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CONTINUES li UH ABATED YIM! m r (. FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR " enormous. We have it in all grades and colors. Prices amazingly low. rffctVp &., & '' 'I' fe1 3-- HATS, IP YOU WANT A HATS, HATS, HATS, Large stock of the leading styles. Call and see them; they cannot fail to please you. &TJIT OF CLOTHES MADE OF THE BEST MATERIAL, J" And in the latest style, come to us. k You know what you are, but do not know what you may be made by calling on HUDSON, HUMPHRIES k CASSELL. ii ffi a $ EVERVBOPY is entitled to A PRESENT! The greatest inducements ever known at SOL. HARRIS', who is determined to sell goods, will make the lions roar in their cages. I announce this day to the citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county and vicinity at large that I intend to sell my Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, A Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Rubber Goods &c, Lower than the Lowest. Knowing that the times are hard and money is scarce, I will offer such inducements never known before in shis State. i j& I H will give to each customer that purchases from One Dollar (SBl.OO) and upwaxds a present at the time of purchase to whatever the number they receive calls for. THERE ARE NO BLANKS. THE PRESENTS CONSIST OF ii V. One gold watch valued at $50; one silver watch valued at $25; one double-barre- l shot-gu- n valued at $20; five zinc and leather trunks valued at from $8 to $18; ten valises, ;alue from $1 to $10; two clocks worth from $8 to $12; one fine Brussels carpet worth $65; one Ingrain carpet worth $27; two cottage carpets worth $15; 1,000 articles worth from 10 cents to $1. 8-da- y - . o' Remember, this is no humbug. You have been convinced of my generosity before. The above gifts will only be given away until the loth day of I mean what I say. Now if you want to buy anything and everything for less than ever, come and try your luck. Call and see me and you January, to commence from November 15th, 1886. will never regret it. SOL. SIIEIERJIS., flfr Old Mansion House Block, Cor. Main and St. Clair Streets, and 2H St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. . lr...-- . Av i, Lm - ifc. , KRANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT. Kntcred nt the is second-claspost-offic- e s ut Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. The End of the Centennial Turning the Centennial Records Over to the City. Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 2., in the original plan of tho Centennial to turn over all of the records of the city of Frankfort pub licly on Centennial day, but this feature having been omitted on the printed programme for the Gth of October, these records still remain in the possession of Col. John L. Scott, who has selected 3 o'clock on Thanks- .W-- 7" GEORGE A. LEWIS, DRIVE THIS WEDGE HOME! ?I JH 4 ISclitoc azid. Fvutelislier. FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 18, 1880. It was at a o'clock. 1880, tjftv? EU r - w from Versailles The State Council of tho Catholic Knights of America held their annual session in this city on Tuesday, in the Opera House. At the opening of the morning session an address of welcome was delivered by Hon. E. H. Taylor, jr., Mayor, and re- giving day, Thursday, Nov. 2.', 188(5, sponded to by the President. The to discharge this trust, and turn all balance of the day was occupied with these valuable records over to the the business of the order and the elec- city at the Opera House. Thanks giving day has been selected because tion of officers for the next year. on this day our people will be free The following were selected: Rev. Father Young, Frankfort from all business cares and in a proper mood for just such exercises as Spiritual Director. Dr. Hugh Rodman, of New Haven, these. All are cordially invited to be at President. T. E. Widrlg, of Covington, Vice the Opera House precisely at 3 o'clock and enjoy the execution of the follow-- , President. J. G. McCourt, of Covington, ing: Programme. Secretary. 1. Col. John L. Scott's short adFrank Speckert, of Louisville, dress turning over the records. Treasurer. 2. A song, John Anderson By W. C. Smith and Dr. V. 13. Dougherty, of Louisville, Representatives Miss Nellie Orbison. 3. A response By Hon. E. H. to the Supreme Council, which meets May, and Dr. J. A. Taylor, jr., Mayor. in Chicago next 4. A song By Miss Belle Sanders, Averdick, of Covington, and Mr. o. Col. Ford's City of the Dead Herman, of Louisville, alternates. By Miss Nannie Browder At night an elegant banquet was G. A song By Miss Nellie Orbison. given to the delegates, at Buhr's Ho7. The Drift-pile- , a quaint produtel, by Frankfort Branch, No. 83, which was presided over by Dr. Rod- ctionBy the author. man, and toasts were responded to 8. A song By Miss Belle Sanders. 9. Impromptu short speeches by by Mr. Smith, of Louisville; Hon. E. II. Taylor, jr; Dr. Averdick, of Cov- Governor Knott, Judge Sneed, John 0., 3ST3T. iT ington; R. W. Slack, Esq., ofOwens-bor- C. Herndon and several others, In Dr. B. F. Duvall, Rev. Father which suggestions will be made as to L. Young, Hon. J. D. Kehoe, Pat the best way to preserve these records McDonald, Esq., and W. H. New-hal- l, and make them useful. Dr. Blackburn's residence, with large yard, garbtables, situated nt bouth-erThe exercises will close with a den, terminus horse and cow lots, fcoutli Frankfort. n Esq., of this city; and Mr. Frank of Logan btree , familiar chorus by Prof. Wayland Possession given December li ;. For terms, Speckert, of Louisville. Apply to The delegates returned to their Graham and all tho vocal musical FRANK CHINN. tf homes Wednesday, expressing them-selve- s talent of Frankfort, in which the Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 13, 1885. Why not call and Beo onr larpjo lino of- as being highly pleased with audience will join in old fashioned love-feastyle the handsome treatment they receivFranklin Circuit Court. ed while in this city. There will be a meeting of tho Su- Wesley A. Gaines' Administrator, Plaintiff. vs. Notice. Little Elizabeth Laughlin Chinn, pervisory Committee of the Cententhree year old daughter of Dr. Geo. nial Association, together with the Wesley A. Gaines' Hits, and Crs., Defendants. LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST W. Chinn, of Bridgeport, died Mon- Chairmen of the different Commit ritho estate of Wesley A. Gulnes, deceased, are ANDhereby notified that they must appear before the day night at the residence of her tees, held at 4 o'clock this afternoon undersigned commissioner and prove their debts grandmother, on Broadway, after an at Gen. D. V. Lmdsey's office. It is us required by luw, on or before the 1st day of W. H. POSLY, February, 1887. 1. illness of of about twelve hour with requested that all claims against the Nov. Master Commlssouer F. C. C. membranous croup Dr. Chinn and Association will be presented, properwife brought the little one into town ly approved, before that time, to Mr. J)eforo yon buy. We can show you some great bargains in Blankets, 'Woolen in the morning, apparently in good W. H. Posey. Hosiery, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. health, for the purpose of making a We regret that, through misinforRespectfully, visit to her grandmother, but she mation, we stated that Mr. James N. was taken violently ill in a short WEITZEL & 0D0NNEIX, Miles' little girl died of diphtheria. time after their arrival and grew NEW bTURK, 3MA.IN STRKKT was croup. We make this staterapidly wor&e until death relieved It ment that the friends of these sorely her of suffering. The heart broken alHicted ones may not be afraid to visparents, who are completed prostratit them owing to the contagious naA LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVKS ed under the sudden blow, have the K. MeClure & Bro. ture of the former disease. nrp. notified to Mime fomurd mid fctttle III) at once THE TERRY FARM! wannest sympathy of a host of or their accounts will be placed In the hands of air a. ii. iiatiiit. friends. omrtricrconecwn. The Woman's Exchange will be I will sell at public sale, on the premises, on . Nov. open y in the counting-rooof Mr. Dan. Driscoll, for a number of SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886, s-xb. years mailing clerk at the Yeoman tne Yeoman ouuuing, irom li a. m The Terry Farm, a well known and very flno farm-7t- e miles by turnpike from Frankfort or Law rtnee, CHANGE MY BUSINESS, I otllce, died Tuesday night at the resi- to 5 p. m , where will be found a supIESiniNO TO my burg, about 8 miles from either Bridgeport. Alton, brick ply of desirable bread, cake, pud-- . J J offer for sale dence of his mother, on north with cood cellar, together with miy stock oi uro- - or llanlliihvllle, the pike passing the trout gate cerles. dry (roods. &c . und my duelling house, all with a bridge over the creek, containing 217 aeres, street, after a painful illness. dings, jellies, etc. located In Belle Point. Will exchange for a nice all In grass or clover except about W) aeres, which is town in wheat and lje. Theiuiproement farm. For further information appiyto He was a remarkably bright young Attention is called to the advertiseV. P. LEWIS, consist of solidly built brick house of teven rooms, Oct.s-lpantry, and kltchwi, good double cabin for str man, a good writer, and for several ment of Dr. Blackburn's residence or at this offlco. vants, lurge btables, grunary, years was the correspondent of the for rent. It is one of tho most desira tine large orchard In full bearing, etc Fencing good Cincinnati Enquirer in this city. He able suburban residences to be had in and great deal of it new. Fine"wellund spring In the yard; a pool of spring water In stable lot was exceedingly popular with all who this city. NOTES OF DR. T. II. HUDSON HAVE water An Eminent Specialist in All Chronic THE placed In my hands for collection, by suit and abundance of stock cash; on the pluce. 