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J I ?!WSAlVt.'L'!lKZ'.ymr,,l.t.frlBnTirtfT,..-,..t. , ,. iTT .. , .fe.cxjnTrvi63iiiViB'''rJ ;MMESaag7 :- - vi"' r :YVi v ?;WW. f iju. - i, .awr';jcp'itsjif?iwyur ' rv v,.f?r w.igty.'rfP tn.i.i w p.T.iwr & bw.iwjiM frr,Sra .ucrttfiv! am- - csawffriKfl&WBnB7TWfeyv.v w wn jn jm t. ..r t F". vw ' .""" - ' .. "SWvsssbb v ..'.obiu-m- wmBf'' KiP'-- .wV ' ' - TvTl : ' ' . ' Frankfort Roundabout. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. 2&JMT& 0JKE DOLLAR ' " - ' ' V'.'vSiv 4 - - " I GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. PER YEAR , m mw J3 5sB rr iif.' 1 'S , : Volume X. V" FRANKFORT, KY., SEPTEMBER 25, 1886. Number 2. t.1 BRIMFULL OF BUSINESS! ' &?& : .SL "'k I . ' NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A ' if - :, f; V;LARGH . VVJilX . &, bbLbClbD STOCK 1U SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. SjK,,v"" 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 FUMISHIMG GOODS DEPARTMENT is aoEiiiEJTEi Triarza: staples ajstxd itovesit, HjS. -- OUR : TAILORING ' ;. DEPARTMENT ' IS OUR PRIDE! ' , ; - In( it you can find any kind of goods you may want. f IeP"B i'-- ; ' : "'' ..' Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order COME TO SEE US. We intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. . ' 'y4''.."; I'm it HUDSON, HUMPHRIES r iT"i CASSELL. A; - r-- EW," ' ' ihfiKV-'.- IMS'' '" Terrible EARTHQUAKE On The 29th, CAUSED BY-- THERE WILL BE RKf-Tfi v my.: iiV m-"- : Sol. Harris' IMMENSE STOCK on Hand and Arriving Dai! and no space to hold them. Therefore I announce to, the public at largo that I spent a mouth in securing Bargains, such as was from INTE'W , never seen before. Children's Dresses in FLANNEL and CASHMERES for $2.50, worth from $6.00 to $600. 100 Misses' and YOBK " fn GLOVES! f "IT V-LlVAl!VC M TOf I I Ladies' Misses' and Children's, in Astracan, Berlin, Boucle, Plush, Beaver and in all Imported Novelties atsuch LOW YOU. PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH DRESS GLOVES! ivflro GOODS) n a no latest Designs, the largest assortment ever displayed in this city. and n? fix and in Mosquitaire in GW !Four, Six, and Eight Button andfor Neck Wear. Stitched Back undressed Screens Ithe finest imported Kids, alsomvRiding On Laco Curtains and Gloves. Headquarters can outsell anybodv. As to sfcnfifc Millinery, purchased this Full, all I can say it will surpass any season here before Piece Goods, Cassimers, Beavers Astracans, Jeans, &c, Best Line Ever Seen in this City. 4 11? Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, etc., the best selection at such low prices never known here before. While in the East I se- -' 200 of Ladies Imported Wraps, Misses' and Children's Wraps from 6 to 12 years old which was held in Custom Hoiiso for cured a Clothing, Gent's. Furnishing Goods and Hats, which is entirely price it would cost to import them. My ready-mud- e and which I will sell for separate from my Dry Goods Department, is immense. You will find a select assortment of Men's Youth's Boy's and Children's DEFAIITJMLICITT. HEWstock from an assignee's .sale, non-payme- nt one-ha- lf irsa !? C ' ' k lm&:'. rum iiff" h'imw tHH.' JET C0m. d lllO W "T" .T T --J J-L- 'J sttii's, school .sTjrn:s S V JLw WJ-- HTTffl'Prifi Wh3 WWA 4" C!t CS S- aEJOi-A-i-iT-sr- ever brought to this city. All I ask is to call and see my entire stpek and be convinced that my prices are lower than the lowest. -F -L W-- L . SOL. HARRIS, St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. N. B I am the exclusive agent for Butteriok's Patterns. rH-- J V ( vfl t-- !, . j$ ATTENTION We will open our new stock of TO THE PUBLIC Dry C3-OOd.- ANNOUNCEMET on the OloaJfes in our new THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1886, storer-oom S, JP&lCLCy IfcTO'VeltieS, aaad. Si CORNER OF MAIN AND SAINT CLAIR STREETS ON And will be ready for our friends and patrons with a fine line of Pattern Suits, Silks, Rich and Ripe Velvets, Satins, and Cloth Goods, We also wish to call attention to our lame and fine assortment of Ladies', Misses', and Children's Cloaks, of Which we have And an endless assortment of other Dress Goods. elegant line in the city. We also lave a lull line ol Zephyrs, bilks, Chenile, Filoselle, Arosene, and rancy Goods. We are prepared to give our customers the best the most Call at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets and be convinced. bargains. mm rrrf M K'ta WEITZEL & O'DONiSrELL. FBAMFOHT Entered at the as second-claspost-otllc- ROUNDABOUT. at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. e s llev. George Darsie returned Thursday from his trip to Boston and will occupy his pulpit as usual morning and evening. There are two be to weddings in this city on the 13th of October, one on the 14th, one on the 27th, with several couples to hear from. 820,000 820,000 ?y GEORGE A. LEWIS, BcLiioc and. FRANKFORT. ! r. SEPTEMBER 25, 1886. l. CLOTHIITG BOUGHT AT THE STOCK! rt'WIVrVim , -- .rm&.M 8asFffl jaffsssRHa .vt W- r- r- i?": ft. ft.' .v SV victed under the law ner. bling a felony. These are the first Jas. A. Murray, Royal Arch Capconvictions so far under the new law. tain. R. M. Grant, Grand Master 3d The new sower in South Frankfort to have a fall of nine inches to the Veil. is Jos. R. Stafford, Grand Master hundred feet, which it is claimed will to discharge its contents into 2d Veil; cause it Jas. E Graham, Grand Master 1st the river with sufficient force to carry off any deposit that may be left in its Veil mouth by the eddy into which it W. S. Dehoney, Secretary. W. T. Reading, Treasurer, empties. Sandford Goln, Steward and Tyler. An article appeared in the Louis- Wo have received from our young yllle Commercial Friday stating that the Kentucky Military Institute in friend, Mr. George G. Graham, at this county was about to suspend op- - Santa Ana,. Soiiora, Mexico, another perations, there being but twenty lot "of those curious little dancing scholars in attendance. Col. It. D. beans. The following interesting letAllen, the Superintendent, published ter, which accompanied them, will a card in the same paper on Monday tell you all about them: ) saying he had no intention of closing Santa Ana, Sonoka, Mexico, September 12, 1880. school, and that the institution the Senor Don George A. Lewis, was in a flourishing condition, forty Mug Amino Jli'o: Por su ruego a pupils being in attendance, mi cuando estoy alii eu m casa ej - Mr., James T. Lark in has been elected a policeman by the City Council to fill the vacancy occasioned by Now that the Centennial is to be the removal of Mr. P. F. Smith. an assured success let us afl pull to-getiier anil make that success such as Mr. W. J. Hughes has been electwill be long remembered. The Mi- ed a member of the City Council from Of kado will Rive a grand entertainment the First Ward to fill the vacancy ocat the Opera House next Thursday casioned by the resignation of Mr. night, and the best of it is that every Minus Williams. cent taken in will be handed over to A thief broke into the residence' of help pay the expenses of the CentenMr. Frank Trumbo, three miles from nial. This was exceedingly good 01 t e boys and girls who make up the this city, on the Mlllville pike, TuesMikado Company. They want to day night, but was frightened away help Frankfort to stand before the before we securer! anything of value and generworld as a noble-hearte-d The Cavalry company raised at ous city, which it is. .lett Station to participate in the CenTins is the spirit which should gov- tennial parade is not a very large ern all our citizens in making dona- body, but are a well drilled company tions to the Centennial. Every one and will present a handsome appearon n iro the Mikado for fifty cents if ance. they choose to go in at lhat price; Mrs. Sol Harris has placed us under but we do thiuk that on this occasion, are giving