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' ;;' i 1 .' . i: HA. , "" r a i ti f'V- - DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. rlWP"wkrf i &sr Vbluine X. mnuMUJi.tfj.AiA!ajr-iafciiwr.MijiauM 'FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 2, 1SSG. Number 3. JJJJ.I.lLgLJLVgAyUJlXtlilUJ.qUTtWM BT . VI T"l H - W TIT -- W I OF aiinjjjjjtLuujinikiiui.uinniAiuimim.A'jj.aii' VV MJiUajJMJUiill.ULiJUJillilM1 u mw.jmjLHj',iuJi'jjjm.T'tm'HACuai.ij-i,v,L- n ; . '. v NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A ' t ; LARGE 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. .'?., ' ' i . F ivt Yw V ry A t7-zt,3: &fjj$1 $5& S n hi P a T? r 1W M 1L jtid T 3sroTrE3zJiiiEis- . r H.i is in oo:l:jp:ilj:h!!x,:e3 tliaa sot-Xji- s ntsa K NU n J4 - 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 to make our business relations with you pleasant. JSS ? JmWT- - n.tf ' V HUDSON, HUMPHRIES k CA8SELL. ummwki!j.'j &ji'iwz2mvmMMrsiiwiux2wiza&XT32sat2Bf!mn 3gtruiuiMj.BLtagjij5rB5CTaMaaa3eBi3irua!JL i IMU.UJIEKII BTraSBHBJ .'',c.i .?v' '. :- ''ft jftA iM; - ,. 1f-- 1. .1 " m ; k THERE B VsTILL XT BE S&SlJ A: ( V 4 ' - ' ..'Wl pt ffl ik Ea J A BY- - & t$22&& t v 9 "t4 CAUSED r,, ,fv i ) tfil 'm& m ro 0 tU r B from 3ETJSSW ITOBsliS and no space to hold thorn. Therefore I announce to the public at large that I spent a month in securing Bargains, ' nover seen before. 100 Misses' and Children's Dresses in FLANNEL and CASHMERES for $2.50, wovth from $0.00 to $?.00. fj v such as was Af JT h fO OJLOAKjI OJUlAJfVO f 1 Ladies' Misses' and Children's, in Astracan, Berlin, Bouclo, Plush, Beaver 'and in all Imported Novelties at such LOW PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. DlETiJSS GOODS I fllfE5 PI SlflCQ LuBPj! ULUaLU 5 n n no latest Designs, the largest assortment ever displayed in this city. utton an(i Mosqaitairo m btitched Back undressed and m tho finest imported Kids, also .Riding and 1onfc I ur' ' a11 ULUULU! Driving Gloves. Headquarters for Neck Wear. On Lace Curtains and Screens I can outsell airybody. As to mv stock of Millinery, purchased this Fall, all I can say it will surpass any season hero before. I I PI JlllP Piece Goods, Cassimers, Beavers Astracans, Jeans, &c, Best Line Ever Seen in tis City. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, etc., tho best selection at such low prices nover known before. While in tho East I se200 of Ladies Imported Wraps, Misses' and Children's Wraps from 6 to 12 years old which was held in Custom House for from an cured a stock Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats, which is entirely price it would cost to import them. My ready-mad- e and which I wi.l sell for separate from my Dry Goods Department, is immense. You will find a select assortment of Mon's Youth's Boy's and Children's HKW DEFAKiTMSslTT. assignee's sale, le non-payme- nt one-ha- lf SI7ITS, SCHOOL TS S-CTI- - SPECIALTY. SN. B, I am the exclusive agent for Butterick's Patterns. Vl SOL. HARRIS, 9 St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. i L .MS , I? MM mmmmk ..-- , ,1. .... iujh We Are Ooen! And all We Ask is a Call Before You We have a full stock of DRY V' Sir !j"iTHpppppB 1', MS, PODS, cts. 65 cts. 60 cts. p5 25 cts. US, CjffiTS, OIL CLOTHS, And all kinds Fancy "We 20 pieces have determined to sell Goods as Cheap as any House in the City. Below wc call attention to some of the good bargains we will offer : h Cashmere at 15 cts.f 40 inch Tricot, all colors, all wool at 50 cts., 40 inch large, all colors, all wool, at 45 cts., cts., 500 pair regular made Hose at 16 double-widt- worth worth worth worth Three cases of good prints at . . . 5 cents Three cases best Indigo prints at 6j cents 1 wo cases Lonsdale Cotton at . . .8 cents One case of good Brown Cotton at 5 cents Two cases good Canton Flannel at 5 ccnts per yard. per yard. per yard. per yard. per yard. 500 pair regular made Hose at 25 cts,, worth 35 cts. 20Q dozcn Lincn Towds from - ccnts t0 QUC dol,ar IO dozen Pcarl Corsets at $1.00, worth $1.50 dozen Electric Corsets at . . .50 ccnts, worth 75 cents. 5 Ladies' and Gents' Underwear in all varieties. prepared to see you in our new, large, and well-lighte- d OloalSISJ! OlO&lsrsI Ladies Misses', and Children's, from $1.75 up. store, at the corner of Main and St. Clair streets. We are not in our old stand, but are WEITZEL - & O'DOISTZSTELIL,. M ip. RANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. atered at the as second-claspost-offic- e s nt Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ed-ito- e .sid. apnablislier. OCTOBER 2, 188C. FRANKFORT, Frankfort Centennial V Notes. i ' if S Frankfort's history. Of house of August Bernheim from The flwt of 100 guns will be flrocl & Bauer, from Aisennl Hill at 5 o'clock in the morning to announce the dawn of the Centennial day. An old fashioned Kentucky Bar becue will be spread on tables reachoffered by us, values will These goods ing all around the State House Square barbe, inside the iron fences. This be cue is under the exclusive management of our honorable Mayor, E. H. Taylor, jr., and he h a good provider and never does anything grudgingly. He has guaranteed n good barbecue in old Kentucky stylo, and that settles it the barbecue will be there. Still we advise our Hotel-keepeand all our citizens to be ready with full supplies of good provisions, and days for cash only. Now is time to for all ready to feed people by the hundreds or even by the thousands. Remember that all who will be here have been invited and will be our gueots But we need not extend our remarks MARRIED. on this point, for Frankfort knows At the Christian Church, on Wednesday, Sept. how to entertain her guests and will 20, am, bj Hev. (ieon;e DurMe. Mil. Waltlh 11. KiitK and Miss LksaW. Wkiuht, allot 1 nmklort maintain her ancient good name on this memorable occasion. The exposition of art and relies in IV. - - ILjI -i. the Hall of Representatives will be -- CHEAP RATES TO open all day for the inspection of visiL. C. CHURCH. M. P. GRAY. tors. It is under the supervision of HOUND TItIP BY THE ELEGANT the most elegant ladies of Frankfort, a and that means that, although it is OF OF Steamer BLUE WING A ALL CREDITORS herebyTHE ESTATEprme notified to Chns. O'llar.i are local affair, it will be one of the strikFrankfort to Louisville and return their claims before me before the first day of the ing featuresof the Centennial. Our citnext October term of the Franklin Circuit Court. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT, $3.00, Beg to announce to the public they will open out izens should all go and see this expoSept. Master Commissioner, F. C. C. T EAVES ritAXKFORT ON SATURDAY AT 7 sition before Centennial day, so that JL, o'clock p. m. Arrives at Louisville Sunday a large stock of ' Louisville Tuesda) at a i. m., renlKht. they will not crowd out our guests turning. Leaes rate will continue during the ExTins UEO. W. ANDERSON, Jit.. position. who will want to feee it then. ON WHICH I RESIDE fire works on Fort Hill, or Meals and lodging furnished whilst InMatter. "THE PROPERTY comprising four acres. AbIN port exThe X South Frankfort, a iott-2they may be placed, under tra. whole or In lots to suit purchasers. wherever 9 J. STODDARD JOHNSTON, Frankfort, Ky. 4t. the supervision of Arch Overton, will or Stolen. be very attractive. The decoration of the entire city & LOT FOR SALE. ! will be most tasteful and complete. "N SATURDAY NIfiHT. oSEPT. 25. FROM HOUSE Simpson's shop, In Uellei ut, one small dark mare, with ears knot The committee, as well asour citizens, on right (ore leg,tin ue below oiU, knee, smallone on T OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE MY HOUSE and Just the 1 and lot situated on Broadway street, between deserve, great credit in the great ener- right lilnil lex, just below the hock, about the size Ann and High. The house contains eight large of a marble. A suitauie reward will be given lot rooms, with kitchen and servants rooms. The lot gy and taste displayed. When the her return to me, or such Information as will en- Is about fifty feet front and runs back about one L. F. 1)1 MCI, K, hundred feet, (fas, water, Ac, and all In good rewhole city is illuminated at night able mo to get her. llurvleland, Ky. uct. JOHN T.GRAY, pair. Apply to decororations will look both their Fanndale, Ky., ' or JUDGE W. H. SNEED, At Dehoney's Old Stand, on Main Street, beautiful and grand. FOR SALE OR RENL Sept. Frankfort, Ky. procession! This feature Then the OF of the Centennial will be simply gor- A SMALL I'AKM one 70 ACRES. LYIN(J ONT11K SMALL FARM FOR SALE. mile and a uu irter from Ottenton pike, Apply to geous. It will contain floats and tiiH city, suitable lor a dairy lurui. T. tiAINES. W. Oct. T OFFER FOR BALE MY FARM SITUATED ON wagons by the hundreds, and soldier!, 1 the Frankfort and Georgetown turnpike, mile east of the Forks of Elkhorn. The place citizens, societies and visitors by the has a new dwelling house, and all necessary out! representing all the inbuildings, and contains about 40 acres of good thousands BALED PROPOSALS WILL UK RECEIVED AT business of the Cupital C County Court Clerk's olllce until the 5th day oi blue grass laud, about at once, of which Is botdustries and O In Frankfort. tom. Possession given October, I83O, to repair Com brpt. 17, LLOYD FJEATHERSTON. City on wheels. The printing press-a- s Specllicitions can be seen at County Clerk'B olllce. right to reject scatter their adress-e- s Commissioners reserve theW. F. CLARK, any and will print and all bids. THE J. A. LYONS. of welcome in the procession, and tf.Jl. TINSLY. costume Oct, 1, '80. Com'rs the Mikado Company in full Blue Grass Nurseries. Main