1 been . TERMS knew him and a host of friends It necessary, and parties knowing themselves to two, und three years, bearing remainder In one, Diseases Peculiar to Both at Rev. Geo. O. Barnes began a series be Indebted to him will save costs by calling upon of bIx per cent per annum, Interest by the rate mourn his untimely death. Peace to secured lien and me and settling same at once. 8exes, Insurance on buildings. Possession cHen immehis ashes. His funeral took place of meetings at the Opera House MonNov. JAS. ANDREW SCOTT. diately. At the same time will be sold nomo horse stock. r from the Church of the Good SJiep-her- d day evening, and has been' preaching ""SUCCESSFULLY Including a line rockaway horse, smeral head of Horses Taken to cows, among which are three Mipcrb milkers; Borne on Thursday morning and was afternoon and evening ever since to cubes, yearlings, etc.; bunch of good ewes whh crowded houses. largely attended. TERMS Southdown buck. OOOD FEED, fJOOD SHELTER A months will be for vr reasouaoie. Orders left at Mungan & Dur-- with credit of six security, payable gbenbank notes, The many patients of Dr. W. I. approved nell'i in For Col J. P. Pryorof-thicounty, a Kelley, of Cincinnati, are reminded further Information uddress the undersigned at D..AVERILL. Bridgeport, Franklin county, or call on him on the Cnov-lNeuralgia. Asthma and former editor of the Yeoman, it; now that lie will be at the Capital Hotel premises. Sale to commence at 11 a. in Oct 10, R. S K1NKF.AD. one oi the editors and publishers of on Saturday next, the 20th Inst. DISEASES OF TIIE- To tlie Voters of the First the Texas Industrial Alliance, a live Ward, (Comprising South column eigiit page weekly, published It is rumored that a wedding will Housekeepers, Attention! Frankfort.) in Austin Texas, the two iirst num- take place in this city in a short time Eyes, Acuta and Chronic, Cataracts, An election for Council men is to bo bers of which have been kindly which will astonish the natives. held on the 4th day of December hauded us by Col. E. C. Went. We IF YOU WANT Sice light BREAD, U8E Superficial and Internal, removed without surgical next. operation. Vision restored or money refunded. wish the Colonel abundant success in MARRIBU. present repThe undersigned, your Consultation and trial treatment free. LeCOMPTE'S his new enterprise. In this city, on the llth Inst., at the residence of resentatives iii tho Council, have reni D. J. McCarty, by Father L. Young, Miss .losie dered you. faithful, und. iw they be-BUHR HOTEL, ROOM 17. uevu, vaiuanie service. Mr. Dan Ford, a well known young O'Uonnkll and Mr. i'muv Cauuwkll. . BAKING POWDER! At the Meriwether Hotel, In this They are candidates before you for of this city, died at the resi- o'clock Wednesday morning, Novembercity, at 3lfe 'Patienteiwljl "be promptly attendman loth, im, and ask, and would he dence of ids mother, on Wiikinson ui c. i. x. Dtmuj, air. j. a. .cwimu ana jtllss ed at theii homes, day or night. Prepared and FOR SALi ONLY, by JoLLiK Lucas. Leave orders at office of Buhr's gratified by, yoursunport at tho polls. street, on Thursday morning last, of At the same ttmo and place by same, Mr. lliciiAitn Tonm, J, B. Hotel. Anmk consumption and spinal trouble. He HtdK and Misscounty. Hanjcu. William J. II uuhks, All of Scott was in the :28th year of Ids age. His Edmund II. Taylou, Jr. To whom it may concern: Frankfort, Oct. 10, 1880. funeral took place from the Church For ten years my sight has been gradually falling DITCO. My left eyo has been blind for eight eurs from of the Good Shepherd, on Friday PROPRIETOR of THE- paralysis of optlo nerve. of To the Voters ofthe Second In this city on Wednesday, Non ember, 4th, 1886, Cincinnati, the Dr. (ioldsteln, Dr. Williams, promorning, at Si o'clock. and of Louisville, Ward ttn;yenr of his axe. . Daniku Fonn, In the nounced It Incurable, six weeks ago Dr. Smith Dan was an honest and ludustrlous youuz The undersigned respectfully nnnouncoH tAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE my A young lady resident of this city Ho was a good son and brother, and was kindman. commenced my treat ova case, ami at this date I cm himself as a candidate for and read with to left as without classes, and my polite to ever one. Ho was a member r.i.i restored. .i.A . ... Councilman iti the Second Ward, at the will shortly wed u youiitf gentleman Church of the (iood Shepherd and died In theof the sigui in almost compie ANDhope JNO. HODOERS. The biggest and best dollar's worth Clothing, Boots, 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 Ut CLOTH ING I flpt 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 mited. $50,000 STOCK TO SELECT FftOM! Crutcher & Starks. E-I- o; STZREEJT 3F,3E3-OlTIS:,OI2- ?w' J IFOK BENT, WHY NOT? -- N st NOTICE. Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, 13-- 4 Gents' Furnishing Goods, NOTICE. SALE! tf to-da- m o:E3 ft 4 two-stor- y store-roo- St.-CJair m v. DH. T.B. SMITH, NOTICE! buggy-hous- e, corn-cri- b, tmoUe-lious- o, lien-lious- e, -On- e-fourth. treats Catarrh, -- Deafness, Winter s m 18b6-t- . Joseph LeCobnpte -- of a beautiful Immortality. Peace to hlsubhesund may his soul rest In peace. O. Versailles. Kt , r A daughter of Mrs. Jackson Williams. ItS. election December 4th, 18HG. K. O. CHURCH. L'COMPTE'S HANDSM00THER. h 'i! skJL . aifr. '. ., HK kwri "V. JW" .: v:fv w. 'Sr &! n, t; meni SW VTVP r ?' ibhiiwiihi .' ol " Jfi mini iimmi iin 'in titiii! kukiimi xnTiHM JTi . V . BOUT-suDDie- Peak's Mill. Considerable snow on the 6th. B. T. Penn and lady visited Dr; Quurles one day last week. Henry Church and lady, accompanied by Mrs. Mag Graham, visited uroaen yuaries last Sunday. Mrs. Cal. Haydon and Mrs. Dave Church spent the day with Mrs. L. h. iianuon, of our burirh. not long since The cold weather has frozen the news streams so hard that one can hardly get a few, items even by hard MtTKY.fvNOVEMBKU 13, ISO. nty Council on Thursday warded the contract for build- Vvnll on each side of pitiir Street Bridge, from the ink up to the' level of the irti wall dividing St Clair street road, loading to the Custom .VVtiarf, to Mr. Ike Williams, 2 75 per perch. The stone is to laid jn mortar and pointed on the itslde with cement, and when com- ieted the space between the wall .sidewalk is to oe nneu 111 anu ;ed oVer. A first rate improve- - m . Jht. 