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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886112701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'tSPWWWK'. V . , ' .'.'-'-- . - -- rFJW-' -, i itry Jfr s Fhe Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. NHi DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X. FRANKFORT, KY., NOVEMBER 27, 1886. Number 11. ' if.- - TRADE CONTINUES our stock of U UMBATED HATS, YIM! enormous. h FALL AN D WINTER UNDERWEAR We have it in all grades and colors. Prices amazingly low. HATS, r ? .. t. HATS, HATS, Large stock of the leading styles. Call and see them; they cannot fail to please you. IP YOU WANT A SUIT OP CLOTHES MADE OP THE BEST MATERIAL, And in the latest style, come to us. You know what you are, but do not know what you may be made by calling on HUDSON, HUMPHRIES $ CASSELL. fc EVERYBODY 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 are hard and money is scarce, I will offer such inducements never known before in shis State. 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 double-barre- l I r 4 ; ;: y(i ,", One gold watch valued at $50; one silver watch valued at $25; one 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- X y - Remember, this is no humbug. I mean what I say. The above gifts will only be given away until the 19th day of You have been convinced of my generosity before. January, to commence from November 15th, 1886. Now if you want to buy anything and everything for less than ever, come and try your luck. Call and see me and you will never regret it. )'. - ',. SOX, Old Mansion House Block, Cor. Main and St. Glair Streets, and 2U' St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. LBIIS .. 1 -- -,- --- ., .... ..... .,-- - . . -- . ., , . .. , .w Tlie Centennial Records' r. A. I:. who read tho following poem in excellent style that alio com- An hundred guns on Arsenal hill, pletely captivated tho largo audience: Thundering, herald Centennial morn; The echoes rend the welkin chill, .OUR OITY OF THE DEAD. In every hollow newly born. Mich by tiiou. n. rouu. , whose week. Neighboring towns nnd country wide, 20th, 188(5, that one, Mr. And wandering nntives coino from far, character 1 can likely show up, lias Misses Scottic and Nellie Chain, Misses Conjoin to swell tho humnn tide, maliciously tried to slander me by Alice and Laura French, and Miss Annie Which floods tho streets and Cnp'tol publishing falsehoods on mo. They Sttele were entertained by Mis. Judge I'eiue this week. Squnro. can hurt my influence for a time conductor-,- , Mesrs. Nichol nmong strangers, butamongacquaint-ance- s have completed llie & Owen, Todd A thousand children grace the day sewer on stieetr I have no fears. and are now at wuik upon the till on Each ono a patriot color bearer Who is W. L. Butler of west Ken- Major street. A conquering nrmy on its way Miss Mary Forsec, of Peak's Mill, was tucky? A man whom I regard as To seize tho town nnd build it fairer. . as follows: tingentlemanly and unchristian. A the guest of Mrs. John W. Gaines Our brave old pioneer is lnid. Benevolent, industrial, man whom good brethren in west In behalf of the City of Frankfort, I ac- Hero Boone, the veteran, calmly sleeps Miss With military, civic orders, cept the Must that has been imposed, cov- - Upon those quiet, rugged steopa; Kentucky would not countenance any Day Minnie Gaines spent Thanksgiving. at Nicholasville. "p the guardianship of the CENTENNIAL United in procession, all a wolf. Before Mr. Butler more than RECORDS. These records are thoroughly He who first with courgo trod Wind through tho streets 'tween surging became jealous Misses Sue nnd Minnie Owen, the pretty of mo bespoke in the brunette sNli rs. entertained qujte a mini her representative in character. What Ken- Kentucky's consecrnted sod. borders. tucky was and is what social, commercial Tho monument that bears his nnme highest terms of my labors, telling of their friends in a ioy.il manner on, and tragic events have attended its birth Is quite enough for Frankfort's fame. the brethren that I was a second Wednesday evening. '1 he dancing conWhile far nnd near the vebrant nir and giowth and what honors and digni-tie- s Appollus, meaning by that that I had tinued till thewcesma' hours. We noticed Pulsntes with flying, martial strains; have fallen to the