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BRIMFULL OF BUSINESS! 1 ' i , NEVER BEFORE HAS BUSINESS OPENED UP SO GLORIOUSLY, AND NEVER BEFORE DID WE HAVE SUCH A : "LARGE ' m WELL SELECTED STOCK TO SHOW OUR CUSTOMERS. . ' ' t In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think we can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. : OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT staples .nsriD zrsroTriEiiLrxEs. Is X aoiFi-iiETi. -s- E tt-xtzei -- OUR -- TAILORING t DEPARTMENT IS OUR PRIDE! ',,-,, ,,, '"" In it you can find aTny kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. COME TO SEE US. We will d0 an in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. Terrible EARTHQUAKE On The 29th, CAUSED BY- - THERE WILL BE A; Harris' IMMENSE STOCK on Hand and Arriving Da from NSW never seen before. TOO " 70X121 and no space to hold them. Therefore I announce to the public at large that I spent a month in securing Bargains, such as was Misses' and Children's Dresses in FLANNEL and CASHMERES for $2.50, worth from $6.00 to $5.00. m A( fI OJLAAlj&If nj f h TO VLiOAlVl Y Ladies' Misses' and Children's, in Astracan, Berlin, Boucle, Plush, Beaver and in all Imported Novelties at such YOU. LOW PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH DRESS ! GrOODS I n all-th- e Latest Designs, the largest assortment ever displayed in this city. our Six, and Eight Button and Mosquitaire in Stitched Back undressed and in the finest imported Kids, also Riding and uLUlLU DLUIlO Driving Gloves. Headquarters for Neck Wear. On Lace Curtains and Screens I can outsell anybody. As to my stock of Fall, all I can say it will surpass any season here before. Millinery, purchased this HI DVEQ I PI flBEQ I III fltf KI ULUlLu ! Piece Goods, Cassimers, Beavers Astracans, Jeans, &c, Best Line Ever Seen in this City. non-payme- nt Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, etc., the best selection at such low prices never known here before. While in the 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 cured a stock from an Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods and Huts, which is entirely price it would cost to import them. My ready-mad- e and which I will sell for one-haMen's Youth's Boy's and Children's separate from my Dry Goods Department, is immense. You will find a select assortment of NKW IDEPAHTM3S1TT. assignee's sale, lf suits, school HEHn -- s-cnr- xs esoiLAXJiTr. ever brought to this city. All I ask is to call and see my entire stock and be convinced that my prices are lower than the lowest. i JT Li $SN. B. "1 J-W- 4" TT W to LUXXii "1 T WJL "Tp OTTa"nriffl 4"C W V WX WWCU WO I SOL. HARRIS, I am the exclusive agent for Butterick's Patterns. A" f St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. vm -. f? blHtti a "Pou "Rent. A hxtpo front room on first floor, corner St. Clnlr unci Clinton It streets. Personal. Mrs. W. H. Jeffries is visiting re- latives in Louisville. Mks Nellie Theobald, of Louisville, is visiting her parents in this city. Miss Jennie Gaines left Wednesday morning for a visit to.Louisville. Mr. L. S. Coleman returned Sunday morning from a visit to Kansas City, Mo Mrs. Geortre Huffman left Wednes day morning for a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mr. A. II. McClure and wife left Monday morning for a visit to relatives in Hopkinsville. Mrs. D. J. Hubble, jr., and children have returned from a visit to friends in Madison, Ind. Mr. Hiram Berry and wife left Thursday afternoon for a visit of several weeks to New York City. Miss Liliie Campbell, of Campbells-burHenry county, has been visiting relatives in this city. Misses Fiorrle and Maggie Owens left Thursday morning for a visit to friends in Louisville. Mrs E. H. Watson, of Louisville, who has been vNitinqr relatives here, g, Law-rencebur- Polsgrove. ment. Business booming in every departDr. Austin was in our city several days last week. Elijah Harrod's child is very sick and not expected to live. J. B. Sandford, wife and C. H. Vaught, were in Monterey Saturday Dick Higdon 1ms three pigs 58 days old which weigh 45 pounds each. Pretty good shontes. Mr. Darslc returns this morning from Shelby ville and will preach in as usual. He his pulpit may be compelled to return to Shelby ville afternoon to continue the very successful meeting he has been conducting there for the past two weeks. Up to Wednesday acnight there had been twenty-fiv- e cessions to the church. and Sunday. J. E. Hardin, of Monterey, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Sand-forin this place. S. P. Harrod is preparing to build a neat little cottage on his place he purchased a short time ago from Jno. d, Cox. The success of our Centennial celebration is mainly due to the untiring energy of Col. John L. Scott, who was one of the principal projectors of the celebration, and persisted in urging it upon the attention of our citizens, through the city papers, until the old town was awakened to the importance of the event, and tojk it up with a whoop. m Mr. Chas. R Gresham, the South Side dry goods merchant, has just received a full and complete slock of goods in his line, which he is now opening and selling at the lowest figures. His goods have been selected with care and are sure to please all who call to examine them. Don't forget the place, Second street, near It. the corner of Shelby. returned home Wednesday. Judge F. R. Feland, editor of the Anderson News, and wife, of were in the city Wednesday. Mr. Julian Tilford, of Elizabeth-towhas been visiting friends and relatives in this city for the past two g, n, weeks. At the earnest solicitations of a larg enumbe rof Dr.Blayney's congregation he has consented to permit the'publication of the sermon, found in another column, delivered on Sunday evening last. It will be issued in pamphlet form also, and can be found at Mr. R. K. McClure's book ttDre, next week, at 10 cents a copy, and extra copies of the Roundabout can be had at this office. The iron fence is going up around the Government Building, the yard has been leveled off and sodded, a splendid concrete sidewalk has been laid in front of it and everything begins to look tidy nnd neat around the building. The contract for the finishing up of the interior of the building lias been let, the party is at work getting out the material for it, and the house will be completed sometime "in the sweet by and by.' The City Council, on Thursday evening, at a special meeting, tender ed to the Commissioners to locate the Colored Normal School five acres of ground on the Fort Hill on which to erect the school building, with the approaches to the same, the location and approaches to be selected by the Commissioners. We are creditably informed that quite a number of our citizens propose to subscribe liberally to the fund to obtain the school, among them Hon. E. H. Taylor, jr., who gives $50. Two white boys about 16 years of age were driving a hay wagon down for Louisville. Mr. Win Knvanaugh, of Clarks-vill- e the Louisville pike Tuesday afterArkansas, who has been visiting noon, coming into town, and when his parents, Rev. H. H. Kavanaugh in the rear of Mr. S. C. Bull's premis- and wife, in this city, left Tuesday es, his little daughter, Cordelia, who afternoon for home. was playing out on the pike with A. Fellmer left Prof some little companions, ran and for NewE.Orleans to attend Thursday the Wedcaught hold of the rear of the wagon, ding of Dr. R. H. Loughridge, forwhen one of the brutes struck her a merly of the Geological Survey, and stinging blow across the face with a Miss Bessie Webb, of that city. black-snak- e whip, nearly putting out Mrs. Maria Kindred, of Calhoun, one of her eyes. Her face was so Georgia, who has been visiting her much swollen the next morning that sister, Mrs. Shelter Richardson, in tenderthe Capt. and his polKjofflcers, city, left Wednesday morning Sid. Douthitt and Dave Lipper, our alio could scarcely see. It is feared thisLangrange, whence she returned earnest and sincere thanks for their for that her sight will be permanently home yesterday. unlimited kindness and trust to be injured. able in the near future to reciprocate m m Miss Kittle Warren, daughter of it fully. Tempus fugit, must desist. Mr. L. B. Warren, of this city, at- "Long live the Blue Wing." Cora Van Tassel. tended the ball of the "Veiled t This favorite little artiste will Prophets," in St. Louis, and was very Hloomington. close her week's engagement at the much admired. Her toilet is thus in the Republican: "Cameo Mrs. Nellie Boots is lying quite low Opera House with two performances given silk, made dancing length: the tinted at her mother's residence near here. At 2 o'clock this afternoon low corsage bordered in marabout Rev. James Fall began a protractthere will be a grand Jadies' and and filled with cropelisse caught by an emerald bar; diamond solitaires ed meeting last Saturday night at children's matinee, when will be proThorne Grove. tan gants deshede." duced the famous Madison Square and Miss Nancy Gravitt is still quite ill Mrs. C. W. Huthsing, daughter of success "Hazel Kirke" with Miss at her home near here of dropsy. Dr. Van Tassel in the titlo role nnd the Mr. L. B. Warren, was present at Gayle, of Peak's Mill, is attending Prophet in St. enire company in the cast. This the "Veiled attire is Ball," describ- her. thus Louis, and her e .'Piling will be the last appearance ed by' the local papers: "Equisite Mias Katie Duval returned Sunof Miss Van Tassel and her splendid watteau gown of pale blue brocade day from an extended visit to her company, on which occasion they satin the sweeping train parting over aunt, Mrs. Kate Luckett, of Frankpetticoat of pale blue and cameo fort. will produce, for the first time here, a pink. The pointed bodice and train the entirely new comedy drama, was bound with a double cord of pink Messrs. Will Webster, Lee Arnold t Woodford,-spenJones, written especially for Miss Van Tas- - and blue. The Elizabeth collar and and Sherman visiting of Sunday friends near sell by Chas, Taylor, entitled "Gyp." sleeves formed of three soft puffs, here. were finished in point lace, pale blue Admission at usual matinee prices. mits tied with pink ribbon: diaOur prayer meeting last Sunday 15 and 25 cents. monds." night wag a great success, it will con- - Rev J. McC. Blayney, ?D. D., left Thursday afternoon for Princeton, to attend the annual session of the Synod of Kentucky. Mrs. Denson, of Louisville, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Jeffries, in this city, returned home Saturday. Miss Jennie Hunter, of Versailles, who has been visiting friends in this city for several days, returned home Monday evening. Mr. Robt. B. Taylor, jr., of Lawrence county, who has been visiting his ya rents in this city, left Tuesday morning for home. Miss Annie Thompson, who has been visiting the Misses Hughes, returned to her home in Lexington Wednesday Morning. Gen. Thos. L. Crittenden and wife, of New York, who have been vifit-in- g Capt. H. I. Todd in this city, left weanesaay lor .Louisville. Mrs. Chas. Hayden and daughter, Mrs. O. B. Theiss, of Louisville, who nave been visiting mends in this city, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Chapman Coleman and daughter, Miss Eugenia, who have been visiting relatives here, left Wednes day morning for Louisville. Mrs. Dan Swigert and son, Mr. Robert A. Swigert, of Fayette county, came down Wednesday morning wedding. to attend the Evans-Evan- s Major W..E. Bradley and wife left Thursday afternoon for New York, having been summoned there on account of the sudden death of MaJ. B.'s father. Mr. Chapman Coleman, Secretary of Legation at Berlin, Germany, who has been visiting Cant. E. H. Taylor in this city, left Wednesday morning The good people of this community are now building a neat school-houswhich is one good step in the right direction. Henry Morrison proposes to supply the people of our city with nice steak and roast beef every week. It will be very convenient. G. M. Y. Hiter, an old resident of Owen county, was in our town last week looking as young as he was forty years ago, we suppose. C. F. Taylor and Wm. Peyton went fishing last week and caught some beautiful bass and calico, which were very much enjoyed by them after cooking. Preaching Sunday by Pastor of Baptist Church, Rev. J. A. Head, of Monterey. Sunday-schoat 3 p. m., prayer meeting every Saturday night. Everybody invited to participate. The Polsgrove Church will soon receive such repairs as to make it nice and comfortable for the winter. We like to see people all mean business and working in the right direction. John Ethingtou, from Owen county, will soon erect a Steam Grist Mill, which investment we think will prove quite profitable. We will gladly welcome Mr. Ethington to our city. J. E. Hardin & Co. have the handsomest store-hous- e to be found anywhere, and it is filled with beautiful goods of every description imaginable, they invite all to come and see them. C. T. Taylor hasconverted the old store-hous- e recently occupied by J. E. Hardin & Co. into a commodious black-smitshop, and invites his friends to call when anything in his line is wanted. Some of our good citizens think they will soon nave a good iron bridge spanning Flat Creek at her mouth. We do certainly hope their Erophesy may be true lor it is a tiling e, ol h We have ever prophesied that Polsgrove would soon be on the boom, as the community in general are pretty well fixed, and lands are as good as can be found anywhere in the country. So we now see her fast climbing the steep, and we think in a few short fleeting years her inhabitants can be counted by thousands. We attended the Centennial at Frankfort and certainly had a most delightful time. We excurted on the elegant and beautiful Steamboat, Blue Wing, which is a palace. It was beautifully decorated and the strains of sweet music floated out on the soft night air, tending to make all remember for what purpose they were going. The noble and gallant Capt. Anderson and his most estimable lady spared no means to make every one enjoy the occasion, in which they fully succeeded and returning we found some of Kentucky's fairest daughters and n number of gentlemen, and soon Solite Capt. Anderson had his the string band arranged in the cabin and invited his guests to get partners for the quadrille, and a number accepted the kind invitation. After a few hours of most exquisite enjoyment we arrived at our homes. In fact the whole occasion was one to be Sorghum making in full blast grinding nil dayand boiling all nightr business hours 4 a. m. till 2 a. in., visitors welcome. Mr. Wflton Pierce and bride, who-havbeen visiting relatives and friends hero returned home on Saturday. TecheT, Institutes are very popular with our school boys, they ought to come oftener and stay longer. School is adjourned. Query agitating the Ridge, has our State any law to forbid a man defending or avenging hfs daughter the victim of a brutal assault? Slight hftch fn the pfke proceedings, some one has kicked between here nnd town. Onr able board of directors are moving cautiously, 8?owfyr legally and with the jtabtletjr of serpents. The Cincinnati Enquirer claims it large circulation ft can now lay bruised. claim to a rapid circulation nnd prove Nipper, a former correspondent It by the movements of the first copy to the Roundabout, passed through of last Tuesday's Issue received here our village Tuesday. He looks as containing the paragraph, Bound young nnd well as he did when he Over. wielded the pen nnd cracked Jiis jokes for us. Long live Nipper. Messrs. Day A Haff are selling' The mysterious Ex El, correspond- some of the finest and fafest oysters ent to the Argus from this place, fails ever brought to this city. Their to send in his news as he should. extra selects are delicious. Try a What is the cause, is he afraid he can of them. will be found out or is it because he is too forgetful to write? Come Gen. John Rodman, of this city, out Ex, EI, and help our cause. Centennial Day was well represent- who has been very ill for some time, ed from Bloomington precinct; near- at the residence of hfs ly every one went, except a few who Judge Chas. S. Grubbs, fn Louisville, remained at home to take care of the Is considered at the point of death, kids. Capt. Quarles' company had a number of our aged and young gentle- and his relatives have been summonmen in it, of whom we may justly be ed to his bedside. proud. The advertisements of Dr. J. C, Harpers Ferry. Aver's standard family medicines, which'were posted by Thomas Heff-ne-r, Dear Uncle Zeke: manager of the bill boards, are Your nephew concurs with the the largest and most attractive ever Courier-Journon the low tariff lacommercial posting. It is bor reform. You see that England fssued for lithographic work, printed