'he.Clmutauqua'Circle of this city .Christian Church. When the sting adjourned it was agreed that circle would meet again next uday night at the same place at past.seven o'clock, andieguiariy iter: upon ihe course prescribed bj ie'fucultv. It is important that all 'iirriaairM membershiD this season tioulcK be present at the next meet Jast Monday night at the Chapel ii l;;Over:the (garden Wall Company atncejed their engagement nere last light and went on t6 Louisville. A Uateremumbi r of our people were dis appointed, as the ttoLpo would have u full house, t . of the Insu- Mr. Henry . Dun! city, has been Lrance bureau, in this Appointed clerk of the supreme court if J3ak6tjf to which office is attached Salary of $5,000 a year. :uir. l - The door being bolted he could not get in, his patriotism being aroused he tried to force the door with pistol in hand. He was met at the door by tho brave sheriff with a fence On Plensnnt Hill nn riutumn wind, rail. I expected to see blood-sheWhs softly, sndly sighing, such Leaves flutttorod on the breeza, nnd loaves butbeing, was not tho caise. The sheriff unwell could not stand, I Wore on tho hillside lying don't mean that lie ran, but, not The sky nbovo wiib cloudless blue; having had dinner, was weak. He The woodlands nil wero glowing, wascohipelled to recline on one of the And rippling ransie soft and sweet, school benches. Tho young man on Elkhorn is rapid flowing. the outside lost his pistol through It seemed a fitting time to us the hole in his pants, and thus ended To call our friends together, the trouble. And close our service of Sanday-echooThe judges wero in some difficulty cutting. Before cold winter wonthor. about some goose eggs. On tho road Sorghum boiling has been the chief In n retrospective view I sat, to tne election they found a goose The brioht hued trees bent o'er us. entertainment for the, past week. nest with one dozen eggs. They feW "And clothed in all their grandour stood out because they could not d'ivido Farmers are about done their fall The gray old hills beforo us. them, each one contending that six work, such as gathering corn putting As wo come, now bo long ago, was not his share. up apples, &c. Up the hillsides hoary, Peace being restored, voting comThe crack of the rifle, the bellow Tho children came to learn of Him, menced again. Tilden received four yell of the shotgun, and the hideous That lives in earth and glory, votes for President. Caruth of the hound and coon engaged in Whose fame is deathless while the chimo One hundred and sixty voted twenty. against field Of centuries is ringing, deadly combat may be heard in the Blair Bill, which did me a great and wood, reminding one that To overy heart that owns His sway, deal of good I'm opposed to the The sweetest incense bringing. though "the melancholy days have come""thoy are by no means "the Their best learned men wore employed to youth of Kentucky being educated by the Federal government, it would saddest of the year." teach make them all Yanks. I'm also opThb bright young lads and las3ie!, posed the cow bill and all sumpThos. Hunter, C. S. S., visited ago. Who sat in rows upon the pews, tuary laws in regard to whisky. Let Prof. Davis' hcIiooI a few days In mnlo nnd female classes. every man have what whisky he We learn that ho has visited several had no serial lesson leaves part of the county, TheyWith printed questions on it, bchoolsin this wants, and whip his wife and eh id re n with which he U so well pleased that No map to hung before them then if he wants to. Free trade and sailors rights. I'm in favor of the conhe intends visiting some of them With tho holy land upon it. victs working the coal mines, doing again. It Is believed that the people made a wise selection when they All turn to tho lesson they are to read, all public works, thereby starving all The head of the class now starting, poor trash. These are my sentichose Mr. Hunter for their SuperinThe Teaoher on the knotty points Success to you, Tom. ments. I'm in the hands of my tendent. His knowledge is imparting. friends. I'm willing to serve them Miss Mary Forsee returned home a One by onothe verses are read, ' in any capacity, from the office of few days ago from an extended visit The girl at the foot forgetting, Governor to U. S. Senator, provided to Eminence, Ky. She was accompa- Bofore her time has come to rend, it will not interfere with Milt. Dur- Ta with the boy across tho aisle co nied by Mias Lily Thornton, a most ham. But enough of this for the quetting. lovely young lady of rare accom present plishments. uiee.t again," and prayer by Esq. adjournSullivan, the Sunday-schoed to meet again on the flrst Sunduy in April 1887. d, the whole thing was a success. After wanted to go inside of the house nnd singing ''God bo with you till we see why it was he could not vote. l, is) wants to know if there is any way in The flrst snow of the season fell to salivate one besides est. the mouth? fiio temper cum an in is ittirday morning.. An entertainment was given at Pleasant Hill Church, a few evenJRorfes of Elkliom. ings ago, by the Sunday school of Oct. 81, of flux7 Mr. Joe that place. A reward tree was arDied, on ancoek, son 01 Mr. uaniei nancocit. ranged on which were found numer"presents for both teachers and JWnvin thp int. t the wife of Mr. ous scholars The most perfect order was ipvrauui Stone, a son, 12 pounds. maintained during the whole proceeding. Below we give a partial r. Mr, J.. P. Gaines, of Mt. Sterling, is programme of the exercises. Islting relatives in nis section. At seven o'clock the house was it xrM i,o Tunia onrl flnntrhtfir. Mrs. called to order, and after singing Iiie Graves, spent last Tuesday with "Where He leads I will follow," T. iS N. Sullivan read the 100th Psalm, Mrs. Ned Martin, of Stedmanville, being follow with prayer by J C. Jackson. fegpltasick with lever Address of welcome by Esq. Sulli we i We understand thatyourare wan tea van. streets tor Song of welcome by school. t Woodlake. Clean w 'we'are canting. Address by C. M. Jackson, Sup't, V!: Qmrm nf mip vniinn min nro think- - subject "Sunday school." i!$W inm uorlumlv nf visltinur Fleminirs- Song by school "To the work." in'!" 1. .'.,. tt . 1 ornnilpr wltAt'rt nrt- now? Heading by Miss Jennie Sullivan. .,.... . jO UUIg) Song "We take up bur stand." V.'.M' XJ lj. VuuLranrlnM i...v uWoiv, nil it.. n T. j.vu v n....n. mid u.u. At this point more presents were &Mifis Lyda Stedinan, arrived here brought in to be put on the tree, alter 4ast Tuesuay nigm mini uuiou which the song "Beyond this land of I county. parting," was sung. Reading by Harry H. Sullivan. Belle and Pirtle JMlssea Lulle.-AnnLColeman, of Woodlake, spent last Song "Precious forever." Address by C. . l Unnrlmt ttf.t-1?" ftllllll I JUII1 wim VI 1CU ......... III 1JII11NIIII ject "Influence." Gran. Graham, sub iuuce jjuuus . rat song "I've reaeneu iuo lanu oi h Mrs. 0. M. Mason and son, who corn and wine." , ill tllirt iktii'liii irlattinir home in Ualve- - Reading by Miss Mnttie" Hocker-smitfeeptlon,le(lYor their little hands." I. ; ton, Texas, lasr ruesuay.lu nlttrtkwct In in Song "Twoby .Masters Chas. Dialogue "Krn1.v Twhi tirlt jh iiimi.iu a.vr. and '. iviHiinni iliiiiiiiii iriiu I 'very body's affairs, whispers softly Lewis Sullivan, subject "Sunday- iftDOUt a weutling in una cumuiuuuy sciioois versus 1'onucs." Thus far this was the ''n the 10th of next month. Guess. thing that was rendered, itbest thing was Thompson fully applauded than anything more 4 Misses Cliffle and Annie that improving Miss Annie is able preceded It. mm iinu ,. iss (iiinniH Following this was sung the very ' Ah&o miit - irlnhiir utrencth ranidlv. and ii it is appropriate and beautiful ,....-.r,- i ",-"..... song i uu I, ' Jioueu tnaisue win suuu n' wu, ".where Is my wandering boy?" by hj- i Died, on the 5th inst., of consump-- Misses Katie Church and Emma McManus, Haydon, Messrs. James Winters anil Mrs. Sandusky tiOM, wife of Mr. L. A. Young, at her home Geo. Sullivan. L.fnrWnnrlfnnl countv. She leaves a &.) Address by Geo. Sullivan subject fivilttle son, three yearaold, and a host "Wandering boy." 86ng, by school, "The prize is sot oi reiauvva mm incuun iu muuiu loss; She was a pious lauy, a true before us." ot Heading a poem by Miss Maggie and deVotetl Christian, a meniuer re-Presbyterian Ohunth. The h Inn's, of which she is the authoress. ' 'mains were iuterred in tha f.ra'ly This was by far the best thing that rvrry, was presented to i 'puryingit grounu near anuiiui-- redirec the evening. Wethe audience during will rest uniil the : "5fi tr 'fM lj'. .where subjoin the poem forth by tio tion morn, to be called llCCllimatiot). for, the benefit of Miss Maggie's 'im.Kma nviuxi liwlfr.i. with tllU nmiKH. friends who did not hear her read it.. uy"4Eriter thou into the rest prepared Space will not permit us to give further details, but suillce It to say that 'j t C" ? ! Madam Kumor has it that a wedding is to occur in our burg the 23d Let every body have their Sunday shoes shined as you will be sure to ba called on to help to devour that cake which only Peak's Mill people know how to prepare. boys f the Bounjaiiout A certain young man in this comice return thanks to Mr. W.. M. munity who contemplates attending Jriatbw for some delicious crab cider. the "School of Arts" (wherever that a I -- -- Near by is one ao full of fun The soul of mischief in her, The preacher had mmsti preaching to do To catch tho little chincr She is very much in earnest now, aho' takiug, A part in Sunday-schoo- l And to many a new and lovely work Her mischievous mind is waking. With loviug words, in autumn days, dismissing, Their tiunday-sqhoThey mot again ui springtime gay, A ..With some loved one missing. Other lands have reaped the yield Thut Pleasant Hill was sowing, . Death reaped many from the ne' With sickles bright and glowi..g. Death found many away from home, In the morn o youthful beauty, Doing all they found to do in the loyal puth of duty; And sumo who wero in tho prime of life, The home love ne'er forgetting, Or childhood's days at Pleasant Hill As life's early