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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886102301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) " ! ..y,,, , T, - - v t rw WTT 7t; r '"V. The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 23, 1886. Number 6. RIMFULL OF BUSINESS 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. In selecting our stock of HATS, we have endeavored to get all the Leading Styles, and think vc can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPilRTMEN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT IS OUR PRIDE! In it you can find any kind of goods you may want. Our Cutter and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order COME TO SEE US. intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. We will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. Fredrick Warde at the Opera House. What promises to prove the most notable event of the dramatic season Is announced for the first three nights of next week in the engagement of the distinguished tragedian Fredrick Warde and his celebrated company. Mr. Warde lias by former engagements in tills city established himself as a favorite here. It is four years since ho was last seen here, and during the intervening time he has steadily advanced in his profession and in popular favor, until now he is recognized as the foremost representative of robust tragedy on the American stage. His recent engagements in New York were perfect ovations to his brilliancy and genius, and ho returns to that city in November for of six an extended weeks. Jn Washington, Baltimore and Pittsburg the theaters have been too limited in capacity to seat the multitudes who have desired to witness Iiis performances, and standing room was at a premium during his visits thero. The company- supporting Mr. Warde has shared largely in the honors won this season Each individual member having been specially selected for his or her peculiar fitness for the various roles assumed. The Warde management carries historically correct scenery for the different plays in the repertore, and costumes designed from the original plates representing the historic characters portrayed in the tragedies per- . Queries answered. purest stripe, without byThe subject of fractions was introduced bard" of the Thos. It. Ford. gt the faintest suggestion of a belt, and Theory and practice of teaching arithmesuspended by small straps over tic was demonstrated by Prof. Car ithers to was the shoulders. Had it been worn so as the benefit of all present. to cover the upper portion of the The of the teachers by the body the lower limbs would have month was explained by the Superintenbeen exposed to the cold gaze of a dent. critical public; and had it on the The duties of teachers came next. Discussion opened by J. V. Douglass. other hand reached to the shoe-top- s the wearer would have been minus The President notified the teachers that any covering above her waist. It the County Association would meet at Col. tist, Methodist, Campbellites and CathT. B. Ford's office the 2nd Saturday looked more like a satin coffee-sacolicsall of whom went away nice and s cut through it and in November. with civil, and would have remained so but for a half-mafor some ltist love. hung at vicious dog of Tom Ballou's, who bit a Night session. d imitation of a A lecture, on Physiology was delivered number of poor unsuspecting Another dress was worn by a visitor, and the by T. E. Utterback. We regret that there Christians, who had their pockets picked of best description I can make of it is were not all the teachers present to hear Mr. what money they had. Dog bites make the one given by a lady, who said: U. upon this subject. people very sick. Some threw up, some "Miss did have on a piece of a An educational address by Col. T. B. were some were sleepy. There dress when she camo in, but I do be- Ford was next in order. The Col. fully was enough burgoo and sheep hash left at lieve she has danced it all off." sustained the reputation he has heretofore Hatton to fatten all of the dogs in three formed. miles of the station. Bell had to take his earned as an educational speaker. Another bello wore a winding-shee- t with him in going to and from the Miss Katie Shipp next read an essay en- shot-guThe plays selected for production of white, draped; iu true Japanese here are as follows: Monday night. fashion, and amused herself by cast- titled "Our Work," in which she showed depot. Oct. 25th, Sheridan Knowles grand ing shy glances at her feet through the great need of the day. $IOO REWARD tragedy Viginius. Tutsday night the inner folds of her garment. The Judge W. M. Ucckner then took the To any one who will kill Ballou's dog, Shakespeare's most popular play chestnut-bell- s might have been rung stand, and for three quarters of an hour desctiption he is a slit nose Richard III or the Battle of with much propriety on some of the held the audience intensely interested with bob tail. You will know him on Field. Wednesday night the chestnut belles who not being able while he spoke on "Popular Education." sight by his sneaking qualities. ,now play recently added to Mr. to dance insisted upon monopolizing This speech was said to be the best of all Please say to my nephew, at Harper's Wardo's list, an adaption from the the floor, thus barring those who that he has made upon this subject. Ferry, that his aunt has a baby, and that m French of Saumet. entitled Galbathe could the opportunity and pleasure. the birth was not previous enough, which Gladiator, which Is declared by the The ball was a great success, but A negro male child about twelve caused his uncle u great deal of trouble. If you know anything auout Stone press of tho cities, in which it has thero was ouch a jam that dancing-in- g hours old was left in the yatd of Mr. Kitchen or Buck Run school district, let been represented, to be one of the was impossible until quite late. Chas. S. Green, on Conway street, me hear from you. I'm so afraid that the strongest tragedies ever brought out. persons Friday night. "When it was discover- poor children will get in the school. What Reserved seats for the entire enSome fifty to seventy-fiv- e gagement are on sale at Barrett's. went down to Louisvillo to see the ed the police were promptly sent for has become of the young lady of the Midway Orphan School, ai d the good trustees The prices are one dollar In the Fire-worand Exposition on Thurs- and tho little waif turned over to the who tried so hard to defeat her for the 75 cents in the Circle, 50 cents school in the Kitchen district. News came city authorities. iu the Balcony and 25 in the Gallery. day morning. non-payme- The following infamous slander upon ladies who attended the Centennial Hop in this city, appeared in the Louisville Truth of October 10th. If the author of the same would only show up in this city we think we can coat safely promise him a first-clas- s of tar and feathers or a sound thrashing: Ladies in search of startling novelties in dresses for evening wear would have profited by a visit to the Centennial hop given at the Capitol Hotel, Frankfort, on the evening of theGth. One of the most noticeable costumes was made of a thin, ven material, which showed up a form divine every time the fair wearer would get between you and the light. It was a "Mother Hubloosely-wo- Proceedings of the Frank- Letter from Zeke Yocum. lin County Teachers' String Town, Ky., 1SS6. Institute. This leaves me and Dear Net-he- Friday : 14th, 1S86. Prof. R. H. Carothers. Institute called to order. Prayer by Roll called. The subject of grammar was then discussed. Prof. Carothers opening the discussion and was followed by Prol. Browder, T. B. Ford and others. The discussion lasted until after 12 m., and all present seemed to be deeply interested. Committee on resolutions reported. (Printed last issue.) The name of T. V. Forbes was ordered to be placed on the resolutions with Mr. Davis but was overlooked in some way. Query box opened and questions assigned. Afternoon. your aunt well. Suppose your heard that your aunt was a mother. The birth was not as previous as your uncle would have liked, but so it is, it was a rare ripe case. It gives me some consolation