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FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 20, 1886. Number 10. TRilDE CONTINUES V m UNABATED YIM! - ' our stook of FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR We have it in all grades arid colors. Prices amazingly low. IS enormous. HATS, 1 HATS, HATS, HATS, i. Large stock of the leading styles. Call and see them; they cannot fail to please you. IP YOU WANT A &TJIT OP CLOTHES MADE OP THE BEST MATERIAL, N; And in the latest style, come to us. w- - You know what you are, but do not know what you may be made by calling on HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. EVERTBODV 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. Frankfort and Franklin county and vicinity at large that I intend to sell my I announce this day to the citizens of ' Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Rubber Goods, &c, Lower than the Lowest. Knowing that the times arc hard and money is scarce, I will offer such inducements never known before in shis Stdte. I will give to each, customer that purchases from One Dollar (SBl.OO) and upwards a present at the time of purchase to whatever the number they receive calls for. THERE ARE NO BLANKS. THE PRESENTS CONSIST OF 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; clocks worth from $8 to $12; ten valises, value from $1 to $10; two 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 ' You have been convinced of my generosity before. I mean what I say. The above gifts will only be given away until the 19th day of Remenlber, this is no humbug. 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. - E-AJRRX- &, Old Mansion House Block, Cor. Main and St. Glair Streets, and 214 St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. imMSSMai-iMaSmm- i . j - ... , . iTrriftltlitihliaiMihMiinilii ... . mv rr-NlPli- SB mw'ionh 'ivtr s ..' .r . . - , ,icr' - ..wyu., 'T"j i yp- - . .hi. ' . Nl ,M - ..r -- , - -- " i;v t r,r. .i...-. . ' ' --. rar... r .,- - , . i. - . t - 5& ". f,Ty-- ' A A ji i Mr. Jas. T. Duvall, of Owen county, litis been visiting friends in this Kntercil nt tho at Vr.mkfort, Kentucky, city thiM week. as second-clas- s mailable innttor. Mr. Harry Itodgers, of Stanberry, Missouri, is visiting ids parents, Mr. GEORGE A. LEWIS. It. Rogers and wife, in this city. asicL EclUoe Mrs. James M. Todd left Wednesday morning for Louisville to visit FRANKFORT, NOVEMBER 20, 1880. her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Peter. Rev. W. L. McEwan, of WilmingTlio Union Thnntogivinp services ton, Delaware, is visiting his mother of (lie Unjitist, C'hristinn, .Southern in this city. Miss Cora Hunt, of Cincinnati, is Presbyterian and Methodist Churches will be. held at the Methodist Church visiting Misses Annie and Ruby on Thursday morning, at 11 o'clock. Macklin. Mrs. Mary Rrown Day returned Sermon by Dr. Hendricks of the Saturday from a visit to her sister, Southern Presbyterian Church. Mrs. 1j. M. Maus, at Fort Lincoln, ThatevenimratT o'clock missionary Dakota. services will be held nt the same Rev. E. A. Penick and Messrs. church under the auspicies of the FrankV. Gray and A W. Overton Ladies Missionary Society, at which left Monday morning for Glasgow addrese3 will be delivered. All are Junction on a hunting excursion. Mr. Alex. Snyder and family left invited. Admission free. Tuesday atternoon lor Texas to reItcv. George Darsio returned Wed- side. They will locate near Mobete, nesday evening from Elk ton, where in the Pan Handle. he has been holding a meeting for Mr Jas. M. Wakefield and wife the past two weeks, and will occu- have returned from their visit to py the pulpit at the Christian Church New York. We are glad to state morning and evening. that Mrs. W. is greatly improved in health. His meeting at Elk ton resulted in Messrs. Jas. A. Murray, Jas. W. seventeen additions to the church Xicol and Chas. Rridgeford left Monevening on the Steamer Grace Wm. Cromwell, Esq., was appoint- day for a hunting and iishing trip Morris ed, on Monday, Master Commisiouer up the river. and Receiver of the Common Pleas Mrs. Nellie Stednian Cox, who has Court by Judge Buford. A better been spending the summer with her selection from among the young sister, .Mrs. L. J. Cox, in this county, members of the bar of this city could left Wednesday morning for her county, Texas. not have been made, as he will make home in Live Oak a"p m a prompt, faithful and efficient offiHenry Mann, of Henry counMr. cer. ty, and Miss Venie Hall, of this In addition to the ceremonies on county, eloped from Bethlehem, the occasion of the turning over of Henry county, and were married in the Centennial records on Thanks- Jeff' ronville, Indiana, on Friday of 3n3.:fcTis:E-io:E3- i' last week. They were both under giving day already announced on the printed programme, we learn that age. one of our most scholarly citizens, There will be a meeting of Franknot known as a poet and not even as- fort Council, No. 7, Royal Templars piring to be so known, has written a of Temperance, at the Capital Art most graphic and full description of Gallery on Monday evening next at Frankfort sis she appeared on Centen- 7 J o'clock. A full attendance of the nial day. The description is in tiie members is desired. -- Why not call and see our largo line of- most beautiful poetic verse, and will sofd his farm of Mr R. S. Kink'eiui be read at the Opera House next 217 acres, known as the Terry place, Thursday. Every thing connected with the Centennial seems to have near Bridgeport, at public sale, on such a charm about it that although Saturday, to Mr. Charles Julian, for tins turning over ot the records is in- $34.00 an acre. It is one of the best ANDtended as a little home affair, we farms in tiiat section. doubt whether the Opeia House will The cupola of the Court Jiouse is hold all who desire to be there. The being painted and the faces of the house will be lit up at 12 o'clock and town clock will receive a new coat of and those who expect choice seats white. The old time keeper deserves had better be there before 8 o'clock. We can show you somo great bargains in Blankets, Woolen Heforo you buy. a clean face. Hosiery, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. The favorite Kentucky river packDr. W. I. Kelley will be at the Respectfully, et, tho tidy steamer Blue Wing, hav- Capital 'and will be Hotel ing had a thorough overhauling and glad to see all of his old patients and WEITZEL & DONNELL, righting up at Madison, lias resumed many new ones. NEW MTOBK, MAIN STHKET An Eminent Specialist in All Chronif her regular trips, leaving Louisville Diseases Peculiar to Both Tuesdays .and Fridays at 3. p. m., Twenty pounds of open kettle New Miss Lillie Cain entertained the Sexes, Wednes- Orleans sugar for $1, at returning leaving Frankfort South Side Social Club on Thursday A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES 7 days and Saturdays, arriving at night. uro. SUCCESSFULLY TREATS J. Heeney'h. to the old Arm of U K. 11 enure are notified to come forward and htttle up at once o'clock. She will be at the city or their uccounts will be plated In the hands of an Misses Annie and ltuby Macklin A. 11. MULUiK. officer for LollectUn. MARKIEU. wharf this evening, the 20th, bright Nov. gave an entertainment Tuesday evenPIcasurevllle. Henry At the Baptist Church In as a new dollar, ready for passengers eountv. on Wednesday. November 17th, 1836, air and freight bound down the Ken-tuc- ing in honor of their guest, Miss Cora He uv C Hall uud Miss Mamik Bbhuk.v. j. j. Attendants Mr. Hlr.ini Nash, ot Henry Asthma and Neuralgia. with Capt. Geo. W. Anderson Hunt, of Cincinnati. county, unil Miss Ida Bell, ot this city. of I) rSIRING TO CHANGE, MY BUSINESS, I a in command. The Blue Wing cuisine Tho fulr young bride my Foit Rent A frame dwelling on Capt. L. D. Holloway, of tills city, and the groom wlih offir for side together witn brickstock of urn- DISEASES OF THE mr goid cellar, is famous for its elegance ami sub dry Hoods. Ac . and my duelling house, all cerlc b. Conway street, near Third, containing Is a prosperous merchant of Fleasurevllle. stantial square qualities; for reference seven rooms. located In Belle Point. Will exchange for a nice For terms apply to farm. For further information uppiy to see Capt. James Shaw on the hurri-CiF. P. LEWIS, Eyss, Acute and Chronic, Cataracts, MORN. 2t. Wm. Cuomwell. Oct.HMm or ut this office. roof and Capt. Benjamin Free In Louisville, on Saturday, November 13th, lRSfl, man at the wheel. The merchants of We are grieved to hear our friend, toMr. Arthur Peter.Jr., and wife, u daughter Let-ti- k Superficial and Internal, removed