sun wus setting. At home there are many who've passed away, Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Flowers they loved' we brought in heaps Their bilent tombs to cover. Left of all, this past Sunday-schooOnly a very lew are there, and t!io rtiiowt of many winters Have silvered o'er their hair. They meet with us, this aged few, Many christian precepts giving, And teaching us that love ot God Is what makes our lives worm living. With all tho improvements of the age, They teach the lads and lassies, Who sit in rows upon the pews, iu male and lemule Uiusses. Tiiis session tho boys in Luke began To read from tao boo uieir oaosiug, No point within tuat book ot books Of Christ or his disciples losing; The girls chose, tiio seriui lesuu leaves, Which is Christ s peoplo linking And with us all mound tne woml Millions of people were timming. ol I arrived here November 2d, and found everything quiet and everybody happy and well, except those who had the Carutn gripes. No deaths reported yet. The agent of the L. & N. R. R. Company went to Louisville for the purpose of getting to illumiPain witli his nate Hatton- in lienor of Wilson's election which did not take place. He returned on a freight train after tire-works - Hattox news in oknekal. nigiit. Society News. Miss Mamie Saphead, entertained a few select friends at progressive euchre. All wero highly entertaiued on the snmo evening by Mr. James Shallowpate who gave a few lessons of progressive poker. It would be impossible to give a description of dresnes and bonnets worn. . l, h. t Zeke Yocuim's impressions of Jackson viike precinct's Jtiltctiou fre - 11 1 -- W Wm ithe H fr &$, IlAUPKU's FlOKKY, Nov., 188U. Being unusually interested in Gov. McUenry's weliare, 1 visited tne above precinct. When 1 arrived i found uood Democrats at tne uoits, but no voting g on. Tnere vascon-- t smcTtiuie contusion uuoui uiu lentpie, there being no designs on tne treasie board, noticed one of tne uti.om-lie- d Democracy awaiting, to cast his vote, lie haul his head in the win dow in a stooping position, I discovered two large1 holes in the seat of ms trousers, about the size of a soup plate, out of which protruded a navy pistol about lifteen inches long in each pocket a bottle of "MeL'rour.v's Pain lCilier." lie wais very pa riot c Zeke Yooum. . but could 'not cust his ballot X suu discovered the cause, two of the oth-ceThe case of the Commonwealth vs. being unwell had taken too Thomas Crittenden was again postmuch "l'aln Killer," which made them very sick. It was not long un- poned in the Spencer Circuit Court, til tho man with holes in his pnms on Monday. 'l Health good. Very dry. A- great many .deaths of Willis men. Poor old Grover, James B. Beck and Co., betrayed anil slaughtered by their friends. Civil Service all gone up. Stand back poor children you cant' get one dollur out of tho Federal treasury since the champion Mr. Willis wus defeated. I'm getting Will stop lor the present. Dear George, will you please send me one dozen bottles of Mother Wins-low'- s syrup for the baby, also one dozen bottles of wormyiuge. Nancv says the babv needs medicine. Mrs. Jessie Tirney is visiting her patents Mr. J. A. arid Mrs. Mollie lien, cine is some iietter. lioberis & Wright are doing a good business; also iur. L.eo uii Waiter street. We are having new pikes iu all directions aiuunu iiaiioti. fcaul pikes aieuc least seven leet ido with metal z to ti luetics deep Two can tun u nia vase, provided tliey don't mite. Capt. Aiuith Cool; is at home visiting uaa ni.uiy irieuds. He is Known Curoiiguout ilie Gmtcd States as tho i.eutuci.y giant. Ho wid be soon united In iiuiiriitgo to Airs. Beekie oieeres, the smallest woman In America, and retire to private life on an ample lortuue. Any one wanting a cock uad better speau in time. I'm sliu opposed lo the vow bill, present my mildest regards to Cov. .iviiotl, and ten mm your uncie Zeke syuipatmses witu turn iu our down-ta- li m Kentucky and other Slates. Ibur loving uncle, - News about Hatton. wool-gathere- d. wheel-bar-iov- vs rs &, mgKHfl yyj.iPflj(SjgjEjBBBBBMBBBIBWM . W' " . r - pjci&tv: '' tne cats. ffi?ySK5fVix ' TJio Lexington Chamber of Com- ' merce have appointed a committee to wait upon the L. & N. Railroad and request them to put on a morning accommodation train between this city and Lexington. As tliis would be a great convenience to our citizens, would it not be a good idea for our City Council to also appoint a committee for the same purpose. m Messrs. G. T. and I. M. Church and Capt. J. ,N.r , A brums returned Thursday from a hunting trip to Florida. Judge F. R. Poland and Prof J. T. Boswell, of Lawrwieeburg, were in tlie city Thursday. Miss Addie Lawler, of Chicago, formerly of this city, is visiting friends in iexington. Harper's Ferry. Dear Uncle Zekc. Your nephew is d in torment among these Yankees at the Ferry. I yelled for Jeff. Davis last night to give vent to iny feelings when a lot of Yankee spalpeens stoned me and told me to hell-fire- Bloomington. h. Mr. Dennis Driscoll, for many Mrs Katie Luckett left Sunday for years an attache of the Feeble Minded a visit to her son Mr. "Jessie Hocker-smitInstitute, will resign his position Mr. Pat Wallace had the misfor about December, to engage in business wifh his brotherJohn Driscoll, tune to get his foot very badly hurt by a horse stepping upon it. 237 St. Clair street, where he will be Died, Sunday, Oct. 31st, Mrs. glad to.see his many friends of this Elizabeth Calvert aged eighty-sevecity and county. Mr. Sam Redding has jut finished The Court of Claims met on Mon covering his house. day and has been busy every day since Miss Mary Wallace had an old fashion quilting Monday. Those presallowing claims. ent were, Mrs. Webster, Mrs Bird i Frankfort and the Forks. and others. Ernest Redding, little son of Mr. Tho Forks of Elkhorn nro only about Sam Redding, is quite sick this week. four miles and a hnlf from Frankfort, and Mr. and Mrs. George Wiley and already there is quite a village there, with spent little daughter, Miss stores and a first class school house and Sunday with .Mrs. Sam Mamie, Onan. a post office. This village is called tho Misses Annie Forks, and is surrounded by a rich coun- spent Sunday and Aggie Breeden with the family of Air.. try and an intelligent population. Just Sam Redding. n. I wish to tell you, privately, that our party at the Ferry is losing its on souinern pontics, w ny i am lamed if they are not dropping off one by one into downright Yankee Republicanism. The Yankee farmers around here art kicking because they are taxed to support so many "sinecures" as they call our loyal officers of leisure Well let 'em kick. We've seen teething babies kick nnd a smart spanking put 'em to sleep. Yqu see it takes armies of English sinecures to oppress the farmers in Ireland, nnd why not we support a small handfull of gentlemen who will crush by taxation these Yankee farmers at the Ferry. It's got to be done or,our party will lose its grip. The last legislature did a wise thing to fib tho teachers on their monthly wages. git bis ribs and thinks he will defer tti( mirohnaa until Vm irrtta uhlei ii tihrmr 1 ? il Our bad boy contrived to capt two vicious torn eats whose ,wav tails he spliced together. All "eg' from the the hut being impossible a secured exterior, except the eh ney and down through this he popij Nero may have enjoyed pleasure in his ampitheater at Rome, but th boy took extatic delight in. hearing the feline yells ot tils motner in in-- ' nocturnal gloom beneath. The oU lady seems to think, as the laceration are only of a surface nature, they may soon heal, but she is proud to boast that her only boy had the good sense to sit on the iiouse top out of the-reah c of danger. AMUSEMENTS. From the Baltimore Herald. "A Ring of Iron,' Ada Gray Ada Gray's new play, "A Ring of Iron,"" is the latest of a series of' melodramatic comedies by Frank Harvey, Esq.,, of Lon don, Entr., all of which have met with pop- -, ular fuvor and achieved instantaneous, success. His '' Wages of Sin" and " Woman. Against Woman" each enjoyed long runs. both in England and the United States, and "A Ring of Iron" haB already turned, its six. hundredth performance in London and the provinces. The play treats. of life at tho gold fields of Australia, and. London society; ana mucti or tne effect take place in one of thosfe'. terrible places known as an English priwhere many a sane per- vate son has been incarcerated and not robbed of liberty but reason has illustrated this by the introduction of n character, Nurse Bland, who-is a veritable La Frochardx and one scene depicts tho custom of lashing the wretched, ' victims into insanity, though in this case A'tiist Bland catches a tartar and. the whip is quickly turned on the back of the would-b- e ussuilant Harvoy, though