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RIMFULL OF BUSINESS! mil ,1 ',11 H TH BMBIBBgg BKaW 5"55!!!H 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 we can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT is complete OUR v -- wirriEa: siiajpxjES usthd etott'exjx'xes. 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. We intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES Registered Voters at the City Election, Dec. 4, 1886. FIRST WARD. d The following list comprises the voters of the First Ward as given to me by J. M.Stephens, Marshal of the City of Frankfort, who are entitled to vote at an election for three Councilmen from said Waul, to be held on Satuiday, December 4, 1886: Dean, Jno. Ayres, Hugh Drane, Geo. C. Abranis, J. N. Dorsey, Henry Adkins, Hush Darnell, S. W. Barrett, D. C. Dryden, Jno. B. Barrett, Guy Egbert, Clarence Berry. Geo. F. Fellmer, E. A. Berry, Hiram Furr, C. C. Boyd, Martin ' Ttl.ivnpv. licv. I. McO Finnell. Lewis Flynn, Nicholas Bull, Sam C, jr. Franklin, Walter Browder, S. P, Fincel, Charles Banta, H. G. Franklin, Walter M. Cain, John Forbes, Hiram Chiles, R. T. Fall, W. R. Chpate. Ed. K. regis-terc- CASSELL. J. L Sower, P. C. Sower, James Sower, John r?r.iilflni!tc. Geo. W. Chinn, Dr. C. B. Church. Lee S Carpenter, W. T. Coke, W. B. Dunnigan, H. C. Green, Thomas Green, Warren Gray, M. 1'. Gray, F. V. Graham, J. E. Graham, J. W. Glantim,. Dan Hnrrod, Jno. S. Huffman, Geo, Heeney, James Hughes, F. C. Hall, W. H. Hudson, W. P. Hughes, W. J. Hughes, J. W. Humphries, Thos. Hudson, W. 1'., jr. Hughes, E. J. Hughes, Frank Hall, Eugene Hyde, H. J. Hockeisnuth, W. H. Honschild, Felix Henry, Alex. FitzDatrick. M. Gauh, Jno. W. Gavle. f. W. Griffin, Jno. D. Graham, Gresham, C. R'. Johnson, 1.. F. Johnson, Ben. Johnson, Stape Johnson, J. V. Johnson, Jno. Will Kent, W. S. Kennedy, Frank LcCompte) Joseph LeCompte, Charles Lindsey, D. W. Lewis, Geo. A. ' . W.,. LarkinJimTon? Miles, J.N. Mastin, Gilbert Mattern, H. Gir Merchant, C, W. Jones Jno. L, Johnson, J. S. Jctt, Peter leu, W. L. Mosby, Win, Mosby, Spencer Massie, Robt. McEwan, Wm. McGrew, Milton McKery, K. W, Overton, A. W. Payne, (no. W. luasun, jonn jelt, M. E. Ko'lman, os. L, Rodman, Thos. Pattle, Jno. II. Pence, James Pioctor, Jno. R, Sneed, Russell Smith, S. R. Tanner, Thos. Williams, Prico Howard, Fr?d Emerson, 0. G. White, Alonzo Haly, E. J., Jr. Evans, Robt. Woodson, J. Pickett Feehan,'Dan Hudson, Dr. T. II. Williams, J. R. Fttzpatrick, James Halloran, F. M. Williams, W. H. . Hume, E. E. Fortune, Stephen Herndon, W. C. Scottow, W.J. Whittington, R. H. Featherston, Chas. Smith, N. B. Lohrer, Otto Watkins, H. L. Hoarty, Mike Smith, Tab Leinhart, Albert Warren, L. B. Hensley, Alex. C. Williams, Minus Lewis, Ben. Stephens, John Heeney. Frank Sneed, W. C. Went, E. C. Lillis, James Hurst, J. W. Attest, Light, Peter Hensley, Ed. Lee, Ross F. F. GRAY, Hampton, Chas. City Clerk. Lighthouse, Riley Hampton, W. T. Lyons, Robt. Henry, John SECOND WARD. Lilian!, Joe. Hanley, John The following list comprises the regisMeagher, Mike Hunter, Thos. Mangan, Lewis tered voters of the Second Ward, as given Higgins, Cageby Miles, J. E. tome by J. M. Stephens, Marshal of the Harlow, Geo. Meagher, Dan City of Frankfoit, who areentttled to vote Harris, T. J. Meyers, Ike Johnson, S. D. at an election for three Councilmen from Joach. Jno, 'Mangan, Lewis, Jr. Morris, Jno. said Ward, to be held on Saturday, Decern Johnson, G. B. Morris, Geo. Johnson, James herd. 1886: Meek, Jno. B. Johnson, E. L. Brown, Oliver Ahler, Henry Meagher, Ed. Jackson, Geo. Byers, J. W. Ahler, Jake Marshall, Ben. Jones, Jno. E. Brown, James Arnold, Dock Morris, Wm. S. Jennings, C. C. Anderson, James Chuich, I. M. Morris, W. F. Kaltenbrun, V. Church, Richard llrislun, Jerry Kaltenbrun.Dr. V. A.Moore, Jesse Church, T. G. BrUlafl, Jno. A. McManama, Victor Kratz, J. G. Cnllaghan, Dan. Burns, Thos. Marralta, James Kennedy, Dan Crawley, Mike Buckley, Mike Mitchell. R. H. C. Lutkemeier, Wm. Craik, Win. Buckley, Jno. T. Meagher, Dan., Jr. Luscher, Sigmond Collins, M. A. Buhr, Geo. McDonald, Pat. Lynch, Daniel Collins, C. E. Banta, J. M. Peters, John McDonald, John Conway, I.. L. Blackley, G. T. Phythiau, Mack McEwan, Jas. A. Cassell, John Ballard, G. R. Peters, W. B. McLean, Wm. Bohannan, Richard Cain, Andrew Parker, Pea Nickles, Mike Cromie, Wm., Jr. Biislan, T. J. Payne, H.C. Newman, Pat. Cohen, Lee B:atty, Wyatt Palmer, Jno. M. Norwood, Chas. Cromie, John Brown, Henry Poindexler, Geo. Noonan, Mike Craik, Walter Sltler, John Quin, J. J. Noonan, C. E. Crutcher, D. C. B adley, W. E. Rogers, James Noonan, Jno. A. Craig, Lewis D. Bland, Chas. Reading, W. T. Noonan, W. C. Church, R. 0. Banks, Eugene Reis, John Nickles. Fred Fellmann, Albert ChiUls, Fielding Robinson, Dennis Newman, Thos, Fields, JoSin Carrall, Adelbert Ruff, Joe. Newman, Pat. H. Frey, Emile Cody, Wm, Runyan, W.T. Norwood, Lewis Fenwlck, R. W. Oil .ighau, John Rowland, Cliff Norman, Adam Goin, J. imes Coleman, Lewis Rodgers, Dock Norwood, Andy Gouber, Henry Calmes, Ben. Rosbv. Tno. Nickles, Wm. Green, Grant Cass, Dave O'Connor, Jno. D. Robinson, Owen Griffin, Louis Cryer, Spencer Richardson, Dudley O'Donnell, James Green, Grant, Jr. Darnell, J. S. Richardson, Magoffin Owens, Dan Gibbons, James F. Douglass, Arthur Salender, Geo. Parker, E. J. Goiu, San S. Dihmey, W. Rodman, T. B. Richardson, N. F. Rodman. Jno. W. Rogers, R. Rodman, J. L., Jr. Rodman, Willoughby Russell, Patrick Robinson, J. D. Rodman, G. R. Rodman, Thos., Jr. Saffell, James Stephens, Matthew Schitlenger, Daniel Sneed, W. H. Stephens, Egbert Sublett, D. L. Driscoll, John Tobin, Richard Davidson, S. N. Taylor, Kcnner Thomson, R. A. Dudley, Bush Daily, J. W. Thomson, W. C. Desmond, Chas. Taylor, T. S. Taylor, E. II., Jr. Dudley, Wm. Taylor, Fall Dihoney, John Thomasson, Zack Dailey, T. G. Todd, Alex. T. Ellwanger, Henry Utterback, J. B., Jr. Ellwanger, Chas. Williams, H. R. Egbert, Frank Gaines, Wm. Gaines, W. A., Griffin, Andrew Jr. Power, Ed. Payne, Geo. L. Gay, Hugh Grant, Ed. Garnett, Tom Graham, Boan Goldsmith, Dick Herancourt, Oscar Haff, C. E. Howard, Nicholas Parrent, Robt. Price, Dr. Parker, John Parker, "Mart Price, Dr. J. S. South, Sam Sullivan, Mike Sullivan, Maurice Staten, J. T. Sacra, W. T. Sinclair, J. W. Sheehan, James Sheehan, Dan Shelly, Thos. Sullivan, James Sawyier, Henry Sawyier, Paul Taylor, Kichard Talbert, Hampton Thompson. Beasley Tavlor. Geo. Tri'plett, Geo. Thompson, Geo. Thompson, James Thompson, Tom Ungermann, Henry Vallandingham.A. W. Veihl, J. Vest, Henry Seilar, Jno., Sr. Sanders, Capt. Sam Shaw, Geo. C. Thomson, R. J. Sullivan, Jno. F. Congleton, T. J. Davis, Chas. Darsie, Rev. Geo. Dawson, W. H. Dudley, J. G., Jr. Davis, I. Daniels, Link Duvall. Dr. B F. Drauc, Geo. K. Driscoll, Dan Davis, Win. Graham, Jas. H. Goin, Phil Gaines, W. T. s Grant, Harry Gordon, Chas. Harvie, Jno. S. Harvie, L. E. Haly, D. L. Holmes, S. B. Hamilton, Jas. Heffner, Jas. W. lleffner, Thos. Haly, E. J., Sr. Jeffcrs, B. B. Stewart, Robt. Stone, Sam Smith, P. F. Smith, Lorenzo South, W. T. B. Salvers, Win. South, Will Stephens, J. W. Scott, Press Steele, R. C. Tvson. Eutrene Taylor, Chas. E. Taylor, Capt. E. H. Thompson, W. G. Tester, lames Thomas. Joe Ward, Patrick Weitzel, Ed. Wells, Lafayette Williams, Jno. B Williams, W. C. Williams, Ben Wyrum, Hiram Yeagel, Geo. Attest, F. V. GRAY, Lindsey, Wm. Lindsey, J. B. Vallandingham, Geo. Lee, Thomas Weitzel, Jerome, Sr., Letcher, Geo. Weitzel, Gabe Lang, Otto Waggener, J. L. Meagher, Jno. Weisenberger, Louis Mncklin, Geo. B. Wash, Wm. Milam, B. C. Waggoner, A. B. Mead, Wm. Waggoner, A. H. Mayo, Wm. Williams, Isaac Mncklin, Thos. B. Wilson, Henry Murphy, Dennis Walker, Geo. Mackliu, Wm. Williams, B. G. Murphy, J. T. Weaver, August