the obligations for ' a file of late New the home-folk- s when entertainment to help raise funds for York papers, she havingjust returned from that city, where she has been the Centennial, that all liberal-minde- d persons, who have not already purchasing her fall stock of millinery subscribed to the Centennial fund, good?. would do themselves and the city Next Tuesday evening the annicredit for generosity, by giving to ,'.,-.their checks for So, versary meeting of the Blue Ribbon the Club will be held at the Court-hous$10, $20, or $50 instead of paying the ordinary fee of fifty cents, in order to and all friends of temperance are corhelp the Centennial in giving this dially invittd and urged to attend. grand entertainment. The names of A number of good speeches will be persons who aid delivered. those whole-soule- d the Centennial in this way ought to be Attheiegular annual election of preserved among the records of the officers of Frankfort Chapter, No. ?, Centennial. Let the entire popula-o- f Royal Arch Masons, held on TuesOF OF A ALL CREDITORS herebyTHE ESTATEprove notllled to ure this city and county beat the Op- day evening, the following were chos- theirCtius. O'llura me before the first day of the claims before next October term of tho Franklin Circuit Court. v era House next Thursday night and en for the ensuing year: JAS. ANDREW SCOTT, Sept ., 2Md. Centennial. Muster Commissioner, F. C. C. thus aid the W. S. Caplingcr, High Priest. V. A. Kaltenbrun, King. Two men were received at the PenPeter Light, Scribe. itentiary on Tuesday, who were sent Gus. 'JMIE PROPERTY ON WHICH I RESIDE IN Shaffer, Captain of Host. 1 South Frunkfort. comprising four acres. As u from Union county, having been conto suit purchasers. Geo. A. Lewis, Principal Sojour- vhole or In lots J. STODDARD JOHNSTON, making gam- The Mikado and tlie Ceil-tennia- Great Auction Sale! These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim; & Bauer, at ; ?. , t LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! V' LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy door-keep- er e, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. Crutcher 8j Starks. J . T7"E3:ilXIE HLA.EJX. JT. M L. C. 8)1 w NOTICE P. GRAY. CHURCF. GRAY & CHURCH, Beg to announce to the public they will open out a large stock of ', J'jM A. t FOR SALE. & 4t, Frankfort Kr. HOUSE T LOT FOR SALE. HARDWARE, STO At D.ehoncy's rwsh OFFER AT PRiyATE SALE MY HOUSE 1 and lot situated on Broadway street, between Ann and High. The house contains eight large rooms, with kitchen und servtuits rooms. The lot Is about fifty feet front and runs buck about one hundred feet. Uus, wuter, Ac., und all lit good re- pair. Apply to Furmdule. Ky., or JUDGE W.1L HNEED. Sept. Frankfort, Ky, 18-l- 7 ' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Old Stand, on Main Street, SMALL FARM FOR SALE. OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM SITUATED ON 1 the Frunkfort und Georgetown turnpike, ono-lia-lt mile east of the r'orks of Elkhoni. The place has a new dwelling house, and all necessary outbuildings, und contains about 40 acres of good of which Is botblue grass land, ubout one-hatom. Possession given at once. J.LQYD FEATHERSTON. 17, 1880-lin-. Srpt. T lf ABOUT OGT. 1ST. m m : FARM TOR SALE. ACRES, LYING BETWEEN MASTIN BROS -- ,Wi.. m&,m H5M aP--2 DEALERS IN- - tt&MW) ac -- Sl38Bwfl 9P'"'' v ' csiui : ,t . The splendid new Champion Saw and Planing Mills of Judge W. L. Peuce, in Bellepoint, came near being destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. A large pile of bark near the mill caught fire from gome cause, and smouldered for a long time without being discovered, but finally burst out by the side of the m in a bright blaze. It iwas. extinguished with a force pump and hose, which had been put in when the mill was rebuilt to guard against fire. hno pasado, azue esta ulgunos de los curiosos, los "Frigales Vallan-das- " (Dancing Beans) fue yo to man-dar- e A. a listed eon esta carta. .No hay otra eosa en el mundo mos escoso fue estos, esta muy poeos aqui. Pedo toda lagentealla en su pueblito ahora conoees la historia y do adonde vieue estosvollandos por la eortafue go mando a usted en ocheuta y cieuco. Pjero no son vivos como los. atros, COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties. porgueesmay seco ei tiempo. stairs, over Judge P. U. Major's office, . p(r conteste de correaa si los Aug.l4-tf- . recibidos en buen orden o en cuao condicion. Contestame Iucgo y dime Work neatly exetodas los novedades fue tiene nuevo y viejo. Su campadoe G office. CONTAINING 126 river und Frunkfort and Flat Creek turnpike, four and one half miles from Frunkfort, known as the James M. Lewis farm, The farm Is well Improved: two good dwelling place well bouses;' all necessary watered; a good cistern In the yard and a good well; two never falling springs on the place. For terms mod sepMMni. apply to G W. LEWIS & BROS. Farming Implements, Fijd Seeds, Byggies, . ic 4c, ' Kt vTJfiS KO, I5-3STK:,OI- 3 ANN STREET, IKEItf'X'TJ-OZK.-Sr- JAS. VI0LETT, Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., Kentucky . and McSHERRT Grain Drills, breaking PL ws, C.dJBckoryWagqns Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters, Cider Mills. general assortment of Hardware; full atook of Harnett? and Saddlery; seed A i1 '. 'yS2Ji Kl Sir WJtiTre ? , .njW'jratci. lh-gif- , Job cuted at this Whnf xu, Dllli Tlmnll.1, 1nnu TM.. . ..jn'rf. : ,VOJJ. 'i!ji" .y t.j vlst cniujEio uunnA.aii,j!iu liuw. ,IW.tfRV m !' wacvJar. . KM ''', V'Vi' .,vr ifiV'V w lit i i t. ,--- " , : ;' ,.;;-.',- :' 1 t- .":; ! ''-- ;:';- ' ,.,. -he" "" -,.- -.,-' ' ' '''' ,. M, ' zihMfffo.. WW lwr. w A' v, K V ' ' MMBMMMMWMWMMMMMMM nnilUnnnnilT w nnnnfnmnnf "A 1HH.I. - ; ,; ' I aWwlTj ""jfea UiUULlLLJIUiI-im).J..V- .. r FRANMK0Rr.KY.,3,l'. Quito tUarge party of young people went down to Louisville on ThurHday' to witness the grand dls-nlav of Ore works and the fall of Tlio tenacity with which people abide by their early faith tit Ayer's tiiisiiimi iiui is va iihii'ui by uiu fact that It is the best blood m dieine overused, and is not equalled in excellence by any new eaudidi te for public favor. mphnnt, our old and well - Perooitai. Jno. Moaghor, EscJ., nnd lndy, loft for Chicago on Thursdny. Thursday Mr. Rip Arnold rotnrnod night from a trip lo tho onBternpuitof'tho Stnto. Mw, A. T. Todd nnd children loft yesterday morning for n visit to frionda in Versailles. Mrs. W. T. Reading and children are visiting relatives near Christiansburg, Shelby county. Misses Fannio Arnold nnd Lena Bond, of Anderson county, are visiting Mrs. W. L. Jett, South Side. Col. D. C. Crutchcr, tho great and only, and Miss Delma, took in tho big show at Louisville Thursday. Mrs. C. G. Furr and children returned Wednesday nfternoon from a visit to relatives in Mercer county. Pompeii. Weekly Prayer meetings at the Southern. Presbyterian Church in this city" have been changed from Wednesday to' Thursday evenings at 7- - o'clock. . as, In thus dea .mr tn wi.. Father has sorely afllicted in that He has,taken our oldest and one of our best and most useful membeis; therefore, be it Resolved, That in the do ith of I3ro. Jones this church has lost one of bur strong pillars one upon whom she hits leaned in the darkest hours and found him always calm, cheerful, hopeful and true. Jiesolved, That though wo cannot now see why the Master should take away so useful a Christian, yet we bow in humble submission under His hand, knowing that we will see and know the reason in the great hereafftesofved, That this community has lost one of her best citizens and family a kind and lovhis ing husband and father; we1 can only commend them to the loving Savior who will not afflict willingly and is always ready to heal the wounds of the sorrowinir. Jlesolvcd, That we will endeavor to more earnestly follow tho Savior now that one of our leaders