to know that I'm not the only man that has a rare ripe baby. His name is Uncivil Service. You know we Democrats have sit down on Grover and James Beck, in the Louisville district. Pardon me for referring to political matters, knowing your valuable paper is neutral in politics. Will you pleae make an apology for me, through the columns ot your paper, for not making the speech promUed at the Centennial. My excuse is that on my road from Sandrillle at night I came in contact with the blossom end of a pole cat, and soiled my clothes so that I could not come. My heart was with you in the Cen. Ten. I was at Hatton, on the 5th of October. There was some fifty or sixty tickets sold for the Centennial. I went to Ilatlon on the 6th of October, just after 3 o'clock, a. m and found forty or fifty waiting for the agent to get up. Some three hundred bought tickets. It's safe to say that, out of the three hundred who bought tickets for the Centennial at Hatton, one hundred of that number were church members Bap- will be from Sandrifile. Church news. Mrs. John Sargent united with the Christian Church at this place lat Lord's day. I predict that site will be a shining ornament to the church. to Harper's that they had gone to Row; n countv, and had taken command of a company of regulators. I will leave Hatton soon, my next letter Yours trulv, Zeke Yocum. An elastic step, buoyant spirits, and clear complexion, are the results of pure blood. Tho possessor of healthy blood enjoys a clearness of perception, impossible when the olood is heavy with impurities. Take Ayer's Sarsa pari 11a, the best blood purifier and vltnlizer. The Leestown Stars went to Tiger to shoot the Tiger Club Saturday, but were most woefully disappointed, as the Tigers gobbled them up to the tune of U to-i- . Though numerous causes may operttte to turn the hair gray, all that is needed to restore tho natural color is Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer. For more than twenty years its sales have been enormous, but we have yet to learn of its first k arm-hole- st much-notice- feeble-minde- d failure. The third trial of James Jenkins for the murder of Jno, Lewis Daily has been going on this week. Mr. Charlie Jenkins, of Bridgeport, seeing our announcement of a big sweet potato, iu our last, has brought us one that goes a half pound better, weighing 5 pounds. It is a yellow cress-eye- n I Bermuda. A young man named Vardeman, from Bagdad, was tried, on Saturday, before Esq. McDonald, for striking Mr. Sam Luscher, Centennial Day, and fined bull-do- g, Boa-wor- th $. Par-quett- e, ks Mrs. Bartlett Crutcher has placed on our table a sweet potato of the Red Bermuda variety which weighs four pounds. It Is a splendid one, ami we return our thanks. jjijfc -- - - --- -- 11 iMflUr 1 tmatf mii j - Ifr iTt aii f'WJT'WW 7 J''f ?."" mi IBBMKMMMmimi f23VnRMK: FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered (it the us post-offic- e second-clas- s nt Frankfort, Kentucky, Mailable matter. Hon. Sandford B. Thomas, of Scott county, and Miss Loulie K. Chiles, of this city, were married at the residence of Col. John L. Scott, "Edge-wood,- " on Wednesday last, by Rev. George Darsie. Mr. Thomas is a prominent young lawyer of Scott county, and Miss Chiles, is a charm- 0,000 ILOTIESIXlNrGr BOUGHT AT THE o;ooo irn'""i""rp' GEORGE A. LEWIS, IcLitoc cn-d- . Fia.'blicli.ex. S3, 188G. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER Deatli of Miss Mi-ss 13. T. Lewis. ing and accomplished young lady. The young couple have our best wishes. Sam Crawford, a negro convict, sent from Meade county for life for murder, made his escape from the - . ' tfi' V AY r.. '" I' Col. John L. Scott gave a nice enWe are under obligations to Mr. tertainment to his children, on Wed- E. A. Fellmer for late files of New nesday evening, at which a number Orleans papers. THE TIRRY FARM! Our new Circuit Judge, ITon. Warof the young people were present, and Two men named Snider and Johnren Montfort, opened the October enjoyed themselves hugely. I will sell at public rale, on tlio premises, on son became involved in a difficulty, term on Monday last. The Judge is Mr. John E. Kane, Sergeant-at-Arm-s on Sunday afternoon, in classic SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886, no stranger in this community, and of the Superior Court, was ad- "Craw," when Snider struck John- The Terry Farm, n well known and very flue 'we believe will make a firm upright -i miles by turnpike from Frankfort or Lawrence, mitted to the Franklin bar on Mon- son a terrilfic blow over the head, John- burn, ubout 3 miles from either Uridgeport. Alton, no Judge, who will show Kate, day. Mr. Kane is a thorough gen- son then drew his "little pop" and or Hardlnsvllle, the pike passing the frontacres, quarter, enforcing the law alike upon with bridge over the creek, containing 217 to make a fine blazed away four times, neither shot all In agrass or clover except about acres, which tleman, and promises the rich and the poor, the high and Is sown The lawyer. taking effect on his game. The men consist ofIn wheat and rye. IioumjoIImplements solidly built brick seven rooms, the low. p.nlry. and kitchen, good double cabin for serwere arrested by Chief Merchant, but vants, largo stables, Hon. John S. Gaunt, the new Comgranary, About four o'clock on Thursday released on their own recognizance. n lino monwealth's Attorney did not arlarge orchard In full bearing, eta Fencing good evening the water pipe burst, near Snider had to have his hand dressed and a great deal of- It new. Flue'well and spring Tuesday morning. The rive until the corner of Main and Wilkinson by Dr. Brown, he having cut it bad- In the jard; a pool of spring water hi stable lot business of the Court is being transand abundance of slock water on the place. streets,and tore things looose ata very ly when he struck Johnson. eabh; remainder lu one, TERMS acted with care and dispatch. two, bearing Inttiest at thorato lively rate for a short while, until the The parties were tried, on Monday, of sixand tlueo years, annum, secured by Hen and per cent per lusurunco Water Company's men could be sum- and Johnson fined $21 and costs for diately. on buildings. Possession glen immeThe many friends of Mr. David B. We regret to learn of the death of At the same time will bo sold porno horse stock, Bell, a former citizen of our county, Mrs. Rebecca M. Crutcher, wife moned and turn the water off The being too handy with his "pop." Including a line rockuway horse, beveral head of damage was repaired on that night cows, among which are three superb milkers; some will regret to learn that he died on of Levi T. Crutcher, Eq., which took everything is working all right Good Results in Every Case. calves, yearling, etc.; bunch of good ewes with Southdown bueK. Thursday, Oct. M, at his home in place on Thursday last, at the family and A credit of six months will bo given for notes, wHth approved Miss'., of malarial fever. residence near Jett's Station, this now. Greenville, security, pajablo In bank. D. A Bradford, wholesalo paper further information address the undersignedFor at "Dave," as he was so familiarly county. Two young men named Montague dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, lirldgeport, Franklin county, or call on him on the m Sale that he was seriously afllicted with a premises. 