first-clacan come over here and dig and ship bv Strobridge & Co., of Cincinnati, to England all our American iron ore and has been extensively noticed and nnd return it to us made into pistols complimented by every one who sees and bowie-knive- s about as cheap as stand of bills near the we can dig the raw metal out of the the bills. The of the child's head, is Capital Hotel, ground. Prices for American labor ns Ann ns anv nhromo we have ever must be cut down for men with much in capital cannot and. will not stand it. seen, the stand on the South Frankfort, ortheold man holdCourier-Journis right on ing in his hand a bottle of Sarsapa-rlfi- a, Yes, the reduction. the tariff-labIs also notably fine, I agree with cousin Harry Beecher, of N. Y., on the ten' cent wages reform. Why the poor convicts have To the Voters of the Second to carry bundles and baskets all over Ward Frankfort and don't get 5, cents a day. The undersigned respectfully announces Why, the poor devils have to even himself as a candidate for a wait on the ladies and don't get as Councilman in the Second Ward, at much as thank you for it. December 4th, 188G. Are you laid up since you got marR. C. CHURCH. ried to that one? What in the nation's got the matter with you that To the Voters of the Second we can't hear from you? Ward. Your affectionate nephew, announces tinue every Sunday evening during the good weather. Miss Hanna Gravitt, Mrs. James Carr, Miss Belle Wallace, Little Misses Mamie Wiley and Emma Kring are on the sick list. Our school suspended from Wednesday until Monday for our teacher to attend the Teachers' Institute held in Frankfort this week. Mr. Geo Wiley's cabbage natch Is proving quite profitable. He takes a load to market two or three times a week and sells out every time. Mr. H. T. Settle had the misfortune to lose his fine two year old male cow (Jumbo.) He refused two hundred dollars for him just a few days before he died. , Mr. George Wiley was driving his young horse last Sunday when it became frightened and upset the wagon, throwingthe occupants to the ground. Mr. Wiley had his arm badly e son-in-la- w, al ss bill-boa- rd al or Lucifeb YOKUM, LouisvilleTobacco market. FUBNISHED BY OLOVEB & DUBBETT, LOUISVILLE TOBACCO W E. The undersigned repectfolly as himself as a candidate for Councilman in the Second Ward, at the election December 4th, 1886. LEWIS MANGAN. MARR1UU. Thursday In this At the The sales on our market for the week evening. Baptist Church 1886, bycity, onGreen Clay Rev. October 14th, just closed amounted to 2,035 hhds. and Smith, Mr. IIawthuonk Hill, of Louisville, and the sales since Jany. 1st, amount to Miss Lillian Sawtikr, of this city. this week concerning the damage to the Burley crop by Frost. The greater part of the Burley crop was housed before the frost; in some localities the damage was considerable but in the aggregate only a very small porcentage of the crop has been hurt in tha least. Prices for the better grades of Burley have been decid- ly higher this week, in fact higher than for some time past. The following quotations fairly represent pur market for burley tobacco. Dark Trash 2.50 to $3.50 Colory Trash 4.50 8.50 to Common Lugs, not colory. 8.60 to 4.00 Colory Lugs 4.50 to 6.00 Common Leaf, not colory. 4.50 to 6.50 Good Leaf 7.00 to 10.00 Fine Leaf 10.00 15.00 We Select Wrappory Tobacco. 16.00 to 20.00 to than the number sold up to this date last year. We have had a great many reports 107,974 hhds. which is only 169 hhds. less Housekeepers, Attention! IF TOD WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD, USE LeCOMPTE'S BAKING POWDER! Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by Joseph LeCompte PROPRIETOR OF THE A Captain's Fortunate covery. Dis- FAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE AND I to-da- 1 Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, L'COWPTE'S HANDSMOOTHEB. plying between Atlantic City and N, Y.f had- - been troubled with a cough FOR SALE so that he was unable to sleep, and lie was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It not only gave him instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in hit CONTAIN ING 152 ACRUS, breast. His children were similarly the affected and a single dose had the Adjoining milesKentuckyofMilitary Institute, sis south Frankfort. effect. same happy Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remTwo-Sto- ry Souse I edy in the Coleman household and A Comfortable on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at And good on the place; well watered, and greater part In gross: eight acres In apple Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store. 4 orchard, trees !u excellent bearing condition. For FARM out-hous- m Pea Ridge. Dry weather, springs low. Bro. Roberts nrpnoliral hnro loot Sunday to a large, attentive congre gUllUII. further lnlormattou. apply at Payne Insurance Office, or to & Berry's 104t. GKN'L SCOTT BROWN. SMALL FARM FOR SALE. 1 the Frankfort and Georgetown turnpike, one half mile east of th Forks of Elkhorn. The place has a new dwelling house, an1 all necessary out buildings,, and contains 'about 4a acres of good blue grass land, about one-haof which Is bottom. Possession given nt once. 1886-laSrpU 17, LLOYD FEATHER8T0N. lt i. T OFFER FOR SALE MY FARM SITUATED ON Mrs. Hord nnd Mrs. "Kntln Tlnrrt of Middletown, are visiting Mrs. Joe. xruuy aim ruiaiives uere. 3 ory of tho oldest inhabitant. I supposed the land, but the unsung multitudes of its OUR CENTENNIAL. humble but worthy citizens. it only played at Centennials, but a f riond Habits of industry, frugality and pertold me that somo foreign traveler who severance have always been a largo factor had gono through the wilds of America in in development of any community. 1832 told in this book that thoro was in They who laid the foundations of our city Rev. J, front of tho Capitol of Kentucky a founSpecial Cor. of The Louisville Times. were neither idlers nor spendthrifts. tain which on occasions. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 8. In common Another old played told Statethat it nont home, and are to day, whose dauntless They had neither timo for the ono, nor Jn the First Presbyterian Ckutck, spirits have not been surpassed by tho means for the other. The support of with a great many thousand others I did its spray into citizen on mo occasion tho tho air of heroes of the world's battlefields. Raise themselves and their families was tho myself the honor of taking in Frankfort's Lafayette's visit, and tho polite FrenchFiankfort, Ky , Sunday evengreat Centennial the other day. It was man said it equaled the fountains at Veryour noblest peans to these. achievement of their own exertions. ing, Oct. loti, 1886, after Another quiet but powerful influenco in They did not stand and wait for some- great in every sense of the word, and it sailles. I was inclined to boliove theso moulding tho community for good, is that thing to turn up for some windfall to would havo paid some good people whom stories somewhat apocryphal, however. Centennial Week. which has gone out and taken possession fill their coffers. They hewed their own I wot of to come a thousand miles to see Up in the Capitol building tho hall of of the fountains of influence outside the fortunes out of the native forest. They it. It is tho first timo in my knowledge of tho Houso of Representatives had been homo in tho organization of Sunday and dwelt not in ceiled houses. Thoy wielded her that Frankfort has taken on an indi- transferred into something lovely for tho ""For None of us LIvcth to Himself." Rom. 14:7. Mission Schools, and benovolont and re- tho ax and saw with their own hands; viduality of her own without rezard to first timo in its eventful career of stupid else about tho During tho past week the story of a cen lief societies of various kinds. Lot who felled the virgin oak, and hewed and built what anybody of thought so much aright hideonsness. Tho desks and chaiis had tho wrong Being city tury of our city's lifo has boon told, and will offer adulation to the great public it into the cabin sixteen feet square as re- or strangers and it. given to accommoda- boen removed and the ladies had filled so men who have brought name and famo to quired by law to validate their titles. of accentuated by such a pageant of parade ting herself to tho whims and fancies of the room with a wealth of artistic treasand decoration and illamination, as has our city, I will bear my homage and lay it And so they grow and prospered, and left visitors or official people residing there for ures of antiquities. Thoro wero ancient ararely been surpassed in this or any other at the feet of those noble women who or to their children this goodly little city a time, furniture and specimens of fancy she has usually been rather com- beautiful as they were ancient. work as with its happy, comfortablo, and some An old .part of tho land. That story has been a ganized here in Frankfort the first west of the Alleghonies, and times luxurious homes. And let me tako plaisant than original. She has been in a piano and a spinning-whee- l stood side by most interesting one, and has been sot in n school limited way cosmopolitan, and if she had side, a fair young and I dazzling picture in the memory of the who thus laid tho foundations of an insti- occasion here to say to the young any eccentricities her own kept them her fingers noticed over tho keys girl run idly of tho generation. The whole community has tution in our midst which has como to be the men and women of the present, that packed away in a of cedar che3t, with lavenbeen interested and aroused as never be- very vestibule of the church, through which these are tho elements of success in lifo der and rosemary to preserve them proper- instrument as her great grandmothor might have done at the samo sunny age. fore. Tho eyes of the present generation the generations enter into tho possession always and everywhere. Don't despair if ly flavored for family uso. Sho always have been fixed upon tho shadowy forms of the covenants and promises and grace you have not a goodly patrimony. Don't her company smile for the public, buthad The keys wero yellow and somowhat batof the past that still live And walk in our of God. And through this institution, I wait for fortune. Don't think you are was oftentimes tho smile of a bored host-it tered, but tho old music box gave, in its cracked nnd tremulous voice, somo anch midst, and shall for centuries to come. believe, they have done more to make the going to grow rich some day by buying ess. "We have been taught in the histories of city a desirable habitation for onrsclves lottery tickets, or by running about to Bat on this occasion tho old girl was sounds as might be made by tho spirit of the day how oven animal instinct has left and families than the combined influenco get points for tho race track. Get down herself, and a noble self it was, too. Sho the old dame who first owned it trying to warble a lovo song of that forgotten time. its trace on tho lifo of man. Tho buffalo of all tho eminent men whoso names adorn to work, hard work of some kind. stood on tho Iront porch in her builds a highway into tho pathless wilder- the century. And shall we render our tri- Begin at the beginning. Don't think to old dress of rich brocade and her I didn't see any of the girls experiment however. Maybe ness for tho advance of civilisation, tho bute to them and bring no incense to begin where your fathers left off. If you silk stockings and satin slippers, with her with thespinning-wheel- , beaver's home Hxod tho spot where now theso? All honor, say I, to the founders of wait on fortune, spend your time in com- black hair coiled in heavy masses and held they thought it was a buzz saw, and and not only the plaining idleness, try to live with tho to take of it. stands tho Capitol of a sovereign State. the Sunday-schooin place by her tortoise shell comb, whioh feared perhaps hold most desirable part But tho of Tho lives of tho brute creation emphasize founders, but to all the noble, earnest best and carouse with the fastest with or rose above her stately head like the diadem the teaching of tho text "None of us livoth band who have toiled therein from its be- without means, it requires no prophet's of an Eastern Empress. Her company this display was tho array of pictures of the old Governors and other celebrities to himself." No matter how low our lot ginning till now. And if any of the wo- kon to predict that in the coming cen- smile was not on her lips, but the sweet would rear for tury your home will much more likely bo may bo cast in tho scale of humanity, it men of Frankfort which took its place had the dig- connectod with the history of Frankfort. may bo but ono remove from the beasts themselves such a monument as the Sunday- the sixteen feet square cabin your fathers nity and warmth and tender invitation of There was a long lino of picture3 by Jouott is to the names of Mrs. Brown began in, than some mansion as much some fifteen or twenty of thorn I judged, that perish we get help to mould tho lifo tho lady of the manor when her deporttho centuries to come and we dream and Mrs. Love, and like them project their better than ours as ours is better than ment says sincerely what the Spaniard though I did not count them. Some one of influence into the coming century to theirs. Success in life is achieved, not my hearing that it was tho largest not to what oxtent. speaks in idle words: "My house is siid in Our attention during this Centennial mould it for good, I would suggest to them picked np, not dreamed out. If you yours and all its ancillaries were created and best collection of his pictures which week has been largely pointed to a few the practicability of tho organization of would do anything for yourself, or to im- for your pleasure." She received her had ever been placed on exhibition. conspicuous personages of the past, as an Orphan's Home, or some such institu press yourself on coming generations, guests with calm confidence in her re- There were also two portraits by Sir though thoso wero tho solo or chief build- tion where neglected and homeless chil- buckle on the harness, set down to toil sources, knowing that there was enough Joshua Reynolds an old gentleman and if need be, and by sobriety, silver in the old mansion to make tho his wife in the starchy costume of moro ers of this community. I grant you their dren may be gathered out of associations than a hundred years ago. I could not names aro illustrious names to be proud which train them np to become panpers industry, frugality and grit, build up your tables shine, and that the old brass 3 tell much about of names we all would like to have on our and criminals, and where they may bo own fortune and project yourself into the had been polished till they shone ings, because thothe morits of the paintlight in this abominable gencological tree; but the actual builders brought under influences that will make century to come. honNo, no, my friends, what we see about like gold. Her words wero few but finger-- room, whether it comes trom the outer some of them good and useful citizens. It would of what wo see about us con- est, and tho visitor who touched her be a fitting outcome from the jubilations us world or the chandeliers, seems put in for is not the work of tho few them aro not at all, no more than the tips outside her silken mits knew that gifted orator of the day who pours forth of the week, and would havo a telling in- spicuous individuals whoso names have he touched her heart. Tho old girl was the express purpose of preventing a perfluence on the morals, prosperity find furnished tho themes of the orator's son from seeing anything. When I was an hour's eloquence at the laying of a her own exemplar on this happy day; sho -stone, is tho builder of the magnificent good name of the Frankfort of the future. and poet's eulogiums. We havo not to needed no French maid to dress her, no present both daylight and gaslight wore And then the Church, tho Church of tho wait to become great before we can edifice that rises there. Ah! I tell you, master of deportment to tell hor what to having their innings, and they seemed to thoro'a boon a powerful sight of brawn and living God! Who will sing her blessed influence the future. Those beautiful do; she merely let her gentle blood show knock each other out very scientifically, brain built into tho structure we inhabit ministry hero during the century past? islands that dot the Southern seas, and forth itself in gentle dignity, and could so that tho most of the pictures looked like mere blurred shinincr rise like mountains from the ocean's have in ostentatious that does not trlittcr before the e.ve like Her steady witness-beorinwalked a minuet with any Prince in frames. Some of