie left, Monday night, on the C. & O for, April 30. P. Hudson and yj Mrs WFriday from a visit to friends a two week's trip to Old Point and the Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases eastern cities. mailed free. jjtV in Harrodsburg. 3, The Swift l),u Jno. W. Rodman, Esq., went up to Councilmen John Tobin, Lewis Atlanta, Ga. Specific Co., Drawer23d New York, 157 W. - WtlHuinuliiirir. WIiIHpv ifiitntr. 'Piips- - Mangan and Richard Ferguson were in Loulsviile looking nt school furni St. fc day, on legal business. ture and making selections for our City S&.V Col. L. E. Harvie and iVIr. Jno. S. School, on Monday. Good, well cured bacon, lard, &c, n4' Harvie have gone on a trip seeking a Messrs. Tom Brislan, Jud Brislan. for sale by John Driscoll. tf Our TO "CTanLd restoration to health. sxresLr and .P rtuj 1T'.Ifl. C.icnxr wi irnnano nitt John Brislan, Chas. Weitzel, Pat Newls . iU.13.7 X' II. VII Viiov,), xxcinacii M' we have greatly reduced in price. iiyi man, James Newman, Monte Parker, feVHb., is visiting relatives and friends In Will Weitzel, anil Pat McDonald, jr., nFa and near tins city left for Crab Orchard the first of the We have all kinds of Mrs. Mary Williams, of South Frank- - week. affects seriously nil tho digestives and trtcj- mI tine, rvr.nn tt Gtwilltir ml!iiTlf Capt. James S. Jackson, wife and w lull, una n'rni; iu ijiiliuj v.wuiiijr ivy joassimilative organs, including tho s. K. K.it friends and relatives. daughter of Salem, Illinois (who have "When these organs uro so affected, ' they fall to extract from tho blood tho hff Jr.. n t.t t? ...I... 1UH mi.n..ci.-- . iui been visiting tho Captain's brother, in- xuuioviu.y A', lJIft'i' uric acid, which, carried through the cirreEsq. John a Jtliree. week's visit to his son Theo-- r turned to Jackson, at Bridgeport), twi culation, causes Rheumatism and Neutheir homo on Thursday ralgia. dore', in Kansas City, Mo. evenmg. Tho functions of tho Liver are also Mr. Landon Goin, of Fraukfort, has affected by costiveness, causing 'Wi Miss Bessie and Master Sam Ber Suitable for the warm weather. ifc,vNH'gonotoB.'att)yviIletowork for U. S. ' nard, who have been spending several tjovernment on the boom. weeks in this city visiting relatives, Among tho warning symptoms of Uilious-ues- s Miss AJlie Hlnes has returned to her returned to their home in Louisville arc Nausea, Dizziness, Headache, home in Bowllnggreju, aftera month's last Saturday, accompanied by Master Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision, George Browder. '. visit to friends in this city. Yellowness of Skin, Pains in tho Side, Back and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred Mr. Joliu Hawkins and Mr. W. C. Misses Annie Chilton, Hattie Minor, Tongue, Irregularity in tho action of tho Cromwell went to Midway on profe- Susie Minor, Lillio Harris, Mattie CarDowels. Vomiting, etc. penter, and Messrs. Frank Raukloy, Tho Stomach Miners when tho bowels ssional business this week.. are constipated, and Indigestion or TurV. J. Colo and James Chilton, Maud Wayts left Wednesday ner's station, wore guests at theofMeriMiss for a visit of two weeks to friends in wether this week. Sheloy and Oldham counties. follows. Fetid Hrcatli, Gastric Pains, Mr. Frank Heoney, the Broadway Miss' Mattie Catcher, of Woodford Headache, Acidity of tho Stomach, street merchant, left, on August 10th, Nervousness, and Depression, aro all county, has been visiting the Misses for Old Point Comfort, Newport News evidences of tho prcsenco of this distressMacklln, Washington street. and all points east, and will return via ing malady. A Suro Relief for irregularities of tho Stomach and all consequent Mr. John, L, Fahy was the gallant Philadelphia, Washington and Balti GL diseases, will bo found in tho use of for a party of young ladies who wont, more. During nis absence no win nu u line lino ol dress and lancy gooc to Crab Orchard this week. AYER'S PILLS. No. 439 Main St., ftver Crntcher & Starks' White Hail Clothing Hous fr. ntirl Nftss. Oif 'P. fJlllnm niul sultablo for this market. They stimulate tho stomach, freo the ww bowels, henlthfully Invigorate tho torpid Mr. James Heeney, of Second street daughter left. Friday, for a two week's liver and kidnoys, and by their cleansing, South Frankfort, went east, on August visit to menus in ltusseiiviuc. tonia properties, strengthen 10th,to visit all points of Interest, Now-po- rt healing nndtho whole system, nnd rcstoro '., Mrs. Mary A. Todd, of Versailles, and purify News, Norfolk, Richmond, Baltiit to u salutary und normal condition. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY ivr'-- itod Mrs. Mary T. James, of Fayette more, Washington, Philadelphia and MErAHED I)Y of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of 'j., county, were in the city on Thursday. Now York, and while thero will buy a Dr, O. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mais. J. ' .'. Col. Thos Wnilninn onil limv fi . T? . full supply of fancy groceries, that ho Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at . . Bold by all Druggist, Bagby, sr., atteuded tho meetings Of will offer in this market. home. Oct. 25-- tf. . -- CLOSING OUT! - i 1 . I j i . SM' ',.:......: v REDUGED PRIGES. .;. . m w Ss"T-- WE TZEL & O'DONNELL! 225 STSZ 225 -- Dis-cher.a- -- IIIGAINS! cj -- ,- R. K, M -- CLURE'S! e, REMNANT TABLE -- c , Ht-nr- J.-- . :(-.- r One shoes: -- MJL ! i YOUR PICK FOR $1.50, STRAW HATS AT COST. . r E-q.- , R. K. McCLURE. IB -- HOT WEATHER GOODS Oolored. G-OOC- er Strarw COSTIVENESS .CBl 4- Kid-noy- - , - UNDERWEAR, TTs. & m m ty Bilious Disorders. dome and See Hudson, Humphries Cassell, . Dyspepsia, "Water-bras- h, CAPITAL AitT GALLERY! MA.TTERTST, Prop'r, H. FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. r I v ia 1 2j if 4 WW ' -- hrt - i i--j, $0 E aiaaaaiwBwuujmiiMimijm.11. oi nTTTfflMj it t ,,,wy,.',-r.rTfflr.;.- ";t"lanrMwmiivrMTiT '.717 " t: x. uwiwtjawmjn mil ii uuiun.wjiiwiiwi.iujmu u.wimj j . ' mi r 1 mn v 'A j-- tp J' t.ja.-.'1 ".? - 1 - i'1 t ii . wi Tirana " . ." v v taii..iMMiJniimuiLragflmlj'jTry.jAii'rHiijLWtjm iiwwmj in ji'xv3Btswwxr, ."" u'v'rtywiiixji' t iiiw iiiisi ". i" i'w ' T' i " r : -- Enir ivrtvwv s" vjamjoi'-'- V L",V - 'f.viw 1 v . n a.;i.' ' . -, ,, ,... 'r'- ' fl r m, a LfRAiNKFOIlT itercd al the ns.n'-.coipou-offi- 110 1 1 iN DA BOUT, cc at Ernnktnrt, Kentucky class mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS; IEd.it- - c azica. 1S8G. F11ANKF0RT. AUOUSS 14, Rev. T. Warn Bengle, of Jessamine county will conduct n protracted meet-- i up; nt South Benson Church, bepinmng Hominy night, August Kith. All are ?f i.uisance is again the We have heard of quite a number of mishaps from their use. Horses are frightened and made unmanageable by being struck by them, windows are broken, and serious damage to individuals U often the eae. There is an ordinance on the statute boohs of the city against them, and we call upon the Chief of Police and his to see that it is strictly and impartially enforced. gum-slin- g The rage. 0.000 rfSTEtJ MBtIlC.ua 120,000 y3S9tv s&KPtii uxfsa rrpr) w ' nwxmmaSgaB mama Noioy vuhxi Vsssr OBBS' C!&fl S&C3 a VL !' sub-orninat- es -- BOUGHT AT THE - invited. The Mikado Minstrel Troupe, Prof. Wayland Graham manager, with the illimitable Frank Hutchinson as ft ret baseman, will give one of their unexcelled performances at Lawreneeburjr, on next "Wednesday evening, Aug 18. iy OBITUAitV. r.-- ft, Our community sulleied no ordinary 1033 last Snn-(- I nl'jht, when the splrd ol Mrs. scsas.nvh Ricr tnn'c Hs lilslit Into tlie UDBeen norid. Horn uml i .red In this c!tr she was Mdily known nml unlvpi-b.il- lj rcjpwted tind bcloed lor lur nriny noblo Oiullt.o ol clKirrcter nnd Iter grtMt worth and s a he KOiitlo kind, find unnellith soul, of wtat nttlM) and dcllcacv of ft'tllin?, nltlch, In all the reuitloiH of life, and In ecr Hpluru of action her loith The most enormous and the hruul-s- o shone A mtiw and piocl.Uinedparaon an honor to her never live). A irustt.oithj frlcm', a fiore Ititliful senant, n more devot-- e Iuh ' sunflower of the x.lfe, a mote upright and ovemphtry wonian. It Is "ot toi lust'.'.e be n sent to our ofliee by Miss Lotf!e si tnlu uc,u-- to say, our commiu Ity ioei the war before se s. grew in their garden in of t.na c ublna. the propel h, for many years FrMich. M. l.'e.Mtt and J family or So ith Frankfort, and measures 3(5 a'i esteenml and trmled (mwi'm In thea conscien-tl'i'r. L. A. Thomas, sho did her part with tendered fldellt inches in circumference. Pretty good not with which stl0.tta t.mt site but lit slnglc-n- itc ns men i.e.ihers, s uf heart, fearing tlod." eh! siz2, voi, Aunt bus 11111.111. as. all loed to call her. was a rara pxod woman, mid who. mat knew hrr. will not how large party of excursionists from in mm her loss? As we think or ch tritablo she synipathv for all in her Versailles came down on the Grace w trouble, ludcmentu how full o ioietrul of herself and thouditfu. In counsels and cthera, how mothiviy in Morris on Monday evening, and re- ovr rthe joung, and how tnie her all her lnst'netseaiv to tf of again the same night. rig t nt d conviction? on duty, we mm well ask. turned home her like again?" ten shall we look ni report having had a grand time. "w ml thus, In her frith j ear this worthy 6oul has a comfort It Is to know that sre pa ?ed liut - uisie and dancing were the order of is reedawaj. weaknt!.