18hoHd.to commeneo at 11ii u, K1NKEAD. known, was our friend in the days Mrs. crutcher was in the Slid year and Shea were arrested by officer U. Oct 1U, that "langsyne" at the "Old Stone School of her a?,e, and had biea the wife of James Hurst, charged with robbing severe cold manysettled on his lungs; remedies without had tried House," at Woodlake, and was a Mr. Levi T. Crutcher for more than a stranger of $12.00 at the boarding benefit. Beine; induced to try Dr. whole-soule- d and upright gentleman sixty years. For over half a century house of Capt San. W. Goins, corner King's New Discovery for Consump. .i did so OF A she had been a faithful and consis- of Lewis and Clinton streets, on Wed- tion,the use and was entirely cured of a few bottles. Since by Hunting, fishing, and persimmon tent member of the Methodist nesday night. The grand jury in- which time he has used it in his famFranklin County Farm, gathering are the most popular Church. And that Savior she had so vestigated the matter, on Thursday, ily for all Coughs and Colds with the ceramusements of the day among a ON faithfully served in life, was her and they were indicted for felony and best results Thisis the experience tain ciass of young men just now. stay and support at the last. of thousands whoselives have been MONDAY. NOVEMHKK 1, 18S6. placed in jail to await trial. saved by this Wonderful Discovery We do not dare to say that the grand m To the aged and desolate husband, (COURT DAY.) party at the Trial Bottles free at Jos LeComple's jury's session lias anything to do with and the large family of children and There was a storm o Drug Store. WILL ON THE AROVE DAY SELL TO THE residence of Mr. Cyrus Calvert, near the sudden fondness of these young grand children, left behind we 1 highest bidder, at the Court House door In tender the mouth of Elkhorn, on Tuesday men for this class of amusements, FniMKfon, Ky., at oruutut tho hour of 12 in., the our sincerest sympathy in their deep the farm which 1 night. There were quite a number Housekeepers,. Attention! contululug about purchased from Mr. L. J. Cox, but a hint to the wise is sufficient. alllietion. of ladies in attendance, among whom The Grand Lodge, Grand Chapter, Sam McCurdy, who is in jail await- were Misses Mary Bacon, Pearl Poland Grand Council of Ancient York ing his trial for attempting to JenIF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT DREAD, USE kill lard, Emma Stone, Claudia and Of good land situated about miles from FrankMasons have been jn session in Louisnie Sullivan, and the Misses Fisher, fort, Ky., on tho Peak's 31111 pike, in mllo lrom Oflicer Henry Brown about a year ago, the Owenton pike, 1 mile from tho Georgetown ville this week, commencing on Tues- attempted to make his escape LeCOMPTE'S of Frankfort. There were some and Frauktou pneo and H,lj miles lrom tho VerSatursailles and Frankfort pike, IbU acres of which Is day. Old Hiram Lodge, No 4, was day night from one of twelve or fifteen gentlemen present. rich bottom land, bo acres in lino timber, all the upper poswell watereu and This laud represented by Geo. A. Lewis, W. rooms of the Court House, where the All went merry as a marriage bell, BAKING itively bargain may expected. POWDER! Messrs. sold Eand afenced.tMt, Laud bewill be LexM., and Esoteric Lodge, No. o12, was prisoners are at present Delph a and every one went away pleased Agents, J. confined ington, Ky will show the land, anu Mr. Win. represented by W. S. Caplinger, S. awaiting the completion of with the result. The music was furliaiuej, coal dealer at tho Fiauklort bridge, wilt the jail, give miormatlon regarding the same. Prewired and FOR SALE ONLY, by W. by running an iron poker under the nished by Winter's Band. Terms will be made to suit un body. OEUlltiL' W. HENRY, toRowland Park Stock Farm, Abhkum, III. ' A meeting of the students of the We regret to learn that Mr. Thos. window sill, tying his blankets oct. Lillard, of Mercer county, committed gether and fastening them to the late Prof. B. B. Sayre was held at on Wednesday night, suicide, on Monday evening, at his poker. In getting out of the window the Court-hous- e FOR SALE Oil EEjN'T. "PROPRIETOR OF THE- residence by hanging in his dining he slipped, lost his hold on the blank- the 20th Inst., at which those present OF room. This sad event is a peculiarly et and fell lo the ground, a distance formed a temporary organization by mllo A SMALL FARM ono 70 ACRES. LYING ON THE Owenton pike, quarter surprising one, as he was happily of fifteen feet, alighting on a large electing Capt. Lewis E. Harvio nMOUSEN. HARRIS COLOGNE tins city, suitable for a dairy and a Apply totrom f,um. stone and a portion of iron railing Chaiiman and M. P. Gray, Secretary. W. T. (..VINES. Oct. situated in every respect in life. ANDwhich had been removed from the The following committee was aprem --cr vjcti .jj Mrs. John W. McCluro was paid, on court room, and bruising himself up pointed to draft a resolution defining L'COMPTE'S HANDSffiOOTHEB. OF CIIANdlM! MY LOCATION I Saturday, $2,01)0 insurance upon the terribly. Mr. P. F. Smith, who was specifically the plan of a permanent heiebv offer for sale inj farm, riftucreti, situattho life of her late husband, by the guarding the prisoners, was in the organization, which they are to pre- FARM county, FOR SALE! ed onfrom Louisville pike, in Fiunklliifrom Frank-u mile (iraifcncburgr.iKl7i,jiulk'n Kn ights of Honor, he being a mem- court room at the time, ran out when sent at another meeting to be held at fort Excelltnt dwelling oube, (i rooms, g well, splendid joungouhard, together mth ber of Frankfort Lodge, No. 10, in he heard him fall, with his pistol the Court-hous- e on Wednesday night, all necessury Per luither Informato tho presented ready to shoot, but the November the gel: Dr. W. 11. Phy-tliia- CONTAIN ING 152 ACRKS, tion applyor on undersigned, (iraefeusburg.ahel-b- y this city. county tho prenutes. poor wretch exclaimed "don't shoot, KOHKRTSTORTS. Chairman, J. M. Pendleton, Adjoining the Kentucky Military Institute, six Oct. Mr. Thos. B. Rodman, son of J. L. I am about dead now." He was Geo. R. Vallandingham, Uberto miles south of Frankfort. l, Rodman, Esq., and Miss Julia taken up, carried into the Court Keenon, W. H. Murray. Quito a Comfortably Two-Sto- ry House I daughter of Dr. 13, F. Duvall, House and a physician sent for, when number of pupils of Prof. Sayre have A HEEN HAVING tho late APPOINTED will be married at the Baptist Church, it was discovered no bones were enrolled their names as members of MrUher on tho place; well watered, knowing thcmbelvcH lii'ULtJd Pierce, all persons And good to in this city, on Wednesday evening broken. He has since been suffering the Sayre Memorial Association, and and gteater pait lu prass; eight acres In apple como forward and bettlo at once,him will i)itMt. orchard, trees in excellent hearing condition. 1'or having claims agilnst tho mtitto of and all tlio-next, at i) o'clock. All their friends a great deal, but will be all right a large attendance is expected at the further Injormatlon. apply ut I'ayno & Lorry's said decedent are notllled to present tho same, properly Insurance Oillcu, or to are invited to be present. JOH; S. PIKItCE. Jr., ' again in a short time. for settlement. next meeting, Nov. 00. (JEN'L fcCOTT DROWN. llKMt. Elizabeth Traverse Lewis, a former citizen of the Wood lake neighborhood, and an aunt of the editors of this paper, dial at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Susan It Price, at Brookside, near Richmond, Va., on Friday, October lo, in the 71th year of her age. The older membersof this community will remember her as a lady of unusual mental attainments; of warm and generous nature; fearless and intelligent in the expression of her views; and altogether one of the loveliest of the old fashioned Virginia ladies of the olden time. She was born in Spottsylvania county, Va., in August, 1813, came to Kentucky about the year 1832, and resided near Woodlake, this county, until 1882; when she returned to Virginia. She united with the Presbyterian Church in this city about 1S42, under the ministry of Bev.T. J. JJulloek, D. D., and has ever since, by her life and conversa. tion, .hoi ne testimony to the truth and sufficiency of the religion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Of delicate and nervous temperament, she suffered long and patiently, and at last fell asleep in the blessed hope of a brighter world beyond. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord," for verily "they do rest from their labors and their works do follow them." Penitentiary, just after dark Sunday evening, by lashing two small ladders together, placing them against the rear wall, climbing into a guard s' box on the wall separating the yard from the other portion of the prison, and lowering himself to the ground with a rope. He was as firemen and was not locked up when the balance of the prisoners went to their cells, lie had served eleven years of his term. wo-mencm-ployed Great Auction & Sale)! Of the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim Bauer, at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the Judge Montfort is opening the eyes of recalcitrant and careless witnesses. The habit has been growing in this county, to be very careless about obeying the summons of the sheriff, and frequently cases have been delayed until finally thrown out by this policy. When attachments issue the parties have generally been let off on any kind of excuse. The new Judge called up eight or ten witnesses on Thursday and fined them for not obeying the summons, and announced the new policy in no uncertain terms. Good for you, Judge! LOWEST CASH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTION In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy CLOTHING. SHOES, HATS, ETC. Crutcher & Starks. rS7-:Ea:xi,:E evil-doe- rs What came near being a very serious fire occured at the Opera Ilou.-- e, at seven o'clock, on Wednesday night. It seems that there was a pile of waste paper and kindling near the coal bunk, under the staging, which was ignited either by ac cident or design, it is hard to determine which. It was burning quite fiercely when discovered, but was quickly extinguished when our "lire laddies" reached the place. Owing to the dense it was almost impossible to learn the extent of the damage until next morning, when it was found not to amount to more than $10 or $20. By the use of the new cut-onozzles the fire boys were able to extinguish the fire without the usual damage by water. ff zKrx-OL- u PUBLIC SALE! farm-IV- SJO buggj-hous- e. corn-cri- b, Jl", (iSWV snioKe-hous- o, hen-hous- - One-four- th PUBLIC SALE 260 ACRES 1! Joseph LeCompte -- tf n-c- 1 never-fallin- n, Du-val- nsroazEL out-hous- "i. Administrator . t ., ri ,U At L1 l VtHi.LAO". 1'h L' ' t .'i''Ar!' Bffl .( : wy V4." tJtW. uli Hit; iSMR? m IKM: Vi , -- mm. Mk.f hEVar , CtsSrertTA J:..ftl KSKC V " who has been' 'travelling in the east" for a month or so, returned home on Sunday. FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 23, 1880. Miss M. T. Sewell, who has been visiting Miss Helen Williams, South The news from Gen. John Rodman Side, returned to her home in Monday. yesterday afternoon was to the effect that he was lying very ill, and his Capt. Sam. M. Swigert. TJ. S. A., with his wife and daughter, are on u death momentarily expected. visit to Capt. Swigert's brothers J. . Mr. Richard Jenkins has left at this and J. Swigert, near Spring Station. Mr. Sam Thomasson, of Salem, Viroffice some of the nicest apples we ginia, who has been visiting his have seen this year. They were of brother, .Mr. D. A. Thomasson, In the Roman Beauty variety, and' are this county, left Monday night for splendid for either cooking or eat- home. PHHDDHlif Sii mid'-?'r-Ji.i.i- r ;v,i;?i,fv Ir'u'i i j .. SftffellV a.iw . i -- Camp-bellsbu- rg for Eddyville,where he will in the future reside. Miss Annie Wood and her guest, Miss Lulie Lee, visited Louisville last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. South Trimble have from their recent illness; both had ' fever. father-in-la- xMrl'BtSf Sullivan left here last Thursday, ing. Messrs. S. & Mr. Oscar Dejoiner, from Council Bluff, Mr. L. Iowa, is visiting his E. Burdin, at Switzer. Mr. William Sudduth and family left s here last week for a short stay with near Hatton. Mr. Steve Black bought a very fine colt at the Glenview sale last week, price rela-live0. SK.es T r J. H. Told purchased, U.tyfi? wl 7 $K35V k 11 on Monday the coal business of Mr. W. T. Gaines. They take his stock of coal on hand together with all his carts, wagons and horses, and will re- move their office to his old stand. Mr. Gaines will give his entire attention to his tow boat, the Houston Combs. ; Mr. John Frazer, of Woodlake, has laid upon our table a curiosity in the shape of a large Shaker Russett Potato from which are growing in all directions, other potatoes to the number of ten. One or two of the smaller ones closely resemble the 5 pro-fli- p 'v of a human face. Mr. Frazer raised a large crop of these potatoes, which are very fine, but he wishes it understood that he has none for .sale. We return thanks for a nice 'mess for our table. Mr. John T. Parker, of the Farm dale neighborhood, has left on' our table the finest pear we have ever seen raised in this section, which was .grown on his farm. It is of the Duch ess de Angouleme variety, weighs one pound Your ounces and a half, M? Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 23, 1886. The undersigned would wish to state to the citizens of Frankfort and vicinity that they are preparing for publication, and will issue in a short time, a Centennial Souvenir, history of Frankfort and Franklin county from 1786 to 1886, together with a complete review of the business interests of Frankfort and vicinity. This will contain John Mason Brown's Centennial Oration in full, together with an account of the of the Frankfort Centennial Celebration. It will also contain interesting papers from the pens of Frankfort's best literary people. We would call the allien-tioof the business men to the advantages which would accrue to them by placing an advertisement therein, as the' history will he gotten up in a neat, book form, and will be read ' by every one in the cily and county. , The publishers will call on the business men of the city during the week and would be gkd to make arrangements with them for space, etc. Mr. Goodwin will call on the citizens shortly for their patronage in the way of subscription. Price, 50 cenls; no money1 collected for these books until they are placed in your hands. Subscrip tions received at C. L. Kendall's bindery. n The New Sensation. Mr. Louis Todd, from Bellepoint, has been the guest of Mr. Griff Stedman, at -- Kkndall & O'Connor. measured 13 inches in circumference. free upon which it' grew is a small ( The one, being only nine feet in height and seven and a half inches at the base which has been bearing for three years, and bore but 39 this ,year, which averaged one pound in weight. And it was perfectly ' . delicious to the taste. BO tiN. Saturday, Oct. 9, to the wife of J as. N. Miles, u son, Robert Samuel. ntEu. At the residence of nls father. In this coiiity. of congestion of the bruin, Lawhence Hamilton, lu- ianc son 01 jc. u. una wary x. .Ferguson. Near!thts city, on Monday. October ISth. 1880. Jimmie M. Downey, aged 14 years. Jlmmle wiu an exceedingly kind and affectionate son and brother, and was devoted to his parents. ah In valid ail 01 nis uie, ne was particularly endeared to his mother, brothers and slaters on account of Personal. Mr. C. E. Collins left, on Thursday evening, ior a trip to Arkansas. Miss Sue Geislin was in Louisville on Tuesday. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart attended the Card of Thanks. Grand Lodge of Masons this week. W. P. D. Bush and wife To the Officers ami Members of the Franklin Judge County Teachers' institute: went to Louisville on Tuesday. I desire to take this opportunity of Mr. J. E. Darnell went down to expressing my sincere anl heartfelt thanks to the Institute for the interest they have Louisville on Thursday evening. taken in me, as expressed by the resolution Misfes Sue G., Llllie and Carrie passed during your recent session. Bush went to Louisville this week. I am pleased to say that I am now Mr. J. Clifford Page, of Memphis. improving very much in health, and if I Term., has been on a visit to this city continue so to do, will be ready for the duties of my school room in a few days. this week. I was pleased to hear that the Institute ' Mr. J. E. Kane went down to was a perfect succees, and regret very Louisville to spend a few days on much that circumstances prevented me I Thursday. from participating in the exercises. Yours fraternally, Mr. M. D. Averill attended the V F. W. DAVIS. Grand Lodge of Masons at LouisOct. 