Street, Ovtr Crutcher & Starks' White Hall Clothing House, proceswill be seen on floats as the sion moves through the streets. Such FOR KAIvIv OR 1886. a splendid pageant was never before HAVINO BEEN APPOINTED FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL the lato Strother Tierce, all persons A Trees, Grapevines, Small Fruits, Aspmagus SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY Kii'wlng themselves Indebted to him uili please Plants, and eerytlilng usually found In such an seen in Frankfort. and settlo establishment. Our prices are Centennial orations, odes and come forward against the at onto, and nil those dlrct to the planters, having as low as we sell of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the peplc of The huvlng claims estate of said decedent no, agents. All untitled to properly nioen, claiming to be such aro frauds. Catalogues on ap- - Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accbmnYodated cm,in fmni rliohinri will be such as uro settlement. present the sumo, i'lKKCF. .IK.. JOHN b. plt:atIou to ' for lt. f. uibijr.riMMttii, Adiiilu rut at home. Oct. Frankfort and all Kentucky may be Lexlpgtlon, Ky. Qct. 25-- tf. The Centennial is fairly on, and the (ith of October promises to be the grandest clay in nil the 100 years of rs justly proud of in the years to come. All visitors are entitled to be registered in the Centennial Register, but it will be impossible to register the entire multitude that day. So we suggest that they make out their lists giving their names, ages, residence and business, and leave their lists at the Hotels, or with some friend in Frankfort, so that the secretaries may register them all hereafter and make the registry complete. All newspapers publishing accounts of the Centennial in detail, after it is over, will confer a favor by sending two or three copies of the number containing such accounts to the Secretary of the Association to be filed and preserved as part of the records of the Centennial for use in future years. The Association is having reports made to it by all the banks, public officers, churches, schools, and corporations, containing their main statistics, to be preserved in the same way. Some 30 or 40 such reports have already been filed, and nearly as many more are expected by noon next Tuesday. These reports will make such a historic record as exists no where else in the South, Mrs. J. C. Morton's Centennial poem, "A Rhyme of the Women of Frankfort," will be out,1 next week and on sale at Guy Barrett's News Depot! Every citizen of Frankfort should have a copy. 820,000 820,000 CLOTHI1TGthe Underwriters, STOOK BOUGHT AT THE Great Auction Sale! the celebrated at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! represent the best ever marked at the and LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION thirty the In departments buy CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. Crutcher b$ Starks. WHIT H NOTICE f HERE WE GRAY & CHURCH, 25-t- FOR SALE. I t. Strayed y Iron-gre- J HARDWARE j J VES, CAPITAL ART GALLERY H. Q. MATTERN, !Prop'r5 FRAMFORT, KENTUCKY. t. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 18-l- a-- tf PBOPOSAIjS. ABOUT OCT, 1ST. one-ha- ir one-ha- lf ltWO-li- , L' -' iHii' '"BjBMPMBsMHHHHB ' i ' ' .USlt.- t - 3 k I p tea . k p. whom I had been treating for nenrai- Plenty of rain. "ia, and after taking u lew doses .she entirely relieved. Have also Frost again last Wednesday night. one case of neuralgia, and f aeuie inilii minatory rheu- - Corn cutting all the go this week. with the very bent results. Oath. Wheat lias the boss corn in hu, M.D., Vandereook, Ills. these parts. Rev. T. N. Arnold will preach at 'UMw jwlnur are the chances In Bridgeport Christian Church the assignment of Internal Revenue at 11 o'clock. Storekeepers in this division of the Willett and Leon say a double .Seventh District, "which look effect wedding will occur not a thousand October 1st, viz: soon. miles from school-housAnderson Berry to John Cochran Hegulnr services at Evergreen tok& Co. No. 37. at 11 day at 2 1 in., and Hcru-- Duvull to "VV. A. Ouines & o'clock a. m., Oct. 2 aud tf, 1880. e, Prescribed Tongulinuor a .putlimt Bridgeport. Co., No. 4. M. E. Jett to W. A, Guines, & Co., JSo. 10G. Hurrah for Bridgeport! The people of that noble precinct, under the lead of Squire J. V. Jenkins and his good wife, are prepairingto aid the CcnteA-nia- l by bringing a wugoft Idftd of eooked provisions on Centenalal day, and spreading n table on the grass in some vacant lot and inviting their friends. This is the way to help Prankfort entertain the multitude. Every precinct in the county should .go to work at once and do as Uridge-- ' nort is doing. Frankfort will long be ikful for such evidences offriend-Th- e people have been invited whole county's honor is at anu te stake. Imitate the noble example of little Bridgeport. son. Mr. R. B, Jenkins left for Louisville lust Tuesday with a view of lo cating invthat city, success, uoo. Mrs, Nannie Scofleld and Mrs. Lizzie Vannatta, of Shelby county, visited relatives in this neighborhood last week. Three more weddings on tapis for this fall. One lady says "she thinks" but we wont say what, as wo desire no fuss in the family. Born. September 23d, 1886, to Mr. John Shouse and wife, a son. Same date to Mr. Robert Hawkins and wife, a daughter. September 27th, to Air. R. S. Kinkead and wife, a ol picnic at South The Sunday-schoBenson last Saturday was excellent. Prof. J. B. Lea and Sup't J. It. Hawkins each delivered an address suitable to the occasion. May we all be permitted to enjoy many such days. Mr. James Wade and Miss Lillie Russell, of this town, were married in Louisville last Tuesday, Sept. 28th, a case of eruption from poi- 1880. They were accompanied by I know Mr. and Mrs. B. Russell, son oak which continued to appear of the bride, J.and Mr. Jas. parents Harrod every spring for several years, which and B. K. Wade aud Miss Alma Scowas cured by the use of two bottles of fleld. Swift's Specific. Physician's Endorsement. Ntwberry, S. C., June 28, J AMKS A. COFIELD, M. D. 1886. Pea Ridge. ' rc Rain In abundance thankfully re ceived. I was afflicted with a terrible case of From indications more wheat will blood poison for about thirteen bo sown in our vicinity tills fall than months. I was treated by the best for several years. physicians, and used various kinds of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins, of remedies, but received no substantial relief. I finally tried the Swift jjuxingiuu. aru visiuug uiu jumiiy oi Specific, and about four bottles cured Austin ltobinson. me sound and well. D. B. Adams. A little "hickory tea" judiciously Union, S. C, June, 24, 1880. administered to some of the young boys on the Ridge would, no doubt, Ulcerated Foot. save many a heartache in the future. Boys, you should not pull up the For nearly five years I suffered stakes on the new pike survey; your running cansrrenous sore on parents do not sanction it: you are with a my foot. I spent all my wages for known, and it might cost them much medicine, Hoping to ne cureu. i npvfir found anv nermanent relief un trouble and expense. til Messrs. I. H. & J. T. Pittard, of It is with the deepest sorrow that Winterville, Ga., procured lor me six I announce the death of Wm. Tracy's bottles of S. S. S. which, if it has not purp, "Trip." Trip has for the last entirely cured me, has certainly sixteen years been William's constant healed the sore. All swelling and companion. Consequently he has soreness have gone. Before I took encountered some pretty tough Swift's Specific at times I could not places. But while arguing a new walk at all. Only in bad weather do route for the pike with a few of Major dogs, death I now feel the slightest ache in my Robt. Williams' Sunday, 3 p.overtook Burial m., in foot, and go and come at will. I am him. truly thankful for what it has done Bill's sorghum patch. for me. A number of witnesses are & RusThe route for the ready to corroborate my statement. sell's Mill Turnpike Pea Ridgesurveyhas been (Colored). Caroline Johnson ed through as far as Mrs. Russell's Oglethrope Co., Ga., July 10, 188G. old mill. The stockholders elect their on Blood and Skin Diseas- board of directors Saturday, Oct. 2d. Treatise es mailed free. We hope they will lose no time in The Swift Specific Co. , Drawer pushing it through. It is a godsend 3, Alanta, Ga. to this neighborhood, and should be Sir: In tho approaching Centenm built at once. nial celebration of the Industrial, A Word to the Teachers of Granduci. Agricultural and Machanical Arts a complete exposition of the industry, Franklin County. progress and prosperity of Frankfort Tioga. Do you intend to stand idly by and will bo shown and yet no mention see two or three do all the labor and lias been made of one of the princiCol. Ford's late educational ad- pal causes of Frankfort's prosperity bear all the expense, for your boneflt and you do nothing but reap the dress at Harp is said to bo marked and the prime cause of tho capltol fruits of their labor, is it just? is it with superior ability. being located.here. It deserves a promhonorable? The Teachers AssociaMr. Owen Quire, our handsome inent place in tho parade and no citition is yours, the cause is yours and widower, Is modestly soliciting in fa- zen of Frankfort would deny it front you could certainly make some little vor of tho RoundauouT. rank for usefulness sacrifice for the cause you pretend to THE KENTUCKY RIVER. During the past two weeks tho Inlove. If your pretensions are true and stitute has been used as a theatre. It has always been a source of pleashonest show it by your actions, if not ure, profit and