McClure, R. K. wngnt, rnce McCluie, A. II. Weitzel. Frank Nicol, Watt Waltemade, Fred Ncal, Wm. Williams, M. H.P.Jr. O'Connor, Jno. Sr., Wiley, Geo. ODonnell," Harry Watts, John Pepper, R. P. Warren, Robt. Waggener, W. H. Wells, Win. Williams. W. H. Watson, G. H. Weilzel, Chas. J. West, I. T. City Clerk. Julian, Ira Kincaid, James Halleck, Jerry Higdon, Richard Prewitt, J. W. Penick, Rev. E. A. Phillips, E. A. Phillips, R. H. Partee, Sam Rodman, Jas., Jr., Rodgers, Ben Szymaiiski, Alex. Schroff, Joseph Strowbridge, Wm. Smith, Geo. F. Stephens, J, M. Snyder, Alex. Snyder, Wm. Shea, Sam Samuel, E. L. Todd, J. M. Tobin, James Tobin, Jno. L. Tobin, L. Thomas, L. A. Todd, T.J. Thompson, Albert Todd, Robt Taubert, Emile Tale, J. W. Watson, II. H. Weitzel, L. Wertz, Frank Weitzel, Henry Woolridge, Noel Attest, F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. THIRD WARD. The following list comprises the registered voters of the Third Ward, as given to W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winchesme by J. M. Stephens, Marshal of the city customentitled to vote at an ter, Ind., writes: "One of my of Frankfort, who are h ers, Mrs. Louisa Piko, IJartonia, election for three Councilmen from said Pn. fink, wns 11 hint? sufferer ward, to be held on Saturday, December 4, with Consumption, and was given Miraculous Escapes. ltun-finin- ! Drane, Ed. M, Avcrill, W. II. Ely, Dr. James Aldridge, R. M. Ford, T. B, Augermyer, Wm. Ferguson, Richard Berberich, V. Burkhardt, Earnest Fuhs, Peter A, Fahy, John Bridgeford, Chas. Flynn, W. T, Bush, W. P. D. Flynn, C. T. Burkhart, Joe Fahy, M. A, Chinn, W. J. Fahy, Ed. Congleton, Wm. up to die oy ner pnysicmns. one heard of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and began buying it of me. In six months' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now so much improved alio has quit using it. She feels she owes her life to it." Free Trial Bottles at Jos. LeCompte's Drug 6 Store. 1 . ' . l v M"K.iU'wfMti'i'.'WM.' iM:&;iviivi..j,'m.wjairUMQluiMnw nt Frankfort Kentucky, mailable niatter. Lv;iKw;iu,'s'ri"!.,j,i'iru4.TC',M,vi.3'r'STcniil.'Ml KBAiNKFOKT ItOUWIIABUUT. Kutcrod tit the us second-claspost-ofilc- pulpit tomorrow morning and night as usual. Mr. Darsie occupies his o s For Sam:. A couple of 7 two-hors- e 820,000 Oomkb vssbk tammsa laawia wim gesnn ncav ssss ec&sa mmm msssat S .20,000 acuai nawsai GEORGE A. LEWIS, Ecli-.o- e ars-c- l wagons and teams. Apply to V. L. Pence - fcr:-- - i?V ' tv t lf" r ? t. vA ?, n , 4 r- - '.j V '" " '' . 8," Vr SB- ht-Hy :sh ee&zo Miss Uettie .lacoby, fomerly of this OCTOBER 0, 1S8G. FRANKFORT. city, was married on Wednesday to Mr. P. F. Podgers, in Louisville. Tiio i'arniors should not forgot tliiiT ' thon will bo a meeting of the tobacMr. Parsie leaves Monday to hold co growers of this county on Monday, a protracted meeting at KIkton, Todd to take action witli regard to the county, and will begone a couple of present system of public ales of to- weeks. bacco by warehouse men. The regular meeting of the Plue Mr. Pat. Lillis, formerly with the Ribbon Temperance Club will be Of AdamsExpress Company, lias return- held at the Court House on Tuesday ed to this city from his residence in evening at 7. o'clock. Good speakers Shelby county, and can be found at will be on hand, and everybody is tluj livery stable of Mr. It. C. Church, invited. where he .will be glad to see his many One mile and a half of the Pea friends. Ridge and Russell's Mill Turnpike, While the case of Kitty Dudley, from where it connecls with the charged with the murder of Andrew Devil's Hollow Pike west, has been Million, colored, was in progress in graded and the work of putting on the Circuit Court Tuesday, Mr. .Tas. the metal was begun Wednesday. Andrew Scott, attorney for the deMi. Frank S. Jlafi", ot this city, and fense, was attempting to sustain the Miss Agnes Nicol, of Polio Point, theory of suicide on the part of Milwere married at the residence; of Dr. lion and propounded the following A. A. Willetts, in Louisville Wedquestion to Harry Million, a brother nesday. The happy young couple reof the deceased, who was on the turned to this city Thursday evening. stand: " v , "Is it not the fact that Million was Thornton Perry, the convict who subject to tits of melancholy?" ran away on Friday morning, after "Oh yes," replied the witness, "he h living been sent over in South often had the cholic." Frankfort, was captured near BridgeJudge Montfort had to rap vigor- port that same day by Constable Z. ously for order when this unexpected T. Parrent, and returned to the prison. reply was heard in court. Col. P. T. P. "Allen, Superintendent of the Kentucky Military instiDeatlrofGem. Jsio.Rotliitan. tute, this county, has been granted a Gen John Podman, of this city, patent for a car starter It is to be died in Louisville, at the residence hoped that it will be used to start Judge C. S. Grubbs, street cars in this city at no distant of Ills M A 11. It IKU, on Sunday evening, at 4 o'clock, ol day. At the residence of tlie bride's Krnndmothcr, Mrs. K. A. Parker, In thli city, on AVcdncsdnj, cancer of the liver, in the sixty-sixt- h Mr. i!eorj Dr. T. E Smith, the eminent spe- 0.:frjb3r 2ith 133j, by Ujv. LoulbVlllC,Barsle. 211SS year of his age. 1ILACKWELL. Ot WlLllKl! llllll LuuLii: V. 1'kakcc. or this euy. Gen. Podman was born in New cialist, has located at the Puhr Hotel On Wednesday. October 2Gth. 1KSG. ;it resiCastle, Ky., Aug. (ith, 1820. Py the for the winter, and will be glad tosee dence of Vii bride's father. Cn this city, the Itev. by by ot (ieonstown, death of his lather, Col. John Pod- all those suffering from diseases of Hen. t. yuinn.Tims. IJ. Hodmanaasiote.iMiss uev (J. F. IJnsby, Mr. and Julia of the waroflSH',) the eye, deafness, catarrh, asthma F. Duvall. daughter of I)r II. F Iiuviill. man, (a soldier Attendant.. Mr .1. L. llojiiiitii, jr . find MIs.s his mother was left, in straightened and neuralgia. Read his advertise- Joe Duvall; Mr. John ltodnmn and MIs3 Mary Todd Snlfell; Dr. Alvln Duvall and M'ss Lizzie eircunxtanccs, with ix sons. Py ment in another column. Davis: Mr Frank llaHor.in aim Miss Annie Duvall; Mr. Wallace MIddleton. ol Shelbwille, and MIsh her indomitable energy and business Thereareniiunusuaiiiumberofsniall Klizii Johnston; Mr D. H. Wnlcutt. and Miss Loulavlllo; Sulitan. capacity she was enabled to take care fires this fall, and as so many build- AnnieMiss Luultoof LludeuburKer, Mr.of W. C. Sieed Louisville. and of her boys and give them a common ings are being- burnt where there is Oct. 23. by Uev Dr. MeCIusky Ulayney, Mr. J. school education. no chance for them to catch fire, .Iih. Vr.iHL and Miss alleiitinu Joiidik, all of Franklort. Early in life Gen. Podman made there certainly must bean incendiary his first venture in business, which, at work in our midst. Let the police oiicij. being unsuccessful, he turned his at- be on the alert and try to catch the At the residence of her husband, In New LiLcrty, tention to the law, and commenced scoundrel. Owen county, on Monday. October iith, 16KG, Miss Lor. Kitmv.v. wfu of .Tudite Sidney nro'n. his studies with Judge E. F. Xuttnll. Many persons complain that no Pryor, of Covington, Judge James was also one ins preceptors. His good troupes are ever brought here bv mind being naturally fitted for the the managers of the Opera House, enterlaw, be soon mastered its principles and yet when a real first-cla.7 l..Ji ?.? to be admitted tainment conies never attend. The to such an extent as Frederick Wurde Company which to the bar. Soon after his admission to the bai- played here three nights the first of one in every lie removed to Lagrange and opened the week was a first-claan office for the practice of his profu- respect, and as an actor Mr. Wurde sion, in which he lias been a success has few equals in this country, yet his audiences were not half as large from the first. 