canvass could e in depths, were not thrown up there by the them I not seo at the fresco on tho wall or the gilding on the through all the years like a Christendom, and made him fenl that all dome, but is rather the very granite and the night hor holy sacraments and ordi- efforts of a few prodigies of those coral the beauties of his court were boors com- nil, and in many others I could hardly distinguish a feature or two. But, being by girder and groin which constitute the sub- nances, channels of God's grace to human insects, but by oach one coutinually pared to her. Jouett nnd Sir Joshua, I was willing to stance and form and strength and beauty hearts her awful truths, unceasingly depositing its grain of sand. So this A grand old girl you aro, Miss Frankof the wholo fabric It was a kind of sounded in the ears of men, appealing to community now is the aggregation of the fort! X always loved you, for the aroma walk by faith and admit them to be works of high art without even a sight of thorn. .hammer and trowel and hod work that the purest motives, summoning to noblest thoughts, deeds and influences of all who of s was a part of you, now I did not undertake to make an invenand purposes her perfect pattern for human have lived, toiled, suffered and died here. I love you more than ever here's but you, has made tho real Frankfort of not the incidontul circumstances that great life held forth in the life of the divine Tho now sainted spirits that have during sweetheart, up to my eyes in mint;to blow tory of the articles in this collection, but like everything else connected with this orators havo poured forth their eloquence man why, it would require an angel's the century presided over Frankfort's a kiss to you through intervening I here that Burr plotted hero Lafayette voice and harp to sing worthily her homes; the willing toilers who havo gone and long to bring you ono and lay itspace, celebration it was exceedingly cretlitnblo gent rested hero or Louis Fhillipe danced achievement, in transforming, ameliora- out and gathered in the children and ly on your lips, just as a wavo of moon- to overy one assisting in it. That old room saw itself decked out so grandly behere. No, I would tear away all this tinsel ting, refining and embellishing society taught them of God's love and Saviour their blossomed fra- never light broke and gewgaw from before the eyes of the here. And shall nojubilate bo sung every one who has lived right and devel- grance. Youupon your years a century, fore, nnd will not likely ever wear such a count young of the present generation. There for all this heavenly ministry for a oped a strong And true Christian charac but oh, my dear, I'll bet my head a good, gala dress again. It was a porfect expoShall ter every one who has toiled diligently sition of the best relics of antiquity, and enough of that in their dreams without hundred years in our midst? is warm kiss would make your eyelids making it tho coloring of a great Centen- it go wholly unmentioned on this at his trade or business or profession, and bind your throbbing heart about close tho groups of lovely women who stood with about or walked around the room admirnial picture. Tho names of those great Centennial occasion? Tear down theso and has honestly built up his own for- wreaths of balmy dreams. ing the various articles and chatting to who have really toiled on the founda- church buildings in your city, withdraw tune every one who has put a hand to any ones knew thore would be great crowds on tions of our social structure, I would by all that their influence has wrought into part of the church's great work all who allI the trains, so I went down tho day be- each other gave to the scene nil the fresh interest of a bright and happy present. all means givo a conspicuous plaoe on the human life here, and it would be like tear- have suffered patiently, borne heroically who fore city's escutcheon; but its only a small ing out the pillars on which the building all who have spoken words of cheer, lived couldthe great event. Even then hefortu- They say there wero very fine women in secure a seat on the cars was rests. Your social order would tumble in kindly lives, done charitable deeds, and place after all they occupy. nate, for very many had to stand, and the olden days, and I don't doubt it, but I thoy got fairer as the world grows The roll of those who have wrought well ruins about you. Your material prosper- shined by the light of a good example were severalj extra coaches think though hero contains many a name that has never ity would shrink away. Your property all these are represented in the social on the there the ladies had to older; and for genuine, fresh beauty I invade the train, been woven into poet's verse many a one would depreciate. Your homes would lose structure into which we of the new cen- smoking car. At it was like would put tho present crop of Kentucky which not even a boars. I their charm. Without the Christian re- tury now enter. If they have not all been the day before the Frankfort the Sparrow women against all the treasures of the unsearchable Past and the unending Fuwould sing tho unsung I would, ligion, and her ministries during the past architects and master builders, they have Hawk, when one tourney of ture. And if the scene that I looked at in if I could, cnuso to defile by before your, century, Frankfort to flee would be a been good workmen, building in a pillar from rathor here, or girder there, or dressing and lay- "Down the long street, riding wearily, that dingy old hall could be transmitted eyes all thoac who during tho century gono moral plague spot have toiled in any manner on tho common than the beautiful city it is in the midst ing a stone, or placing a brick, or putting Found every hotel full, and everywhere just as it wns to future generations, miledifice who have dressed a stone, or made of the hills in which you can safely build a straw or grain of sand into a brick; and Was hammer laid to hoof, and the hot hiss lions yet unborn would say that I was a so the whole building has risen through And bustling whistlo of the youth who bully boy with a glass eye and know a good a brick, or laid in a trowel of mortar. All your homes and rear your children. scoured thing when I saw it. Bad as the light was these aro tho real architects of the commuAnother influence in the development the century, and without the work of any on the pictures, it could not hiile the nity. All these deserve well. All these of a community's life is that of charac- ono of all these it would not be exactly His master's armor." have helped to enrich tho heritage with ter, which all have of one kind or anothor. what it is Round the depot was so great a crowd beauty of the women. I could see them And as we enter into tho labors of the that it was almost impossible to tret off in the dimmest part of the hall and enjoy which we aro blessed. Inspiration puts it : "He that is slow to Prominent among the influences that angor is better than tho mighty, and he past, so will coming generations into tho car. Everybody seemed to be expo' their loveliuoss with my eyes, even though have shaped tho life of tho century, I that ruleth his own spirit than he that ours. Each one of us has a work to do ing menas, ana everyoouy was crowding I knew them not. In Cimmerian darkwould extol the Christian home and tho taketh a city." Tho truly great man, on the social fabric of the future. "None up to greet them. The throng was most- ness I believe instinct would lend mo to xaultitudo of noble women who dexteri-ousl- therefore, according to the Divine stand- of us liveth to himself." Wo can't do it ly composed of plump maidens, as pretty the fi le of a pretty v o nnn, if ono was wrought there, giving the touch of ard, is the man who has fought and con- if we would. We all are busily weaving as the excitement of the occasion joined there, and I would stand by her ulo as beauty, of goodness, of heroism to tho quered self, and who holds self in perpet- tho threads of our lives into the mighty to a most bounteous liberality of Nature close to her ns I could get until day broke plastio material Qod has brought to their ual subjection. Many a man has lived warp and weft that is to stretch across tho could make a maid. In trying to find and the cows came home, just to get one hands. While men at the bar and on the and died here during the past century, centuries. What is the form and color of my way out to the open space beyond the furtive glnnco at her. Ah! woe is mo beforum have been about the bootless task whose name has never appeared in the the patterns we are working in which are building, I was caught in a perfect sea of cause it is so, and yot I would not help it of trying by tho breath of their eloquence public annals of the city, who, in the to remain for all time tho impress of our drapery, the flounces and furbelows float- if I could. to bond or break the sturdy oak of man- judgment of heaven, was greater than lives? We say flippantly wo shall not ing all up around me, and I was tossed But woman, lovely as sho is, is not the hood, their wiser wives and sisters in the Wilkinson, who commanded tho armies of livo till another Centennial. Ah! but we hither and thither like a cork, being pow- only seductive influence in the world. ' To seclusion of homo havo been moulding the nation, but sold himself for gold; shall. Wo will live by our influenco, by erless to battle with the waves of precious me there is something in tho smell of n with gentle hand theplinnt sprout of child- or Burr, whose sojourn here is heralded the issue of our deeds. And wo shall live maidenhood around me, because I could barbecue which seems to gratify while it hood, and giving it form and strength and abroad as reflecting honor on the placo, in the great hereafter to look back upon not even muster up a wish to leave so allures, and to give an appetite while it beauty at will. Which, think you, is the but who could not curb his own ambition. tho results of our lives, whether for weal sweet an environment. Now it was an satisfies the senses. I had no sooner greater achievement, in thelightof reason The building up of a good, strong, Chris- or woe on humanity. Be careful, there- eddy of beauty and then it was a swirl of stepped off the train at Frankfort than and history, the brilliant forensic efforts of tian character is a work that acta directly fore, how you build from day to day. sweetness. Tho human stream was con- the fnint odor of hickory smoke spiritual a Marshall to bear down his opponents by and powerfully on the life of any com- Live as bofore the eyes of coming genera- fined in tho narrow space between the and dreamy with the fleshly suggestion of twenty years of relentless following, or munity. Tho sum total of individual tions. Send out influences you may not depot wall and the and I could barbecuing meat about it greeted my tho quiet, patient moulding of the moth- worth is the moral character of tho want to call back. You can never do not help jostling the fair ones who were senses. Every whero I went it followed ers who gavo to Brown and Innes strength place. How many then in the century that. You may pray God to stay or de- darting about like dolphins and embrac- me ns if it had become one with tho town, of character to resist temptation and so to past have thus week by week and year by stroy the evil influence that has gone ing and kissing each 'other in a way to and its full sentiment participated in the withstand tho torront of the great orator's year been quietly building their material out from your life, but in vain; on it will make your head swim. I didn't get angry coming day of grace. I knew my friend A few flow, not only through tho century, but to when they jostled me, for I am a very pa- Gus Jnubert was in charge, for ho is the oft ropoatod and powerful invective? into the edifice we occupy Which will shiuo tho brighter Xo. the centu- years ago an old man died in the Massa- tho end of time. Shine by the light of a tient man, aud can stand to be crowded only man loft in this part of tho country ries to come ? Which of the achievements chusetts' State Prison. For eight years humble, faithful, holy life. Align your- by young women like a philosophy. since Jake Hostetter died, who can make and he had occupied one of its gloomy cells. self with the Church of the living God. So when they pressed up closely against a perfect burgoo and barbeouo without would you chooso for your own to havo throughout' the mighty hereafter? His influenco had dragged after him into Fight with tho army of tho right. Wit- me in their exoitement I did not utter an spot or blemish. I had nothing to do but follow tho smell and flud him, which I did. Ah! wo often stupendously mistake in our that samo institution his entire family. ness for the world's Savior, take his cross angry word or even have an Back of the State House I saw him in estimates of tho moral forces that mould His wife and daughter and seven sons upon your shoulder and hold it aloft and thought. Tho eloquonce of a wore serving out penal sentonces there at bear it on down tho century as far as God But at last, borno along with tho crowd, his glory like a General surroundod by tho generations. Marshall or a Clay may thrill and enthrall tho same time. Verily "the iniquities of wili give you life to go; and "its radiance I got out into the open street. Every- his staff. A largo squnre was inclosed by for the time, and may be spoken of with the fathers are visited on tho children." streaming" will do ten thousand times where could be heard hammering, and long tubles, and inside tho barrier wore admiration throughout the land, and we In that same State seventy years ago, a moro to enlighten and bless humanity the decorators wero abroad in tho land the burgoo kettles, their contents simmermay bo proud to claim these great men for good minister died who had been pastor than all the lustre that shines from a Walking on the sidewalks was almost out ing over beds of live coals. On tho but the mem- of the same church for forty years. He whole galaxy of the world's greatest of tho question, and in the middle of tho ground were great piles of corn aud ancestors or ory of a mothor's life and words will re- was the fourteenth eldest son in the same names. Aud if poets and orators at the street people went up and down and cross tomatoes and the numerous other ingremain stamped imperishable on the hardest family, who had boen a preacher of right- next Centennial sing not your deeds, each other's path like ants when their nest dients of this the richest nnd most geuer-ou- s of all soups. I am not given greatly heart, and oftentimes bring back the eousness. Since his death over a hun- angels in heaven will, and God himself is disturbed. It was evidtnt that Frankprodigal from tho ends' of the earth to dred of his descendants havo been Chris- from his high throno will speak the fort was preparing for the greatest event to eating, especially when I have large weop ovor her grave. Her influonco is tians, and eight of his sons and grandsons blessed plaudit: "Well done good and in her history, and was.determined to do quantities of food before me, but this the handsome in every particular. A- sceiio makes mo hungry now when I recall mighty and liwting. Tho lightning may have been ministers of the gospol. faithful servant." A century! How short, how long! lready nearly every house was gorgeous it. At that time it reminded mo of a glare and duzzle and rive, and thunder Through that family for sixteon generadreadfully; but it is the quiet, gentle shin-- ' tions God has been "showing mercy to How short beside eternity How long in with decorations flags und festoons of Homeric banquet before Troy. Hero ing of tho sun that builds np the giant oak thousands of them that love him and its influences hero and horoaftorl A cen- cedar and bunting for the day, and droop- was a big kettlo holding nearly six hunwhich heaven's heaviest thundorbolts can keep his commandments," And with tury hence! Where shall wo be, what ing lines of Chinese lanterns for tho dred gallons, one whose capacity was two th.eo of one do no moro than scar. 80 the quiet, un- such examples of tho influenco of indi- shall we be? A century in heaven, or a night. Even the pillars of the portico at hundred und twenty-five- , of home has vidual character for good or for evil, who century in hell! And then tho same cen- tho grim old State House were covered hundred gallons each, four of sixty galobtrusive every day been the moulding power to make our will dare deny that the real builders of tury upon century and centuries without from top to bottom with decorations, and lons each, and one dear little baby of a town what it is, far beyond the influeuoo this community were not the fow great end! Great God make us live as in tho the dusty old fountain in front of it was pot of twenty-fivgallons capacity. How playing for the first time within tho mem I did long for a sup of the broth out of that has fallen from tho most gifted ora ones whose names havo shiuod through light of eternity. A SERMON, tor's lips or gone out from tho statesman's mostsklllf ul diplomacy. And what weariness and tears and prayers, and heartDELIVKBED BX aches and agonies that tho world knows not of, havo been inwrought with this 3tcC. Blayney. D. D., home influence! I believe truly that thoro havo been heroines in many a Frankfort How Falcon Saw It. I fe' W Sunday-- short-waiste- d l, to-da- y -school V hard-fiste- and-iror.