usefulness to our peothen you should step down and glvo New troupes and now plays occupy ple It has supplied us with fresh your places to those who will have the stage almost nightly. provisions when bacon wn scarco and take more Interest in the cause Judge E. Lee, of Bald Knob, our and butcher meat high. We draw than tho mere Draw. Attend these late elected magistrate, compares fa- drinking water from it and pour our meetings and if you can say nothing vorably with Sir Matthew Hale as sewerage into it. It has furnislied a encourage those who do by your pres- an administrator of legal justice. short route to tho "Sweet bye and ence and words of cheer. Capt. Thomas Hunter, superinten- bye" for several who wero tired of Frankfort. dent of schools, is pronounced to living in been a bulwark of protection It has Louisville Tobacco market. surpass all his predecessors in the for tho laborer against the despotic zeal ho begins to manifest In abating grinding aggressions of capital, one I1Y OLOVKU & DUBUKXT, l'llO- VUBNIBIIKO Illiteracy. Fnstauco will suffice. A contractor 1'UIKTOUS LOUIHVIIiLE TO1IA00O WAUK- The party who insulted tho public erecting a building attempted to en- UOUBE, worship, on Sunday, September 11). by a gentleman of leisure to carry Tho sales on our market for tho wook indecorous actions, and who threatenrick to tho masons, who quickly rejust closed amount to 2,315 hhds. Bales ed to murder the oillccr in charge for plied: "Do you sposo Iso gwino to sinoo January 1st amount to 103,528 hhds. reproving their conduct, should bo tote tho durn hod for a dollar a day Receipts nro gradually falling off, amount- presented to tho grand jury for their when I can go down to the lock and ing for tho week to 1,1'JO hhds. action. ketch me a string of fish as I kin sell Prices havo been fairly sustained on all Some Merry Androw reports that for two dollars?" grades of burley tobacco, but thoro hns It has been a friend in need to tho boon no quotublo advance. Tho new crop Mr. Crutcher, of tho firm or Crutcher unfortunate. A gontleman who is nearly all safely housed and promises to & Starks, had passed through this boarded on Main street had boon unbo of bettor quality than tho orop of last village lately bearing on his uack a fortunate, with all tho word implies, your. Tho following quotations fairly mammoth bulletin board with "tho wishing to leave town and being unroprosent our market for burley tobacco. letters turned upsldo down." able to i my his bill and not willing to $2.50 to $3.50 Dark Trash at leave his luggage behind, lie could Tho elegant now school-hous- o 3.50 to 4.60 Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. 3.50 to 4.00 Saudriflle has been furnished with not leave by the front entrance, so ho 4.50 to 0.00 windows donated by Mr. James Gor- lowered las luggage down on tho Colory Lugs Common Loaf, not colory. 4.50 to 5.60 don, late candidato for jailer, and river bank, got a skiff, rowed across 0.00 to 9.00 nowjomo honest neighbor borrows tho river with his luggage and took Good Loaf 0.00 to 14.00 Mhem by starlight for his own private tho stairo for Anderson county, whero Fino Loaf ho might havo become 11 billow of Select Wrappory TobAcco. 14.00 to 20.00 J mansion. ne-i?r- o'' to-day The Errors of Youth. The hospitable citizens of Harp society but misfortune clung to him Do to others as you would have were not expected to furnish rations for them do unto you. to the late army of famishing educa"Tn n hntrln mm rliiv " A portion of Henry county is very tors. Had previous mention been Wlille running away, dry. water scarce. made through the Roundabout, u He received a shot in the back. Inriro number of mIiv Indies: mid jri'ii- People nre cutting and housing to-Alex Smart. tlemen would have enjoyed the muhs nacco here at present. meeting ot teachers. JBloomlngton . Blackberry cordial will cure flux if Our bad boy loaded his pockets taken freely three or four times u Mr and Mrs. George Wiley spent with pebbles and followed the wor day. shippers up to the church. The dea- Sunday visiting friends near Switzer. Riding between Sandriffle and Six-micon ordered him off, but "revenge Mrs. Cordie Wallace and daughter. d is sweet." Creek one Sunday eveninirsome A niisslo Miss Mary, are on the sick list this time ago, I saw some persons that broke the sacred vessel which con- week. had been attending church, others tained the wine, and now the old lady makes It appear that her boy is at Mr. James Gravitt is lying very ill that were returning from Sunday-schoo- l, his father's residence, with typhoid only a zealous Murphy. others I saw at singing school, fever. and others were playing base ball. Mrs. Miranda Bowen and Mrs. Thus Sunday is spent here Are wo Bald Knob. Bettie Hill, of Owen, nre visiting the all serving our Divine Master, or who is serving him? Jos. Ellison is quite sick with ma family of Mr. Fount Haydon. larial fever. Hugh Gaines, who is attend Mr. Protracted meeting nt the Christian Mrs. Emma Parker, of Midway, is ing Georgetown College, attended Church, Grubridge, begins, D. V., on the funeral of his grandfather, Mr. Friday before the third Saturday and visiting the lamiiy ot K. Q. L.ee. Win. Jones, last Friday. Sunday in October. We would like J J. Harrod has just returned from Rev. J, K. P. South is conducting a to have Dr. Wilson to join in with us a visit to "Eldorado," .Mercer counprotracted meeting at Pleasant Hill and preach occasionally during the ty. Church this week. Five have been meeting. Our citizens are in good spirits added to the church up to this writ since the "salve" arrived, hopes of ing. recovery. Mr. and Mrs. John Bird, Masters Mr. Henry Rogers has returned Charlie and JimmleBird, Miss Mary from an extended visit to Indianap- Wallace and Mr. Walton Websternre Tho most popular Weekly newspaper devoted visiting friends in Woodford this olis, Ind. toscience, mccnanics, engineering discoveries, inweek. ventions and patents ever published. Eveiynum-- . Little child of Levi Baker received bcr illustrated with splendid eocravlncs. Tbis publication famishes a most valuable encjrclopedls Mr. and Mrs. Wink Satterwhite, severe injuries by falling in the fire, of information which no person should be without. Tho popularity of tho SctENTino American if Mrs. Mollie Williams and son. Masa few days ago. circulation nearly emuls that of ter Wink, of Eminence, attended the such that its of its class combined. Price. $3.30an a other papers The school at Fairview is in a pro- funeral ot Mrs Satterwhite's year. Discount to Clubs. Sold bjr all newsdealers. father, IUNN 4 CO., Publishers, No.361Broadway, N. gressive condition, with Prof. Hugh Mr. Wm. Jones, last week. i Co. hava Tracy principal. also ATENTS. Mnnnhad Thirty ElKht 'SeYc' Mrs. F. M. Man ford and Master practice Prof. T. C. Jones, of St. Louis, Mo., Robert left Friday to tho Patent Office and hare prepared exhibited at Harp school-hous- e on Carroilton. Mrs. Man visit friends In more than One Hundred Thou- ford's mother, patents In the last Saturday night. Band applications for (.Mulders returned home after an States and foreign countries. Mrs. r!&TMM. Mill street macadamizing is pro- extensive visit. Assignments, and all other. papers for securing to inventors their rights In the) gressing at a slow speed. The hands iTnttoi flt.to. f'n.1. Hncland. Franse. Messrs. Ike Roberts and Dick Lee, Germany and other foreign countries, preon it are few and far between. of Owen, visited friends in this neighpared at short notice and on reasonable terms. Information as to obtaining patents cheer- Mr. Dodson and wife, of Louisville, borhood Saturday and Sunday, much of I fully given without charge. information sent have been visiting friends and rela- to the chagrin of certain young gents through Mnnn A Co. arefree. Patent obtained noticed in thebcientifio tives in this vicinity for the last few who mentally hoped their buggy American free. Tho .vantage of inch noticoU wish to die- Cell understood by ail penona days. Mr. Dodson was formerly con- would upset or some other serious v.,ri.airrH( Jk CO.. QsWa & N. R. R. accident will prevent their return ductor on the L. , am awosatamy, mwm w Matt. Book, the celebrated banio soon. player, performed the "Virginia Capt. G. W. Quarles' call for a com- Kentucky Central Railroad. nt the sohool-hons- n mi Inst Snr- - pany of cavalry to drill for the Frank turday night. fort Centennial was well answered having been Lebanon Sunday-schoo-l, on last Saturday, there Such Died. about sixty present. an array last Sunday, inoculation of the epiShortestand Quickestroute from of gallantry and bravery as would be demic that afflicted Bell's Sunday-schoo- l. seen In Franklin county only, and of Peace to its ashes. CENTRAL KKNTUCKY2 which it may justly be proud. Dr. J. O. Robinson was summoned TO ALL POINTS Died September the 16th, at his to the bed-sid- e of his sick mother at residence, six miles from Frankfort, Bridgeport, last week. Mr. William H. Jones, aged about NORTH. EAST; WEST. AND SOUTHWEST' The people were' disappointed be- seventy-fivMr. Jones was born in cause of the failure of Col. W. C. P. this county, and has spent the larger FAST LINE BETWEEN Breckinridge's appearance at Harp of his time here. He has on last Saturday, but it was soon foreen twice AND his last wife still CINCINNATI. gotten after the eloquent speeches survives. married, daughters, Mrs. LEXINGTON Three made by Cols. Scott and Ford on the Wink Satterwhite, Mrs. W.T. Gaines SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 16TH. 1886. subject of Education. Let your voice and Mrs. B. S. Scantlandare the only be heard in the grand cause of edu- children he has living. Mr. Jones cation until the school stands as the was an excellent Christian gentleman noblest fruits of a christian civiliza- well known for his strictly moral and No. 6, No. 4, No. ia, South Hound. tion. Ex. Sun. Daily. Ex. Sun. religious principles. In early life he Married. In Frankfort, on Tues- embracecf the faith of the Baptist day, September 14th, 1886, Clint. church of which he was a living and Lvc Covington.. 