has fallen with armor on, for he was ready for ... '.A ; Ji ,w 2$ Jtffcl A -- . ' T3 w w USC 07 CPIUr.1 OR VKORPHlNni Th MrrHral Urirf, published nt St. L011I3, says .."JH8 T5JJ',5n art w rf NwrnUria of 12 or IS In tbo June. Vsot, Lsuo : " Mmir havo bccoiuo VSFJ tjntUng. which had rmiBtod nU trentmwi.t. months elnco and tbo patient tuw envictims to the uso of opium or morphlno, lrom tho uso of those drugs for tho relluf of Neural-Ri- joyed purloct rretdum lrcm h t mmpUint " h. L. Eowb, 11. v., Oeiitryrille. Mo. It Is Rratifyini; to obsurve that such consequences mny bo averted by the "Kto irfTni TnngnUno a Mrtnal In Neumlo. To uw mr pat'ent'e own nrncinn. "It'B tho use of Tongalink, which Is almost a specific tor that diaeaee." J. V. Kikcsl, Brighton, LI. in tho acute form of Neuralgia.",, TcngaUne the tost preparation lor "I over 5ScvoOSocaiaKttScg:PHYSICIAWS Houraltfial have O. trtnd" V. Uuval, M. D . PfnorUle, Ilia. FOR SALE B7 ALL DRUGGISTS. PRIOR ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. A. A. (V.ELLIEHj Sols ITopriotor, 70U tod 711 WAblltNUiuM aVjiUK. tiC. LOUIS. CAN a. dan-porojr fl'uisa 'WfcWVWWAwW m v u u . z; iijri vai R nil - m n SECURED WITHOUT THE i ter. Mrs. Sol. Harris has just returned from New York with an elegant Btockoffall goods, which is advertised on our first page. Drop In and examine the stock if you want to see ' ' something real nice. . . , Tho little foundling left on the doorstep of Mr.' Sim Paine several weeks ago, died on Monday night at the residence of the German woman in Capital City lachine Works C'2 3 J. B. MEEK, Fropriotor, Manufacturer nnd Denier in &?fi STEAM ENGINES Distillery, Mill h Mt BOILERS this city, where Judge Thomson had placed it, of cholera infantum. Dr. W. H. Phythian made every effort to save the life of the poor little waif, but without nvail. On Thursday next, September the 30th, the L. & N. Bailroad will run an excursion train1 from Lexington to Louisville, to give every body a chanco to visit the exposition. The train passes through this city at 8:15 a. m. and reluming leaves Louisville at 10:30 p. m. The fare for the round trip from this city will be but qnedol" Mr. Samuel Hildroth and wife, of Bluo prepared for the people of God." Liok Springs, nra tho guests of Mr. Jiesolved, That these resolutions be and Mrs. W. T. Shy, of this county. snread unon tho minutes of the Mrs. J. H. and Geo. L. Webb, of Bowl- church, a. copy sent to the family of ing Green, Ky., are visiting thoir sister, our deceased mother, and also to the Mrs. Southey W. Darnell, South Side. Bounimuout for publication. JNO.H. CANNON, Moderator. Mr. Jas. E. Graham returned Thursday night from n visit of several days to his Jos. Pffikeu, Clerk pro tern. brother, Mr. J. Tuylor Graham, in Cincin- the summons to enter into the "rest and Agricultural Machinery. DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHEd! Blacksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptlv Attended to. Agent wr .jL'j-j-.- nati. , Stod-manvill- o, 9-.- x V .' - S . x ' v ' - lur. The Thompson Opera- - Troupe, which is now playing at the Opera House, is one of the finest companies which has ever visited this city, and are well worthy of largo audiences. Our people who complain that no come here good entertainments should turn out in force this afternoon and evening, for this is a first class show. , ' Wt &f.', &Wiw P w, O STH , K!J - nPC.1f - - G. A. R. n Jiii 1$ ''Wl f.J ise.Sc' J !'. III IP & ft M There will be a special meeting of Albert Q. Bacon Post Monday evening, Sept. 27th, at 7J o'clock, to make arrangements for tho Centennial. A Mrs. Jack Long is visiting friends full attendance is requested. By or-d- in Minorsville, Scott county. D. W. Lindsey, of Mr. Bichard Morris and wife left Commander. V. Berbebicii, Saturday afternoon for a visit to St. Louis. Adjutant. Mr. Lawrence Went The Historical Art Exposition morning for Greenville,left Tuesday Mississippi, Committee met in response to call of to reside. President and it was decided to comMiss Lillie Choate Is visiting her mence putting the exhibits in order uncles, Messrs. B. and L. Choate, in on Monday, Sept. 27th, at 9J oclock this county. a. m. The ladies of Frankfort are reMrs. George Darsie returned Sunquested to 'meet the committee day from a visit of several months to promptly at 9J o'clock in the office of her sister in Colorado. Misess Clara and Edith Stafford re theStato Librarian. turned Friduy afternoon from a visit Mks. J. Stoddajbd Johnston, to friends in Louisville. President. Messrs. Rector Crittenden and Lan-do. Mus. W E. Fkanklin, SecVy. S. Coleman left Tuesday morn-lu- g for Kansas City with a view to Bov. J. T: Hendricks, D. D., will locating. preach at the Southern Presbyterian Miss Lizzie Macklin Church in this city mpra; afternoon for New York,left Mnmlnv whence she ing at 11 o'clock and at the Franklin will sail y im tho Steamer Urn-brfor Europe. Church in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. He will lecture at the Southern, Miss.Lizzie Powell has returned to Presbyterian Church each Thursday the city from a six weeks' visit to evening at 7 o'clock. Sis lecture friends, and is ready for business and next Thursday evening will be on win do giau to see all her old customers. the Second Psalm. The public corMajor Henry T. Stanton left Weddially invited. nesday morning for Owingsville to m give one of his readings before the We understand that Mr. W. J. Teachers' Institute in session at that Chinn will consent to becomo a can place. didate for member of the Board of Dr. Bichmond A. Lewis, who has Equalization for the 7th Congression- been visiting relatives in this city al District, and as tho Franklin Coun- and county for the past two weeks. iiuhiu ty Democratic Convention meets at ginia, Thursday. m luciimonu, Virthe Court House this afternoon at 2 Mr. ,W. L. left Monday for o'clock to select dolegates to tho Dis- Mt. Sterling, Gaylo he will whero make trict Convention, our citizens should future home, haying entored intohis a seo.to it that Mr. Chinn receives a partnership In tho drug business there hearty endorsement and recommen- with Mr. Tarlton Julian, formerly of dation to tho District as a man of In- this county. Mr. Tom Newman returned Saturtegrity and ability who, if elected, day from Crab Orchard Springs, will reflect credit upon his native vrui-i- jiu mis mm cnargo oi tne Hocounty as an efficent officer. tel for tho past; two months, and is again at his post bohind tho counter Proper Treatment for Coughs. at tho Buhr Hotel. That the reader may fully underAt n mooting of Bothol Baptist stand what constitutes a good Cough Church, in this county, held on Satand Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and WHa Cherry is the basis of tho urday, 8ept. 18, it was announced best romedies yet discovered. These that Bro. W. H. Jones had doparted ingredients with soveral others equal- this Ufy ly us offlcaclous, enter largely.into Dr. preamble, -- wheroupori tho following ml resolutions wero adoptBosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, making it one of the most relia- ed, viz.: thus ble now on the market, Price CO Whekeaj, It has pleased our cents and I.00r Sample free, Sold Henvenlylfather to remove from tho , v oy Jtiugnes & vwm nine tp tne church trl- '.' I if-- . j.ri-uuin- ui i;om-mandery or have been to Louisville this week to see relatives and tako in tho Exposition. Miss Kate Sanders, of this city, nnd Miss Jessio Kennedy, of Memphis, Tonn., loft Monduy morning for a visit to friends in Eminence. Col. L. E. Harvie and Mr. John S.Hnrvio huve returned from a two months stny in thowost in search of health. They nro both much improved. Mr. Jnmes M. Snffell has beon very ill nt his home, near this city, for soveral days with remittent fever, but wo uro glad to learn, is somewhat improved. Mrs. M. J. Gnine3, Misses Mary Pago, Rebecca Ave rill, Bello Pago, Kate Page, Mamio Bull, and Mesagpam C. Bull, jr., and Thos. Averill spThursdny and yesterday in Louisville. Messrs. Russell Sneed nnd J. B. k roturned Thursday night from St. Louis, where they have beon attending tho unciave 01 ine urauu of Knights Templnr in tho United States. They report having had n a splendid time. I Hen-dric- dipt. Sam Martin and lndy, of Blost Excellent. Tenn., writes: ''My family and I are beneficiaries of your mot excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumptionjhaving found it to be all that you claim for it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommeuded it, praise 51- - SCJILEK Columbus FOR PRICE LIST. fc J -Lrc3 -T3sr3 :S, ana a Tsr-r- -. Steam Pumps. 