-- . and pain, that o 'resti; fiotn trun her lalws, ami die. Herdo follow isher." the evening, taken in connection with buc'i as she was cannot works memory and tro many In fn man IoaIiis a pleat-an- t stroll through our beautiful trat"tul souls. HeiiiK iie'm. sheet speaketh bj her city. puw and beautlfal lltrt, and by the lojttl senJce she rc'fiei cJ. " leep. weary cue." the master blih. "Tticro Aunt Susanna Rice, wife of Mr. An-c?eia tert for the people ot dod." upon that aooJ She fou;ht Rice, of color, died on Sunday, tlijiit.fhe has forever r catered. sl.o kept thoa fmth. imlfUrt ln-- couite. Is a croan of Hfo that Aug. 8, 1SG0, and was buried on Mon- and henceforth for her there fads-tnot awa. Great Auction Salb! & Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bcrnheim & Bauer, at net scaon r, er LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! It Utu-JmU- These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the w eje-servl- A LOWEST A GREA rn 1 "V h ASH PR Oa li ATT vb RR Bfi p TTO 11 J JLvJ'. (i Tluy DUCTION JLP Jkeoic 5 hr In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy yjbn 1 td tio-irt- s H R on ff,vaTT JTTiTA I I JL. ffB I IB I JLAAAXSl - VjkJDL ik IAT& ETC. esho MS day evening from the First Colored Uaptint Church. She was one of the most estimable of our colored people, In this county. Aug. 12, 1S8G. by Bev. O. F. V.by s, both of and had lived an humble pious life, sr Mr. L. Ii rtnwFS to Miss Scsan I.n: tills count;. and we trust and believe she has her leward in the bright world beyond. JAS- - A. VIOLETT. "XT-tXm- E ZE5Z--jZ-jjTj, In the case of the Commonwealth V.. J. M. Wakefield (upon information filed by the County Attorney, charg Attorney at Aug. 14-t- f. FABM FOB, SAIiSI Law, A SMALL FARM OF 50 OR the old Leestown nlke. seven on GO I& Joa m tiv EZ:aB -- m Fk IN- - 4 U :, in Woodford county. miles front Frankfort and four and a half miles tioin MUlw.i;; Is ottered tor suiu at a bargain, ing Wakefield with not listing $7,000 PRACTICE IN ALL THE COLitTS IN i'lie Improvements are comfortable, and all neces-sar- y OHICL-- Up worth of lumber for taxation) Judge WILL V i'rjnklin and adjacent counties. ;;oad. The place Is splendidly wasLiIrs. over .'udse P. c. Major's oltlce. tered and well timbered. For tonus address or call Thomson deccided that the lumber FRANKFORT, KY., LOTS FOR SALE! ACRES. LYING ON DEALERS Wit was not on hand on the 10th day of January (the time for rendering the l:.t), and therefore was not liable for July 31-- 1 m. HARRY CRUTCHER. Imckers. Woodford Co. taxation. We see by the Louisville papers that the Citizens' Telephone Company ha bien organized and commenced opera-,- " tions in that city. It claims to have in- - TTAVFiaiUTlLDINfi LOTS FOR SALE. LE"L mid faeinu the city, fenced in. Good road. sell the same ut low pilces, MlCItAKli BLTTIJiGR.I Aug. 1 14-l- t'. t l,it. WILL P. T3. MAiTOB, 1PItA.NliJPOTl'r, KY., PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF Carroll. Gallatin, l'oone, Owen and Grant counties, In the Court of Appeals, uud in the KeJeral Couit. 313y-t- f. Farming Implements, Field Seeds,' Hardware, Buggies Wagons, Harness, Saddles, fyc. AGENTS FOR t . PUBLIC SALE! OF cGormick Binders, 1 - . ' " cheaper rates and more improved sli'iunents than the older companies. IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. One great advantage being that the ires are so connected that the central ia UFRrr.Y GIVEN THAT AS ADMINoiiiee cannot hear any conversation go- l inTim lhos. J. Middleton. deceased, and Commissioner of the Frinklln Clicutt fourt apical 0..1, ing on between subscribers, as the Mi.i.iiktnn'k Arlmliitstr.itnr vs. Han- i.: ,i,,. with the central is restored klns, aTe., I will on only when the parties hang up the re-- l' MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1886, cciving instrument. Between the houro of 10 and 2 o clock, at the VALUABLE LAND - REAPERS & MOWERS.knotting themselves Indebted to him will please foraard und aettla at once, and all tho3B having claims agulitbt tho estate ot said decedent are untitled to ptesent the same, properly proven, for settlement. Jul21-lJ. C. ROGERS, Adm'r. conio m APPOINTED ADMINISTRATOR VINO H Aof the BEENlate John Henderson, all persons the con-...iifvti- on Cour.-hou- se L- Our citizens were very much pained and shocked to learn of the death, at r hi-- i home in Covington, on Tuesday w last, of Hon. John W.Stevenson. Thus And of an acre, more or less, together all mother of our statesmen yields to the with the residence,beloiiLdnc; situateand the old llar- on thereunto great king of destroyers. rodLurg and Frankfoil dlit road, abjut three miles Gov. Stevenson was an able, honest, aoutnwest of Jones, andadjoining the lands of Scott Ben Hughes, and Including ilrown, Colon ;jv woodland, and having upright christian gentleman, of the old about a4iaciosol tine and line orchard. The on the above place good spring tU.Vle, and hiseath brings sadness and ttact will be ottered lit separate parcels to suit bids accepted as a whole, and and ' sorrow to a large circle of friends and which realize then greatest amount the the aggreiite. In the purchaser of these lands will bo requited to The it, I, nircrs in this community. glto bond with approved security, beating six per possession and tntetest Quite a number of our citizens went cent foe given, from date, and aImmediatesoon as the deed so If will over to Covington to attend the funer- - sale la coiihtmed by the court. J. W. JENKINS, C. special Commls'r F. C. Among others Gov. .vug. , a) on yesterday. t 'Knott, Gen Hewitt, Gen. Castleman, " Ci 1. Dick Tate and Capt. Thomas J. AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL IJ.;rris. raamn Occasionally we run up on an old S9M dm'ument that illustrates the way were done in the days "lang tilings j, y:ic." We have before us a circular iv AUG 81st, SEP. 1, 2, 3, and 4. by llermau Jiowmor, sr., E;(j., x't counties of CompMti n open to the world free. to his constituents of the V.odford and Jessamine, rendering an account of his stewardship in the TWO RACES EACH DAY. I)o;Islnturoof 1S0, from that Scuatu-ri:- :l Spocial trains on nil roads at reduced rates. First Day Shorthorn verseH Hereford's. distiict. Hall opon the ilrdt day, and will bo another document of equal, if Floral And n fentuvo of the Fair. nof more interest is a theatre bill is- HAJ0E P. P. JOHNSTON, Pres't. ; vied Jan'y 2G, J824, announcing a td. TH0S. L MARTIN, Seo. benefit to IMits Julia Drake, to be given S at the old theatre which our older sale. will remember was situated in the occuthird story of the building now HOUSE ON EROADWAY STREET, pied by Jno. k. Bantu, R. B. Jillson, 1ST, THE from tAOdoors Merletlier Hotel, known as tho by Mrs. R. C. and Dan. Fcehan, on the corner of St. Sneed pioptrty, ami now ' CI::ir and Broadway streets The two biccio an a uoawiiiis uood repair. Is well located, and nroneity U la Thin ' n'13 l,lll rooms, besldeh k'tslien, servant's roam ami pil.V h i'TC, Jvtij oiu hub Ills Fiiultw. UtlM.mcnt It Is llow reiltcd, hut If sold, the pres- ' iinmeJiatol), and If rr raitrt of Human Nature," aiHl cut tenant nlllKlve 'Vv ' "LdVO Laughs Ut Locksmiths" TllOi U. The brick cottage. No. rm, Muln htreet, con- talnini: four rooms, and all reasonable conveniences, sjpport was consulereu excellent lor This pioperty Is noiV occupied by Mrs. Kate Maiio-neand possession cannot be given until the 15th taut day and, time. or next April. to Mr. Jack For terms of bale apply to We ure under obligations Li. u or BEN. MARSHALL. Long for a look at these old documents. tf. doer In trankfort, being County Court day sell ut public sale to the highest niid best bidder, on a credit ot sis, twelve, uud elghtheen months In equal Inst I'.Iments, xae lunn on whicn 'iiios. a. Aiiuuieton nveu, coni.uimiK uuuui Cra"b Orolaard 24-6- Spring v'UvM'm i bZLXmaiZ wrwTaBEaRK P"- - BSS&Sl '"Jut " These machines are unexcelled for simplicity, durability and lightness of draft. A full line of repairs in stock. Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. H 131 ACRES, 's POPULAR TRIP ROUND now on TICKETS TO THIS return Oct. HtlentSi.CO, good to 3lst either via Lexington or Louisville. Baggage TOM kkvvman, cashier. checked through. July t. three-fourth- apjturte-lfaiiee- fl Dudley Institute! THE Somi-Annual TWENTY-FIRST R8 SOif I jiPiiifPfiil SPUING-- T ut22Z3 FY lnrjjo- ;- Has just recived lur, - STOCK - Session of this school WILL COMMENCE OF 4 -- loves, wiiuuu' & Mantels. Call and exnmine the 1 TERMS FROM SI30 it. TO $37 3PICR. SB3SSIOJNT. T. M. TURNER, Principal. . SOUTHERN QUEEN Julv24-2m- Wrought Steel Range, The new Librarj- - Lamps, now Gas Fixtures, the famous HOUSE AND LOT, LOCATED ON THE CORNER A of Second and Murray sire ts, lot 60 by 100 feet, and house containing live rooms. Will be sold on J.E.KENT, e.tsy terms. Apply to Julyl7-liu- . Comer 2d A Shelby. A FOKSALE! PUBLIC SALE m mm 11: J nn-miro- And to ranny other ncefnl nrticlcfl too to inenticii, (.11 nt the LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of nil kinds Bolieited in roofing, guttering gas fitting and plumbing. Of Land, Slock, Farming Implements ami Town Lois. Assignee ASserve, on of H. O. Davis I will sell without re- JOB "WORK '' Give mo a call, M Thursday, August 12, a. m.. on the home place, y mile west of Midway, 15 town lots and 1 house wllh 4 rooms. In the town of Midway. Also about 40 acres of land situated near Midway. There Is a two story brick dwelling house on the land, which contains 8 rooms and has all necessary conveniences; one tobacco barn, two tenement houses, and out buildings usually found on u farm. Near t ho houso Is a never falling spring and a llsh pond. The location Is convenient to churches, schools. the above tract of land la 111 acres of No. 1 hind with a large tobtccn barn on It, and u tenement house with 3 rooms, which will be sold at the sumo 168C,at 10 o'clock, one-haltwo-storAc-Near citl-zvii- ei mm oa-upie- SPECIAL NOTICE. TTAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS cute all kinds of F. C. IZTTCHEB, Genera! Insurance Agent Ofllco on Main Bt., Opposite rl TO EXE- - Tanners' Bunk. JOB PRINTING AND BINDING --- REPRESENTING. 15 1 TH- E- nou-ie- . y, acres of land, lying In Scott county, one Also mile east ot Fisher's mill, adjoining the furins of It. P. Pepper, known as the Kiimueli and (JUss place. win be bold publicly at same time, it is wen rei ami supplied with water, Tho htock consists of 1 No. 1 milch cows. 'L work Middle m irs. mules ami 1 The farming implements tiro such ai usually found on u farm. ISO time. "STeoaaaaxx Office Uiim Americas ni Foreign (kpaciev WITH OVEK 4 tho undersigned respectfully solicit a share of vour liatronin;?. We are prepared to execute, upon short notice TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON EARS! PROPAxent Anchor Line of BLANK HOOKS. HRIEKS. I ertv f Steiimsltli) Prepaid Ticket eold from any point n LETTER AND BILL HEADS, $ioo,ooo,ooo,oo ASSISTS. Apr.JY-jj. July II. Hit iwf am, Auctioneer. T. P. DAVIS, Assignee. 17-4- s und such other work an Is usually dono In nay establishment. Vo propose to execute work at as close llgurei as can be made by any otilca in Central Kentucky. !HJy-- it TANNER & WILLIAMS. first-clas- (Ireat Drittalu or Iitlairl Job Work neatly cutcd at tli is office. exo- - i FRANKFORT ROUNDAIMT. FRANKFORT, AUGUST U, 1883. The A. L. Franklin Philip SellKM-l'M- . Willis aroen. No. Street. Room?! I'lifT rotalnor nt It kor Rkxt 217 Annlv to Mr.. Wjwhlnjrton 2t Rav. P. S Fall will preach at the at 11 Baptist Church o'clock. There will bo no service at night. e, Clair street, Is the place you should visit if you wish to buy The new jail will he completed and oW Amleraon county whIskles ready for occupancy on September 1st, ' tf uucordlii" to contract. For wire door and windor screens Our young men should not forget call on Joe Bohannan, shop on Lewis , (he Gymnasium, Heading, street, near Main. Prices range from project. Don't let it fail boys. !ic, 10 to 20 cents per square foot window cost from 00 centa to S2 00, according to Ground was broken on Monday for room of the size. the new Sunday-schoo- l Baptist Church. Mtwrs. J. W. Gault Foil Ri:nt The store to the right & i'o. have the contract. of the main entrance of Odd Fellows first-clas- s, Bath-room4o-4- t. Prtyliytcrlan Church 'I'lwi..,. ti!tl i; iia liuiv; uiii l.i mi Liriiliii oi'L ii,u .if uivi TTi..f tu (Iw, x- aiol I i T)niiinmKiii I..1 T..I... Itc....l n. C!f .vuuiv;iiikji iniii uuuii xUDiwii u uii 1 Not a particle of calomel or any other deleterious substance enters into the composition of Ayei's athartic Pills. On the contrary, thoao who have tifced calomel and other mineral poinoin, as medicine, find Ayer's Pills invaluable. The most deadly foe to all malarial diseases is Ayer's Ague Cure, o combination of vegetable ingredients, of which the most valuable is used In no other preparation. This remedy is an ci. HM.iiorcougtnnnv other fatal Strantf'a.P'soCortUFiilT Mcuumi rn'il an liy iiiul'Ic. I.i- -i Hum; for UysprpHM.lii digestion, side thousands tes.lly. . JR. I n I ROGERS, : -- DEALER IN- - riBflHIRTBiiirir I i la in 9 1 I I 3 i y iisii 1 y El C&Wa absolute specific, and succeed- - when other remedies fail. Warranted. inui to e. COFPIKS . l Eangor! I'lH'immiM ii. 4 1.' imMimptlnn nr .! nu Or -- V M Temple, with small room up stairs If you are joini? to purchase jjliw-warSomething New. given September 1st. Ap-Ib- r or anything in that (pjeonsware, Burmese ware in plush and peach E. A. Fkllmek. i'y to to see John' Driscoll, St. Clair blow finish The curative power of Aver's Sarsa p ilntinjj at line, so parillu is too well known to require PuriiH' SBijnnjiT'.s. you buy. He'll make it :it street, before o FRANKFORT, KY inr xjhtiou- iiKi 01 any exaggerated or 227 MAIN STREET. tf Mrs. Ellen A. Lee, widow of oilicor to your interest. ficticious certificate. Witnes-e- s of its Cottages roit Rent and Sale. marvelous cures are v All the latest stjle furniture coiiti:ntIy In stock. IV Tore Lee, died at the residence of Mr. Apply to Drs. Gober & Son, 017 Main Mr. Irvine Curtis Sharp, at Bridgeevery city and hamlet of the land. Jil!) tA. Write Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, L. F. COMITOK. port, was fooling with an old horse Jack Angrave in this city, on Tuesday street. W. C. Macklin. Mass , for names. pistol last Saturday, and he now knows night last.". An End to EJone Scraping. (J03JPTON&31ACiaiNs how it is when the old thing is loaded, We are glad to learn that Col. R. P. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, as his left hand is badly uuimed. I'l'.OritlKTf IIS Pepper's five young mare, Dessio Win-gat- 111., says: "Having received so much is improving with strong hope benefit from Electric Bitters, 1 feel it We regret to learn that Prof J. W. VThcn Baby yraa sick, to gave her Cutorla, ELKHORN ROLLER MILLS, my duty to let suffering humanity Dodd, L. L. D., of Vanderbilt'tUniver-sity- , of ultimate recovery. know it. Have had a running sore on When alio was a Child, bIio cried for C'astoria, n.WE Tim rci.L is very seriously ill at the InstiBase Ball. News. The Uptown my leg for eight years; my doctors told When alio lircamo iliis, she cTnug to Castorla, Feei)I - ninded Children, he be- Dudes v. Leestown Boys. Score, 14 to me I would have to have the bone tute for When she had Children, oho gvo them Castorla, or ing on a visit to the family of Dc. J. Q i, in favor of the Dudes. Games play- scraped threeleg amputated. I used, instead, bottles of Electric Bitters AND MAKtTACTCRA Stewart. and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica ed every seventh day. Salve, and my leg is now sound and Six of the best grades of the beat Flour A large company of excursionists Mr. V. T Run van lias taken charge well." made in the world. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents from Lexington and points this side of the store of Mr. Frank Ileeney durTin:Br,sTSA.iiVK in the world for Offlee and wareroom on Broadmi), opposite Capwent down to the Mammoth Cave on ing his stay in the east. Will was edu- a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve per box by Jos. LeCornpte. 5 at Jun.'J ISSlrlV. Cuts,, Bruisfs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt itol Square Tuesday morning, and r turned again cated in the dry goods business. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappc' a Thursday evening, very tired but de'all A lady writes: have used Aver's Hands, Chilblains, Corns, andcure-Pile- s, The Steamer Blue Wing felt on great "hole in the lighted with the Sarsaparilla in my family for many Skin Eruptions, and positively guarWednesday for Louisville and will reor no pay required. It is ground." BY GOINO TO SEE- years, not turn to day and leave Saturday night. out it. and could reliefkeep house with- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or For the of the pains con- money refunded. Trice zo cents per There was nu excursion train from Capt. George W. Anderson in c large. sequent upon female weakness and irhereto Midway, on Sunday last, which regularities, I consider it without an box. For sale by Joe LeCornpte. The German Mannerchor will give equal." Odd Felcarried a large crowd of colored . Fon SAM-- on Rkxt. The residence lows and others. The occasion was the an excursion and picnic up the river y Foil Rent. A Tne Grace Morris and of six rooms, located on bricdiouse of Mrs. Jouett, in South Frankfort. laying of the Corner stone of the now Ann street. Lock box 113, Frankfort, Ky, African Methodist Church at that place. birsre will convey the party to the Apply at Crutcher & Starks. We understand that the town was grounds. IIouse Fon Rent A comfortable crowded with visitors from all quarters. If you wish fresh, nice, and cheap house of five rooms for rent, 'Main The case of Judge P. U. Major vs. um iqn Branch 3Ef"V3LifcvP m iu1"! Street. AnnIyto.T. I'll rv yyCT7'? u The case of the Commonwealth Mrs. R. W. Scott, for the possession of groceries, John Driscoll 's is the place I3ank of Kentucky. W. Pruett, 2t. against Win. Gordon, charged with as- Col. S. T. M. Major's child, will be to go, St. Clair street, Mrs. Kahr's old tl saulting and wounding with intent to heard by the County Judge on Mon stand. Farmers having real good buteher day. kill orje Frank Felicetti in the city of Cutting Boxe3 and Cider Mills at stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, o will receive the highest market price Frankfort on August ikl, was called Mr. Sand. Luscher has some friends Uastin JJros. y calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main eefore Magistrito Pat McDonald on visiting him from the "Faderland," f!4-t- f. If you want a good juicy steak, sweei ;treet Wednesday. Oa motion of the Comexcursion hams, bacon or lard go to Mack 's monwealth the case was eontinuea un that he took with him on the store, No 223 Main street, oppoCornice Poles 30 cents each nt R. on Wednesday night, who enjoyed tl.e til Rogers. site Dr. Buvall's residence. whole trip immensely. ... mm The old Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Propar Treatment for Coughs. The Hlbenii.i mis a uuu lis. of ofll Church has just closed a very interest That the reader may fully undercers: Capt. Sandy V. Pence; W. R. ing and solemn revival meeting. It stand what constitute a good Cougi wa conducted by llev. J P. Sarapy, Jones, First Clerk; C. Montgomery, and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tin the pastor, assisted by Rev. Dr. F. PI. Second Clerk; Joe Jones, Pilot; and and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies yet discovered. Thc-Kerfoot, of Midway, Ky. There were Willis, Steward. ingredients with several others equally twenty-eigh- t additions by experience Wo are under obligations to Mr. E. as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. and baptism. We rejoice to see this old C. Hopper, Secretary, for a compli- fJosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, Jan. church renewing her youth, and cop, mentary ticket to the Latonia Agricul- thus making it one of the most reliable gratulate both pastor and the people on tural Association's Annual Fair, whit; now on the market. Price ."50 cent-an- d $1.00 Samples free. Sold bj the good work. oueurs at that place Aug. 24th to 28th. Hughes & Chiles. 2 THAT 9 TttE PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED mlmlnis-IThe Chespeake & Ohio had quite a 1 have novsht from Mr.". .Addle (inrrett. Mr. George Salender is building a Cider Mills and Cutting Boxes at tratrlx of E. Whltcldes, decenstd, his ertlre lntt rest - serious accident to ocear Saturday, in 1:10 wharf at the foot of Conway street Mnstin Bros. forty miles from Ashland, Ky., near South Frankfort. S. & J. 11. Told will Furniture and Undertaking Do you want to buy clean and fresh Limestone station. By a mistake of use it for handling coal, they having canned goods? Well, then, John Dristwo trains Train Dispatcher Howerd, an office at Mr. Henry Williams' gro- coll is the man you are looking lb . FOR PITCHER'S were sent crashing into each other cery. Ho lias them. St. Clair street. ti K around a short curve. Pour persons And have sold Interest In inr business to Attention is called to the card of Jas. were killed outright and two others If 'out of sorts' with hendnrho, seriously injured. The train due hero A Violett, Eq., late County Attor-, dhmdcT, torpid liver, pain in back or stomach side, conS. stipation, etc , urKlPct nm ia lata!. One doae ney, offering his professional service.-at o'clock did not arrive until near 12 of btrons's Sanatlvo Pilla will give relict to the public. Mr. Violett made a A lew doaea restoi o to no w health and vigor. o'clock that night. Am! hereafter tho style of the firm will be s Coutny Attorney, and is a The excursion given by the Steamer good lawyer to entrust your business Louisville steam bread and rolls at & Grace Morris, with her Palace Barge, to. Kleber's. St. mi Centaur Liniment is tho most on Wednesday evening last, was the And the business will be continued old Our friend W. LaBue Thomas, Esq., wonderful Pnin-Curthe of YVhitesldts & Staten, No. 1218 St. at theetreet.stand Cure for Piles. grandest of all these always pleasant Cl.Ur May world lias ever known. of Lexington, Kentucky, has been JAfc. T. SI ATEN. excursion's. There were over two hunPiles are frequently preceded by a for the South- sense of weight in GEZlKlKlHlKSSSl the back, loins 'and dred of the nicest people of our town made the Goneral Agent of lower part of the abdomen, causing JFGOR J3 being a per- ern Mutual Insurance Company 011 board, and, the evening Kentucky. The Col. is a rustler and the patient to suppose has sono etiec-tionr'OTTACE. WITH OARDEN ATTACHED. IN fect one for such a trip, the enjoyment nc;ie loint, on reasonable terms. Apply to will make things hum in his enlarged gans. the kidnoysor neighboring or WML CROMWELL was continuous and complete. The Aug. At times, symptoms of indigesJUlHiE REUBEN HKOM'N, field of operations. tion aro present, flatulency, uneasiness muslq was funished by the Frankfoit of the stomach, eet Amolsture, like Attorsiey-at-LawBrass Band. The oiiiaers of this boat NEW PLANUM MILL. The L. & N. R. 11. seo.u fated this perspiration, producing a very disadeserve the thanks of all the commu- week. Another collision occurred greeable itching, after getting warm, AND nity for affording these opportunites to Monday night between passenger train is a common attendant. Blind, Bleedget away from care and heat at so No. 1, on the short lino branch, and ing and Itching Piles yield at once to application of Dr. Bosanko's PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF small a cost, which is so amply paid freight No. 12, at Sulphur Station. the Remedy,which acts directly Franklin ami tbo adjoining counties, and Ilavingrooontly added to his Establishment Pile upon ,4a for by the pleasure and comfort afford- One man was killed and others wound- the parts effected, absorbing the Tu- will also givespoclal attention to the purchase Wj and nlo of rial cstnto, collection of rents, ed, mors, allaying the intense itching, and 'M First-CIns- s ed. Cause a belated freight train. rianing Mill, - 9 effecting n permanent cure. Prico 50 oluims, and tho negotiation of loans. Office opposite Court Ilouso. We are under special obligations to Address, Tho Dr. Bosanko Juno By nn explosion of Engine No. 909 cents. 1W Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of Judge P. U. Major for a copy of the at Lexington, on Thursday last, Win. Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. acts of the Legislature passed at the Speaker, the engineer was instantly !$ several sessions thereof for a period kilh.d. Speaker had been put upon covered by tlu.i years 1812-18The the engine temporarily in place ol A flltlP.lf DCtJUltJ-M- T n;OTm nimcrnn ALSO book was printed by Messrs Gerard & Win Webber, who was attending the Lost orFailing Maxthood. HervonuMM WmUinea, Imok of 8treuetli. Berry, Public Printers, and was the funeral of his brother in Louisville. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnin yjffor or Dovslopxaemti OAUMd brinducrotion,ozoo)ca,ato FOR BaneCUIna property, at one time, of John Brad- No caiuo known for the explosion, UaTt CurbHtliaallv Within ntnnntk Vn ll.Mhf4nn ' WJlf.V3 Ootton out in tho Best Style. '. PotltiyeProofi, full description nd ford, Esii.j the first Public Printer of lfttternf Ht1( la Pllo rested enralopa, frM. Mayl5-tf- . avr,OO..J.0.1Jrowerl'Jft, Gay Pautv A party consisting ttflalo.N.T. A Kentucky. It dually came into the Misftes Mary S. Mil ward, .May possession of Col. S. I. itf. Major, and was of Minnie Walker and Margaret Is TUG Best presented to us a monionto of our de- Lewis, beaued by Mossrs. Edward friend and benefactor, by Judge Walker mid Charles Milward, will ceased Mustang Liniment is older than Waterproof Goat Major. It contains quite a number Join the mammoth Cave excursion on most men, and used more and too gay Mane. of quaint and queer enactments, and, and lutnare Tins is really a is to party more every year. wo glad Lexington Kono etnnlno unleit have Don'twnloyourjnoncvona(fttmormftbcrcnftt. Tho Fisn HRAN1 BLICKEr Uuiprit wllU fio alwvt linL'ulu Is a very valuable so bright a representation 'taken nil together, I'ui.r and trji4 ritoor. and will keep you dry in tlie hardest Morni Lexington TIMDB MARK. I'ISII UHAND" suckriiiu1 tnkonooilior. If vnur ftorekecner doc Askfort Gazelle. relic of "yo olden tyme." "crlptlve rutnloifiiu to A J. TOU'KK. a) Rlmmnm Rt. Ilo.tnn. Mn Me 'ion It .i Window Mm A SPECIALTY. Go-t- f. - tb-da- I ... e, Roller Svstem, K- 2-j- '! M.GETEY -- SAYBD : two-stor- 4(J-t- f. gi IpCSlra!Jl! f Sal-yer- to-do- fl-l-t- V. BERBERICHJ (2 er NOTIGK! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf W. DEHONEY first-clas- STATEN 8-- tf DEHONEY, A-HLiI- Ei! of j , Heal Estate Agent, J. M. WAKEFIELD m m mm 25-l- y. 10 - irv Mil-war- d, Man and Beast. $Si5fc. SLICKER w l' L'N ' ,J .. ' V "v. I i f.' IT . hirliJ iii4f.iam limffii EWlfen VjAfli twSfeMifft(rvif - -- '!&' n . Tongaline has already done very 'A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, good servier in two'tases of habitual spices, and all oilier general grocery headache, of an otherwise very obsti- supplies can be had cheap at John Mr. E. W. Ayprs, of Mnpleton Stock nate and intractable nature. M. tf Driscoll's. Go and see him. D., Tiiro. Hermann, Fttrm, Franklin county, 1ms In training St. Thomas, Mo. t ten head of trotters, one, two, and Closing Out ! 'odefinltfl aches and palng of nerrtrai How many terrible aches one's poor head fine form. Office of Superintendent of Fm three years old all well and in In order to make room for our large has, and what suffering Is caused by these Public Instruction, Cloaks of """""" UuSS headaches. Relief may bo had from Nervous, niatiam, it la almwt a spociflo." Fhankfpht, Ky., Aug. 5th, 188G. ) Fall stock we Dry Goods, during and "We regret to learn that Dr. J. W. will sell, Notions, this Neuralgic, or Sick Headache by thq use of M. D., St. Paul, Minn. Park Ritchie, but "nave In caros of Dodd is gradually but surely approach- White, per capita, for School year month, all goods in stock, at reduced WV1CV0 Wh,ch ista Anot tt cure-al-NorVOUS He&dncheanod ToiiGAinii: almost every NeuraWo V wvvwvwvt which with succtws in cure for icstanc. 188G-'8t. . . $1.05 prices. We will give the trade some coming death, many a heart in tliis Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica "ctociaa Ohio Colored, per capita, for school year good bargains. Call and see us. !2, and Gout. No proprietary medlcino has ever munity will be deeply grieved to hear 188G-8$l.G5 WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. obtained such strong endorsement from tho this. 225 St. Clair street. medical profession. theo. IUmMAJiN, II. D.. St. Thomas, Mo. Whito census for 18S0-8538.000 FOR BALE BY AIX DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Colored census for 1880-'8102,817 A. A. RAELL.IER, Solo Proprietor, 709 and 711 WASHINGTON AYKNUE, BT. LOUIS. Mrs. W. T. Heading gave an enterCoal! Coal! Miss Total census tainment in honor of her nieces, G41,80G All kinds, best quality, full weight, Mittie Venable and Miss Cooper, on Whito increase 1G,G05 at bottom prices. Double screened, no 11,188 Thursday evening of last week, which Colored increases slack or dirt. I will sell coal as low as was much enjoyel by all present. Total increase 17,878 the lowest. Call and be convinced designed for ., Ayer's Sarsaparillu is Geo. B. Mackun. JOS. DESHA PICKETT, B. those who need a medicine to purify Stift. Public Instruction. Aug. m i V their blood, build them up, increase their appetite, and rejuvenate their Fraxkkort, Ky., August 10, 1SS6. AGENT FOR- Farmers and Meohanics. whole system. No other preparation ?. P. Sayre's School Save money and doctors' bills. Reso well meets this want. Its record of As Frankfort's Centennial will he celeMower,. Independent Reaper, Geiscr Manufacturing Comforty years to one of constant triumph brated at Frankfort, Ky.. with imposing cer- lievo your mothers, wives and sisters J. P. Manny emonies on Wednesday, the 6th of October, by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's over disease. Kalamazoo Spring Tooth pany's Peerless Threshers and Saw-mil- l, 1SS6, the undersigned, former pupils of 11. Cough and Lung Syrir , best known Harrow and Cultivator, Superior Grain Drill, Buckeye Cider By the courtesy of Deputy Collector H. Sayie's celebrated school, have thought it remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and appropriate to call for a of all the Bronchial effections. Relieves ChilMill, Thomas Hay Rakes, Atlas Engine and Ucilcr S. E. Blackburn, we nij enableJ to re- -' of this clinol to be held in the dren of croup in one night, may save port the amount of internal revenue students Opera House at Frankfort at 7 o'clock on the you hundreds of dollars. Price 50 cts. Works, and Columbus Steam Pumps e collections for each week in his di- evening before the Ccnlenmiial, for the and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by of re union and arranging to go in a body Hughes & Chiles. 2 vision. The total amount collected by All of the above I claim are the best in the market. I keep them in the Centennial procession on the 6th. Not him from Aug. (5th to Aug. 12th inclu- knowing the present e addicts of all in stock and take pleasure in showing them at mv warehouse in FrankW. C. T. U. Notes. sive is $31,005. who were once students at this school, we fort, Ky. t- take this method, through the genetosity o Thero will bo a meeting of tho Woman's Miss Lucy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs the press, to invite each and all of the'former Christian Temperance Union in tho Chapel Jim C. E. Merrill, will bo miirr.e.1 to Mr.' MudcntM of the 11. li. Sayre school to meet us of the Christian Church, Wednesday, Augin at the Opera House in Frank- ust Geo. Andrew II. Mizell, on Wednesday fort on Tuesday evening, O't. 5, 18S6, at 7 W. 18th, at fivo o'clock, p. m. Mrs. to Bain nnd othor State officers are be next, in Memphis, Tenn. Miss Lucy 7'clock to renew our friendships and prepare here, and as thero is business of importanco ) was a former resident of this city, and 10 take an appropriate part in Fiankfort's it is earnestly desired that every member bo KEDTUnKY'S B0UTE EAST Centennial ceremonies the next day. Re- present. The hour set for tho meeting will her friends lender hearty congratula- spectfully, Edmij. H. Taylor, Jr., not conflict with tho sessions of tho Sunday tions on the happy event. Edward Henslly, School Convention. All friends of tho tem DR. KELLEY; . FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, .wta&itv $. . .Cl M J A "&g XT sns l, 7 7 toBtrictx iT?' tMffij$A'9Au"iX!m 7 7 .M 41 Capif a! Citv leadline Works, J. Meek, Propreitor. -- t. H As pur-nos- s Post-offic- b imzikieik:. n tnunm m m m WASHINGTON. FHILAQELFfliA , M4, m ' ? Kentucky Regiment, Gen. The Dan. V. Lindey's old command, will have a reunion iit Ashland, Ivy, on Monday, September (5th. lleduced rates will be given to any old soldiers, who wish toattend,and all are invited. The boys propose to have a grand old time. 22d J. SwiohRT Taylor. W. U. Fai.i., Eugi:ni. P. Moore, perance cause are most cordially invited. Band of Hope meets every Sunday after noon at four o'clock, in the Masonic Hall. I OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BE AT THE I NEW Wl r G? TIIE ONLY LINE Siierift's Notice! am now ready, under the new revenue law, to receive State and county taxes for the year 188G. The law makes it my duty to take steps to com-pe- ll payment of all taxes due, if not paid by Oct. 1, 188G, as 1 have to make settlement with the Auditor Jany. 1, 1 It. k' 1887. J. W. Gatnes, Sheriff. tor We have just recieved a catalogue and circular of the Southern Exposition, to begin at Louisville, on Aug. 28th and close October 23d. Every one who has visited these Expositions in the past is erithuiastic in praise of them. As this is the only Exposition to be held in the south this year, .our people should patronize it more than ever. There will be a preliminary praise meeting at the Christian Church Monday night next at a quarter to eight o'clock. The object of the meeting is Jo practice songs for the great S. S. Convention, which begins Tuesday. A number of prominent S. S. workers from abroad will be present. It will be a mass meeting, and all are invited. Bring your Gospel Hymns along. Tho Centennial Register, large enough to hold 80,000 names, was sent by express from the Brndley & Gilbert Co., of Louisre ville, yesterday and donated for the use of . the Centennial. It will remain at the law & office of John L. Scott for n week or so until the State and city officials from the foundation of Frankfort down to tho pres, ent time can bo ascertained and registered in it, and then it will bo placed in the Police Judge's room, in tho Opera House, '' where all who have not registered bofore ' that time, can complete tho registry of our citizens. This Register is the gift of John ?: C. Herndon to tho centennial, and will carry his name and his generosity down to pos. For its soothing and grateful influence on the scalp, and for removing Lrouisville Tobacco Market. and preventing dandruff. Ayer's Hair rUBNISHED BY OLOVEH & DUBBETT, PHO- Vigor has no equal. It restores faded IN FRANKFORT. KY.. PBIETOB8 r.OUIflVILLE TOBACCO WABE- or gray hair to its original color, .stimIIOUSE. ulates the growth of the hair, and SATURDAY, AUGSUT 28, 1886. gives it a beautiful glossy, and silken on our market for tho week past SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. Sales appearance. amounted to 2,336 hut's, with fo.BOo" hhds. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1886. since January 1st. Tho market romaii s The Democratic Club gave its first firm on all grades of hurley, low grade All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured entertainment, last Saturday night at goods being in strong demand at very by the Brlukerhoil system without using tue knife or liqatuuk mid without any piiln. the Opera House. There was a large full prices. turn out of ladies, who enjoyed the Reports from tho growing crop indicate FISTULA programme hugely. Mr. A. S. that it is in n fair average condition, with gave us a fine address, replete probably a shortage of 10 per cent in aoro-ag- o Cured without the knife or ligature. as compared with last year. Tho folwith good sense and timely. He was FISSURES' followed by Mr. W. T. Hunt, who lowing quotations fairly represent onr markrpad an essay. The recitations by et for burloy tobacco. Cured without cutting or tearing. 3.00 to 4.00 Dark Trash Miases Jean Cravens and Minnie 4.00 to 6.50 were both beautiful and ad- Colory Trash REGTAL ULGEH AHD REGTAL GATAHHH 4.00 to 5.50 mirably recited. Our talented young Common Lugs, not colory. . . 6.00 to 8.00 . Colory Lugs friend, W. M. Kavanaugh, made a Diseased conditions that produce consumption and 7.00 splendid, spirited democratic speech, '.'ommon Leaf, not colory... 0.00 to 10.00 most of the chronic diseases, Good Leaf 7.00 to full of fire and good sense. Mr. L. C. Fine Leaf 10.00 to UTERUS, May closed the entertainment by a few Select Wrnppory Tobacco.. 15.00 to 15.00 20.00 Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased d remarks and reading the bowel, nlso treated. Democratic Platform. The Choral Educational. Society failed to put in an appearance, PRURITUS, Itching Piles, but the music furnished by Messrs. Over 300 robust, and Adams, Mitchell and Moffatt in great rosy men, women, und children at- Can nlso be cured If not too late, as tho Itching Is only a symptom of tho disease that exists In thn measure supplied its place. Tiie next tended the Franklin County Teachers' lower bowel. entertainment will come off next Sat- Association Aug. 7th, at the REFERENCES. urday, when we hope the Opera House elegant new school house at Harp. At W. HUGHES, Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUJ. will be filled to its utmost capacity. the appointed hour, in the absence of SON, Frankfort; J. M. WITIIKOW, Frankfort. Everybody is invited to attend. President Hunter, the Secretary asPamphlets describing The above extract was taken from sumed authority to call the meeting to any one by uddresslng these diseases sent free to order. the Democrat, of Clarksville, Ark. W. I. KELLEY, M. D., MORNING SESSION. We are always glad to note the advancement of Frankfort boys, and it Sacred song by the choir. 376 West Seventh street, Cincinnati, 0. Prayer by Rev. James C. Wilson. will be seen that the young Kavanaugh CONSULTATION FREE. Address of Welcome by Dr. Wilson. spoken of is the son of Rev. H. H. Dec. Illiteracy, by the Secretary. Kavanaugh, of our city, and is a grad Sacred Quartette, by the choir. uate of the Kentucky Military Insti Compulsory Education, by H. M. R. C. STEELE. tute. Polsgrove. CAPITAL. HOTEL Running Pullman Now Sleeping Cars j&. solid -- Fon- a? -- FROX- :r .a. i asr CITY, Ktrt 7 C3 ., Lonisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, -- TO- col-or- y WASHINGTON Connecting In same depot with fast trains for a Mc-Kenn- THE DIRECT ROUTE TO X1 Mc-Kenn- on LYNCHMRti, DAXYILLE, NORFOLK," -- AND ALL- - m well-time- For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlcket-ofllce. C. W. SMITH, General Manager, Richmond, H. W. FULLER, Gon. Pass. well-dresse- d, Agt, Vihginia. w to-da- y, BRUSH UP! Something every man, v.oraan and child should do, and bear In nilild that the ? vi 1 South Side Drug Store Has tho largest and cheapest line of hair, cloth, shoe, tooth, and nail brushes ever snonn at one time In the city. .1 26-l- y. 75 styles and prices hair brushes ' " " 50 cloth " " " " 50 shoe Don't fall to examine the lino nt Contracts Awarded. AFTERNOON' SESSION. t- - terity. 8 The Steamer Ilibernia passed up on Sunday and down on Monday. It had on board nearly 200 passengers, mostly excursionists from Port Royal and other places along the river. Among them were Mrs. Minor, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. L. Cuming, Misses Minor, Anna and Belle Berry, (nieces of the late Col. D. M. Bowen), Maho-neEliza Marshall, Lena Boulwnre, Bertha Singleton, Ella Ransdale, Ellu Houston, Harris, Minor, Lizzie Jesse, and 'Mrs. Matthews, of Newcastle. The Port Royal Band furnished tho niuiic for the occasion. Tho excursion party went as far up the river as Ore- y, School Furniture Company, of Sidney, Ohio, represented by John M. Slavens, Sup't "The Fashion" desk. This desk is a perfect gem, being at tho same time a model of comfort, strength and beauty. The same desk has been adopted in the cities of Louisville and Lexington and all the principal towns and schools in Tennessee The Committee of the City Council iarro. of Trustees, by tho Secretary. Duties have made n selection of desks for tho Parlimentary Etiquette was rigidly new City School, after quite a spirited observed during the entire session. Ko business was attempted bevond competition on the part of ten firms, the legitimate programme, which was representing all part.? of the country. exnausteu. The award was made to the Sidney eioquenny was artistically decorated The room sons. Education of Adults, by James. R. REAL ESTATE AGENT, JOSEPH LeCDMFTE'B FRANKFORT, KY., THE SOUTH SIDE DEHG &T0BE,' May Franklin or adjacent counties. ATTEND TO BUSINESS EITHER IN PKANKPORT, KY. PROPRIETOR OF THE FAMOUS & GEN. HA AND MS COLOGNE j ?j LECOMPTE'S HANDSfflOOTHER. The meritorious mothers and daughters furnished food for full 500 per- with evergreens. flOMGBOPATHKTS ! Choice Coal Cheap. i. Hugh Tracy, Sec'yF. m (.. T. A. OFFICE mm. July GIT" JL.X1T SI?. ALL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED family use. Prompt Delivery, Ful Weight, Bottom Prices. '.4 Vj --A y Good Results in Every Case. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Telephone connection No. 36. 4 'M.JJUU. and Kentucky. The committee also selected seats for the large exhibition hull. The contract was awarded to the Broadrup Furniture Company, of Dayton. Ohio, W. D. Riley, Esq., Agent. This is a very comfortable opera chair, with hat holder attached. The blackboards were awarded to tho McCormick School Furnishing Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Altogether, when we have our new School Building (which will be the handsomest in the south), and our new outfit entire, yo will bo able to point with CAPITAL LODfiE. NO.G, MEETS EVERY Visiting brothers cordlully Invited. pride to what wo have done for the in. J. R. WILLI, ft struction and comfort of our children. April D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs; had tried many remedies without ben- OFFICE, MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN BROS.' extracted without pain by the use of efit. Being induced to try Dr. King's Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.20 tf New Discovery for Consumption, did so and was entirely cured by tho use of a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for all Coughs and Colds with thp best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this Wonder- lui Discovery. Trial Bottles free at Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store, 5 hurts and many sorts- of ails of man and beast need a cooling I. F. lotion. Mustang Liniment. DEISTTIST, GEO. B. MACKLIIT, Dec.8-- f FRANKFORT. KY- - All Sorts of - Are perfectly Safe anamlvrf I TmSGui Wnm.n dn.nmtMld (MkMlla A l&ll or Ciuh reftinde. Dotftwttt etbera,nn ivnvlfelMM BOfltrHMI. Yl'.f mnnmv Remedy Ant. Sold cents for particular UiU to any address. Send 4 by all Drnreteto.ftr nailed I ANSY PI iFicino co., rfciiiMi.. rw Wilcox 0. 