8 10 am 8 10 p m 100pm Falmouth.. 9 40 am 924 pm 333 pm McCann to Miss Rachel Clark, both shining ornament. His loss is keenly " Cynthiana, 10 45 a m :o 13 p m 4 38 p m " felt both in the church and commuof Flag Fork, this county. ti 35 a m 10 40 p m 5 15 p m nity. His funeral took place Friday Arr Parts . . . Lexington, 12 10 p m 11 17 p m 6 10 p ra " The cavalry company, of this place, from the family residence. Services Lve Paris . . . . ti 30 a m 10 45 p m 5 22 p m designed to take part in the Centen- wero conducted by Rev. G. F. Bagby Arr Winchester, t2 20 p m 11 so p m 6 os'p m w at one o'clock, who paid a touching tribute to his " Richmond nial will meet 7 15 p ra I5P m S 7 P " Lancaster. p. m., on Flat Creek, near O. B. memory. It may be truly said of " Stanford.. 600pm for the purpose of drilling, him that he is Lve Richmond . 200pm xc. By order of John Harrod, CapArrBerea. . . jnpm Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep, ml " Livingston tain. From which none ever wakes to weep, Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 29, 1886. A calm and undisturbed repose, No. it. No. No. 1. Unbroken by the last of foes. Editor of the lloundabout' le well-aime- if i wgmg i TnniR-Mark- r s. CODT-risht- s. Hand-boc- . 'BLUEGRASSBOUTE" e. Pols-grove'- s, 5P North-Boun- Lebanon Ridge. Our school opened last Monday with 17 scholars present. Mrs. Emily Gordon is having her dwelling repaired, J. W. Jones contractor. Rabbi Sallu preached to a large and attentive audience at Lebanon the first Friday in this month. The funeral of Wm. Penn will be preached at Lebanon tho second Sun day in October, at 3 p. in., by Rev. J. A. reters. Tobacco cutting is the work at present. Messrs. Walker Duncanand Galen Jones are said to hava tho best crop in this vicinity. Apple pealing somewhere overy night. We wero at one at Wm. Snooks' last Wednesday night, about llfty peoplo wero present, amouf, them Esq. Tracy, who seemed to en joy himself very much. Wm. Snook has improved his residence by whitewashing, and building a new widows keep a sharp lookout. Died. Dr. It. W. Deakinsat Sweet Home, Henry county, Thursday the 9th. His remains were brought to Lebanon where a host of friends attended tho funeral conducted by Rov. J. A. Petors. Another useful young man taken away. As a physician he had good success, but wo all have to go when our time comes. Lot us ever bo on tho watch. well-hous- e, " Berea. . Arr Richmond. Lancaster Arr Richmond. Arr Winchester " Paris . . Lve Lexington. " Paris. . . " Cynthiana Arr Covington. Lve Richmond Lve Kowlanu Lve Livingston , . , , , , " . . , . 6 05 7 00 . . . , 800am 735am 0 20 a m 8 55 10 00 1 a a m m " Falmouth . 1 30 a a m a m m 8 00 a m 10 25 a m 11 45 a m 7 so a m 8 11 a m 11 00 a m 1 10 p m 2 10 p m T 20 p m 2 45 p m 3 30 p m 3 59 P n 4 47 P m 6 00 p m p p 4 i? P 5 18 p a 45 3 40 6 m m m m 45Pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH. North-Boun- Daily, Ex. Sun. 7.25 a m m 8.15 tf.40 a ml 0.0 1 a m 9.48 a m 10.30 a m No. 51, Ex. Sun Daily,. Lve. Covington . Lve. Lexington . Lve. P"ri. . . Arr. Millcrsburg Arr. Carlisle . . . Arr. Johnson . . Arr. Maysville, . . 2.00 p m 4.25 p m 5.10 p m 6.08 p m 6.56 p m 7 54pni 4opm South-Boun- Ex. Sun Daily. No. Dally' Ex. Sun. Lve. Maysville . . Lve, Johnson Lve. Carlisle. . , Lve. Millcrsburg Arr. Paris. . . . Arr. Lexington. . Arr. Covington . 5.55 6.37 7.25 7.46 a a a a 8.to a 9.05 11.30 a m a m m in m m m 12.55pm I.32P 3,a8pm 2.50P m 3.15pm 6.10pm 6, cop m Sandriffle. Crops are generally good. Chills and flux aro still raging. Unto. NOTE. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win. Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains are daily except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston. W. Va., and Eastern Cities. Fast Line. Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars, between Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address or call oa any agent of the company or D. A. FEELEY, S. F. B. MORSE, Pass'r Agt., Oen. Pay r Agt Trv.Lexington, Oolnct0n. Kv kfr H.E.HUNflNOTON. Raeelver, General Offices, Covington, Ky, 1 1 Plenty of raiu up till the present "WlllilllliiiiiliMSMssssil H 1 11 n i-- i'au1 inu .'yai:.ag3rT.wtrnr." IfiBPPSli - ipftep Kotwithhtnnding tho Champion Saw the Whiteand Colored Public Schools, K1UNKF0KT, KY.. OCTOHKn, 2. 1880. Mill has been burned. Judge W. L. Pence numbering about 1,000, will form in wishes his friends to remember that ho Tlio alarm of llro about I) o'clock Thurs- still has ten acres of lumber on thieo procession at 0 o'clock Wednesday day night was occasioned by Iho burning yards, and can till all outers. morning, October (!th, and parade the of n imisquito bar in tho furnituro estabstreets of the city, headed by a band lishment of Messrs. Staten fc Dehoney. Rev George Darsie will leave this of music. The march will begin at - Bi4!t'JUBiujimtln.jwiii,i.rtvwiviW'wiwiwaijjjvjiuiiiVLT.,.laTrjTm&v..'ii nTTO3RXPHRrmmrrj7rpr"c 7ar njrrcsasjw srwrrwwmii-TD.-- . Lewis M. Scott lest Wednesday afternoon for Sweet Home, Henry county, where he will locate for the purpose of practicing his profession. Miss Liswio B. Hodges, who has been vNiling her sister, Mrs. John N. Crutchor, in Hollepoiut, for tho past two month'.!, left Monday morning for her home in Louisville. Dr. R. II. Loughridge, who has been visiting Prof. 10. A Fellmer for tho past two months, left Monday afternoon for Columbia, South Carolina, to resume his duties as Professor in the College in that city. faitliiiiUy .' during the pas I ten The CeutonuSal Kay. Tho scholars of the Catholic School, Tint Kc32er;oin4 F2rc. Thursday morning about t o'clock a llru broke oat in tho Champion Haw and Planing Mill of Judge W. L. Pence, in burnt very rapidly, and in a short tinio tho mill and olllccs, together with tho dry goods and grocor.y storo of Col. John N. Crutchor, on tho North, wore totally destroyed. Tho ilro dopartment went over from this city at tho first alarm, but as tho road to this river ran botweon tho mill and tho store, tho heat was so intense that thoy could not get to tho water, and nothing could bo done but save tho residences in tho vicinity with buckets of water drawn from tho neighboring wells. Little or no wind was blowing at tho timo ov the wholo town would probably have been destroyed. Tho firo is supposed to havo originated from a largo lot of bark piled near the mill, which was discovered to bo on firo n week ago and efforts wore mado to extinguish it, which were thought to bo successful, but as tho firo had been smouldering thoro for several days when found, it is probable that somo portion of it still remained under tho pilo, which finally burst out and sot firo to tho side of tho Hello-poin- t, morning for Shelbyville to begin a as to have his wagon and team meeting at that place, and his pulpit bo.occu-pie- d back into tho river nt Sallender's now at the Christian Church will morning and evening wharf yesterday at noon, but succeeded in getting thorn out again, not however, un- by Rev. D. W. Case, of Shelbyville. Mr. Walter Pierce was so two-hors- unfortunate o til one of his horses was nearly drowned. Iff Mr. Ewnrd W. Hlnes was, on Tuesday, elected, by the Judges of the Court of Appeals, .Reporter of that Court. No more competent, honest gentleman could have or pains-takin- g been selected for tho position, and he will make a splendid officer. Being n ilrst-elalawyer, and having considerable experience in the work, he will give to the bar Reports which will be second to none in this coun try. His election is a compliment justly bestowed upon a hardworking, en ergot ie young num. ss The entrance to the St. Clair street Bridge is but 8 feet wide and 12 feet tall, and those of our citizens who propose to have floats in the procession Wednesday should shape them with a view to passing across that bridge. Mr. John Netherton was carrying a box of large files out of the ruins of Judge Pence's saw-mil- l, Thursday morning, when several of them fell out, the sharp ends striking him on the right ankle and inflicting painful wounds. Is Tho fireworks on tho evening of Centennial day will bo tho finest display over seen in this city. Thoy will bo furnished by Mr. H. J. Pain, of London, England, who is now exhibiting tho fireworks at tho Louisville Exposition, which is an assurance that thoy will bo first class in ' every particular. Thoy will consist of 6overal sot pieces, rockets, bombs, volcano, otc, and will bo nn exceedingly beautiful sight. Mr. James A. Desponet, of Antler, Mr. Pain only consented to como ns a son county, and Miss Margaret J. special favor, and our people certainly Springgnte, of Mercer, a young couple will appreciato his work. on their way to Louisville, were mar- Mamie Miss Hawkins, oldest daughter of Mr. J. Russell Hawkins, jr., of this county, was riding in a buggy, Monday afternoon, with her aunt, Miss Millie Hawkins, and leading a horse behind the buggy, having the rope of the halter wrapped around her right forefinger. They stopped to open a gate, when the horse attached to the buggy started forward and the led horse jerked back, pulling the end ot Miss Mamie's linger entire ly off at the first joint. She suffered intensely, and the finger was so badly injured that Dr. W. II. Phythian