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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886110601 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. $T3 M ( tpJ-w-,.. f r i t v y The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR Volume X. FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 6, 1886. Number 8. BRIMFULL 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 we can safely announce that nowhere in the State can be found a stock superior to ours. OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT Our-Cutter IS OUR PRIDE! In it you can find any kind of goods you may want. and Workmen rank among the best in the land, and any order intrusted to them you can rest assured will be as well attended to as it is possible to do. COME TO SEE US. We will do all in our power to make our business relations with you pleasant. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. Registered Voters at the City Election, Dec. 4, 1886. regis-tered Rodman, T. B. Richardson, N. F. Rodman. Jno. W. ft. , FIRST WARD. The following list comprises the voters of the First Ward as given to me ly J. M. Stephens, Maishal of the City of Frankfcrt,' who aie entitled to vote at an election for three Councilmen from said Stephens, Matthew Williams, Price Ward, to be held on Saturday, December Schittenger, Daniel White. Alonzo Woodson, J. Pickett Sneed, W. H. 4, 18S6: Williams, J. R. Stephens Egbert Dean, J no. A res, Hugh Williams, W. H. Sublett, D. L. Drane, Geo. C. Abrams, J. N. Whutihgton, R. H. Scottow, W. J, Dor&ey, Henry Hush Adkius, Watkins, H. L. Smith, N. IS. S. W. Darnell, Barrett, D. C. Warren, L. B. Smith, Tab Dryden, Jno. B. llarrett, Guy Williams, Minus Stephens, John Egbert, Clarence Geo. F. lierry, Went, E. C. bneeil, . I. Fellmer, E. A. ISerry, Hiram Attest, Itovil. Martin Furr.C. C. F. F. GRAY, Ul.ivnev. Rev. I. MeC Finnell. Lewis City Clctk. Flynn, Nicholas Dull, Sain C, jr. Franklin, Walter Brouder, S. I. SECOND WARD. Fincel, Charles Uanta, H. G. The following list comprises the regisFianklin, Walter M. Cain, John tered voters of the Second Ward, as given Forbes, Hiram Chiles, R. T. tome by J. M. Stephens, Marshal of the Fall, W. R. Choate, Ed. K. Craddock, Geo. W. Fitzpatrick, M. City of Frankfoit, who are entitled to vote Gault, Jno. W. Chinn. Dr. C. H. at an election for three Councilmen from G.iyle, J. W. Chinch, Lee S. said Ward, to be held on Saturday, Decern Griffin, Jno. D. Carpenter, W. T. ber4. 1SS6: Graham, W. L. W. U. Coke, Brown, Oliver Abler, Henry Gresham, C R. Dunnigan, H. C. Byers, J. W. Ahler, Jake Johnson, I.. F. Green, Thomas Brown, James Arnold, Dock Johnson, Hen. Gieeu, Warren Church, I. M. Anderson, James Johnson, Stape Gray, M. l Church, Richard Brislan, Jerry Johnson, J. W. Gray, F. V. Chinch, T. G. Brislan, Jno. A. Johnson, Jno. Will Graham, J. E. Callaghan, Dan. Burns, Thos. Kent, W. S. Graham, J. V. Crawley, Mike Buckley, Mike Kennedy, Frank Dan Gianton, Craik, Win. Buckley, Jno. T. LiComptc, Joseph Ilairod, Jno. S. Collins, M. A. liuhr, Geo. LeComptc, Charles Huffman, Geo, Collins, C. E. llanta. J. M. Lindsey, D. W. Heeney, James Conway, L. L. Blackley, G. T. Lewis, Geo. A, Hughes, F. C. Cassell, John ISallard, U. K. Lai kin, Jim Tom Hull, W. H. Bohaunan, Richard Cain, Andrew Mattem, H. G. Hudson, W. P. Cromie, Wm., Jr. Brislan, T. J. Merchant, C. W. Hughes, W. f. Cohen, Lee Wyatt Miles, J.N. Hughe, . W, Cromie, John Brown, Henry Mastin, Gilbert Humphries, Tlios. Craik, Walter Butler, John Hudson, W. P., Jr. Mastin, John Crutcher, D. C. Bradley, W. E. Mosby, Win. Hughes, E. J. Craig, Lewis D. Bland, Chas, Mosby, Spencer Hughes, Frank Church. R. 0. Banks, Eugene Massie. Robt. Hall, Eugene Fellmann, Albert Childs, Fielding McEwan, Win. Hvtle. H. 1. Fields, John Cnrrall, Adelbert Hockersnmh, W. II. McGrew, Milton Frey, Emile Cady, Wm. McRery, R. W. Honschild, Felix Callagh'aii, John Fenwick, R. W. Overton, A. W. Henry. Alex. (Join, James Coleman, Lewis Payne, Jno. W. Jett, W. L. Goldier, Henry Calmes, lien. Pattle, Jno. II. Junes, Jno. L, Green, Grant Cass, Dave Pence, James S, Johnson, J. Griffin, Louis Cryer, Spencer Pioctor, Jno. R. Jett, Peter Green, Grant, Jr. Darnell, J, S. Sliced, Russell M. E. Jett, Gibbons, James F. Douglass, Arthur Smith, S. R. Rodman, Jos. L. Goin, San Dehoncy, W. S. Tanner, Thos. Rodman, Thos. B.-all- Tobin, Richard Taylor, Kenner Thomson, R. A. Rogers, R. Thomson, W. C. Rodman, J. L., Jr. Taylor, f. S. Rodman, Willoughby Taylor, E. H., Jr. Russell, Patrick lay lor, ball Thumasson, Zack Robinson, J. D. Todd, Alex. T. Rodnian, G. R. Rodman, Thos., Jr. Utterback, J. IS., Jr. Saffell, James William, H. R. Driscoll, John Davidson, S. N. Dudley, Bush Daily, J. W. Desmond, v(7has. Dudley, Wui. Gaines, Wm. Gaines, W. A., Griffin, Andrew Gay, Hugh Jr. Power, Ed. Payne, Geo. L. Parrent, Robt. Price, Dr. J. L. 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 Stewart, Robt. Stone, Sam Smith, P. F. Smith, Lorenzo South, W. T. B. Saljers, Wm. South, Will Stephens, J. W. Scott, Press Steele, R. C. Tyson, Eugene Tavlor, Chas. E. Taylor, Capt. E. H. Thompson, W. G. I ester, James Thomas, Joe Ward, Patrick Weitzel, Ed. Wells, Lafayette Williams, Jno. B. Williams, W. C. Williams, Ben Wyrum, Hiiain Yeagel, Geo. Sower, P. C. Sower. James Sower, John Dehoney, John Dailey, T. G. Ellwanger, Henry HafT, C. E. Ellwanger, Chas. Howaid, Nicholas Egbeit, Frank Howard, Fr;d Emerson, O. G. Haly, E. J., Jr. Evans, Robt. Hudson, Dr. T. II. Feehan, Dan Fitzpatrick, James Halloran, F. M. Hume, E. E. Fortune, Stephen Featherston, Chas. Herndon, W C. Lohrer, Otto Hoijarty, Mike Leinhart, Albert Hensley, Alex. C. Lewis, Ben. Heeney, Frank Lillis, James Hurst, J. W. Light, Peter Hensley, Ed. Lee, Ross Hampton, Chas. Lighthouse, Riley Hampton, W. T. Lyons, Robt, Henry, John Lillnrd, Joe. Hanlcy, John Me.igher, Mike Hunter, Thos. Mangan, Lewis Higgins, Cageby Miles, J. E. Harlow, Geo. Meagher, Dan Harris, T. J. Meyers, Ike Johnson, S. D. Mangan, Lewis, Jr. Joach. Jno, Morris, Jno. Johnson, G. B. Morris, Geo. Johnson, James Meek, Jno. B. Johnson, E. L. Meagher, Ed. Jackson, Geo, Marshall, Ben. Jones, Jno E. Morris, Wm. S. Jennings, C. C. Morris, W. F. Kaltcnlmtn, V. Kaltenbrun,Dr. V. A.Moore, Jesse McManama, Victor Kratz, J. G. Marralta, James Kennedy, Dan Mitchell. R. H. C. Lutkemeier, Wm. Meagher, Dan., Jr. Lu seller, Sigmond McDonald, Pat. Lynch, Daniel Peters, John McDonald, John Phylhian, Mack McEwan, Jas. A. Peters, W. B. McLean, Wm. Parker, Pea Nickles, Mike Payne, H.C. Newman, Pat. ' Palmer, Jno. M, Norwood, Chas, Poindexlcr, Geo, Noonan, Mike Quin, J.J. Noonan, C. E. Rogers, James Noonan, Jno. A. Reading, W. T. Noonan, W. C. Reis, John Nickles, Fred Robinson, Dennis Newman, Thos. Ruff, Joe. Newman, Pat. H. Runyan, W.T. Norwood, Lewis Rowland, Cliff Norman, Adam Rodgers, Dock Norwood, Andy Rosby, Jno. Nickles, Wm. O'Connor, Jno. D Robinson, Owen Richardson, Dudley O'Donnell, James Richardson, Magoffin Owens, Dan Salender, Geo, Parker, E. J. , Grant. Ed. Garnctt, Tom Graham, Boan Goldsmith, Dick Herancourt, Oscar Sullivan, Jno. F. Seilar, Jno., Sr. Sanders, Capt. Sam Taylor, Richard Talbert, Hampton Thompson, Bcasley Tavlor, Geo, Triplett, Geo. Thompson, Gi-o-. Shaw, Geo. C. Thomson, R. J, Thompson, James Thompson, Tom Ungermann, Henry ValIandingham,A. W. Veihl, J. Vest, Henry Vallandingham, Geo. Weitzel, Jerome, Sr., Weitfel, Gabe Waggener, J. L. Weienberger, Louis Wash, Win. Wnggonei, A. B. Waggonet, A. H. Williams, Isaac Wilson, Henry Walker, Geo. Williams, B. G Weaver, August Wright, Price Weitzel, Frank Waltemade, Fred Williams, M. Wiley, Geo. II. P. Jr. Watts, John