lot of this among the lions of ihe evening, Mr. Jas. Hero statesmen, by their country crowned, of Virginia are inseparable from the facts great power in the pulpit. Tho drum's full beat, tho cornet's blare, Smither. Pleasant Gal.iway, Tho. Deakiiis, Are resting in this hnllowed ground. and incidents of our local history. Frankd man. He Powell Nichols and Dr. Howell. Butler is a Accoidaut, sound the century's gains. fort has been the pulse of the Common- Men noted in historic page thinks what lie don't know is not That part of the Fiankfort and Flat wealth, reflecting its heart-Iat in the eager The poet, orator and sage An hundred voices swell the hymn, worth knowing. Before attacking Creek turnpike hat passes through our inaicli to honor and prosperity. These Our Johnson, famed for noble deeds, Old Hundred's grand Doxology; records, heie presented, span a period a young preacher's character, I would village is in splendid repair, owing to the The singing spreads to th' outer rim and reaching almost to the natal day of the For wise and patriotic creeds; suggest that lie go at once and set of the load. liberal road able management has a wins been This great Republic itself. They begin when Who filled with dignity and grnco, As spreads a circle on tho sea himself right before Bro. Smith nnd well managed, which accounts lor the the news of the last victory of the Revolu- In nation's rule tho second place. tion had scarcely penetrated to the remote Hero Crittenden, whose name still lives, Dr. Boswell, of Graves county, Ky., large dividends annually to the stockUnveiled eyes behold a throng, holders. A few years managers, settlements of the then western world. pay up his mnny debts and then for some unaccountable ago theand without Impalpable, above; nnd ears to our city gives; cause, They date from a time when all this valley, And honor Of super sense attend tho song come nnd we may ask him to endorse consulting the stockholders or even our ihee hoidering hills, anil the vast territory And Madison and John Adair, beyond were covered with primal forest and And Greenup, too, lie buried there. by sainted pioneers. us, but at present I have no need of town, with marvelous liberality donated town hall mile more of this wrapped in tne profound solitude of nature Grand Patriots -- truly wise and great an endorsement from his hands, un- ble road. a Munificent orgilt! Giand valuaundisturbed. They tell of a past when An elder, shrunk 'ueath weight of years, less it would be with which to kindle Bally jtesldentJ Gorgeous those who m w sleep on yonder hilt were In early years, who ruled our State. Belated in the twilight mist and treasurer! Brilliant and inimi vigorous with lusty life, and blight and gay Hero Morohead and our Letcher lio; a fire. Lcug vanished all his aged compeers, wall the i lastic spirit of youth. What they The names of such can never die. 'Endorsement!" The very idea. table direvtois! Ever grateful Bellepoiutl O. did, and ow thry planted here the seeds Here Talbot, Clark and Elliott sleep Hallows tho dny in name of Christ. What more do I need than the reol individual prosperity, anil how they laid ceipt with Butler's name to It, showthe foundations of our municipal giowth. is Beneath tho pines thnt o'er them weep. A sou of early, honored name, no longer a sealed book, but from this And mnny n bright, distinguished son ing that I don't owe the Oukle a Head deeply in his city's story, ponderous volume, and these interesting Hero rests full well life's labors done. November 23, 18S6. cent, and with recommendations In manly phrase recounts tho same papers and manuscripts, the thrilling story from the Christian Publishing Co., of To the Editor of the Roundabout . may be gathered. From lirst survey to present glory. And here reposo the bravo who fell klk: I desire to ask the favor 10 insert! These records represent, as you have 'Noath many n storm of shot and shell. St. Louis, Mo., I am in the field with in your paper ihe views of many voters of to aptly slated, a fount of inspiration for Another lored, ndopted son, the "war paint on;" every where I Bald Knob precinct. Having noticed an the historian, the antiquniian, and the Seo yonder marble columns rise, Kentucky's geniul laureate, go through the ereat State of Ken- article in yonr paper claiming that Balti the azure skies, bioginpher. Containing ample materials And reach towards for illustiating not only the progress of our Where carved eagles stretch their wings Whoso thoughts to flowing numbers run tucky I find a great many people dis- Knob is entitled to the next Kepresenta-ti.