without surglcul operation. Vision restored or money refunded. Frankfort and the business' men in Sid Douthitt, of hc Blue Wing, is in InLkk. county, Novemder 12th, 1886, to Mr. this Consultation und trial treatment free u daughter. the county should bear in mind thiH bad health, all for the love of a gal Jacob Cooms und wlf, OF II. HUDSON HAVI1 THE NOTES In myDR. T. for collection, by suit 1 been placed hands it is their duty to sustain the compe- that lives at the mouth of Big Twin.' If necessary, und parties knowing themselves to HOTEL. K0OM 17t be Indebted to him will save costs by calling upon BUHlt To tlie Voters of the First me uud settling same ut once. tition. Steamboats and steamboat-me- n Patients will bo promptly attendJAS. ANDIIEW SCOTT. can't live on air and water alone. Lost. On street, gold bar pin, Ward, (Comprising South. Nov. ed at their nomos, day or nlcrht. Frankfort.) turquoise setting. Finder will be reLeave orders ab office ot Buhr's Personal. warded by leaving it at this office. to Hotel. An election for Councilmen is to be Horses held on the 4th day of December Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, is visit"00D FEED, GOOD SHELTER. TERMS To whom next. 1)1 ic u. it uwv concern: Orders left ut Maugan & DarV.T reasonable, ing Miss Lutie Ware, on Broadway. i The undersigned, your present rep- null's. For ten years my sight has been gradually fulling M. D. AVERILL, In Springfield. Illinois, on Monday. November resentatives in the Council, have renMr. Howard Downing, of LexingMy left eye has been blind for eight J ears from 15, 18. Mrs JKiN W. 1'ATrEWN, wjfe of dt, a. dered you faithful, and. us they be- Cnov-lpurulsls of the optic nerve. Dr. Williams, of ton, was in this city Sunday. A. Puttesoii, suddenly of heart disease. Cincinnati, uud Dr Goldstein, of Louisville, prolieve, valuable service. nounced It Incurable, tiix wteks ago Lr. .Smith Mrs. llussell Sneed returned SaturThe deceased was a sister of the lute Iter. They are candidates before you for my to and George Wjtbe Lewis, Esq., und was day evening from a visit to St. Louis. Housekeepers, Attention! commenced my treat eje case, and ut this duto I cun read with' lelt without glasses, una ray and ask, and would be county She retired gratified by, your raised at Woodlake, In this sight Is ulmoxt completely restored. support at the polls. Mr. George Bulir has been quite ill ut an early hour on Monday night, In uppurent MhS. JNO. O. R0DGEP8, Town, Versailles. Ky , for the past week. good health, and In a short time after her husA daughter of Mrs. Jackson Wllmm. WILLIAM J.JiUGIIEH, IK TOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD, USE Mrs. Dr. Daniel Oober has gone to band, who still remained up, heard a groan und Ed.munw II. Tayloh, Jit. going to her bedside discovered that life was ex Memphis to spend the winter. Frankfort, Oct. 1G, 180. UCOMPTE'S She wa a devoted Christian, having early tinct. Mrs. James VV, Heffner returned In life put ber trust In the Savior and united with Dr. Blackburn's residence, with largtt yard, gar' stubles, und sltuaud ut Saturday from a visit of 'several the I'resbyterluu Church, and was a lady of high To the Voters ofthe Second BAKING POWDER! den,terminus horseLogan cow lots, hoututerms,south" 1 ninktort. of era stree Ward to relativesinClrcleville,Ohio. educational attainments. Of a mild uud gentle weeks Possession Km" DecvinberU;. For t The undersigned respectfully unnounces disposition, she was universally beloved by Apply to Mrs. Price, daughter of l)e. Daniel who knew her, and the friends who mourn all himself as a candidate for FRANK CHINN, as her Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by FUAHKFORT, Kt., NOV. 13, 1880. tf Gober, and family left Wednesday deuth are numerous,' both In this Stata and that Councilman in the Second Ward, at ho for Auburn, Logan county, to reside. of her aJoptlon, A devoted wife and mother, she oleotion December 4th, 1880. R. C. CHURCH. MissSallie Sneed returned Satur- was the centre of a large und happy family, upon a visit to her sister, .Mrs. S. whom her sudden deuth fell us a thunder bolt day from FltANKUN ClHCUlT COVKtt from u cloudless sky. Quiet uud gentle hub her Wemi,ky A. Gaines' AnMiKisnuTuu, l'lalutuf. . M. Winter, in St. Louis, Mo. life calm and peacefully she fell asleep In the PROPRIETOR OF THE vs. Notice. Mrs. E. A. Penick lelt Monday arms of Jesus. HOUSEHOLD, KITCHEN AND furniture, consisting of four morning for a visit to friends in To the dear ones who sit In their western MY WehlkT A. GaiAjs' Hum, and Ciih., Defendants, eta, carpets, chairs, and many things useful to iAUQVS GEN. BARMS COLOGNE PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST homo, bowed down under the weight of this exLouisville. every housekeeper. Every thing its good as new. ALL estate of Wesley A. Gaines, deccuhtd, are ceeding great sorrow, we tender a loving sympa Also one horse and cow, one phaeton, one su tray, heieby notllied that they must api ear Leioio the Miss Nonle Nicol attended the wed- thy, und one dog tart. Will sell pilvately until county ot Mercy ANDthat undersigned commissioner uud prove their debts ding of her friend Miss Keith, in tltempraying Inclinethe (iodhearts that will comfort court day. when I will sell the things remaining ut us required by law, on or before the It.t day of and so they may at auction. Enquire ut No. 317, Mutu street. their Wednesday. W. II. POSEV, iebruary, 1S7. Lexington, Nov.ao-tl.ut be reunited In the beautiful city of God. Danikl Godkk, M, D, L'COMPTE'S HANDSM00THER. Nov, llMt. jiSJ Muster Commlssoner F. C. C. FRANKFORT post-offic- ROUNDABOUT. e DRIVE THIS WEDGE H01E 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 rneney? We're not afraid to let daylight on our HOME-MAD- E CLOTHING! w 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. IMP $50,000 STOCK TO .SELECT FfiOM! Crutcher &j Starks. m 3WE.I3iT STSEIEIT irsr. - WHY NOT? -- Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, 1W1 m y.ss A" Gents' Furnishing Goods, 0 ll fLVi W m U ; M ;tfJL to-da- y, nsffl i m DR. T.B. SMITH, Deafness, R Yf) NOTICE. S?iiy.I. y V-- u Catarrh, 1 PJi k, 1 grand-daught- t.vo-stor- store-roo- Ui NOTICE! Taken r i Winter -- - er Hi-char- FOE EBWT. , FOR SALE. bed-roo- Joseph LeCompte -- JSTOTIOK. . y f I J vJ J- - t. -- . J ,4 , I. :ylr i r iiii , , .'. TL. ..i?v.: 1 1 jffiTSi" m. is;IW$r 3fTL, '& 9 .i v -- tr j Wr. K ft t-sd- W. diii w jtis??,iW '!Vif.rJ'TwTiai.T'irfftJ.ipJ r $ vs."' ' ''j,fvw t MHinDRfln Registered Voters at the City ement Election, Dec. 4, 1886. ,V'I FRANKFORT, KY u NOVEMBER 20, 1886. Tlie End of tlie Centennial Turnlnir the Centen nial nrrkifla Avpr . to the City. Jg $f iffe. M. ' FIRST WARD. The following list comprises the registered voters of the First Ward as given to me by J. M. Stephens, .Marshal of the City of Frankfort,- who are entitled to vote at an election for three Councilmen from said Ward, to be held on Saturday, December - Af-- Centennial to turn over all of the re- i? .' cords to the city of Frankfort nubllcly .' on Centennial day, but this feature naving Deen ommea on tne pnnteu .v nrntrrammn fnr flip fifh nf fWnhnr. ' thrxaA rpnnrAa aHl rmrintn In itia tins. 'Y-- ... . . ... was a xi ..... in me original pmn 1 AT 3 O'CLOCK. oi ine Abrams, J. N. VTv. ;f MXaotrtn rf PVI TnVin T. Hnvff ivhn A has selected 3 o'clock on Thanksgiv ing day, Thursduy, Nov. 25th, 1886, to discharge his trust and turn all these valuable records over to the city at the Opera House. Thanksgiving day has been selected because on that day our people will be free from all business cares and in a proper mood for just such exercises as , these. AH are cordially invited to be at the Opera House" precisely at 3 o'clock and enjoy the execution of the following: Programme. ..us : - . r.'r 1. Col. John L. Scott's short address turning over the records. 2. A song, John Anderson By Miss Nellie Orbison. 8. A response By Hon. E. H. Mayor., 4 . A song By Miss Belle Sanders. 5. Col. Ford's City of the Dead By 1 Miss Nannie Browder. 6. A song By Miss Nellie Orbison. 7. The Drift-pila quaint productionBy the Author. - 8. A song By Miss Belle Sanders. 9.' Impromptu short speeches by Governor Knott, Judge Sneed, John J. Herndon and several others, in "which suggestions will be made as to the best way to preserve these and make them useful. The exercises will close with a' familiar chorus by' Prof. Wayland Graham and all the vocal musical talent of Frankfort, in which the audience will Join in old love feast style. e, re-cor- ds Tay-Jor,j- r., On Monday a fire occured at Alton, A.nderson county, nine miles from this city, destroying the hotel of Wm. Vaughn, a store-rooowned y Vaughn and occupied by J. W. Davis as a grocery, and a small office, adjoining, owned by Q. 