123 J. J. Atkins, Chiof of Police, Ivnox-v'll- e, ES-SEN- D ill- - oi-or-u Dr. King's New Discovery for ConiSllGTOIt, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK., OF CINCINNATI, ' OHIO, is guaranteed to cure WILL BE AT THE THE ONLY LIKE Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affection of the Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bot' tles free at Jos LeCompte's Drug FOIi IN FRANKFORT. KY.. , fl Store. Large size $1.00. 1886. ASATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 2D 7 itrirtiinlir UJIHUl.Hlliyi " DR. W. I. IELLEY, s 1886. 1886. Lewis SU, Near the Iiiver, Frankfort, K b in m m B0UTE EAST FOlt KENTUCKY'S in sumption i CAPITAL HOTEL! SATURDAY. -- A Weil-Know- n Physician. ct OCT. 23. SATURDAYl NOV. 20. SO LI rnoM TRAIN;' ' n to-da- ia or BLEEDINO During the year J870 I was attack- byAll cises of BLIND system withoutPILES cured usi.no the the Brlnkerhotr ed with articular rheumatism theef-fe- knue or lioatouk and without uny pain. of exposure to dampness and FISTULA night air. I exhausted all the remewithout the knife or ligature. Cured dies known to our profession, including iodide of potash in various comFISSURES ', binations, wine of colchicum, fluid extract of poke root, and various Cured without cutting or tearing. other preparations, including a patent potash preparation. I was also REGTAL -- ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH. treated for several years by a numthat produce consumption ber of our but obtain- Diseasedandconditions the chronic diseases, most of ed no permanent relief. For nearUTEltUS, ly a year I was. confined almost continuously to my bed, and could not Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bonel, also treated. attend to business of any kind Being a practicing physician. I was somewhat prejudiced against patent PRURITUS, Itching Piles, medicines; but coming in contact Can also bo cured If not too lato. as the itchliiK Is with traveling salesmen almost every only a symptom of tho disease that exists In the day, who with one accord recom- lower bowel. REFERENCES. mended the S. S. S. to me, I finally W. J. HCfiirES. concluded to try it. I commenced SON, Frankfort; J. Frankfort: RICHARD FERGUM. WITlUtOW, Fr.inkfort. improving while using the first bot Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to tle, and when 1 had liiushcd halt a uny one by uddresslng dozen bottles I was so much improved that I was able to' walk about and W. I. KELLEY, M. D., attend to my business once more. I consider Swift's Specific the best tonic 376 West Seventh St., Cincinnati, 0. and alterative made, and I do not hesitate to prescribe it in all cases re- US'" CONSULTATION FREE, quiring a reliable blood purifier. Dec. H. C. Edmonds, M. D. Elberton, Ga., Juno 10, 188G. I. F. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed freo. LODGE. NO. C, 3IEETS EVERY The Swift Specific Co., Drawer night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. 3, Atlanta, Ga. LEE A. OWEN, N. G. best-physician2C-l- Louisville, Cincinnati & Lcxiiistoii -- TO- WASHINGTON Connecting In tame depot with fast trains for CIi;, jl i. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO LYNCHHUKU, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POINTS IN m For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlcket-olllct, e. C.W.SMITH, H.AV. FULLER, Uenornl Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt., Richmond Vibqinia. BRUSH UP! Something every man, woman and child should do. and bear In mind that the "a South Side Drug Store Has the largest and cheapest line of hair, cloth, shoe, tooth, and nail brushes ever shown at one" time In the city. 0. 0. MON-da- y J- - R. Williams, Sec. April f. 17-t- 75 styles and prices hair brushes' " 50 cloth 50 " shoe Don't fall to examine the lino at "" u Tbo great popularity of this preparation, after its test of mauy years, should bo an assurance, oven to tho most skeptical, that it is really meritorious. Thoso who havo used Hall's ILwr Hexewkr know that it docs all that is claimed. It causes now growth of hair on bald heads provided tho hair follicles aro not dead, which is seldom tho cose; restores natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves tho bculp healthful and clear of dandruff; prevents tho hair fulling olf or changing color; keeps it soft, pliant, lustrous, and causes ft to grow long and o thick. Hall's IIaiii Renfavek produces its effects by tho. healthful influence of its vegetable ingredients, which invigorate anil rejuvenate. It is not u dye, and is a delightful article for toilet uso. Containing no alcohol, it does not evaporate quickly and dry up the natural oil, leaving tho hair harsh and brittle, as do othttr preparations. HALLS hair BENEWEB. Vegetable Drs. Gober, Hudson & Gober JD5EFK LeCDMFTE'S THE SOUTH SIDE DBUG STOEE, HOKEOPATHISTS! Oface : tpV7 July Mm. FRANKFORT, KY. PROPRIETOR OP THE SB 3..13" ST. FAMOUS SEN. HAMS COLOGNE AND , 3 L'COWPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Choice Coal Cheap. hm DEISTTIST, MAIN STREET, OFFICE, Teeth extracted without pain by tho use of Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar.liO-t- f OPP. RODMAN & A LL KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED .TXtor family use. I'romiH DeJivcry, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. m Toleplione connection No. 36. MARRIAGE GUIDE 2M PAGES. IliurtnacO, in Cloth ml Olll Binding, Mte. money or titinpt Same, paper 23c. ThU Book con- UIdi the curlout, doubtful or InqutitUre want to know. "a 'uWe Information. HEALTH, iSl'Stl" il'fr?"" UKaUTY aad HiPriSKHS are promoted by iti advlie-w- ho. may Marry, who not, why i Medical Aid. when nere tiary, brouiulhometoyou. (OVTeaderfal PK PHTCIta'.H.trua 10 lint. Young or old, married or ilnile, tick or well, ahould reaquBantaealedby DR. WHITTIER. St. Lou.a. Mo-tTlUB OCT AMD IWHUOUJ CEO. Dcc.8-f- . S. MACZLXXr, TA FRANKFORT, KY. 4fc all nr, WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w "M uVu m .ffia Buckingham's von TUB Dye Colors them brown or black, as desired, and is tho best dye, because it is harmless; produces a permanent natural color; and, being a slnglo preparation, is more convenient of application than any other. WHISKERS y mKPARBD BY AMSY PILL? Aro perfectly NMfe nnd. always Kllectufi. y id.wm .iuivnii-WomeUMHl lOHiny rvgiimriy UHnrnntd superior (i v or CuohrffMntliMl. Don't mh monov on HOCthlvau iioatninik. X M hy all DriiKc.UU, . Srat. thtm nasdlnl toHiiy wldrt. Sfiid ! ctiiU for irtluii tjw., ruiIUMU.. k'.' WlbCWJaV Mt'KtJiriV , SmmmmSmmmmmammBtmmuatr- - Real Eatata Ag:xnt, IN THE COURTS OF and the adjolulug counties, and vlll also glvo special attention to the purchase and sale of real estuto, collection of rents, claims. mihI tho negotiation of loans, OlUco opposite WILL Juno t PRACTICE K.P. HALL & 5 LjfiMm& . u i. V". if CO., Nashua, N. H. Bold by all Dealers in Mliclne. " ' - j fc K UtV&f. "m UWK J7tt lf! $k ' "nW .V Vr ' Ft) 1. RMiy ether, I fcS5l vuiuiruuunu. 25-l- .. s ," . 3" , - 'K , j w-.'Lcku.uviiii- 'i i varii'ty. Also one of the white spine turned home from their Visjtto' relafp TTTmV ''.' V""1Tm,mm " " variety that weighed 2J pounds. tives in Chattanooga, Tenh. 4titwt tt i)C just ''TinifMitltiift T ! , I Wli.lllili: J i The bride and groom, Mr. Jno. 