Warren, Robt. Wells, Wm. Watson, G. II. Attest, F. V. GRAY, City Cleik, Graham, Jas. :T, Coin, Phil Gaines, W. T. Grant, Harry Gordon, Chas. Harvie, Jno. S. Harvie, L. E. Haly, D. L. Holmes, S. B. Halleck, Jerry Iligdon, Richard Hamilton, Jas. Prewitt, J. W. Penick, Rev. E. A. Heffner, Jas. W. Heffner, Thos. Phillips, E. A. Phillips, R. H. Haly, E. J., Sr. Partee, Sam Jeff.rs, B. B. Rodman, Jas., Jr., Julian, Ira Rodgers, B. n Kincaid, James Szymanski, Alex. Lindsey, Wm. Schroff, Joseph Lindsey, J. B. Strowbridge, Wm. Lee, Thorn is Smith, Geo. F. Letcher, Geo. Stephens, J. M. Lang, Otto Snyder, Alex. Meagher, Jno. Snyder, Wm. Macklin, Geo. B. Shea, Sam Milam, 15. C. Samuel, E. L. Mead, Wm. Todd, J. M. Mavo, Win. Macklin, Thos. B. Tobin, James Tobin, Jno. L. Murphy, Dennis Tobin, L. Macklin, Wm. Thomas, L. A. Murphy, J. T. Todd, T.J. McClure, R. K. McCluie, A. H. Thompson, Albert Todd, Robt Nicol, Watt N( al, Wm. Taubert, Emile O'Connor, Jno. Sr., Tate, J. W. Watson, II. II. O Donnc'.l, Harry Weitzel, L. Pepper, R. P. Wertz, Frank Waggener, W. II. Weitzel. Henry Williams. W. II. Wool ridge, Noel Weitzel, Chas. J West, I. T. Attest, F. V. GRAY, Congleton, T. J. Davis, Chas. Darsie, Rev. Geo. Dawson, V. H. Dudley, J. G., Jr. Davis, I. Daniels, Link Duvall, Dr. B. F. Drane, Geo. K. Driscoll, Dan Davis, Wm. City Clerk. THIRD WARD. The following list comprises the regis tered voters of the Third Ward, as given to W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and me by J. M. Stephens, Marshal of the city Retail Druggists, of Rome, Ga., say: of Fiankfort, who are entitled to vote at an We have been selling Dr. King's NewDiscovery, Electric Hitters ami llcukelection for three Councilmen from said leu's Arnica Salve for two years. ward, to be held on Saturday, De;ember 4, Have never handled remedies that I ! Wonderful Cures. 1886: Averill, W. II. Aldridge, R. M. Augermyer, Wm. Berbcrich, V. Bridgeford, Chas. Bush, W. P. D. Burkhardt, Earnest Burkhart, Joe Chinn, W. J. Congleton, Wm. Drane, Ed. M. Ely, Dr. James Ford, T. B. Ferguson, Kicnaru Fuhs, Peter A. Fahy, John Flynn, W. T. Flynn, C. T. Fahy, M. A. Fahy, Ed. sell as well, or give such universal satisfaction. Then) have been some wonderful cures eirecteil by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric Sold by Jos. LeComptc. Hitters. We guarantee them always. r ' iliji.J.L'..vlk.TU ildkjiSR. V.JwC.1 JA..4. .' Tj .' V. ... .. -- ,r ll-J- '- fA - w .. -- aiV. I. 1 rfijL- - '..W.i- - ,.-- - ruj1 Entered lit the as Mucond-cltib- s post-offlc- e nt Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable mutter. GEORGE A. LEWIS, The foot bridge on Conway near Third, needs repairing badly. The hand railing is gone in places, and several small children have barely escaped falling through the opening. DRIVE THIS WEDGE HOME! The biggest and best dollar's worth Clothing, Bots, Shoes, and Hats for the money. Is'nt it to your advantage to buy Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c., that will give you solid wear and save you meney? We're not afraid to let daylight on our HOME-MAD- E Thoo young men whose "urgent business" took them to the country FIUNKFOllT. KOVJ3MBER G, 1880. last week and week before, have all "S r returned and our streets arc again There was a largo crowd in town ornamented with their smiling counMonday at County Court, and a groat tenances. deal of. stock was on the market, but Mr. W. K Utterback and Miss the prices ruled very low. Serene Moreland, of this city, went to 4 The State Council of the Catholic Louisville Tuesday morning where Knights of America will assemble in they were married that afternoon, this city on Tuesday next. Mayor returned to this city Wednesday Taylor will deliver an address of evening and have settled down to welcome to the members of that body housekeeping nt the residence of his t their opening session. The meet- father, on Second street. They were ings will he held in Weitzel'.s Hall or the recipients of many handsome the Opera ..Iloue. presents from their friends, for which mm The Hermitage Distillery Fire they desire us to return their thanks. Company is a great protection to the Rev. J. T. Hendrick, D, D., one of east end of South Frankfort. They the ablest divines in the south and are supplied with SOU feet of hose and west, delivered, on last Sunday even two reals, and never fail to run out ing, in the Southern Presbyterian to every tire in that section of the Church, the first of a series of lectures t wu, and render valuable service on the evidences of Christianity, and wherever . they go.m will continue them each Sunday evening until completed. Two young men from Anderson These lectures were delivered by county came to the city on Sunday, Dr. Hendrick in the city of Paducah "soothing-syrup,tuvl imbibing to much took the wrong road, on their several years ago, and before ho had return home, their buggy was upset, gone through with them the interest the horse ran away, and, in the melee, had increased to such an extent that one of them had his leg broken. The there was not standing room to be fracture was reduced by cue of our had in the larce church in which physicians and the young man hauled they were delivered. As there was nothing sectarian in homo on a bed. them they were enjoyed by nil deThe tobacco growers of this county nominations. Those who hear one hold a meeting at the Court House of hi lectures will be sure to hear cT Monday afternoon, which was well the series through. attended and was presided over by All are cordially invited to attend. lion. Thos. W. Scott. The resolu- Seats free. tions of the Owvn county growers, 11. HUDSON HAVE OF which we published in our issue of The election on Tuesday was an THE NOTES In myDR. T. for collection, or suit hands been placed Inecessary, und parties knowing themselves to October J)th, were adopted, with the exceedingly quiet affair, not one It will save costs by calling upon to exception of the 8th, and then the fourth of the votes in this county be- be Indebted hlru at once. me and settling same JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. Nov. (rim. ing polled. Col. W. C. P. Breckinmeeting adjourned. ridge, for Congress, and W. J. Chinn, Wallace I). Egbert, Esq., formerly Esq., for member of the Board of of this city, and more recently of Equalization having no opposition, a Washington City, D. C, brother to large number of voters forgot that it TtROM MY FARM. ONE MILE FROM FRANK-rort, some three weeks blnce. two yearling Mr Chas. T. Egbert, of this county, was election day and never went to steers. Will pay u liberal reward for their return me or such Information as will enable me to to died in Washington City on Satur- the polls getthemS. M.NOEL. day last. He was a first class printer, The following is the vote for this NovC-l- t a genial and companionable gentle- county: man, and his many friends in this to For Congress W. C. P. Breckin- Horses city sincerely sympathize with his ridge, 547. For Member of the aged mother and brothers and sister Board of Equalization W. J. Chinn, GOOD FEED, ROOD SHELTER. TERMS Orders left at Mangan & Dar- in their bereavement. nell's. 553. " Eclitoe o,33.a. 3F"a."blle3a.er. CLOTHING! Look where you will; we'll gain your good will by deserving it. We secure you against unsatisfactory purchases by refunding the money when not suited. $50,000 STOCK TO SELECT FfiOM! gash is ytm xb w&jr.. Crutcher & Starks. IF'IR.A -IfcTISirE'OIET, IMT-A-XIf- S1EEET, KTZ". NOTICE!! LOST. WHY NOT? Why not call and Bee our large Hno of- - V Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, -- - AND- Taken