'W, Gaines. The buildings and contents, were totally destroyed. There was insurance to the amount of $5,400 upon the buildings and contents, which will probably cover the loss. m Dean, Jno. Drane, Geo. C. Dorsey, Henry Adkins, Bush Darnell, S. W. Barrett, D. C. . Dryden, Jno, B. Barrett, Guy Berry, Geo. F. Egbert, Clarence Berry, Hiram Fellmer, E. A. Boyd, Martin Furr, C. C Blayney, Rev. T. McC Finnell, Lewis Bull, Sam C, Jr. Flynn, Nicholas Browder, S. P. Franklin, Walter Fincel, Charles Banta, H. G. Franklin, Walter M. Cain John Chiles, R. T. Forbes, Hiram Choate, Ed. K. Fall, W. R. Craddock, Geo. W. Fitzpatrick, M. Chinn, Dr. C. B. Gault, Jno. W. Gayle, J. VV. Church, Lee S. Griffin, Jno. D. Carpenter, W.T. Coke', W. B. Graham, VV. L. Gresham, C R. Dunnigan, H. C. Green, Thomas Johnson, L. F.' Green, Warren Johnson, Ben. Gray, M. P. Johnson, Slape Gray, F. V. Johnson, J. VV. Graham, J. E. Johnson, Jno. Will Kent, VV. S. Graham, J. VV. Kennedy, Frank Glanton, Dan Harrod, Jno. S. LeCompte, Joseph Huffman, Geo, LeCompte, Charles Heeney, James Lindsey, D. VV. Lewis, Geo. A. Hughes, F. C. Hall, W. H. Larkin, Jim Tom Mattern, H. G. Hudson, W. P. Hughes, W. T. Merchant, C. VV. Miles, J.N. Hughes, J. W. Mastin, Gilbert Humphries, Thos. Hudson, W. P., Jr. Mastin, John Mosby, VVm. Hughes, E. J. Hughes, Frank Mosby, Spencer Massie, Robt. Hall, Eugene McLwau, Win. Hyde, H. J. Hockersmith, W. H. McGrew, Milton McRery, R. W. Honschild, Felix Overton, A. W. Henry, Alex. Payne, Jno. W. Jctt, VV. L. Patlie, Jno. H. Jones, Jno. L. Pence, James Johnson, J. S. Pioctor, Jno. R. Jett, Peter Sneed, Russell Jett, M. E. Rodman, Jos. L. Smith, S. R. Rodman, Thos. Tanner, Thos. Tobin, Richard Rodman, T. B. Richardson, N. F. Taylor, Keuner Rodman, Jno. W. Thomson, R. A. Rogers, R. Thomson, VV. C. Rodman, J. L Jr. Taylor, I. S. Rodman.Willoughby Taylor, E. H Jr. Taylor, Fall Russell, Patrick Robinson, J. D. Thomasson, Zack Rodman, G. R. Todd, Alex. T. Rodman, Thos., Jr. Utterback, J. B., Jr. Saffell, James Williams, H. R. Stephens, Matthew Williams, Prfco Schittenger, Daniel White, Alonzo Sneed, W. H. Woodson, J. Pickett Stephens, Egbert Williams, J. K. Sublett, D. L. Williams, W. H. Scottow, W.J. Whittington, R. H. Smith, N. B. Watkins, H. L. Smith, Tab Warren, L. B. Stephens, John Williams, Minus Went, E. C. Sneed, W. C. Attest, F. F. GRAV. V 4, 1886: Ayres, Hugh Drlscoll, John Gaines, Wnr. Davidson S. N. Gaines, W. A., Jr. Griffin, Andrew Dudley, Bush l Daily, J. W. Gay, Hugh. Desmond, Chas. Grant, Ed. Dudley, Wm. Garnett, Tom Dehoney, John Graham, Boan Dailey, T. G. Goldsmith, Dick Herancourt, Oscar Ellwanger, Henry HafT, C. E. Ellwanger, Chas. Howard, Nicholas Egbert, Frank Emerson, O. G. Howard, Frsd Evans, Robt. Haly, E. J., Jr. Feehan, Dan Hudson, Dr. T. H. Fitzpatrick, James Halloran, F. M. Hume, E. E. Fortune, Stephen Herndon, W C. Featherston, Chas. Lohrer, Otto Hogarty, Mike Leinhart, Albert Hensley, Alex. C. Lewis, Ben. Heeney, Frank Hurst, J. VV. Lillis, James Light, Peter Hensley, Ed. Lee, Ross Hampton, Chas. , Lighthouse, Riley Hampton, VV. T. Lyons, Robt. Henry, John Lillard, Joe. Hanky, John Meagher, Mike Hunter, Thos. Mangan', Lewis Hlggins, Cageby Milts, J. E. Harlow, Geo. Meagher, Dan Harris, T. J. Meyers, Ike Johnson, S. D. Mangan, Lewis, Jr. Joach. Jn'o, 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, 0. C. Morris, VV. F. Kaltenbruti, V. Kaltenbrun.Dr. V. A.Moore, Jesse McManama, Victor Kratz, J. G. Kennedy, Dan Marralta, James Mitchell, R. H. C. Lutkemeier, Wm. Meagher, Dan., Jr. LuKcher, Sigmond McDonald, Pat. Lynch, Daniel McDonald, John Peters, John Pliythian, Mack McEwan, Jas. A. McLean, Wm. Peters, VV. B. Parker, Pea Nickles, Mike Payne, H.C. Newman, Pat. Palmer, Jno. M. Norwood, Chas, Poindexier, 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. Ruft', Joe. , Newman, Pat. H. Runyan, W.T. Norwood, Lewis Norman, Adam Rowland, Cliff Rodgers, Dock Norwood, Andy Rosby, Jno. Nickles, Wm, O'Connor, Jno. D. Robinson, Owen O'Donncll, James Richardson, Dudley Richardson, Magoffin Owens, Dan Salender, Geo. Parker, E. J. Power, Ed. Sower, P. C. Payne, Geo. L. Sower, James Sower, John Parrent, Robt. Price, Dr. J. L. Sullivan, Jno. F. Seilar, Jno,, Sr.. Parker, John Parker, Mart Sanders, Capt. Sam Price, Dr. J. S. ' Shaw, Geo.C. Thomson, R. J. South, Sain Taylor, Richard Sullivan, Mike Sullivan, Maurice Talbert, Hampton Thompson, Beaslcy Staten, J. T. Sacra, VV. T. Tavlor, Geo. Triptett, Geo. Sinclair, J. VV. . Thompson, Sheehan, James Thompson, James Sheehan, Dan Shelly, Thos. Thompson, Tom Uugermann, Henry Sullivan, James Sawyier, Henry Vallandingham,A. W. G-o- pilwW Congjeton, T. J. Davis, Chas. Darsie, Rev. Geo. Dawson, VV. H. ! Graham, Jas. H. Goin, Phil Gaines, W. T. Grant, Harry Gordon, Chas. Dudley, J. G., Jr. Davis, I. Daniels, Link Duvall, Dr. B. F. Drane, Geo, K. Driscol), Dan Davis, Wm. Harvie, Jno. S. Harvie, L. E. Haly, D. L. Holmes, S. B. Hamilton, Jas, Heffner, Jas. VV. HefTner, Thos. Haly, E. J., Sr. Jeffers, B. B. Julian, Ira Kincaid, James Lindsey, Wm. Lindsey, J. B. Lee, Thomas Letcher, Geo. Lang, Otto Meagher, Jno. Macklin, Geo. B. Murphy, Dennis Macklin, Wm. Murphy, J. T. McClure, R. K. McClure, A. H. Nicol, Watt Ntal, Wm. O'Connor, Jno. Sr., O Donneil, Harry Pepper, R. P. Waggener, VV. H. Williams, W. H. Weilzel, Chas. West, I. T. Milam, B. C. Mead, Wm. Mayo, Wm. Macklin, Thos. B. Snyder, Wm, Shea, Sam Samuel, E. L. Halleck, Jerry Higdon, Richard Prewitt, J. VV. Penick, Rev. E. A. Phillips, E. A. Phillips, R. II. Partee, Sam Rodman, Jas., Jr., Rodgers, Ben Szymanski, Alex. Schroff, Joseph Strowbridge, Wm. Smith, Geo. F. Stephens, J. M. Snyder, Alex. Todd, J. M. Tobin, James Tobin, J no. L. Tobin, L. Thomas, L. A. Todd, T.J. J. Thompson, Albert Todd, Robt Taubert, Emile Tate, J. VV. Watson, H. H. Weitzel, L. Wertz, Frank Weitzel, Henry Woolridge, Noel Attest, ' F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. If people troubled with colds, would take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral before going to Church or places of entertainment, they would avoid coughing, greatly to the comfort of speakers and hearers. The Pectoral wonderfully increases the power-anflexibility of the voice. Windy Farm Notes. Mr. George W. Mitchell left last week for Illinois with a view of locating. Mr. Jarrett Moore and wife, who have been visiting friends in Clark county the past two weeks, have re- turned home. Mr. Sam Sharp, father of Mrs. R. B. Exum, has been confined to his bed for several weeks past. Mr. Victor Newlingand and wife, who have been visiting in Bardstown the past two weeks, have returned-home- . Sawyier, Paul Stewart, Robt. Stone, Sam Smith, P. F. Ciiv Clerk, Smith, Lorenzo South, W. T. B. Salyers, Wm. i SECOND WARD. The following list comprises the regisAnnie Patterson, an old colored tered voters of the Second Ward, as given woman 114 years old, died at the res- tome by J. M. Stephens, Marshal of the idence of her son in this city, on Sat- City of Frankfoit, who are entitled to vote at an election for three Councilmen fnuu urday morning. said Ward, to be held on Saturday, Decern Ahler, Henry The Franklin County Teachers' Associa- Ahler, Jake tion will meet at Stedmantown on the 4th Arucld, Dock .Saturday (27th; of November,' 1886, and Anderson, James with the school will render the following Urislan, Jerry programme: Brislan.Jno. A. Burns, Thos. I, Opening Address Thos. Hunter. Buckley, Mike Free Calisthenics By the Class. 3. Baokley, Jno. T. 3. Essay Miss Maggie Innes. Buhr, Geo. 4. Dialogue Masters Innes, Martin and Banta, J. M. Tnplett. Thos. B. Blackley, G. T. 5. Compulsory Education Ballard, G, R. Ford. Bohannan, Richard "6. Essay Miss Katie Shipp, Brislan, T. J. 7. Politeness Miss Nelly Cox. Beatty, Wyatt RECESS. Brown, Henry 1. Dialogue By the History Class. Butler, John Bradley, W. E. 2. Local Taxation in aid of Schools Thos. VV. Scott. Bland, Chas. Banks, Eugene 3. Song Miss Nelly Cox. Childs, Fielding 4. Essay Miss Mary T. Merna. Carrall, Adelbert 5. Essay Miss Annie Hoggins. Cady, Wm. 6. Dialogue By Small Class. 