1842 he was elected to the Legis- as he deserved. In , i . . '2. Ti,.t 'T4!!;"V'i!, f lature from Oldham county, but only .lames Jenkins, who has been in served one term. In 18.),'1 he removed to this city and litis resided here jail for nearly two years, charged with ever since. In J85i) lie represented the murder of John Louis Diiley, in Franklin county in the Legislature. the Peak's Mill precinct, in July, In 18U7 he was elected Attorney Gen- 18S3, had his third trial in the Cireral and again in 1871. In 187!) lie cuit Court last week, when the jury was elected Reporter to the Court of rendered a verdict of guilty and fixed Appeals and was still in office at the his punishment at life imprisonment. time of his death, his term not expir- On his second trial, a year ago, he was ' iifi I I f t ; given two years in the Penitentiary, . J .V? L J ,;. j ing until November 1st next. but was granted a new trial. The In 1S44 he was married to Miss A. a r.ia;:ii::fc i,A' Chvou E. Russell, daughter of Gervias E. case will be taken this time to the r t. Imi$i Court of Appeals. Pussell, Fsi,, at one time Public Printer, and a citizen of this city. One the greatest games of asc ball SUCCESSFULLY TREATS I lis first wife only lived a few years, ever played in this county will take and in JS'1 he was married to her place at Uenson this afternoon. A sister, Miss Hallie V. Russell, who picked nine from JJagdad and Consowith his leu children, now survive lation will plav the Penson Club, to mourn the cutting down of this and Col Dave Moore will hold down Asllnna and Neuralgia. devoted husband and father in the first base for the home bows. If a prime of bis manhood and in the full Pagdad man gels past flr.--t DISKASKS OF Till: base it tide of a successful practice as a law- will be because he was hauled around a mile out of the way, for when Dave Gen. Rodman was a steadfast spread his wings everything in sight friend and seldom made si missiep in is scooped in, as he can cover more Internal, removed without Musical any of his political ventures. ground than any living base ballist, uiioi'.itloii. and rehtored or money refunded. was a member of the MethoHe and thinks nothing of turning n Consultat'oii ami trial treatment Ireu dist Church, and a firm believer in double somersault to catch a ball. he truth of Christianity. Judge J. Dan. Moore will officiate as IIUHU HOTEL. KOOM 1? ills funeral was preached at the umpire, and the betting is twenty to Methodist .Church in this city, on one on Uenson, with no takers. Spe- To wltoni it lipjy conccni: Wednesday last, and was largely at- cial traii-- will run over the Devil's For ten jeani my slRht has been xindually fnllliiK tended by all the lawyers iindolllcers Hollow pike for the jenw Irom accommodation My left e)i)ofh;is been blind lor eiulit Williams, of tho optic nerve, J)r paralysis of the various courts anil our citizens of those who wish to go out. Oinclimatl and Dr (ioldstelu. of Lou avlllc. .t inciirablo Mx J)r. IV- -j. xffHf Wswi 40DS&J p'W'vlw .MM - jjESfcv I xsscajEnpa cjjjnb . Q32Q aMM7 S2SK ETCfcM flStED ( BOUGHT AT THE- - Grkat Auction Sale! These goods represent the best values ever offered by us, and will be marked at the the Underwriters, from the celebrated house of August Bernheim & Bauer, at LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST! LOWEST CA SH PRICES! A GREAT REDUCTIO , In all departments for thirty days for cash only. Now is the time to buy 9 -.a ( CLOTHING, .QIvfOFS MATS FTP w9 Crutcber h Starks. - An m A jEti ...I .' JLvfciui i3--z- r .J-I--J son-in-la- WHY prrrr: jui i'l'ibixmiiJaEfSZSyfXEXZiiUSXJXXl -- C3S&3S3 Why not call niid see our largo lino of- - Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, AND - Gents' Furnishing Goods, )3foro yon buy. Wo can sho.v j'ou Hosiery, Lr.die' ui.d Ger.ts' UnderWw'nr. Home I grent bnrgnins in filnnkote, Woolen lles)cctfully, ss WEITZEL & O'DONNELL, NKW SJTORW, IVI1V S'l'IiHiTCT NEW Ltcn GROCERY! A.' PUBLIC SALE! THE TIBRY FARM! I will sell ss ox st Tin: stohk iioom by Weltzel claiii stkkct 1 lormtrij occupltd u'Donnill nas oi'tnm by WM. Vt'lio & GEO. WEITZBL, ut public pale, on the prcmlsi t;, on i rci cte to keen a full na'I couiitKlo line of 'i FSNCY ERQCSRIEE! CIGARS AND 'iOKACCO! Their gcods are all SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S3, 1085, The Terry Farm, a well kno,n and ven line fiirm-7i- ,i miles by turnpike from I'rankfor' or Lawrence, bur;?, aiioi'.t .'! miles tioin eiti.er hr dsei'.ort, Alton, or iiard'iisv lb ., Hie tu iiasblns tne IrontKatf, , ,v (i ., a' r ti t creek, containing 217 acrei;, all In Brass or clover except about 'M acres, which s honn In wheat amine. 'J'holniiirovemeuts consist ol solidly bulit brick house of tc en roonn, p.aili'y, and K.tclieu, Kood double cabin for sir anl3, lai'wu Ktablts, bntj t.eu.se, granary, cora-crihinokc-housa lino huHioine, larno orchard .11 lull bearing tte Fencing Kood and a (treat deal ol It new. F.iio'hlII and hprlns In the yard; a pool of f. print,' wiUt In stable let and abundance, of stock watei on the lace. TFIOJS-onc-lcu- rlh c;.3l.; remainder In one, two, and tluco jeans, Ijliiimi .attiett atlhoiate of six per cent per annum, seemed by Hen and iiiitiranco on buIirlliiKJ. l'ocstu:ion bivsii .inme-d!atd- i,. -b, e, e, 1 FRESE patronage Olt 'Xhlt AKTD SSTSl'W1 1 1 And they will sell evcrthinB In their e AS LOW AS THE LOWLST. They respectfully solicit a ohuivof tho pubh't 1 !3 & I.ei IVi-:'ia- I IH'SINl SS, 1 bneic .storj-.oow.tli uoJ cellar, tottitiit-- i .tu my Mock id dry kho!s us . and my (Irelllnx hoi pe, all located in we.l'j Po ut. Will eclianxo for a nice Linn I or furiii.-- r Inforin it.on appiy to l.KWls. j. P. Oct.!)J-lm- . or at t!i!3oaiee. oiler forsalJ my TO (1-A- MY two-sa-v Catarrh, Deafness, PUBLIC SALE OF A At the same time will he sold tome horr.u sto:kr including a lino rccitaway horto. several head 01 couH.aiiionjt which aio three Eupu'b nidkcis; lodu caUea. jearlUiKs tte.; bunch of boiU enm wait buck. A eied t of hix nionthu will be Riven for notes, wllh approved security, ptijablu In bank lor tuither intornuitioii address the uudcimaued at liral;;eioit, li'.inklin county, ore ill 011 him on llio fc'aK to coinmcuco at U a. in prem Otr .. 1(1, IbiU-t-d. it. S IC1NKEAD. Franklin Ooiiniy Farm," ON isexeep IF (Op iGotion MONDAY. NOVl-.JlKKl- t If, kit d km Umk t (COURT 1 M.) I. 1SS. YOU WANT NICK LKIHT DltEAlJ, VSK UCGRir-TE'- S containing about WILL ON TIIKAUOM. haY SKLL TO Till lii'Khost bidder, at tin I'omt llouac doer In I'lii'iklort, Ky.,nturiil:(u thoiiourof 12 m., lla thj iiirmwlilen 1 pureliubvil hoin Mr. L. .I.Ccx w BAKG P0WOER! 9S0 ACKES land filluated about !t miles from Frankfort, hjr, on the Teak's Mill inl;., h milu from tliu Duc'iilon inlco, 1 mile from tnc Ceoieluun niilo'i from nkfoit andlr tint pike mnl Uj lSii acres of the Verplka which sailles rlen bottom land. Ml aere.i in lino timber, all well uatacd and fenced. YIi.m i.tiul Uill he told and a bargain may be expected. 01 K'ood Fret iiroil and FOlt BALIJ ONLY, by Joseph LeCowpIt -- s I'ltoi'iturron of Tin: r" T-- ft-- & generally. Day it Hail' have just received To his devoted brothers, his strickand orphaned children another lot of those handsome decoen widow, rated toilet sets. we tender our sincere condolence. Delph fc t;on, Land AKtuls, Ky will show the laud, and Mr Win. weeks afto. Smith my case, and at tlilu data I can (Imiieri. coal dealer i't the Fimikrurt bridgo, will commenced to treat with my lelt urn without glasses, ami my Klve inlormatlou u'),'.ir:IliiK the iimiiio. Termu will be made to suit uujbody. sUht Is nlinust comnletejy re&torcil. (JKOHOK W. illfNKY, MltS. JNO. O llODfJKHS. VerMilllcs. K ., 1'ark SIock l'lirm, Ashkuiu, 111. A daughter of Mrs. Jackson Williams. oct. Messru, .1. K Ltx-liste- JfAUOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE -- ral AND Ket-slaii- L'COWIPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. V t ' ." y.