- to-da- to-da- y corner- c, light-hous- tube-rose- to-da- y, r V head-ston- e to-nig- to-da- y to-da- y car-trac- k to-da- to-da- y fellow-oitizon- s; 1 sun-shin- o o ifliiP """ 7 T' A -- - r -- yprr- y ' P" H M. P. GRAY. LEE S. CHURCH. MEW STORE! GRAY & HHHBRH! NEW STOCK! We are now ready for business, and are prepared to make low w CASH PRICES ON HARDWARE! For the Builder, Farmer, Merchant, Distiller, and Millman. We also have a large line of .. v , ,,..- - Cooking and Heating Stoves, Tinware, FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered nt the us second-claspost-offic- &c. Fair dealing with the consumer is the basis of a permanent business, and we hope, by prompt attention and low prices, to meet your wants and merit your trade. at Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. Mrs. Dora Ferguson invites everybody to her millinery opening Oct. e s GEORGE A. LEWIS, fc. Es3.Itor and. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 16, 1886. H pfe' R Dr. Davies, of Henderson, Ky., will preach at the Southern Presbymorning terian Church ami evening. w A large party of young men left this city Wednesday night for a coon hunt in the Bridgeport neighborhood. They caught several coons, and were caught in the storm of wind and rain of that night. Hon. L. M. Martin, of Cynthiana, Senator in the last Legislature, and Miss Katie G. Bush, daughter of Hon. W. P. D. Bush, of this city, were married Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's parents, in the presence of a large company of friends and invited guests. Rev. J. McU. Blaney, D. D. performed the ceremony, mid the happy couple left on the C. & O. train at 10 o'clock for a trip to the eastern cities. The wedding presents were very numerous and costly. Mr. S. Coleman Owens, of this county, returned Saturday afternoon from the reunion of the old soldiers who took part in the battle of Perry-vill- e in October, 1802, upon the battlefield of that place. He visited, while there, the portion of the field where his command, Company I of of the 32d Kentucky Infantry, Jack-sou- 's Brigade, supported Loomis' Battery, and brought away as a a conical shot which he picked up near the place where he stood during a portion of the battle. sou-venor 1 and 19. Dr. W. I. Kelly ,of Cincinnati, the specialist, will be in this city, at the Capitol Hotel, next Saturday, Oct. 2.3d. as his advertisement in this paper shows. m All those of our citizens who were scholars of the late Prof. B. B. Sayre are requested to meet at the Court House on Wednesday evening next? at 7i o'clock. Johnnie Cassell says the eight gray horses are ready for another Centennial, but instead of his George Washington suit, sword and little hatchet, lie will wear a John L. Scott costume. Hon. W. J. Chinn bought the frame office which stood on the corner of the Government Building lot, and removed it to a lot owned by him at the west end of Wapping 18 820,000 CLOTHIITG& - 820,000 STOCK:- - BOUGHT AT THE Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim Great Auction Sale! Bauer, at These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! street. Mr. R. K. McClnre has left on our desk a sample of different styles of superior steel pens, manufactured by Messrs Geo. F. Merrill & King, of Boston, for the sale of which he is the agent in this city. They are all first class articles which should be given a trial by our citizens. LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy V K 1 & Mr. John T. Buckley has just received a handsome ornament which the city will put up at the Main entrance to the Government Building. It is a combined drinking fountain and gas lamp. It is made of iron, handsomely bronzed, i? seven feet inches square nt tall, and twenty-seve- n the base. There are four drinking spouts, one on each side, with cup atCora Van Tassel in a repertore of tached and two large lamps on the popular successes. top. It cost the city about $400. CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. Starks. Crutcher wrEazxTE -- hjlij. PUBLIC SALE A- S - . n porter, Jeff Allen,, the wits moving a party to one of the houses on Short street, South Frankfort, Monday afternoon, and in making a short turn his wagon was upset and he was caught under it, being badly bruised up. Cash Ellis and Henry Weiseger, jr., were in the vehicle at the time, but the former fell in such u manner that the wagon bed only closed down over him without injury, and the latter saved himself by jumping out. Jeff, is somewhat advanced in years and the injury is likely to go hard with him. well-know- A little daughter of Mr. Pat. Russell was knocked down and run over, W Monday afternoon, while crossing St. Clair street, in front of Mr. Geo. Salender's grocery, by Mr. G. R. Rodman's carriage, and badly bruised up, both wheels of the carriage passing over lier head. The colored man, who was driving the carriage, failed to see her until she was under the wheels. Mr. Russell witnessed the accident to his little girl from the door of his news depot, and ran out into the street, pulled the man from the carriage and called for the police, when officer Williams came and he turned the driver over to him. OF I will sell ut public outcry, ut the CourtThe interior of the Court House is house door In the City of Frunktoit, on Monday, November 1st, 1886, two shares of btock in the being materially changed. Thestair-wa- y Franklin County Farm, 1 raukfort and Owen Turnpike Company. Terms B.B. bOANTLAND.Adm'r. at the back of the court room h iL leading to the jury rooms has been THE TERRY FARM! MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1886. taken down, and the entrance to I will sell at public sale, on the premises, on (COURT DAY.) them will hereafter be from the vesOF THE ESTATE OF The floor has been taken up SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886, T WILL ON THE ABOVE DAY SELL TO THE tibule. A ALL CREDITORS hereby notified to prove are judge's bench will The Terry Farm, a well known and very fine farra-7- 1 highest bidder, at the Court House door In theirChas. O'llara me before the Urst day of the and relaid, and the clulniB before 12 m., the Ky., or about miles by turnpike from Frankfort or Lawrence, hereafter bo at the west end of the burg, about 8 miles from either Bridgeport, Alton, Frankfort,which Iutpurchusedthe hour of L. J. Cox, next October term of the Franklin Circuit Court, from Mr. the farm JAS. ANDREW SCOTT, gate, . bept. Master Commissioner, F. C. C. room, with the floor of the space in or Hardlnsvllle, the pike passing the frontacres, containing ubout with u bridge over the creek, containing 217 except In grass front of it reserved for the lawyers all sown In or cloverund re. ubout SO acres, which Is The Improvements wheat brick and jury level, but from the door to consist of solidly built good house of seven rooms, pantry, and kitchen, double cabin for ser- Of good land situated about 3 miles from Frank- aHE PROPERTY ON WHICH I RESIDE IN the railing surrounding the same it vants, large stables, granury, pike, fo mile from 1 South h runkfort, comprising four acres. As a tine fort, Ky., on the Peak's Mill suit purchasers. is inclined so that persons sitting on lurge orchard In full bearing, etc Fencingagood the Owenton pike, 1 mile from the Georgetown whole or In lots to STODDARD J. pike und Ufa miles from the VerJ OHNSTON, It new. and a the rear seats can see over the heads In the great deal ot of spring FInelwell and spring and Frankfort pike, lbO acres of which Is Frankfort, Ky. water In stable lot sailles und Frankfort acres In fine timber, all jurd; a pool bottom land, 8u rich of those in front of them. This ar- and abundance of stock water on the place. well watered and fenced. This lund will be posIn TERMS. cash; may rangement will prevent the standing two, and three years, bearing remainder the one, itively sold and a bargain Land be expected. HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE. rate Messrs. Interest at Agents, LexJ. Delph & of six per cent- per annum, secured by Hen und ington, Ky.,E.will show bon, land, and Mr. Wm. upon the seats and crowding within Insurance on buildings. Possession given immethe PRIVATE 8ALE MY Gaines, coal dealer at the Frankfort bridge, will T and lot situated on Broadway street, HOUSE diately. between the railng as heretofore give Information regarding the same. High. The house Ann and same time will be sold some horse stock. At PUBLIC SALE! - AS FOES A.L2U. ADMINISTRATOR OF W. H. JONES, NOTICE. 25-t- d. 260 ACRES FOR8ALE. buggy-hous- e, com-crl- b, smoke-hous- e, hen-hous- e, One-four- th - BWpBho0"' Mrs Phoebe Ceesloy, Peterson, Clay county, Iowa, tells the following reor JUDGE W.WibK'" FOR SALE OR RENT. Sept markable story, the truth of which is further information address the undersigned at Frankfort, Ky. on Franklin county, vouched for by the residents of the Bridgeport, Sale to commence or cull a. blm on the 11 at in town; "I am 73 years old, have been premises. OF 70 ACRES, LYING ON THE R. B KINKEAD. Oct. 16, Bonds For Sale! ASMALLJfARM one mile and a Quarter from County troubled with Kidney complaint and city, suitable for u dairy farm. Apply to this lameness for many years; could not W. T. GAINES. Oct. tt UNDERSION'iprcOMMISSIONERS OF dress myself without help. Now lam County Court, will, from the date, receive sealed bids, at County Clerk's office this free from all pain andsoreness,and am on 20,i)0u worth of Franklin County Bonds, bearing OF CHANGING MY LOCATION I able to do all my own housework. I DESIROUS for sale my farm, 125 acres, situatInterest at 6 per cent, from date of sale until owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for ed on the Louisville pike, m Franklin county, ifa HAVINO BEEN APPOINTED paid, redeemable at the option of the Franklin water' re 18-l- Renews Her Youth. Including u fine rockaway horse, several head of cows, among which are three superb milkers; some calves, yearlings, etc.; bunch of good ewes with Southdown buck. , A credit of six months will be given for notes, with upproved security, payable in bank. For the Terms will be mude to suit anybody. GEORGE W. HENRY, Rossland Park Stock Farm, Asbkuin, oct. Md. 111. contains eight lurgo rooms, with kitchen and servants rooms. The lot Is ubout fifty feet front and runs back about one srMar1 18b0-t- FOE SA.LEI 2-- T Try a bottle only 50 cents at Jos, LeCompte's drug store. 4 pain." having renewed my youth and completely all disease and re-inov- ea mile from Oroefensburg and IVa miles from Frankg fort. Excellent dwelling bouse, 6 rooms, well, splendid young orchard, together with For further Informaall necessary tion apply to the undersigned, Graefensburg, Shelby county or on the premises. ROBERT SORTS, never-fullin- Oct. the lute Strothcr Pierce, all persons knowing themselves Indebted to him will please come forwurd and settle at onco, and all tboso hnvlna claims luralnst the estate of said deaufent are notified to present the same, proiwrly proven, JOHN S. PIERCE, JR., forsetUement. AuuiiiKiyaui County Court ut anytime within 20 years. bids received will be opened ut io o'clock, a. The m.. Oct. 16, 1880, and the bonds sold to the highest bidder. c. w. THRKLKELD, OCt.D, 1886.-2- t. JAMES CARR, D ILLIAMS, COKUIS8I0NEBS. J , ! iMitifcrt, ILxJl lfe ....... m. j- -l.. 9BH Em Hi FOR SOLE! BHBfiHIHS! '2BM11 vsiiillll We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats7 Caps, Books and Stationery to our Button, For the coming season. We would call especial attentionlines at line of Gents' $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Shoes, infor style 81.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. These goods Bals and Congress; also our Ladies' Kid and Pebble Goat and money before making your and durability cannot be surpassed, and you will save timeand shapes by examining the stockwe styles complete, and invite you to call is full and purchases. Our line of Hats and Caps in ail the latest These goods will .be sold at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronege. and examine them. Respectfully, MEAGHER BRGTHEHS. i'KANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 16, 1886. If you would have appetite, flesh, Wanted. color, strength, and vigor, take Ayer's po tatoes, Sarsaparllla, that Incomparable tonic and blood purifier. C,000 Mastin Bros. J. Heeney's. bushels of Irish Country hums and shoulders at SLICKER flSWOVKTSV HHIIIIMbbHHsIssK TlicEest Waterproof Coat. Another wedding on the 9th of Grand millinery opening at Mrs. Dora Ferguson's, Oct. 18 and 19. November. The highest market price given for Bob Irvine (Bull Bob) a hod carfresh potatoes by Mastin Bros. bricks in a hod rier, carried fifty-si- x up to the third story of the Public The fall term of the Circuit Court School building now in course of erecbegins on Monday. tion in this city. Rooms fob Rent. Apply to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ed. Marshall gave Willis Green, 217 Washington Street. asocial entertainment on Tuesday 2t. evening in honor of their guest, Miss city Lille Campbell, of Campellsburg, A number of gentlemen of this and county allended the great sale of Henry county. . . trotting horses and Hereford cattle at Educational. Glenvlew Stock Farm, near LouisThe Colored Teachers' Institute of ville. Franklin county will , meet at the Mr. Will Martin, formerly of Colored City School building on Frithis county, was married day, Oct. 22, 1886, at 9 a. m. in Indianapolis, on the 28th of SepAll colored teachers holding County tember, to Miss Frankie Dorsie, of Certificates must attend under penalthat city. ty of forfeiting the same for failing to Thomas Hunter, Mr. John L. Tobin has purchased do so. Co. SupH of Schools. from the city a portion of the old m Market House property, fronting 40 Don't talk of hard times and high feet on Broadway and running back prices until you see J. Heexey, CO feet, for $900. South Side. m The race seems to be made up Grand Winter Opening: the new jail and the GovernAt Mrs. Dora Ferguson's," 318 Main ment Building as to which will be street, where she will show one of completed first. The odds are in fathe most complete stocks of millinery vor of thejail. ever shown in any city of the United James Bradley, the man who stab- States Everybody invited to call on bed Jamas Poynter in this city, on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 18 and 19. the first Monday in September, and Tongallne is a valuable remedy; has since eluded arrest, was captured In Lexington Sunday afternoon, and while of service In all forms of neuralgia, Its best brought to this city Monday morn- ing neuralgias effects are seen In treatof rheumatic origin. ing. I have not met a single case of this Mr. Wm. M. Watson, formerly of ordinarily troublesome disease, which did not speedily get relief from Tonthis city, youngest son of Mr. Jas. R. gallne. 1 can recommend it. Watson, and for years foreman In J. F. Stevens, M. D.., Shabhona, Ills. the office of the Louisville Evening Post, was married to Miss Loulie Extra select oysters, the best in Beilsteln, in that city on Tuesday the city, i0 cents per can at J. Heeney's. afternoon. Sted-mantow- Gray & Church and get a handsome Orient Heater. For cheap crockery of all kinds cal at Day & Half's. crip and nipping weather. Now Is the time to prepare for the Go to Tha IrTRTt-i HB AND SLICKER la .i mrnntnl witernroof. and will kD von dry In. . r. ... '...r ...Jt . ma Darn tt i iionn. r r hpwiumhku nuriuHii a penrci. nam cni, ana eoTtratbatntlrataddlft. BflwnroflmlUtloa. Nona rnnln without the "FUij Iliaitrated CaUloruo frto. A. J. Tower, Boston, hiia, Drand" trade-mar- k th Buoklen's Arnica Salve Cuts, Bruises, Residence for Sale. Mrs. Humphrey Evans offers her residence, 224 Lewis street, at pri. vatesale. The house contains nine rooms, and is. conveniently located. For further information call at the residence. Sept. 25 4t. m m Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped J. M. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SkinEruptions, and positively cures Havingrecently added to hi Eni.blthin-nPiles, or no pay required. It Is guarFirst-Cla- ss Planing Mill, anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or refunded; Price 25 cents per la now prepared to furnish all kindm! money box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. The Best Salve in the world for SEW PLAMKG MILL. WAKEFIELD t Sas, Doois, Blinds,F7g,mes, ALSO Molding n, Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. 'out of sorts' wiiu hondnche, stomao! disorder, torpid liver. palp In buck or side, cm, stluatlon, etc , neKlcrt m.iv ho Iiital. One do-Btrons's Sanative Pills will givo relk': AfcwdoscH restore to new health and vigor. Scroll Work, Stair Work MaylS-t- t & Tutniig Gotten out In the best st)le. If of NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEREBy Addle Garrett,THAT I bought from Mrs. admin- NOTIGE! BUSINESS one-hal- Gure 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 enec-tlo- n istratrix of E. Whltefcldes, dueased, hit. entire Interest In the Furniture and Undertaking re-twe- en f Interest In my business to of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of inS. digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect A And hereafter the stylo of the Arm will be moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable Itching, after Paln-Cur- er STATEN & DEHONEY getting warm, is a common attendant. The most wonderful the world has ever And the business will be continued nttheold stand Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles known. Your money will otMayS-tWhltesldes & Staten, No. -- 18 St. Clair strut. yield at once to the application oi f JAS. T. STATEN. l)r. Bosanko's Pile Kemedy, which be returned if not found acts directly upon the parte effected, F. Comiton. W. C. Macflin. I. as represented. absorbing the Tumors, allaying the & intense itching, and effecting a perCry for Pitchers manent cure. Price 50 cents. Ad- Children PR0PH1ET0RS dress, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Castoria. Co., Piquti, O. Sold by Hughes & inimcn And have sold W. DEHONEY. cojipton juacklix, Chiles. Elkhorn Ecller HAVK TUT. FCLL Mills, rick, m gva her CMtorU, When ihe wm Child, she cried for Caatoria, When alio became Ulu, ahe clone to CutorU, When ana had Children, ahe gave thesa Caatecia, Ifbtn Bby m Roller Svstem, AND MANtTFACTCHE Six of the best grades of the be3t Flour made in the world. Office Walter E. Evans, of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Miss Lucy A. Evans, of this city, were married Wednesday at 12V o'clock, p. m., at thefresidenee of the bride's mother, on Lewis street, Rev. Dr. J. McC.Blayney officiating. The happy young couple left on the 2 o'clock train for their future home in Indianapolis. Mr. New Drug Store. Having decided to engage in the drug business in Frankfort, I have leased the new store room In the Sullivan building, on the corner of Ann and Market streets, and will open about November 1st. Knowing from long experience in the business that confidence on the part of the public is the I will aim to win and merit the same by fair dealing, close attention and the strictest care and caution in every detail. My entire stock of drugs will be fresh, carefully selected, and of the purest quality obtainable. The prescription department will be in charge of a thoroughly competent and experienced Registered Pharmacist, who learned the business with me over eight years ago, and since that time has been continuously engaged as a dispensing druggist. In addition to drugs, I will carry n full line of sundries, fancy and toilet articles, fine cigars, tobaccos, Ac. Cordially inviting every one to call and give me at least a trial and a part of their patronage, I am, very respectfully, pre-requlsi- te, To the Public: digestion, sicklieadaclio us thousands testify. Danger! A nugloctuJ colli or cougn may toad to i'neuinoula.cnnsumpllnn or other fata! diemo. Strong's Pectoral PillfJ sr'll cui o r c old iih ly iimgic. Hunt UiliiK tor dypep5la.iu itol Square and wareroom on Broadway, opposite CapJan.2 R. ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - npp site the depot, belonging to V. tennrun. Kal-tf- . who was witli W. L. Pence, in Belle Point, for nearly 7 years, wishes to inform his many friends, and especially those in the Bald Knob neighborhood, that he can now be found at the lumber yards of Messrs. Wakefield & West, and when they wunt good bargains and full measure come and see him. To all who buy, jtheir toll for crossing the Railroad Bridge will be paid. A. B. Hammond, Fob Rent. A farm of 115 noros, ono mile from Frankfort on the Benson turnpike; good improvements. For terms, apply to A. W. Cromwell, or Wm. Cromwell. FURNITURE- 5Ty AJ tfVTITEtT. dm ?JtmSBkasmr'i' JH COFFIN'S, dSsC. on St Fon Rent. The store-rooClair s.reet recently occupied by us For terms apply to m It. The members of the Peak's Mill The house now occupied by Moj. J. A. Grant on Broadway. Apply to R. M. ALDRIDGE. tf. A beautiful lino of new shapes in decorated tea and toilet sets just received at Day & Huff's. Fresh Oysters, selects only 40 cents per can at Day & Haff. New shapes in Haviland's French China for painting at Day & Haff 's. Weitzel & O'Donnell. Dwelling House foh Rent. A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET. FRANKFORT. KY All the latest stylo furniture constantly In stock. May COMPLETE LINE OF TO THE PUBLIC. PURCHASED THE STOCK OF HAVING of Mr. .1. E. Kknt. corner Second and Shelby streets. South Frankfort, I propose to keep a nice stock ot Centennial Cavalry Company presented Miss Lizzie Church with a handsome silver cup, on Saturday, in token of their appreciation of the Wickliffe Chapman, beautiful flag she made and presented Frankfort, Ky., Oct, 14, 1886. them. It was purchased from Mr. Phil. Selbert, and bore the following Bennets New York buckwheat flour f cents. inscription New York Cheddar cheese 165 Lizzie Church cents. by the Michigan hund picked Navy beans Centennial Co, 4 cents. of Italian Maccaroni 15 cents per pound Peak's Mill. 1886. at J. Heeney's, South Side. Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kinds of Shirts Made to Order. If you want a good Juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 223 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence, fl4-t- f. and In fact everything kept In a IlrsKlass Grocery Store. I Invito tho attention of the people of Frankfort and Franklin county, and more particularly the people ot South Frankfort, who will ilnd my location BRICK COTTAGE. NO 608 MAIN SREET, pulte a convenience, and I hope by close attention to business and fair dealing to receive a portion ot talntng tour rooms, and all reasonable conveniences. This property Is now occupied by Mrs. Knta the bubllo patronage. Goods delivered promptly In any part of the city. Mahoney, and possession cannot be given until the Give mo a coll and be convinced. 16th ot next April. Very Respectfully. For terms ot sale apply to JOHN L. JONES, L.B.orBEN. MARSHALL. aug28-9South Frankfort, Ky. tt nu mm i m GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, V f bi vw $ tf I' tint little pot, for I felt assured that tho next day when in the afternoon tho soup was nearly done a special nnndiui or two of red popper would bo put into that infant kettle, and the few elect who know exactly what perfect burgoo was would get a chance to taste its contents But, nlnst 1 have only touted it in my imagination, and 1 will hardly see another burgoo till next spring, when the grans greens up and tho trees put out fresh leaves. Over boyohd the Capitol lot the trenches wero dug and tho barbecuing was going on. It was a big job, too. There wore two hundred Bhee'p, thirty-flvfat shouts, and more to cotre. A beef or two was also expected, and in another of town a hundred old hams were oiling. A ham, like the burgoo, requires hours for its perfect full twenty-fou- r cooking, and must be simmered slowly all the titno. From these few details you can form some idea of what Frankfort had pre pared to regale her visitors upon. Of course, this was not nil the feast. These provisions were merely made for thoso who wero not well enough acquainted with tho town to go to somebody's house for dinner next day. Everybody in town kept open house, and every acquaintance you might have and every person you might happen to be introduced to expected you to dine with him The good people,with whom I dined and it was not at tho Governor's mansion, either had a d fine, fat, pig, well roasted and stuffed, at one end of the table, and a crisp and juicy lamb at the other, while sliced ham and chickens and such liko small, delicacies circulated around like nickles in a newsboy'e pocket. And yet so universal was the hospitality that not a dozen people sat down to this feast. Frankfort went in to do herself proud, and she bid it in an ample form. She hadn't been entertaining people for a hundred years to have anything wanting on her birthday. You grand old girl you, just let me pat you on the back once o fifty-poun- Frankfortites drink in tho summer time. here visiting her sister, Mrs. Calvin papers have told all Greenup. The morning about the procession, and have published Mr. ana Mrs. Taylor, of Midway, the speeches and the poems in full. I spent a few days last week with their didn't hear much of them, because I knew tho others would get a chance to publish diiuuhter, Mrs. Kyland Bedford. before The Times would, and much listenMrs. Mattie Crum, after a short vising to such things in a weariness to my it to her mother, Mrs. G. C. Hughes, liesh when there are ten thousand pretty returned to Beard's Station last Satgirls around to look at and hundreds of urday. male creatures whom you want to see Instead of binding myself down, a captive, to tho chariot-wheel- s of oratory I followed my own fancies and spent thfl most charming day it was over my good fortuno to spend on such an occasion. The procession was the finest one I over saw in Kentucky, and as for the literary exercises, every cne who cares to has read them and can form an opinion therefrom. William Breckinridge's speech was not published, and I did not hear it, but I judge it was a very good one from something I did hear and mean to tell as near as I can remember it. Coming home that night on a crowded train I had to stand up, and I heard somo talk among five ladies seated in two seats near me. The question was asked among thom, "What was the sweetest thing you saw They gave various opinions, of course, but the last one to speak was a dainty little morsel of a widow, shfouded in a very heavy crape vail, but with n face like a and great soulful brown eyes which would make the heart of a graven image palpitate. She said : "Oh! Col. William Breckinridge was just the sweetest thing saw there He was just sweeter than anything I eve saw. I could hear every word he said, and he was so handsome, with that fieauti- gray hair; and when he said 'myivie' so sweetly I just thought I would give my head to be his wife. Oh, that man could just persuade me to do anything," I think the other ladies agreed with her, but they did not have quite the amount of enthusiasm which shone out from her great, deep brown eyes. I couldn't help envy the lucky fellow she was talking about, and wonder why it was not my luck to be and But I reckon that Paradise would be crowded if we were all angels, and maybe it is best as it is. If a protty widow got to talking and feeling that way about me Mrs. Falcon wouldn't let me go to tho lodge at night, and tho goat would get very fat for want of exorcise. Not having a silver tongue, I can run at large without danger, which is a great blessing when oysters are ripe. I am sorry not to be able to particularize more about this Frankfort Centennial, but I am not writing a book on the subject and must quit. Everybody was so kind and the ladies were all so beautiful that I couldn't particularize without leaving out some who deserved mention, so I say to them all : "Bless you, my children," and when you have your next Centennial I will try and come. Falcon. peach-blossoto-da- Again. ar " & 8- w& " ' n't' M v'VH k'f SSJ ,j. 'H' - I spent tho night a few miles out in the country, no matter where. It was in a happy valley Underneath tho silence of grent hills, which formed an amphitheater close nround it. Back of the house a shadowy gorge came down from out tho mountain's heart, leading with it a bright brook that brawled among the loose stones of its bed and smiled softly to itself at times as it lay half dreaming in still pools fringed with deep bordery of fragrant mint. Huge forest trees grew in the yard, and the soft moonlight swept across tho level sward in silver billows. The motto of the simple life led there was "Little children, lovo ye One another." Into that life I came as one of them, and found it like the shadow of a great rock In a weary land. Time did not lag, leaden-footethere. There was music and bright sentiment and deep poetry and sober, quiet talk, wherein each heart might ohow itself unto its fellow without fear of a serpent's fang to pierco it when its armor was unbuckled.. And so with waking dreams and visions to make glad untroubled slumbers the darkness passed and day came. With the first light came the people round the winding piko and down the mountain from bridle paths and roads that seemed impassible to wheels yet were not. Out of the hills of sweet Owen and from the level lands of Scott they poured, sent its rills to Join the and every teady stream that poured along the pike. There was no exception of age or sex or color. Here to our right comes an aged darkey leading by the bridle his old blind horse. A venerable spring wagon full of chairs comes clattering at the horses' heels over the steep mountain road full of rocks and stumps The women of tho party, arrayed as Solomon d in all his glory never was in dresses with variegated ribbons nnd most marvelous head gear, walked behind the wagon, and when level ground is reached, climb in and settled in their chairs, join the interminable procession on tho pike. There are people in buggies and in wagons, cavelcades of horsemen, women with babies in their arms, riding horseback alone, and sweethearts sitting (tideways on behind their lovers, holding the manly form before them in a chaste yet lovelike embrace. Ah, the town will be a wilderness of human souls And so it was. Thero was never such a crush in Frankfort before in all the hundred years of her existence. There were never such decorations in any town so small as it is, and never higher breeding or more unbounded hospitality in any town. Train after train came in with loads of people, and the'ears could hardly pass along the track because the crowds filled up the street from curb to curb. Thousands were congregated in the State House yard around the stand, and thousands' more stood all about the steaming burgoo kettles and the smoking pits where the meat was barbecued. Every fellow had on his best clothes and hia best behavior; every man in Frankfort had the stoppor out of his bottle and all the doors of his house open. was wonnd up for The "Coon-Club- " twenty-fou- r hours for all viaiting brethren, and had all manner of spiritual consolation in their rooms at the Capital Hotel. The little pot was put in the big one, and both of them boiled in the great caldron. The skies were bright, tho day a perfect one, and Frankfort will never have such a Centennial again if sho lives a thousand years. Everything was lovely and tho goose hung high. Yet with this unstinted hospitality and the freedom of the city given to all comers, thore was no abuse of the franchise. In all the day I heard not aa angry word, I did not see a drunken man nor listen to an oath nor witness a fight. The boys killed several menageries of snakes, but no harm came of it. I suppose the committee rang tho chestnut bell on the Legislative whisky and made the sell the same kind that good d, by-pat- gray-haire- d silver-tongue- d. little-brown-ey- Franklin County Colored Teachers' Institute. First Day. Opening I p. m. Song Teachers. Prayer Rev. Geo. Burks. Organization, election of officers, and appointment of proper committees, Installation of officers. Short addresse- s- By visitors present. Song "Father, Thy Mercy" Teachers. Second Day, Saturday, g a. m. Opening. Song "Our Father" Teachers. Prayer. Lecture Study of Grammar j its import ance; the best methods of teaching the same Miss Ida M. Joyce, First Assistant of Frankfort Colored Public School. Discussion Ten minutes. Lecture Arithmetic as a study; the best method of instructing primary pupils in arithmetic Miss Addie L. Greenup,Second Assistant of Frankfort Colored Public School, Discussion Ten minutes. Song Alpine Shepherd Teachers. Afternoon of 2nd Day Opening. Essay "Necessity of Educating Our Girls" Miss Mamie Roxborough, Assistant