- e in On whom the sacred muses wait, city, they .equally form the bright silver Legislature, must satisfied with the Guide, hetu.'e I people the this precinct I feel say that the And glory's graceful statuo clings, of thread that shines conspicuous in the web indignant at have no trouble in putting in our pa- the suggestion of the party who says th.it a Sings ho the beauties of the vale, of Kentucky history. Especially do they Abovo the patriotic brave provide a rich treat for those of our citizens Who died their country's weal to save. per, Sunday-schoseries and stand Frankfurt man should represent our Its guardian hilts, the pristine phase, who have ciosstd, and are yearly crossing, And chiseled cannons seem to tell not that the geutli-miis not capaard books. The antlered deer's instinctive trail, ble of representing our precinct ar.d, the meridian of life, and are verging on the How those immortal heroes fell, The lustrous names of olden days. In conclusion, I wish to suggest to land of shadows. For it is the old wh.i but the impression that Bald Knob love most to talk of the days long ago. Until wo almost seem to hear some men who exalt themselves un- cannot muster brain and talent sufficient A daughter sings the loving part When the eye is no longer blight, when Dread Buena Vista's thundor near; der ministerial garbs, that they bud for a Representative. is Now we think mention one who Of gentle mothers, loyal wives, the blood is chilled under the Irosts of ace. And marble bugles seom to play capable; one best lay low, for we can run back over is a native of Bald Knob; one who is who and when the limbs refu-- e to do their not Who wurmed the infant city's heart, a period of thirty years and bring up ashamed of the people of his native home, office, then those representatives of the O'er those who fell at Monterey. Adorned its homes with beauteous lives. olden time delight to dwell oa the events And charging on tho foe we seo things against their character that and one who we believe the people would, of youth. It is not strange. For in every The gallant Hardin and McK.ee, not be next RepresentAll night had crackling fires burned would make their faces burn with ative. ashamed of as our of honoiiug him human bieast is implanted a hero. worship While valiant Willis, Clay nnd Vaughnn We feel desirous Beueuth greut pots of savory stew; shame. I regret that I have been Willi this office, and believe that he will be that iiioliics the athletic personalty of the past. In that lemoie period that halcyon Seem to be living there not gono; All night had cooks the muttons turned compelled to write so plainly, but an honor to iw and the people of Franklin land of the long ago the sun shone While vet'rans from the early wars say And basted a la barbecue. having written four letters to the county, would further Scott,that this gentleman, James Andrew blighter, the flowers bloomed gayer, and Show onco again their many scars. can enny 550 uttiae, an oi wiiicii nave oeen con votes in our precinct for the next Kerne there was a sweeter music in the rippling And "glory guards" and genius weeps To thousands round each ono a guest Stream and a grander ihythm in the deep signed to the waste basket, I neces .tentative. As the centennial is past, we No price confronts the rich, the poor flowing river, than will ever come again to Where Theodoro O'Hara sleeps. would like sarily have to speak out in behalf of of the secondto be favored in theA b ginning A cordial welcome to the best; the senses of the aged. In these pages you centurv. Votek. tho dead my numerous friends and myself. If intrust to the city's charge, ret an bun- This is our city of The city holds an open door. dled vears of municipal and personal his- - With rays celestial circumstances so demand I have a lory. What a field of storied action they This is the spot where through tho trees Nor doth the evening quench tho cheer, great deal in store that I can give to cover. Reaching from the rudely imMis3 May Cromwell Jhaa returned From towering wull, at every turn, tho breeze. the public. I