18, 1886. ville. his gentle disposition and unfortunate lntirmtty. He was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd, und was ready and willing to die. His last moments were spent In anocklmr und think ing of bis family and friends. Ho has gone lu u more beautiful home to awult tnelr comliijf. ,llu inomer, oroiners unu sisisrs a.).i ineiU3 mourn 111s uuumeiy loss. mai iv . Josie Mahoney is visiting her. .cousins, Muggie and Mamie Downey, near this city. Miss Lucy Bush, who has been visiting the eastern cities, returned on .Sunday. Miss Cora Blakemore, of this county, went to Louisville, on Tuesday, to visit friends. Col. John Shelby, a prominent young lawyer of Lexington, was in the city on Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Saffell went down to Louisville, on Tuesday, to consult Dr. Cheatham about his injured eye. Hon. W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Lexington, was in the city on Tuesday in attendance upon the courts Misses Emma Kavanaugh and Mat-ti- e Jones have been visiting friends in Woodford county. KHon. W. C Owen, of Scott, was shaking hands with his many friends here this week. Miss Forks of Elkhbru. Mr. Jno. Bowen went to the great sale last week. Glen-vie- w Miss Mattie Robb spent several days with Miss Josie Murphy last week. Miss Annie South, of Frankfort, is out visiting relatives and friends. Mr. AlrStedmau, who has been vsick, has about recovered. Whooping cough prevails as an epidemic in this community. Mr. Cass South 'and two children have the whooping cough. OF W. H. Miss Helen Long, of Georgetown, was AS ADMINISTRATORpublic outcry, JONES. o I will sell at at the the guest of the Misses Wilson this week. door In tho City of Frankfort, on Monday, November 1st, 18b0, two shares of stock In the Mr. Howard Black has been in Lexington Frankfort and Owen Turnpike Company. Terms B. S. SCANTLAND, Adin'r, cash. this week exhibiting his fine horses. . Oct. Mr. James Gallihue and wife and daughter went to the Exposition last week. SA-Lli;- . Mr. Wm. Crutcher, of Madison county, Mr. Lute Thompson, of Stedmanville, ON WHICH I RESIDE THE PROPERTY comprising four acres. AsIN who has been quite sick, is improving. is visiting menus in mis iieiguuuiiiuuu. a 1 South Frankfort, suit purchasers. p..ui-,cervices at Brideenort Christian whole or In lots to STODDARD JOHNSTON, Born, to Mrs. Minnie Dejoiner, of North tf. at 1 o'clock. Frankfort, Ky. 4t. Church Fork neighborhood, a son, L. E. Burdin. 18-l- Stedmanville. Miss Addie Cason, having spent two weeks with Miss Lulie and Susie Jones, returned home last week. Miss Bettie Macklin, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Blackburn, returned to Georgetown Tuesday. Miss Annie Marquess, a charming young lady of Madison, Ind., is visiting friends in this community. We are glad to see that our paper has doubled itself since the Centennial, let us keep it up. It is the heading county paper. The colored brethren of the Baptist persuasion had a baptizing at thisplace last bunclay. liiglit candidates were immersea. The protracted meeting at the Mt. Pleasant Church closed last Saturday with 14 additions, 10 by experience, 3 by letter and one restored. The sale of stock and produce on the farm recently owned by Mr, Adam Harper, took place on the 25th int. A fare price was obtained for every thing oilerea. The Fork's nine were defeatad by a score of 8 to 4 at Stamping Ground last Saturday. Only live of their nine were present, and the game was played with 8, three others having bten selected from the bystanders. The young ladies and gentlemen contem plate opening a skating rink at Woodlake very sjoh. The rink last winter afforded a large amount of tun, and much enjoyment is anticipated from it this coining season. bought a mare in , Mr. William Bedford Frankfo'rt, Centennial week, which has proved to be a very fast animal. He says .she can trot in 2:40 and was offered g6oo lor her a few days ago. Wilson West and Manlius Ward, two colored men, died last week near Woodlake of dysentery or flux. This d'sease has ex isted as an epidemic in this neighborhood for the lust three or four .months. In all several hundred cases have occurred and many deaths have resulted. No new cases are reported at present. The colored people have been holding a protracted meeting in their new chapel for llic last three weeks; services are protracted to a late hour each night. The deep tones ol the preacher and the shrill voices of the sisters floating on the night air down the waters ol North hlkhoin, are not at all unmusical, and mellowed by distance produce an agreeable weird sensation upon the listener. Some of the citizens of North Fork neighborhood requested me, through the columns of the Roundabout, to ask the County Attorney, or some one who knows, something about the bird law. If it is no' Please in existence when does it expire? next week's paper. They expect answer to test this in the next grand jury, as some hunters have failed to observe the law. The following piece was wiitten by a young man who recently fell in love and is disenbing the scenery to his fair one: The sceneiy around the Forks at this season of the year is very beautiful. The lofty cliffs, meadows and meandering undulating streams, softened by the mellow tints ol the. Autumnal foliage, produce a picture In fact it unparalleled in loveliness. might be said of this section of the country, if not of ail the earth, it is at least the most smiling corner of the county." (We agree with him all along, and those who do not, let them come and see for themselves.) Wilson, of Miss Mamie and Alice Meadow Grove, neaj Woodlake, entertained Miss Annie Wood and her company last Saturday evening. The hostesses strove, in their usual hospitable way, to make every oue happy, and the occasion was highly enjoyed by all present. The ladies present were Mrs. Dr. Wilson, Mrs. Robert Wilson, jr., Misses Annie Wood, Lulie Lee, Bettie Macklin; Lulie and Susie Jones, Helen Long and Miss Benton. The gentlemen were Messrs. Dr. Wilson, Waller Lewis, Will Drennon, Stewart Wood, B. and Frank Frazier and Dr. Coleman. 111 Evergreen Sunday school picnics Very warm and dry for the season. Ryal Wade has been considerably indisposed this week. The whooping cough is still progressing. Two sales last Saturday, Mrs. Freeman and R. B. Jenkins. The emigration fever prevails to an alarming extent. Born. October 12, 1886, to Mr" Sam' Collins and wife, a son Clarence. Miss Mattie Jenkins and Miss AlmaScho-flel- d are on a visit to friends in Louisville. ,Mr. John Angrave was in Louisville several days last week. The accommodation business seems to be about played out. Miss Maggie Sargent entertained quite a company of the beaux and belles of Bridgeport last Sunday. Miss Mary Lynn Robb has returned to her home in Mercer county from a visit to relatives in this section. Mr. Oscar Wade and wife visited his mother, Mrs. James Harrod, the first of the week. Mrs. Sallie Turner and two children, of Louisville, have returned home from a visit to relatives in this section. If trustees and parents would visit the school ofteper and see the workings thereof, perhaps less fault would be found. A trial will do no harm. Prof. Hugh Tracy's method of penman ship, as demonstrated by him during the session of the Franklin County Teachers' Institute last week, proves him to be a workman that ueedeth not be ashamed. to-da- y. a , .,.-,.'.- , - - K'jtA j Hww J. tftf '' "' - 5 'V3S .r w .. ,v ,., (Hi 1 '''''fiffl8 "mm 1 , ' '.- 'M .l - tt tafv 1" .'.' "t:. -- t o JBloomlngton. Born. October 13th, to Mr. Thomas Wilson and wife, n son Marry Innes. Miss Josie McDaniel, of Long Blanch is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mal.Triplett. " Miss I '. A && v. I from a visit to friends iu Frankfort. Julia Wallace returned Monday m Little Misses Alice and Sue Scantland are on the sick list this week. Rev. Wm. F. Smith, of Owenton, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Job Smith, this week. Mrs. Katie Luckett and children, of Frankfo'rt, are visiting friends iu this i.