-.- f: X: JA&&1 "T-t- " -- ij""fV " -- TT' !""- - fffjv'iw,fflwwvt ',' . i '. Tioga. The boy let go his hold and Born. To tho wife of Mr. Cleary Personal shot into tho house and secured the Hcdger, on the morning of the 24th, a son, weight 11J pounds. Mr. Harry Alfred Goodman has door. Now the old lady does not know ofStcdman-ville- , gone on a visit to friends in New MissCliffle.Thompson, FKANKFOBT, KY., OCTOBER j80, 1880. how many of her ribs are broken but , is very sick with typhoid fever. York. she says that her darling boy would Mr. Dan DK'scoll, for many years be about as safe from danger in the Humpty Dumpty Monday night, Thanks to Mr. W. H. Stedman, of Lagarto, Texas, for tho papers he an nttachee of the Yeoman office, is jungles of Africa. Nov. 1.' $ lying very ill at the residence ot his sends. People's Tony Uenier's mother, on north St. Clair street. oysters, in bulk and cans, at Fresh Mr. A. W. Mncklin is having a Specialty Company. Mr. Geo. B. Macklin is able to be James Heeny's. new roof put on tho old stone warem out again, after a week's illness. house. Long before the doors of the PeoRanch King Comedy Company at ple's Theater were opened last night Mr. John E. Miles, who has been Bro. John Cannon is conducting a Opera House series of meetings here at the school-hous- seriously ill for tho past six weeks, is the sidewalk in front was crowded m with people waiting for admittance. able to be out again. Ticket-selle- r Miss Pattie Marshall entertained Prof. E. A. Fellmer returned Satur- For an hourwas busy, and Charlie Miss Katie Cannon returned homo when Zimmerman the South Side Social Club on Thurs- Monday from a visit to her cousin, day from a visit to New Orleans and tho curtain went up on the opening day evening. Miss Gertrude Sharp, who has been Birmingham, Alabama. scene of Ilumpty Dumpty the theater quite sick Mr. H. T. Stephens and family left was packed. Tony Denier can alMr. James Ileeney has leased the Mr. Lewis, tho pre?ent mail driver Wednesday for New Haven, where ways be relied upon to present a store now occupied by him for anoth- between Frankfort and Georgetown, he has secured the position of distil- good show, and consequently when er year, and will not change his loca- is one of the most accommodating ler for Messrs. .1. M. Atherton &. Co. ids company pays its yearly visit to hearty reception. He will be glad to see all his gentlemen we have had on the line Mr. J. M. Wakefield and wife left Cincinnati it receives a is lively and tion. The pantomime for some time. Tuesday afternoon for Olean, New friends at the old stand as usual Mrs. Wakefield will remain entertaining throughout, Ravel provMr. Llewllcyn Holton had a valu- York. ing an Ciowi. Sophie Mr. Sam. IJ. Bush, formerly of this able horse severely injured last Sun- some time for her health, but Mr. V. Ravel is a excellent gracelul Colum pretty and will return in a week or two. day. The animal is in a very critical city, son of Mrs. Cornelia Bush, bine, and Clayton a line nariequin Miss Ida Bell left Tuesday after- .Many new tricks are introduced, and Librarian, was married in condition. Mr. Charlie Baker is sick at his noon to visit friends in Pleaureville. they take immensely. Especially is Louisville Thursday to Miss Mary sister's, Mrs. Florian. lie was better Miss Jennie Hendrick left Tuesday the latter part of the pantomime takAllen, of Dickson Springs, Tenn. ing, the introduction of Ilumpty and at last accounts, and expects to return afternoon for a visit to New York. his friends among the Indians in the home this week. The Woman's Exchange conductDr. Ebben S. Cox, of Kansas City Willi West being entirely new. InTho grand jury is in session, and Missouri, is visiting his parents, Mr cidental to the pantomime several ed by the ladies of the Methodist the number of boys about the Forks L. J. Cox and wife, in this county y good specialty acts are introduced to Church will be open from 11 is rather small for this season of the up the life of the counting-rooa. m. to 5 p. m. in the Mr. A. II. McC'lure and wife re- keep doubt of Ilumptyevening There year. Most of them have important is no and his specturned Tuesday evonimr from a visit ialties drawing big houses the balance of the Yeoman building. Patronage business elsewhere just at present. to relatives in Ilopkinsville. respectfully solicited. of the week. Cincinnati JZnquirer, visited Bedford Mrs. Ryland Mr. R. A. Peter and little daugh- April 21, 1885. friends and relatives in Midway hist Mr. Charles Norwood, for many week. . o Thanks to her for her sub- ters, Misses Allie and Virginia, of years a guard at the Penitentiary scription to the Roundaijol't for six Louisville, are visiting the family of Louisville Tobacco 32arkei. Mr. .las. M. Todd. and afterwards a member of the po- months. by glovek & duiwktt, pito- Mrs. S. S. Bufonl and daughter, fuhnthueo LOU18VILLI! TOBACCO lice force in this city, died at his riJIKTOKH Bloomiugton. Miss Alice, left Tuesday to visit relahome on Clinton street, Thursday tives in Paducah, Calvert City, and night, aged about seventy years. Mr. B. S. Scantland sold to Mr. Southland. m Tho sales on our market for the week Gill Satterwhito eleven nice shoats The Masonic Grand Lodge at Louis- for thirty Ave dollars. Messrs. Innes M. and G. T. Church just closed amounted to 2.011' hhds, and ville last week went forty miles out and Capt. J. N. Abrams left Thurs- the sales since January 1st, amount to Mr. Jack Lone: bought of Mrs. Ann day for Florida on a hunting excur- 1 It.', 175 lihdn. The market has developed of the way of all precedent and cusno new featured recently and prices retom, and the knowing ones say, Hampton one sow and seven small sion. main equally as far beyond the limit of its pigs lor nine dollars. P. Wayts, of Cincinnati, fairly steady. The following quotations Mr. J. represent our market lor Hurley right or power over the members of Mr. John Ilaydon closed our Sunday- who has been visiting his parents tobacco the order, to declare that saloon keep- -school last Sunday until the lirst here, left yesterday for home. to $3.50 Dark Trash ing is a masonic offense. Whether Sunday in April, 1887. 51.50 to 4.50 Mrs. M. F. Brinkley, of Louisville, Colory Trash right or wrong, it shows pretty forciMr. John ITaydon will organize a - vhiting the family of Dr. U. V. Common Lugs, not colory. o.50 to 4.00 bly how great and the (i.00 . Colory Lugs 4.50 to prohibition craze is getting. Ander- singing class at our school house Sat- Williams, South Side. Common Leaf, not colory. 