Winter Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hofore you buy. Wo can show you some great bargains in Blankets, Woolen Hosiery, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. Respectfully, Heard on the Street. Frst Mechanic, "The Court House is to be repaired and repainted, a're you going to bid on the work?" Second Mechanic, "Not while I can get work for prompt payers." First Mechanic, "The county is goo.l for it?" Second Mechanic, "Good for it won't buy materials to do the job or M. D. AVERILL. Centennial Thanksgiving. Let all Fkaxkfort oive thanks fok the Centennial. It has been determined to wind up Gnov-l- m WEITZEL & ODONNELL, NEW STORK, MAIJV STRKET the workmen. I can't wait till next year to get the claim allowed and then another year to collect the amount out of next year's levy." fed Jake Knights, colored, was at work in a quarry out on the Glen's Creek pike several weeks ago, and having put in a blast, told one of the hands helping him to remove the keg of powder, which he failed to do, and not noticing that the powder was still there, Jake lit the fuse dropped the mutch and started to run. The match fell into the keg, ignited the powder, and in the explosion that followed Juke was badl burned a bout the hands and face and had a close call for his life. He is able to be about again now, but his crop of hair will not be as luxuriant and his beautv not as bewitching as formerly- A U" Great Revival. lJsi m ' . Edward P. Trabue, of Casayvillo, Kentucky, nn onterpriging young minister in the Christian Church, who is known in many .sections as a stirring evangelist, closed a two week's meeting Sunday night nt old Macedonia Church, in Woodford county, with 44 additions. Old citizens say this was the greatest revival that has been held in this county for years. Mr. Trabue is u young man of great firmness of character, a strong, vigorous mind, and great fluency of speech. With these priceless qualities he knows no failure. His motto is, "let us go up and possess the land." . commenced to treat my case, una at this uato i can read with my left eye without glasses, and my sight is almost completely resioreu. US. JNO. O. HODGKHS, Versailles. Ky In this county, on Thursday, November 4th, 1880, A daughter of Mrs. Jackson Williams. to Mr. Wm. Quia and wife, a dou; weight U pound. our glorious Centennial by turning over the Centennial Itecords to the Mayor and Board of Councilmen in a public and formal manner nt 3 o'clock on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 25. The tMK&Jil3tiamZLlvH '',MF YKm ceremonies will take place at the Opiiniiii1 ;iyJwimW0Mmm era noils', commencing at 3 o'clock. I JM'flW This is a pleading step in winding up so pleasing nn enterprise ns the Centennial was to all citizens and friends of Frankfort. The Register is still open and some of the statistical reports and historical and poetical contributions are not complete, but they can all be completed by hot day. Our people will bo in the right frame of mind on that day to make the occasion a real love feast, and put them all in love with themselves und with each other. These valuable An Eminent Specialist in All Chronlo Diseases Peculiar to Both records are now held in trust for the Hexes. use of the city and future generaSUCCESSFULLY TREATS tions, und the trust is so rich in historic and scientific facts that the trustee has thought proper to deliver the trust property in this public manner, and we are sure all our people will Asthma and Neuralgia. heartily approve it, and be present to' receive a trust containing no less a DISEASES OF THE treasure than the history of Frank- fort's first century. T ho holder of the trust will make a short address in Ejc:, Acut: and Chronic, Caiinct:, turning it over, to which Mayor Taylor will respond, after which Miss Superllclal and Internal, removed without surgical restored or operation. Nannie Urowder will read from the Consultation Visiontrial treatment money refunded. free. and Ode to the "City records Col. Ford's of tho Dead." The author of the BUHB HOTEL, ROOM 17. 'Drift Pile" will read that quuint production. Miss Nellie Orblson will sing two or three of her sweetest To whom it muy concern: songs, and the whole will wind up in For ten years my sight haa been' gradually falling blind for eight years from My left eye a general love feast and a full chorus paralysis ofhas been nerve. Dr. Williams, of the optic by all the musical talent of Frankfort? Cincinnati,It and Dr. Goldstein, of Louisville, proIncurable. Six weeks ago Dr. Smith nounced SPECIAL NOTICE. WILL CONTINUE WEten days longer: 15 16 PUBLIC SALE! $1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 05 10 2 40 TO SELL YOU FOR I DR. T.E.SMITH, Deafness, The Terry Farm, a well known and very nno fauu-7- V mlks by turnpike from Frankfort or Lawrence, 1C0 burg, about 8 miles from either Bridgeport, Alton, 65 or liurdliibvllle, the pike parsing the front gate, with a bridge over the creek, containing J17 acres, all In grass or clour except ubout 30 ucres. which is town In wheat and rje. The Impiovementti A. II. WAGGONER. conslbt of solidly built brick home of heven rooms, Telephone No 9. IKintry, und ktchtn, good double cabin for str vants, large btablcs, giiiiiury, corn-criBmoke-houba tine largo orchard In full bearing, tin Fencing good and a great deal of it new." Flne'well and bpriiic A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES In the jard; a pool of spring water to the old linn of It K. McClure & llro. aud abundance of ttock water on tho In stable let place. are notified to come forward nnd settle up nt onte TEUMB e-fourth cash; rtmaiuder In one, or their accounts Hill be pluied In the huuds of an two, und thiee )ears, bearing lnttrebt at tho rate A. II. Mil LURE. officer for collection. of six per cent per annum, secured by lien ami Nov. Insurance on buildings. Fobsekslon givey Immediately. At the same tlnu will be sold some horse stock. Including a line rockuway horhe, beveral head of cow s.uniong which are three suptrb mllkeis; eomo A calves, yearlings, etc.; bunch of good ewes with STEER CALVES. BRANDED THREEtho left hip. A liberal reward WITH be houthdown buck. will A. credit of six months will be given paid for their return to me or such Information as for notes, with approved s urity. payable In bank D. B. WALCUTT. will enable mo to get them. For lbs. Granulated Sugar for A. Sugar for 18 " L. B. sugar for A) " O. for 1C " Mice lor Bird Seed, per package (iood Irish Wash Hoard Ufft Flour ner 100 lbs Low (initio 1 lour, ier 100 lbs Wtul. per bus Call on us for BARGAINS. THE TIRRY FARM! I will sell at public sale, on the premises, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886, '. . . NOTICE. LOST. buggj-houb- b, e, hen-hous- -On- f. jnov.o-h- . Catarrh, OIE3 -- oratthlsofllce. rESIRING TO CHANGE MY BUSINESS, I iIq my brick store-roowith good cellar, together with my stock of gro , and my dwelling house, all cerles, dry goods, ie located In Belle Point. Will exchange for u nice farm. For further linoruution upiuv to F. P. LEWIS, two-Htor- y SiiLE. Oct.80-l- further inlormution address the undersigned at Bridgeport, Franklin county, or call on him on the preinlsts. Sale to commence at 11 a. m Oct. Hi, lbbU-tR. 8 K1NKEAD. Housekeepers, Attention! IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD, USE RECEIVED ! LeCOMPTE'S BAKING i POWDER! Fish, Oysters, AND Prepared und FOR SALE ONLY, by Joseph JLeCompte -- BORN, GELERY! B-- PROPRIETOR OF TIIE-- FRESH, tAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE AND Y- WEITZEL BROS. L'COMPTE'S. HANDSM00THER. ix,.