0. MARRIAGE GUIDE to know, iiihialu ine cunoui, aouDirni or lnguitmve wantHKALTH, Fullof vtry Inttrritlnj and Taluable Information. MTHOWHO) bbauti aaawho not, whr K(V prciuvicu uywhen lurriflHO Medical Aid, may Marry, 111 1 PAftFft . Illiutntcd. in Cloth andOIlt Hlnrilnu. AO.' money or mampf Sirne, paper cover, Mo. Till. Rank Ms. DM1 LEEA-N.N.O- 10-- f " " I brought homa to you. SO Wonderful PUN HCTUfUU), true to life. Younr or old. married oralncle, tick or well.ibouKl man. Bant atalcd byO R.WHITl lOUll. M0 i. HlMlVUVf lilWUirVAIIUaUaUWirUUaUJIJaaaaa nrrriiary. ' . 1. ' V.'. r y, y v'..v:,-- : .. rtye ' ., V,V. v ''. . 6 rv I.1 T" : ' - !' lu fri im ' .''. ROUNDflBOUT suppiemeni. ...i,J;.r ' FRANKFORT, KY., AUGUST 14. Tlie following is the programme of Convention, viz: the Sunday-school fe 't "Ml: TUESDAY. 8:00. Prnyor tind prnlso sorvioe, led by Rev. J. R. Eads, Ashlnnd. 8:30. Socinl mcetinR between delegates and citizens; appointment of committees. 7:80. Song Service, led by S. 0. Bull, 8:00. Address of welcome, Rev. George Darsio, Frankfort; response by the President, Prof. J. J. Rucker, Georgetown. 8:20. Addross, y. H. Levering, President of Indiana S. S. Union. Subject "Our Country, Homes and Churches." WEDNESDAY. 9:00. Organization. Exocutivo Committee, 9:30. Reports Secretary and Treasuror, Stato Visitor, County Vice Presidents. "Biblical Geography, 11:30. Address with Maps." Rev. J. S. Hays, D. D. , Mays-ville. Frankfort. ft) 1Spm : ' m o.v ;- .ju;. Wf ' tS 6 . 2:00. Song and A. -- '''$& & M ' . . I ;.- 4 :is-:. 'ft' ' J-- -. ' tygfe$ ? cl: f n 'tartnr ' 2:20. Reports from county continued. 3:15. Address "What should Christian " Rev. Parents do for the J. R. Deoring, Mt. Sterling. 3:45. Question Drawer, conducted by Hiram Shaw, Lexington. ' 8:00. Lecture "Rise and Progress of the Rev. M. B. DeWitt, D. D., " Nashville, Tenn. ATusical selections will be rendered before and after the Lecture. Admission 25 cents. The proceeds of this lecture will be applied to the payment of Kentucky's annual to the International Convention. THURSDAY. 9:00. Prayer Meeting, led by J. G. Bark-leGreenville. 9:30. Address "The International Sun Idea its purpose and value." Rev. A. I."Hobbs, D. D., Louisvillo; Kentucky's member of the International Executive Committee. 10:00. Business. Reports of Committees. Collection for State Work. Selection of place for next Convention. Election of Dolegatos to the International Convention. Cohfebenoe8. 2:00. Now Opera House State and County Convention Officers. Rev. P. A. Lyon, Madisonvillo, presiding. Topics Relations between State, District and County Convention Officers. Statistics Their value and how collected. J P Marshall, Owingsvillo. Financial Support How secured. D. J. Caudill, Grayson. 2:00 Methodist Church Superintendents and other school officers. Rev I S MoElroy, Mt Sterling, presiding. Topics The Superintendent's duty and opportunity. W F Barclay, Russellvillo. Importance and methods of the Secretary's office. Lewis Collins, Louisville. Libraries Best methods of selecting, ar: ranging and distributing. L T Chiles, Mt. Vice-Presiden- prayer service, led by J. French, Sholbyville. ts Sunday-school?- Sunday-school.- sub-script- y, from two to five clerks. His finances soon ran short. His Ftoro took fire one night and Rusty was standing around the lire gassing. The powder can exploded, and poor Rusty and all went up together. He has been very still until lately. He has broken out again. Something has been done at Lebanon Church that don't set well with him He says the Rev. D. S. Cain is carrying on a prayer-meetinand intends to carry it on until the Association. There is no doubt but D. S would like to see a prayer-meetin- g carried on for years to come. Lebanon, and all churches, ought to have a good lively prayer-meetin- g once a week. Rusty came one night to prayer-meetinand the boys were about to get his bottle, which he left in the forks of a tree close by. Rusty found it out somehow and went and got his bottle, and has not been back since. He further says that D. S. says that all who don't pay the preacher must take a backseat. If Rusty don't pay soon he will take a back seat. This will do Rusty for breakfast. The next time we will him enough for dinner and supper oth, and oh! what dreams he will g, of tho L. & N. R. R., was ono among many from a distance. John was quite a favorite among tho girls and quito a number claim him. son, D. S. Cain. Mr. William Schooler and Miss Lucy PerA word in regard to Rusty Cuss. He kins wore united in marriage, Elder Polk was born and reared down in this cor- Baker officiating. Aftor tho congratulaner of Shelby county, on as high a tions of a largo assembly of friends the ridge as tiiere is in tho county. He couple departed over tho L. C. fc L. divigrew up very fast, soon became popu- sion of the L. fc N. for Loxington, which lar among some of the young ladies. will be their future home. He married a daughter of Win, Lee's. Rovs. J. J T Burton Unfortunately she died. Rusty soon ing a very A. Head and protracted aro holdmeeting interesting came out among the people, said the at North Benson church. Tho audience has next time he married lie intended to been largo and attentive, and their efforts marry rich. He married in a short havo beon rowarded by 15 additions to the time, and fettled on Backbone creek, church Many more aro expected before and went to selling goods. He had tho meeting closes. Winston. Mr. Stephen Allen is very sick at J. W. Brewers'. Mr. David Cain is on a visit to his Sandriflle. Born. To Mr. J. W. Onan and wife, a son, August 2d. Tuesday with good results for the first week. Wd have on the sick list: Our Sandriflle school opened last Messrs. m g, have. Pedro. day-scho- Jett. O. R. Crutcher sold a $250 last week. pair of mules for two-yea-- It fv V i 1 ' TopicsPreparation of the lesson. Rev T F Garrett, Sardis. Teachers' Meetings. Sanford Keith, Louisville. Mission work Miss Nannie G CaldId tho Sunday-schoowell, Danville. 3:45 New Opera House Addross "Christ the Teaoher's Model." Rev T J Plunket, D D, Covington. 7:30 Prayer meeting, led by Rev J S Bowling Green. 8:00 Short Addresses Topio: Onward and upward. Closing words by tho President. Adjournment. l. Gri-de- r, Sterling. 2:00 Christian Church Teachers. Carroll Ghent, Elizaville, presiding. Rev 5 ..''.dkK?.. : k , 'im. 1 yyhtit 3 IR- Union will meet The State Sunday-schoo- l in convention, in the city of Frankfort, on the 17th, 18th and 19th of August, and from advices to tho committee on entertainment, furnished by correspondence from various portions of the State, we are assured of the largest attendance in tho history of tho convention. We have canvassed the town very thoroughly, and by this means call upon the citizens for assitsance in entertaining the delegates. Those who havo signified thoir ability to entertain are askod to increase, if possible, their orders, and those who have not yot signified their intention will vory greatly oblige tho committee by leaving Ploaso their list with Mr. S. O. Bull give this your attention at once. Geoiioe Dabsie, Giunt Gbeen, T. G. Poobe, to-da- fc S. O. U. V. J. W.MoEwan, 5, Williams, Committee. Bull, Lebanon Ridge. Tho hum of Watkins & Miller's threshing machine has gladdened the hearts of the people on the Ridge. Yheat is turning out vory well. Crops need a fresh drink. Miss Cordia Adams will teach tho public school at Eden school-house. of our county roads. The seconds and . referee were Messrs. H. & C, principals A large crowd gathered Sunday at the oreek to witness the baptizing of 25 persons who have confessed tho Savior, at Forks Church, during tho past week. There is great interest shown by the large crowds that nightly gather to hear the word preached. Tho Pioneer Cavalry Co. elected Jno. Hanly, Capt.; L. A. Truinbo, 1st Lieu't; Jerry South, 2d Lieu't, at their drill last Saturday evening. The object of this company is to participate in tho Centennial exercises of Frankfort, next October. The uniform will be coon skin caps, imitation buck skin shirt and pants; arms, long squii-re- l rifles. Hiram Jett started out Wednesday last to visit relatives in tho Green River counties, horseback and saddle-bngA splendid rain, last Thursday, put the ground in good order for fall plowing. We are glad to be able to report, at this writing, that Mrs! Burdell Bedford is a great deal better, in fact out of all