found it necessary to amputate it at the second joint, Tuesday morning. The Cemetery has been inclos'd with a fence all around it, the old path along the side of the hill closed up, and, there is now only one entrance, that on the Versailles pike, where a handsome new gate has been erected, and it is hoped in future that depredations on that "silent city" may be prevented. the corner of Main and Washington streets and move east on Main to Ann, north on Ann to Clinton, west on Clinton to Madison, south on Madison to Broadway, east on Broadway to St. Clair, south on St. Clair to their school rooms and be dismissed. The Colored School will separate from the other schools at St. Clair and Broadway and continue east to Ann, north on Ann to Clinton, east on Clinton to their School House. At 10 o'clock the grand 'parade of the day will be formed under direction of Gen. Thos. II. Taylor, Chief Marshal, and starting from the front of the Capitol square, will move east on Broadway to Ann, north on Ann to Mcro, east on Mero to High, south on High to Main, west on Main to Wilkinson, south on Wilkinson to Wrapping, east on Wapping to St. Clair, south across the bridge to Second, east on second to Shelby, south on Shelby to Todd, east on Todd to Main, north on Main to Second, west on Second to Bridge, north on Bridge and St. Clair to Capitol square and disband when the head of the procession reaches that point. The following will be the order of Attention Chevaliers. You are hereby notified to assemble at my Tent in Odd Fellows Hull on Tuesday, Oct. nth, at 7:30 p. m., for muster and to make final arrangements for the parade on the (5th of October, 188(5, (our city's Centennial), also to transact such business as may como before the Canton. All those who have uniforms will appear in fatigue dress. By order of Geo. W. Reock, Commander, mill. uj J tV, illness. Mrs. Society. Kirtley and daughter, A company of Cavalry has been The Spring Hill Gun Club. Centennial Oration By Col. Jno. of EddyJ. E. are visiting at Mrs. M. E. ville, organised at at Harp for the purpose Taylor's. Tho match on the 24th nit., at the Mason Brown. of participating in the Centennial paMr. R. K. McClure nnd wife loft Music. rade here next "Wednesday. The or- home grounds of the Spring Hill Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Cin Centennial Poem By Major II. T. cinnati. ganization was completed Saturday Gun Club, closed the season for the Stanton. by the election of the following offi- medal shoot, and resulted as follows Miss Fannie White. ofSedalia, Mo. II is visiting Misses Ella and Hallie Brief addresses by cers: John Ilarrod, Captain; Dr. J. C. 2") Knoxville Blackbirds being the M. Bishop, of Ohio, and Justice John .Stephens. Wilson, First Lieutenant; Davis Ilar- taiget: Mrs. Geo W.Daniel has been visKtnnor Taylor rod, Second Lieutenant; W. S. n M. Harlau. Music. iting relatives in Rowan county the Dr Lampton Price io Orderly Sergeant W. A. G. F. Berry m Poem " Tho Womanhood of past week. Pnrris, Second Sergeant; George Robt. P. Pepper, Jr 22 Frankfort" By Mrs. J. C. Morton. Mrs. 11. Clay Dunigan lias been Hoover, Third Sergeant; Jerry Wil- Geo. L. Payne iy At the close of the foregoing, if very ill for the past week at her home IMIMlMtMIIIMItiiU liamson, Fourth Sergeant; W. F. J9 ilhlllltt in South Frankfort. M time admits, there will bo brief imMoore, First Corporal; W. A. Smoot, Dr. E. E. Hume Mrs. Mary Shepherd, of Laconia, S. R. Smith pj promptu addresses by visiting guests. Second Corporal; Van Ilarrod, Third Arkansas, is visiting Mrs. J. W. U1V.UUI lui uivi w tun. Y113 WW! Music. Corporal; Henry Morris, Fourth Cor- byiiiu Pepper. Hughes, .South Side. Mr. Three bands have been engaged to Mr. A: II. McClure and wife havo poral. Thirty privates have already For the season, tho medal was won enrolled and it is expected that the by Mr. G. F. Berry, whose score furnish music for the occasion, and returned from a two weeks' visit to a grand barbecue dinner will bo given friends in Louisville. number will be swelled to one hun- leads the Club. dred at the meeting this afternoon. Mr Frank Half returned Sunday Tho record for tho season is as fol- on the Capitol grounds, and balls will be given at the Capital Hotel and night from a visit of several weeks bo blue coats, lows: Their uniform will to Peru, Now York, and Chicago, Targets Tunsets Per Weitzcl's Hall at night. white hats and dark pants. Shot at. lilt. Cent. 8 o'clock beautiful fireworks Illinois. About 101 JW2 G. F. Berry .719 Rev. George Darsie, one of the Dr. L.Price Miss Susie Lloyd, of Cincinnati, is 8(50 510 .70.", will be set oil from floats in tho river, 83Q most popular pastors in this city, re- R. P. Pepper, jr 228 .(S0 about half way between the bridges, visiting relatives in this city. She has conns to spend several weeks with her r,yr, .(jf, ;j5i signed the pastoral caro of the Chris- Geo. L, Payne and tho houses all over tho city will old companions. Kit) 2t). Kenner Taylor Ml be handsomely illuminated. Prepatian Church on Sunday morning for R. Morris 18.r 208 .011 Messrs. Fayette Hewitt and Henry purpose of accepting tho caro of a J no. Mastin tho 280 I'M .501 rations are already being mado to Lindsey left .Monday for Louisville. 4U0 Church in Boston, Massachusetts, to S.R.Smith 251 Mil decorate nearly all the houses in tho where they will attend school at 2.'J7 110 .578 city with flags and bunting, and Trinity Hall. which he has received a call. He Dr. . E. Hume ')71 G. Mastin 175 05 will bo a great loss to tho Church Jno. Murphy even be astonished at Mrs. Murthu Woodson and Mrs. Sallio 150 48 .1120 Frankfort will Sawyer and children, of Iudopoudeuco, hero as well as tho community at Rev. Penlck herself on that day. 75 4 .053 Miribouri, ure y large. Ho is universally popular Richard Bohannan. 75 0 framo house on High and county. visiting relative in this city .000 Tho with all who know him, without reWhile Mr. Bohannan appears tho street, next to Mr. It. B. Jlllson's resgard to creed or sect, and the an- only member who mado a clean idence, has been settled upon as tho Miss Lucy Bush, of Lawrenceburg, Mury Todd Saflbll, of this nouncement of his resignation was score, tho medal nevertheless be- oldest house in tho city and will bo and Miss Thursday morning for Now city, left received with regret by tho entire comes tho individual property of Mr. handsomely decorated. It was for- KorK to spenu tno winter. city. Ho will leave for his now field Berry. merly tho property of tho mother of Mrs. John Maupin and Miss Bonnio of labor on tho first of December, Tho Spring Hill Gun Club have had tho lato Col. A. II. Rennlck, for half Beshoar, of Trinidad, Colorado, aro visitand to tho people of that city wo a most successful season, and defeat- a century County Clerk of this coun- ing Mrs. J. P. Woodson, of this city, and Mrs. Robert Trumbo, of this county. heartily commend him as a high- - ed the only Club (Lexington) that ty. Mr. Albert II. Crutchcr, who Iuib toned, Christian gentleman of ability, appeared against them. Having beat been visiting his parents inBollPoint hoping that his labors among them en the Shelbyvilles in overy contest For Rent Three rooms, either for several wholes, left yesterday may bear as abundant fruit as they thoy stand the champious of Central furnished or unfurnished, Apply to morning for Los Augoks, California, to reside. have here where ho has ministered Kentucky, Miss Mury Camiuuck. Pols-grov- e, XVj I-two-stor- ried in the cabin of the Steamer while lying at Chinn's wharf, Monday afternoon, at 2J o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. George Darsie, in tho presence of a large assemblage of passengers and ladies and gentlemen of this city, who had gathered in to witness the happy event. The bride, a handsome n brunette, was attired in a traveling dress, while the groom, a fine looking young fellow, was attired in the conventional black. There were neither ushers or attendants, but Capt. S. V. Pence and his estimable lady looked after the arrangements, and every thing went of fin fine style. Hi-berni- a, The Centennial benefit rendition of the Mikado, by Prof. Graham's Troupe, at the Opera House, on seal-brow- Thursday night last, was a success in every respect. The audience was large and enthusiastic, and the rendition of the choruses d was and full, although the numbers in the chorus were much reduced from the former renditions on account of the absence of quite a number of the performers from the city. Where all did so well, wo will not particularize. The encores to several parts were so enthusiastic and hearty that even the "chestnut gong" had to be abandoned. well-time- Fire Department. Floats. At the close of the parade the following exercises will begin from the platform in the .State House yard: Singing of Old Hundred. Prayer By Rev. P. S. Fall. Music. Address of Welcome, by Judge Win. Lindsay. Presentation of the Orator of the Day By Gov. J. Proctor Knott, President of tho Kentucky Historical 17. 