'mui Our failure to report certain items ijv Tim? illlli IOl iiHMiil 4i'"irnij;m 111(1 nil Reed find wife nee Mis.s Maggie in this Oonimuiiily is owiilg to our othopiclu nl i:iiiM about lite luuil Allen, daughter of Mr. Wash Allen, ignorance oft heir existence.. , ,,niHi nico. lately of this county, but now of C. E. A M.K, M. D., Mr It. JI. Hawkins and family, of SliclJjv were the trucks of Mr. Rood house. Ills. 'Thomas Cannon and family last week. Lexington, liave'been visiting relar f to Uloomlield, Ky., tives in this section for some-da,,' i?.,.i., flllUHMI'MWIIf, . !ii M'.iivitwnui They have gone reside. irunimi.n Where they will j "jV ll"l i... r. 11... it':. Mr. Joscnh Terry killed ii crane. ,Afr'(liil. Iho orl of whiuli hftve The Franklin County Teachers' As- last' .Monday ,4 feet" U inches tall and 6 L'$ji)C'cn kindly handod us by Oapt. IT. I. sociation met with us last Saturday, feet 1 inch from tip to tip of wings.. i'iuld, it will be seen tlmt the tobacco and it was a great day for our village Messrs. R. 1). Armstrong, Price interest was quite an important one and one to be long icmembercd. bapAt 10 o'clock, a. m., liro. Cody 11. . ....l.f .... u.i..ull .k I. Ilillltll fl. Mil Towiesauu unite Annstrong attendWJII U11S Hl'l'MUIl IR'liny H nwuuit:u yviwn tized eight converts, who had Muude ed court at Georgetown last Monday. ugo Scott's warehouse was above 4a profession Of religion at Buckrun deRev. T. N. Arnold here on the river, and Hickman's ciiurcn during me ruvivai oi nisi votional exercises will conduct at Bridgeport warehouse was at the mouth of Hiek-'liiu- week and the week before. After Christian Church at il rites had been performed, at the cro'ssinij of the Danville r the sacred gathered at. our new school o'clock. the crowd .. 'and Lexington road. Mr. Jas. R. Sargent and daughters) house for the purpose of dedicating it. Mr. Hunter, the president of the and ilr. Albert Corbin, of Anderson, FKANKl'QItO WAREHOUSE. Association, arose and stated tlm ob- gave quite an interesting concert in "T S. No. ject of the meeting and made a few this town List Friday night". ' Wo 1Ik siihscriliurs h.ive the remarks in behalfof education, after Ji7.'wr 'Pnl From conduct exhibited at the ... which a song and prayer. Then the singing the Friday night we should ..wj "J""" .ti 21"IWV. AJU,J i. if 'Pliiu Swift Mnri-l- i 17SJi). last MA.IOK t UALK. 5th 'introduced Mr. Tlios. B. judge ooys to be about us men, alike President ,T...TT,,,T nTTTtIK Fordi as the first speaker. We need as one blackeyed pea is like another. 'MVtilM'lJ'JIVI ltlVl!ilV, ' Heotts Wareliouso FeO'y 13th 1701. not comment on his speech for every Who is to blame? Mh ... .r o " centennial on an instrument' in his Homember the Educational .'possession, whicli played at the coroy at Harp nation of Queen Elizabeth. The here will solicit President Scott Tobacco, in quantity and quality, tui us out a success to the farmers of for space on his programme Mass-meeting to-dacll-Ize- at hs Firnklin. ys I'l'nf. .Toting. Mn inuf livin mini will give a dramatic entertainment, to-nig- ht TO WE PUBLa -- w.-1- . - ? n, " Hweet seated Orluoko Stdia'il N ritem'd Xo. Leaf (t T N U TIN Leaf N w 75 7j U8G 1W 1074 1106 li:i 9JJ any subject, knows that he cannot be excelled as a speaker, especially (in the great subject of education. Ho goes to the very bottom of his subject and draws out. of it everything of interest and lays it before his eager The next speaker introduced, was Hon. our talented eountyman, Thos. W. Scott, who for precision and eloquence cannot be excelled. His subject was handled by him in grand style, and lie held the listener as 'by magic. audience. one who lias listened to Bro. Tom on ficiate. No services at Franklin Church Sunday as reported by the at 3 o'clock Roundabout, Will be the time, as oreviously announced. Rev. Dr. Hendrick will oflust to-da- m & Rec'd of Isaac Ware Two Hogsheads of Crop Tobacco, murks, mini; hers, weights mid species as per margin. To be Delivered to said Isaac Ware or ids order for Exportation when Demanded. Morton & Moss. Adjournment for dinner was next the twen- - in order which was abundantly supplied by the good people of our com, tyetli Day of May, 1790. munity; and right here we will say that whosoever went away from that Orinoko Sweet Scented table hungry it was their own fault. - We owe a vote of thanks to Mr. Ben. Loaf stem'd teat N partes No. O i N U 'T K ( T Sullivan for his kind assistance in which was SSC"U7 718 preparing the burgoo, IS ID 258 V8j pronounced par excellence. 'JW lit to the After dinner we l&v 'RECEIVED of John Doherty two. school house to listenreturned old war to the hogsheads of crop tobacco, marks, horse of education, Mr Jno. L. Scott, numbers, weight and species as per who in liis wonderful way can hold .v' inargin; to be delivered by us to the his and secure their attensaid Doherty or his order for expor- tion audience other' man tian In his as ho tation, when demanded, witness our eloquent style, he carried us back one Hogan & Moss. hands. hundred years ago, and then brought, The following shows the manner us along the line of time to the pres in which the money was raised to ent, showing us what grand improvedreefcthe first house of worship ever ments have been made in everything and, especially that oi education. built in this. city. Last, but. not least, was an essay Miss Maggie read Sixty DAYn.after the drawing of was abymasterpiece Downey, which for beauty and finthe First Class of the Lottery for ishing a House of Public Worship in style, and it bespeaks for that most the town of Frankfort shall have accomplished and beautiful young been completed, I Harry Inhes prom- lady a brilliant future. At the close Mr. Hunter gave the or order twenty-fou- r ise to pay unto in Dollars, negotiable and payable history of the gavel that was used inof Kentucky, without these meetings, which was very at the Bank defalcation, for value received, wit teresting. A' The delightful music rendered by ness my hanu this iu;n any oi JanuMiss,Lulie Coiiorn and Mrs. Ryland ary, 1813. " was " $24. Harry Innes. Bedford on, the organ,space delightful. We are sorry that forbids a On the back is the following in- .further description "of the speeches of ' . dorsement: those good men, and the essay of y.. , Ml. H. Inn is thai talented young lady and all the exercises. May the good Lord of Cr. 20.40 creation spare your lives and enable you toaccoinplish great things in the 3.G0 future for the cause of education both . .'. V J. J J. .1 rnti to the mental and 'spiritual. '4f-.w- s xiCKeib yet 10 uu uccouiueu jor. m tt,... :,. i. ,.....,.. i...t ,i:,i tjuaiiivm & iiviv in mi. wiiy iiivy uu-- i,unn. Bridgeport. Jt'in- the Post Office, here seventy years if Corn cutting. flffo: . Ho for the Centennial. r , lftl.1 TTnrru innest. Kun.. if To X'oat Office Copious showers sinco our last. Dr. October 14. To 2 Letters Rec'd $.83 cts. The farmers are sowing wheat and ' hS; 17. Tol do do... 25 rye. : .28. To 2 do do... 10 sent 8 do VNov'r 2..T6-Sorghum making is now in full ' 16 To 1 do Rec'd 8 blast f- 8 Tol do sent 17 Another slight frost last Monday l'Y. do Rec'd .26. Tol night. 8 &. do J28..To.l do 8 sent 25. Tol do LDec. The corn shupk indicates another ' '' hard winter. ft .1815. 28. To 2 do do 13 l' Mrs. Mary. Robinson has, been very do do .Tnn: ' l.Tol do Roc'd 50 ilUhis'weekV 16 L 16. Tol 81. To Newspaper" The sun left us, on the side of winPostage from 1st of It :' ter last Wednesday. Oct. to this date f1-picnic at Soutli A Sunday-scho4j.mo W Benson Church v. $3. .17 Coal will , be used as fuel in this Rec'd the above in full town and. vicinity this winter. DANIEL WIESIGER, P. Ml Mr. J. II. Bailey ha.s also returned by 11, It. Springer. signed, tiio from a week's visit to LouisViile. The R( R. Springer who Mrs. Lizzie Roberts, who was quite aboVe was the Jute Reuben R: Spongsick the first of the week, is better. er, of, Cincinnati, who died about Mr. J. D. Parrent and Otho Wheat itwo years ago worth some two mil yverQjn Shelbyyilje last Monday. lion of dollars: Sain Parrent has returned home from a two yvedks'' visit toXouisville. 