4.C0 to 0.50 urday night, November the 0th. son JYews, Mrs. George F. Berry is visiting Good Leaf 7.00 to 10.00 Before you "make a break" like Miss Annie Gravitt and little Miss her mother in Louisville. Fine Leaf 10.00 to 15.00 this, Judge, you should post up, or Amanda Scantland are on the sick Mr. Lee Buckley is at home from Select Wrappery Tobacco 15.00 to liO.OO join the order. This has been the list this week. Washington City. Kridg:c2ort. Mr. John Cannon preached two law in other jurisdictions for years, nights here last week and had two Miss Jennie Gaines returned WedAnother wedding near by. and, if we are not mistaken, is an old additions. nesday evening from a visit of severSparc ribs anil sausage loom up. al weeks to friends in Louisville. law in this. Mrs. Sallie Jones has rented her Thanksgiving goblers begin to scsat Miss Lizzie home to Mr. Gill Satterwhite and been visiting Freeman, who has danger. Lectures on Prophecy. moved to town, where she will reside in this section relatives The Uoundahout man and were in the future with her daughter, Mrs. the past summer, left Tuesday for the guests ol .Mr. filler Dupny wife famiand her home in Austin, Texas. Rev Dr. J. T. Hendrick will com- W. T. Gaines. ly on Sunday. mence a course of lectures on prophNews scarce. Base ball has revived. Mi. Dud Laeelield lias tented of Mr. J. Tioga. ecy on evening, in the V. Jackson his farm, near this place. Mr. George Wiley traded his sorrel Southern Presbyterian Church, in horse, Burch, to Mr. Tom Gill for a Mr. J. M. Crockett, of Louisville, has Mr. Robert AI Lee. of Bald Knob. South Frankfort, to bo continued nice sorrel mare. is engaged to conduct the choir at the been visiting Ine.iils in this t own this week. through the winter. All are invited. Fa I r vie w Sunday-schoo- l. Seeml of the l.ojs took in the c'oiing Mr. B S. Scantland says he will exercises of the Louisville Exposition las: have between eight and nine hunMr. David Hall has a young apple Saturday. W. C. T. V! Notes. dred bushels of winter apples. tree in his orchard that has been in full Mrs. Rosa Jenkins, who has been quae Little Miss Ada Luckett, of Frank- bloom for three weeks and seems to Mtk lor scvcial da)s, is betur. The Woman's Christian Temperpromise fruit. David has a young Mrs. Luzie Roberts has been very much ance Union will meet in the Chapel fort, is visiting her friend Mamie wife too. Arnold this week. rccmly. of the Chistian Church next WednesBase ball seems to be an amuseK.J. Dorse, County School Superintendday, Nov. ad, at 3 o'clock p. m. A ment not only for boys but for girls ent nl Shelby county, paid the lliidgepoit Sauclriffle. also. A largo number of full attendance desired. girl school a uu last Monday. The weather is rather dry, but armed witn bats enjoyed last Sundav The Sund.-- school picnic at Evergreen at this amusement. People's Theatre Humpty pleasant. last Isaturd.iy will be cherished in the memDumpty. Tho peoplo are gathering corn and Mr. Noel Lee, the young artist at ory of each one pusent, both old anil ouug, asan occasion long to be lemem-Oeresowing small grain. Bald Knob, has drawn the late CenThe name Hunipty has become a lor the tennial. One of his caricatures rep All else, for themany pleasures it afforded. Married. Miss Rebecca Bowen, of synonym of pantomime, and d tune resents scores of irate wives broom- foigolten save jollity. at least, seemctt to bo lias been narrowed down Sandriille, and Mr. Fallas Elridge, of ing their husbands out of the bar to the corner lots closed in by the Henry county, on Thursday the 21st rooms. 'Ihe deligiillul music, Miss AlmaScolield piesuling at the oigau, was no small wall from which Ilumpty Dumpty inst., Rev. John Downey ofllciating. 1848 A. T. Stewart sent a ship Itauue ol the daj's enjoyment. got a fall. Tony Deniers's pantoDied. Peyton, of In mime company opened a season of Horse-sho- o Mr. Joseph creek, on last load of corn across the ocean to feed The address ol superintendent Lea was Bend, Flat tho hungry in Ireland, which fell in- timely and pointed. Ilumpty Dumpty at the Standard Sunday evening, tho 24th inst. The oiiiuer was well every body knows to the hands of the Philistine landTheatre yesterday afternoon, and got what a full joyous reception. Tony Denier Flux and chills still prevailing lords, who sold it to the starving in thisa Sunday .school picnic dinner means section. has about the only fully equipped Two deaths the past week Mr. Geo. poor at an enormous price. In 1880 the County Superintendent The balloon ascension was perfect in pantomimo organization now on the Robert's children. Ho was living on shipped $100 worth of school books every particular. road, and his company includes sev the river, in a boat. The most congenial of all the day's enterto tho indigent children in Franklin eral of the best players ol dumb show The meeting at the Christian which also fell into the hands of cer- tainment, however, especially to the young on the stage. Of tho pantominiist proper are Ravel, as tho clown, Church, Grubridge, is still going on tain Philistines, who sold them to the people, seemed lo be croquet, swinging, C. fe. Schilling, as Pantaloon, Sophie and will probably continue another innocents at a fabulous price, as re- love making, and last, but not least, "Uld Sister I'lioeby.' Ravel as Columbine, and Willie Clay- week. The audience is large and ported hero at Tioga. The heart yearns for many such days. attentive; there wero 10 baptized on ton, as Harlequin. AY. Louis Our bad boy had been at battle all last Sunday. Juno 11), 188.'). Mrs. Annie Jenkins and children left to. the day with Mr. Mrs. Jno. Black (aunt Sally) was billy goat and the Warren Pulliam's day lor Louisville to join her husband, Mr. tho Forks of Elklioru. taken very sick at tho Church on seat of war to the distance frommile. R. U. Jenkins, where they will reside in fort was a future. We wish them abundant success. last Sunday evening. Sho was taken Mr. William French was home home by her friends. Have not In the evening the boy retired from A literary club will be organized in this the field with the enemy in hot purlast Saturday on a short visit. been able to hear from her since. suit. Here the fort was found barred, town about the loth of .November. All desiiing to become All butter yaw wish to pack should Dr. L. Wiley is attending the but by a dexterous sido movement their names with J. U. nieiiibeis C.will leave Lea or 11, i'ar. worked (WoodlakoNews.) fiewell ho caught the enemy by tho beard. lectures at Louisville. He now screamed to his mother for rent. Mr. Dudley Thompson, of Lexington, came down last Tuesday. Don't fail to see the parado of the help when tho door ilew open and tho maternal inmate advanced to the BORN. Wo raised a wintor radish this sea- Ranch King Company, at 12 o'clock conilict in her new scarlet gown, a In this city, pn Thursday, OctoberUSth, 1SSC, to son that weighed 5 pounds. present made by the merry girls of Mr. til. Muushter und wile, ti ROUHDHBOUT Supplement j to-nig- e. ex-Sta- te to-da- m VvABE-HOUS- S'-'.C- O far-reachi- ng i- il thopan-tominej(iol- Ite-publica- n, ... to-da- y. WW "W-J- PI A n .. - i Tc IWWMII W PMIWWrfimi Mi " lp H III MJI'I ! i II JJPf "fill ' 'I i. ZJVV J . '.'. ' ?PT T'rw' WV'. TT im ! phipi.ppih ..--;- - - - J r y 7 ' r - pppp -'H - ,?8IP? J ' ":V'" ffii in - - - - - p 7 p"pp ' ' ','vjff, f wijw."!' .1-- " "" Jl .- -v t i: :irMiiisir'rMwn"mrciW9a NFSV ' vi'&W Mil Ra ci Us. Ess HI m fix 1 Mm r?i'J $F fa A mm rill iiMil uuu RFJO a WHJ tfl & nTO K7M. K. v fcyi. F&M P - w u-- iiii f.W d MW8 el M EJ h & a ;, p uxJCTrjaati-JQtiratrfrttt- jsv ? crjs y 1 aft zttMazivMvr. mMW IM iMltJL -rwxmnmt.,MMtm&nnnMn't for ladies or gentlemen. It will save you .time and money by calling upon them and That will astonish you, either coming winter. Their stock oi Hats and Caps, Scncol Books, Stationery, &c, is as selecting your supplies for the complete as the market will afford. CKgCKg.lMlWSrR.'fl&gJ.HmK.g larewJ KKAWiClAJitr ' KUUJMAitoUJ 188G. a line eo.i..jiuuon neglect. Fob Hunt. Three roo as and a and ruined by simple may be corkitchen, with garden ami well, New EJrug; Store. healthy action. On I FRANKFORT. OCTOBER :i0, oudny is coutiiy court day. o Uhcnin-Uis-)), .bodily ills result from habiliut conner Lojnn and Second streets. Ap- stipation. There is no mu icine It' equal to Ayer's Pills for rt.it, r g ply at this ofiice. the system to natural, regular, anu 1 roken Many k55a: hkii . lii3 L Waterproof Tto FIStinilAND SLICKER It wurmnte I anl will h"p jou dry !n 1110 uanifBt pmrni. a r-no new i'ui3iMj m.h riainff cnaj, una covers tto rntle awMI. Iloware of lmltMlon J. Ncno cennln, wit" iit tha "Fi.h lHuitratcil Catalogue free A. J. 1 on cr, Ilr .ton, Hat 3. llrnd" Jt il : nnd .similar disease?, To the Public: Having decided to engage in the vause.'l by u low state of the syte:n, Avor'.s Sarsapi-rilit- i. drug business in Frankfort, I have by nreetirod leased the new store room in the SulTlie tiro boy-- are in mourning. In livan building, on the corner of Ann rimniii out to the tire Saturday and Market streets, and will open 111 irnhig waon ran over about November 1st. the lio-.Knowing from long experience in and killed the do bjlojiinj? to the the business that conlid'niee on tiie department. o part of the public is the Mr. O. R. (Jruteher, of.Jett's Station . I will aim to win this county, and Misi Uettie AEoorej and merit the same by fair dealing, ofGeorgetown, were marri- d Wedne.