-- h 'JVr 'y M - " neighborhood. Rev. John H. Cannon is conducting a protracted meeting at Thorne Grove. Quite a number have been added to the church. Mr. Harry Harrod, formerly of this place, but now of Woodford, was married, on the 13th hist., to Miss Sallie Bowlder, of Versailles. Mr. Jonn Wallace is giving our turnpike some much needed repairing. He is having rock broken, and all of the washed places repaired. . affords the farmers an The pretty weather excellent opportunity to do their fall work. Wheat sowing. and apple gatherings are now in order. Messrs. Thomas Hunter and T. E. Utter-baoof Frankfort, came out Sunday to visit their fellow teacher, Mr. F. W. Davis, who is quite" ill at Mr. Cal. k, ;..?. m . ' 'M SJ . n .in ;. ' .V;' ' ;. A3 "; ',', fv Vi V. Ml t . v.'J . Hay-don'- s. .wfrj .V-"- ' J 'Vv , .. ' i;1 'S-I- Funeral serGravitt, aged thirty-nine- . vices took place Tuesday, Rev. John II. Cannon officiating, after which the remains were interred in the Jones burying ground. Miss Nancy was an excellent Christian lady, well prepared to follow her aged mother, who was laid at rest only a few short months ago. If Col. Thomas B. Ford will consent to become a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, he will receive the vote of the friends of education in this community. Died. At her residence, one mile from this place, Monday, the 17th, Miss Nancy : v. . M,m ' . ' ..'.. V49I ', "I ' .. 11I ' 'M ';' tfvl Vfl m L- HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE. ' w T OFFER AT 'PRIVATE SALE MY HOUSE 1 und lot situated on Broadway street, between Ann and High. The house contains eight largo rooms, with kitchen und servants rooms. The lot Is about fifty feet front und runs buck about one hundred feet. Gas, water, Ac. and all lu good reJOHN T. GRAY, pair. Apply to Fnrmdale. Ky., U. SNEED, . or JUDGE W. Frankfort, Ky. Sept. . . , ?-- i ..v- - t r-i - i' , 11 .P3 FOK8ALE. 9-- lt. d, Court-hous- a . 1 .. K ' ',?? . m , ::& . Bridgeport. FOR 'J 'A ' r 1 Jan ::A .' ZlM m -- '? 5TrT555 J9P?T S,' 1 HMMBBHPBaMb FOR SEE! IMS! $1-50- tWHhI Ik We desire to call the attention of the people of the city and county to our stock of BootsT ShoesT Hatsr Caps7 Books 7 and Stationery MEAGHEH BROTHER;.-. TZJLitT2XtM!fJ:X2l LWUJTZlV7riWJI 'JH 1 . For the coming season. We would call especial attention to our line of Gents' $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Shoes, in Button, , Bals and Congress: also our Ladies Kid and Febble Goat lines at $2.00, 2.50 and $3.00. These goods for style and durability cannot be surpassed, and you will save time and money by examining the stock before making your purchases. Our line of Hats and Gaps in all the latest styles and shapes is full and complete, and we invite you to call These goods. will be sold at prices to suit the times, and we solicit a fair share of your patronage. and examine them. Respectfully, FKAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT, 188G. FRANKFORT, OCTOBER 23, Mr. Dnrsiu occupies his pulpit tomorrow morning and night as usual. Heating Stoves you can save money by buying at Gray & Church. On w Mr. Darsiu's meeting at Shelby-vill- e closed last Tuesday night with 31 accession to the Church. We regret to know that Miss Anna Sullivan, one of the teachers in 'the City School, is quite sick. The UouxDAiiouT man was a member of the committee on Lodges Under Dispensation in the Grand Lodge of Masons, in Louisville, on Tuesday. ap-poin- i A young minister residing in an Eastern city will return to his old Frankfort homo next month and carry away with him one of Frankfort's fairest daughters as his bride. The Tobacco Growers of Franklin county are requested to meet at the Court House, in this city, on Monday, Nov. 1st. (County Court day), to take action looking to the righting of their grievances, as set forth in the resolutions adopted by the Tobacco Growers of Owen county. Dr. W. I. Kelley will be at the Wanted. 5,000 bushels of Irish Mastix Bnos. Capital Hotel, in this city, this morn- po tatocs, ing, and will be pleased to see any Country hums and shoulders at persons who may need his professionJ. Heexey's. al services. Now is the time to prepare for tho The ladies of the Methodist Church crisp Jaud nipping weather. Go to will in Gray it Church and get a handsome their exchange y the counting-rooof the Yeoman Orient Heater o building from 11 a. m to o p. m. They For cheap crockery of all kinds call bespeak the favorable consideration at Day ec Half's. o of the housekeepers of the city. , m , Bonnets New York buckwheat Gray & Church are selling stoves flour (5 cents. New York Cheddar cheese lGs at hard pan prices. cents. Michigan hand picked Navy beans Foil RENT. FUKXISIIKD ItOOM, 4 cents. suitable for two gentlemen. Apply at the corner of Clinton and atItalian Maccaroni to cents per pound J. Heexey's, South Side. St. Clair streets. It. Farmers having real good If you want a bargain go to Gray stuff on hand, which they wishbutcher to sell, & Church. will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, '22'. .Main Some rough evidently wants the street fH-t- f. scalp of Policeman Larkin. As evih adnrho, stomal !: 'out of norJ.V dence, on Sunday night last, as he disorder, torpid Mver, jiaii- In back nr side, coii was on his beat in "Craw," a couple . uck'iri't in:'', .to l:iti.l. One dn?t tiiatlo!i, He of fctronc'a ISanntlvo Pillo will Rive relle:. of boulders were thrown uncomfortAfowilodcire-tui.- ) i lieu health aud vigor. ably near his head re-op- en to-dam v.-.- kssfr Knno cpntiln onlei Bluinl ltn ins tcm TIHDK MAIIK. f.fiJL Is Tlie Bf st Waterproof E7er Hale. Dnn't wmteyourmnnevon Nntivilnfi'ltf w.i Utii nt II nirira ormf'bercfiat. vnnTho FISII DRAND PLICKr.r nnJ WII Item ilrv in tho'lmnlovt ntor:i, Alcfrirtlin"FISIt HRAN'Il" KLtLKR nn.l tnknnn ntlipr. If nnr r turoki neri'nu. ioii)p "rmi nmgn". nm inrnp'nuin p r utim ttih to a .. iijv.i tt yiMmnwM i.. iHwrn. ,iin "grey Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SkinEruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price cents per box. For sale by Joe LeConipte Cuts, Bruises, 2-- 3 Bucklen's Arnica Salve The Rest Saia'e in the world for AEW PLAMSd! MILL. J. Is W. WAKEFIELD lulucil to hi? Hivvinf;rfcentl Kftublifhmint FirsUCIiiss Pliiiiiiip Mill, now prepared to turnish all kindMtf KJMgsggyx&inasra'j y.BoMto.Uiiii! A UK) Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- r. & Turnkg Gotten out In the best btjle. Being compelled to remove from my present stand shortly, I now olfer immense bargains in my stock, call and get prices. It. J. Heexkv, South Side. Cure for Piles of E. Wlntttldea, diceaMd, his Interest In the NOTiriEn THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAdi'.le (Jairttt,THAT 1 have boupht I10111 Jlw. NOTlGE! BCTSTISrKSS lane sold one-ha- lf I ai'mln-Iftratrl- :: eatiie Lost. Between the water works reservoir ami Wakefield's mill, on Monday last, the plans and specifications for a family residence. The tinder will be rewarded by leaving same at the mill of J. M. Wakefield o withM.lt. Wayts. to-da- It 'ttl l"iB 0 i 4, : m. says: "Having received so much Chiles. benefit from Electric Bitters, 1 feel it my duty to let su tiering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors When Baby was sick, wo Rave her Castoris, told me I womd have to have the When 3I10 ws a Child, alio cried for Castorla, bone scraped or leg amputated. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric When ithe bcuatno Misi, alio cluug to Castorla, Those who were once pupils of the Bitters and seven boxes Bucklen's When eho had Childron, she gave thou Castorla, late B. U. Sayre, will be interested Arnica Salve, and my leg is now in the proceedings of a meeting re- sound and well." are sold at fifty Electric Bitters ported in another column. The ob- cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica laager! A ject of the meeting was to fori)) a per- Salve at 2oc. per box by Jos. Le- - iruil lo t'iv,'ii!iimt;i. niiM:;nptlon nrotliar mat r;iti, ill axe. OtroaB'aPootcralPIiln Compte. 5 lnno' manent organization to keep alive the . ("Max I'.v imitfii-Uci limit; for iiysHpli.lti memory of former school days, ami Extra select oysters, the best in (ligation, bid; he.idaeho as tUousuudd leailfy. to bringannually together, in delight- the city, iO cents per can at Fou The brick house oppoJ. IIeexky's. site thehent. belonging to V. ful reunions, all who enjoyed the depot, tf. privilege of the ripe and splendid . . . scholarship of the famous teacher. To tlie Voters of tlie First Ward, (Comprising; Souiia Fou Runt. A farm of 11 acre3, one We have no doubt that every pulpil Frankfort.) milo from Frankfort on tho Bousou turn- -' of iMr. Sayre will enroll himself a For terms, piko; good improvements. An election for Councilmen is to be apply to A. W. Cromwell, or Win. Crom- member of the organization, and that held TftAllO the latter will fori)) one of the valued next. on the 1th day of December well. (TREETA features of Frankfort's history. The undersigned, your present repFou Rent. The store-rooon St resentatives in the Council, have renA white convict by the name of dered you faithful, and. an they be- Clair s reet recently occupied by us For terms apply to Thornton Horry made his escape yes- lieve, valuable service. YVEITZEFj & O'DONNELL. They are candidates before you for terday morning. Ho was sent with and ask, and a negro trusty to deliver some shelves gratified by, yoursunport at would be DwEiiiiiM! 