-,.tJ- .. MjLi tl "-- tfr.Kiiri J. .. . i. A,. ,..., una , , 1 it j ' 1, ('' 3 ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT, Supplement (i, 188C. KY., NOVEMHER Tho election Tuesday was too dry for the boys to take any interest in it. The South Side Social Club met nt Miss Lyde Mutism's on Thursday The furnaces at the Baptist Church have been put in and are working nicely. The usual services will be at 1 o'clock held there on 1 a. m. and to-da- 7A o'clock p. m. m The Woman's Exchange will be of in the counting-rooopen y Building from 11a.m. the Yeoman to 5 p. in., where will lie found a supply of desirable bread, cake, puddings, jellies, etc. H. Tj. Hone, piano tuner for D. II. Baldwin A Co., will be in this city on Monday next. Persons desiring pianos tuned or repair work will please leave orders at No. Jl.r, Main street. Satisfaction guaranteed in all It. eases. Mr. Miss Lulu? Lee, who has been the guest of Miss Annie Wood for several weeks past, left for her homo in Miss Leo Is Flemingsburg one of the most popular and fascinating young ladies that has ever visited this neighborhood, and she leaves behind a host of friends to mourn her departure. The ordination of Rev. F. W. Morgan will take place at Mt. Pleasant Church next Saturday, Nov. l!i, at 0 o'clock a. in. The Presbytery will consist of the following ministers: J. E. Cox, Dr. Dudley, J. W. Williams, G. F. Bagby and B. T. Qulnn. If lime will permit the ordination of three deacons will take place the same day. Everybody invited. The members of the Woodlake skating rink met and organized last Tuesday evening in the commodious and well arranged hall belonging to Col. Ike Wingate The beauty and chivalry of all the neighborhood belong to the orginiation, and with the gallant Colonel to dispense the hospitalities of the house, nothing is wanting to render every one's enjoyment complete. The cluo meets every Tuesday and Friday evening and the indications are that it will have a big membership. to-da- y. Mrs. N. J. Moore, formerly of this county, who has been residing in Navaro county, Texas, for the past two years, returned to her old home the first of the week to reside, and will be joined by her husband in a few weeks. Bridgeport. Mr?. Hannah C. Brnwner has re- eelvp'Mrom the Royal Templars of .'i1' jance two thousand dollars inv.......o"tpon the life of her husband, the late Alex. G. Brawner, who was si member of I'rankfort Council, No. 7, of that Order. as has called u meeting of nimlrmnn. the Democratic Central Committee Col. J Sloddard Johnston, and the State Executive Committee, for the 23d inst., at the Buhr Hotel, to take into Consideration the calling of a State Convention to nominate the candidates for Governor and other State oIHcers. The new jail was completed on Wednesday and will be turned over to the County on Monday by the contractors. The heating apparatus was tired up Wednesday morning and worked all right, showing that the prisoners can be made perfectly comfortable in the coldest weather. Forks of Ellcliorn. t ft. Seines scarce. The boys are coming in one by one. Election last Tuesday; all was quiet. Mr. George Sletz is quite sick with malarial fever. Miss Battle Jones is visitiug relatives in Frankfort. Boux. On the 1st to the wife of Mr. A. J. Hall, a son. Fox hunters are having tine sport in this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar De Joiner are spending a week with us. Mr. Thomas Hunter, the County Superintendent, was out last Tuesday anu visiieu our scuuui. The potato crop, around Woodlake, is short, a half peck now is worth as much as a bushel was in the early part of the season. Mr. Kirk Bjiech.unp ran a needle in his thigh last week and is now mitting therefrom. The weather is delightful. something and would just step over The moving business is booming. to the insurance ofiiee a moment. Ira Armstrong hauls the boss wood. Franklin County Colored. Mrs. Mollie Armstrong has been Teachers Institute. quite sick recently. County Superintendent being absent Mrs. William Miller has been quite onThe some official business, Prof. Wrn. H. sick during the week. Mayo, Principal of the Colored Public Little Helen Smith has been quite School of Frankfort, acted in his stead and called the meeting to order, and in a few sick for a week or two, lemarks explained the object of the Institute. Cant. George Sudduth has been on The meeting was opened and Mrs. Ellen the sick list for several days. Strauss was selected as temporary Chairman, The Jones Variety show visited tary. with Miss Annie Patterson as Secretiiis town last Tuesday night. The following ladies, Misses Martha Mrs. Lucy Johnson, who has been Williams, Martha Hill and Addie L. Greenup were appointed as a Committee quite ill for some time, is better. on Little Jimmie Johnson has been'on tee Permanent Organization. The commitreported as follows: the sick list several days this week. For President, Mrs. Ellen Strauss; Vice Dr. George Horino is lying danger- President, Miss Maria Tracy; Secretary, ously ill at his home in Graefensburg Miss Annie Patterson; Assistant Secretary, "Miss Sarah Walker; Reporter, Wm. H. The usual number of the yeoman- Mayo. At a meeting of the Official Board ry attended County Court last Mon- byThe report of the committee was adopted the Institute and the officers installed. of the Methodist Episcopal Church, day. The following teachers were enrolled as South Frankfort, Ky.,Nov. 1st, 1880, Mrs. Rosa Jenkins, who has been members District teachers: the following action was taken: quite sick for two weeks, is convalesMisses Lucy Evans, Maria Tracy, Lizzie Wjikkkas, General John Rodman, cing. EIIh, Sarah Walker, Annie Patterson and our brother in the faith of Christ, deA good rain last Wednesday, Ellen Strauss. Frankfort Public School, parted this life in Louisville, Ivy , water is still very scarce, especially Win. II. Mayo, Misses Ida M. Joyce, Oct. 24th, 1880, Addie L. Greenup, Maria Roxborough, Jiesolced, That by his disappear- for stock. Martha A. Hill, Martha E. Williams, Celia ance frdm the earthly courts and feConsiderable improvement in the B Robersnn, Lena Taylor and Maggie llowship of God's House, we experi- way of repairing, iVc, in progress in Taylor. ence a deej) bereavement and recog tins vicinity. Privjte school Mattie Anderson. Others, nize iliat a large figure has been reMr. J. S Roberts and Mr. Cash Rev. Geo. II. Burks and Miss Sarah L. moved from our midst. Wilson, of Shelby, were in the vil- Smith. A fine address upon the subject Disciliesofved, That wo will cherish his lage a few day since. g pline in School, was delivered by Rev. Geo. attendant on memory as a W. II. Parrent has been disabled H. Burks. tiie services of the church in which Mr. Thos. B. Ford gave quite an inter- he was born anil reared, and to which for a week or more, from the efi'ects esting ailuress to the teachers. himself by personal commit of a rising on his hand. heirave The programme being fixed for two ment in early manhood, and a liberal Bat few votes cast in this precinct supporter of its ministry, a firm be- last Tuesday numbers not even know- days, and it having been found inconvenient for a majority of the teachers to attend liever in its doctrines, a lover of its ing It was election day. the Institute two days, it was decided by liymnology, and an ardent official, The Messr. Wade have about fin- the Institute to complete the programme, for years, of our local communion. exception of the musical, part on Resolved, That we express to the ished their contract, "the remainder with thehence the remainder of the day was of the Bridgeport and Benson pike." Friday, debereaved wife and family of our spent in practical work. ceased brother our Christian sympaRegular services at Evergreen this The lecture upon the study of grammar, to the evening at 2 o'clock and thy, and commend them delivered by Miss Ida Joyce, was a grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus at 11 o'clock a. m. Scats free to all. fine and interesting lecture. The same very was Christ. with much interest by Prof. Mayo Mr. Holmes, traveling salesman discussed Jiexolccd, That these resolutions be and others. recorded in the minutes of the Offi- for Brinkley & Gruhbs, Louisville, The essay, Woman's Influence, by Miss. spent last Wednesday night in this Maria Koxnorough, was read with such cial Board, and a copy of the same be presented to the family of the de- town. elocutionary grace that the whole Institute ceased; and also, that a copy be furMarried, in Louisville November was bewildered. She reflected much credit nished for publication. 