danger. lessons. Jas. R. Shaw is in Louisville on business Rev. L. W. Morgan will preach at Mt. this week. morning at 11 Pleasant Church H. Hua. o'clock. Franklin Association will be held at Frank, fort on the 24th and 25th of this month. The State Convention of the Sunday-schoCrops of all kinds novor wero bettor on Union will meet at Frankfort on the 17, iS Benson. of this mouth. Jay Robinson will soon lead one of Shel- and 19th Miss Mima Lea and Messrs. Joseph and by's fairest daughters to tho hymonial Jessie Lea, of Ilatton, were in this section altar. visiting relatives last week. The Misses Callahan, of Frankfort, have Miss Berdell Bedford has been quite ill at her been tho guests of Miss Lizzie Ryan for the aunt's, Mrs. Sidney Bedford, near Woodlake. past week. We are glad to know she is improving. Michel Ryan is riding the Sunday train The following are on the sick list this to Frankfort quite often. It is generally week: Mrs. Sam Mitchell, and little Carrie believed Mike means business. Brock, both have flux; Mrs. Wm. Bedford, Capt. William Taylor is shipping from chills. Messrs. Jno. Goddard and Henry five to six car loads of stono from his Bon-so- n Guinn, boils. All are doing well. quarries daily. Enterprize Messrs. Wm. Ireland and J. Richard Mooro was defeated by Wm. R. Church will start a meat store here some Bryant for constable by 175 majority. Wo time this month, also Messrs. G. C. Hughes havo not seen Bro. Dick sinco tho election. and Henry Greenup will start in the same The boys say Billy has run him in his hole. business about the same time. Go it men, is the life of trade. Tho oleotion passed of without n single opposition Mr. Sam Mitchell raised a stalk of corn in fight at Bonson. Tho doruooraoy carried almost unanimously. Esquiro Dan Moore Mr. Hughes garden that measured seventeen represent feet from tip to tip. Who can beat that for and Wm. Clark wero us in tho county courts. Esq. Dan. is the height? Let us here from the Kentuckian. We know if any body can find one to match happy father of 19 children. it it will be Craddock. picThe young gentry gave quite a nice e on the North Fork Died. At the nic at this place, on July 30th. Tho crowd was large and orderly, the tablo was loaded Pike, last Sunday morning, Mrs. Mary Jane with all the good things which would bo too Murphy, age 69. Her funeral was preached numerous to enumerate. Everybody en- by Bro. Jno. Cannon, at North Fork Church, joyed themselves hugely. Mr. John Moran where a large crowd assembled to pay their r There is a lot of good, fat, old cattle for sale in this market. Miss Minnie Gaines spent a few days at W. W. Jett's, this week. her brother-in-laThere has, so rumor has it, been two heavy weight pugilistic encounters on one s. Mrs. Mollie Armstrong and Miss Kate Jenkins and Messrs. Jas. W. Harrod, Kay and Ryne Wade and Chester Armstrong, are on a visit to Old Point Comfort, Washington City and other places. Born, August 9, 1886, to Mr. Ollie Scant-lanand wife, a son. Also August 10, 1886, to Joe. J. Parrent and wife, a son. Cider making and fruit drying are occupying the attention at this juncture. MissMarySmith, of Mercer county, is visit-inrelatives in this vicinity. , the judge." Misses Mary Payne and Brown, of Washville, are on a visit to relatives and' friends in this county. Mr. Scott Green, who has been in feeble is visiting Miss Mattie Ely, of Lexington, health for many months, has been much Miss Jennie Goddard. worse during the past week or two. Mr. Wm. Lewis and wife, left last WednesMr. Guilford Sanders and sister, Miss day for Old Point Comfort. Leana, have each been quite ill for several Several of our citizens attended the days. Association this week, near Midway. Mrs. Robert Magruder is on the sick list. Mrs. S. A. Young is visiting her daughter Miss Lillie Russell is on a visit to her in the Harvieland neighborhood. , Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wool- Miss Bettie Jones left yesterday for Baird dridge, Eminence. Station (o visit Mrs. Mattie Crum. Mr. William Gorham thinks he will strike China next week in the well he is digUncle Tige Moore is dead! The last ging for Mr, Lewis. peddler Tiger lunched on is hobbling Miss Mollie Bently and sister, of Wood- about on crutches. ford, are visiting relatives in this section. Students are rushing from all points Miss Lee Crane was presented with a hand- of the compass to the famous Moore-lan- d l some trunk for her perfect Institute. d i; place Also a meeting at Sandriflle school-hosus- e this week. Several converts. The gospel is more extensively preached in this section than ever before. "Union means success," says the Herald of Education. Your prayers, we beseech you, unitedly throughout the world, wherever this may reach you, that God's blessing may rest and abide with each and every one of us,aud that we may dwell in the land of the righteous. "The prayers of the righteous availeth much." "God be Richard Bennett, Jno. Dunlap, Laban Thurman, and his family. The prohibitory law is in force in two of our neighboring counties, Hen ry and Owen. It took effect in Owen last year, in Henry this year. We have been blessed with plenty of ram, while all around us they nave not had this blessing. Oh! may we beseech God to send blessings upon us and give us everything sutlicient for our sustenance. l. Protracted meeting at Mount conducted by the Rev. Kavan-aug- h and others, and the brothers and sisters taking an active part, and especially the sisters. It is pronounced a meeting of unusual interest, and the wannest meeting ever held at this Car-me- last respects to the dear old lady. The remains were interred in the church burying ground. The bereaved family have the sympathy of this community. The Sunday-schopicnic last Saturday was a success; every body seemed to enjoy themselves, and passed the time pleasantly. The net proceeds from the refreshment stand for the benefit of the school were $6 22. The following were some of the noted visitors present: Rev. G. F. Bagby, of Frankfort; Rev. L. W. Morgan, of White Sulphur; Messrs. Ernest Jones and John Hockersmith, of Switzer; Mr. Harry Shaw and daughter, Miss Kittic, of EJgewood S. S.; Mrs. Hockersmith and daughter, Miss Ollie, of Peak's Mill, and Mr. G. Stedman, of Mt. Pleasant S. S., and several others. Our friend Wm. Pryor, of Woodlake, this county, received last Wednesday week from Messrs. Gilmore & Co., of Greensburg, Ind., one of the finest and best bred Berkshire male pigs ever shipped to this county. Mr. Pryor has, together with his father, Mr. S. M. Pryor, the noted hog breeder of Bourbon county, made this breed of swine a speciality for the past twenty-fivyears, and during that time they have exhibited their stock throughout the United States with marked success. Fr'end Will, being acquainted with the best strains of blood to be found in the country, does not spare pains or money in procuring the very best. It would doubtless prove greatly to the interest of our farmers to call and see Mr. Pryor's stock before buying elsewhere. ol e & I Bridgeport. C. H. Parrent is teaching the Te rry school. Cochran Bailey, of Louisville, is in the village. Farmers are making preparations for fall seeding. A good degree of interest is manifested in the protracted meeting at Franklin Church. Mr. Wm. F. Thacker, of Anderson county, visited relatives in this section a few days since. WL m W. Forks of Elklioru. . Wit &t Elk-hor- n mi ; grand-parent- Tioga. Sunday-schoo- Benson. ol toll-gat- Mr. Simeon C. Bufortl has discovered and has under cultivation in his botanical garden, the genuine "August Flower," the merits of which we read in the almanac. Mr. Warren Pulliam has an epsom, spring at tho door of his dwelling pronounced by medical experts to bo tho most active, thorough, gentle, laxative yet known to medical discovery. Tho Evangelical Sunday-schoat the Institute was a grand success, Miss Carrie Tharp at the organ and Prof. Tracy on his 28G years' old clarionet. Every Sunday evening, rain or shine. Tho citizens of tho Bald Knob precinct begin to regret they did not elect Mr. David Hall for magistrate. They confess Mr. Hall to be a gentleman of sterling veracity, and would have made for them an excellent ofllcer. A certain candidato for magistrate made free to solicit a Republican neighbor to vote for him. "Would you vote for me?" asked the Reimbli-ca- n brother. "No, you are a Radical." Tho widespread news of this political loyalty elected him. Few men could keep so cool at this season as Mr. Yocum, of Harper's Ferry. While ho was sitting, tho other night, in the Simmons Hall, meditating on somo purple specks on the floor, a voice rang m tho streets, crying "the Kuklux aro coming!" He quietly placed his legs across and remarked, ''let 'em come." ol lb '.-- , " '51 x '.' . a ''Br ' v