1 lot's e eou Rent. tho polls. The house now occupied by Maj. J. in South Frankfort, umf when at the ItioiiAiti) Town, A. Grant on Broadway. Apply to William J. IIixshes, coiner of Bridge anil Second streets he 11. M. ALDR1DGE. tf. Edmund II. Taylok, Jr. made an excuse to go down into the COMPLETE LINE OF Frankfort, Oct. Hi, 1880. hollow in the rear of the new Fincel A beautiful line of new shapes in block, telling the negro to wait for To tlie Voters of til e Second decorated tea and toilet sets just re- Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ward him. As he failed to return, the A Half's. In Stock, aud all Kinds of Tlio undersigned respectfully nnnouuees ceived at Day negro inquired of several persons he himnelf an u candidate, for ns saw coming in from the country if Councilman in tho Second Ward, at tho Fresh Oysters, selects only 40 cents per can at Day A I In 11'. they had seen him, and on being told election December 4th, lo'8(!. It. 0. 011UHCH. that they met him some distance New shapes in Ilavllaud's French from town, he returned to the prison To tlse Voters of Second China for painting at Day & Half's. and reported the facts when mounted Ward. liniOK COTTACK, NO CCS MAIN SHEET. guards wero started in pursuit. Per1 talalnj: Tho undersigned ropoct fully announces If you want a good juicy steak, THE Thlf.four rooms, and all rutMUiablo Knto iiroperty Is now uccuiileil by Mrs. ry was sent for eight years from himself as a candidate for as sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Mnl)oat), and e.muot btu;lveu imtllthu Councilman in tho Second Ward, at tho Salyer's store, No '2'2il Main street, lOtli or next Aiirll. Anderson county, for manslaughter Tor terms el ale apply to opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. and had been a trusty for tome- time. election Decomber 4th, 188(1. L. H. or HEN. MAltSHALL. fH-tLEWIS 111., Kal-tenbru- The L. & N. 11. It. will sell round for trip tickets to Louisville y the small sum of $1. These tickets will be good oi) any train returning, including a special, which leaves Louisville at 10:fJ0 o'clock, p. m. moisture, like perspiration, producRooms ron HExt. Apply to Mrs. ing a very disagreeable itching, after Willis Green, 2Lt Washington Street, getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles it. yield at once to tho application oi Dr. Don't talk of hard times and high acts Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which directly prices until you see J. Heexey, absorbing upon the parts effected, the Tumors, allaying the South Side. intense itching, and effecting a" per- Centaur Liniment is tho most manent euro. An End to Efione Scraping. dress, The Dr.Price oO cents. Adwonderful Paiu-Curthe Bosanko Medicine world, has ever known. Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes tV: Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, er Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone enec- tion of tho kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of in J . M The highest market price given for digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect A fresh potatoes by .Mastiu Bros. Furniture and Undertaking And Interest In my business to for prrciiEFfs a W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the firm will be STATEN S-- tf & DEHOIMEY W. C. And the buMne.-.swil- l becoiit'nucd at the eld stand of Whlttsltlts A. fctaten. No. 21b fct. Clair strut. Maj JAS. T. STATEX. L. F. Comito.v. Mackli.v. COMPTOX & XAVKLllS, rttoriturroiw Elkhora Roller HAVE TUi: FULL Mill?, 4 RolL--r Svstem, ' AND MAMJFACTtmE Six of the best pmdes of the best Flour made in the world. itol Scuare Ofllfe and uareroom on Ero;.dway, opposite Cap- Jun.2 IhSC-l- v. R. ROGERS l n. I I WWMPMmm DEALER 1N- - lertranrr; I ( I "Q m m v. Poles s-n- Window Fistm q A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET. rppq l'RANKFORT, KY All the latest stjlo f multure constantly In stock. May TO WE PUBLIC. I'l'RCllAbEI) THE STOCK OF HAVINC. of Mr. .1. E. Kknt. corner Second an Shelby streits. South Frankfort, 1 piopuse to keep a nice slock of Shirts Made to Order. GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, s Grocery and In fact ounthliiK kept In a Store l Invite the attention of tliu pieple of Frank foil and Fianklln county and more particularly the poopleof South Vrinkfoit,lio, 111 llnd my location lmlto a conwi. Luce, ami I hope by close attention to business ami fair deullnt; to reeolo a portion or the Imblle patroa:me. Goods delivered promptly In any pait of the dty. (iho me a cull ami be conduced. Yen Respeel fully. llrtt-clas- the conven-U'lieer- t. iio.-csil- - MANGAN. f. JOHN L. .KJNES. tf. auiriS-O- South Frankfort, Ky. !rJ - wm PKMKFORT ROUNDABOUT, The examining trial of Mr; Alex. Julian, for, assault upon Miss Maggie O. Hawkins, was had on Saturday last, when he was held over in bond of $1,000, which was promptly given. The first electric lights ever seen in this city were burning at the Custom House wharf on Sunday evening. The flue tow boat, Excel, was provided with them, and while burning they lighted up that section of the city in splendid style. We are informed by Capt. E. M. Drane, agent for the Blue Wing, that that steamer is soon to be provided with them also. R. K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his NNftw& Par thft ffufaflntfjl AllA How many tcrrlblo aches one's poor head ntt A MMM.a has, and what BUllenng u caused by these Satient, ToNaAUme la inperior toanjrotbrrnno. Nerrous Headache or Muaculir Rhea headaches. Relief may be had from Nervous. matism, it is almost a Bpocifio." Neuralgic, or Sick Hcadacho by the use of Pahk Ritchie, M. D.. St. Minn. wvpvrWwo "lien l3is not a cure-al- but ITAJUIAChMI used Tonoalihk in cases of11, "IlaTa Nourl(rio VWfcWWKVl whlch tHfn RnrMM In almivf Annrv InhfnYinn a cure for NerV0U8 Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sciatica In Btrictly Nenralgio forms it is onexcollml." U. D. Kobtoh. M. D Cincinnati. Ohio. ana Uout. No proprietary medicino has ever TON(lAT.IIf K obtained such strong endorsement from tho eases of habitualHum taAv Ann trrm luwwtca In ftrn Headache." medical profession. Theo. IlmMANW. M.D.. St. Thomas. Mo. l, 11 , o. . FALL & WINTER STOCK -- O IF1 A. A. MELLIER, FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. Sole Proprietor, 700 and 711 WASHINGTON AVENUE, ST. LOU II BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Fropriotor, -- The saw and planing mill of Messrs W. J. Hughes & Son was destroyed by ilre on Wednesday morning last. The lire was discovered just before o'clock, andjwas beyond control when flrst seen. The mill and contents were totally consumed, involving a loss of about $5,000. Their large yard full of lumber was saved without damage. The property was covered by insurance. 1 &C. J? Manufacturer and Denier in STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill SCHOOL BOOKS, DRAWINGS STATIONERY, &0. and Agricultural Machinery. AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. E3STO-I2STE3 Blackemithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Eepairing Promptly Attended to. Agent for Louisville Tobacco IWTarket. FURNISHED BY OLOVEB & DUKHETT, pHO- rMETOKB LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABK- IIOUSE. Jno. T- - 23"ULc3s:le3r -- IS- eoiiljIeiir TXT'oieisis, Columbus Steam Pumps. I &JTJLtJS &J3T2D and Frankfort, Ky. ,q 2,451) hlulsi. with receipts of only fi'JO hluls. for tho samo period. Tho ea'les on our market since January 1st nmount to 110,433 hhds. Notwithstanding tho increased of fino Burley tobacco Inst wrok the market remains tho same. Tho following quotations f aily represent our market for burley tobacco. $2.50 to $3.50 Dark Trash 4.50 3.50 to Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. 