close for the present. provised bark shelter to the imposing stone The angels whisper in from a visit to Lexington. From coign and urch, aye everywhere Swtet voices of tho loved and lost, edifice from the isolated log cabin to the Edwakd Pitman Tkahue. O. II. Crutcher and wife visited Whose spirits have our pathway crossed, Myriads of festal lanterns burn. acics of dwellings, stores and factories Mrs. C's parents, at Georgetown, this fiom the Indian canoe to the stately river Where from the bright elysian lands Seal week. And thousands crowd the river side steamer from the pine torch and trickling We hear tho notes of angel bands; Ladies will save money by purspiing to the brilliant gas jet and abundant The moon ubove, the moon below, to Louisville last J. R. Shaw-wen- t (eservoir they compass the combined area Where we can hear tho anthems rise chasing a Seal Sacque from us. Tuesday. At once utlout in Heaven's tide, From voices loved beyond the skies, of barbarism and civilization. t Our goods are guaranteed London And in Kentucky's underflow. The history of Frankfort is almost the And from this world look up abovo Mr. Lee of dye, and we will sell them under some personsA. Owen complains in history of loinance. Here Aaron Burr To an undying world of love, being after the hogs Across the river wizard wires, probably first enteitained his Utopian Louisville or Cincinnati prices. his fattening pen. Better look out And meet again, and see and know fccheitie ofva new empire. Here was nurWrought into figures celebrate, ll-and remember the shot guns. J. L. & W. II Waggeneu. tured an inland tr..fhe that spread to the Those who have left us long ago. Suddeuly light with mystic fires, heart of Tci.ue.ssee. Here, from bud to Rabbits are plentiful but birds are AH soldiers of the Federal army scarce. Which catching, run and scintillate; blossom, grew the thrilling eloquence of Kentuckians, this is hallowed ground; who were prisoners of war during Kowan, ol Hardin and of Menifee of No spot more sacred ever found; -- lie continued weather weRockets aspire tho stars to gain, Crittenden, and Clay and lircckimidge. And throughout every passing year the War of the Rebellion are request- nave unci c.iugnt rainy iota ol corn nus From this city were recruited the soldiers Burst at the summit of their flight, ed to apply either to Gen. D. W. shucked and" in the field. Of three wars, and their deeds of valor are This resting place becomes more dear. And glow tho moment on the pluin Lindsey, Commander, or Mr. V. fiom the bloody soil of Raisin Let no man dare to desecrate conspicuous Coal has been selling here tit 20 Of Heaven us new creation bright; ko the burning fields of Mexico. Of This spot so dear to all tho Stato, Berbericli, Adjuntant, of A. G. Bacon It is to bo hoped it will drop now. cts. cuch stuff as giew under the shadow of Post, G. A. It., for information which Oh, take no laurels from tho bravo Thence plunge to their extinguishment these lulls, were Generals and Senators It. J. Fogg and visiting Who lie in glory's honored grave. will be found of interest to them. A relatives at Paris, wife are Dick i As falling comets with fiery trains, on laud and sea, our galmade, and Tenn. lant boys are upholding the Hag of our comletter has been received from hunting- Col. Scott next read an essay upon And meteors in swift descent, mon nationality. of Pensions Black containMidst showers of sifted stur-dugrains. Miss Priscilla Graham, an aunt of In the streets of this city has been dis- the "Historic Drift Pile," after which ing said information. Mrs. Margaret Quia, with whom she played the pageantry of Kentucky's most Miss Nellie Orhison sang a beautiful Fur flies the night ere silence creeps lived' h.id her clothing catch tire last notable events whether we include the Scotch ballad, and was again encored. Along tho streets, in ball saloon, Friday from the grate?, and wassr reception of Lalayette, the burial of Daniel W. C. T. 17. Notes. MKs Nannie Browder, at the re- 'Ere fade tho lights, or restful sleops badly burned that she died Saturday Hoone, the inauguration of our Governors, State monument, or quest of the author, then read the folthe dedication of Tho Woman's Christian Temper- evening and was buried Sunday Tho town beneath the waning moon. the recent superb and crowning centennial lowing