of Frankfort Colored Public School. Discussion Ten minutes, Lecture School Discipline" Wm. H. Mayo, Principal of Frankfort Colored Pub. lie School. Discussion Ten minutes. Doxology T. Huntbr, Co. Supt, Schools, ' In tho absence of Miss Minnie Haldoman, Col. J. L. Scott rendered a selection on when It wreathe I lore the reading in his usual happy style. Its painted petals In my sweetheart'! Another brilliant selection Was rendered trcMos on tho piano by Miss Mary B. DeLime. ind she, enchanted by its odor, breathe in genThe final nddress on education Soft words of lore, and soothes with soft eral, by. Prof. Motsingor, of Louisville, caresses. wan one Of the highest order. when It lies day and I love the Tho entire proceedings of tho On the white bosom of a sleeping woman. evening manifested a spirit of interest never before witnessed in the county of And falls and rises as the dreamer sighs, For that love's sake she yet has told to Mrs. Cora Carpenter, of Fishervllle, Franklin. no man. Jefferson county, is visiting Mrs. The following resolutions were adopted: , for It grows Sarah Featherston. Wheheas, We havo heard with sin- I lore the river; On lone grave Calvin Greenup has recently cere regiet of tho severe and dangerous Thereamy youth's beside a silent her last Mr. mistress takes illness of our fellow tencher, F. W Dnvi, chunked his residence and is now ocrepose. cupying a dwelling belonging to Mr. Resoh'ed, That' we condole with him I loved, I hated; and I now forgive her. deeply in his unfortunate condition, and Hughes. Justin H. McCarthy. tender him our heartfelt sympathies. Resolved, That wo trust that he may Mrsi Sarah Featherston is having Cities of the Argentine BepuMlo. her house beautifully refitted and soon be restored to health and usefulness. "How does Buenos Ayres compare Resolved, That a copy of those resolupainted. It presents a very attractions be forwarded to him by tho Secre- with other cities?" tive appearance. "It is the New York of that continent. tary. Miss Bettie Jones, who has been There is no city in the world to equal it Resolved That this Institute tender absent for several weeks, .visiting in enterprise and wealth according to its Mrs, Hanson our thanks for the use of this Padu-cafriends at Beard's Station and size. It has a population of 450,000, and hall. arrived home last week. daily newspapers. supports twenty-eigh- t Resolved, That this Institute tender Mr. Everybody reads. The papers cost two Messrs. J. D Arnsparger, William and a half cents per copy. The maSmith, O. H. Carrick and Frank Wm. M. Culter our thanks for his piano. Resolved, That we express our thanks to jority are printed in Spanish, but nearly Brock, of Bourbon county, were the guest of M r. Win. Pryor last week, Miss Nellie Orbison in aiding us with every language is represented. Buenos vocal music. and they took in the Centennial. Ayres has more miles of street railroads Resohed, That this Institute tender our than any other city in the world. The Found. A pocket book containhigh. Of sincere thanks to Miss Belle DeLime for houses are generally ing some money, between Woodlake late, however, bank and public buildand this village. The owner can entertaining the Institute with music. ings havo been erected three and four have it by describing nnd proving Resolved, That tho teachers of Franksame and paying for this notice (50 lin county do heartily recommend stories high. The only building material cents.) Call on Dr. Thompson, the Col. Thos. B. Ford as a suitable candidate is briok. Telephones are everywhere, and tho city is lit up with electricity. finder. for Superintendent Public Instruction. There are twelve theatres as finely apMr. William Pryor, of Woodlake, Resolved, That we are heartily in favor sold two fine Berkshire sows at $A9, of federal aid to public education, nnd pointed in every way aa any in Europe also one fine pig to Mr. Barbee, of earnestly hope that it will soon bo granted. or the United States." ut the city is shut off from the Scott. William has for years paid CaResolved, tender to strict attention to breeding and rais- rothers our That wefor his kind Prof.effic- world?' and thanks "No, only shut off from the United ing this breed of swine, and ient assistance during this Institute. States. Fiom thirty to sixty mail has them as fine as can be J. B. Lea, Bteamers arrive monthly and ride in one He has some extra young Misb Belle DeLime, stock on hand and for sale. of the finest ports of entry in the world. Miss Anna Thompson, One steamer departs monthly for the Mns. R. B. Exum, Large numbers of fish have recentA. J. Hulett. United States. There are several lines ly been caught in Elkhorn and they Committee. of steamers carrying frozen cattle to are still biting in a manner that eyes of the old sportsmen makes the The association was still in session Europe. The bulk of the' cattle imported fairly sparkle. Messrs. Joe Helton when we went to presB, but we failed to to Europe that way goes from the ArOne beef extract gentine Bepublic. and Frank French on Friday of last obtain a report of Friday's proceedings. week caught a string of 30 fine ones, company at Fray Bentos kill over 2,500 and on the following Monday another Ed. Roundabout. m head of cattle per day. Immigration is string of 40 bass and perch. First pouring in from Italy, Spain, France, Voters of To Americans do Busiuess has been steady and grow(Comprising South Greece and Ireland. The although they Ward, not come to any extent, few months and the ing for the last Frankfort.) would be gladly welcomed. The new village is beginning to assume some of its pristine activity and enterprise. An election for Councilmen is to be city of La Plata, capital of the province two large muis, two groceries, held on the 4th day of December of Buenos Ayres, twelve miles from the three blacksmith shops, one meat next. city of Buenos Ayres, is considered the store, one drug store and two doctors, The undersigned, your present rep- most wonderful place of its size that has all doing a flourishing business. resentatives in the Council, have ren- ever been built It contains 80,000 inQuite an exciting game of base ball dered you faithful, and. as they be- habitants. The city was constructed at took place in the Forks on last Sat- lieve, valuable service. a great expense by Governor Rocha, They are candidates before you for within a period of fire years. The pub urday between the Forks and Stampand ask, and would be lio buildings are comparable only .to ing Ground nines, in which the Forks nine came off victors by a gratified by, your'support at the polls some of the finest in the 'United Btates. Richard ToniN, score of 33 to 4. The Stamping Electricity, telephones and all the modWilliam J. Hughes, Ground nine is a little disfigured but ern improvements are in use. Millions Edmund H. Taylor, Jr. upon millions have been Bpent in beautistill in the ring, and expect to play Frankfort, Oct. 16, 1886. our boys again to day at Stamping fying the city and erecting handsome Ground. Next Saturday the Newbuildings." New York Mail and ExBridgeport. town boys will be here to play the press. lotus-blosso- m lotus-blossolotus-blosso- m h, one-stor- y conse-Siuently LOTUS. the the Forks. h Proceedings of the Franklin County Teachers Institute. The meeting was called to order by County Superintendent Thomas Hunter, who briefly explained the object of the e shuck-bottome- d Institute. Prayer was then offered by Rev. G. C. bright-colore- to-da- -- ' Forks of Elkhorn. Mr. A. W. Macklin went to Louisville Tuesday on business. Miss Muttie Robb paid Miss Josie Murphy a short visit last week. Miss Carrie Phillips, of Frankfort, is visiting friends in this section. Mr. James Gallihue contemplates erecting a beautiful dwelling house in the near future. Mr. Charlie Gallihue, after an absence of several months, has returned home. Welcome. Miss Lulu Lee, a beautiful nnd popular younglady of Flemingsburg, is visiting Miss Annie Wood, of Woodlake. Miss Mattie Horn, a very beautiful young lady of Stamping Ground, Is Kelly. An appropriate address was delivered by Prof. J. D. Pickett, LL D. Committee on Resolutions was appointed by the President, consisting of Prof. J. D. Lea, Miss Annie Thomasson, Mrs. R. B. Exum, A. J. Hnlett and Miss Mary B. DeLime. On Committee of Programme was appointed by the President: Miss Katie Shipp, Miss Minnie Oaines, James Elliott and H. M.Polsgrove, Primary spelling was well rendered by Miss Minnie Gaines. Primary reading was demonstrated by the Secretary, Prof. C. H. Parrent. Geography was next elucidatod by Prof. J. B. Lea, who spoke at length. Penmanship was geometrically demonstrated by Prof. Tracy. Composition was elucidated by Prof. R. H. Carothers. This gifted orator secured the attention of his audience by profound reasoning. jUTMMOON session. Music on piano Miss Mary B. De Lime. A lecture on language lessons was illustrated by Prof. R. H. Carothers, aftor which' the subject was discussed. A pleasing address was next rendered by Col. John L. Scott, to the admiration of the entire house. A 'ong, with accompaniment on piano, was rendered by that qeeen of song, Miss Nellie Orbison. Reading by Mr. S. A. Hnlett was well received. History, by Attorney Jas. R. Harrod, of Shelby, was well sustained. Then followed a general discussion. The query box was next introdnced by Mr. Harrod, and sustained by Prof. Carothers. A committee on query was then appointed by the President: Miss Ella Stephens, Miss Ida Bell and Jas. Harrod. dollars, consisting of to-da- bar-keepe- thousand county and private subscriptions, and to be paid In at such timet and upon may from time Grand selection on piano, by Miss such terms as the corporation corporation comto time need and require. The Mary B. DeLime. menced on the Cth day of September, 1886, and Is An address was delivered by Hon. Thos. to continue for fifty years. The affairs of the corporation ore to be conductW. Scott, and well applauded. ed by a board of directors to be elected annually ,An essay "To the Stars through difficu- by the stockholders, to hold office, however, until lties," was read in an elocutionary style, a new board Is elected. The corporation shall at no time subject Itself and appreciated by the house. to an indebtedness of than A selection on reading was next read and private property moreto be Its capital stock, is exempted from in a charming style, by Miss Nannie corporate debts. JOHN 0. DENNIS, Chairman. Browder. SsptU-t- t MIGHT SESSION. Several more weddings to occur Great Antiquity of tfae Hefrais. soon. and The various refrains of Mrs. Anna Mayhall is on the sick ballads would make a most interesting list. subject for philologists and antiquarians Two shows visited our town last to investigate, for these refrains seem to come down from very ancient days' and week. are found even among some barbaric Mrs. Annie Jenkins isat home from races. The Maoris of Now Zealand, for a visit to her husband in Louisville. example, hare long refrains in words The meeting at Evergreen Church which they themselves do not underclosed on Tuesday night with nine- stand, but which they assert hare come teen additions. down to them from their remote ancesRegular meeting at South Benson tors. The Indians of Canada, when first y and at 11 o'clock, met by the early Jesuits, sang a refrain which sounded very much like "alleluia" a. m. and which immediately led the pious The hickory nut and walnut crop fathers to imagine that they had discovis rather slim this year, but the acorn ered the lost tribes of Israel. The Engcrop is more abundant than usual. lish refrain of "deny down," dr "hey, The Franklin Church, by vote on deny down," is said to hare been origSunday afternoon, decided to remove inally a drutdical charm. Naturally, their Church building to this place. some of these refrains bear immediate Messrs. J. K. Parrent and Elijah evidence' that they are only a meaningWhittaker, of Finchville, Shelby less jingle, meant to piece out tho words county, visited friends in this place on and melody. "Fackelorum, dideldo Sunday. rum," or dudel, didel, dum," probably had no more meaning in the old German Wild Cherry and Tar. songs than "tra, la, la" in the ancient Everybody knows the virtues of and modern English ones. Boston Mus,f iiu jiimij 4iu .wl nu a iciiui Ullvl ical Journal. cure for any effections of the Throat and Lungs, combined with these inThe Beauty of India's Parrot. gredients are a few simple healing We went to India, and I was comremedies in the composition of Dr pletely fascinated by the crowds of green Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup we saw in the plains. It was a making it just the article you should parrots source of delight to me to always have in the house for Coughs, see them flying in flocks, often hundreds uoius, iroup anu uroncnius .trice at a time, with tho rays of the descending 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. sun glistening on their emerald green Sold by Hughes and Chiles. 8 see a tree destitute of Iilumage; or to green by reason of the multitude of parrots that had Bettlud on its TORN C. DENNIS, CHARLES C. NEWTON, WM. branches; or again, at sunset, to Bee the o Tracy, James Tracy and Albert O. Urlsham green parrots flying about the white have associated themselves together as a corporation under the name and style of the Tea Hldge marble minarets of the glorious and Russell Mill Turnpike Koad Company, and or darting about, frolicking in their principal place of business Is Frankfort, Ky. They propose to build a turnpike rood from a the expiring rays. To mo thoy were the point on toe Benson turnpike road, at or near (he most lovely of India's birds. line between the lands of Jo Robinson and Z. T. One scene connected with parrots is, Collins, and running thence westwurdly so as to connect with the Bridgeport and Benson turnpike, from its perfect beauty, often present in at or near the Dougherty farm. mrmind. At a certain roeldonoy, one The amount of Capital Stock Is seven folk-songs never-failin- g NOTICE. Taj-Ifeh- al, Social Clubs In Cuba. Social clubs flourish in Cuba mors freely porhaps than anywhere else. They are, in fact, the centers around which society in the larger cities revolves, Cubans of prominent positions seldom dine at home. They take their diuners at the clubs. It would not be extravagant to say that home life is unknown in Cuba. Harper's Bazar. 