given to realism, has a happy faculty of introducing plenty of comedy to soften his melodrama, and in Miss Gray's play hass squeezed in four of tlie funniest charao-o- " ters that can be desired, their humor-- ) through plot like a. the rinnles stream through a dark wood thereby relieving the sadness und finally sending; tho audience home cheerful. This is a.. good idea, for too much of the dark side of life is not desirable or healthful. The )1 company engaged to interpret "A Ring of Iron" is a fine one, and ranges from' some; of the oldest stage favorites down to 8; baby of four months. Misa Gray, Miss? Jennie Satterlee, Mr. George Learock Mr. W. C. Crosbie, Mr. A. Z. Chipinatf,. Miss Blanch "Mouiton, tMiss Nellie Irving,. Mr. John Watson, Mr.' Louis Barrett ancL Miss Anne Douglass with about ten others! Cdrtninly should give a grand perform ' (! ance. ii.i,.,,,,, Opera House .Thursday, Nov. 18. at Fords. this sido of the Forks is Ste'dmantown, and beyond it lios Stamping Ground, Vo6dlrfke and Whito Sulphur. i ' , ' Between Frankfort and the Forks may be found half a dozen or more groceries and small stores, and tho road for the cntiro four jujles is lined with comfortable, residences. plain that in a few years there raustbe'a continuous town from Frankfort to the Forks. The pike to Lexing- ton, Versailles, and Georgetown, connects the two places, and no finer road can bo t .Nearly every lot in found anywnere. Frankfort is covered with a house, and it is clear that futuro residences for those who come to Frankfort to reside and carry on business must be built along the pikes that lead out from, Frankfort, and it is equally plain that this pike toward tho s region will soon be dotted rich with haudsomo residences as far as the Forks on the Georgetown pike, and to Jetf s Station on the Versailles pike. This being the case we aslr why does not some enterprising citizen, who has the industry and the means, start and maintain a regular line of omnibui'scs from Frankfort to the Forks, or even to Woodlako or White Sulphur)? With an omnibus making two each day each way, the people would trips soon learn to rely upon it, and use it instead of using or relying on their own FliOH ANOTnKU COBUEHPONDENT. buggies and carriages and the lino soon Mrs. Sarah Jones, of Frankfort, is visbecome piofitublc, besides facilitating the iting her daughter, Mrs. B. S. Scantland, erection of residences and business this week. houses all along the road t Miss Lizzie Flynn spent Sunday visiting m Miss Lulie Yount. f Our sick list this week is composed of Mrs.' Anna Harp, Miss Ettie Black and Mr. Ed. Stone and wife, of Louis- Miss Birdie Webster. ville, who have been visiting Mr. Messrs. Sherman Jones and Sam. Har-roand Mrs. W. M. Saffell, have returnof Duckor, spent Saturday nnd Suned home. day visiting friends in this neighborhood. Mr. John E. Kane. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Messrs. E. Wiloy and of the Superior Court, who was tended theG.Shelby County W. B. O'Nan atCourt Moudav. called to his home in Ballard county, at Shelby villo. by the illness and death of his brothMrs. Caroline Lutkeraeir and" daughter, er, returned on Sunday morning. Miss Mamie, of Frankfort, spent Thursday Miss Sue Q. Bush, who has been with the Misses Wallace. visiting friends in Woodford county tot two weeks, returned home on Mr. Thos. Hunter, County School Commissioner, visited our school last ThursTuesday. day. Miss Susie Mayhall returned MonProtracted meeting day afternoon from a month's visit Thorne Grove. Rov. still in progress at James Fall preaches to relatives in Louisville and every night to large and nttontivo audiences. Two have boen addod to the Misses Selina and Lucy Barrett, of Church. Rov. Rodger Louisville, are tho guests of M iss Todd Scott, of Toxurkana, , Saifell. Texas, oud Mr. Doc. Scott, of are visiting their sister, Mrs. Kate Rodg-er- s Dr. John Woods and wife left' this week. Monday morning for a visit to The many friends of Miss Kato Glan-tofriends in Mississippi. will regret to learn that she is quite Mrs. Julia Merchant, of Louisville, sick at her homo .in South Frankfort. is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. J. Misses Lizzie and Katio Church, and Smith, in Bvllepoiut. Miss Claudie Sullivan, of Peak's Mill, are Mr. James Corbett, of Memphis, is visiting Misa Ida Stella this week. visiting his parents in this city. Mr. Duok Triplett had the misfortune Prof. J. D. Pickett was summoned to have his fine torse, Dusty, last week. to Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon by a teleerratn announcing the Little Miss Ruth Flynn spent Sun- W Pickett d!l' vlBltl Miss Mamie Arnold. fhhM r0"' Mr' ' Mr. Ollio Scantland, of Bridgeport, and vt i.. i Mm i Mr Wi,Ii" Hampton spent Sunnay wi h rt,w morning for a visit to relatives the family of Mr. B. B. Scantland. in Louisville. . L x Blue-Gras- The members and their constituents were of our party and they knew it looked Southern to deceive the teachers that they might deceive the children by promising one thing and doing the other.I'm in favor of arming the convicts Mkses Bid Wallace. Minnie Hut-to- n to defend themselves. Why I heard and tittle Miss Sallie Wiley spent a Ferry Yankee say that he felt like Sunday with Mrs. Sallie Kring. insulting,!! convict on the sidewalk Mr. Gill Satterwhite, wife and because, he saw the poor devil talking mother, spent Sunday with the fam to a pretty girl. Your affectionate nephew, ily ot .Mr. u. l.. scnntliuui. Lucikeb Yocum. Mr. Noy Johnson has a bone-felo- n on his right hand from which he is Bridgeport. quite sick this week. Rev. James Fall began a protractQuito cold. t ed meeting at Thorne Grove Wed Quito a heavy snow fell in this section nesday night. last Saturday. Born, Oct. 24, to Mr. Frank Regular services at Bridgeport Chris, and wife a daughter. at 11 o'clock a. in, tian Church A party headed by Messrs. II. H. that, in n short Tho indications now Sullivan and W. B. vGIanton came time, if the fever lasts,ore. town will be our over in this neighborhood last week olmosf' depopulated. Cause emigraopossum hunting. They succeeded tion. in finding one possum" and as many Messrs. Fil. and Walton Parrent made nice apples as they could eat. The tail of the opossum was put on the a trip to Lexington the first of the week Reward tree at Pleasant Hill for one Mr. J. H. Jenkins and wife went" to of Frankfort's young ladies, much to Louisville last Saturday with a view of locating in that city. the merriment of the young gents. Mr. Samuel Read has gone to Missouri, The closing exercises of the Pleasant Hill Sunday-schoo- l, Saturday where ho will reside. night, were well conducted The parMr. J. 8. Roberts and wife nnd Mr. ticipants did themselves credit, their Cash Wilson, of CJay.viliago, Shelby uguuty, pieces were well gotten up and well worn in the neighborhood ,tl)o first of fho delivered. We have not the room week. i for personal mention but will siy that Little Lena, daughter of Mr. Thomas they came up to the expectations of and Mr. Ella Bailey, died of croup in thib the most fastidious. - ' meio-drain- io mnd-hou- e, only-foreve- r also-Harv- ey 1 v Personal. d, county, Nov. 11 1880. Mrs. Dr. Win. Bailoy and' son, Hewitt, of Louisville, have returned home from a visit to friends and relatives in this town. A few hogs killed during the recent cold i(' . spell. Another wedding ripe, but when it will be gathered is the question. Tho whooping , cough seems to have about run its courao in this section. Mr. F. M. Scofield and wife made a visit . to Louisville this week , If we aro to judgo J3y the frequent visits a certain young gent of this own makes to the Evergreen neighborhood, business of importance is on hand. Eliza-bethtow- n. Vers-iilles- Ji five acts, entitled "Woman Against Woman," is a rolo in which she lirm wnn vmuHnffltl nrfURe from the most intelligent and exacting critics. 