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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886091101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DlPJ-ryai - mm. GK-. iasy" QEORGEA The Frankfort Roundabout. LEWIS, Publisher. .1 -- a DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume IX. FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 11, 1886. Number 52t BRIMFULL OF BUSINESS! UULM.LLBIMMnBRBMBHBn ! r'' NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A LARGE W '. WELL SELECTED STOCK TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think we can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. , OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT is OUR , ,s" M1 ! oodzz-.Ea- r -- wxxz: snrxjEs .ajotd rrT rtn i- -i i IES. TAILORING 4 ' DEPARTMENT to make our business relations IS with you OUR PRIDE! -- VJ In it you can find any kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order COME TO SEE US. intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. We . will do all in our power pleasant. . HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. ' ' '?3 u. Art Loan Association mittee. Com- u MKETH AT MBBABIAN'S OFFICE x Centennial Rooms, Fbankfort, Kt,, Sept. 7, tmI Heps I? ml i The Frnnkforfc Centonnial Association Committee on Arrangements and Supervision being in session, with Gen. D. W. liindsey in the ohrtir, Col. John L. Scott introduced the following resolution establishing the Art Loan Association Committee in aid of the Centonnial, which resolution, was unanimously adopted, viz : Reiolvtd, That an Art Loan Association Committee be established in aid of the Frankfort Centennial Association, to bo composed of the following ladies and such others a3 they may desire associated with them, and that the duties of such association shall bo to secure loans of such pictures, portraits, relics, and other works of art ns thoy may be able to securo, to be so arranged in the Hall of the House of JRepreientativc8 at Frankfort as to form a pleasing Exposition of Art for the inspection of visitors at the Centennial on the Cth of October next. Said committee are requested to moot their chairman, Mrs. Jennio C. Morton, at tho Stato Libra-lian'- s ottico, at 2 o'clock, p. m. next Saturday, September 11, for tho purpose of organization and commencing the work of securing tho loans of works of art and relics suitable for exhibition on tho Centonnial occasion. Tho committee will select such works of art and relics and arrange thorn in such a maimer as their .good tasto may suggest, viz: Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, Ch'nj Mrs. H. I. Todd, Mrs, E. E. Hume, Mrs. Virginia Hanson, Mrs. Dallas Crutchor, Mrs. J. D. Pickett, Mm Judge Duvall,Mrs R C Steele. Mrs Governor Knott, Mrs Landon A Thomas, Mrs Frank Chinn, Mrs J Stoddard Johnston, Mrs Holmos, Mrs Gen D W Lindsoy, Mrs S F J Trabue, MissVattio JBurnley, Mrs L 0 Norman, Mrs W P D 3ush, Mrs E "L Samuel, Mrs II T Stunton, Mrs Judge L Uord, Mrs Judgo Lewis, Mrs Dr N J Sawyior, Mrs J W Tate, Mrs Ales Grant, Mrs R T Chiles, Mrs Dr Willis Green, Mrs Win A Gaines, Mrs Mary Scott, Mrs Anna B Walcutt, Mrs Walter Franklin, Mrs E H Taylor, jr, Mrs John II Proctor, Mrs L P Tarleton, Mrs Stophou Black, Mrs T N Arnold, Mm J Q A Stowart, Mrs W J Chinn, Mrs John F Davis, Mrs Alioo Orblson, Mrs L Labrot, Miss Sallie Jack-aoMrs Judge Drane, Mrs W H Waggen-er- . -' u, It is not altogether safe for ladies to change their furniture from one Plenty of rain. position in the room to another, as Wednesday morning of last instance in such a case recently, a Frost gentleman not a thousand miles from ) week. here fell out The Bridgeport school commenced in the same of his bed, thinkingitstill 1886. J old place. Monday. last Tommie Miller and little Annie Johnson are on the sick list. Mrs. Alphia flackley is on a visit to relatives in Taylor county. The music of the threshing ma chine is no longer heard in the land. Bokn. September 8, 1886, to Mn J. P. Tracy (Pet) and wife, a daughRELIGIOUS. Bridgeport. R. K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his ter. Mr. W. G. Roberts made a business trip to Harrisonville last Wednesday week. Miss Bettie Robertson, of Bagdad, paid a visit to relatives in this section Inst week. Mr. Otho Wheat and wife left last Thursday for Chattanooga, Tenn., on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Mollie Cunningham, who has been in 'feeble health for several months, is still very ill. The boss potato is now in order. Otho Wheat to the front so far, two sweet potatoes that weigh 11 pounds. Churlie Jenkins had a smash up last Saturday, his horse running off aud demolishing buggy and harness. Mrs. Sarah B. Freeman and Willie Chambers have returned homo from a visit to relatives in Woodford coun- Rev. L. H. Salin preached at South Benson Church last Sunday night. Rev. B. F. Hungerford at Evergreen, last Saturday and Sunday, and Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell at Franklin Sunday evening. Rev. Geo. Darsie is conducting a protracted meeting at Graefensburg. a poor sufferer who submits to the surgeons's knife, because of malignant sores and scrofulous swellings, might be saved, sound and whole. This medicine purges out the corruptions winch pollute the blood and cause disease. FALL & WINTER STOCK -- OIF- By taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla many BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, -- Only One of a Thousand. &C. 483 Am 119 jm'-. ty. Miller, Mrs. Jennio Chinn and Mrs. Robt. Mngruderhave each about recovered from a recent Miss Sallie illness. Miss Sue ' where she will be Frankfort engaged in teaching in the Citv Pub-li- e School during the coming year. Mr. John Bailoy, while assisting Mr. Robert Magruder in fitting a handle in an ax, had tho the misfortune to have one of hands severely cut. Road working has been occupying Tho Indies named abovo will pleaso meet tho at tho Librarian's ofilco promptly at 3 the attention and exercising secnoxt Saturday evening, Sept. 11, muscles of the yeomanry in tins o'clock tion during the past two or three 1880. weeks. Jennie C. Mobton, Ci'i. to-da- y, Jenkins will leave for years ago an About twenty-thre- e itching sore appeared on my left leg, FULL SUPPLY OF which eventually covered almost the entire surface from the knee to the ankle. The discharge of bloody water was continual, and I suffered tno most intense pain lor many years. I could scarcely sleep at night, and a ' greater portion of the time I could not walk except on crutches. In turn I used about all the salves, ointments, sarsaparlllas and blood purifiers that I could hear of, and was treated by a number of physicians without relief. A passing commercial traveller advised me to try Swift's Specific. I finally did so. I have ! used only a half a dozen bottles, and my leg is sound again and there is scarcely any sign of my terrible and long protracted affliction left. I can walk as well as ever without tho use of a cane even, and occasionally spend a day plowing. My neighbors Main Street, Over Crulcher & Slarks' White Hall Clothing House. all know of my affliction and will join me in bearing witness to the great cure wrought by S. S S. D. R. Mosulky. Nicholson, Ga.. June 15, 1880. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis- of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of eases mailed free. Tiik Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated Oct. 25 tf. at home. Atlanta, Ga. M SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. TwY WJ8" CAPITAL H. G. MAT1?EEN, Frop'r, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. ART GALLERY I Ufa '"i. . . jlH .v SA t - im kikk f &. . FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered at tbo as second-claspost-offic- r r e s nt Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Editor FRANKFORT, eixid. Fns.'blislxex. SEPTEMBER 11, 188G. fe Mr. Alex. T. Todd has established n tobacco factory in the frame building on the alloy in the rear of Mr. George Salender's grocery, and will go largely into the manufacture of first-clatwist tobacco. He will work a num-o- f hands, and with his well know business capacity and energy behind it the enterprise will certainly prove a success. ss :V W The work of constructing a sewer in South Frankfort, from the river, along the course of the Coleman spring branch to Steele street, thence street to Main, to drain east the low ground between Logan and Main, where a large body of wnter usually accumulates in the winter and spring, was begun on Monday. The contractors, Messrs. Bravner& Collins, are now at work tunneling under Second street to connect the sewer with that built several years ago by the School Trustees along the east line of the City School property. on-Cros- s this city. Mr. A, L. Green how left Thursday afternoon for a trip to Cincinnati and Michigan. Mr. L. L. Conway has been visiting relatives in Paris and attending the fair this week. Misses Clara and Edith Stafford left Monday ufternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville. Mrs. Judge Wm. Lindsay and Miss Marian Lindsay left yesterday morning for Louisville. Mr. Hiter Crockett and wife, of Butler, Missouri, are visiting relatives near this city. Mr. C. C. Furr, wife and children left Thursday morning for a visit to relatives near Sahisa. Mrs. A. J. Kendall and daughter, Cordelia, left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mr. A. K. Stepens has recovered sufficiently from nis recent severe illness to be able to walk about. Miss Sue Rodman, daughter of Col Thos. Rodman, will leave for Hol-lin- s Institute, va., on Monday. Mr. Ernest Hughes, of Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday in this city visiting his father's family. Mr. Wm. P. Thomas, of Philadelphia, Penn,, spent Monday and Tuesday in thfa city visiting relatives. Mr. W. H. Pickett, of Indianapolis, Ind., who has been visiting his parents here, returned home Wednes- Mr. Clias. E. Taylor, Jr., of Washington City, is visiting his.parents in 820,000 820,000 - TV CLOTHI1TG& STOCIt! ' 4mm 1 i &$ . V BOUGHT AT THE Great Auction Bauer, at Sale-r .& VX J($tJ$J ! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim vs LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy - f. C V R 1 rested in Lexington Tuesday and brought to this city, but as neither could be identified as the man who did the cutting they were released. Poynter is lying in a critical condition, at his home on the Lawrence-bur- g pike, and it is feared his wounds will prove fatal. m Seminary. Mrs. M. P. Gray and Master Roy, who have been visiting Mrs. W. P. Lewis, Dayton, Ohio, have returned to this city. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Gillam and daughter, Miss Mnry, have returned from a two weeks' visit to relatives in Russellville. Mrs. Mary A. Todd, of Versailles. who has been visiting relatives in this city for the past week, returned home Tuesday morning. eyes. Mrs. E. H. Mary A difficulty occurred on Monday Belle Taylor Taylor, Jr., Miss Stagg and Mrs. Geo. T. at the "swapping ground," near the have returned from a triji to the livery stable of Morris & Watts, on Warm Springs, Virginia. North Madison street, between James Mrs. Thos. F. Bradley, who has Poynter, who lives near the mouth of visiting friends and relatives in this Cedar Kun, and a man from Lexing- city for several days, returned to her ton by the name of Owen Bradley, home in Louisville Monday afternoon. in which the former was stabbed Miss Jessie Smith, who has been several times by the latter. It seems visiting Miss Mary Todd in this city that Bradley drove into the crowd in for several weeks, returned to her the lot in front of the stable, in a home in Madison, Ind., last Saturday spring wagon, and ran over Poy liter's evening. foot. Some angry words were passed, Mr. George Alexander, wife and when Bradley got out of the wagon son, who have been visiting relatives and the two men engaged in a fist in this city for several months, left fight, in which Bradley was worsted, Tuesday afternoon for their home in got back into his wagon and drove oft, Tennessee. Miss Maud Warts but returned in a few minutes and at- day from a week's returned Saturto friends tacked Poynter with a knife, cutting near Lexington, and visit Wednesday left him once across the chin and twice morning for Georgetown to attend in the back, one of the stabs in the the Female Seminary. back entering the hollow and peneMrs. T. C. Kyte, of Louisville, and trating the lung. He then made his Miss Lizzie Graham, of Newport, escape and has not since been heard who have been visiting their brother, Mr. Jas. H Graham, in this city, left of. Two ol his urotners were ar- yesterday morning Between 1,000 and 2,000 of our citizens have already registered in the Centennial Begister. Families register in family groups so that all the names in the family can be found to gether. There are hundreds of important events registered opposite their names which will make spicy reading. Carter Cojeman has made a 'report of his recollections of Frankfort since 1811. He saw the State House burn twice, and also was present when Beauchamp was hung, July 7, 1826. Other interesting reports have been filed. Father Young has given in full the history of the Catholic Church at Frankfort, and T. B. Ford has given the statistics of the Federal Courts. .Other reports of equal value will be ready in a few days. The Centennial goes bravely on, and a record is being made up which will be a valuable legacy to future day. Miss Annie Crutcher returned Monday evening from a visit of several months to relatives in Olney, Illi- CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. Lillie Choate, of South Frankfort, has returned home after a visit of three weeks to Dr. Nelson, of Ky. Rev. Robt. E. Caldwell left Tuesday afternoon for Princeton, New Jersey, to attend the Theological Sal-vis- a, nois. Miss CRUTCHER & ST ARKS. t I FARM FOR126 - SALS. ACRES, CONTAINING river and Frankfort and Flat Creek turnpike, four and one half miles from Frankfort, known as the James M. Lewis farm. The farm Is veil Improved: two good dwelling place well houses; ull necessury watered; a good cistern In the yard and u good well; two never fulling springs on the place. For terms apply to LYING BETWEEN MASTIN BROS -- DEALERS IN- - sepUHm. G. W. LEWIS & BROS. POS BE1TT. Sept ilYE Kentucky Avenue, In rooms, situated A COMFORTABLEonFRAME1011UUSJS Ut Belle- vnr terms. AC. niinir . ,.....--- , , , 11-- tf Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Sfc. AGENTS FOR JUUU EI. i TV. T Li. Tvnvt-jrx.ivr. IFOIEe TWO Sept S-A-Xj- STOREROOMS FRONTING ON ST. CLAIR Apply to JOHN HALY. 4-- it. NlcCormick Binders, REAPERS6M0WEES 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. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED of 1TOTIOE. .i -- TO THE LATE WHITESIDES & STATEN are hereby notified to come forward and settle up nt as the affairs of the linn are to be closed up. , bepti-lJ.T. STATEN. , Dudley Institute THK Senii-Annual TWENTT-riRS- T i. ..Mi - Session of this school WILL COMMENCE TERMS FROM J. T. BUCKLEY Hns just recived hie large - SPUING- STOCK -- va 620 TO 837 PKR SKSSIOJNT. T. M. TURNER, Principal. July 24-2- OF- Stoves, Grates & Mantels;.' Cnll and examine the FARM FOR SALE! from Frankfort and three miles from Peak's Mill Is offered for sale at a bargain. It Is n good stock farm, nearly all of It being In grass, and Is well watered. There Is a very good dwelllnghouse. und three or four tenant houses. Wlllbesoldasawhole or In lots to suit purchasers. For terms address or call on J. W.Gaines, nt the Sheriff's office or JAMES B. GAINES, Frankfort, Ky, Aug. SOUTHERN Personal. Mrs. - Side. Side. Miss Emma Roberts, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Maggie Rogers, South Pattie Bacon left for New York- Wednesday. Mias Jennie McDonald left Monday for Nazareth Academy. Mr. Henry B. Ware left Thursday u Tracy, James Tracy and Albert G. Grlsham morning to attend the Paris Fair. lime associated themselves together ns n corporation under Miss Mary Leonard Gaines left Mon- and Russell the name and st)le of the Pea Ridge Mill Turnpike Road Company, Nicholasville to attend school. their principal place of business Is Frankfort, and day for Ky. They propose to build u turnpike road from a Miss Ella Tapp, of Bridgeport, is omt on tne Benson turnpike road, at or near the visiting Mrs. A. E. Stephens, South line between the lands of Jo Robinson and . T. lor Louisville. S Fellmer, Misse? RebecProf. E. ca Averill, Mary Ely, Eflie Miles, Maria and Isabel Lindsay, Mrs. E. P. Moore, and daughter, Miss Elenora, and Mrs. E. L. Samuel went to Louisville Thursday morning. Mr. Ferd. Vanderveer, who has been assistant operator in the Western Union Telegraph Office in this city for the past two years, left Monday for Cincinnati, having secured a position as telegraph operator in that city. QUEEN A GOOD FARM OF 250 ACRES, LYING ON THE Frankfort & Owen ton turnpike, seven miles Wrought Steel Eange, Tho new .Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, the famous white iiniH 2Mm. JAS. A. VIOLETT, " And to many other useful articles too no merous to mention, nil at the fin, Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., AUff. 14-t- f, LOWEST HARD TIME PRICES. Of all kinds solicited in roofing, JOB WORK gas fitting and plumbing. guttering' h :m ISrOTICK. Give mo a call, J". TO THE PUBLIC. T. BUOKLET. 7. Office C. HITCHES, A Misses Fannie and Ada Gaines left Monay to attend school at Nicholas-yillMr. John T. Buckley and wife re ttirned Saturday from a visit to New e. York. Mr. Nevil M. Garrett left Monday for Georgetown, where he will attend College. T7. Grocery and In fact everything kept in u lint-clas- s Store. I Invite the attention of the people of Frankcounty, and more particularly the fort and Franklin A.T people of South Frankfort, who will find my location POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM pulto a convenience, and I hope by close attention TERM ut lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of to business and fair dealing to receive u portion of Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point FItANKFOItT, KY,, The corporation shall at no time subject Itself the bubllo patronage. Apr,17-lto Great Brlttala or Irelaud. to an Indebtedness of more than Us capital stock, Goods delivered promptly In any part of the city. PRACTICE WILL Fidiiblln. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS and private property Is to be exempted from Give me a call and be convinced. Onllutln. Roone, corporute debts. exe- and Grant counties.Canoll, Court of Appeals,Owen Very Respectfully. In the und JOHN C. DENNIS, Chairman. JOHN L. JONES, In the Federal Court. SeptlWt aug2S-9Ky. South Frankfort, SUM. WITH OVKB Collins, and running thence westward!- - so as to connect with the Bridgeport und Benson turnpike, at or neur the Dougherty farm, The amount oi Janltal .stock is set en thousand dollars, consisting of county and nrlvate subscrlu- tlons, und to bo paid In at such times and upon such terms as the corporation may from tlmu to time need and require The coriwnitlon commenced on tho 6th duy of September, 168C, and Is to continue for tlftr lears. The affairs of the corporation are to be conducted by a board of directors to be elected annuully by tho stockholders, to hold office, however, until a new board Is elected. PURCHASED THE STOCK OF HAVING of Mr. J. E. Kent, corner Second and Shelby streets, South Frankfort, I propose to keep a nice stock of FOE U S.A.X. Jm General Insurance Agent, on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. REPRESENTING IS Leading American and njw. LARfiE NUMBER OF HOISTING BLOCKS. 14 Inches, 12 Inches and 10 tncbea, ull as geed as Apply to GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE, Foreign Companiee. Sept JOHN MEAGHER. 100,000,000.00 ASSETS. y. P. MA JOB,, ATTORNMY LAW. X! Job Work neatly cuted at this office. rf ( & $ k, ,' ,"? Vr" , 4 , i ' ' ft dgj" - x ' v U; ., r .. r ' i - ,..-, .n, -- r "lf"W V ! W H " - r , v" Wfc ."l V,y mm: UK ?&? ;;'., . . ' jwiHKiBBiiffl :' TWJ?'V.-- .w.Tlr"':1, SM ', 7 W?3ff(8.. tf.r.'t'f. - 'T- MtWfc ZMi.!:.-- . v ?W 1 ' . 1 H -, t - X.i w- - Tt V ':, J fl-I-t- f. ". ".Ftf 'iv v. " vr ' ' , . ?; ?r'rW2&m ".-.. i 'KiBimct, " ' .;. FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 11, 1886. m K-t- f . fit The hour or evening service nt nil the churches of the city hns been changed from 8 to 7i o'clock. An unusually large crowd was in town Monday to attend County Court, and the sales of stock, horses, Ac, were numerous. ... We are under 'obligations to Major Jas. V. Blackburn for a copy of the Third Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey. door key, somewhere on 'the streets of this city. Finder will please leave at this office and be rewarded. ' Lost A small, flat, nickel-plate- d Prof. Wayland Graham's Mikado Troupe will begin rehearsing next week for an entertainment to be given for the benefit of the Centennial Association. Stfc-rfSZ' ' . W!& .. - m; :. aa - All the newly elected county officers went into office on Monday, except the Sherifr and Magistrates. The former does not go in until January and the latter next June. All the schools of the city were opened on Monday, except Dudley Institute, which will commenco its session on Monday next. The attendance at all of them is large ' .n .' ' wmit BT.v. , i-- frtf; i'V i- D K - Have tried Tongaline with good, results, and find it will cure the worst form3 of rheumatism. Have cured my wife, who had a most aggravated case. ton, Ohio 9w. J. L. Reese, M. D., Soiith Charles- For Rent Three rooms, eitlier Water rents for the six months, beand ending furnished or unfurnished'. Apply to ginning September Miss Mary Cammack. March 1, '87, are'iiow due and unless paid the water will be hut off. Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, Every merchant in the city should will receive the highest market prices have a float in the Centennial proces- by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main sion, representing his business. Make street. m your arrangements and report to the A full supply of sugar, coffee, tea, Committee on Procession what you spices, and all oilier general grocery will do. supplies can be had cheap at John tf Messrs. Weltzel & O'Donnell will Driscoll's. Go and see him. certainly open in Sower's new building, on Main street, on the first of Mr. Sol. Harris, who is the exclusive agent for this vicinity, announces that October, with a frst class line of dry he has on hand the largest assortment goods, notions, cloaks, and fall and of Butterick's Patterns, for any age, winter wraps. Wait uiitil you see and of the newest styles of garments. their new stock before you purchase. He will sehd patterns to any section w of country postage paid on receipt of Centennial. price. Address him, No. 214, St Clair The Committee on Procession will street, Frankfort, Ky., for circulars meet nt the City Court Room on free. tf Tuesday evening at 7J o'clock. A full attendance of the members inde-sire- A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. E. J I. Taylok, Chairman. Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N, Mediteranean Hybrid Y., had been troubled with a cough to sleep, and Seed wheat, 1.50 per bushel. We so that he was unabletry Dr. King's he was induced to have only a limited supply; those de New Discovery for Consumption. It siring to purchase will please notify not only gave him instant relief, but us at once so we can save it for them. allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. Other choice varieties of seed wheat affected His children were similarly and a single dose had the for sale. same happy effect. Dr. King's New MILES &. SON. 3t. Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household nnd While Jake Dudley was having on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this the wound in his temple, indicted by Jos. LeCompte'sStandard Remedy 4 at Drug Store. Frank Egbert three weeks ago, dress-- " m ed on Wednesday night, the artery of sorts' with headache, If 'out torpid liver, pall' in back or stomacht con-sburst, and lie came, near bleeding to disorder, etc , UPRlPCt mnv he Intnl. side, dose i put Ion, One Sanative Pills will give relief. death before the ilow of blood could of titrong'a restore to new health and vigor. Afcwdoies be staunched, and is now lying in a critical condition. 1 CLOSING OUT! In order to make room for our large Fall stock of . J.. jjt-vim- DRY GOODS, CLOAKS AND NOTIONS, We will sell, during this month, all goods in stock at -- A- RPTMTPTrn A M mS Jbm MmT X. TDT3V TPTTGI-MmU JL. X Kt yt W: "v' - im l We will give the trade some good bargains. Call and see us. -- WEITZEL & O'DONNELL! M dr 225 St. aHLLXIK STIRIEIET, 225 $2?s. SH BKN Nnn SLICKER Is Tie Br st fci 'iS if. Waterproof Goat Ever me, tenuis, tmleo your tnonev on a from or FISH BRAND fiLICKrr iLdji with th. abort Is Don't Bronteififrr ami Wmlrnoar, And robber cnat Thdry lit the hardest itonn absolutely will keep you Tiunc HARK. Ak Inpflm "VTflfT MRA VTVJ aMrKVtt nnil tnknlin ntlip. If vnni Btnr1cnr rirw. lot hnve tho "nn BiTiwn". send for descriptive catalogue- to A J. TOWER. 21) Slmm'nrn St. Bnton.Mnj i t. M Cure for Piles. , VJ0 ' Htav '.'V' ? , v&w- - vy W' ' &' 10- - 4 r.(. . " II'' v ' The first number of the Western Argus, Squire Pat. McDonald's new paper, made its appearance on Thursday of last week, and is a bright, spiuy addition to our local news facilities. It gives promise of being quite ly. a lively sheet, and we wish the Squire Dr.. R. W. Deekins, son of Mr. J. success in his new enterprise. T. Deekins, of Bellcpoint, and brother-inAs there will be a great crowd in -law of Jas. A. Violett, Esq , at, his home in Sweet Home, the city, to be fed on Centennial day, died Henry county, on Thursday, of would it not be a good idea to request our county friends, who feel inclined typhoid fever. to contribute to our celebration, to In our notice of the time and places bring in cooked meats, so that a long FOR PITCHER'S of opening of different grades of the table can be spread in the State City School we omitted the ninth House yard from which to feed the grade, taught by Miss Nannie Brow- - hungry multitude. der, which holds its sessions in the The musical extravaganza, "Around Masonic Hall. the World," is without exception the most unique, original, enjoyable and Rev. J. S. Lyons, of Lawrenceburg, laughable performance now before will preach at the Southern Presby- the public. From the rise of the curterian Church morning, tain to the close of the play, the house but there will be no service nt night. is in an uproar; the audience, when Centaur Liniment is tho most sit in the woudorful "Pain-Cur- er Next Sunday Jtev. Dr. Hcndrick will not laughing or applauding,wondermute astonishment over the world bas ever known. occupy the pulpit. ful amount of versatility displayed by John Thompson. The original A couple of perfectly white ground songs and duetts, also the latest and squirrels, with pink eyes, are on ex most popular songs of the day are manner. rendered the hibition at Hampton's saloon, at the The songsinand most artisticthe great dances by QUIT THE NOTION corner of Ann and Broadway streets-- commedian, John Thompson, are T HAVE ENTIRELY returned.u! ter buying BCSI-- 1 a nice ness and have Just They were captured near the mouth inimitable, grotesque and original. selected stock of French and English chlnu ware, I will sell at lowest prices, and certainly The solos on the musical instruments, which of Elkhorn, in tills county. . In this market. Call and lowerthun ever with their comic accompaniments, examine, and If beore Is anything In that line you there i In stock, need, if kinds of instru- get pricesI haven't gotItitfor you. I will cheerfully Mr. Darsie returns from Hardins-- . defy description. All and order ments are produced Violins, big and Very respectfully, ville and will occupy his pul- little, Cornets, Clarionet, Banjo, JAMES HEENEY. South Side. Chime Bells, Piano, Chinese Fiddle, Sept.ll -- It. pit at the Christian Church Harmonica. A solo is even played morning and night as usual. on the hotn of a cow. The funny His meeting at Hardinsville re- jokes, comic characters and ludicrous sulted in a number of additions to the situations make the whole the most church, and was quite successful in delicious stew of mirth, music and melody that one could wish for. every way. Opera House Monday Sept. 13. Mr. Nick Howard has purchased Daniel M. Oilman, Louisville the interest of his brother Fred in the pedestrian, who agreed the walk from to confectionery establishment ofMessrs. city to tills place in twelve hours, Howard Bros., and the latter gentle- that purse of $75, accomplished for a his man left Saturday for his former task on Sunday, leaving the corner of home in Sandusky, Ohio. The es- First and Main streets, Louisvlllq, tablishment will still be run under at seven in the five the old style of Howard Bros., how- morningminutes after at the Court and arriving ever. House- in this city at sixteen minutes before seven, coming in twenty-on- e The Steamer Grace Morris will take minutes ahead of time He Is another excursion. party to Lock No w tiie same party who undertook a hun5, afternoon, leaving the ? dred miles walk in the old Major cwr....7 H A'-- r Custom House wharf at 2:80 o'clock, Hall, in a giyen number of hours, and returning, at 0:30. The Frankfort Brass Band will go along to enliven about five years ago, and gave It up the trip with music. The fare for the because no one felt interest enough btEuMflMflflMMMHMiMflHffil round trip will be 60 cents. Children to go see him. walk. As he travelled iight.and brought no. baggage, ho has under twelve years 25 cents. since been going about the street in Messrs. M. P. Gray, of Louisville, his walking suit. and L. S Church, of Texas, have, rentHe left yesterday morning nt six ed the store-rooon Main streot, of o'clock on his return walk to Louis -- OQMPtiETE LINE OF Mr. W. 8. Dehoney, ami will opnn a ville, taking tho crossing in front of first-clahardwure store there ubout the Court House as a starting point, the first ofOctober. They are both nnd will endeavor to make better Gent's Furnishing Goods old Frankfort loys, and we welcome time. As we have heard of no purse In Stock, and all Kinds of them home again,' wishing them being made up for him, presume he abundant success. is simply walking for glory. Shirts Made to Order. The County Superintendent requests us to state that there will be no examinations of teachers until the first Saturday in October, Those interested will govern themselves according- Children Piles are frequently preceded by a. sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing J. M. the patient to suppose has sone ehec-tio- n of the kidneys or neighboring Having recently added to his Establishment organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, unFirst-Gla- ss Planing Mill, easiness of the stomach, ect. A producmoisture, like perspiration, now prepared to furnish all kinds of ing a very disagreeable itching, after Is getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles Ss:h, Door:, Blind:,F:ame:, Melding yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, ALSO absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a per- Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turnkg manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Gotten out In the best style. Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & MayitHf. NEW PLANING MILL. frAKEFIELD . .' TJ a t:U 1,1 4 Chiles. I her Cutorte, licit, tra Baby When ihe im Child, she cried for CaatorU, When she became if Us, she clang to Castoria, When aht had Children, ah gave than Caatoria, TTTien ni kt NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEBEBIAddle Garrett,THAT I bought from Mrs. admin- NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-ha-lt istratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the Furniture and Undertaking And have sold $m & Interest In my business to fastma A CAED. To make room for a large and elegant stock of new goods, we will sell French and stone China at reduced prices. L)ay & i W. S. DEHONEY, And hereafter the style of the firm will ba Haff. ST ATEN & DEHONEY se brick-houy Fok Rent. A of six rooms, located on Ann street Apply at Crutcher & Starks. two-stor- And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes it Staten, No. 218 St, Clair street May JAS. T. STATEN. 8-- tf 40-t- f. Great reduction in French andstoue China for next 30 days to make room for new goods. FOI3 COTTAGE. Aug. L. F. COMPTON. S-A-HLi- EI WITH Day & Haff. on reasonable terms. Apply to GARDEN ATTACHED, IN REUBEN BROWN. W. C. J DDGE . Fok Rent. A dwelling on Third street, South Frankfort, recently oc cupied by Henry Duvall. A. Duvall, sh Macsxin. COMPTON & MACKLIN, -- PROPRIETORS to-nig- ht If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No. 223 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fl4-tf. ElIAorn Holler Mills, HATE THE FULL jH Strong's Pectoral yilln vil euro dlane. hyinnulc. HestihlinrXordyspepslaJu r. (Una Sixof the best grades of the best Floury digestion, slckheadache as thousands testify. Danger I A neglected cold or cougli may iead to I'ni'uinonlii.conMimptlon or other fatal Roller System, -- AND MAOTFACTUR- E- V. For cheap crockery of all kinds call at Day & Huff's. Apply to Drs. Gober &Son, 317 Main street. . Foil Rent. The store to tho right of the main entrance of Odd Fellows' Temple, with small room upstairs Possession given September 1st. ApE. A. Fellmer. ply to made in the world! Office and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJmi.il !88tHr. itol Sciuare Cottages fok Rent and Sale. MiMmmSmWi R. ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - erGitW II IfSlnA O ONI Cornice Poles 227 Ey Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SkinEruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Bucklen's Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for COFFINS, AC. and Window Fistures A SPECIALTY. MAIN STREET, r. FRANKFOBT, KY All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. May m, MEN ONLY ml mm XTiUiacMMlMXarTcMncMCi THE o or rowan iences. fSSi car No Daoastton nariuurMoaaaiir witoia ibhu..aaacriptioa ana pot QuMktrr. PosMt rroolf, mil EaUaJCAX-OO..P.O.iJrawMaiOuaio,N.- m si. ''aV ss ft nHICK. PERMANENT. CERTAIN CUKFM Oantad b ludUoittloaa. JJcrrcaiepaacHit, ezoaccaa BanafltatBB BRICK COTTAGE, NO G08 MAIN SREET, lour rooms, and all reasonable convenThis property la now occupied by Mrs. 1 ate Mahoney, and possession cannot be given until tho 15th of next April. For terms ot sale apply to L. B. or BEN. MARSHALL. d Kk J tn.-'- '"' . ' i -- 'WTVVr-- :r fA ., v'J.-LT- l ...., ..','.- . ! .v, .,... mm 'V ir&LWfwmW '''$ ,jtigmMW :Z 'ArlmmmW J :? Ki I'C , ?:juMmif.mi'.umaf k3(wiitV IXl- -i Wm . W r --" yxwmm pt'jgJMJlMJMIII,, 4- - AtlliBWWS'w? ?'!? WW3VS i vv-:-"- , .- - '" . " . - r- " s I .' irj,." v t.f ' ".lr-.-. . "' "J ' '-- JW vr" ' if- . - - v aUiC ''Vim. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. ffttSw !. Bloomingtou. per's Ferry. Beware of this place, Lucifer Yokum, ahd do not follow in the footsteps of your poor uncle. atBald Knob, whileon his way tollar he also got hooked by one of the cows Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head off tioctor Dins, by always keeping in the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price 60 cents and SI. 00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. 3 tasted I X- l',!v Dinner. Mr. B. S. Scantland says he will lth. Address Better schools Jno. put his orchard against any Florida orchard. He says his orchard will L. Scott. yield three thousand bushels of winter Song. apples beside a large amount of sum5th. Closing exercises. mer apples, with small fruit in proportion. The Association will meet at Harp on the 4th Saturday, when the Hon. Mr. Gip Graham came up to our W. C. P. Breckinridge will deliver village Sunday evening. He seemed an address. Let every one who can to be very much disappointed from some cause. Guess it was hecause attend these meetings. Hunter, Thos. certain young ladies visiting in Owen President F. C. T. A. county had not returned. Cheer up Gip. Remember the sweet bye and bye. Tlie Switzer Meeting:. -- Little Milton Arnold is quite sick Aver's Ague Cure acts directly on this week. the liver and biliary apparatus, and Mr. Burnio Johnson, of Frankfort, drives out the malarial poison which spent Sunday visiting relatives near induces liver complaints and bilious here. disorders. Warranted to cure, or Prayer meeting every Friday night money refunded. All are at Rockdale School-housWild Cherry and Tar. invited. Everybody knows the virtues of Mrs. Brewer, of Eminence, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat. Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any effections of the Throat Wiley, this week. and Lungs, combined with these inMiss Minnie Hutton spent Satur- gredients are a few simple healing day and Sunday visiting her father's remedies in the composition of Dr. family near Long Branch. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup Mrs. Sarah Steele and Mr. T. N. making it. just the article you should Sullivan &pent Sunday with the fami- always have m the house for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchitis Price ly of Capt. Milton Arnold. 50 cents and SI. 00 Samples free. Miss Mary Wallace lias been suffer- Sold by Hughes and Chiles. 