poem: ance Union will meet in the Chapel alteration. oJ this, our capital city. May we not hope Thou wake with the sun, Mr. Lee Owen has enlarged his of the Christian Church Wednesday, that. these records are hut the foundation of CENTENNIAL DAY. And greet tho forward century, Our iowth and prosperity, and that they Nov. 1st, at three o'clock p. 111. Mem- house and will hereafter keep tlrv goods, hardware Hopeful aud strong from victories won, shall' constitute the glorious youth of a bers expected to be present and visit generally needed, and other gonth that he lias not old age. Thy gates from every vice to free. Dedicuted to tho city of Frankfort by ors cordially invited. kept before, and has one of the hand Jn behalf of the City of Frankfort, and Gilhy Cami'uell, Kelly, somest little as its official head, I again pledge you a in this Thou ancient Spirit cf Prophecy, Portraits in crayon, oil or water county. faithful custodianship ol these records. Inspire the city of our lore, They shall be placed in the archives of the colors for half price until June 1st, city, underiy preseived and held in trust In the name of his infant daughter, Virginia Anoint her eyes the truth to seo, The tobacco barn and crop of to1887. Only see specimens at Car) oil, toho was born w F auk fort, on the Grant her a pattern from ubove. or the generations that are to come. MATTHUN'S CAPITAL AltT GALLKKY. bacco contained in it, belonging to seventh day of September, in the" gtflA year At the close of his remarks Muyor Dr. W. L. Crutcher's heirs, 011 the A chorus was next rendered by of the corporation. The people ask how it is that such Georgetown pike, was destroyed by Taylor introduced MissNunnie Brow-tie- r, Misses Nellie Orbison, Belie Sanders, A ad-dross this-week- The ceremonies attendant upon the turning over of the Centennial records to the city took place at the Opera Flont mystic whispers on the breeze ; House Thursday afternoon in the And birds adorned with heavenly dyo presence of a large audience. Above that scene of beauty fly, Mayor E. II. Taylor, Jr., presided And with their sweet enchnnting song, and introduced Col. John L. Scott, Mnko thrilling music nil dny long ; Chairman of the Committee having While perfume from the magic flowers the records in charge, who opened Is drifting through tho glowing bowers--snintly city whore the blest the exercises with a presentation of some length, and was fol- And weary have etornnl rest lowed by Miss Nellie Orbison, who Where nil night long the heavens weop pang "My Pretty Jane" in her best Abovo thnt cnlm, unbroken sleep, style, and being loudly applauded, Here He tho good, tho true, tho brave, repeated the last verse. Mayor Tay- Asleep in honor's sacred grnvo. lor then replied to Col. Scott's address Closo by a rustic thicket's shndo With gleaming haloa round thorn shed,' Where rifts of sunlight from tho aides Soem shnftR from distant pnradifo ; And through the grncoful bending trees, Tho hills, tho confidants of settler sires, Instinct with recollections' moods, Enkindle acrificinl fires Along their steops, in topmost woods. Tho spectnnt burghers feel tho thrill Passed they tho night with open enrs, Inspired in mind nnd heart and will To eelebrnte the feaRt of years. ttellcpomi. collecting records and in helping to In the language of your able correspondmake (ho celebration a success, and and then the meeting was dismissed with ent from Hiidgeport, spare-iihate lire," the Long Meter Doxology. Dr. J. II. Sullivan, a prominent physi- m s n 4 Infamous Lies JZrfitor liowulabout: T soe in the Roundabout of cian and surgeon, has lorated with his f.inj--il- y In our town, and tenders his professional services. The Misses Bright, of Nov. the guests of Judge and Mt. Sterling, wereSirs. Pence this- first-bo- self-conce-it n I t I Up-caug- to-ou- r corpu-ratio- n! sec-reta- iy 1 Harp. ol pie-cinc- the-count- we-ca- u over-she- d; Jett. ! fl Alaska Sacques. I ft. 4t - to-da- Com-mision- er st thrice-glorio- Post-OHle- es Upon tho hill above the river, lines Of pino and cedar quiver, Sentib watching over the dead, Annie Crutcher, Clara Stafford, Katie Green, and Messrs. S. C. Bull, W. II. Averill, Wultcr Franklin, Walker Peters, and Will Ileffner. On motion of Col. Thos. B. Ford arid Judge W. The fogs, tho river's matin meed, H. Sneed, arising vote of thanks was