4Womanv Against Woinan" iB a cleverly constructed drama, showing light and shade, 'and a& ueuutliui uionuiug ui vuuwuy uuu paniuu- -. t There is probably no play that appeals so Jy'M-strou'tlto women as does this one. The si A'd Now York Dramatic tows says of fomininei7, ' !., :.. n l.'I!.,. ln,. nnnA.lo v lllUUeilUUi iltu f"J tl.nt iijiirauo tnl " women and that beoomea popular witn-- Jiliam fa anrn in vain, nnil vice versa. Rr tnrv with actors and actresses. Maggie Mitoh-ell's fame is due to tho fact that women1 love her, and Edwin Booth, is littleness? with tho gentler sex." than a demi-goCamillo would have been forgotten lorig ' been wholly mason- ago had theatre-goer- s Eflle Ellslor, and her play, "Woman.. Against Woman," furnish another ,evii star and drama' Mr. Crutcher, of the famous house dence of this fact. Bothwomen, and on' & Storks, eyed a vener- nnnenl nowerfullv to of Crutcher does not questiun that dramatic successes able Tiogan on the sidewalk yester- aro largely due' to this fact. Women care s, day, whose knees were peeping nothing for logic, but everything rocj? through his nethers. He grabbed tha emotion. They delight in tha portrayal old gent by the neck, rushed him in- of love, joy, grief or sorrow, without conto his store and presented him with sidering whether they have a right to t. a bran new pait of all wool pants. And where these preferences ana they will go, and where the women go th& Franklin and adjacent counties men will follow. have at length decided to nominate Opera House Wednosday, Nov. 17- Col. Thos. B. Ford for State Super-in., d .v. t..uie busier , a luiuurBuuutiuu ui Tk i.l.. dvobioc Barton in Frank Harvoy's strong play-i- n 1 New York Dramatic News. 1 Tioga. . M : ei-is- - n water-foundere- d "Sr? -- !, J' .t,i. tendent of Public Instruction. It is Died. safe to conjecture that about fifteen in mis C117, son, of Henry and nm. nm, xooot sister counties will concur with the Johnnie, Infant auiubuujt uigm, Mary EUwawcerji .1 sentiments of these, not only to obi aged about three years. f' iiuuijr viuicb ki 11 a sua mi ouiir-- , tain his nomination, but to secure to innisnnMrai iiiiiiK in on . but when write nnmetr tnl It nf nnv him the important position he is so writing one of a little friend, tuetisk becomes J 1 doublv sod. ' In wrltlnarthls of little Johnnie eminently qualified to All. nrnnM. iia rnwiw hair, knnurn tin fnvml nuwjnauftgi.viiv mluim wuip(u.vnu uwa tuiui. urHAn t- ne was oui a praiwug uaue, iiu ueurt airings arev i Mr. J. P. Moore, tho jovial prince stretched to their utmost tension Nothlnctliattha' '? of Moreland, thought his park in- writer could say can comfort the grief stricken. ;i'fci ft parents; complete without the presence of a iue nas dui inoy nave me assurance inai .jon-nmm wno dui gone billy-goa- t, so he went down to pur- lambs, and has said oeiore la childreniovea ma to come, "Suffer little to me chase Mr. Pulllam's, which Is a terror untoKingdom und forbid them not, for of such Ifct ol iieuven." in tho neighborhood. Ho ventured tne tfiut beautiful uluce He has gonoto pretaro,. 7t.l n "To 'Cf into the enclosure to inspect tho aniAnd iiiuuy dear children are g Un;rius there, u ?. , mal in the absence of the ovnor. and For of ruo'i lu tho King' om of Keuvun." J now lie complains of a soreness .b.j..t i rr.ifc. y t f KU-,Y 1 t3prv7BfjNKpjfflV 6 Jts.jtdA 1 i'i ii ii Ik aiikaJm ifcf fa ftlrttftrftt iliftliyittlrftffinfcWJVmiiAut '? ,vy H .in- nun ailiht ifrarfattiflirVaUJih.. jhftaffcM&tlAJtoAifiilfafilftitftiJl frfuM1 nhiiiA tHto1la''ifiifrJ(Wttiikfttfinit'f afcfatotttiinliifciiaiii tf uj. Ji? A'j.trfjf-r- w ' ?Wyrfi, Jj wr, WW yDTY'fr u3fF," y , .pujviV1' ""wfwwT?' 'Tf t ff iTifr aiWfr lift 9 i iMlflmlaWBlMwra8a3MBMHfflBHiMBWMiB IHn teHHHiHyMlMHIMiliMMlMl alMgKieiMHgagMtaMIMalaMtBfalaggaMlMj, VJ ft 3W ft WILL BUY AT MEAGHER BROTHERS', MAIN ST REET, A WINTER BOOT OR SHOE m m WW M tfi will That will astonish you, either for ladies or gentlemen. It Of save you time and money by calling Upon them and Hats and Caps, School Books, Stationery, &c, is as Balaino- your supplies for the coming winter Their stock wuiyivw a tut? luar&ct wax ouuiu - 4dffn g$ FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER 18, 1886. Questionings??? Br Nellie Stkdman Cox. For the Hound ibout. Telephone. We have added to our grocery store a telephone, all orders by same promptly attended to. Call No. 20. A. II. Wagoonek, Market street grocer. have just received a full line of the latest novelties In bull programme and invitation cards, which we are prepared to print in the neatest style. Call and examine our stock when you are in need of anything of the kind. VVc I wonder dully wliy &he sent tlie present? (Lady Leonora ironi the "Hull.") Because she thought yoa but u silly peasant, Rev. Z. T. Cody, of Georgia, has accepted a call to preach at Buck Run Buntist Church, this county. He will fill the pulpit of that church oru the 2d and 4th Sundays in each month. He has recently had a spell of typhoid fever and will bo unable to preach His place will be supplied on that day by Rev. H. A Rugby, of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. Thos C( . ffit fig S- - s ' f interesting programme, consisting of Rodman, jr., and Miss nddres-e- s, songs, etc. Cols. T. W. Sue R. Barbour were married Thurs Scott, T. B. Ford and others will be day afternoon, at 4 o'clock,1 at the present and address the meeting. residence of Mr. Henry Duvall, Rev, Come one come all. Programme J. McClusky Blaney officiating. The next issue. T. Huntku, newly wedded pair left on the C. & O. President qf F. C. T.A, train for Louisville and returned to Rev. George Darsio will return the city last night. home on the G p. in. train of WednesA prominent Main street clothing day next, in time to bo present at merchant and a gentleman from the his regular prayer meeting at the country had a "misunderstanding" a Christian Church. The meeting he la Tommy Warren style, on Monday is conducting at Elk ton is doing well, evening, in which the rural gentle- a number of additions having been man came out second best. "Boys, made to the Church. you ort not to have did it." The Court of Common Pleas meets Col. John F. Davis and wife, of this on Monday, when Judge H Marcity, have sold the handsome suburb-u- shall Buford will make his initial ap residence in Shelbyville, pur- pearance upon the bench. chased by them two weeks since, clearing $000 by the transaction withTlie Verdict Unanimous ?. out having paid a cent on the propW. D.Sult, Druggist, Bipptm. Ind., erty testifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best Mcasi-s-. Jas W and R. 0. Nieol Every bottle sold has given remedy. relief in have purchased from Mrs. S. J. every ease. One man took six bottles on St. and was relieved of rheumatism of 10 the two store-room-s Abraham Hare, Clair street at present occupied by years' standing." Drugglht, Belleville, Ohio, affirms: Mr. G. W. Miller and Messrs. How- "Thebestselling.medicine I nave ever ard Bros., for $2,(J(M). handled in my 20 years' experience is Electric Bitters." Thousands ofothers The City Council, at its meeting on have added their testimony, so that Tuesday night, granted our efficient the verdict is unanimous that Electric City Clerk, Mr. F. V. Gray, u week's Bitters do cure all diseases of the liver, kidneys or Blood. Only a half-dollleave of absence, and ho will leave a bottlont Jos. Leeompte's drug store. Monday on a hunting excursion. n Bo-batmar Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex , by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E; Cor-lewho was so helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Disco very Was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and box of Dr.King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills.nnd two bottles of the Discovery, he was well nnd had gained Educational. in flesh thirty-sipounds. Trial botThe Teachers Association will meet tles of this Great Discovery for Conat Stedmantown, on the 4th Saturday sumption free at Jos LeCompte's. 2 (the 27th) of November, and in conChase & Sanborn's Standard' Java nection with the school will give an coffee, roasted. The best in the y, x That wr nail. I wonder why sha, charming, rich and witty. Would cjreto tnlnk of one In life to loiv? Simply because she did It out of pity, And not for show. Enomler she an heiress, nnd a beauty, Would think to venture sush a reddest plan? Because she thought It waj her simple duty, Not for the man. I wonder II I dare this very morning. To thank her for it und to try my Lite? Better by lar heed my earnest warning And learn to wait. vain to wonder. It will useless prove, 'Tls Kxperioneo is u school that costs most dear, Twin (jive her pleasure to pronounce jour love A "chestnut burr." I It9l 4VBBBBVWT SLICKER TMcst Waterproof Coat, Excitement in 'Texas. HM ThFtSTIBIUND6L!CKETlH wnmtnled wttirproof. nil will k.fn sou dry In tM IiartMt itrtrm. Tht tltwrOMMFt, PI.irKIBU rlllnir cotl, tnd coTtrt tho tntlrs iddl. Brwlr oflmlutlonl. Nona rrniiltin without tho "FLsti nrBd" tnulc-ITirflllaitrtted Ciltlocue fret. A. J. Tower, Beaton, Mm), Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped J. M. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SklnEruptions, and positively cures Havingrccently nddrd to hU Etbllhmcnt Piles, or no pay required. It is guarFirst-Clarinnitig 31111, anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per Is now prepared to furnieh all kindf of box. For sale by Joe LeCompte. Cuts, Bruises, Bucklen'e Arnica Salve Tiik Bust Salve in tho world for ifcW PLAiMlSO MILL. WAKEFIELD ss . . Tlie highest market price given for fresh potatoes by Muslin Bros. Mini! j vvumj PmtThw HUMjitMlili6i AIJSO Unimn iYiUiUlii)' world, at Day & Half's. Fon Sale.