3.50 to 4.00 COO 4.50 to Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory. 4.50 to G.60 7.00 to 10.00 Good Leaf 10.00 to 15.00 Fine Le.if Select Wrappory Tobacco. 15.00 to 20.00 just closed amounted to Tho sales on our market for tho week CSBND FOR PRICE LIST. J-amlm . j 123 Lewis St., Near the Rivor, STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - ' t 1 Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EAST FOR fl. -- AND- m RHfi DR. 41 I. KELLEY, OHIO, OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE i DEW YBHK. Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. UwKcs-Esa? eMU mNmRmWi$Bvffl2SKiwiUWM CAPITAL HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT. KY.. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- FOR-- SATURDAY. OCT. 23. 1886. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Urlnkerhoft system without usino the knife or ligature mid without (my pain. All cases of BLIND A. SOLI2D TRiLIlT FROM -- TO- A Reliable Article. For enterprise, push and a desire to get such goods as will give the trade satisfaction Hughes & Chiles, the Druggists, lead all competition. They sell Dr. Jiosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, because it's the best medicine oh the market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free. 1 The stock: GRATES, & Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. STOVES, FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast twins for Brass Goods, Goal Hods Vases, wLELmBBimWm And at prices that cannot be duplicated, ever seen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't for- DICER Hi RECTAL GATARDH. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Diseased It Will Not Disappoint You. H, I contracted blood poison two years ago I was treated with Potash and Mercury lor over two months by physicians. I thought I was well, but the tires were only smouldering. The eruption came anew more violent than before. A friend who had tosteil it in a similar cae suggested S. S. S. I began its uc, and commenced to improve from the start. As the disease passed away, it left me with mercurial rheumatism as the result of taking the mercury and potash mixtures. That is also yielding to the influence of Swift's Specific, and will soon be none. To the afflicted 1 would say, give it a fair trial, and you will not be disappointed in results. Joseph Knux, 501 Brooklyn St. New York, May 29, 1880. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tiik Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W. 2 Id St. TfT MASTIN BROS JN0. T. BUCKLEY, St. Clair Street. get the place. JmmWfmmWkmSm I conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. LYNCHBUKG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POIHTd IN PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also bo cured if not too late, as the Itching Is only u symptom of the disease that exists in the lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort. RICHARD KEHGISON. Frankfort. J. M. WITHROW. Frankfort. M. For tickets and further information apply to your nearest tlcket-ofllc- DEALERS IN W. W. MONROE, Div. Pass'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, &c, 4c., Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to W. O. WIOKHAM, any one by addressing 2d Vice President. W. NO, S3S A.TSTS STREET, I. KELLEY, 26-l- M. D., FREE, 376 West Seventh St., Cincinnati, 0. Choice Coal Cheap. KINDS ALL family use. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. E" CONSULTATION Dec. "a Kentucky and MoSHERRY Grain Drills, I. CAPITAL 17-t- 0. 0. F. Telephone connection No. 30. Breaking PLws, Od Hickory Wagons PYEWiA Is tho most virulent form of Less speedily fatal, but not loss certainly so, is the vitiation of the blood of which the flrst symptoms are Pimples, Sties, Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions. When the taint of Scrofula frlvcs witrningof its presence by such indication", no time should be lost In iiMm; Aykk's SAitSAPAiur.i.A, tho only perfect and reliable medicine for the purification of tho blood-poisonin- g. InBLkHlfei'flKL .Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters, Cider Mills. A general assortment of Hardware; full " LODGE. NO. 6, SIEETS EVERT Visiting brothers cordially invited. LEE A. OWEN, N. G. J- - R. Williams, Sec. April f. GEO. B. MACKZiZXT, Dec.8-f- . FRANKFORT, KY. cirnr Ul DtUta sP tmnuDa XlUJ.ttVOO TT n twl 111 VI Qflfldlanir hJUUV4aWJ atttirl HVVU Drs. Gober, Hudson & Gober WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, &o. CAPRICES GUARANTEED LOW. blood. SCROFULA Is a foul corruption In the blood that rots out nil tho machinery of life. Nothing will eradicato It from tho system and its transmission to otTcpring but AvRit's Saiisaparilla. Tills preparation is also tho only one that will cleanse tho blood of Mercurial poison and the taint of Contagious Diseases. Impoverished blood N pioductlveof pro-vent CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. O. MA.TTElRISr, Prop'r. FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. 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 Oct. 25-- tf. at home. THE H0M(E0ATHISTS! Real Estate Agent, 3a."7 3.I3iT ST. WILL Office: and the adjoining and attention to the July and real estate, rents, claims, and the negotiation ot opposite P. XT. MAJOR, June PRACTICE IN THE ni. will ulso give sjieclal sale of Court-hous- e. 25-l- y. collection of Ioum. OUlco COURTS OP counties, uurchufco ATTORNEY AX LAW. FRANKFORT, KY., and Grant counties, In the Court In the Federal Court, aijy-t- f. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Main Street, Over Crutch er & Starks' White Hall Clothing House. WILL PRACTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS ridnklln, Carroll. Gallatin. Hoone, Owen of Appeals, and DEJISTTIST, DROb.' Teeth extracted without pain uy tho use ot Nltrouso Oxide (or laughinB) kus. mur.20-t- f JAS. A, VI0LETT, J ANEMIA, A wretched condition indicated by Pallid Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Shattered Nerves, and Melancholy. Its first symptoms arc Weakness, Languor, Loss of Nerve Force, and Mental De- novltnblv to insanity or death. Women o frequently huffer from it. Tho only that, while purifying tho blood, enriches it with new vitality, and Invigorates tho wholo system, Is medl-cln- Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties. U. Major's ofilce. stairs, over Judge P. Aug. 14-t- f. MARRIAGE GUIDE ...,.,PAQE8. Illoitrtc3,nprr L.kIIi una GiltMDlndlna. flOc. v. puij diiit, corrr, vac. 'j If Ini all the curlout, doubiful or Inyultlllvc anlta know" iinrv "Atui vpi buou.I'",dic "rniilioii. HFi Lfll, lohlTYounioVold tMOII. brpurht homo to you. IQVfonAtrtni Its course, unchecked, leads Blue Grass Nurseries. General Inurance Agent FOR FALL OK 1886. Offlce F. C. HUGHES, ?'!' vttrruiJ :'r,W rnVrrtiS 7XS& .fiVV. EtntUlltdhvnO IUUITirn , Loult. M DTTUIB OUT AND KXHD WItR' OltIN .." ou Main St., Opposite Farmers' Bank. -- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, BY I'URPARKD direct to the planters, having no agents. claiming to be such ore frauds. Catalogues on plication to Oct. Win. FULL LINK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Trees, (irapevlnes, Small l'rults, Asparajpis Plants, and everything usually round In such an establishment. Our prices are as low as we sell A REPRESENTING 15 Loading American and Foreign Computet, -- WITH All ap- OVKB H. V. UILLKNMKYKR, Lexlngtlon, Ky. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass ft Sold by all Druggists: Price 1; Six bottles for $5. cuted at this office. Job Work neatly exe- WRITTEN ON FARM TERM POLICIES rates. Agent Anchor Line of at lowest Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Apr.VMr. In Great Brittora or Ireland. ioo,ooo,ooo.oo ASSETS. MEN ONLY ZKFallinlfaiAod.KerTOumM ' Dvlt. A QUICK, PERMANENT. CERTAIN CURE FOR tVealaMMTXglofc Itreactk, Vlgw or br indiowtton. lonmAto Beflt in a Our usual lr wtthU a awmw.. 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