18. Tho d pc t ruction of tho mill wns n sori-oloin to Bclli'pulnt, as n largo number of men and boys found employment thoro. It was olio of tho finest in tho State, being a combined band and circular was nearly new, having been recently built and lind been running only four months. Tho loss in a heavy one to Judgo Ponce, as ho has n largo lot of logs on hand. Tho furnituro of tho office of tho mill was all saved, but little of valuo was gotten out of tho mill itself. procession: Tho storo-rooof Col. Crutchcr was a 1. Police. now one and had only been occupied by 2. Music. him a few months, and ho had just gotten 3. State Guard. in quite an addition to his stock. Somo 4. Knights Templar. of his goods wore . saved bu tho greater 5. Chavaliers Militant. part was destroyed. G. Knights of Pythias. Tho losses wero as follows: Judgo W. 7. St. Joseph's Benevolent Society. L. Pence, on machinery and buildings, '20,000, with $14,000 insurance, Col. 8. Band. John N. Crutchor, on building, stock, and 9. Odd Fellows. fixtures, $1,900, with 500 insurance on 10. Masons 11. United Brothers of Friendship. fho house and $G0() on stock and fixtures. Both Judgo Penco and Col Crutchor 12. Union Benevolent Society. request us to return their sincere thnnks 13. Riding Club. to tho Frankfort Firo Department nnd 14. Carriages. . everyone else, whito and colored, who 15. Band. labored so faithfully to save thoir prop1G. Cavalry. erty from destruction. saw-mill, Editor .Roundabout: A game of base ball is now being played in this city, which is remarkable for two facts. 1st, that it has never been noticed by either of tho the four newspapers publnhed in this city. And 2d, the time taken in playing the game, this being the eighth week of its duration, and the game not settled yet. The game is played on the City School lot, South Side, by a number of hands employed in tiie erection of the new school building. The game is called each day at 12 o'clock, when the workmen quit for dinner (or to be more exact, as soon ns they have "munched lunch,") and continues 'till 1 o'clock when bats aro dropped, game suspended 'till next day, anil work resumed. All lovers of the national game aro cordially invited to witness the sport, free of charge, seats will be provided for all, except in wet weather. Remember place and time, school house lot, 12 o'clock daily, Sundays excepted. Citizen. FnANKFOKT, KY., OCT. 2, 18RG. The Banks, of Frankfort will be open on the (ith of October from I) to 11 o'clock, a. m., nnd then closed for the remainder of the day, to allow the olllcers to participate in tho celebration of the Centennial. All persons having business with the several Banks of the city, on that day. are requested to transact it within tho hours named. Just Received A car load of Long Berry seed wheat from Kalamazoo, Michigan, and a car load of H. II. Watson. Mediteranean Hybrod from Rochester, Lashier Deposit Bank, Frankfort, Now York. Sow first class seed if you dem sire to make money out of wheat. It. Milks & Son. The teachers of tho county should Cashier Farmers Bank of Ky, E. L. Samuel, Cashier Branch Bank of Ky, Gkant Green, Teachers' Institute. Personal. Mr. James M. Safiell is improving rapidly from his recent dangerous make their arrangements to attend tho night sessions of the Institute. There will bean interesting feature of the meeting. Miss Bello Sanders and Miss Lizio Davis will sing several of their sweet songs. Miss Nannie Browder, Miss Minnie Ilaldeman and Miss Kntlo Shipp will read essays and select pieces. 'My daughter has taken the medir cine faithfully, according to directions, and her health and spirits aio now perfect The humor is till gono from her face. 1 wish every anxious mother might know what a blessing Ayer'sSarsaparilla is In such cases." The Harp Meeting. On last Saturday there was a good crowd assembled at tho Harp school-housand, notwithstanding all felt disappointed at the absenco of Col. e, Breckinridge, yet seemed greatly interested in tho speakers who addressed them upon tho occasion. Mr. Hunter, as President of the Association, willed the meeting to outer at one o'clock and made a few remarks as to tho object and Importance of these meetings and staled that ho intended to hold such meetings in overy neighborhood in tho county until no had Franklin county in one bright Hume of enthusiasm in tho common school cause. Prof. Jones was then Introduced who rendered n counln nf olncntinn. ary pieces. JNoxt was col T. II Ford, who was In frnml trim for thonecimimi mul Ik.ii 4141 iuil-umui;m;- u lit M V while ho gave them his sledge-hammblows In favor of tho cause ho so dearly loves. Last but by no means tho least was tho speech of Col. T. W. Scott. Mr. S. showed by this masterly efi'ort that ho was heart and soul in tho cause and wo doubt if tho people. of that neighborhood havo over heard better arguments produced in favor of tho cause of education for all. Tnkoit all in all tho meeting was a success and wo trust will ho tho means of arousing a deepor interest in tho work. During tho meeting Mr. J. A. Scott handed the chairman of tho meeting a letter from Col. Breckinridge expressing Ills regrets at being unavoidably kept from the meeting on account of legal business that could not be postponed. er iuu llllil illt(l .... I 4. t I iui nuni mi uour. M 1 . t n J FOB SALE! ' BBflCniNS! NilMlla$vvy9H wi We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of Boots, Shoes,- HatsT Caps, 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 and $3.00. These goods for style you and money before making your and durability cannot be surpassed, and all will save timeand shapes is by examining the stockwe full and complete, and invite you to call the latest styles purchases. Our line of Hats and Caps in at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronage. These goods will be sold and examine them. Respectfully, MEAGHER BROTHERS. m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. to-da- A nice lot of fresh oysters received For cheap crockery of all kinds call at Day & uaii's. y by J. Heeney. 3-- FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 2, 1886. m A party of about fifty excursionists from Oregon passed down the river Monday on the Hlbcrnia to visit the well. Louisville Exposition. Cards are out for the wedding of Miss Katie G. Bush, of this city, and Hon. L. M. Martin, of Cynthlana, on Wednesday, the 13th hist. Thftre is a well authenticated rumor that the son of a clergyman, recently connected with the State Geological Survey, will be married in a . Bhort time. on St. For Rent. The store-roocity Clair street recently occupied by us. The grocery merchants of the terms apply to wish their friends to send in their For wtciTZKr, & O'Ponnell. to m orders on Tuesday, as they wish close their houses on Wednesday and To Ladies of participate in the parade. Mill. m vatesalo. The house contains rooms, and is conveniently located. Do you want some nice fresh oys- For further information call at the Sept, 25 4t. ters ? If you do bo. sure to call at J. residence. Heeney's, South Side. Farmers having real good butcher on hand, which they wish city, on Tuesday af- stuff receive the highest marketto sell, Lost. In this prices will ternoon, between Mero and Main by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main f!4-t- f. streets, a pair of Gold Spectacles. street. at The finder will please leave them If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomach this office, and be rewarded for the disorder, torpid liver, kIi In back or sido, constipation, etc . npclfct mav he f ntal. One dose same. of Htrong's Sanative Plllo will rIvo relief. 3-- 2t. Fon Rknt. A farm of 115 ncrea, one mile from Frankfort on tho Benson tnrn-pikMrs. Humphrey Evans offers her good improvements. For terms, residence, 22-- Lewis street, at pri. apply to A. W. Cromwell, or Wm. Cromnine o; Residence for Sale. k9l BUtf SLICKER .NEW Hie Best Waterproof Coat. von drr !o Th.FISTI BRAND BLTCKEKIiiraiTiintl wstimrrcof. and will iq. Dimni .inrni. jn. Dowrunfl&u nbl Junius pric, rimiiK cnai, ana etnutns coTertbntlrtldl. Dwrof Imltitlon. Nona J. Tower.without tbo "FUU Bo.ton, Mais. iCnsd" trde-mrlllnttratcd Ctilocu free, A. k3 PLASIKG MILL. J. M. WAKEFIELD Having rcctntlj added to hi? Estnblifhrncnt First-Cla- ss Plnninjr Jlill, Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of AfewdoM'-ri- - - n-- the Peak's We would request our ents to avoid, as far as possible, personalities in their letters, and give us the 7iews of their neighborhood. We will be compelled to eleminate all such matter in future. I e I I fit m. m m i have opened headquarters in Sower's Building, second and third stories, where the ladies from Peak's Have Mill will be always welcome. n splendid view of the street from the windows on Centennial day. Geo. W: Quarles, Itav. Win. Todd Egbert, formerly Capt. Commanding of this city, brother of Mr. Cha. T. Peak's Mill Cavalry. Egbert, of this county, died at his home in Morris Town, New Jersey, BE SURE on Friday of last week, after a linger- When you come to the Centennial to see the ing illness with consumption. CARRIAGF CURMessrs. James Rodman, jr , and TAIN, Sam. D. Johnson have rented the va- Another of Mrs. A. L. Franklin's It in the Odd Fellows inventions. cant store-roounder the Temple, immediately Wild Cherry and Tar. Rouxdabovt office, and will open a Everybody knows the virtues of dry goods store there on the first of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and January. cure for any eftections of the Throat inSuperior Court on Monday and Lungs, combined with these The gredients are a few simple healing abolished the office of Janitor of that remedies in the composition of Dr Court. Mr. H. S. Ellis has filled that Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup position since the organization, four making it just the article you should house for have years ago, and is thus thrown out of always Croup in theBronchitis Coughs, Price Colds, to the regret of fit) cents and and employment, much $1.00. Samples free. 8 his many friends in this community. Sold by Hughes and Chiles. SELF-ADJUSTIm correspond- I Curo for Piles. Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone ejection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a eommon attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application oi Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. t health audvljjor. Sash, Daors, BlindsFr&me ALSO ! Melding M fill sptilors COMPLETE LINE OF ercbiMtt: Scroll Work, Stair Work MaylB-tf- & Turning fiotten cut In the best style. . Istratrlx of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle (inrrett.THAT I bought from Mrs. admin NOTIGR! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf Furniture and Undertaking And have sold Interest In my business to Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kinds of When Baby wu dole, ire gwre her Caitorla, When sho m a Child, she cried for Castoria, When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria, Whtu aho had Children, ah gavo them Castoria, W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the llrm will bo Shirts Made to Order. TORN C. DENNIS, CHARLES C. NEWTON. WM. J Tracy, James Tracy und Albert O. Graham have associated tlienelves toother as a corporation under tliu n.une and style of the Pea Itldgi-anRussell Mill Turnpike Hoad Company, am their principal place of business Is Franklnrt propose to build a turnpike road from a point on the Benson turnpike road, at or near the line between the land of JoHoblnson ,nui ;,. i. Collins, and running thence westwaidly sons to connect with the UrldKoport and Uenson turnpike, at or near the Dougheity tarm. The amount of Capital Stock Is seen thousand dollars, consisting of county and private subscriptions, and to be paid la at such times and upon sucii terms as the corporation may from time to time need and require The corporation commenced on the ith day of September, IbSU, und la to continue for Htty years. The allalrs of the corporation are to be conducted by a board of dlitctorsto be elected annually by the stockholders, to hold office, until a new board is elected. The corporation shall at no time subject Itself to an Indebtedness of more than Its capital stock, and private property Is to be exempted from corporate debts. JOHN C. DENNIS, Clmlrnum. STATEN & DEHONEY And tho business vt 111 be continued at the old stand of Whltesldes & Sttiten. No. 218 Ft. Ctalr street. May JAS. T. STATES. b-- NOTICE. L. F. Comiton. w. C. Macklxs. COMPTON & MACKLliN, -- Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SkinEruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or mouey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Sanger! A neglected cold or cougn may lead to i'ntumoni.t.'onsumptlon or other fatiw disease. Strong's Pectoral PlllT s'M euro dy.spepjla.lr: roldu )ty iinuiic. Heat Hum-f-or i'noviiirror.2- The Best Salve in the world for Slkhora Boiler HAVE THE FVLL Mills ! ."Roller System, AND JUNTFACTDRK Mr. Win. M. Pearce, formerly of this city, and brother of Mr. Walter Pearce, of the South Side, died at his home in Jeiferson county, on Sunday last, September 25th, in the 42d year of his age, leaving an aged father and two brothers to mourn his loss. He had many friends in this city who will regret to hear of his un- The house now A. Grant on Broadway. Apply to R. M. ALDRIDGE. tf. Dwelling House for Rent. occupied by Mnj. J. Six of the Office lest grades of the best Ecur made in the world, Cap- hoeer, miraculous Escapes. .. digestion, 3lcliueadache us tuousaads testify. itol Square and wareroom on Broadway, opposite Jtm.21bM.lv. timely death. Messrs. Mastin Bros, will have in the parade on Wednesday one of the finest wagons over .seen in this city. It is an Old Hickory, and the running gear Is all oiled and varnished, the whllo the irons being silver-tintebed Is beautifully ornamented with pictures and designs executed in oil A beautiful line of now shapes in and as highly polished as a coach will present a magnificent decorated tea and toilet sets just rebody. It ceived at Day & Haff 's. appearance. d, with Consumption, and was given up to die by her physicians. She heard of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and began buying It of 'me. In six months1' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now so much improved sho has quit using it. She feels she owes her life to It." Free Trial Bottles at Jos. LeCompte's Drug G Store. W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchester, Ind., writes: "One of my customers, Mrs. Louisa Pike, Bartonla, Randolph Co., Ind., was a long sufferer Septll-- lt fiVEM Oacwd iuilUcroUons. osceise, eto Bonellte In a day; Guru uiuallr within a month. No Deception norQuacknrr. Positlra 1'rooM, full description and J.ttnrof Birloo la plain realtxl ecTelopo, frco. SH1E MEDICAL CO., P.O. Draw lis. BnSalo. N.Y. K Lest orFailius Manhood, Worvovsxxogs Woalinosa, Itncii of StroErrth, Vigor or Dovolopmontt by A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIH CURE FOR OPIOf R. ROGERS -- DEALER, IN- - U1TURE, COFFHTS, dSiO. IE-OI- S-A-ZLil- 1WO STOREROOMS FHONTING 1 street. Apply to ON ST. CLAIIl WcePolenn.WiiwFita A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN Saved His Life, Mr. D. I. Wllcoxson, of Horse Cave. Kv., saw lie was, for many years, badly, ailllcted with Phthisic, alsoe Diabetes: the pains wevealmosf,unen-durabland would somotimes almost tried t irow him Into convulsions. Ho from Electric Bitters and got relief first bottlonnd after taking six bottles, was entirely cured and had gained in fiesh eighteen pounds. Says lie positively believes lie would have died, i.rwi if nnf iwm fur tho relief adorned by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents 0 a bottle by Jos LeCompte. TTf ..- - Fresh Oysters, selects only 40 cents per can at Day fc Half. inimcn Tito Sept JOHN IIALY. 4-- ALL or TERSONS INDEHTED of 1STOTIOE. THE TO STREET. FRANKFORT, KY the latest style furniture constantly In stock. May AH LATE Fon Rent. A street 10-t- f. two-stor- y brick-hous- e WHITESIDES & STATEN F. O. EtTCHES, General Insurance Agent; OAlce on Main of six rooms, located on Ann Apply at Crutcher & Starks. ' New shapes in Ilaviland's French China for painting at Day & Haff 's. m wonderful Pain-Curthe world has over known. Your money will bo returned if uot found as represented. most tiro hereby notliled to como forward and settle up at once, as the allalrs of the llrm tire to bo closed up. SepU-lJ.T. STATEN. St., Opposite Farmers' DtnUc. REPRESENTING 15 Leadioz American and Foreign Coaps,- - you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 223 Main streot, opposlto Dr. Duvall's residence. If Children Cry for Pitcher THE Castoria. fH-t- f. BRICK COTTAOE, NO C08 MAIN SREET, 1 talnhtix four rooms, aud ull reasonable conveniences. This property Is now occupied by Mrs. Kn'e Mahoucy. and possession cannot be given until the 15th of next April. Vox terms of sale apply to L. U. or BEN. MARSHALL. wrm oran $100,000,000.00 ASS'ETSt - WRITTEN ON FARM TERM POLICIES rates. Agent Anchor Lino nt lowest of Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point In Great Urlttoln or Ireland. Apr.l7.ij. jr jrin-v- J.'.. "n,"f ft wyi rr-- fTimfW'?' "7 ?" .f wi mw i5ajj wLiAHni'TMBiartw FRANKFORT KOUNDA BOUT. Boyd, formerly of this city, died nt his home in Henderson on Fridiiy. Tlon. Go to J. Ili'onoy's for vour oysters. Lynn K McCLUI E Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his Brothers have put flf? sidewalk in their establishment on Main front of street. There is a disposition on the part of the citiwms to see tho new oi)ern, "Lena," performed again, since its Mpssiv. down a substantial r FALL & WINTER STOCK "Had a cmo of tnflammatoi7 HIicTimntlmi of TlioiiRh painful and wearing almost beyond all tho lnrco Joints. Oavo endurance, Is not an Incurablodlsenso If treat- nearly my pat'ent is oat nnd doing Tonoaioue, and troll." ed in tlmo. Perhaps no other disease haa bo y W. W. Baxtxb, M. V., Hcrsman, 111. bnftled tho efforts of science and mcdiclno as this, but at last a rerncdyhas been discovered hi "In my opinion Tonoaijnk rapcrcodes all other which CURES toeomatlo remedies." flnd ia heartily en8. 0. WonsnAai, M. D., MaroDgo, HI. dorsed by many of tho Leading Physicians. " Haw (rfron ToNOALniK ft fair trinl. and thlnV it WHAT THEY SAY: "TONOAlXn: in dninij nil that li claimed It will do," the best remedy I haro over fonnd fur llhoumitlnn." B. F. Davis, Sturgeon, Mo. O. OTBotiiit, M. I., Cantrall, 111. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. FOR BAM BY ALL DHUGGMTS. A. A. MEILL.IER, Sole Proprietor, 708 and Tit WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOUIO, to-daRHEUMA-aWVjVVW,TiS- mvw$X? 6 E E revision. The Harris lot, nt the corner of Ft. Clair and Main streets, has been inclosed by a high hoard fence, which is quite an improvement. BOOT SANDSHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF- - r, trs Mif bs 1 iFh k SflBBM htwj n K3 PR Si B B!S8a;y wvw e m tm n BTi ir RRDb P 7 P ,w nm rt. nt u.r tr ttrKBaWL; are requested to call the attention of the Council to the necessity of provid'ns? for the surplus number of dogs in thecity, and suggest that they be added to the pauper list. "We &C. J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, MnnnfnctUror and Dealer in STEM ENGINES Distillery, Mill & BO HE RS, and Agricultural Machinery. For. nr.NT. The brick house opposite tho depot, belonging to V. tf. Kal-tenbn- E .- - We are glad to learn that 3Irs. J. M. Wakefield, who has been very ill with milarial fever, i considerably bettor, and hopes are entertained that she will toon be about again. Weitzel & O'Donnell reWednesday night to their moved store l.Kim in the Sower building, on IWahi street, and are now ready to receive their friends and how them one of the finest stocks of goods ever brought to this city. Mc-!!'-5. o OL BOOK STATIONER?, 1 DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Bkicksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Agent for L.'X-Xj.