3 ing n great deal this week from a boil on her right arm caused by a thorn of That Bis: Sewer. a pear tree. Messrs. Willie Webster, Harry The city is about to begin the conHarrod and Leo Arnold, of Wood- struction of a costly sewer in South ford, spent Sunday visiting friends in Frankfort. That sewer, we underthis neighborhood. stand, will empty into and eddy. Messrs. E. C. and W. B. Onan have The estimate of construction should purchased of Mr. Brumback his farm include 50 per cent, additional to lying near the Peak's Mill turnpike, keep the sewer clear after construcknown as the old Haydon farm. tion, as no sewer was ever yet constructed that proved successful whose Price not known. mouth entered an eddy. Put that Rev. J. IT. Cannon, assisted by into your pipe and smoke it. Rev. W. .1. E. Cox, of Georgetown, The sewer should be constructed, are conducting a series of meetings but its mouth should open in current at Bethel Church. Seven have been water. Z. added to the church so far. ' Educational. Mr. Willie McDaniel is lying very ill at his home, near Long Branch, with no hopes of his recovery. Dr. Teachers will meet Quarles has given mm up. ins lam-il- y at The Forks of Association on the 3d Elkhorn the sent for Dr. Morris Tuesday. Saturday in this month to dedicate Mr. Henry Poe passed through our the new School-housvillage Monday with a pair of pure Programme. white ground squirrels. They have 1st. Devotional exercises. been in his possession for three B. 2d. Opening address Thos. months. Did not learn whether lie disposed of the little curiosities or Ford. 3d. Address Thos. W. Scott. not. e. WM&XWl NEURALGIA. hJ RHEUMATISM FOR THE andpro--ovwvjwvw- TBAHF MAMftj CURB OF w I & d and NERVOUS HEADACHE Forks of JElklioru. Many thanks to Mr. Mike Sullivan for 25 cents for the Roundabout. here; and a good time is expected. Mr. Sam. Mitchell has moved from our village to the house near Black's It contains no Opium or Morphine FOR RAT.n nv at.t. wmnmnTn rtlLVE A. A. MELHER, 'Bole froprittcr, 100 ind 711 TONGA Is a product of tho Tonga or Friendly Islnuds, where it has long been used as a valuable remedy by the natives. ftWfCVmo ta a compound of Tonga with aJvwvjvwvw. other ingredients whoso curative properties have been thorouirtilv tested. v ta taken Wsvrvrvwo duces no internally, unpleasant effects. Am conrinoed. after testing 'it, that Towoalwh possesses decided nnd marked enratiro prorjertles inKbenmstio AeuraJKia. and also in MnncuUrKhou. Batism. Waltxb Colm, M. ., t. Louis, Mo. Hsto tested TosoaIHTk. in several casea ol Neuralgia, It has jriyon me perfect satisfaction. O. B. OsiruKDia. M. D Foirbniy. m. .Hare nsed TOKOAUm to Neuralgia and Inflam matory Rhomnatism. with the Terr best results. ONE DOLLAR PBR BOTTLE. WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIS. ,n W J. N. PAGE. M. D.. Vn.nrtnrc.orJc. Til. Teachers' meeting next Saturday, Capital City Machine Works a J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, Manufacturer nnd Denier In Pond. e. Jett. Os. F- - in Lexington, Ky. Miss Sallio Johnson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jennie Hearn. Mr. Win. Graves, of Virginia, is visiting the family of H. P. Mason. Miss Carrie Hanley returned from a visit to relatives in Colorado lastSat-urday. D. O. Newbold is visiting relatives a; Excelsior College will open Monday with a full corps of teachers and pupils. ' Miss Maggie Owen and Miss Lizzie Jett left last week for Trimble county to teach school. Mrs. L, C. Kohnleand daughter returned to Frankfort from a few ' weeks' visit to Mrs. W. W. Jett. Jas. S. Fall, Wash. Crutcher, It. J. Mason and Wm Graves attended the Lexington Fair this week. The Beef Co. began killing nice young cattle last week, and we are now enjoying surloins and roasts. Ttfrs. Sanford Goin, jr., left for Philadelphia last Tpesday to visit her sisters, Mrs. Loescher and Thomas. at-hom- The vast crowd was addressed by Messrs. Thos. Hunter and T. B. Ford, in the forenoon, in behalf of the common schools, and in the afternoon by Messrs. Kelly, Ford and Hunter, in behalf of Sunday-schools- '. Miss M. T. Merna read a beautiful essay, entitled "Trifles," which was deservedly applauded by the audience. Prof. H. Tracy rendered several pieces of elocution to the great delight ' of the audience, The association meets at the Forks of Elkhorn next Saturday and at Harp on the 4th Saturday. sic The Teachers' Association in connection with the North Fork Sunday-schoo- l, held a grand and successful meeting, last Saturday, the 4th. There were five hundred persons present,'and everything went off pleasantly, including the splendid dinner. The singing by the choir of the North Fork Baptist Church, led by Mr. Ernest Jones, was splendid they proved to be proficients in vocal mu- will consist of speeches, essays, music, both instrumental and vocal. A good time is expected. A basket dinner will be spread near the school-hous- e at 12:80 o'clock, and let everybody come prepared to contribute something to it. Some of the prominent speakers in the county will be present. Let everybody come. ert Guinn. Let everybody come to the school- house next Saturday and bring a big basket of grab. The meeting at'Buck Run Church is progressing finely. Large crowds assemble each evening to listen to Bro. Zack Cody, of Louisville. Mr. Bud Jones left last Tuesday for Kansas and the Indian Territory, and will be gone about a month. Thanks to him for his subscription to the Roundabout. Mr. Allen Grimes and daughter.and Miss Allie Jones, of Sparta, Owen county, are the guests of Mr. William Jones, near Woodlake. The young ladies expect to attend school at the Convent near White Sulphur. Born. Last Wednesday morning, to the wife of South Trimble, a ll pound boy. The happy young father was so overjoyed that he left for the Cliffs. A small reward is offered for him. Providence Church is receiving a now roof and some other repairs; also a handsome new chandelier adorns the inside. The good neonle of that church will hold a protracted meeting there commencing on the third Sunday of this month. The teachers of this county will meet with us next Saturday at the school-housLet every teacher in the county be present. We shall try our best to entertain you all. And also let this entire community come, and we will try and interest you on educational matters. The programme e. Dr. Guinn's little girl, Maud, is quite sick with chills; also Mr. Rob- STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. .? I DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blacksmithingr, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Agent for and Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 LowIb St., Near tbe River, Frnnkfort.fKr, C'SBND FOR PRIOB LIST. A J B9ILES E33STO-IISr- E -ZLSTH) "WOI2Z:S, V-- ? om 8 KENTUCKY'S E0UTE EAST Fon- DR. W. I. KELLEY, ' -- OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE OHIO, WASfllKBTON. PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE S NEW YORK. '4 . v CAPITAL HOTEL IN FRANKFORT. KY.. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars I FOB -- ' nYL 'll All cases ol BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brinkerhori systcin without using the W X?, .A. 3iT SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1886. aFROM SATURDAY. OCT. 23. 1886. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. LouisviiIe,Cincinnati & Lexington - SOLZS I knife or ligature aiul without uuj- pain. FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting in same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO vw 4-- ;A t i M m FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. HEGTftL ULCER , AIM RECTAL CATARRH. Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTEKUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. , LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POINTS SI ' - IN 1 ffi PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In thn loner bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort; RICHARD FERGUSON, Frankfort; J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. '""1 your nearest For tickets and further Information apply to ticket-offic- Renews Her Youth. Mrs Phoebe Ceesley, Peterson, Clay county, Iowa, tells the following rePamphlets describing these diseases sent free to markable story, the truth of which is any one by addressing vouched for by the residents of the town: "I am 73 years old, .have been W. I. KELLEY, M. D., troubled with Kicjppy complaint and Something every man, woman and child Bhould do, lameness for many years; could not 376 West Seventh St., Cincinnati, 0. '" nndbeurin mind that the Now lam dress myself without help. - CONSULTATION FREE, ""a free from all pain andsoreness,and am South Side Drug Store able to do all my own housework. I Dec. Has the largest and cheapest line of hair, cloth, owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for shoe, tooth, and iudl brushes ever shown ac one time In the city. having renewed my youth and reF. I. moved completely all disease and 75 styles and prices hair brushes pain." " " cloth " 50 LODGE. NO. C, MEETS EVERY CO cents at Jos. Try a bottle only ' CAPITAL Visiting brothers cordially Invited. 50 shoe ' 4 LeCompte's drug store. LEE A. OWEN, N. G. C. W. SMITH, H. W. FULLER, General Manager, Gon. Pass. Agt., Richmond, ViuaiNU. BRUSH UP! kl i VJ w I 26-l- y. 0. 0. J? .' m ,. i J- - R. Williams, Sec. . April 17-- tf Don't fall to examlno the line at Louisville Tobacco Market. FDBNIBHED BX JOSEPH LsCDMFTE'S 7 M i. ISli VKIl i1" miETOBS T. C. Newbold has accepted a position in Louisville, after being laid up The sales for the week amount to 2,770 for, some time with sickness. hhds., with 1,850 hhds. receipts for the same period. The sales since January 1st DDBRETT, PBO- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABE- HOUSE. GLOVEB & PYEMIA Is tho most virulent form of Less speedily fatal, but not less certainly so, is the vitiation of the blood of which tho first symptoms are Pimples, Sties, Bolls, nnd Cutaneous Eruptions. When tho taint of Scrofula Rives wurningof its presence by such indications, no time should bo lost in using Ayek'8 SAnsAFAKiLLA, tho only perfect and medicine for tho purification of the blood-poisonin- g. ISi Offi.ce Jvly ::::;, THE SOUTH SIDE DETTG STOBE, FRANKFORT, KY. PROPRIETOR OF THE HOKEOPATHIBTS! : FAMOUS GEN. SARIS COLOGNE AND Bald Knob. fc- r' '- V' ':jt & r m Dr. Deekens is well known in this section. Ho died on Thursday. Mr.Ransford Pay ton has begun the erection ol a large suouroan resilience which when completed will be an ornament to this locality. We learn that Zeke Yokum has .snagged himself on barb wire fence while in the act ofscratching himself, nence Constitutionalist. Messrs. John and Amos Gilbert, of Wells county, Indiana, are visiting at their uncle's, Mr. Louis Yount. Mr. M. S. Urbant, of Hempstead, Texas, lias opened up a new drug store here with a large stock of medicines. His experience and success as a pharmacist should guarantee him a liberal patronage. Mrs. Lucinda Flack and Mr. J. B. Duncan visited friends and relativesin "' Owen county last week. Dr. IX'ekens, of Defoe, Henry county, one of the most prominent men of that locality, is dangerously ill with typhoid fever, thechanees for his recovery are said to bo against him. Emi- of last year to the corresponding date. The condition of the market may be briefly described as dull, prabably very dull would moro accurately denote its symptoms. There has, however, been a little more activity displayed in the com petition over the exceptionally good grades of Burley. The growing crop is in splendid "form" and wo are promised a crop superior in quality, and above an average in quantity. The following quotations fairly represent onr market for Burley tobacco : $H.OO to $4.00 Dark Trash 4.00 to 0.50 Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. 4.00 to 5.50 0.00 to 7.00 Colory Lugs 9.0tf 7.00 to Good Leaf 9.00 td 14.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco. 14.00 to 20.00 have reached 90,065 hhdB., which is only 2,419 hhds. short of the immense record . rell-nb- lo 317 Ifcv.A.IT ST. L'COMPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. blood. SCROFULA Aran's Sarsaparilla. This preparation Is also tho only ono that will cleanse tho blood of Mercurial poison and the taint of Contagious Diseases. Impoverished blood Is productive of Is n foul corruption in Iho blood that rots out all the machinery of life. Nothing will eradicate it from tho system and prevent its transmission to offspring but DR. J. S. COLLINS, Choice Coal Cheap. ALL family use. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. KINDS DENTIST, STREET, OPP. RODMAN & Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nltrouso Oxide (or laughing) gas. OFFICE, mar.'20-tf MAIN Telephone connection No. 30. GEO. B. MACKLIN, , ANEMIA, to insanity or death. Women frequently suffer from It. Tho only medicine that, whllo purifying tho blood, enriches it with new vitality, and invigorates tho wholo system, is Weakness, Languor, toss of Nerve Force, and Mental Do- course, unchecked, leads (ection. Its aro symptoms A wretched condition indicated by Pallid Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shattered Nerves, nnd Melancholy. Its flrfct MARRIAGE GUIDE Fun PAAPft. Illurtnttd. In Cloth nml Gilt Binding. Mb mumv nr iiimoi Ham.tftDcr cover. Zfc. ThU Book con- UI01 ALL the curloui, doubtful or tadaliltlrf winttokoow. 1'ullof very lot rettlnc tud Tlubl information. HXALTH, BKAUTY ml MArriSBSB re promoted by it tdTlK-w- ba may Marry, who not, wbr t&lrdletl Aid. when nectiMry. brought home to you. 10 FIN PICTtJRKS, true to life. Young or old, married or fine le, tick or well, ahoula read it Sent tealed by DR. WHITTIER. SI. Leaia. Me FRANKFORT, KY. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w M, Werfl otDtMjmmmm The keys of the county jail have been turned over to the new Ayer's Sarsaparilla, jailer, Minus Williams. The pris I'ltEPAHKD J1Y oners will be kept in the upper Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mow. until story of the new m Sold by all Druggists: Price $1: Six bottles for $5. the new jail is completed. court-hous- e m eB j mail tliU Rcmnly nrt. WILCOX UVKVtriV CO., PWIatta.. I Sl.'a3RWJB8rSa4g .. ?5?wRiS!SS3ii Real Estate Agont, will alHo give Bpeclal Court-houH- wytrH. bold by all DrugyUU. or 8. nd 4 cents for IN THE COURTS OF and the adjoining counties, nnd nttenllon to tbe purchase nnd sale of rati estale, colleitlon of rentn, claims, anl the Denotation of loins. Ofllce oppottlte WILL June PRACTICE .. A i4 s1 i p P. 25-l- m xt 1V f ' y'fj'Wnf '.::'.