2d, 188(5, Mr. Win. Utterback, of upon women and the inducements for GILBY C. KELLY, Frankfort, and Miss Serene More-lan- d every woman to educate herself. The lecture on Arithmetic, by Miss AdChairman. of this place. die L. Greenup, did honor to herself and J. Andkkw Cain. The farmers are very busy gather- ;.lso the school in which she has so long Secretary. ing corn and doing other work neces- been employed as a teacher. This lecture brought about much discussion, in which sary to be completed before the Pergonal. life-lonwln-terappea- Parrent is not only a distinguished scholar but a gentleman of sterling veracity, an example tho children, would do well to follow. An epicure squab went down from, here to the city and spread himself at the last table. After surveying the pile of naked bones he calmly arose and remarked to the landlady that his life was worth rs laid up with severe inllamation re- Spkoial Notice. Any one desiring to purchase a first class seine, or a No. 1 revolver (at your own price) call at No. 14, South Side, Woodlake, Ky. Mr. W. H. Bedford bought a pair of fine Berkshire pigs from Mr. Willast liam Pryor, uf Woodlake, best inweek the for $25. They are the market. The Pastor elect of Ruck Run T. Cody, is confined Church, Hro-'at to Ills bed with typhoid fever bo Louisville, and will probably not able to fill his appointment on the 2d Sunday. of The wealth and industry, by Wood-lakClubs, is well represented Spades and Diamonds which aro scattered around the street, and admind. SoSlmlly, the vertising agent of that city, can give all other information required. e, well-never in earnest. To see little boys and girls from 0 Mrs. K. C Berry has been quite to 1") .ears of age cigaged in the love sick for a week. making busiues seems queer to grown Miss Fanny Bullock is visiting in up lolks. tiie county this week. Mr. Lunsford Long, an old and Mr. Peter Jett and wife are visiting highly respected citizen of Anderson relatives near Jett's Station. county, who is well known in this Messrs I. M. and G T. Church are vicinity, is quite 111. having splendid hunting in Florida. Messrs. B. K. Wade and WuuMil- ler left last Wednesday for CumberCol. Geo. R Dunlap, of Chicago, visited friends in this city the first of land Gap to close the trade for a railroad contract in that section. the week. Married, at Lawrenceburg, Nov. Mr. Hiram Berry and wife returned Saturday evening from a two weeks' lid, 1880, by Rev. Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Preston Armstrong, of this place, visit to New York. and Miss Amelia Collins, eldest Mrs. M. F. McEnnis will return to- daughter of Mr. Saml. Collins. day from a visit of several months to Dr. II. II. Stratton has traded his relatives in Pennsylvania. property in Clayvillage, Shelby Mrs. Sliefer Richardson and Mrs. county, to Mrs. Ann Daniel for her Maria Ilaner have been visiting rela farm, known as the oiu place, tives in Sjjott county this week. near tho South Benson meetingMr. Hugh R. Ay res is at homo house. from Knox county, where ho lias Tioga. been doing Geological work the past e Sup't. Hunter, Principal Mayo, Misses Williams, Joyce, Roxborough, Patterson, , Evans and others made excellent point? Za' to the best methods of teaching the same. The lecture upon School discipline by Prof. Mayo, was quite lengthy and gave many practical hints to the teacher; how to maintain good order and gjod results in the school room. This Institute being the first of the kind, in Franklin county for colored teachers, is consiuereu Dy an me teacuers as only a foundation laid for greater results in the future. It is hoped that the next Institute will extend to a longer session. But, in all the teachers had an excellent treat aiid feel much benefited by this meeting. Annie Patterson, Ellen Strauss, President. Secretary. Louisville Tobacco Market. FURNISHED BY OLOVEll HOUSE. & DDRBETT, WARE- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO summer. Mr. Eugene Williams went to Louisville Tuesday morning to attend the Utterbaek-Morelau- d wed ding. Mr. Sam. B. Bush and bride, of Louisville, visited his sister, Mrs. Geo. F. Berry, In this city the first of the week. Rev. Jos. G. Venablo and family, of Pullne, Kansas, are visiting his brother-in-laMr. W. T. Reading, on Lewis street. Hon. L. M. Martin and bride, of Cynthlana, spent Sunday and Monday in this city visiting Mrs. M.'s parents, Judge W. P. D. Busji and w, Tho sales on our market for the week just closed amounted to 1,(520 hlids. The sales since the beginning of the The Benson base ball club came up hero tho other day to wipe out the Tiogas and got whipped, L'Jl to 5. The late marriage of Mr. Alex. Rogers to Miss Ruth Rogers elicts a curious sensation among tho lads ami lassies. Maj. Tracy, of Fairvlew, was up before the grand jury last week on a cliargo of manufacturing dynamito. Hefranklv confessed his guilt and said that his factory at Sandritllo was in splendid trim, and that ho had a cargo on its way to Europe. Tho patrons of South Benson may well bo proud in securing tho services of Prof. Charles II. Parrent, of Bridgeport, as a preceptor. Prof. wife. year amount 114,101 hhds., which is only 42 hhds. less than the sales for the corresponding period Inst year. There has been no material change in tho prices for burloy tobacco recontly, but the mnrkot has been gradually gaining strength for several weeks. Tho fall has been unusually dry and tho handling of the now crop hns been consequently very much rotarded; the total offering of new to this dato amounts to only L'G hhds. The following quotations fa'rly represent our luur&ui iui uuuuy luuuccu whs WOOK: DarkTrr.sh $2.50 to $3.50 3.50 to 4.50 Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. 3.50 to 4.00 Colory Lugs 4.50 to 6.00 Common Leaf, not colory. 4.50 to 6.50 Good Loaf 7.00 to 10.00 10.00 to 15.00 Fine Loaf Select Wrappory Tobacco. 15.00 to UO.OO WILL BUY AT MEAGHER BROTHERS', MAIN ST REET, A WINTER BOOT OR SHOE That will astonish you, either for ladies or gentlemen. It will save you time and money by calling; unon them and selecting your supplies for the coming winter. Their stock of Hats and Caps, School Books Stationery &c is as ' ' complete as the market will afford. FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER G, Go to Gray & Church on Main See Gray & Church's big line of street for cheap tin ware. fine Butcher Knives. kgSSfr PfcB Wnot ln - 1880. Now comas tiio dreary November. m We regret to learn the condition of Mr. Dan. DrLseoll was wor.e yesterday. Itfr. Wickliffc Chapman will have Ids new drug store open for business to-da- y. The Cliautauqua Circle will meet at the Chapel of the Christian church, on Monday evening at 7. o'clock. rooms and a garden and well, corkitchen, with We have added to our grocery ner Logan and Second streets. Apstore a telephone, all orders by same It. promptly attended to. Call No. 2V. ply at this ollice. A. II. Waogoxku, Market street grocer. fresli potatoes by Mastin Bros. Trial proves tout honesty is tin be-jHundreds of letters from those uspolicy in medicine as well as in other things. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is ing Ayer'(s Hair Vij,or attest its a genuine preparation, an unequalled value as a restorer of gray hair to its blood puriiier, decidedly superior to natural color. As a stimulant and tonic, preventing and curing baldall others. ness, and cleansing the scalp, its use Meat Cutters and Sausage Grinders cannot be too strongly recommended. o at Gray & Church's, 231 Main St. t Telephone. For IIkxt. Three BttN Kon (rcmiln unttm itiuip.4 with trio above TRiDB MA11K. e llio uLiyilE.ll Don't w.atovnnr money on n rim or rtibcrcnnt. A ,T , IsttoB;st WaierprcofGoci ThoFISirnRAVDPUCKrr Hn.tn'i" m".. w Mane. "rtn niu gnnnr.l.Prlntlver.HlniUhto TOVnit.gi)Plnim..iiirM Bucklen's Arnica Salve Tin; Bkist Salve in the world for' Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 1 1 NKy pLAKINj MILL. ......, I Foiv Rkxt. A frame cottage ot county, brought eight prisoners to four rooms. Newly papered ami the Penitentiary Thursday two wo- painted, and water on the bnc men and six men. porch. Apply to W. L. Wayts or Messrs. E. II. Taylor, Jr., Com- Mrs. XI. B. Wayts. pany have purchased the warehouse Lard Cans and Butcher Knives, on Main street, next to Mnngan & the best, at Gray & Church's, ou Main Darnell's stable, for $.5,100. Street. Jailer W. II Bailey of .JeHerson Active, Pushing able. and Reli- uiiiioiains, uorns, ana am SkinEruptions, ana positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by Joe LcCompte iumu-5, lieu m, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped ;J. M. Fii-sf-Clas- WAKEFIELD nOUMl Jo rtsccnuy hit I'luiifiifr ji iii, prepartd lofu'nifh nil kindml now The iron fence around the Government building has been completed and the contractors are at work on the interior of the building. A large number of wild ducks have been on the river and Benson durimr the last few days, and the boys have had lots of sport shooting them. Mr. James C. Bradley, formerly of thKs city, has placed us under obligations for recent Portland, Oregon, papers, lie is at present sojourning in that place. . As Ilev. George Darsie is absent in r Elkton, holding a meeting, there will be no services at the Christian Church except the usual communion services in the morning. m Owing to the increase of rent for telephones in this city from $31 to $00, several of the instruments have been taken' out and many others will refuse to keyp them as soon as their time expires. The social hop given by the Frankfort Miennerchor at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening was an exceedingly pleasant entertainment, though not largely attended, and was greatly I enjoyed by all present. Messrs. V. trotter, Penrose, by Onward,' dam Mist, by King Bene, to Messrs. "Wintrode & Cornell, of Winterset, !m(l ask m,l would be Michigan. Price private. Ho was gratified by, yoursupport at the polls. shipped on Thursday. Richard - II. Lewis, of Woodlake, have sold their fine young & J. V. Jos. Lecompte can always be relied ipon to carry in stock the purest and .jest goods, and sustain the reputation of being active, pushing and reliable, by reom mending articles with well established merit and such as are popular. Having the agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, colds and Chase & Sanborn's Standard Java coughs, will sell it on postive guarancoffee, roasted. The best in the tee. It will surely cure any and every affection of throat, lungs, or world, at Day & Haff's. chest, and in order to prove our claim, we ask you to call and get a Fon Svlk. I offer for sale two Trial Bottle Free. irood Knglis i setters that are not pedigreed, but good hunters Wanted. 3,000 bushels of Irish L. li. Marshall. potatoes, Mastin Bros. Gray & Church have the best FOR PITCHER'S Now is the time to nrennw for rlin Butcher Knives in the market. crisp and nipping weather. Go to Gray & Church and get a handsome Found. On the turnpike between Orient Heater this city and Lawrcnceburg, a large Farmers having real good butcher valise, which the owner can have by stull'on hand, which they wish to sell, paying for this notice and calling at will receive the highest market prices this office for information. by calling on .Mack Salyers, 2'2S .Main sireci Farmers and Mechanics. Centaur Liniment is the most Tf 'out ot ports' i i hiT.dnrhP, stnmnrl Save money and doctors' bills. Redisorder, tumid liver. l;:li!ii luck nrsldi-- run wonderful Paiu-Curthe lievo your mothers, wives and sisters situation, etc , nirii .t j.n .,, ij,t,,, one iIom world, has ever known. tron-j'bvatinielvinirehaspof Dr. BnsnnJ' ol f. Smatlvo Pills will plve Cough and Lung Syru . best known aitHiiUiuircMiuu l l.c. I.VUUII UllU Vigor. remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and Cure for Piles. Bronchial effect inns. RpUnvra niiii. dren of croup in one night, may save Piles are frequently preceded by a you mmureus ot dollars. I'nce DO sense of weight in the back, loins and cts. and SI. 00. Snniiilra fron. finUi lower part of the abdomen, causing by Hughes & Chiles '2 the patient to suppose has sone ejec, tion of the kidneys or neighboring Fresh Oysters, in bulk and cans, organs. At times, symptoms of invery large and fat, at Day & Haff's. digestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect A moisture, To tlie Voters of tJie First ing a verylike perspiration, producdisagreeable itching, after Ward, (Comprising South getting warm, is a common attendant. Frankfort.) Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application oi An election forCouncilmen is to bo held on the 4th day of December Dr. Bosanko's Pile .Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, next. The undersigned, your present rep- absorbing the Tumors, allaying the resentatives in the Council, have ren- intense itching, and effecting a perdered you faithful, and. as thev be- - manent cure. Price oO cents. Address, The Dr. Dosanko Medicine iiuvu. vniii aiiio servici Tliey are candidates before you for Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & Chiles. 1 -- lyibzM:hwMb ALSO Scroll Work. Stair Work Mdy & Turnirg Children NOTIGR! be$,t Mjle. 15-t- f, Gotten out In the e er HMIE PUBLIC' IS IIUREBY NOTIFIED THAT I J lime bouKht from .Mrs. Addle (liirrett. blUthU. hlientiw lnteresUtuho" lml. Furniture and Undertaking And have sold one-ha- lf Interest In my business to W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the firm will be fastoria STATEN of,y ht,e.M s"tf L. F. CoMi-ro.v. & DEHONEY JAS. T. sTATEN. AJ'Ji.w? old stand """ettlll oeconti'mud nt the street. Stdten, .No. 218 tt. Clair u-i-- KcTIiackun. C031PT0X & 3IACKLIK, . PROl'KIKTOIM a Elkhora Eoller Mills, HAVK THE FULL Roller System, AND MASUFACTUHE Six of the bast grades of the best Flour made in the world, qnice and w ireroom on Broadway, opposite Capitol Miuare Jan.2 lSai-lv. R. ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - FURNITURE, COFFINS, C. and Window Fintures - .