Inveil in white the daybreak hours given Col. John L Scott for the zealThe signal of tho sun they hoed ous manner in which lie hud pushed Lo shines tho town, u queen in flowers. the Centennial movement, both in ! l i fine goods can bo sold at such low fire last Sunday. Insured for $1,!1()0 prices. Drop in at Buckley's, he can hi tho Present t Ins. Co. of Boston, show you tho goods and tell you the Chas. F. Exum, agent. secret. :t Mr. Charles White, the St. Clair After paying all the expenses of tho street green grocer, aud Miss Fanny Centennial celebration, tho General Shaw, daughter of Mr. Joshua Shaw, Committee had ten dollars left in the of Woodford county, eloped to Treasury, which was given to the Indiana, on Tuesday night poor. and were married. Jefl'er-sonville, M i 3 Sevcrnl nights vc were troubled by Riysintie gallinippcrs, inosquilocs and ltoo but vc Capt. Milt. Arnold sold his grey Thiinksrivlnfr J)ay was observed Capt. W. L. Cannon, of New Or- dno, our beads ringed a sheet iron funnel with 'em. that over 'much more generally than usual in leans, spent several days in the city As they buzz over our gets away suction of horse, Jake, to Mr. Ed. O'llarn for beads, the the first of the week, visiting rela- the fun ml draws them up through the little $12r. our city. Mr. Jack Long and Capt. Milton end and pitches 'em above the tree tops. The union service of the Methodist, tives. Mr. Jas. B. Hawkins, of this city, After going through the funnel two or Arnold sold a nice lot of fat hogs to Baptist, Southern Presbyterian and Messrs. Noel & Jeffers, of Frankfort, of Wood- three times, they get tired and quit. 'Christian Churches was held in the and Capt. Jus. Blackburn, Several daysngo Capt. Tim had a narrow at 3 cents delivered. ford, left Tuesday morning for escape. We started out to hunt a polar Methodist Church, am) the building Arkansas, on a hunting trip. Mrs. Mai. Triplett and Mrs. Zulm bear that infested n licesw.imp, and when a was crowded to repletion. A responMiss Corn Hunt, of Cincinnati, half mile from camp, a boa constrictor, Webster and son, Mode, spent several sive service was introduced and was who has been visiting the Misses 6o feet long, let down on his horse and be days this week visiting friends in received quite satisfactorily. The Macklln, in this city, left Monday gan to swallow it, head foremost. Fortu- Woodford. nately one of the saddle stirrups got caught Mr. W. T. Gaines, wife and son, sermon, which was quite an eloquent afternoon for home. in the constrictor's in trying to Miss Corinnc Blackburn, of Ver- gel it loose, another teeth, andcaught in an Master Ed, of Frankfort, spent Sunone, was preached by Rev. Dr. J. S stirrup day visiting Hendricks. A collection was taken sailles, is visiting Miss Katie Green. angle of his stomach and choked him to Scantland. the family of Mr B. S. Miss Mary Ely Is visiting Miss death. The horse w.is already dead. for the poor, which was equally diCapt. Tim climbed Mrs. Fannie Scantland bought, of tree vided among the Treasurers of the Loundsbury, in New Haven, Con- and was safe, only an Adjacent palm wild Mr. Gill Satterwhite, a large bay being annoyed by necticut. churches represented. The First monkeys throwing cocoanuts at him. I mare for SI 10. Mr. Sidney Bush, of Louisville, skinned the serpent, and will send nie .skin Presbyterian Church held service, at Debating society Friday night and spent Sunday in this city visiting his to Dick Church. which Dr. Blayney preached a fine parents. night at Yesterday I killed a reindeer and singing class Saturday sermon to a large congregation. The wounded a buffalo, but the latter got away Bloomington school-housJoe. Mulhattan. Louisville's won- usual collection for the poor was eerful liar, was in the city Wednes- in s tamoraek thicket. Walrus are plentiful Mr. and Mrs. Brose MeDaniel, of in the bayous, but tliev won't bite at min Long Branch, spent Sunday and taken up. day. nows. You catch them with artificial flics, Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Service was also held at the CathoHon. T. J. Mmrlhhnn. ofCynthi- - trolling. Long. The peccaries are very troublesome at lic and Episcopal Churches, at which ana, was in the city Tuesday. times, as they cat up our game before we Mr .lud Calvert treated himself on Jarge audiences were present. After Mr. A. B. Hammond