4orks,of.TElWn9rii. The trouble now existing is to find . farmers have conmenced sowing names for the babies in, tliis vicinity. small grain. ' Xftca Aim In rVvllfnc nf T.fmrrnrw.n. Thunks to Miss Katie Cannon for burg, is tliogaetoMyraD,!- - Hickman's Kentucky River, Ware-Hous- e, A cavalry company (100 men) will be organized iii Bridgeport y at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose ot participating in the Centennial ceremonies to be held in Frankfort Oct. 0, 1886. Rally, boys, rally. A lady in this section moved 13 turkey eggs 2 miles over u rough road rn a spring wagou after they had been set on for two weeks and then tliey every one hatched. "Eggs will not hatch if they are shaken" proves to be a fallacy. When symptoms of malaria appear in any form, bike Ayer's Ague Cure at once, to prevent the development of the disease, and continue until health is restored. A cure is warranted in every instance. ' meeting" at Harp. A LAROE NUMBER OF.UOISTINCt BLOCKS. 14 If the State Superintendent of Pub-li- e new. inches, 12 Inches und 10 Inches, all as good ns ' Instruction was directed by law to Apply to pay the teachers monthly the needy teachers in our west end are desirous Sept4-4JOHN MEAGHER. t to know it. The nst of a mouse hns been reIT. moved seven times frdm the interior ;. , of the organ at tho Institute, in presence of crowds of spectators. She AT TORT HI T AT LAW. has remained on her nest undisturbed FRANKFOUT, KY. yvhile the instrument yvas in constant PRACTICE IN ' operation. WILL Fidiikllu, Carroll.T.HE CIRCUIT COURTS Gallatin, Boone,Owen Prof.' Tracy, of the Moorlaitd Insti- and Grant counties. In the Courtiof Appeals, and In tute, is solicited, by many, to play Bljy-t-tho Federal Court - girls. Tioga will never rank as a city un-t- ii the State grants her a license to sell fusil-o- il whicli is death to body und soul. Tioga and vicinity is as silent as the grave; save the occasional wins per "are yoii going to the monster . The Rounj. root Will make men- GROCERIES, tion of every Teacher, in next CANNED GOODS, issue, yvho will be present y at COUNTRY PRODUCE, Harp. imd In a term "horrid fright" was en- fctore. Ifact everything kept Jn the pwtile ofGroceryd The Invite the attention or viously applied to a three-stor-y hut lieoplectFriinklln county, and inoro p)irtii.ui.ui tno South Fninkrort, who will hint my location in a front peyv by at least iifteen.socie-t- y j.ulto a convenience, mid 1 hopo by closo to-da-llrst-clns- PtinCIUSKl) IRE STOCK OK Our had boy chopped his 'mother's HAVINO of Mr.'.l. E. Kjbnt. corner Seemid und falielby streetd, South Irankfoit, I propose to keen crutches, into stove 'wood and now the old lady, has to go it on all fours. a nice stock of at Harp. ii ' i Vs. ' tU' , '.'-Ji- t ;ST'-- s Frank-fortan- and fair dcuing to receive a portion of ttio bubllc putronnge. ( jooda iiellvered promptly In any part of tho city. Olve me it call and be convinced. vory utsi)octrully. to. business uttentloti aug28-9- JUlbf'L. JONFA fob t P. sr v:: .y vfig. Sputb Franltfort, Ky. 1 ' MAJOEf r. R. K. McCLURE ... v o Is Back from, the BASt ahd is now receiving daily his J , . ". : -- ,Vj' Sm FALL & WINTER STOCK c , -- -V :(him Louisville Tobacco Market. FUHNISIIED GLOVES Si DUBHETT, PRO? PBT.EXOBS LOUIHVILLE TOBACCO WABE- - ' HOUSE. BY k '.l"' :jMm M!' 0F"- - - -- Thoro has been no apecial chnngo in, the price ot dark tobacco tins week, but tho market closed a little steadier. Would, advise growere not to let the fear of frost make them cat their tobacco before it is ripe. The common nondescript nnripe tobacco will sell very low this season'. The. sales for the week amount to 2,580 hhds. with receipts of' 1,040 hhds. for the same period. Tho sales since January 1st amount to 101, 213 hhd4. The following quotations fairly represent our' market for dark tobacco. Trash $1.00 to S2.00; Common to Medium Lugs 2.00 to '3.00 8.00 to Oood Lugs 4.00 4.GQ Common to Medium Leaf 3.0 to G.OO 4.60 to Good to Fine Leaf COO to 7.00 Leaf of ettra length 7.00 to 12.00 Wrappcry leaf . . . ; BOOT SAND SHOES , H ATS, cabs, &g. Ss ' I. Mm i "St. 4 . .'."'wa . H- -i 'U,.A'J -- f;ULL, SUPPLY OF SCIHO0L BOOKS, V' " '1f ' l m .".T ..J 1 Educational. The Franklin County Teachers' Institute will meet in the Hull of the House' of Representatives on the 14th ' and 15th of October next. teachers holding certificates in All tho county must attend under penalty of forfeiture of the same, unless a reasonable excuse is sent, to the County Superintendent at the time of the meeting. T. Hunteh, C. &c. m f y ,A- ;, 1 , ; i J. T. BUCKLEY hPIBHkIBIH .'.CJ ' . 1 "" '". .y ill I ?1 ii '' & S. oF. G. ''' Ktjk Hi pbin Has just roclved his largo- 1 tjT -- jr.l T Z7T "' OP- 't'iH T'V I Stoves, Grates & Mantels. 9. , ?5. 9 .Tobacco all. cut. Corn cutting, in full blast. , Crops of all .kinds are better than, ' ever known before. " Kbgs.nVe cents a pound and Stock SOIJTEEEN' QMBN -- ' 'Wroughl'Steel'Ringe," Tho new Library Lamps,iidw'QBBFiitureB, thai famous " ol to-da- y. cari't'be'found rit that.' ( ' Mr. Pierce Bryant sent his cat to Lexington '.this yveek to bo'preseht at Mr. James A. Fiynn has, folded his ai)'d all, so id more explosions. Wiiat has become of that school!-houscan)6t thutwaB so much talk? ed of? Was itall talk. Mrs. Nannie and, Felie Moore have returned home ,,from Lexington. MIS I And to many other useful articles too ' ' ' mferoua'to mention,-nl- l at tho HI wm, I 1 T i. ir. O ',: e im th.. , nu- - tent and stolen uway, inill "flSffw.flMP.tIlffics8. Of all kluda'solioiteddn roof iBg, guttering, e tTOB WORE gaefltting.nudplumbiijg; n- '"!.' Give me a call, " '' police Zeko Yocum played thunder with Mrs. Win. Bedford spent three days The protracted meeting at tho Bap- me in giving nio ayvay J- as a crass HIV U1.1 r at Bloomneld, Ky., Inst week with tist Church in Graefons))urg ' Closed wiuowirn mil- - uiu uuunieior,AiLj.H..i re' aiio .i 11.1. Jill - J. inau I... Sr.l ll'l..l X 1J..JI my jjjii "Toner, now last Monday night. her sister, Mrs. Jno. Reed. jeiueu toills lias adit. nHd old batch ' hdti cot Mr. Jas, W. Harrod and wife and J Mr. Robert Exym and wife, and th'lrik I .Miss Gertrude Sharp, of, Frankfort, son visited relatives at Uagdad last '.the lhumpsand Idbn't since 'hehave had ah.v use. forZeke sat SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS, .ARE OFFERED IN THE .VAy 1 ' ."'fflBBi vimii-iixi. xiiyiuuo vuuuuu uuu 1111- puiuiuu.y uuu tsuijuujr. ' aVfeto.fcS'n&A.-At&'fZititl'An' HXTU-,'- , ixtiU . kUXJll t , ' astride tlm barb wire fence flll night i nf fin n'n'tiii-o- l. nf baa ; ,31V aaa ::.ily Satiirdrfy. mtt-- tr. rr i &.: o lok lui lil..il. a a u liui Mr. Hardin Magruder, of Shelby Mrs. Cass Soutli raised a .cucumber f county, has been vsiting relatives in ' ' v , jt P'-tf7 in her garden this season, tlwttveJgji. .thiasecUon this week.' ' .zy7-T?rHm.:- i ,."., u kz.;.. . " r S ?, . - v 'j i nariiimaii-ftaii'ywzu:::it k$.M-r&?sm-jf- f ?zmwi v tj jV j i'L. r iikii ft irnBT'Tf jrxr r.n. auu r'r,: v.'. '. r.i i ' jtT.iT'.iT v v.i r a a f t J Y- T ' j i i, J ijti r. u. i.nLf,w i'itti . n wy Mvtrt wo&tMimr. wBi&MKmmwD mnrm nriwTTTiMTTmiTMfMTYihi hufcTJ?icaai-inii!tmwsmiMSGSivtti9at if v.t wtsLtxrti) mp m.zciTM , :i n jm r" i3mrLi,mmmmmmrxaaaMm'mcmHimiiMmaarmmamaMimmj:itmmix!!mimMmtasMmaMmmmnKmimarhjymamnaim .sjibstiribfnp frtr tlib: Both ttiich iihroveaIn, health. Three dudes yvho sat intthe window opposite1 thestaij'd; yvitH'tlie assistance (ifpUl.Unc)'e Jack, came" Very hear breaking un.tho Breckinridge meet(ing last Court day; Where yvero the - T. rr. i 4 1" . JdXJ"OI!E2I!Ilj-tji"35r- - ' ' ,'Ti' 1 'M RduiiARpyT. .'" T.tG. MPPTJEBR a a m 3rop'jP, 'U.JJ.