- - I offer for sale two good English setters that are not pedigreed, but good hunters L. B. of Irish Scroll Work, Stair Work potatoes, Mastix Bros. (lotten out In the best Now is the time to prepare for the Mny crisp and nipping weather. Go to Gray & Church und get u handsome Qri( nt Heater 5,000 bushels 16-t- Wasted. & . Turning . itj-le- Marshall. of Interest In the NOTIFIED THE PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle (iurrett,THAT boiiKht from J!rs. L". V NOTIGE! Jidmln-Istr.itrl- I x hltesldes, deceased, his entire Hard Times. While money is close, wages and expenses should be cut down in every household. Economy the watch word for mothers, head off doctor bills, by always keeping In the house, a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a cough instantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup and pain in the Chest in one night. It is just the remedy for hard times. Price 50 cents and 1.00. Samples free. Sold by Hughes and prices' low, Furniture and Undertaking And BUSIlSrESS. hae cold one-hal- f Interest In my business to W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the style of the firm will be STATEN & DEHONEY Chiles. 8 Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main ni-t- i. street. The disorder, torpid liver, palp In back or aide, con initiation, etc , need re nun oc Intnl. line dori of htronpr's Sanative Pills will plvo rHIei. o AlewUifeci tu new l.ealth nud vigor. rc-toi- mimcn most And the busIncM will beco&j&KTl jit the old stand of Whltesldfcs & Stnten, K6T-JIbt. Clair slreyt. Mu) RECEIVED- !8--tt JAS. T bTATEN, Tf 'out of ports' with lii'ndaehe, stnmnc!) known. Your money will be returned if not found as represented. wonderful laln-Curtlie world Las ever er Fish, Oysters, -- AN1 Cure for Piles. I SMSSi&l Rev. W. H. Hampton will preach at St. John's Chapel next Sunday (the 14th) at 3 o'clock p m. At which service several children will be baptized. All are invited. A furnished room, not too fur from State House. Address, stating price, Prof. Moritz Fischer, Ky. Geological Survey, City. Wanted. - Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, causing tlie patient to suppose has bone encc-tio- n of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. See Gray & Church's big line of Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles flno Butcher Knives. yield at once to the application oi Dr. BosankoV Pile Remedy, which' Go to Gray & Church on Main acts directly upon the parts effected, street for cheap tin ware. absorbing the Tumors, allaying the" ' , intense itching, and effecting perMeat Cutters and Sausage Gynders manent cure. Price 50 'cents. a 'Ad-- "' at Gray & Church's, 23 i Main St. dress, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piquu, O. Sold by Hughes & Lard Cans nnd Butcher Knives, Chiles. the best, at Gruy it Church's, on Main Street. Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. CELERY! FKESH, BY WEITZEL BROS. R. ROGERS -- DEALER IN- - i FURNITURE- COFFINS, fiC. Cornice Poles and Window FistuTe& Fon Rent. A house of seven rooms, second door below Washington, on Broadway. Apply to R M. tf. Aldridge. m Gray & Church have tho best Butcher Knives in the market. Fresh Oysters, In bulk and cans, very large and fat, at Day & Huff's. lfhn Baby wh slok, w Tho County Court paid cash for all the repairs which have recently been placed upon the Court House and When the wu a Child, she cried for Coetoria, When she bocamo lllia, iho clung to Uattorla, Whan aha had Children, aha gara tham Caetotia, jt ber Cutorla, county offices. To tlie Voters of the Second Ward. lead to l'nrunionl,'onumptlon or other fatal. dlMaso. Strong's PeotoralPilltv'il euro r ro'd uk by imurlu. Kent ihliiKior UyRpeptln.lu digestion, sick headache in thousands testify. a&m'A" Q) I Ittfc I ft?jWft; Iinr. afcrldrft aiiSiWaS A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET. 8-- 1 FRANKFORT, KT All tho latest stjlu furniture constantly In stock. v. May TO THE PUBLIC. PURCHASED THE STOCK OF HAVING of Mr. J. E. Kknt. comer Second on Shelby streets, South Frankfort, I propose to keep a nice stock of ml Baiger I A neglected cold or cougn may , Tho utulorsignod rebootfuljy announces himself ann candidate for ns A mocking bird, a' fine singer, will Cpnnoilmnn in tlie Second. Ward, at the be raffled at Barrett's News Depot to- election December 4th, 1886. LEWIS MA.NGAN. 25 cents night, at a chance. Chances may be obtained at this office. FOR COUNCILMAN. Tho Steamer Blue Wing has laid up for the present and the Hlberniu is now the only boat making regular trips between this city and Louisville. ites for the Council In tho third ward. FOR COUNCILMAN. and 8iJv 'SASSP' "ICIURD FERGUSON candl-Jj. TOWNuru hereby announced as d Wfl nm nilt linrWtwl tla nnnniihita Trtlivr nnr v J,US(?I!LIW ? candidate for Councilman from the First Ward, at the election December 4th, 188J. site the depot, belonging to f. Kol- tenbrun. tf. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard l'o to Mack Salyer's store, No 223 Main street, upuoHiu: ur, uuvuirs residence. M-tf. Fon GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, COMPLETE LINE OF s Grocery and In fnct everything kept In a Store. I Invite the attention of the people of Frank county, and more particularly tha fort and Franklin IHiople of South Frankfort, who will Und my location jmlte n convenience, and I hope by close attention to business and fair dealing to receive u portion of the bubllc ixitronaKe. Goods delivered promptly In any part of the city. Give roe a call and be convinced. flrst-clas- KKNT. The brick house onno- - Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kiudsof Shirts Made to Order. Very llesiiectfully. . ' n.mm -- -- -. JU1LM I.. JUiSKH, aug28-9- South Fmnkfort, Ky. A, - AK)M ytf ....,..1wM!V.i.fa- ..A-L- militjtigimatim mmt "TFiN WFffii'T!?pfijl 'r" Q :$ " ,miv'f 'frgtiivi.iiiqyi ti"WffWwWf&'W W'J& ?',S,1W!B(J,!Jf lyw"rrf' twj ""sgr-- " FRANK PORT ROUNDABOUT, Louisville Tobacco Market. vunNiHiiiio iiy or.ovm JtOl'HK. & R. K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his dwmiiutt, Pno- WAHB FHIUroilS LOUIHVILLl'.TOMACCO CAPITAL ART GALLERY! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, Main Street, Over Crutclier& Starb' White Hall Clothing House, , Tho sales on our market for the Just cltvpd amount to 1.317 I'hd . Ninee January 1st rtmount to il",121 Ksopi'ti: for tho weok fid'.) hhcl-- . The for hurley tobncco still continues on mewt weok wile Illicit. mir-ke- t There ia no quotnblo change In price taken ut fnir m' figures. Tho rccointB of tho now crop still con tinue small, but lifter tho recent light rains they nro likely to Improve. The following quotulion rupreaont our market for barley: sjs'J.r.O to s?.ro Dnrk Trash to 4.C0 Colon' Trnh Common Lugs, not colory. JJ.fiO to 4.00 0.00 4.50 to Colory Lug? Common Leaf, not colory. 4.fi0 to fi.fiO 7.00 to 10.00 Good Leaf 10.00 to 15.00 Fine Loaf Select Wruppery Tobacco 15.00 to 20.00 grades. linn FALL & bat nil uuful grades WINTER STOCK of - FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated at home. Oct. 25tf. BOOT SAND SHOES Capital HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF City Machine Works Manufacturer and Denlor in- - &C. J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, STEAM ENGINES I l Jfc Remarkable Recovery. appetite, was thin, weak, and could eenrcolv walk. The unrelieved the treatment hucl.io reduced me that I could Hcarcely put one foot before the other T begun takin- S. bottle even had a S. S., and the iitell injr effect upon me. My appetite improved with the lir.st dose, and I pained flesh and strength rapidly. The disease began to pass away, and very soon every trace of it was gone. -t jt BOILERS, ' I was two inmitlH in n hospital in thlscitv nuclei treatment for blood poison.' Wlit'ii I left there I had no 'd SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. &0. Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blacksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Bepairing Promptly Attended to. f Agent for M1,XJ-A.- S Jno. T. -- IS- 33"U.c3s:le3r IHHEii-StNHii SOUL-IBC3-SE- Columbus Steam Pumps. FOR PRICE LIST. "vTOieS, I KENTUOZY'S E3T3-I3ST- E ana JTID 123 Lewis St., Near tho River, Prnnkfort, Ky. Swift's specific is a wonderful remedy. It invigorates and builds up the system generally while effecting a cure, instead of reducing one to death's door and only giving temporary relief, as the old line of treatment does. To me there was new life in every dose Gi:o. F. Johnston, 313 Seventh New York, Jan 20, 1SSG Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tin: Swift Spr.cirio Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. lo7 W. 23d St . N.Y. STILL AHEAD -- WITH THE- - Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in h; I 1 I li i Km - J EOUTE-EASFOR T DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE j:!:ij?;;::,Glii".?!i:e,LiM': -- AND- lis OHIO, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA TUK ONLY LINE & NEW YORK. iHBiii CAPITAL HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT. KY.. All cases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by tho Brlnkerholl system without using the icnife or Lio.vruuK and without any pain. Having Pullman New Sleeping Gars Fon f Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. 