$' : J' t: 5 roundabout FRANMFORT, KY., SEP., 11, 1886. Pea Ridge. Monday. Refreshing showers. Pea Ridge Academy opened last f v t '.", M u,-- "VI i ft' fr Isi Little folks look serious, they have exchanged the hat and ball ibf the hook and pencil. Parents are not sending as many children to school as they should, we have a very able teacher in Prof. Tins-le- y and patrons .should take advantage of it. A gentleman here gave as a reason for not attending religious service, Sunday-schoo- l, Ac, that ho did not think ft prudent or safe for all to leave home at the same 'time for fear of burglars and sneak thieves. This is a serious matter but, the remedy is very simple and easily applied. Carefully attend to door' and n window fastenings, keep a little in the house and all fire arms ready for service. The Ridge attended the Baptist Association last week in force, what they said and thought of their reception and the account of the good time they had generally cannot be given, because it cannot be done without flattery. Our pike is located at last and while it is not the very best route it is a good one and meets with the approval of our own citizens who are glad the , matter is finally settled. Among the different routes considered the one agreed upon is a very good compromise. The only cittzen who was against the pike going through his place gracefully withdrew his objections and .with true Kentucky hospitality threw his fence wide open and ' invited his neighbors to go through without respect to lines, dec., and by so doing nas maae many mends who ap-predate his liberal spirit which is only equaled by his generous action. If Franklin has an office the gentleman wants let him ask for it in full confidence of the cordial and unanimous support of Pea Ridge amu-nitiov PROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. m tig -- i Chas. Newton 'theMr. and Mrs. Fair last week. took in Lexington Mr. J no. Burke, who has been in Cincinnati with his teams since last May, is home on a visit. Boys, don't forget uncle Milton's buggy. There's no joke about this. He's got to have it as soon as the pike is finished. Miss Birdie Kent, a charming young lady, who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Will. Sanders, for some weeks, has returned to her home in i" v iff , "' Louisville, leaving several hearts behind her who are dead sure to visit the Exposition. It is rumored (but be careful don't say I told you) that Mr. Martin Nolan will shortly lead to the altar one of Franklin's fairest young widows. Martin is rather young, but his parents, remembering they were once young, offer no objections, Sweet peace reigns on the Ridge now, as the turnpike question is settled. Thanks to the good judgment of .. Train is due I am going to Emimagistrates Moore, Clarke and Lyons, who were commissioned to locate the nence. route. The proprietors of the great EMINENCE. landed estates on the Ridge being unable to agree among themselves, it was I arrived here the day after the thought advisable by some to petition election, but co'ild do nothing with our good Governor for the Gatllng gun my itch remedies. So much excitewith an urgent request that Cupt Jo. ment about Local Option, which carTracy (who, by the way, never kicks) ried, but don't know how much. be placed in command, to bring them What a shame to pass such laws, takinto submission : but others ofa more ing the privilege from church memthoughtful view argued theexpenseof bers to tret drunk. This thing ot'tak- such a venture, so the warlike ue t ing away nieii's iberty is an outrage. ueu nave tne ngni to clonic inoir nionstratious were abandoned. GllANDUCI. children in ragf, whip their wives, that the may Hatton. prosper The wholesale whisky dealhave the right My nephew George Lewis being er and distiller sing "Oh when to the front pew and hall I absent, this letter is dedicated to the see Jesus" as much as he pleases, and Printer's Devil of the' Rouxwarol't to entertain the big preacher with office. Knowing that my numerous big dinners. right the It's friends are anxious about me, I take preacher sfl long as all slips awith dol-ii- ir ten he to inform them. I left this method costs tears Harper's Ferry some days ago in dis- of note in his pocket thatunfortunate ever so guise, under the assumed name of as blood. to If I'm I'm truly in hopes to go Dr. Dundargo. I'm happy to inform that I wonthell,put in the same cell be you that I succeeded beyond my ex- with that class of preachers. pectations with my itch salve. I water party formed proThe sold at Lebanon and Bald Knob six cession cold buried a crabb whoa died and gross of my medicine, at one dollar a of heart disease caused by Local Opbox, to the HE population, and fifty to his ashes. cents to the Sis,tr3 and made appli- tion. Peace go to Shelbyville. From here I cation of salvcV Every case of itch SHEIBYVIMjE. that I came across voted for Proctor Knott. Iflhadnot used the salve I arrived here last night and found promptly it would have run into everything upside down, bar rooms leprosy in a few days. I called to see were on Prof. Tracy, but he had left the Knob. door all closed, with crape tied all knobs, and the keepers school-hous- e was vacant, the clothed in sack-clot- h His and ashes. Lowas paint- cal Option carried by a large floor of the school-buildin-g majority. ed goose 'green. Several cases of I found every body for Durham and mad-do- g bite on election day. On Local Option. I can do nothing 's my way to Hatton, I stopped at with my salve so I Sulphur Springs to see my once for the Stone will leave here at Kitchen, Wood-lak- e wrote for your paper last pullet, who and Peak's.M ill by way of Hatweek. While there I learned she ton. Here I found the new depot was a grass widow and had two with exception of beaux, one an old batchelor, the completed Health thethis place good, painting. of a vender of pills and plasters. so nothing more for this time. Your other The old batchelor had the go at the friend: Zeke. start, but pills downed him, by givP. S. Mr. Devil, will you please ing her a dose of love powders. It give notice in your paper that Dr will be a match. There is no way of Dundargo will lecture in the Hall of powders. I'm getting around love done with Sudduth's Sulphur Springs. the Legislature, Sept. 30, subjectfor "Mad-do- g bites and remedy HATTON NEWS. same." Said lecture to be free to all When I arrived at this place I post- old ined the following notice, "Dr. Dun- sert the above drunkards. Please to notice and charge dargo will remain a few days only, Yocum. ior me purpose oi treating ine amict-e- Zeke g Sore eyes and mad-doP. S. All church members who bites a speciality." drink whisky, and distillers who are The first case was sore eyas. He members of churches will be paid for was a deacon of a church, upon a their attendance. close examination I found it to be I will be compelled to omit some Hydrophobia He hud been often news, my business engagements are bit by a vicious dog at a still house. so pressing. Another was a preacher, with same P. S. disease, who was bitten by at least across I forgot to tell you that I came old preacher who six different dogs on Market street, in out inanthe service, who has worn has Frankfort, and our dogs in Shelby-vill- e. preaching for one congregationben for Both cases incurable. Itch two years, for his services has receivsalve would not touch their cases. in money, one chicken roosDied Near this place Bell's Sunday- ed $2.00 three bushels of turnips. That ter and -school strangulation, disease, brought about by poor, trifling church is the way to bo liberal.ox Some that members. Some would not come be- churches will muzzle the treads cause they were afraid it would cost present.out the corn. So no more at something, some are so lazy that they I am still opposed to the Cow Bill, would not scratch themselves if a galli-nippwas to bite them. If some in- Local Option,- &c. My next will be ventive Yankee could get up a patent from Peak's Mill. Truly yours, Zeke Yocum. to take such church members to Heaven and pay them a small bounty Married On Saturday night, Aug. to start with and eight dollars per 4, 1886, at Harper's Ferry, Zeke Yomonth after getting there, he would cum, Esq., to Nancy Fissle Topp. No confer a great favor on this people. cards. Will spend their honeymoon Any one getting such patent will at Stone Kitchen. please drop a postal card to Zeke May they live a long and prosperYokum, Harper's Ferry, Lock Box ous life and many little Zekes, is the wish of Nol. Lucifer Yocum. red-nose- d bar-keep- er Sud-duth- red-nos- ed d. er - mimmmiimmmmm