9' u.iat.Lt.. .0 .ici "Well," replied the ciiief, "since you rid himself of the load of debt with Dr. Lewis did not contemn pleasure or make such a point of it, I will lend it to which he started. recreation, ho only wanted to invent it yout but mind I get it back safely on all over again. There were ball games Of a rather common type, but not on Saturday." It is a ghastly thought, but fifteen and bean games in his system, with all that account uninteresting, was Philip Bo Philip P. Pipps took the "match-le- years had elapsed since Lady Bareacres' sorts of madly frolicsome performances Pottinger Pipps, of her majesty's paper home with him, fatal Friday when the last of Pipp's with "bags, rings, wands, wooden dumb Guarnerius office. But whatever mounted it carefully, and on Friday creditors received, to his amazement, the bells and small clubs." Fired by his sucfastener and may have been his failings, he had the afternoon set out with it for 100 Park amount he had lent to that worthy in cess, Miss Catherine Beecher tried a new advantage over the majority of the lane, where he found himself for the the days of his apparent prosperity; and set of "graceful movements to the sound junior government clerks he was a first time in his life alonebut what of oh the rame day the said to of music," which were to make dancing man with an ambition; two ambitions, that? amid a brilliant crowd, composed himself! "It is fifteen years since I as as the spinning-whee- l. y in fact, and these were (1) to become of the greatest of the grand pschutt have been down Whitehall; I But they did not They ran through permanent under secretary of the paper- -' Lady Bareacres was Surprised that he have a right there again. I'll go and the east, like any other craze, then went department, and (3) didn't play better, and so were a good have a look at the old place." fastener and west and were never heard of again, So he went, and as he stood outside It was the transatlantic danse Macabre, to move in "society" to bask in the many people to whom she bad an- miles of duchesses, and to. become that i nounccd the first appearance of a dis the gates of her majesty's and while it lasted the polka, the waits, office a smart brougham the country dance, and even the taran(to him) delightful animal, "a man about tinguished amateur; but as I nnd town," a man "who prrtos everywhere." have said, Very fairly, and, having been drove' up. and the" Rt Hon. Lord tella of Europe, must have trembled in Now, Mr.. Philip Potcinger Pipps was announced as an accomplished musician, Asterish, P. C. stepped out. He was their silken shoes. It is an American, gifted not only with a soaring ambition, he went down, 'and as "he journeyed just entering the office, when his eye fell we believe, who has invented the art of but also with a very fair share of from Victoria to West Kensington his upon Mr. Pipps, who, recognizing in the laying on paint with a blow-pip- e instead distinguished-lookinold gentleman his of laying it on with a brush, at a "savthe common sense necessary for the diwere of the brightest-former chief, Sir Dash Blank, K. C. B., ing of manual labor" to the Titians of rection of his efforts to rise; and before he commenced operations, having sat bright, indeed. Were they that, as he left respectfully took off his hat. The great the future of at least 60 per cent Lonhimself down to count the cost, he came the Station, he staggered and almost fell man, who prided himself on his affa- don Daily News. to the conclusion that in the attainment to the ground, his hair bristled, and he bility to his inferiors, returned the burst into a cold perspiration. salute, and, recogniziug Paris Number Tvrelre-and-- a the face, of his official ambition the Half, The fiddle had been left in the traint Judge Stephen Burdett Hyatt of the vaguely remarked: of his social ambition would be of For at least ten minutes his horror Was "Good day, to you. Ahem! You will oity court, New York, visited Paris, material assistance to him. He had re such that he could do nothing: then he think me very rude, but really, though I France, three years ago, and upon hit fleeted that in this selfish and sordid world of ours "there is nothing for noth- began to telegraph everywhere down know your face quite well, I can not re- return told this interesting fact concerning the superstitions of the people. ing, and precious little for sixpence," the line, following, himself, by the next call your name." "I "Don't you remember Pipps, wandered through . the streets of Paris and fully realized that he must make train, and making inquiries at every Pottinger Pipps, once under sec- day after day. One fact I discovered himself useful to gain an entreo into the station for the missing instrument.' In Society to which his social status did not this manner he spent the night, until retary in this department? You ought was that no house in any street I went through and I went through many-- was entitle him, and with this object in view the trains stopped running. All he could to remember me. Sir Dash." a man "God bless my soul! Of course, of numbered thirteen. After the fact he devoted himself to the development learn was that at the next station violin had got out of the train with a course; er a fine day, is it not? a fine was first brougiit to my notice I made it of his one accomplishment case and had disappeared. day." And the privy councilor became a study to search for such a number. I The following morning he sent to the strangely embarrassed He was a fair amateur player, but at the thought always found number twelve, but the seriously ill, that say he here he was talking to a man who next number was invariably douze bis nothing to rave about, and he knew ex- office to wholethat waswas spent in a fruit had notoriously gone to the bad. At a day And this is owing actly the limits of his own skill a and the less search for the fiddle. On the Sun- loss, however, for something to say, and to the superstition of the French people knowledge, however, which he 'kept day he Rave up the instrument as lost concerning the very carefully to himself, for conversathirteen, which and set himself to find another Guarne- in his nervousness saying exactly tho is the strongest numbertheir peculiar suof all tionally he was an artist of the haute rius, and to raise the money to buy it. wrong thing, he added: "Dear me, Mr. perstition." New York Commercial Adgomme and his musical talents did not for, knowing his chiefs character pretty Pipps, What has brought you you who vertiser. lose by his recital of them. were so industrious, such a dandy, such well, he felt that if the or, rather, a To attain the other object of his am fiddle were not forthcoming, his chances a ahem! such a society man to this?" A Fair Proposition. bitionthe under secretariat of the of the post he sought were practically' at Philip P. FippS'looked'' at him for a "I have ventured," he said, "to buy department-- he an and moment, and smiled bitterly, half in this diamond ring, fondly end. hoping that assistcounted on the Monday morning came, and Mr. Philip tending to forge some excuse. "Good you would allovvme to slip it on ,your ance of his "chief," who was a Very Pottinger Pipps went to his chief with his heaven 8, Sir Dash," said he, at length,' great man indeed, and who looked con- story. "When he got home, to his in- "have you never suspected that I came nnger as a toen oi our engagement" "I am very sorry, Mr. Smith, but you descendingly and approvingly upon the tense sorrow, the fiddle fell the to grief through you? that this pitiable are too late I am already engaged; but aspiring Pipps, to that gentleman's in- case (the springs being out ofout of and shabby-lookin-g is your unconscious man order), if you will have it altered to fit my little ward and outward satisfaction. Tho the fall jarred the finger-boarand one handiwork?" finger, I will shower upon you the wealth "chief" was a collectar per sang a "Mine! Really. Mr. Pipps, what do of of the blocks; he had taken it to be rea sister's affection." Harper's Bazar. hunter, a connoisseur, an ama- paired to a German repairer whom he you mean? Are you mad?" teur dealer in articles of virtu of every knew, and who happened, very fortu"I mean this, Sir Dash I beg your India's Annual Kalnfall. sort and kind. If anyone had called nately, to be staying with a friend in pardon, Lord Asterisk thank you The mean annual rainfall of India, achim a "dealer," he would have been furi- London. He had promised to put the That violin that Guarnerius you lent cording to the government meteoroloous, but it was whispered about that in me to play at Lady Bareacres' 'at home' gist, is about forty-tw- o right by the inches, varying buying 'curios from Sir Dash Blank, R. damageDash Blank, end of the week." as I went home that evening I lost it; from nearly 500 inches at Cherra Poon-jeK. C. B., was Sir C. B the maxim ceaveat emptor apvery angry, but said little; mean- there was only one other in London to to about three inches at Jacobabad plied with more than customary force. while, the appointment became prac- be had at the time, and the cruel wretch Arkansaw Traveler. One morning the would-b- e under secwho owned it made me pay 800 pounds a certainty, the retary hod been finally interviewing the tically, the unlucky and onbegan strength sterling for it. This sum I Had to get at borrowPipps of it MILK FOR CHILDREN. great man on the subject, and was just ing, from every money-lendbetween once. I raised the money among the leaving the room with every cause to Regent street and Bond street, the price Jews, and paid, in the long run, nearly How It Should Be Used and Begalatei feel satisfaction at the result of his buy. He 8,000 pounds sterling for it. But I reof the Guarnerius he had for the Iafaat. when his eye fell on an old, worm-eate- knew that any Guarnerius, 'to long as y so it turned you a fiddle for yours, and Keep the child's milk separate from leather violin-casunder a chair was really genuine, would do to return, y only am clear of the debts I in a corner of the room. that intended for tho rest of the housefor his chief, not being a real connois- incurred to pay for it." "Oh!" said Mr. Philip Pottinger Pipps, seur, would not His lordship would have fallen down hold. Have ready a pan that has been notice that it was a dif"I see you have a fiddle there, sir. I ferent fiddle; but, alas! the dealer he ap- had not his footman supported him. Mr. properly cleansed by being thoroughly didn't know that you were a violinist plied to told him that there was only PIdds was moving off when Lord As- washed and rinsed, and rinsed again in also." one for Bale in London, instru- terisk stopped mm witn a sign. "Fol- a solution of bicarbonate of soda, to re"Nor am I," replied the chief; "but I ment belonged to an and this who low me," he whispered, and Pipps en- ceive the milk. In hot weather the milk amateur, collect fiddles among other things, and wanted eight hundred pounds sterling tered once more the room which was so should be placed on the fire and the that one has just come in. It is a very for it! intimately connected with all his temperature brought to a point just fine Guarnerius; Jook at it and see what short of boiling do not let it boil. It miseries. It, was frightful; still, it was neck, or you think about it." should then be put in a. proper receptaThe privy councillor sat nothing, so he scraped the money toIn a moment the fiddle was out of the gether and bought the fiddle through face in his hands, and Philip Pottiu- - cle and placed in a cool place, or a re case and under the scrutiny of Pipps. very ger Pipps stood, as of yore, on the other frigerator which does not contain vegthe dealer. He was received P. P. Pipps, Esq., didn't know a"Strad." sour looks by Sir Dash when with he took it side of the table. For a few moments etables. It should then be prepared as really, but to hhn, and he had the pleasure of being not a word was said. Then his lordship follows: Milk, one-hafrom a Mirecourt "shop-'un- " pint; pure water, he posed as a finished connoisseur,, and pint; powdered sugar of milk, told that his chief believed there was broke the silence. now his eyes dilated witii admiration something wrong somewhere, "My poor, dear fellow, you have dark- one tablespoonful; phosphate of lime, one that 'he and excitement as he restored the in- would never lend him a fiddle again, ened the rest of my life, as I have ruined grain. Dissolve the sugar and lime in strument to its case, 'exhausting in its and that had the episode occurred be- yours. This ia a dreadful revenge, the water and add the milk. This is honor his vocabulary of appreciative ecpledged himself to support though you don't know it as yet. But the nearest approach to human milk stasy. As he left the room his chief fore he had Mr. Pipps' candidature that support forgive me, if you can, when you have that can be prepared. raised one eyebrow, and laughed softly would not have been forthcoming. heard what I have to say to you. The As the child grows, add less water. to himself but our connoisseur didn't Fortunately, however, he did not look at violin I lent to you was not a Guarnerius A good rule is this: Untti one month, see this. water; f water instrument, which his subordinate at alL I merely said so in fun, to see add Two days later a great official recep- the water until chair whence he whether you would know that the in- until three months, replaced beneath the tion was held at tho suburban office, and had taken the original. strument wainot genuine. I gave five the sixth month, until the ' the chief of the and pounds sterling for it When you told ninth month and until one A week later Philip Pottinger Pipps department, having promised Mr. Pipps took, his place as permanent me it was damaged I was bo annoyed year of age, when the child can take all his support in his candidature, took with you," thinking that-in having it re- milk clear, 'and often in combination 'r and for'the him to this function,' and not wanting to department, crushed by the reflection paired you would find out its worthless-nes- with some infant food .upon the be bothered with his protege, presently that before the year was out he would that I did not undeceive you. The market The water should be boiled d introduced him to the and to pay Israelites, who hod as- violin you brought bock I never ex- and allowed to cool before using, as this mondaine little countess of Bareacres. have him in the' dire distress, close upon amined again; I sold it next day for ten will purify it by destroying any germs sisted his The delight of Mr. Philip Pottinger Pipps pounds sterling. Hush! don't speak; it may contain. Some will no doubt knew, very naturally," no' bounds. Here two thousand pounds sterling for value you must know all, but it is horrible I ask why heat the milk. During high received! was the beginning of his social success. The sequel is not difficult to foresee. horrible! That violin you bought from temperature, when the mercury ranges Mr. Pipps made himself as charming Messrs. Shadrach, Meshack, Abednego, me. I heard from my dealer that a from 86 to 100 degrees, there is rapid as it was possible for him to be to the and the rest of them began to put on the wealthy young amateur must have a decomposition of milk, the caseine is countess of Bareacres, not forgetting to screw. The miserable' undersecretary, Guarnerius at once, so we charged a rapidly coagulated, and in this condiallude in on airy manner to his great having ruined his social and official posi- high price for a genuine instrument that tion it exerts a peculiar action (cataly"accomplishments" in terms so vague tion by, borrowmgof his friends and I had at home. You lost a worthless tic) upon the other solids of the milk, and casual that Lady Bareacres-- 1 con- 'colleagues to payoff all what he could 'of fiddle, and in order to return one to me, particularly - upon the sugar, forming-lacticluded that he must be a player of the his (for him) enormous liability, the m in piace ruinea yourseir in ouying 4cld: The rt Ilk lose its alkaline sol-nfirst rank, and she accordingly asked Jews, having found reaction and becomes sour, when it is done from me an instrument which I that he had him on the spot to perform at her "At his very utmost to dear himself, put tho day for a mere nothing!" London not fit for further use. Tho heating of Home" on the following Friday. Truth. the milk retards this process. brokers into the little house he had taken "Atlastl" thought the future under in Victoria square, and at the sale of the Journal. English View of Amerloaa Grmaastlcs. secretary, as he went home by the lost pretty new furniture, in whioh he had No First Class Tea or Coffee. Some five and twenty years ago Dr. train to West Kensington. "Here I am invested all his savings, they so skillfully Little or no Indian tea comes to the Dio Lewis, of Boston, who was the great on the first rung of the ladder; now, if I arranged their "knock-o- u don't climb along merrily, why, my proceeds amounted to t" that the whole innovating thinker and reformer of his American market and, when it does about 100 pounds day, invented a system of "new gym- come, it is not appreciated. In fact, it name is no longer P. P. P.?" sterling. Then Mr. Philip Pottinger Pipps nastics,'" which carried everything be- may be safely said that no first class tea inNext morning he sought another having thrown up his under secretaryterview with his chief, and implored him ship and gone through the court, all his fore it until it simply broke down under or coffee comes to this market at all, its own weight The great glory of this and tho writer has never, to his knowlto lend, him , the Guarnerius he had friends shook their heads and out him, scheme was that "free gymnastics could edge, tasted a drinkable cup of either. shown him a few days before. , J and it was generally acknowledged that be carried out in any school-roowith- Neither has he ever seen what he con"You see, sir," laid ho, my own fiddle Jthe dogs" had been reinforced by the out removing the desks. It was very siders good raw coffee. It is for the ia a brute in the matter of tone, and now advent spruce and elegant good of Dr.' Lewis to show young people most part Rio which is badly cured, and ' that I've got this chance of playing as official. how to hang about in play hours in the the Ceylon coffee, which has been shown an amateur forXady Bareacres, I want juncture, At mind having todoitwell, because she couhfbe ex- turnedthis thoughts his chloroform or fetid chamber in which they had been to him in first class- stores in New York to working all day, and to substitute the and Chicago as good Ceylon, is either tremely useful to me, knowing all the Westminster bridge, of brother-in-laa stimulating association of the diagrams "low grown plantation" or "native," official world as she does. That Guarn- who drove a thriving trade in the dry and globes for that of the sunshine and both of which are the poorest quality erius of yours, sir, is, of course, goods line on Finsbury pavement, and I could' get a grand tone him a clerkship and a homo; andoffered green sward. No wonder that a trans- grown. The "Mocha" coffee is no better, Philip out of it and score a big success.. If Pottinger Pipps sottled down, laboring lation of Professor Kioss' "Pangymnas-tikon- " and dealors may not perhaps know that was widely read at the same ox-- the most of this brand comes from Ceyyou will lend it to me I will take the by lengthened his I HI-- -, ) tlm lon and Abyssinia,' and is the cheapest greatest care of it, and will return it to working dav to abo" -- -v- ' o coffee sold there. "Mooh" ' who ' - xnornif A FATAL PIDDLE. j s n ial to-da- J-p- paper-fasten- er J-p- en g day-drea- nt known in Ceylon as "poke" coffee. It is coffee which has dropped from the tree owing to over rlponess, and then picked up by children and old men or women. A few sacks full of this are always on hand on every estate; it is not cured in any way, simply left to dry in the skin. Dealers, generally Moormen, come round and buy this and it is then shipped to Aden, where it is and sent home as "Mocha." One thing more, before finis: the majority of the good housewives of America don't know how to make a good cup of tea. Even if they had good tea they They neglect to first would spoil it. and, most important of heat the all, the water is seldom at tho "boll" and when they pour it into the they don't give it long enough time to draw, besides stinting the quantity of tea put in. , The tea sold here is so weak that it requires' almost double the usual quantity to make even a mild solution. One last advice is, pour your boiling t water into the first ani put your tea on the top. The leaves, as they swell, sink to the bottom, and what little flavor is in the Tchai Americano will be extracted. Cor. Chicago Herald. ed tea-po- t, tea-po- t, tea-po- sir-P- hilip to-w- it, violin-p- laying. twelve-and-a-hal- f. paper-fasten- er J-p- The Fourteen Great Mlxtakes. Somebody has condensed the mistakes ;at the conclusion of life', that there are fourteen of them. Most people would say, if they told the truth, that there was no limit to tho mistakes of life; that they were like the drops in the ocean or sands on the shore in number, but it is well to be accurate. Here, then, are fourteen great mistakes: It is a great mistake to set up our own standard of right and wrong, and judge people accordingly, to measure the enjoyment of others by our own; to expect uniformity of opinion in this world; to look for judgment and experience in youth; to endeavor to mold all dispositions alike; to yield to immaterial trifles; to look for perfection in our own actions; to worry ourselves and-mrrive- d d bric-a-br- ac died; 'not to 'alleviate all that needs alleviation as far as lies in our power; not to make allowances for the infirmities of others; to consider everything impossible that we can not perform; to believe only what our finite minds can grasp; to expect to be able to understand everything. New York Star. Were and others with what can not bo reme- e ' er in-vie- n, to-da- o to-da- t The millions belong to Jay Gould. Sidney r Dillon,' Russell' 'Sage, Alonzo B. Cornell. AH were country boys, and wore shoes only on Sunday. Mr. Gould and Mr. Sage got their ideas of finance in village stores, and Mr. Dillon and Governor Cornell were day laborers, and thanked heaven when they trudged homo with $6 in their trousers pockets on Saturday night. New York Sun. ahdVr-Governo- Every day at 1 o'clock 1300.000.000 sit around a little mahogany table in an upper room in the Western Union building and eat a plain but substantial lunch. One Day Laborers. , I down-with-hi- s lf one-ha- lf To Make Drass Brittle. Moderately thick plates of sheet-bras- s may be cut chemically by drawing a line or mark with a solution of mercury in nitric acid. The acid attacks the copper, while mercury amalgamates with the zinc. This seems to be the explanation. At any rate, the brass becomes as brittle as glass on the place where the line is drawn, and is easily broken off. Chicago Timas. Qae&!gfeJaMes. Miss Ethel Have you ik-- George had a quarrel, Claraf Miss Clara No, indeed. It' is getting too near Christmas for me to quarrel with George, do- -- fellow. FORCED POLITENESS. two-thir- ds one-hal- one-thir- d one-four- th paper-fasten- er J-p- one-sixt- h under-sec-reta- ry paper-fasbne- J-p- en -- -- s, of-th- e good-nature- Mrs. Hendricks, the landlady, and Mrs. Simpson, who keeps a rival establishment around tbo corner, were returning from market when Dumloy chanced to meet them. Ho almost swept the ground with his hat "That Is Mr. Dumloy, my fourth floor back," explained Mrs. Hendricks. "Indeed 1" said Mrs. Simpson; "what a very polito and deferential young man." "Ho is three weeks behind with his board," replied Mrs. Hondrlcka grimly. AN UNEARNED REPUTATION. Feathorly was blowing his tea to cool it off, whilo Bobby regardod him with intense interest "What's the matter, Robert)" said the old man. "Don't you know that it is very impolite to staro at a person in that way!" "Huh!" responded Robby. "You said I.o was the'biggest blower in town. Ho can't blow any Uirder'n I can." CHAIB WANTED. ext Anti-Adulterati- on Wifo (just home from the camp meeting) We have had such a glorious meeting y. You know what an invalid Mrs. Benton has Yes. been for fifteen years? Husband Wife Well, if there over were saints on earth, sbo's one of them. 8ho says that she has sat all through those long years in her invalid inclining chair without a murmur, to-da- and in perfect pece and contentment Husband (very much interested) Is it possiblol I wish you would got tho name and address of tho man who inado that chair. New York Rim LOVE WAKES MEN. m " , An Idle poet, here and there, Looks round him; but, for all the rest, The world unfathomably fair. Love wakes men, once a lifetime each; They lift their heavy lids and look, And ft ! what one sweet page can teach, They read with joy, then shut the book, And some give thanks, and some blaspheme, And most forget; but either way; That and the child's unheeded dream t Is all the light of all their dav. - Is duller than a witling's jest w, mag-niflcie- 'extra--work,-whic- h t 1?-,- $' & FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Why iro nbotit with that aching1 head? Try Ayur's pills They, relieve the stomach, restore the cngestlve organs to healthy action, remove the obstructions that depress nerved and brain, and thus cure headache. R: Is Back.from the EAST and is;now receiving 'daily his i &icCUSE j i SH&sKvwi FOK THC NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM TOKOA MJ CURE OF and NERVOUS HEADACHE Tioga. Mr. Warren Pullinm cut clown rt beech tree yesterday for fuel. On the ftem was round the 'ancient engraving Graham 1774. m FALL & WINTER STOCK ,. -- ' c. o ;f- - -- , It contains no Opium or Morphine A. A. ls a product of the Tongaor iPrJendly Am eosTinced, after tcstiiur lt,'thtt Tomoaliks Islands, where It has long been ttsedu aal- rcmcay oy tno natives. uaoie ta a compoundof Tonga with l. Hare tested Tonoaunk In sereral eases of o other ingredients whose It tuts (riren me perfect pntiifsctinn properties have been tborotigbly tested. O. B. Ostiundxb. M. D., Fairburr, IU. ta taken .internally, and Sara tised ToKOAtun? duces no unpleasapt effects. matory Kheutnatlum, with In Kenralets and Inflam the rnj liest resnltn. cur-athNca-ralg- 4. VS(vo being The ttilrvlcw Sunday-schoplanted on good soil still flourishes, hence the death of all the adjacent schools surrounding. While a clarionet was playing a solo last Sunday, the organ apd choir being silent, Mr. liuforri's trained pup sung out a rich alto regardless of notes or time, to the amusement of the dense audience present. This is how a late teacher in educated Shelby excused himself from attending the Institute: ''Deer comish-ine- r, the old wpmin, left the bars down and the hogs is gone, isebeen a hunting them for 2 days and can't go." Mr. John Morris, of. Ohio, who has been exhibiting the capture of ol J. N. PAGE. M. D . Vnndercooli. 10. FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PniDE OTTE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. MELLIER, Sola Proprktor, 708 and Tit WA8UIHGTON AV6.NUK, ST. LOUIflL BOOT SANDSHOES . Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, "'." ' hats; caps, &c. ' Manufacturer and Dealer in ' ' FULL SUPPLY OF ' r . STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, h SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &6. Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blacfcemithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing- and Repairing Promptly - to the amusement. of crowded houses here and elsewhere, is on his way south. How John's historic picture time will take down in only am tell. Mr. Lee Tharp had a enr named Trip which he left with his brother at Indianapolis. Three days after the dog 'returned alone, over strange roads, broken down, from which he died. Trip had performed the journey without asking the way, a feat which many humans would fail to Mi-s-Mp- Jeff. Davis, ensconsed in female hoops Attended to. , Xaa.6. T- - S"u.c3s:Ie3r -- IS- Agent for BOI j&JX. . , I STILL AHEAD WITH THE per-orm.- , . , Our bad boy, on seeing Prof. Morris inflite his balloon. sneaked his 'mother's last raiment out t,o the baclc' yard. lie soon found an old hoop skirt and placed the garment, over it. A wisp of straw wns next placed at th;' .bottom and the.. torch' applied. The old lady rests easy and says that she would lose a dozen garments in the happiness of seeing hereon becoming such an inventive genius. Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in DR. W. '' - PILES mm OF CINCINNATI WILL BE AT THE ' Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Eewis St., Near the River, Frnnkfort, Ky. FOR PRICE LIST. a.s EnOr insriE: HjEIIS "s7"OEDEZS, - and zntid 1 KENTUCKY'S -- LKELLEY, OHIO, B0UTE EAST ron& HEW WASHINGTON. PMLULPMII THE OXLT LINE v I Ml ,M.NNnWiVW.UJi i ajinfMB T.amn 9 CAPITAL HOTEL I Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- FOK- Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. ST The plll aRaRJaWN!laJRlRaWV!Sim IN FRANKFORT. ICY.. - SATURDAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 23. NOV. 20, 1886. 1888. -- &. solid i?z?,.iasr -- FHOM- aflaHaPBHaPflBPBPJPiam ' Hard Times. While money is close, wages and prices low, "expenses should be cut down in everv .household. Economy th6 watch word for mothers, head off . v, STOCK -- OF- All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoil system without using the (cnife or lioatuhe and without any pain. LouisvillejCincinnali & LeAingion -- TO- STOVES, -- GRATES, MsHhI V " V' 'lA FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULGEH HUD REGTHL CATHRRH. WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with doctor ouis,.u.y Hiwii.vs i&ei'uiiiH m mi" Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Vases, houe, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough Stojre a cough And at price,s that canpot be dupliand Lung-Syrupcated, ever seen in one House in relieves Consumption, cures Frankfort before. Don't forC o .p.und pain in the Chest, in one fasttrnlns for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Diseased the remedyfor hard nt.it. It just.10 cents and $1.00. Ls get the place. conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, , J h Samples free. Chiles. times. Price Sold by Hughes imd . . JND. ' T.. BUCKLEY, St Clnir Street. UTEltUS, Cancer, of tUe Tongue. Mv wive, some three or four years agowas troubled with an ulcer on the side of her tongue near the throat. The pain was incessant, causing loss of sleoo and producing great nervous SfmMgsg Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. LYNCHHUKG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, -- AND ALL POJNTS IN- - MASTIN BROS . PRURITUS, Itching Piles,' For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest ticket-offic, prostration. Accbmpanyingthis trouble was rheumatism. It hail passed from theshoulder.s and centered in the wrist of one- hand, she almost losing the ue of it. Between the suffering of the two, life had grown burdensome.- By the use of a half dozen small-size- d bottles of Swift's Specific, she was entirely relieved and restored to health. This was three years aco, and there has been no return of the II. L. Middw:bhools. disease. Sparta, Oa., June 5, 188(5. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas- ....'.. -- DEALERS IN Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease thut exists in the , tower bowel. , REFERENCES. . v W. J.' HUGHES, Frankfort. RICHARD FERGl SON. Frankfort. J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. , W. W. MONROE, Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, Ac, ' ISO. fcc., Div. Pass'r Ajjont, Lexington, Ky. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to W. C. WICKHAM, H. W. FULLER, any one by addressing 2d .Vice President. Gen. Pass. Agt. W. S33 A.NJS STREET, I. KELLEY, , M. I)., -- 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati, 0. a Choice Coal Cheap! i -- W CONSULTATION FREE, Kentucky and MoSHERRY es mailed free. 3, Tun Swift Smcinc: Co., Drawer Atlanta, Ga. 157 W. 23d St . N. Y. vjM . "a Grain Drills, J- I. 00. F. MON-du- SCKEENED ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full Prompt Weight, Bottom Prices. KINDS Breaking Plows, 0 id Hickory Wagons Cutting Boxes, Corn Bhellers, Cider Mills. A general assortment of Hardware; full stock of Harness and Saddlery; seed "Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, &c. CSTFRICES GUARANTEED LOW. LODGE, NO. 6, MEETS EVERY nlgUt. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LEE A. OWEN, N. U. it. Williams, Sec. . April f. 17-t- y 3. CSBO.B. MAOKL2N,l Dcc.8.f.FRANKFORT'K- Telephone connection No. t Drs. Gober, Hudson & Gober ., WM. CROMWELL w AND A. H. V; A X 31tM ful freshness hair. CT Attorney-at-La- -- . sslB(BiTisT6rfIjW3wlssf3!5Ej; J HOMtEOPATHISTS! OfH.ce: 31T lUHLlliT, - Viifor curea laldncss. Hair Vigor rertorca youthand color to faded and gray ST. It attains these result by the stlni ulatlon of the hair roots nnd color glands. nnd cleanses It. It rejuvenates tho It restores to tho XJLxxJLAV that, cither by reason of ago or disease of tho scalp, has become dry, harsh and brittle, n pliancy and glossy silken softness of cstrcrao beauty. Thcro is no dyo in A cr's .T ' nnd tho good It does is by tho it imparls to tho follicles, nnd tho clean. HncBo and hc.ilthfulncss of tho condition in vhU.li it milnt.ilns tho scalp. Hair Vigor renews tho hair. . X 11XV JX "V"I?'I?9Ci Hair Vigor is tho best euro known for Brashy Hair, Scald niad, Itching Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, nnd nil other diseases oi the scalp that cnuso tho falling of tho TT d H fading. Nothing cleanses JLliM.XV of tho nulfanco of dandruff so perfectly, and eo effectually prevents its return, ns Ayeb'b Haib Viooij. In addition to tho curative nnd restoratlvo lrtues peculiar to Aycr's Hair it is ft toilet luxury. Tho Hair made. Is by far tho cleanliest It causes tho hair to grow thick nnd long, nnd keeps it always soft nnd glossy. tt Tf yp Ilalrr J.VVX CAPITAL ART GALLERY H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, ! July Mm. . P. T7. MAJOR, FRANKFORT, KY., IN THE COURTS OF tmk and the udjolnlng will also give special attention to the "mal use and sule of real estate, collection of ionts claiius aildthe negotiation of loans. Oftoopposlto cou rtn 01196 June Heal Estate Agent, PRACTICE 25-l- WILL A.TTOR3VMY AT, XjA"W. and Grunt cpun tier., In the Court,. of Appeals, and In (he Federal Court. ' ' 31Jj-t- t. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Main Street, Over Crutcher & Starks' White Hall ClothingHousc. CIRCUIT COURTS PRACTICE IN WILL Fidnklln, Carroll,THE Gallatin, Boone. Owen FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. " DENTIST, use of Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mar,20-tf j.T SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS' ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25-- tf. THE JAS. A. VI0LETT, Attorney at Xaw9 FRANKFORT, KY., PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Franklin andadlacentcountles. OFFICE Up stairs, over Judge P. U. Major's office. ' Aug. 14-t- f. XJTfi J.UUXV g fH Ayer's Hair Vigor Its use Contains no deleterious Ingredients. prevents all scalp disease, secures against tho jialr growing thin or gray, and surely cures all baldness that is not organic. , PREPARED BT -. . FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL REPRESENTING ' Trees, (JnijievlneB, Small Fruits, Asparagus Paints, and everything usually found In such un IS Leading American and Foreign Companiu. establishment. Our prices are as low as we sell direct to the planters, having no agents. All WITH OYK claiming to be such ure frauds. 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