-.K', " iv-utK- im , n 1- - mi a. -w .& k& htm r wb ,i wnmrn . hiAmi wBimm&mm . V . i .ty,,z.ask 'lTlnlllMlllYlfc1wllwTllfr1lwwlrffl1rt1 m a ii we s A..!W MteNi rrv'"rv : m fy" . 1 - '."1111 . ....-rwr,ii1- f Tiiru jm n - it .. a u. m i rm iw . -- . , j- - j.- zrr niir-'r-i- iiwwir m '1N SjP Ifl. V t ' w w 13J ssr. a m$.mm i.,rtr ";? K1 4 3 fPajljjIujGty, i V; FOB SALE ? ggtis! flVwvm ' w V .V.- - R, i 7. We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of ' ''$B r. 4.iV A. Bootsr ShoesT Hatsr Capsr Books and Stationery For the coming season. We would call especial attention to our line of Gents' $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Shoes, in Button, Bals and Congress; also our Ladies' Kid and Pebble Goat lines at $1. 50, $2.00, $2.50 an $3.00. These goods for style money and durability cannot be surpassed, ani. you will save time andshapes by examining the stock before makingtoyour styles and is full and complete, and we invite you call purchases. Our line of Hats and Caps inall the latest These goods will bo sold at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronage. and examine them. Respectfully, . TO so. V ! MEAGHER BROTHERS. Tic Best Waterproof Coat. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, SEPTEMBER 25, 188G. For Rent Three rooms, either Fob Rent. A farm of 113 acres, one mile from Frankfort on the Benson turn- furnished or unfurnished. Apply to For terms, Miss Mary Cammack. pike; good improvements. apply to A. W. Cromwell, or Wm. CromFarmers having real good butcher well. hand-som- l ' r ( . I'V it !: fc y v V F'i.s, " rv fcZ ( n m K1Iriff. mnf. - The Thompson Ooera Company gave a Messrs. Weitzel & O'Donnell will remost successful port rmnnco of Varnie's o Cjmic Opera, "The Muskateera." To sry move to t'lfir new store, in Sower's next buildiag, on Main str et, that they pleased the Frankfort publio If 'oat ot sorts' with headache, stomach woeK disorder, torpid liver, palt In back or side, conwith their singing and acting would be stipation, etc , nejjlect mav he Intnl. Ono dose but scant praise. Their interpretation of tttronfc'a Sanative fllla will glvo relief. A few UoiCi restore to new health and visor. of the musical and humorous excellences W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchesof the piece was all that could be desirei . Cure for Piles. ter, Ind., writes: "One of my customAs "Nnrcisse," Mr. Ohas. Shaokford en ers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bnrtonia, RanPiles are frequently preceded by a reo- lyried off the h6nors of the evening, dolph Cv)., Ind., was a long sufferer sense of weight in the back, loins and ing a double call before tho curtain at the with Consumption, and was given lower part of the abdomen, causing end of tho second aot. MissTollulaEvaJ s, up to die by her physicians. She the patient to suppose lias sone enec-t-o- n of the kidneys or neighboring the prima donna, was in fine voice, and heard of Dr. King's New Discovery noted tho part of "Mario" with charming for Consumption, and began buying organs. At times, symptoms of inIn six digestion it of grace and truth. Her voice is a high so- walked,me. this city,months' time she easiness are present, flatulency, unto a distance of six of tne stomach, ect. A advantago in.lhe prano, and was shown to miles, and is now so mwh improved moisture, like perspiration, producsong f,My love is like a withered flower." she has quit using it She feels she ing a very disagreeable itching, after As the "Abbe," Mr. Wm. Wolff was excel- owes her life to it." Free Trial getting warm, is u common attendant. lent. Ho is a character actor of the high' Bottles at Jos. Let'ompte's Drug Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles 6 yield at once to tho application oi Store. e3i stamp, and showed his wonderful Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which in', the changes from humor to Wanted. A boy to learn the con- ucts directly upon the parts effected, pathos, in which tho (play abounds. As fectioner's trade. Apply to John A. rbsorbing the Tumors, allaying the "Goutran," Mr. Joe. Armand displayed a Kleber. intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Addramatic, ability seldom found in tenor', call dress, Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine and' a voice well suited to tho plainthe For cheap crockery of all kinds Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & songs vho sang. Tho Lady Superior (Mies at Day & Haff 's. Chiles. tffiJfM3wMd4mdMMHJMaiid!lAzMn Genoviove Reynolds), and "Simono" (Miss & Co. Notice J. W. Johnson Battie Starr), wore patterns of good actemployed me to collect their ing and stage appearance. Miss Starr's have accounts. Those indebted to firm " received a hearty encore. said firm will save cost of suit by com- When Bby wu sick, we gve ber CaatorU, song When she ttm a Child, she cried for C'Mtorio, is well trained and good look- ing forward and settling at once. lfll!llMl4!lllliltf Tho chorus L. F. Johnson. When alio became Miss, she clans to CsstorU, tho general stage effect very ing, and Office COMPLETE LINE OF pleasing; duo, in no small measure, to the Court-hous- e on St. Clair street, opposite Whan she had Children, ah gave them Caetocia, Sept. t. of Mr. Harry Standish, the supervision Goods, Stage Manager. In fine, the The brick house oppoFor Thompson Opera deserves a generous site the depot, belonging to V. Kal- In Stock, and all Kinds of patronage as much for their oxcellont tenbrun. tf. Bucklen's Arnica Salve flinging, as for their spirited acting. The Best Salve in the world for Fresh Oysters, selects only 40 cents Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt "Macairof will bo produoed this evoning per can at Day & Haff. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped with full caste. i Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and nil TORN C. DENNIS, CHARLES C. NEWTON. WM. For Sale Horse, buggy and har- SkinEruptions, and positively cures o Tracy, .lumes Tracy una Albm G. Orlshain ness, Stein way Piano, Folding Couch, Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- Ii.ito asboclated themselves together ns n corporation under the name and style oi the Pea Hldge stuff on hand, whichrthey wish to sell, will receive tne highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main f!4-t- f. street. koIs SLICKER Sfl BM fr. .NEW you dry In TheFlSHSBAKDBLICKEBlinrnnUd'Wittrareor, Baa id Dimei Binnn. ine niwrujUKU nutjuuu pence, muni cusi, na coTtr tba entlra iiddl. DwroflmIUtloni. Hon Ktnnln without th "FUh A. 3. Towr. Bo.ton, Ilua. Brend" tndft-rauk- . ninitrtd cUlo(na nlttp M .91 FLAK1K0 MILL. miraculous Escapes. J. M. WAKEFIELD Planing Mill, ; i, -- Having recently added to his Establishment First-Cla- ss - Is now prepared to furnieb all kinds of Sa.sh, Boors, Slinds, Frames, Molding ALSO . f. vo:-sati- ly Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning Gotten out In the best style. Mayl5-tf- . ..:) ., PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I Mrs. Addle Garrett, administratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire' Interest In the rPHE NOTIGE! 1 have bought from Furniture and Undertaking And have sold "Pit-a-pat- BUSINESS. one-ha- lf Interest In my business to 18-2- rent. Gents' Furnishing W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the firm will be Shirts Made to Order. STATEN L. F. COMPTOK. & DEHONEY W. C. MACKLIN. NOTICE. And the business will be continued at the old stand or Whltesldes & Stuten, No. SU8 fct. Clair street. May8-t- f JAS. T. STATEN. A Model School Room etc. These will sell at my price or Mrs. Humphrey Evans offers her yours. T. H. Hudson. residence, 224 Lewis street,'" priSept. . -- . vate sale. The house contains nine To make room for a large and eleconveniently located. rooms, and is For further Information call at tho gant stock of new goods, we will sell French and stone China at reduced Sept. 25 4t. residence. Day & Haff. prices. 