- &G. iSI53 BJ33BEJ i Rl :- J V . El ana Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lewis St.. Near the River. Frankfort, ISTSEND FOB PRICE LIST. "T-OBHSKrti BU&Cl BOILES Hztan 3ISr3Z2SrE3 :, Ky. sscacsj rasj raCE-- - Has just recived his large CXS3SS3jixsSBJS CSllISilllMIOT, KENTUCKY'S EOUTE EAST For. As Mr. O 15. Polsgrove was returning home from this city Saturday afternoon, the mule he vn driving took fright and ran from the old " to the Plum Branch Pike, a dit-L- . e of two miles, keeping in the ro'ul, when finally one rein broke and the mule ran off the road, the buggy upset and threw Tilr. Polsgrove and Mr. Walker Duncan, the the vehicle, out, but fortunatedoing no more damage them breakly ing the hafts from the buggy. toll-gat-- ifiiiiil mswsm ''I 3PBINO STOCK -- OF- DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, WILL. BE AT THK Stoves, Orates k Mantels. OHIO, HSIIItni. PIIUBELlltt 4 lEB TUE OXI, LINK Till. Call and cxnmine the rri a? vw 'h, - i. '"'" i SOUTHERN QUEEN GAPSTALi HOTBIal IN FRANKFORT. KY.. All eases ot BLIND or BLEEDINfi PILES cured by the llrlnkerhoir aystum without umno tuu KNI1E or LIGATUltE Olid Without .III' pillll. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars "l 'fftffin Wrought Steel Range, Tho new Library Lamps, new Gas Fixtures, the famous SATURDAY. OCT. 23. 1886. .a. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. FISTULA Cured without the knlfo or ligature. solid Grs-zns- r i kom occa-pants- of white I.lClBl si , mm HE, LouisvillcCinciuimli & Lexington -- TO- . xl "ooaiii lWi E'i? : Sufferers from the effects of quinine, used a" a remedy for chill- - and fever, should try Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful tonic bitter, wholly vegetable, without a particle of any noxious drug, ft acts promptly, breaking the chill, curing the fever, and the pofeon, yet leaving no harsnfJ effect upon the patient. yzzzrrr-&&i- l srjk&T 0 JOB "WORK ii LOWEST , And to many other luofid articles too nu merons to mention, all at tho WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting in Fame depot with fasttia'.ns for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO FISSUIIES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER HARD TIME PRICES. Diseased UD RECTAL CATARRH. Of all k'ud9 solicited in roofiug, guttering, gas ijttiuy and plumbing. conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic dl&eases, ex-jielli- nr Give me a call, UTERUS, Diseases ot the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. LYNCHBUIlti, DANVILLE, NOliFOLK. -- ANTI ALL 1'OINTs IN- - CHNTBU ONLV PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can alio be cured if not too late, as the Itching Is dlienso that exists In the lower boutl. AIL, SOUVEKER. oiilvasjniptomof the Fraakfort invention. Mrs. A. L. Franklin's Cuff Retainer for TWEXTY-Fm- : your ne.irebt l'or tlckttti and further Information tlcket-olllc- apply to CKNT.S, . -- at all Ira'il'.fort Jewelers. It DEALERS IN- - Hard Times. While Jiioney is clM?, wages and prices low, expenses should be cut Economy down in every hoe.-ehotho watch word for mothers', head off doctor bills, bva'ways keeping in the iioiise.a Lottie of l)v Hoankis Cough and Lu.ig Syrup Stops a cough relievos Coiisumotiou, cures Croup and pain in tho Client in one night. Jtisjust the remedy for hard ..iinie-iPrice r0 cents and $1 .00. .Simples free. Sold by Hughes and 3 C.ii!e-- . kl. . Farniing Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, KO, 4c, &c, AV. .T. IICOHCS. Frankfort. RICHARD Film f I SON. Frankfort. J. M. WITHROW. Fianlifoit. i'.iiiniititsdt.seriblni: these diseases Kent free to .my one by addressing C. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pcsb. Agt., General Alannger, Richmond Vjpcikca. V. EST Dee. I. KELLEY, , 2C-l- y. M. B.5 S3S A.TSTS STREET, 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati, 0, brusY v Drug Don't fall to examlno the line at CONSULTATION FREE, "a Something every man, woman and child hhculddo, and bear la lniiiU th it the South Side I few Store Kentuoky and MoSHERRT 0" G-rai- n Drills, rWHTAL J- - I. April 0. 0. F. LEKA.OWEN.ri.ti. the Inrgest and clieapeBt lino of hair, cloth, h1hh, tooth, and null biushes ever ihonr.t ciio time In the clt). 'h mS m 1 breaking Plows, Oid Hickory Wagons CuttinS Boxes, Corn Shellcrs, Cider Mills. A general assortment of Hardware; full LODGE, NO. G, MEETS KVJIRY MON-L- y day night VUUInB brothers cordially Invited 17-t- f. R. WILL1A1H, Sec, 75 Btyles and prices hair brushes " " cloth " " 50 ' ' " 50 ehoe VJ h '.. Surface Indications "What n miner-woulvery properly term ".surfaco iutllciitionV of what K beneath, mo tho Pimples, Sties, Soro Eyes, .&-zmt.TS.V-?. 'Ali iis5-JSssSSi:S- Sl - mBssssaus ittJ.sxZ!iii i",WTMUr;-"jV-l.- - ainnr UWUM tf Mi TTnv'ipsa .t..U nnil .. Snrlillnrv! t m.v.w.w. KPPfl Drs Gobcr, Hudson & Gober JQSUPH LeCaMFTS'S THE SOUTH SIDE DEUG STOEE, ..Mvtn U. Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Bluo Grass, rCWTMtTOr.S GTIARANTrrJD LOAV. 'fmiffSS 'TKljtT V .LIa V ".s.tr, H0M(B0PATHE3TS! Office July FRANKFORT, KY. PROPRIETOR 01' THE Boils, and Cutuueous Eruptions with . . which people are annoyed in spring nnd carl v .summer. Tho,eHito matter accumulated during tho .winter months, now makes its presence felt,.throujrh Nature's endeavors to expel it Irom the hystem. "While it remains, it is npoNon that testers in tho b'ood and may develop .into Scrof- TO WE PUBLIC. ZEPOjES Sa-E-j-- : C317 u ST. FAMOUS GEN. HAMS COLOGNE AND m ,' Jii S' . it- - V 0 This condition eau-c- 's .derangement asslmljatory orguno, of tho digestive with u feeling of enervation,, languor, and "only wcaiini'x'. often spring fever." These are evidences that Nature is not able, unaided, to .throw otr the corrupt atoms which weaken the vital force. To regain health. Naturo.must.bo aided by u thninush mid nothhig else ii m ellecthetw ula. il ITRCIIASKD THE STOCK OF HAVINO of Mr. J. K. Ki:nt. ( orner faecoiut and A LARCiE NUMBER OF HOISTING BLOCK?. 14 .Slielby Mreft't, fcouth FranWort, I iiiopofae to tceep Jr. Inches, 12 Inches and 10 Inches, all us good as new. a nice stock of Apply to LXOMPTE'S HANDSiVIOOTHER. . J. S. COLLINS, Choice Goal Cheap. ALL family KINDS DOUDLE SCREENED use. Prompt Delivery, Weight, Uoltom Prices. GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE, llr.st-clns- Sept JOHN MEAGHER. 4- -lt DENTIST, MAIN STREET, Ol'P. RODMAN A: Ueeth extracted without puln by tho ube of NltrouBe Oxide (or laughing) kus. Full Ayer's Sarsaparilla, tf s Oroeery nnd In fact ever thing kept In a htore. l invite the utttntlon of the peopleoil! runk-fo- rt and Franklin county, and more puitlculial the peonloof South Kninklort. v.ho v.Ul ilnd my location pulte .i eoiivtiilenee, and I hope by close attention to business and fair dealing to lecelvo a portion or the Imhllc atioiame. of the clt. (Joodtf dentin cd promptly In any (ilto mo a call and bo tonvlnred. P.T7. MAJOB, vx-xojisr OFi'ICE, niar.iO-t- f iu FllANKPOKT, KY., v jsJt law. Telephone connection No. 36. $ , which is pufllclcnlly powerful to expel even tho taint of Heredfrom tho py-te- in au2?-9- Very ltespei'tfully. JOHN L. JONES, fcouth Frankfort, Ky. S ft Tho medical profession Indorse Avr.u's Sa8A1'AKU.i.a, and many attestations of tho cures edecttdby Itcomo from all parts of tho world. It is, in tho lamruago of Sentho Hon. Francis Jewett, mid of ator of Lowell, "tho only preparation that doef real, histiug good. rnnrAitKD by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. cx-Sta- to Miiss-achusetor itary Scroiiilu. &BM FOR SAI-B- . and Grant countleu, In the Court of Appeals, and In the lederal Court. 31J-tf. PRACTICE IN WILI ridiiklln, Carroll,THE CIRCUIT COURT3 Gallatin, Iloone, Ottea 200 PAOES. IllnttratrJ, Tn Cloth and dill Iilr.rtli g.tJUa. liioiiiyur v uip Ponii', paper cmcr.SSc. '1 lilt nook contain! all the lurlaut.iluiibifiilor InuuUitlve want to know. (1 Knllof very Inirn Xing ai valuable Information. HEALTH, IIKAUTY end IIAI'I'l.VkHS an-- (iromntcrt by Us advUi'-w- ho may Mnny, wbonot, wlivt Medical AM. hrn niretiury, brought homo to you, to uondrrfnl PKf PIlTniLH, truo to I lie. Younc or nlil, married or tingle, tick or well, ihould ndlt. Sent foaled by DR. WHITT IER. 8f. Louit. Mo. 0UTTU18 OUT AHB BkNU mill vaifKummma. MllMEMl 'JMY .Vtl S GEO. B. MAGXiZST, Dec.o-f- . FRANKFORT, KY. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND o w CONTAINING 120 ACHES, LYINO RKTWKEN the Kentucky rlvtr and KranUfoit and Hat ("reek turnpike, four and one half miles from Frnnkfoit. knotni as the James M. Leivls fiirin. dttelllnif The farm Is ttell Improved; two noodplace te,l housed! all iiecess.ii' ttatered; a good cistern In the urtl and a goo 1 ttell; ttto never falling springs on the place. 8epUHm:8UI,I,,yt BROS. O W.LEWIS JAS. A. VI0LETT, Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., IN ALL THE COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE and adjacent counties. Ob'FICh-- Up Judge I U. Mujor'a ofllce. stairs, out Aug. 14-t- L N '.W II P111S, Heal Estate Agent, J UUSH.'.I fJ-'i" . Are wfii-ctl- uwlny 1,11 uft l.l-Vl'."l- "? by Sold by all Druggists: Price $1; Six bottles for $5. Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- pi tl AVlI.p. ir if ti ii iU'.l. II m t .. i IIOllHI-r,,,ll..tf UfonMy'dd- "..M.H,.,jfrt, P.nin.;.. . W.". ,'R 111 anil the adjoining cminltcs, anil will alfio Klvo 8iee!al nttentlon to the imnlmsu Halo of real estate, collect Son of rentH, clalniH, and Glllce oinioslto nnd the negotiation ot loana. Coiirt-hoiis- WILL Juno PRACTICE IN THK COURTS OF 25-l- :, . ..,.! i;JuA.,i..iL..,...L...ilii