--dav- , close attention and the strictest care at tiie residence of liie bride's and caution in every detail. parents in that city. My entire stock of drugs will carefully selected, and of tin The stable of Mr. John V. Uault, purest quality obtainable. oil Loyan street, was destroyed by lir prescription department will Tuesday afternoon. Loss $15, with b Thecharge of a thoroughly compein no insurance. Supposed to have been tent and experienced Registered Pharmacist, who learned the busithe work of an incendiary. ness with mo over eight yea is ago, Mr. Joseph Peyton, a prominent and since that time has been contincitizen of the Flat Creek precinct, uously engag d as a dispensing driu-g- i died at his home near Polrove, on In addition to drugs, t will carry a Sunday, October :2ilh, of consump- full lino of sundries, fancy and toilet articles, tine cigars, tobaccos, Ve. tion, in theotth year of his age. ... 0 Cordially inviting every one to call Tlie stOiV on Si. Clair street former- and give me at least a trial and a par of their patrjnnge, ly occupied by Messrs. Weit.el I a n, very respectfully, shortly be reopeneci O'Dounell will WlCKLlFKi: ClMIMIAX. by Messrn. Will and CJeoVge Weitel Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 14, 188U. with a full stock of fancy groceries, 'j Vlitll(t unase cc csauoorirs Mfmr1tirI .Ti vji fruits, ttc Tiie he it hi tiie coll'ee, roast j There is great complaint of the world, at Day it Half's, large number of loafers, both white Keynote to Health. and colored, who congregate in the waiting rooms at the depot. They Health is wealth Wealth means and shoulu independence. The Keynote is Dr. have become a Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, be abated. the best Cough Syrup in the world The Franklin County Teachers As- C ires Coughs, Colds, Pains in thebest, Bronchitis and primary Consociation will meet in tiie ofllce o umption. One dose gives relict. in ( ol Thos. iJ. Ford on the Secawt iTii-"very case. Take no other Saturday in November, and it ir cents and $1,110 Sold by Hughes i hoped as many teacher as can possi- v Chiles. do so will attend. bly Fresh Oysters, in bulk and can ,., ...wl Cf The Frankfort Majnnerclior wil. ........ Ilillfl' illivi nil, .if It... ir. M il'l S. ill ' i,. t;a "' a ball at the Capital Hotel on aive Vot-Thursday evening, November 4th. To oxthii QoaVh First ' Vffl-- rt to the same can be had o Tickets miiKKtri.) Mr V. Uerberich or my other member of the organiUion. An election for Councilmen is to be lio'il im llio ath il.iv nf ni..inlim-,The alarm of lire Tues lay morning next. The undersigned, vour present rej 'if the w u v;' nlone bv the irni-iresentatives in the Council, have renstable of Mr. A. F. Crichton, Super dered you faithful, an I. ar- - they beiutendent of the Jventucicy Jttve lieve, valuable service. Mills, in Taylorton. He had a nici They are candidates before you lor and ask, and would be buggy and a lot of provender de gratitle I by, your support at the polls .stroyed with the building JtlCIIAB!) u-i- n? ? e pre-rcquisi- le, Heating Stoves you etui save' money by buying at Gray it Church. Op maMmWBgZMESEEE&r Bucklen's Arnica Salvo Tli--n - Tiiv IIJL CJ t.i. III flw uv, i1l r.i' .. (fray & Church are selling stoves 1I1JJ ,.! UtiJ lllVi 11W1I1I lift Cuts, Bruhcs, Sores, Ulcers, Sdt at hard pan prices. Jthemn, ifrt Tetter, Chapp' d J, M, W A L li L D you want a bargain go to Gray Hands, Chilblains, Coins, and all .. If n.'.J.i i. hi i..t,,!,i ,v,i u i SkinEruptions, and positively cures """. k Church. or no pay requited. Jt is guarPiIlv, Fir.s(.n.ss I'lniiiii: .Will, or The highest inaruef price given for anteed to give periect satisfaction, per If rum irpinnil id ruinich nil kindr ol money retunded. Price 'S cents fresh potatoes by .Mastiu llroj. box. For sale by Joe LeComple Sa-cc- l Ulis ILale. WMl ! -.- .NEW IU. AM NO 31ILL. t li . i I n''-i'ii- . . . Mr. D.I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., says ho was, for many years-badlarilicted with Phthisic, als Diabetes; the pains werealniosc.anen, durable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. Ho tried Electric Bitters and got relief from lirst bottle and afcer taiungsix bottks, was entirely cured and luivl gained in tlesh eighteen pounds. Says lie positively beiievcs he would have died, had it not ben lortne relief adbrdeo by Electric Bitters Hold at llfty ce'n G a hottle by Jos LeCompto. potatoes, mtkmmmmm.iuiimHif&iB3SBSStamn CR.1S IX) r5 y y Scroll Work, Stair Work & CUUn out n tl o Litt itjlt. Turdrg x:? :c-t- r Xji ,c u art fno ' kIX lS J Kg. NOTIGB1 Ihi: vrouc s hei ebv lirtuloi'i'l tfioi.O r or 'Uh.t.dc.i.s. n'tiesi in the I '. ( dm.-u.d- notij ii.d that ilu t in'l m in CLt i , ', i i Waxtku. I o Furniture and tJncierkldn? And 0,IXiW u.isnels of ' MAsrrx linos. Clt Iriii ti! ;y( tie cold ; lui SHJStX I'.ss one-ha- lf inter ht !:i my to .V tlwn tin Now is the lime u piepare for the tiiTitiin r Gray it Church and get a handsome Orient Heater. ......,most wo ml erf - PW. Paln-Curcr S. DKHONI-Tiie:v,ii . er tno mjk o; tlu llr:n wll! to Farmers having real good butcher stull'on hand, which they wish tosoll, will receive the highest market jirices uy calling on .Mack saiyors, ;s .wain fll-tstreet f. Tho 1 known. tho world lias over Your money will STATEN iiy -t r & BEEOWEY JAa as represented. bo returned if not fn..tl And the biMiiffMv'lloeK nt nutdrt thecUHtaiid ot W i U mit, t..Mi, ;o. il!. t. ("1 ui tii(t. i t. .ita u;. i L. K. CdMi ton. w7 C. 3Ia(m.i:. (M Tr'out pi .') tn-;..- a nui-a;ic- e Ait- il tton - Vi . t. lit." ilnchc, stomach ir sltlc, niif iMitutnl. One dose tUrptlvo Pillo will Rive rclie;. i i calth ami vigor. k t i Ji ci . ji..!i in Ij.iek 1 i i'i-.i- ChSJdren Gry for Pitchers l'ltorarirrors Cure for Piles Piles are frequentiv nreceded bv sense of weight in the back loins un lower part of the abdomen, cauMii-.")(the patient to suppose has sone eluv tion of the kidnevs or neighborine organs. At times, symiitoms of ii.- digestion are present, flatulency, un easine.--s of ilie stomach, ect A moisture, like perspir.ition, produc ) lTrdlMiSiJL-- Ttrrvw.'&TiimT2 sSSsLt z .tiitiaau.tui.iiA uu rtii..i Hri'irn 1 v c miT'en BVUuu i HAVi: TIIK FDLt. M'Hs e ) 11- - S vstem, Jl .NUr.VCTUHE i VN1) if til j Ivst g'ades. of tho boat Flour naJo in '" e on v.'-)- ' d. I tse r ' i ! " J ! KL'timgwarm, isacomnionattei.o mt Blind, Bleeding and Rcliing Pile- yield at once to the application o '!'':, Ite,1:.0!?.. .I.:i,;,.i?'!,J;(ly'y.!!Ll,Jv.ivvi " ' ll'V."r. ' aLsorbing the Tumois, allaying the mv-ji.ui- " . ', i,'v.u.Miwli1uil,i1iu f' 1 'f-i- i o tn-- l w .!r' . a laicob rro ,daii. i C'toflll - 1 1 -- intense itching, and ell'ectinga per- manenr cure, rrice .hi cents, .vu dnss, The Dr. Bosanko Medicim Co , Piqua, (J. Sold by Hughes l CI mpgpEq i?l Sn w Jil tl . ..mm. vpumbjm UrA'v-J.frang'fl- -; ROGERS w rt r 3 M DEALEU B El IN-- - 'nP s E!iBP o.