- Little Florence Barrett, the bright - i and beautiful daughter of Mr. .las. N. Frankfort, Oct. 10, 1SS0. and Mrs. Katie Miles, died at the residence of her father Thursday To the Voters of tlie Second Ward afternoon, at three o'clock, after u The undowigiiod respectfully nnuounccn brief illness with diphtheria, aged himself an u enndidnto for as three years. To the heart broken Councilman in the Second Wnrd, nt tlio parents we tender our dee nest sym oloction December 4th, l&SG. It. C. CHURCH. pathy in their heavy affliction. The work on the South Frankfort sewer is progressing steadily. The work of excavating lias reached Si street and a week or two of good weather will complete that portion of the work. The brick work has been completed beyond Conway street, but on account of the scarcity of brick, has been at a stand still for a week or more, when completed it will be a great improvement to South Frankfort. iel-b- y Toiun, William J. IIijuiiks. Edmund II. Taylor, Jr. 'grrr o'ir".j ) .. When Bby was stoic, fro Ravo her Caitorla, When she nai a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When she hecamo Mian, sho clung to Caatoria, Whoa she had Children, sho gave them Caitorla, cviaii 7 sd A SPECIALTY. To the Voters of the Second Ward. iwiirl.ifttftil niilil nr rnnnr?i tuav I ... ...-.- . . ... . v ... in l'nfiiinoiil.i. onsuniiHlim or other f.ital Rftvinc'a T5,nnl Tl il. ''.Snllin.. rllm ni'diiH liy tiiimlu. itunurfor lyspi)4i:i.ii dsuebtum, sick licailucho ui UiousMius lustily. pail Sanger ..'.. Iii Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, ami nil Kinds of ffiHiB COMPLETE LINE OF 227 MAIN jlil) " f1'1",1111"' o-- l. STREET. FRANKFORT, KY stjlo furniture constantly In stock. TO WE PUBLIC. The undersigned respectfully announces himself as a candidate for as Councilman in the Second Ward, at the election December 4th, 188(5. LEWIS MANGAN. FOR COUNCILMAN. Fon hunt. The brick liouse opjio- site the depot, belonging to V. Ivnl- tf. tenbrun. DWKLLINC, TTAVINO PURCHASED THE STOCK OF ORO-- 1 1 cerles of Mr. .1. E. K'Kr. corner Second an slielby streets, bouth Frankfort, I nroiMise to keen a nice stock of Shirts Made to Order. JoW..St,l?A.8!S!.4B?.?M8W dtteiforthecbuneniuK FOR COUNCILMAN. '" Kmui and The house now occupied by Maj. J. A. Grant on Broadway. Apply to 11. M. ALDRIDOE. tf. HoiJSH KOK llKNT. the First Ward, at the el jctlim iiS?w"u,ll0rtal en li. ,t0 ttniioimce JOHN WILL .... f. n. iSSS If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go Salyer's store, No 22; Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fll-t- f. and In fact everything kept In a s Orocery store. I Invito the attention of the people of Frank fortaiiilrranklliicouiity.aiul more paitlcularly the people of South Frankfort, who will iltul my location MIK nRICK COTTAUK. NOC0SMAINSREKT. pulte a convenience, and I hope by close attention iiiiiiiiiK iuui luuuin, .iiiuiiii ri'Hsuuuuif rauvtfii' to business and fair deiillng to receive a portion of lences. Tills property Is now occupied by Mrs. Kuta the hublle patronuco. StiihniH'v. ami possession cannot be given until tlie (jihxU delivered promptly In any part of the city. lfitli riT iiivt knrll and tilu me a cullVery be convinced. For terms of sale apply to - Resi ectfullv .n.l&. . .T".. 1). or BEN. MAJtSIIALL. L. JUlin li. .MINKS. aus23-'JSouth Frankfort, Ky. llrst-clasui I :::;,:: :;:: GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE, I " "" T"" TlT-- j yffoV"! " ,",1 TJ'!?"' "W I" ' BMWWI.lf UllflJmjMU( 6 !' . ' ). v ' , FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Devil's Hollow in October. What royal train dost tliou expect tliy way That thou hast gayly decked thy steep inclines With all the colors of the wot Id's Making the year - decline an Thy verdnnt" wealth, tho gift ufsapful May, Now turned to gold, or steeped in ruddy s, R. K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his Main CAPITAL ART GALLERY ! EL Q. MA.TTERISr, Prop'r3 Sired, Over Crulcher & Slarks' White Hall Ckhing House, 'ifrr gloiilied by evening's slanting shine, The trees (lint; down as spendthrift-- , gay And oveife k thy mad urinating from And Like blustering Hoopers, winds go sweeping by And wildly sway thy lofty plumes, Signaling royalty adv.inccth nigh Indian Summer purple. veiled queen, To leign a d.iy and v.inish with thy wine FALL & WINTER STOCK - FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. oap - the gliiiims 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 hon.e. Oct. 25-- tf. BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, Manufacturer and Dealer in sheen. Frankfort, fill.IlY C'AMI'HKt.L Kki.ly. Ky. &C. Tlu supply of eon lias become e -cpedliitfly short in this city and the price lias one up to fifteen cents per bushel. 1 STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill The President lias issued his uunl proclamation fixing Thursday, tlte 25 the instant as the annual Thanksgiving day. Mr. Preston Armstrong, of (his county, and Miss Amelia Collins, of Luwrenccburg, were married on Wednesday at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. S. C. Collins. o SCHOOL BOOKS, DRAWINGS STATIONERY, STILL AHEAD WITH THE and Agricultural Machinery. Attended to. -- AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. &.G. Blackemithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly ARent for Jno. T. 33u.c3sle;y IHBsWij'JliSfsjBssk ATLAS BOILBE FOR PRICE LIST. ElTOKrTIE! S7"0:E3:EIS, ana AHSTID Frankfort, Ky. Columbus Steam Pumps. JSTJ3END 123 Lewis St., Near tho River, Proper Treatment for Coughs. That the reader may fully understand what constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup, we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the basis of the best remedies yet discovered. These ingredients with several others equal ly as emeacious, enter largely iniour. Hosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it one of the most reliable now on" the market. Price 5(1 '3nts and 1 00 Samples free. Sold 2 b; Hushes & Chiles. Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in KENTUCKY'S DR. EHHH1 I! . I. IELLEY, OHIO, EOUTE EAST NEW -- FOR- Qww&re, Glassware,!:: -- AND- Reliable Testimony. Parties who desire to know the virtues of Swift's Specific as a curative agent should send a postal cird to the Swift Specific Company, of Atlanta, Ga. One of its strongest testimonials is from Major Sidney Hern journalist, who bert the was permanently cured of a bad cae of rheumatism by taking it, and later was greatly benefitted by its use while recovering from an almost fatal attack of malarial fever. His testimony is voluntary and unquestioned. well-know- o-- Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. The Hill iasiasK'lmraKljss!iiliiyiiH Biiflii 'H OF CINCINNATI, WILL DE AT THE WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA THE ONLY LINE YORK. CAPITAL HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT. KY.. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the UrlnkerhotT system without using the kkife or liuatuhe and without any pa! ti. Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- FOR- SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. A. SATURDAY. DEO. 18. 