7. Essay Shadows Miss Hannah Innes. Callaghau, John Ve hope every teacher and friend of Coleman, Lewis common schools that can will be present Calmes, Ben, upon this occasion, and give us their aid Cass, Dave and counsel in our efforts to arouse an Cryer, Spencer interest in the "Children's Cause." Darnell, J. S. T. HUNTER, Douglass. Arthur President F. C. T. A, Dehoney, W. S. , South, Will Stephens, J. Mrs Hiram Wyrum, who has been very ill for the past month, is able to be out again. Dorsie Quire, son of Mrs. John Quire, has been quite sick the past ' two weeks. While Miss Mary Trurabo, daughter of Mr. Robert Trumbo, was, on Veihl, J. her way to school last Friday, her Vest, Henry pony took fright at a falling tree, Vallandingham, Geo. Weitzel, Jerome, Sr., which was being cut down on the farm of Mr. D. B. VValcutt, and threw Weitzel, Gabe her off, bruising her head and arms Waggener, J. L. Weisenberger, Louis very badly, but we are glad to say no bones were broken. Wash, Wm. VV. EDUCATIONAL. ber4, 1886: , r r it v Brown, Oliver Byers, J. W. Brown, James Church, I. M. Church, Richard Church, T. G. Callaghan, Dan. Crawley, Mike Craik, Win. Collins, M. A. Collins, C. E. Conway, L. L. Cassell, John roll VValcutt was on his way to the farm of Mr. D. B. Walcutt, old John, Tyson, Eugene the horse he was riding, got the bit Taylor, Chas. E. between his teeth ana started in a H. Williams, B. G. Taylor, Capt. E gallop for home. Carroll leaped oft Weaver, August Thompson, W. G. and escaped with a few scratches Wright, Price Tester, James about the head. Weitzel, Frank Thomas, Joe Waltemade, Fred Ward, Patrick A handsome new stable has been Williams, M. H.P.Jr. erected at the Feeble-minde- d Weitzel, Ed. InstiWiley, Geo. Wells, Lafayette tute. It was built py the boys and Watts, John Williams, Jno. B. paid for by the Dixie. Warren, Robt. Williams, W. 0. tax-payer- Scott, Press Steele, R. C. Waggoner, A. B. Waggoner, A. If. Williams, Isaac Wilson, Henry Walker, Geo. Last Saturday evening Master Car- s. Williams, Ben Wyrum, Hiram Yeagel, Geo. Wells, Wm. Watson, G. H. ' Louisville Tobacco market. VUBNI8BKD BT OLOVEB UOUBE. & Attest, F. V. GRAY, City Clerk, DUBBKTT, FbO- - PBIKT0B8 LOUIBYILLE TOBACCO WABE- - m v; H A f v Cain, Andrew Cromie, Wm., Jr. Cohen, Lee Cromie, John Craik. Walter Crutcher, D. C. Craig, Lewis D. Church, R. C. Fellmann, Albert Fields, John Frey, Einile Fenwick, R. VV. Goin, James Gobber, Henry Green, Grant Griffin, Louis Green, Grant, Jr. Gibbons, James F. Goin, San THIRD WARD. The following list comprises the registered voters of the Third Ward, as given to me by J, M. Stephens, Marshal of the city of Frankfort, who are entitled to vote at an election for three) Councilmen from said ward, to be held on Saturday, December 4, 1886: Averill, VV. H. Aidridge, R. M. Augermyer, Wm. Berberich, V. Burkhardt, Earnest Bridgeford, Chas. Bush, VV. P. D. Burkhart, Joe Chinn, W. J. Congleton, Wm. Drane, Ed. M-Ely, Dr. James Ford, T, B. Ferguson, Richard Fuhs, Peter A. Fahy, John Flynn, W. T. Flynn, C. T. Fahy, M. A. Fahy, Ed. , Our market for the past week has been without nny especial change. There bus been Bold up to this date 89 hhds. of the now crop against COO hhds. to the same date last year. As a rule new burley has been deficient in body, toughness and color, anon grades have sold low. There has boen a few hhds. of good color and ehnraoter that have sold fairly well. Sales for the week 1,(535 hhds. Sales for the year 117,058 hhds. Receipts this .week 578 hhds. Trices remain'uuchanged. $2.50 to $3.50 Dark Trash . . . . 3.50 to 4.50 Colory Trnsh . Common Lugs, not colory. S.50 to 4.00 4.50 to 0.00 Colory Lugs Common Leaf, not colory. 4.50 to ti.50 7.00 to 10.00 Good Leaf 10.00 to 15.00 Fine Lent Select Wrappory Tobaooo. 15.00 to '0.00 . i s JlTrW A iff'".; r M. v. V I TV Mm l' t 11? 2 Vfc hW vti v . - rit .? .w-- ""''- -' ' - IV..' ' Mattkrn's capital aut gallery. Ayer's Sarsaparilla works directly and promptly, to purify and enrich the blood, improve the appetite, strengthen the nerves, and brace up the system. It is, in the trues; this connection, for business reaaons only, but you are at liberty to give my name and address to any fellow-suffe- r, owo him." or any one interested in the "Why aro you so much afraid You cause of humanity. met him yesterday and shook hands with Finelife-siz- e Treatise on mood and Skin Diseas- him." portraits in crayon, oil, "Yes; but It was different then." and water colors. Having engaged a es mailed free Specific "Why sol" The Swift Co., Drawer first-claartist, I 'am now prepared 3, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 V. "Because I had on old clothes yesterday, My dear but have on a new suit to make from life or old pictures, 23d St. fellow," affectionately taking his friend's permanent bromide portraits on the arm, "nothing can rival a new suit in the Bridgeport. paper mattor of inviting duns. If you owe a man, ho thinks it is your duty to wear sackcloth Wishing to introduce these porEggs scarce. and ashes until you pay him." Arkansaw traits, I will offer them at half price Gobblers scared. Traveler. during the holidays. I can with perThe Value of Clean Linen. Winter in earnest. fect confidence recommend them as Fox himself was not so particular as Joe J. Parrent's infant is quite ill. regarded his personal appearance as being both beautiful and permanent, giving finer results than any other Several wises of diphtheria reported were many of his Quaker followers. He was careful to be ulways neat and that pictures. In order to avoid the rush in this vicinity. before the holidays, call early and seMrs. Martha Jackson, who hits been his linen was spotless, and there, so far as he was concerned, the matter ended. cure one of these portraits. See speci- quite .ill for some days, is heller. Once, shortly after the commencement mens at We need better singing in our of his mission, his fondness to-dass to-daself-impos- atr. M. G. Shannon, of Versailles, and Miss Lizzie Marshal), ofthis city, willl be married at the Catholic Chuuch, on Wednesday next, at 4J o'clock, p. m. ITOlliWP srawI do not wish my name to appear in by the medicine known as S. S. S. A Philosopher. "Come, let's cross tho street," said a man to a friend with whom bkj was walking. . "I don't wont to meet that fellow Bpigget I - :.t;: $?&&&$ As 3 sense, an alterative medicine. Kwry invalid should give it a trial. Forks of with malarial ISXkiaorai. Daniel Boone has arrived. Mr. George Metz is still quite sick fesTer. considerably better. Mr. Dudley Hackney and wife, of Missouri, are here visiting relatives. Mr. J. L. Bristow, .f Covington, Ky., paid us a short visit last Wednesday. Mr. Robert Frazier returned from Hot Springs, Arkansas, last week, very much improved in health. Mrs. Wash, mother of Mr. Jesse Wash, who has been quite sick, is Flo-rian, Pleasant Church. The teachers of the Forks Mission Sunday-schomet with Miss Bettie Jones last Tuesday evening Mr. James Greenup and wife, of Frankfort, spent last Sunday with his father, Mr. Henry Greenup. Jim-mi- e is now a traveling salesman for the firm of F. A. Gerst & Co., wholesale notions, Louisville, Ky. ol Horn, to the wife of Mr. Lou. on the morning of the 17 inst., a son Dudley Burdeu. The skating rink at Wooodlake is in a nourishing condition and the members are having line fun. The ordination of Hro. F. M Morgan took place last Saturday at Mt. A Timely Rescue News, of Sept Most Fearful Death. From a ease, Cancer: Some five years ago a barber accidentally cut my lower lip while shaving me. The pain was very slight and for some time I hardly gave it a passing thought. Finally it assumed the condition of a wart, which refused to heal entirely with all my efforts in that direction. I went to one of the leading physicians in Philadel phia, who treated me three months for cancer and sent me home cured, us he said. But I was apprehensive. I was told by a prominent physician of Wilmington that'I would surely die of cancer. About this time I heard of the wonderful cures effected by Swift's Specific, known as S. S. S. I was suffering with perfect nervous prostration. After I had given S. S. S. a fair trial this all disappeared, and I felt like myself again. cific medicine regularly for several months, and before I could realize how it came about I was a new man felt again In fact I was cured'-ue- ver better in ray life, aud from that time up to the present I have never felt the least evidence of a return of my old trouble. The cancer disappeared over a year ago, but I refrained from making the euro public before this, as I wished to be certain isthat I was perfectly cured. Mv condition normal I have none of those annoying symptoms which followed every other treatment used. I honestly believe that I have been cured of one of the worst afflictions that can be visited upon the human family, and The Wilimington (Del.) Morning 8th, 18G, gives the following history of a prominent business man's plucky fight and terd rible experience with that feared disand always-to-b- e much-dreade- I continued to take the Swift's Spe- Edmund