18-2- t, .Residence for Sale. COMPTON & iMACliJLIN, anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money retundeu. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. a Klodel School. and For Rent. street 40-t- f. - - brick-hous- e y A on Ann of six rooms, located two-stor- John L. Scott has a model 8ch6oI at his home, Edgewood, near this city.'conducted by Miss Haider; man, of Purls." The school room is handsomely decorated with protrults, pictures and Chinese characters, thus giving relief to the tirpd eyes from hard study and at a trifling expense. Why cannot our county teachers encourage the children thus to decorate their school rooms? Although this is Miss Halderman's .first school she gives promise of niak-in- g a successful teacher. JoK Scott s ts u good example, to the citizens of Kentucky- by educating his children at homo Instead of seeding them abroad. Col. Apply at Crutcher & Starks. - Chlna-fo- r for new goods. Great reduction in French and stone next 80 days to make room Day & Haff. dwelling on Third street, South Frankfort, recently occupied by Henry Duvall. For Rent v ind Russell Mill Turnpike Kojd Company, uud PROPRIETOB3 their principal pluce ot business Is Fiankfort, Ky. They propose to build a turnpike road from a point on the Benf on turnpike road, at or near the line between ti e lnnds of Jo Robinson and 2. T. ; caivwaao tu ..a tu The store to the right Collins, and running theme and Uenson turnpike, connect with tho Bridgeport of the main entrance of Odd Fellows' at or near the Dougherty farm. ItAVE TIIE FCLL seven The amount of Temple, with small room up stairs dollars, consistingCapital Stock Isprivate thousand subscripoi county and Possession given September 1st. Ap- tions, and to be paid in ut uucu Units and upon such turns as the corporation may from time ply to E. A. to tlmo need and require. Tho corporation comAKI) MANUFACTOUE 55-t- f. menced on the fitti day of September, 1886, and Is to contlnuefor fifty years. 1 he uttulrs of tho corporation are to be conduct- Six of the best grades of the best Hour Banger ! cV ni'gluctcd cold or cougn may board of directors to be elected annually lead to rneuinonlii.t'oiiMimntlon or ot ner i.vtai ed by astockholders, to hold otllce, however, until by tho rilea.ip. Stxoufr'e Pectoral PIIH 'Memo made in the world, a new board fs elected. rn'il n by itniL'ir;. Iiet ihlnitfor dyspeinlii.lii corporation Itself Olflce and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Cap.j.u03Uou,aIcklieu(l;'e!ioti.stl)OU3&udsJi'jtlfy. .to TheIndebtedness shall at no time subject stock, an of more than Its capital Jnn.2 188trlv. and private property Is to be cxempttd from itol Square corporate debt. JOHN C, DENNIS, Chairman. SeptlWt For Rent Elbhorn Roller Mill?, Fellmer. Roller System, . r iU A 8VSEN A. DUVALIi, SR. mmm h If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to .Mack Sulycr's store, No 223 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvull's residence. fWf. Children FOR PITCHER'S A Lost orFalllxie Manhood, Nerrousaow QUICIJrfrtMAHENT. CERTAIN CUBE FOR sW QXiX ip! R. ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - txvr bj ludiicroUons. oxcomm, uo uenntin a d&7f GuruiaA)l7 within norQuspkarr. PojUIto Proofi, fall dMcrtptlon and tMraf ad Hoo la plain coaled 8nTlope,rM, ERIE MEDICAL CO., P.O. drawer 17UTlliiralo.H.T. Gaoftod ty or iJcvolopmn FUF TIE, C. ft COFFINS, Mr. Sol. Harris, who Is the exclusive agent for this vicinity, announces that he has on hand the largest assortment of Butterick's Patterns, for any age, and of the newest styles of garments. He will send patterns to any section DWRL1fI.NO HOUSK FOB RENT. of country pustage paid on receipt of ThQ hoao now occupied by 'AlnJ. J. A. Grant on Broadway. Apply to price. Address him, No. 214, St Clair R. M. AfcDRlboE. tf. street, Frankfort, Ky., for circulars q 1 street. Sept4-J- t. WO STORE ROOMS FRONTING ON ST. CLAIR mwiowMiiHs A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET. 8-- Apply to JOHN HALY. ALL Farmers and Mechanics. f '&"; v free. Ro-ltev- ' tf "t k i itvv-- f. " o Save money and doctors' bills. your "mothers, wives and sisters by a timely purchase ot ur, jtsositiityo'fl yru , nesc Known tk)ugh una for.Cougl,. Colds. Croup and ..remed,v Bronchial effections. Relieves Chfl- ' uruu in eroun iu uc kiuui, u vnn hundreds of dollars. Price 0,0 era. and 1.0o. Samples free. Sold t-un- Itledlteraucaii Hybrid Castoria or PERSONS INDEBTED of UOTICB. mm FRANKFORT, KY All the latest stile furniture constantly In stock. May 1 v. TO THE LATE WHITESIDES & STATEN are hereby notlned to come forward and settle up ut once, as tho lufalrs of the firm are to be closed up. Septi-lJ.T. STATEN. T. O. General Insurance Agent, Ofttoe i i Seed wheat, $l.C0 per bushel. We have only u limited supply; those de Centaur Xiniment is the most siring to purchase will pleaso notify Wouderftal, Pain-Curthe us at once so we can save it fdr them. world has ever known Other choice varieties of seed wheat for sale. m favHuckesA Chiles. v '2 MILES fc"SON. 1 tnlnlng four rooms, and nil reasonable conveniences. This property Is now occupied by Mrs. Ka'o Muhouey. auu possession cannot be given until the WRITTEN ON FARM 15th ot next Arr.l. TERM POLICIES rates. Agent AnchorXtne ot at lowest i'or terms ot sale apply to Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point L.B, or BEN. MARSHALL. In Great rtttalu or Ireland. i mi on Main St., Opposite Fanners' Bank. REPRESENTING 15 Leading American and Foreign Companies, WITH OYBH 100)000,000.00 ASSETS. ? ttv-f- c Mw,.ya, MS9 irf j ,aH "tlS " Vv Vat.,,fx- - I - WHi4 ,!iVWii - . awe 83 ?iraEa3S..; M.-- v. ' n&l 1?V NLA. SSS. .' E W.;: SVy i. &lfcA vy,' 1876 S.-- SO 1886. fc- - A i " t a f ' DURING THE TEN YEARS ABOVE MENTIONED I HAVE ALWAYS TRIED TO U , Jv' KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES! And give my customers the benefit of everything new in the market and to fill the wants of my patrons with the . '! it jj . . . - .',. . V. , ' .Vl H ' BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES!! I have just added to my stock a ' ' i't: If '.wi Vi -- F - ... .iV4'; '$; fcr ' v ' ) zmk m ! fza LARGE ASSORTMENT of FRENCH AND GERMAN m SV NA '- - m v. i ft I From the celebrated factories at Limoges and Carlsbad; also a large variety of a a '& I'MilC.'.? ,..,'wrT?aMii iPf' i&3'.;l 8 vS.. 'Vft Fancy Goods from all Parts of the World! , ' "Am1; -- VffiBW 1 :j? otmv Mi X v , ?w . The largest ever brought to Frankfort, aind at prices that defy competition. Bavinar selected the stock in person from the factories' agents in New York, 1 assure my old customers, and as many new ones as wish to come, that the prices and goods cannot be duplicated in any city. I will make this branch of my business second, to none in the State, andwill constantly add new lines, so that my patrons can depend on getting the latest patterns to be had and always at the lowest prices. Since adding this line .. ..... I have been asked if I was going to give up jny . . 1 i - i t'a .' 21 "i !U: f" is STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS! I answer my patrons, I have bought the largest stock in this line since I have been . 1 '"ft ':r ' mf: m ! .1 ...Jxli.xl in ousiness, ana mat ine prices wm oe lower inan ine lowest. A visit to my store Ji' r.& mean what I say ;isw will convince everyone that I Give me a call. U ki' ' Respectfully, i'aai.'". . 211 1- -1 ,1 . a .. W.R vfv ( ' , , . '! ," I rig . i 'vVJ . -- S A " ''r-tfSL- ' - y,ilvliWff1;-- ' '-- f r '". ."Jf . '"- - f r f . ' ohk arq, an s.A.iaiTi' clais street; ! a- BWKXfSX' f ' f . ' l:lli IIf " . : , :) ' ?V, i r-- MS 'IS if "I.'" ...''iK! . . I 1fcy " II