1886. -- SOLID -- -- FROM- T X3, .A. I 3iT stock: STOVES, Loiiisville,Gincinnali & Lexington TO- FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. GRATES, FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting lu same depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Vases, And nt prices that cannot be duplicated, ever seen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't forget the place. ULCER MO RECTAL CHI. Southern Cultivator, Jfrc,188G. JNO. From Arkansas. I was terribly afflicted with rheumatism for about a year; was treated by several physicians and tried all popular rheumatic remedies; spent eitrht month at Hot Springs without obtaining relief. In October last I c mmenced the use of Swift's Specific, and have been almost entirely II M. ltBEViis. relieved. Conway, Ark., March 8, 18S0. T. BUCKLEY, St Clair Street IIHHil jflHKfiliBs3l Will I liP1 Diseased conditions that produce consumption und most ot the chronic diseases, LYNCHBUKtf, UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a dlseasi d bowel, ulso treated. -- DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL rOl.MB IN- - MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can ulso be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only u symptom of the disease thut exists In thn lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES, Frankfort. RICHARD FERGV80N Frankfort. J. M. WITUROW, Frankfort. P!imnliM.s describing thebe diseases sent free to any one by addressing your nearest For tickets and further Information upply to tlcket-oHlc- W. W. MONBOE, Div. Pass'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. W. C. VICKHAM, H. W. FULLER, 2d Vice President. Gen. Pass. Agt. Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, 4c., Ac., A Doctor's Opinion. I have used Swift's Specific (S. S. S ) in mv practice for some time, and find it to be all that tlte proprietors claim for it. D. M. McKxigiit, M. D. Magnolia, Ark., Feb. 2:2, 18(5 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free 3, Atlanta, Gn. 21d St. V f KO, S53S2 A1N1V STREET, . I. KELLEY, , M. D., 0, XBa 376 West Seventh St Cincinnati, Choice Coal Cheap. KINDS ALL family use. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt DeJiycry, Full Weight, Dottom Prices. Sy CONSULTATION FREE. Pec. 2My. Kentuoky and McSHERRY. Grain Drills, treating J- I. 17-t- f. 0. 0. F. NO. 6, MEETS EVERY TelrplioiM couiipction No. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 157 New York, W. LODGE. PI ws,0.d Hickory Wagons CAPITAL Visiting brotheisA.cordially invited. OWEN, N. G. LEE R. Williams, Sec. April GEO. B. Dec.8-f- , FRANKFORT, KY. MACZLIN, w 3. s... , Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers, Cider Mills. A general assortment of Hardware; full stock of Harness and Saddlery; seed Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, &o. C3TPRICES GUARANTEED LOW. F. T7. MAJOR, WM. CEOMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND From Pole to Pole Ayeh's SAnBAPAniLLA 1ms demonstrated power of euro for uU diseases of the blood. ATTORNEY AT LAW. PBANKPORT, KY., PRACTICE IN WILL Fidiiklln, Carrol),THE dallutlu, its fe Jtoto Bedford, June 1, 1883. & Co. Twenty years ago I wns u liarpooner In the Nortli Fuclik, when live laid atlicn of tlio crew and myself wt-r- gums up with swollen scurvy. Our bodies wero bloated, iblcedlin,', teeth loose, purple blotches all ,oud over uk, and our breath sci roed rotten. '1 nko It br,nnd largo we were pretty badly off. All our was accidentally destroyed, but tlio capulli had n couple dozen bottles of AVE It S Saiuuparilla and cave us that. We recov-erc- d cu it quicker than 1 have ever Been men urouKhtnbout by nny and l'vo seen n good deal of it. Seeing no men. itlonlnyourAhnnnaoof your Barsnparilm being good for scurvy, I thought you ought to know of ,thl, audo send you tho facts. Y. Winoate. Respectfully yours, Ralvh SDn. The Harpooner's Story. J. C. ATZR FARM FOR SALE CONTAIN IKO 152 ACBKS, Adjoining the Kentucky Military Institute, six miles south of Frankfort. FOR SALE OR RENT. SMALL FARM OF 70 ACHES, LYING ON THE Owenton pike, one tulle and u quarter from this city, suitable for a dairy funn. Apply to W. T. UAINES. Oct. CIRCUIT COURTS Uoone. Owen WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF '" and (iritnt counties, in thn Court of Appeals, und will also give special the adjoining counties, und uttentlon to the purchase In the Federal Court. und salo of real estate, collection of leuts, claims, 81Jy-t- f. Court-hous- e. Real Estate Agent, Ofllce 1 A JAS. A. VIOLETT. and the negotiation ot loans. June 25-- y. opposite 2-- tf llmu-Juk- o ZFOZES S-A-XjE3I Attorney at Zaw9 FRANKFORT, KY., 14-t- f. DR. J. S. COLLINS, Jfatttn,atutoland(S.Arlca,)March7,1883. Dn. J. C. Aran & Co. Gentlemen: Ihavo great value- 'The Trooper's Experience. of much pleasure .to testify to tho your Barsaparllla. Wo havo been stationed lieru for over two years, during which time ye had to live In tents. Being under canvas for such a tlmo brought on what is called in this country "veldtofes." I had thoso sores for somo time. I was advised to take your Barsa- .of which roado my sores Sarllla, two bottles rapidly, iinil I am now qutto well. hereby offer for sale my farm, 126 acres, situatOPP. OFFICE, MAIN STREET, withoutRODMAN & ed on the Louisville pike, in Franklin county, V Teeth extracted pain ILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN use of NItrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. by the on the place; well watered, mile from Uruefensburgund7te miles from FrankAnd good g Franklin and udiacent counties, ujtdiujs up eight mur.20-t- t and greater part In Brass:bearing acres In apple fort Excellent dwelling house, G rooms, well, splendid young orchard, together with stairs, over Judge P. U. Major's ofllce. condition. For orchard, trees In excellent Aug. For further Informafurther Injonnutloii. upply at Payne Ss Berry's dll necessary tion upply to the undersigned, Uraefensburg, tihel-b- y jnsumnce Office, or to county or on the premises. out-housnever-fullin- A Comfortablo Two-Sto- ry House OF CHANCING MY LOCATION I DE2STTIST, w Oct. ROBERT STORTS. m. THE MANAGE GUIDE Hit enriou., doulxful or in ?i","'Mj B""'PP".cnT,Jtr. Woaderf.1 . T.K.Boden, truly, Trooper, Cqpe Mounted llflemtn Blue Brass Nursorios. FOR FALL OF 1886. General Insurance Agent, OF FHUIT AND OllNAMENTAL Small FmltH, AsiHimgus usually found in such an establishment. Our prlceB are as low us we Bell All direct to the plunters, having no ugents. apclaiming to be such uro frauds. CaUilogues on H. F. IIILLENMEYEH, plication to Lexingtlon, Ky. Oct. F. C. HTTGHBS, APPOINTED HAVING the late fetrother Pierce, all persons knowing themselves Indebted to him will please come forward und settle ut once, und ull those having claims against the estate of said decedtnt are nOllUCU W prcncuv ma buiuc, ytuucn iiilmhi, jujui o imnvj-J- uu. for settlement. BEEN Itlnt 'Jhi Book con. wanlto riCTVRnC 'trua m. .T!h,il")n',0S!i' FTUIO ruk Aer's Sarsaparilla Is tho only thoroughly effective blood.purlner. tho only medicine that eradicates tho poisons of Scrofula, Mercury, and Contagious Disease from tho system. T TRErARKD Trees, Hrapevlnes, A FULL LINK l'luntH, and everjthlns Oflloe on Main St, Opposite Farmers' Bank. REPRESENTING AdmlnUtrator UUT AlfD 8ZNU WITH OUiuUi ;..t AnvriT'i . K 1 15 Leading American and Foreign Companies, -- WITH OVBR- -; WEAKUNDEVELOPED HtltKN'l MKNUl.Htn nun tntrnilnKX yMtim''nt lon( run in mir imnr, In thpIy loimi'ii. IIPKIi, . R.1 Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Iiowell, Mass. Sold by All Druggists: Price f 1 ; Six bottles for SO. Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. WRITTEN ON FARM TERM POLICIES rates. Agent Anchor Line of at lowest Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Apr.VMr. la Great Brlttahi or Ireland. fTiCTlTrvTrinnriirta toni thi I in thBronimry. Ih" . nr rwr; fitoimnn:1421 IWBllWJ ii'lrtlr ih or olltvrii. n nioner Unmril; nny ?,-- Uiea 7omm. io Arc ucrfrctlr Bnre anaalwara l.vi re. to-d- y mamamatss!JXLiS!SCSin&i&yv,t.; 'n-l- i 1 rKlrlv ly lo.Wo lniirint, nfiv,lr f r'Hfi4rr,. !" Ttl,--riiiriv So'.il tiv till lr tllr "'inHfiitilurt' 4 " j .' ". nf riii-.i.- , "S. VlHBiifitoya: krM&ti u tLifrt-''-"'--'' ' .iA-fc-- . .m- - J:JBBai2i jAJ&tLS -- : Hf&Tfe4:2ti rtwaaa--aala- : .- -. - ,.tiK.ir 4W Js--