Clayborno Briggs' ancestors had toiled for a livelihood, for they were an ignorant people mid did not know any better. He was engaged in trying to overcome this inherited dciiro for industry this strange, morbid yearning for something to do. His success thus fur had been phenomenal. Still he hoped to accomplish even greater things in that direction. His dress was that of a young man born on American soil, but who had tried to conceal tho disgusting and terrible fact from the'oye of tho world. His pantaloons Vero worn'flotf-in- g in tho legs, and glossy across the seat!i Ail that he had dono thus far in lifo had booh in tho sjdentary line. Ho was proud 'of the fact that lib hands wero not hardened by"low, coarse toil. Some had claimed that there were bunions on his brain where was located, but that was only an idle rumor, and this is no place for anything of that vicinity. kind. How soiry ho for those who wore Mr. S. O. Roberts had one of his American shoes feltNew York bats! As he and ankles badly mashed, about a week stood lenningugainst a fence, feeling a strange since, by a horse, from the .effects of yearning lor suniutuing iuuro uciimie, uo which he has su tiered very mucl . looked down at his own English made shoes, Messrs. Johnnie Parreut and Will with their fat and "puhsy" apparance, their in tho middlo and tho'r wide, overMarrsand Misses Susie McBrayeranti droopchoked look. felt of fed, Ada Gaines, of Alton, were the guests pimplo and looked Ho tho stars,his youngest which wero at of Miss Alma ScolL'ld last ri.ituiday just coming out ono by one. aim sunuuy. Wo will leave him there a few moments "We reprirt from the Nutter and while wo pass on to briefly descrlbo a young thing named Vaseliuiu Coiffure, who stands Emerson sale, November 10th: per head; cows, from in tho bay window patiently waiting for us to do so. Bhe is not neglecting her other work, 20 to $28 per head; fat hogs, $0.5 no sho Sho per cwt.; corn, SI. 00 per bbl ; and however, for bornhas be other work.though feels she to loved, and that sho was nay, 11 per stack. has been out of a job a good deal of tho time, Mrs. Rosa Jenkins, Mr. Wm. Sco-liel- d that is her business. To lovo and bo loved is and Mr. S. O. Roberts were her aim in life. She loves Edmund with all the deep, summoned to Bagdad last Sunday, torrent of her intense nature. Bhe Nov. 14th, 188(1, to attend the funeral of their little niece, Lovie Hieatt, is like him, for she dislikes those who perfather was a toiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. spire. 'Her85, ho is an old man. and now, at tho ugo of Hieatt. Sho will take warning and shun the mad The Kinkead sale occurcd last maelstrom in which ho bos wrecked his young Saturday according to advertisement. life. Sho shudders as she thinks of it. Sho Articles offered brought fair prices. recoils. It costs her an effort, but sho One sorrel mare, 140; one brown Sho then stands on tho other foot mare, 100; one bay horse,107; cows, awhllo as sho peers through tho gloaming. Let us look at her for a moment as she from $J0 to 40 per head; sheep $4.10; corn, 1.00 per bbl.; hay, 12 per peers through said gloaming. Her brow is stack. The farm was purchused by low, and it looks still lower, because she wears her hair tossed wildly over it in little, Mr. O. H. Julian at 04.00 per acre. flaky, fluffy giblets of redness, while at the A contract for the construction of a back of her head it is caught up into an insection of railroad 3 miles to con- flamed doughnut and held in place by a tin nect Pineville, in Bell county, with dagger. Her throat is long and flexible, mid the L. &.N., in Knox county, huving the poiso of her hood,' which she wears at the been awarded Messrs. Miller and upper end of her swan like throat, is first Wade Bros., of this place, those gen- rate. The air is ono of disdain. Sho bass taking tlemen left a few days since, together haughty way ofcelling out her gum aud socking it with 40 hands, for that section to duchess in on thospirits. that reminds ono of a comply with their contract. May Sho now good changes back to the other foot, success attend them. and looks yenrnfully out through tho gatherHer attitude is one which a ing night. D painter might long strive to portray on In this city, on Thursday. November 18th. 1888. canvas and fall to catch. Her dress is cut so Mxooik, lnfuiit daughter of John and JobIo Steph- as to conceal her shoulder blades as far as ens, of membranous croup, aged .7 months. possible, and sho wears large wooden buttons self-esteeYear-lingsteers.l.flO re-col-ls. week. Georgie, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover, died last Saturday, Nov. lyth, 188U, of diphtheria. Capt. George Sudduth, who has been very ill for several weeks, is some better. Mr. Jas. P. Sargent, who has been in Louisville for some time, engaged in business, is at home, necessitated by a severely mashed finger. Mr. Morgan Jenkins, a former resident of tills place and brother of Mr. John Jenkins, sr., died at his home in Shelbyville last week. The Bridgeport and Terry schools have been suspended on account of the prevalence of diphtheria in the : Four commonwealth eaes were utaspt'cial term of Esqr. J. B. tried y) Ff vK. v ill K'sYul I Russell's court last Monday. ' A TALE OF THE NOW. About 3i or 40 persons have emii grated from this town and immedi- An American Story by an American Author Using American Ingredients. ate vicinity during the past month. Tho glorified aud inflamed west was just fa SM Mr. and Mrs. Thos Farmer are on deepening into rosy twilight, and tho eastern to relatives ii Owen and Gala visit hills were in the act of peeling bff their ruddy robes for tho night, when a well dressed latin counties. Englishman of American descent might have We are not to consider a thing been seen wending his way in a northeasterly VAil; l vJzUi wtv' v't-- o oft wrong because our direction, regardless of the gathering night. prevents us seeing as our neighbor. Ho was tull, lithe and pimply in the exRegular services at South Benson treme, with a large, wistful, dowy eye. Tho A Pi sicton is Called. thn same Church y and at 11 other eyo was ulsoln Claybomo condition. a His Tho servants rush in. Thoy fleo awayu name was Edmund Briggs, doo'clock a. m., each day. terror. A physician is called. Ho finds that mesticated Englishman from Massachusetts. ' man; but, aside from tho celluloid head of Edmund's cano has Mr. Joseph Robinson and wife vis- Ho was a that, ho had uover done anything reprehen- spontaneously combusted whilo in his mouth ited relatives in Lawrenceburg last and carried with it Edmund's entire Intel; sible. I Jr. churches. Wu never fully appreciate our friends until they are taken from us Col. P. C. Towles has been in Louisville on business this week. To be ashamed of ones occupation i to be ashamed of the gifts with which God has endowed us. pected. Anon Edmund scats himself. It is his normal condition. In his hand ho holds a cane with a white celluloid head to it. How he envies the enne. Thoughtfully he leans forward with tho wholo white top of the stick immersed in hi3 mouth. Ho is just about to speak when there is a sharp, resonant explosion, a dull cry of alarm from Vasclinia, the smell of gun cotton, camphor, hair oil, dam- ugnl ideas and escaping gas. bornT Tho night has almost instantaneously grown "' intensely dark, It is as dark as the interior of a benighted Ethiopian. Tho wind is sighing through the trees, and seeking out the belated gentleman whoso underwear has been ' worked up into a rag carpet. f "And will he never, never comef" mux-nun's Vasellnia as she sits on ono of her feet on the loungo and hums a low refrain, en- titled "Clinibingup tho Golden Stair." Tho bell now reverberates and Edmund enters. Thoy looked into each other's eyes, but all is vacancy thero. It is what thoy exk on the points of her elbows, so that Bhe1 yrifl" not scratch the'marble top dressing case whea',, sho leans on it in order to ponder a few ,', hours over the interrogatory, "Why was I ' m t r.H5 v ' for clean linen did him good service. Being arrested at Partington, ostensibly as a vagrant, but in reality because he was suspected of being a Royalist spy, , he shook out all the linen in tho bundle he carried to satisfy the magistrate that he had no letters or papers. Convinced as to this, the justice ordered him to bo set at liberty, remarking that no vagrant would have such clean linen. London Society. mMf B'w It, &T- CiSOu km A:ftr7; short-sightedne- ss to-da- bcll'-niad- o lectuul dome. Tho pbysieinn looks all over tho room, and oven ixjors under the sofa for p irthn-- , of tho young nau'H think retort, but h'l not