- -j iles. vercivC IEUI aH -- ,:r O The alarm of tire Saturday morning was occasioned by the burning o a small frame house on Arsenal Hi. occupied by Jord-iTompkins, colored. The lire department Mieceeded in extinguishing the thin"? befoiv the house was entirely consumed. I WiijMa.u J. Hl'chks, Fo.muxo H. Tayi.ob, J b. Frankfort, Oct. 1(, lt!. lonix, Willie Ureen, of Fl'etwood Farm, and Mr. Andy Head still continue to be the Imsi coon hunters ol this county. Since the 2"th of Pep Tho umbvrtigiiutl ii'tijit'otfully announce hiniHclf as u camlklutu for hb C JULil 4an in ih Ward at the ion Dooonibor 4th, 1830. It. O. CHURCH. Stock Bo-o- ml To tiie Voters ortSie Seeosil Ward Vlion Baby lvas tick, wo pavo lior Catorla, When alio Tv.vi a ChlKl, alio I'lieil fur Casloria, When sho Itocimo MU liio citing to Cutorla, Whou mUo had Children, shit gave thsm Custoria, - - m& m a usil.7 iyiJ yw-'Tv- 'I Ir I:.i j ri l'i uiiui x j VvCXsf7a urn . iorcotipi:.'. ;. inittn urothiT '. In ' i.-- "' .:im'. Jjcxoaa'u tltcti. I.r tJM)cp-- ' '.li 'Iiih yjin'ie, l. t.i'Obtlan B.iitlu altc' Mk.tl'. Ubuiivttl.iui: rc-.scrl- Ai. tM'i Wi 3 KmWsFmW 11111 ti 11 A SPECIALTY. ::; 1 rm:ri !. jlu i . test . tqo funiltiiroconstaiitlv in fkaxkkoiit. ky stm-i- - i .i.i tn i iiii.iMoin i.' i5i I Pct;tJ?i I i'ii-t- i" - COML'LE'li: LINE OF ' cll)ir TO THE PUBLIC. t av reci j'ntciiAyiU) the stock ok ;ro. I iv'Aii't Jir .) h KfcKT. comef bssiiml un tr; t fouth Kr.iultfnrt, proD,o to !wii I , i ll To tJae Voleri oftS.e Secosiil Warif. Tlio lember last they have caught OOcooivi hlmuolf iiBa camlitlnto for iih and 7 possums, with but one dog. Councilman In tho Seruuri Ward, al the is "treed" olootlon Dcconihor Itli, 18ii(i. When a coon or pos-u1 PVI's M VNOiW one of them climbs up and shakes 1'Olt COU.SOlLMAh. him out and the dog makes short Wo ro "itu)r!3.l tn uiinoiru-- JOHN' WILL work of him. They do their hunt- JOHNSON iwa i cariihti )or troin ing in the I'ea Itidge neighborhood, tho r Ir.it Waid, at thu ob.t.na D.vjiiibjr Itli. lfeM ami never come home empty handed. run vuuxviun.wi. Monday night they "treed", live WonroautiorlM'l to u inun.iOilN T. aa a wmllridto fo CouiioJIiniii from tto eoou-- i and caught four of' them'. Secoiul Ward at thu elcct!o,i JJ.vembor 1, 10. . m Omiiu-'lmuHUO.'C-LKY iui(lirigni(l ropactiully iuuionm)t Foit ui:xt. The brick house oppt ?U the depot, belonging to V. Kal If. tenbrtm. DwrjiMNc Hoi'si: rou Kr.XT. The Iioum' now occupied by 'aj. J. A. Grant on llroidwu.v. Apply tot tf. It. .M. Gents' Furnishing 600 is. In Stock, and all lviiuls of n.ci Jtcck of . Shirts Made to Order -- jnocr.niES, ul Ah hit 1DH 1 10. I ill 1 ME Fl N w. V M.-.I- von want a srood iuicv steak. (r. Wix't hmim. ' Ii.icnnnr ird .".' tn " '.". M Alain iu.vei".s store. treet. oiiposito Dr. Duvall's residence. ". -. If io tiuninc lour rooms, initial iv. oinuioco-ivi'- i i nuw o iin.tnlbi ills. Kat ThN Mil innpl. iinil ijimwIoii cin :ot bt'KiLMi until tl) i:.tii ot net Amii t'r tonus or Miiunpiii) to MU: HIUCKCOTrAliK. iroi)L-ityI.- to SllIJlIT ;"' tf. i'r.ink anltnoi'MMirVu' irlrtlm rr.uii.toit uiion'lliimiun lowtlon n;ie a Miit.n jjk;u. anil I hupo ly cltws .UUiit'on i Iiiis'ium and ic'r djjiKni; to ncilta a noitlon ul IrflUlbr.CIMtlOllltKt'. Ooods dei;crl pioin;tl. In unv rart of the hiiiI of uiitli ' or. l'i Ilm rct CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE, t'tho in ut'onoft'i nco.inU f nt'in-U j ? t ii a in- - e.utmy' ', ll-l-T- Vcrj :t. lefitfnll JOHN li. JOMiy. .W-'Ji- n Sjuth rr.iiikfort. Ky. i tociUMmmm fffihfffSfittA, ixi-- L .3U... jgmmmggl - j;w'Mwyjifyri(j' t'vt;'' 5 uu i ijf.jt.'umn,jatt.5.i.aj.LJE PiliNKKOUT ROUNDABOUT.A Reliable Article. 5' ts iiwl a desire to goinU jw w ill give thu trade Mtitfaction Huirhty - Chiles, the Dm;:,;! K lead all en:tnntitii They sell J)r. litnanko's Cough and huns? Syrup, biHMiine it'.s the best medicine oh tin' market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Primary Consumption. Priee )() cents and SI .00. Samples 1 free. get For ontorprfae, sn-- h nh R K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his Main CAPITAL ART GALLER Y iV- H. a. MATTEEN, Prop'r, (ir&Starks' Sired, Over Crutch White Hail Clfiihlng IIoubc. FALL & WINTER ST3CK -- FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. Reined My from t!ie Grave. OF finally ie.-i-ll tod in a very large ulorat-e- d and ugly looking running sore on one of her limbs which had been grow lug larger and larger for the quantilast four years ties of pus or matter, and was so rapidly undermining her health that I almost despaired of eli'ecting a cure. 1 tried every known remedy, such as tlio..irs.iparilla and potash mixtures and prescriptions of the hot physicians, with no benellt in any way. A fulV IMIllltllU !!"! 111V !ltt(iltioll WHS called to S. S. S. I procured some of iw uim-i- i mii: mis iiitMii-iiie- , take, and in a short time increased in flesh and strength, and the sore, which wasihen laigertliaii my hand and reached to the bone, began to heal. After continuing its iw for a few ivceks, she regained her health and spirits, and tli" sore was entirely healed. Sue had been in such a terrible conditon for years, and was o near death's door at the time she commenced taking S S. S., that I from making the facts known to t.te public Tnough knowing or being .s.itisHod that she was cured. I feared the disease might return; but as it has now been three months since she stopped using the medicine, and is in peiect health, being able to walk several miles without unusut.l dufatigue, and attends to ties as sue did before she was so ui.-;;;re-frai- wife for many years va atilict-e- d with a blood disease which b.illied the must skillful treat nent, and 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. Qct 2Stf OOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF- - Capital City iachine Works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, Manufacturer and Denier in &C. STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill , CHOOL BOOKS, DRAWINGS STATIONERY, &C. L and Agricultural Machinery. AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. S Blacksmithing-- Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Jno. T. 33 -- IS- 1JlwJ-a- J Agent for 153L-A.- BOILEI2 T?sr02S22:S, Columbus Steam Pumps. FOR PRICE LIST. 128 Lewis E33ST&XITE ana .2TT5 ES-SE- STILL AHEAD WITH THE St., Near tho River, Frankfort, Ky. Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in AND mHBSttym U DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE ::;-- : KENTUOKY'S EOUTE EAST FOH hou-eho- ld od publicly make this statement for the benefit of ail who are afflicted as was my wife. 1 W. M. GltEKK. Five Points, Jones Co., Ga , .May 188G. 29, Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. :jiH!flK,!ll,li 1 (til 1 OHIO, WASHINGTON, PMIADELPRIA & HEW THE ONLY LINE YORK. CAPITAL. HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT. KY.. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars for . ft fro iiise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. j.ui-- awiT SrnuiFic Co., Drawer 1"7 V. 2;id St . X.Y. ,'), Atlanta, Ga. : ni-nti- The SATURDAY, NOV. 20. 1886. SATURDAY. DEO. 18. 1886. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnlcerholr system without using the KNIFE Or LIOATUKE UI1U Without (Illy pulll. SOULiIZD FROM T.Z3iT LAKGEST STOCK: OF LoiiisvilJe,Cinciiinali & Lcxingion FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. Their f avthought in bringing, and the irood use they made of, the Johnson hand pump unquestionably saved my house'and other property. I also thank .Mr Mnngun, iMr. Phillips and others of the Fire Department for the use of hose, etc. Alfx F. Ckichtox. Ed. Jloiauladoitt: Sir, I desire to STOVES, GRATES, publicly thank Oflicers Noonan and iind oH'octive Unri- iVip tlin Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Yases, service they rendered at the lire of And at prices that cannot be duplimy outhouses Tuesciay morning. cated, ever seen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't forget the place. JNO. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains for DICER AND RECTAL CATARRH. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO T. BUCKLEY, St. Clair Street. ppr Diseased conditions that produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by u diseased bowel, ulso treated. LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POINTS IN Bald Knob. est tuii.uiii.atit of Hald Knob does not re lK'iuber when this side the river ever had a member of the Legislature. And we do think if we have no one that i callable, of representing the the countv, we should have the honor of naming the man, and we now rise to second the the motion of your correspondent who mentioned sometime ago the name of Dr. E. K. Hume. He is callable and honest, has no ax to grind and is, we think, the very best man for the place. And if lie will allow his name to go before the people this neighborhood will give him a boom. What say S.N M. and others. you Dr.? Ai-tioeh next Representative. in the I see a good deal of gabble be our pa'frs in regard to who shallthe oldNow MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN PRUHITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In thn lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort. RICHARD FERKl SON. Frankfort. J. M. WITHROW, Frankfort. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to uny one by addressing M. For tickets and further information apply to your nearest tlcket-onice. W. W. MONKOE, W. 0. WIOKHAM, 2d Vico President. r Farming Implements, IVO. Field Seeds, Buggies, dec, 4c., S3S ANN STREET, :r.3r:K::F'o:E3,i?r is:E3sra?TTOSZ"H". W. US'" I. KELLEY, M. D., -- Div. Pnss'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. 376 West Seventh St., Cincinnati, 0. Choice Coal Cheap! KINDS ALL family use. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery. Full Weight, Bottom Prices. CONSULTATION FREE, a Dpc. CWy. KMucky and MbSHERRY Grain Drills, LreakingPLws, O.d Hickory Wagons genernl assortment of Hardware; full stock of Harness and Saddlery; seed Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, &c. C2TFRICES GUARANTEED LOW. A I. CAPITAL 17-t- 0. 0. F. Telephone connection No. 30. J .Gutting Boxes, Corn Shollers, Cider Mills. LODGE, NO. 6, MEETS EVERY Visiting brothers cordially invited. . LEE A. OWEN, N. G. R. Williams, Sec. April f. GEO. B. MACKLIIT, Dec.8-f- . FRANKFORT. KY. F. T7. MAJOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. FRANKFORT, KY., WML CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w An Efficient Remedy In nary Affections Is Ayek's Ciiekky I'kctoual. Ah such It Is recognized and nil cases of Bronchial and Pulmo- prescribed by the medical profession, und in man thousands of families, for tho iinst forty years, It has been regarded as an Invaluablo household remedy. It Is a preparation that only requires to be taken In verv small quantities, and a few doses of it adminUtcred In the early stages of a cold or cough will effect n hpeedy cure, and may. very possibly, save life. Tliero Is no doubt whatever that FARM FOE SALE COKTAIMKtt 152 ACRES, Adjoining tho Kentucky Military Institute, six miles bouth ot i'runktort. FOR SALE OR. RENT. OF THE A SMALL FARM one 70 ACRES, LYING ON from Owenton pike, mile und u Quarter this city, suitable for a dairy farm. Apply to Oct. 2-- tf PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln, Carroll,THE CIRCUIT COURTS WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF Gallatin, Boone, Owen and the adjoining counties, and and Grant counties. In tho Court ot 'Appeals, und will also give special attention u the In the Federul Court. and sale of real estute, collection of rents, claims! 81y-t,0" 0I '0UU8' 0mco Court-housf. Real Sstate JuneliO-'ly'- Ag-ont- , JAS. A. VIOLETT, . M"e W. T. OAINES. Ayer's Cherry Pectnral Has preserved the lives of great numbers ofrpersons. by arresting tho development of :v . and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing with ulf diseases of this class is of the utmost Importance. The Joss of a single day may, in many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time In experimenting with medicines of doubtful efficacy, while the malady is constantly gaining a deeper hold, but take at once the speediest una most certain to cure, thu euro of thobo dangerous maladies. It should be .kept ready for .use in every family where thcro nrc children, as it is a medicine far superior to all others In tho alleviation of treatment of Croup,-t-ho "Whooping Cough, nixlthocuroof Colds Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, and by CHANGING MY LOCATION DESIROUS OFfor sale my farm, 125 acres, Rltuat-e- I d on the Louisville pike, In Franklin county, k on the place; well watered, mile from Graereti8burgand7Mj miles from Frank-to- rt Anil good COURTS WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE-- Up IN use g Excellent dwelling house, G rooms, In urass: eight and adlacent counties. ani greater part excellent beurlntj acres In upple condition, tot well, splendid young orchard, together with stairs, oyer Judge P. U. Major's ofllce. trees !n orchard, . For further InformaAug. f. further lnjorniatlon. apply at Puyne & Berry's U necessary tion upply to the undersigned, Groetensburg, ShelInsurance Ofllce, or to ,,.- by county or on the premises. l(KI-4t- . uc'L buuh uuunn. out-housnever-fallin14-t- A Comfortable Two-Sto- ry Souse I FOB S.JL.EI . ROBERT STORTS. Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., DR. J. S. COLLINS, ossasg,j Oxide (or luughlng) gits." DEISTTIST, Oct. m. THE JSTOI'IOB- - .! J"k?!t4, In Blue Erass Nurseries. FOR FALL OK 1886. General Inurance Agent, FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Trees, lirapevines, smuii jTima, abpoithjub M.ii. ti.ul nvnrwiiilittr flulttlUv fnlinrf ffl kllll fill eitabllshment. Our prices are oh low as we sell i7nn tkn rilnnturu tinvllio. lin flffPtltfl. All ciilnilnt? to be such are frauds . Catalogues on application to II. V. HILLENMEYER, Lexlngllon, Ky. Oct. A F. C. HUGHES, St, iTV Office on Main Opposite Farmers' Bank. BEEN HAVING the late APPOINTED Strother Fierce, all persons knowing themselves Indebted to him will please come forwurd and settle ut once, und all those having claims against the estate of said decedent are notified to present the same, properly proven, JOHN 8. PIERCE. JR.. tor settlement. Administrate sW!fAAf flolh mrQlli Blndlni. Jfe ,fAiMBKi:WiiiTTOs.f.ri'l,2S is out and bzhu Viiii oiLiajlmlmmm REPRESENTING 15 Leading American and Foreign Computet, WITH OVKR WEAKlUNDEVELOPED l)PKIi PAUTHof thftHUMAN rt FHBNO I HOD Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, .PREPARED BY Dr, J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw. Sold by all Druggist. Job Work neatly exe iootooo,ooo.oo ASSETS; POLICIES WRITTEN ONFARMPBOP-ert- y at lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point rii w.wh wilt jgjjjjnjjmyuiinrw tirlilv nHorM,d. HhNI'lto.. KNLUmKO.MKVtil in tin int(ra4ilnif w t LM Arc iierifctiy ViIWO. ' 1. r . f" ' ,1 i, . t wnythut them l nowTiilnncp ot huitilmg tit' l,it,rfwtnnAn4(nrinv0i4tiiAnriMi ' cuted at this office. to Great Brlttahi or Inland. Apr.l7-l- y. Tremr3MflSuSftrli?iiTjifflZnzj!antt?mTMTB HI. ""TIIW, HKiiiOAbdo . ll.Jl III, rnl-.- lo hvwn ",l'.llfi Hit ),'l't'i fi" .i'iI r.l.'f. ilct til V'J Illflll1"' HI -! J'lh ' .i-ii- ,' nr i , Dt.il 4".Ht ..! JJ.' f,), r- - ,3;'.. i.. - . ...afej. ,i.!i yum !! f-irf-if i;rrirHftfri -- WnT,ri