4 Good Advice. The Peoria (III ) Democrat, of Dec. 30, 18Sr, makes the following deliverance: SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. .A. SATURDAY. DEC. 18. 1886. FISTULA SOLID T 32, .A. KHOM I "UT The LARGEST STOCK! STOVES, Louisvillc.Cinciiiiiiiti & LcAiiigton X "Those afflicted with any poisonous conditions of the blood should waste no time, out go at once and get a bottle of the greatest blood puriller on earth, S. S. S. Leading physicians prescribe it." GRATES, & H life WA mm Cured without tho knife or ligature. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER WASHINGTON CITY, Brass Goods, Goal Hods Vases, remedy. Avoid the harh, irritating, griping compound) sold as purgative medicines, and correct the irregularities of the bowels by the use of Ayer's Cathartic PilK winch are gentle, yet searching, in their action. Asa purifier, Ayer' Sarsaparilla acts directly and promptly. A single bottle will prove its merits. Many thousands of people are yearly saved from d.t.igerous fevers by the exercise of a little timely care in cleansing the system by the use of tins And nt pi ices that cannot be duplicated, eerseen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't forget the place. M REGTftL GATAHBH. Diseased conditions thut produce consumption and most of the chronic diseases, LYNCH RURG, itet" U Connecting In same depot with fust trains for -- THE DIRECT ROUTE TO stories:.. NORFOLK, IN jw JN0. T. BUCKLEY, St. Clair Street. UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. DANVILLE, AND ALL POINTS MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is only u symptom of the disease thut exists In tho lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. .1. HUGHES. Frankfort. RICHARD FEKGl'SON. Frankfort. J. M. WITHROW. Frankfort. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to any one by nddressliiK ill 1111 For tickets and further Information apply to your nearest tlcket-ollli- W. W. MONROE, W. C. WICKHAM, 2d Vice Piesidont. Fanning Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, 4c., Ac, KO, Q3J3 ANN STREET, Div. Pass'r Agent, Loxlnglon, Ky. H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agt. W 'J M $ "Wild Cherry and Tar. Everybody knows the virtues of Wild Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for anv effections of the Throat and Lungs! combined with tlie.se. ingredients are a few simple healing remedies in the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup making it just the article you should always have in the house for Coughs, Price Colds, Croup and Bronchitis f0 cents and $1.00 Samples free. 3 Sold by Hughes and Chiles W. C2T I. KELLEY, , M. D., 376 West Seventh St Dec. 2My. Cincinnati, 0. Choice Coal Cheap. SCREENED ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full Prompt Weight, Bottom Trices. KINDS CONSULTATION FREE, "a s Kentuoky and MoSHERRY Grain Drills, J I. CAPITAL 17-t- 0. 0. F. Telephone connection No. 3(5. breaking PI. ws, Od Hickory Wagons jDutting Boxes, Corn Shcllers, Cider Mills. A general assortment of Hnrdwnro; full stock of Harness nnd Saddlery; seed Wheat, Ryo, Timothy, Clover, Blue Grass, &c. IQrriUCES GUARANTEED LOW. LODOE.NO.C, MEETS EVERY Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LEE A. OWEN, N. U. R. Williams, Sec. April t. G2SO. Dec.8-f- , FRANKFORT, KY. B. MACIIjLIIT, P. IT. MA JOB,, ATTOBNICY -- WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaI GOSTIVENESS the dilutive and nsimil.ttio oirun!. lucludlnif tho Kid-jioy- s. "When t lie-- organs nro ho affected, ihev fail to extract lrom the blood the uriu Held, which, carried through tho Afl'ects A.T LAW. w seriously till FRANKFORT, KY., In the Federal Court. AND aflcetcd by coitircncw, causing eaues Ulieiuiiutism and Tho functions of tho Lher aro also Xcu-xnlg- hu L. F. Cojipton. W. C. Macklin. FOR SALE OR RENT. SMALL FARM OF 70 ACRES, LYING ON THE Ouenton pike, one mile and a quarter from ttils city, suitable for u dairy farm. Apply to W. T. dAINES. Oct. PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln, Carroll,THE CIRCUIT COURTS WILL (iallatln, Boone. Owen and Grant counties, la the Court of Appeals, und 31Jy-t- f. Coiirt-hoiiib- COM Pi ON & MAGKLIK, PKOPniETOKS PRACTICE IN COURTS OF and the adjoining counties, und will also give special iitttnilon to the purchase and sale of real estate, collection of rents, claims, und the negotiation of loans. Ofllce opposite Heal Estat Agent, THE A Bilious Disorders. Anion?,' b- JAS. A. VIOLETT. 'JuneU&ly. 4 s ii--tf v llowcN, YomTtiiur, etc. Weakness Fever. Dimness of Vision, Yellowness of Skin. Tain's in the Side, Hack and Sliotflders Foul Mouth, Furred Tonjaio, Ii regularity in the nctionof tho aro Nausea, tho wnmlu'r symptoms of Dizziness, unions-liec- Headache, Elkhorn Holler Milk,' HAVE TUK FULL Roller System, AND MAMJrACTtmE TJio Stomach suffers when the bowels are constipated, and Indigestion or Dyspepsia, follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, ifji Six of the best grades of the best Flour made in the world, oniceand wareroom on Broadway, opposite Jim.2 lK8tf-litol Square Cap- Pains, irregu- establishment. Our prices aro as low as we sell direct to the planters, having no ugeuts. All claiming to be such are frauds. Cntulogueri on ap11. F. IIILLENMKYEH. plication to Lexlngtlou, Ky. Oct. Blue Grass Nurseries FOR FALL OR 1886. ORNAMENTAL A FULL LINK OF FRUIT ANDfound In such an Trees, Grapevines, Small Fruits, Asparagus Plant, undeverjtuInK usuully Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY.,. COURTS IN WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE OFFICE Up and adjacent counties. stairs, over Judge P. U. Mujor's oltlce. Aug. f. 14-t- DR. J. S. COLLINS, DENTIST, OFFICE, mar.ao-t- t Tetth extiacted without pain by the uso of Nltrouse Oxide (or hiughlug) gas. MAIN STREET, OPP. RODMAN & 1TOTIOE. HAVING the lute strother Pierce, ull persona kii'iwlngthemseles Indebted to him will please come forward and settle at once, and ull those huvlng claims. ugulnst the estate of said decedent are notified to present the same, properly proven, JOHN S. PIERCE, JR., for settlement. Administrator BEEN APPOINTED MARRIAGE GUIDE 260 PAGES. Iiruitrattd, .".T.!"!.0.1' ?fc i.-- larities or'tho Stomach and all consequent diseases, will bo found In tho uso of v Idi'in-eof tho fujr nialadv. A s Snro Relief for prconco of this distress. F. C. HUGHES, General Insurance Agent, Ofllce on Main ?'"" i nu.puptttoytr.ist. !lht Boole Til (.loth enToill Binding, 35c. coiE uyattrzi-tf?Jf!lH!"fi'C"iL- r rv K AYER'S PILLS. Tliev stimulate tho stomach, frco tho bowels, healthfully invigorate tho torpid liver and kirtne'.s, and by their cleansing, healing and tonic properties, strengthen and purlfv tho wholo system, and restore it to u salutary and normal condition. rnEr-AiiE- iences. This nropert) Is now occupied by Mrs. Kuto Mahoney, and possession cannot be given until tho 10th or next April. For terms of sale apply to I,. 11. or HEN. MARSHALL, COS MAIN THE HRICK COTTAOE. NO reasonableSREET. conven1 talnlng four rooms, and all St., Opposite Farmers' Punk. " umuvi ntDJMj WiiUUftUJUUHBHHBV REPRESENTING IS Leadine American and Foreign Company, WEAKVUNDEVELOPED pAitinof thwKiiMATnirTri7Kriii'iiitKijirtvi-i'i. f WITH OVBR tf. ijy Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold by all Druggist. Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from uny point Apr.l7-ly- , lu Great Urlttahi or IroUud. WRITTEN ON FARM TERM POLICIES rates. Agent Anchor Line of at lowest $ioo,ooo,ooo.oo ASSETS. llr ttm'Kh Mil Uh'NHli hin mhii rftMlynrTiitiiiu inn y run hi otir nnor Jh nowvlilHnrw or hnmhug rln mwIIi "y,pllit4 idvwrtliM)rn BrrtTwry jBlmnt M I TAISY PllfJ Ki TiS Are til i n thw rontntryttha tuifhlv Indnrmwl. inwy ynr wrtniM ctrniiitr iMTlnu nil 'ftr'Jr"Hrw, hy " MKimrAiV) t Huffwli N.V Initio nllrHlntf l?onlna K HIJB H. fl. a m nlhrA.'i rwnit rtfNrM'f1,r r.mnnr n ft I r tl wrt'. f Utf pfrfrctly KHliiir ahTftj E5ri nd iiy m.fwif.tfi vmiri.-Rtrpjrilarlv V I tTrtTTlWI r'i. i w rrn Urr ij.mi'sri.uric to,, riiiinc... l. $ ,tr 11 vnv lil Artfl, r Mill 4iti J tl tl tat IH I .. V' 1 I.'', m 1 t ( - . .'" 'I'' f 3UJ. 'Vtt&JV. t',fcSKifeiS&JU mSK'Lud"j '! i, SL-f- r, i i I I - i&ji.-