successful. At last he is forced to tell Viisclinla that Edmund cannot recover.1 Two years havo now passed, and mother hius removed from the carpet, with tho aid of gasoline, every vestige of Edt. tnuud's inmost thoughts, but Voselinia is still unwed. Wo should learn'ffom this that we cannot make a more judicious present to a galvan ized. young Englishman than a celluloid top cune, for he may try to cut his teeth on it, in which' cabe ho might make a spatter-wor- lt dado on the wall with what ho has tried td palm off on tho public for brains. Bill Nye in Boston Globe. v A Hargaln. Jack (displaying his feet) What do you think of those shoes; only $5. Did you ever , hear of anything so cheap? Mrs, Jack Never. How can they sell 80 much leather for so little money I Life. .1i. , 'J VasqUnja's - ' "Oh, Mr. Smith," said a young lady at a,1 church fair, "I want your help for a mo, ment." "Certainly," replied Mr. Smith,"whafe can Idoforyou!" "I have just sold a tidy1 for $15 that cost fifteen cents, and' I want you to tell me what percentage that is" "A transaction of that kind, my deaf Hiss B.," said Mr. Smith, who is a lawyer, "gets out of oercentajre and into larceny. ' ' ' Tho Wasp. t A Slga of Prosperity. Ecclesiastical Percentage. A New York paper declares that th country must be mora prosperous thii year than it was last year, because more people are getting marrioH The Lime Klla Club. Shindig Watkins announced that be had lately received several letters of inquiry asking if the initiation fee of of the club had been increased during tho last year. He was answered that it still remained at the same old figure fifty cents but In caso a member desired a certificate- an additional fco of fifty These certificates are cent! was charged. Oxltl in sizo and aro filled out with red, black and bluo ink. Thoy not only look picturesque hanging up in tho parlor of a bouse on which tho rent is paid regularly in advance, but when carried in the pocket thoy closely resemble a $1,000 certificate of stock in a western silver mine. - VMi CIRCULAR. DIK On motion of Waydown Beebe, and after considerable discussion of the matter, the secretary was instructed to mail a circular to all branches and honorary members setting forth the fact that any-onfound guilty of believing in Wiggins' prophecies of earthquakes and cyclones would bo requested to tender bis resignation. Such belief will be taken as evi denco of either insanity or idiocy, and bellev- ers will bo treated accordingly. f After tho transaction of routine business ot importance to the publlo the meeting no Detroit Free Press. e d. ' . u ' ? f "i y rr k .' iki "k i Lktt&dtad&gawta - !qr,W,S' FUMIl' a i 7m i. t LWMMmwwiiiiilMiHlilMaiMMii ...' j, TiimWiVt. 'lur.lmftoirittirfi.', i m mtr finitu i 'iii" mm r Mi' j'iTuiri.y.rH nrMtfiAyA1ifrfifatfMAtf&'aiiL ii ni .nt.t..Jti4. i jjAriliyisitflmlmiytili8StiiiriSliife ;. i j a ii iia iwiniirii wiimnt m iiimpi niiiim hiii nn i i n i iiii iiiii i m i t- - m i t m mm w . - --b riMMiWMtatf pppfliOippk. pV mmmk pppa HpBpIp. mkm kHk1 WILL BUY AT BlluTHEnVi WINnR I iHwawiaiwjuM 00T Brace Up. OR 3H OE time That will astonish you, either for ladies or gentlemen. It will save youCaps, and money by calling upon them and School Books, Stationery, &c, is as selecting your supplies for the coming winter. Their stock of Hats and complete as the market will afford. .imiujucmtmvTvu.iaa FtUNKFORT H0UNDA1WUT. FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER SiO, JoXniT. Raymond. This inimitable comedian will bo the attraction offered by the Opera House management next Monday evening, Nov. 22d. Mr. Raymond will present, for the first time in Frankfort, his latest successful creation of Samuel Bundy in David Lloyd's new and original ecccentric comedy "The Woman Hater." The popular verdict of. this exceedingly funny comedy is that in it Mr. Raymond has found a worthy successor to his world famous play of "Col. Mulberry Sellers." Mr. Raymond in a new play and supported by a strong comedy organization is sure to meet with his success, and we predict a large fashionable and enthusiastic audience next, Monday evening at the 1880. Rev. Thus. N. Arnold is holding a protracted meeting ut Oakland, in Scott county. The usual Thanksgiving services .will bo held Tliursday morning at 11 o'clock, at the First Presbyterian and Episcopal Oil u relies. .- -- I). L. Sublett has resigned his position as .Resident Engineer in rliarge of the Kentucky River Improvement. Col. You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines or bitters which have for their basis very cheap, bad whisky and which stimulate you for an hour and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore yo'ur vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 kSSSft Knn Is Ilia B:st 'Waterproof Gce! E7Cr Don't waste yemrmonev on npini ormbcrmot Tho FIPII PKAXT) FLICKrr Lmpfl lt.1 lse bovt iiab'tfiiuteiytrwriimii'fn'f runor.nnaviii kpi you (Jrv m tiio unmet Kurni TRADB HARK. AlClortlio'TISH KKAND" sucMiitnnil tako no oilier. If lour turckcrpon'oc nm!in'. pwl lnrilTntlvi iMln"Mnto A ! TOHTlt StPItnmn'nM Hnii. Vii" rrnulno nn1 M. , liolio"nit ozl Rev. W. J. Lucas, a divine of the Methodist Church, will preach at the North Benson Church the fourth Sunday in this month, at 11 o'clock. I For rent. The brick house oppo- site the depot, belonging to V Kal- tf. tenbrun. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 22,1 Main street, See Gray & Church's big line of opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. Under the new time table of the hue Butcher Knives, fM-t- f L. & N. Railroad, which went into Go to Gray & Church on Main To the Voters of tlic Second effect Monday, tho morning train street for cheap tin ware. from Louisville arrives here at 10:13 Ward. . instead of 10:20: tho afternoon train TIip muleraignpd roppot fully announces Meat Cutters and Sausage Grinders liiinnclf non ciuullcluto for ns from Lexington arrives at 2:15, and ut Gray k Church's, iSM Main St. Councilman in tiio Second Ward, ut the the afternoon train from Louisville 188(5. Lard Cans and Butcher Knives, election December 4tli, arrives here at 3:20, meeting tho west LEWIS MANGAN. hound O & O. train at this point, tho best, at Gray it Church's, on Main FOR COUNCILMAN. Street Tho time of thu morning train from II. II. WATSON, lUCllAUl) FKIUilTSON and L. TOlilN (iroliereb) announced as candiGray & Church have the best .10IIN fur tho Council In the third Lexington and tho accommodation dates urd. Butcher Knives in the market. train is unchanged, but tho Sunday FOU COUNCILMAN. train from Louisville has been disconFresh Oysters, in bulk and cans, Wo are authorised to announce JOHN WILL attu candidate for Councilman tinued until next spring. very large and fat, at Day & Half's. JOHNSONWard, at the election December 4th, from the First lbcti. the-small French prunes, fresh tigs, London Opera House. layer raisins, California peaches, all Of the play the Chicago Journal kinds of nuts, Atmore's mince meat, has the following: "Tho Woman Hater" is the title of &v., at J. Hbkney'h. a new farcial comedy which John T. time Rev. W. L. McEwan, of Wilming- Raymond produced for the first liool-ey'city Sunday ton, Delaware, and Miss Lizzie Wat- in this A confirmed evening at and wealthy old son, of this city, will be married bachelor, wno has acknowledged Thursday afternoon, the 23th instant, himself as a woman hater, suddenly at the residence of the bride's mother, finds himself engaged to no less than thren of the fair sex He implores a on Wnpping street. friend to help him out of the dilticul-ty- , and tiio lriend overdoes the thing Mrs. Mary Thrashley, u lady well by hinting that tho bachelor is someknown and beloved in this commu- what insane, and all three women denity, died in Lexington, on Tuesday, serted liitu The series of incidents Nov. 10, of cancer. Her many ami- which follow lead to the unhappy private able qualities of head and heart en man being taken to aa iiiuinbea asylumby mistake. After of abdeared her to a large circle of friends isurd experiences tiio mistakes are and relatives. unravelled and everything turns out happily. As Samuel Bundy, "The The Woman's Exchange of the Woman Hater," .wr. Raymond is Methodist Church will bu open, as peif'ectly at home, the character beof that eccentric description foi usual, this morning, in the counting-roo- ing which he is so admirably qualifor of the Yeoman oilico. Those fied. He assumed the roll most wishing delicacies should calland purand kept the audience in a chase from these ladles. If what you constant state ot meiriment. The Helen Tracy, want is not on hand, leave your orders support was excellent, Everham and Octavia Alien, J. B. and they will be tilled. William cullington being especially : o good in their respective parts The Chief of the Fire Department, A. II. house was crowded, and the comical McClure, received a telegram Mon- dialogue and situations were received A well with day morning from Miij. Ed. Hughes, house hearty laughter evening. filled was present last Chief of the Louisville Fire Department, requesting the loan of one of Remember the fact that J. Heeney the steam tiro engines to supply the keeps the best and freshest fruits for placq of one of those injured by the ex- cakes, etc., as he only handles them plosion of gas in a cistern in that city, during the holidays. on Saturday night. The new Aureus The Frankfort Orchestra will give engine, the E. II. Taylor, Ji, was a grand Thanksgiving hop at Weit-zel- 's sent down Monday afternoon. Hall, on Thursday evening next, Rev. C. II. Green, of the Southern the 23th lust. Baptist Theological Seminary at Kngage your oysters and celery for Louisville, Is in tho city and is can Thanksgiving dinner at vassing for the "Senium.? and AdJ. HEkxky's, dresses of Dr. John A. Iiroaddus."1 South Side. We hope that all our citizens who . . can do so will subscribe for this Fon Runt, Oilico rooms oppowork. It is the product of one of site Court House. Apply to Alvin the broadest and most cultivated Duval I Sr. minds In this country, and will reFresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, pay any one for outlay necalso line celery at J. IIkkxuy'h. essary to purchase the work. . . s. m com-mendabl- - Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt M. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Havingreeently added to hit- KftnblUhment SklnKruptions, and positively cures is guarPiles, or no pay required. It First-Cla- ss IMjinJiip MH1 centsa bottle at Jos. IeCompte's drug anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or ;) store. money refund$l. Price 25 cents per Is now prepared to furnish nil klndf of box. For sale by Joe LeCompte , . . Chase & Sanborn's Standard Java BUnds-IhuneMoldi The highest market price given for Suh, Soon. coffee, roasted. The best in the V fresli potatoes by Mastin Bros. world, at Day & Haff's ALSO . Wanted. 5,000 bushels of IrMi Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning For Rent. A house of seven potatoes, Mastix Bhos. rooms; second door below WashingGotten out In tho best Mylo. prepare Now is ton, on Broadway. Apply to R. M. wsp and the time toweather. for the Muyl5-tf- . Go to nipping Aldridge. tf. uray it Church and get a handsome For Sa.m;. I offer for sale two Orient Heater. good English setters that are not pedqHE PUBLIC ISllElfEBVNOTlFirn THAT t igreed, but good hunters 1 hate liouuht rmin Jlrs. Adilk (.at rttt. of K. Vlutcslifci.. dawsid, his entire' L. 13. Marshall. Interest In the Bucklen's Arnica Salve TiK RkstSaia'K in the world for SEW PLANING MILL. J. WAKEFIELD - s, NOTIGE! W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the tyle of tha firm will bo ndniln-Istr.itr- lx m stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, w.ill receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 22$ Main fW-t- f. street. Farmers having real good butcher Furniture and Undertaking disorder, torpid lUer, p.th'liibatknrslde.etu; Mlpiitlnn, etc . nt'L'W ct m ;ip tiitxl. Ono doi ofttron-j'Snatlvo Pills will give irllw. AIoitueH rectum u i.i w health and vigor. Jf 'out of jnrtV v, :. i hendarhp, stnntnel Children And haTO o!d onolialt Interest In my busln&s to . m Cure for Piles y Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose has sone ejection of tho kidneys or neighboring FOR PITCHER'S organs. At times, symptoms of in digestion are present, flatulency, un easiness of the stomach, ect A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to the application oi Dr. Bosauko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing tho Tumors, allaying the Centaur Liniment, is the most intense itching, and effecting a perWonderful Pain-Curtho manent cure. Price 50 cents. AdWorld has ever known. dress, Tho Dr. Bosanko Medicine rZHZL2B3S Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & er s STATEN & DEEONEY Anil the business will bo continued tit the old stand of Whltesldes & Slaten, Ko. U18 si. Clair May tf J As. T. sTa ftN. ! RECEIVBD feloria Fish, Oysters, AND GELRRY! FRESH. BY Chiles. Wbea Baby mi sick, m gftre her Cattorlft, When she wm Child, she cried for Cutoria, When the became Uiit, she clung to CMtorfc, When aba bad Children, eh garo them CMtcrU, JnTL ))lfOl 1 weitzel'bros. R. ROGERS -- DE.VLE1UN FURNITURE, COFFINS, &G. .5 trad lo riicuinoiil;i,( oii'.umpilon or other fatal rtl iiv". Btronnr'oPoctoraH-illi oil a by niiiu'ic. lirtiiliiiislorriyqpfptln.lii dcuiou, sick hcAduWio as thousands testify. Tanger! A it.'j'uiv.'il rolriorroup may A SPECIALTY. 227 1 MAIN STREET. FRANKrORT, KT All the latest st)le furniture constantly In stock. May Wv. TO WE PUBLIC. PUltCHASKD THE HAVING ot Mr. .1. E. Kknt, 8T0CK OF ciniur Stcoinl an Shelby stretn. South Frankfort, I prupo&u to kee a nice stock of GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. COUNTRY PRODUCE. COMPLETE LINE OF Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and nil Kinds of 8 firoi-er-r and In fact eviTjtlilnt; kept In n Store 1 Imlto the attention of the people of Frank count v iiinlmoropaitieulailj th fort uiiil Fr.mklln pt'oiileot South Frankfort, whonlllllnilinvlocatlou pulfe a convenience, and I hope by close uttt ntlon to business and fair dwllmj to receive it portion oi thu bubllc patronage. (loodi delUered promptly In any part of tho clti . (iho me a cull and bo convinced. flrst-el.i8- Shirts Made to Order aug'28-O- Very Respectfully. JOHN h. JONKM. South Frankfort, Ky. tmmmmitmmmmmmmmmm & t' AlX il FBft . J. .vv ' r CAPITAL ART GALLERY ! H. O, MATTERN, Prop'r$ Main Slm;t, Over Cmlcher & Slnrks' Wliili' Hall Cliiihing House. mMW(WMMMHM9Hi KlUNKKURT ROUNDABOUT. that alitterf Gilded tombs do WOS'lBlg in not gold R. K. McCLURE Is Back from the EAST and is now receiving daily his enfoXd. ;$ ac- to - - M.. rfc. !lv v. v -- . y unwor-- 1 regard K. P. Trabuea thv to sail uixler the oanuors yi ine Christian ministry. I am not willing (t he responsible lor the support 61'such men in the ministry. The of Union county Christians fully and fairly tried him; and tliuy uii'inimotHly decided and in their minutes that his services are "unacceptable" for the ministry. They could have .said he is a great injury to such a hnl calling. Since quitting ih, Trabue lias been lie proin business in Paducah fessed to have partners, which win notttue. If he wants to straighten up matters he might go to Paducah and begin lie could have paid the debts contracted the! a, for he left this county with a hundred and live dollars. With the-- e matters set right, and a hearty repentance for lying and other Kins, 'Tratnio might become useful V. L. Butlku. Jar the ministry. . In clearing away thu rubbish on the river bank to lay the foundation for the retaining wall at the north end of the St. Clair Street Bridge, Tuesday afternoon, the workmen found one buckskin and three pocket-booktwo leather One of them had two round trip railroad tickets in it, from Midway to this city and return, dated October (J, 188K- - They weie evidently stolen from some of the visitors to this city on Centennial day t, rilled of their conby a tents and thrown over the fence on the river bank. - m Messrs. Barrett & Jleinier obtained a judgment, on Saturday, against (Jleorge Knight, of the "Over the Garden Wall" Company, forSSo, for violation of his contract to play in this city on Friday evening of last week The suit was brought in Louisville by Mr. Ed. F. Trabue, Attorney at Law. A prominent Republican of thiseity ways, that the party will bring out a candidate for the Legislature, and will make an active canvas of the rounty, and promises the Democratic nominee a red hot race. to-da- P. TlJAlltM: AS UK IS. Several weeks njjo we published a romplhiientiu'y notice of one VI. P Tniluu', tit the. request of n friend, not knmvi.ltfsuiythitijr of the piirty in question. Since that time wo have shown the following extract from a communication in the Apos tolic Guide: T desin- to say to the public that I . 15. - FALL & WINTER STOCK of - FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. - j 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. f. 25-t- BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF- - Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, Manufacturer nnd Dealer in &C. STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. &0. and Agricultural Machinery. DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blacksmithingr, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Jno. X- STILL AHEAD -- 33-u.cfele- 3r Agent for Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lewis St., Near tho River, I3"SEND FOR PRICE LIST. ATIes: K boil: iS ZEZbTO - inTZE: --AJIXTJO srois. I ana Ky. WITH THE- - II s, Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in HHffi III 1 DE. W. OF I KELLEY, CINCINNATI, OHIO, WILL BK AT ZENTUOKY'S EOUTE EAST u,taare,kiti!3 -- AND- THE lin, -- A- FOlt- - FHILADELFRIA THE ONLY LINE i DEW 111 CAPITAL HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT, KY.. Having Pullman Kew Sleeping Cars ron pick-pocke- Fancy Goods! Of nil descriptions. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. SATURDAY, DEO. 18. 1886. HEA.4 :.5'r . SOLID rrxt.ziT FKOM The .a-'W- -- OF- stock GRATES, of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured by the Brlnkerhoil system without using tjie knifk or LiuAiuitK und without tiny puln. All cases LonisvillciCinciiinali & Le.xiiiglois FISTULA Cured without the knife or ligature. , STOVES,, ... FISSURES WASHINGTON CITY, Connect'iiB In same depot with last trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Brass Goods, Coal Hods & Vases, And nt prices that cannot be duplicated, ever seen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't forget the place. fHBSffigW Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER AND RECTAL CATARRH. Diseased conditions that produce consumption und moht of the chronic discuses, LYNCH HURU, JNO. T. BUCKLEY, St Clair Street. UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by n diseased bowel, also trcuted. DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL 1'OINTS IN Most Excellent. Tenn., writes: ''My family and I are benellcinriiwof your mot excellent medicine, Dr. KintfVt New Disfound cover to be all that you claim for it, desire it to its virtue. My friends to to whom i have recommended it, praise it tit everv opportunity." Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption is guaranteed to cure Cough, Colds, Uronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affection of the Throat, 'hot and LungH Trial Dottles free at Jos LeCompte'.s Drug B Htore. Large size SI. 00. forCon-umption;liavin- MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN PRURITUS, Itching Piles, Can also be cured If not too late, us the Itching Is only a symptom of the disease Unit exists In tlin lower bowel. REFERENCES. W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort. HICltAUI) FEHGISON Frankfort. J. M. WITHHOW. Frankfort. Pamphlets descnblng these diseases sent free to any one by addrtsslng ii A niiin Binnirir r.i your nearest For tickets and further Information apply to tlcket-oil.ee. W. W. lONJlOE, Div. Pnss'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. H. AV. J. J. Atkins, g Chief of Police, Knox--v'lle- , Fanning Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, ISO. 4c, &c, VV. S3S AN IV STREET, I. KELLEY, , 376 West Seventh St C3T Dec. 2My. !., Choice Cincinnati, 0, M. a W. C. WICKHAM, '2d Vice PreBident. FULLER, Gen. Pasa. Agt- - Coal Cheap. 3(5. tef-tif- CONSULTATION FREE. KINDS ALL family use. Kentuoky and MoSHERRY k A Grain Drills, J- I. 0. 0. F. LEE A. OWEN, N. (1. DOUBLE SCREENED Puunpi Delivery, Full Weight, liottiim Prices. IVlpphoue cuiiiificlion No. Dec.8-f- . reakingPl ws, O.d Hickory Wagons MiIIb. "A1'ITAL LODGE. NO. 0, MEETS EVEHY MON-V- y day night Visiting brothers cordially Invited. GEO. B. MACI2LI1T, FRANKFORT, KY. Japfp .Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters, Cider general assortment of Unrdwaro; '' full An Efficient Remedy In All eases of Bronchial and Pulmo nary Auuctions is Aykk'8 Giikkky Pkcjokal. A.HMicliitb recognized and stock of HnrncsB nnd Saddlery; send Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue Ghibb, &c. E2TPRICES GUARANTEED LOW. Attorney-at-LaATTOBNWY A.T LAW. FJt A "" p.'ttT major," SKFOKT, KY,, It. William, Sec. April 17-t- f. WM. CROMWELL w AND household remedy. It is u preparation that only requires to be taken in verv miiiiII quantities, and a few doses of it administered in tho early hta;;es of-s- ' colli or cough will effect n hpeedy euro, and inuv. vcrv possibly, have life. Thero is jio doubt whatever that invaluable' ircscribcd by tho medical profession, und ii manv thousands of families, for thu oust fort v rears. It has been regarded as tin L. F. Comitoh. W. C. Macklik. FOR SALE OR RENT. this OF THE A SHALL FARM one 70 ACRES, LYING ON from Oncnton pike, mile and a quarter city, Oct.Si-t- PltAOTICE IN WILL l'ltiuklln, Carroll,THE CIItCUIT COURTS WILL (iallatln, ilooue, Owen und Grant counties. In tho Court of Appeals, and In tho r. lederal Court. aijj-t- C0x1PT0N -- & MACKLIK, PUACTICE IN CO HUTS OF and the udJoluliiK counties, nnd lllsll DIH klMU'lllI lllll ,it:.i .7. .1 '. and sale ot real utate, collection of rmts, claims, and the negotiation of loans. Ollice opposite 11111 Court-hous- e. Heal Estate Agent, THE 25 ly. I'KOl'ItlKTOHS Elkhorn Boiler HAVE THK f hultuule for a dairy farm. Millsl W.T.UAINUS. Apply to JAS. A. VIOLETT, June Ayer's Cherry Pectoral fL'I.l, Has preserved the lives of great numbers of persons, by nrrestinjj the development of thu euro of those danj,'crouH maladies. pit HhouHl be kept ready for use in every fainllv where there tire children, an it is a mrdli'ino far superior to all others in the treatment of Croup, tho alleviation of WhoopiiigCougli, and thocuroof Colds and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing witli all diseases of this class is of the utmost Importance. TIhj loss of n single day may, In many cafies, Mitail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful efllcacy, while tho malady Is constantly gaining u deeper hold, hut take at oucu the speediest and most certalu to cure, Luryngltis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, and Pulmonary Consumption, and bv Roller System, AND MANUFACTI'JIK- Blue Grass Nurseries. FOR FALL OK 1886. A FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Trees, (irapevlnes, Small Fruits, Asparagus H. F. HILLENMEYER. A ttorney at Lau FRANKFORT, KY., PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Un 14-t- f. DR. J. S. COLLINS, IDJCjSTTIST, use of Nltrouse Oxide (or Iuujrhlnt?) - Six of the best grades of the best Flout made in the world. Offlce WILL and adjacent counties. OFFICE I'lants, and everjthliitf usually found In bticli an stairs, over judge P. U. llnjor's ollice. Aug. ebtubll.slimcnt. Our prices areas low as wo sell direct to tliu planters, having no agents. All claiming to bo such ure frauds. Catalogues on application to Oct. mar.JOtf bum. and wareroom on Uroailway, opposite Jwi.2 lHHtf-l- Lexlngtlon. Ky. MARRIAGE GUIDE :.i TuTlir re "w i tl. m SM" exe- F. C. HTJCHES, General Insurance Agent, Office on Main St., Opposite -- BEEN APPOINTED HAVING the late btrother Pierce, all persons kti'iwlm; themselves Indebted to him will pleuse come forward und settle ut once, and all those lmvliiK claims utpiliiht iho esUto of said decedtnt are notllied to present the same, properly proven, JOHN S. PIERCE, .Ut.. for settlement. '" .'-- !. iii,. ...., M;rr,. THK nillCK COTT.(IK. four rooms, an NO G08 MAINSRKET, J nil re.isonable conventulnhiR iences. This propertyls now occupied by Sirs. Kate Mitlioney, and iiohhubsIoii cannot bet'lven until the Farmer' Bank. Administrator "r,"1Ju,"1"enm know. wh5 not, "wl,?," fdl"T AA.'i ,H SS?,"," to jou. 0 W..drf.l rtk ?im!RE8. tu,' """--MiiviAdii itn. si. Lou I. Mo - .. vwa vriiii ..i. ""S""!1 " I "iiir.ii.iirriovtr. jar. 'juiHonkmn vaui REPRESENTING- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, pr. J. PREPARED nY loth of next April. For terniH of kuIc apply to L. U. or DEN. MiJtSHALL. 15 Leadins Americas and Foreign -- Coapani, WEAKIUNDEVELOPED jH'f S, Ml . WITH OVB- H- C C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggist. Job Work neatly cuted at tliis offlce. un Trr thu Onlhw i'mirrvtin ntm POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- erty at lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of tittfhlv tiiittit Hfj, iiitHrHHii) rmnn niHy tfwi wrttfr mm tfirtnnii,rs ut nt1tr'lii Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point rirpnlr irivinr tMiK Apr.i7-ly- . ki Great llrlttaln or Ireland. ijwwrw $100,000,000.00 1 ASSETS. rt" fttwun it, h nth Nn H"M'I),Hp ihhii tirrmtfmiU ym'UMin t tun- mti in our t niwr hi iiilv ut rnini w wtM "y Pint iliMfH j no MvhtMiwM or hnminitf 'i WllTPMI. Arc iicrfcctl.v ft tiwllt" ! ivJwuasjiiiRn,' tw 1 lM n. 4iiu In- - A SaaLiU