and wife can get to it. We tried a Kentucky dead- Monday to a new wagon, of the La the conclusion of the services the con- spent Thanksgiving with his parents fall on them, but they declined to die that Belle patent, made in Wisconsin, gregations, together with all the out- in Smithfieid. way. price $65. I had a royal day, with a side sinners sat down to the usual Messrs. F. V. Gray and A. W. hippopotamus. tight, the otherfor tarpon in Mr. Charlie Hampton and little I was fishing Turkeys, Overton returned the first of the dinner. Thanksgiving a bayou with a NTo 3 Milam reel, when the Miss Lulio Wilson are on our sick oystersand "sich" suffered "amazin." week from their hunting trip to Glas- hippo took the bait and started off. I list this week. Leo. was so Junction. The 14 out of the water Here's wishin' ye all many happy gow that they hunted weather while snatched him but little bad Ayer's Sarsaparilla thoroughly the first jerk, and after an hour's fight returns." away. brought him to land so tame that we now cleanses the olood, stimulates the Misses and Mary Bright keep him as a pet in camp. I'm going to vital functions, and restores health Don't fail when looking for presand Maggie French, of Winchester, proent hfm to Ed. Hensley, when I re- and strength. No one whose blood e. bald-headeFi-ench- Thanksgiving Day. Personal. Blooinington. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w I, PRACTICE IN THK COt'RTd OF Franklin and thn ndlnliilm? rniintli'q. mill will also Rive special tittcntloii to the iiurclnso' iiiiu ham ii re.11 esuuc, collection or rents, claims, and the negotiation or loans. Oilice opposite Court-hous- e. Steal Estate Agent, June ' ly. P. TJ. MAJOE, ATTOBNKY AT L.A.W. ' Fit A X K FO It T, K Y. , PRACTICE IN WILL Fianklln. Cnrroll.THK CIRCUIT COURTS (iiillatln. Itoone, Owen ami Ormit counties. In tho Court of Appeals, una tn the Federal Court. HlJHf. DR. J. S. COLLINS, DTCZSTTTST, rFKI0E. MAIN STREET. OPP. RODMAN A. IlHOS.' Teeth extracted without n:ilti liv thn use of Nltrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. mnr.20-tf KENTUOKY'S K0TJTE EAST ron nSIIIETDI. fflUIELffll THE ONLY LINE tin Komi. ' ents for weddings or holiday gifts to who have been visiting Mrs. .Judge 2t. stop at Buckley's. ,W L Pence, Mrs. Chas. F. Exum and Miss Lollie French, in this city, at the Methodist returned home Wednesday morning. The exa-ciscChurch Thanksgiving evening, under Mr. A. W. Martin and wife left the auspices of the Woman's Mission- Wednesday afternoon for Cincinnati. ary Society, were a marked success. Misses Selina and Lucy Barrett, of The young ladies and girls wiio had Louisville, who have been visiting been trained by Mrs Frank Hughes Miss Todd Safl'ell, in this city, for the 4indMrs..J. G. McLean to personate past two weeks, returned Home Weddifferent heathen nations, were appro- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Maggie Clark and daughter, priately costumed and acquitted Miss Nannie, of Bourbon county, are themselves with credit, and the boy visiting Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis and Miss collectors performed their part well. Belle Giltner. Mrs. Truehart and Miss Watts, Miss Lena Coke, of Woodford counMissionaries to ilrazil.dellvered inter- ty, Is visiting friends in this city. esting addresses. The ladies of the Mr. W. Stape Johnson left Thurssociety are encouraged in their efforts day for Itockford, Illinois, to take to enlist a large interest in the great charge of a distillery the coming season. .'ause which they represent. t to all who They return their thanks Mr. Carlton S. Gray, of Louisville, contributed to the interest of the spent Thanksgiving Day with relatives in this city. evening. Mr. Finlay F. B'ish, of Louisville, wedBuckley sells T in. stone pipe at 10 attended the McEwan-Watso- n ding cents per joint, 0 in. at 15 cents. 2t. o Mrs. Dr. John T. Russell and .The burglary of Wednesday night daughter, Miss Minnie, of Pleasant has scared up the St. Clair street Hill", Missouri, are visiting Mrs. Geo. merchants and they are thinking of A. Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner. employing a private policeman to Mr. R. V. Kline, of Shreeveport, La , is visiting the family of Col. E. stores. guard their in II. Taylor, jr., his father-in-laDrum stoves, double lined, at $3.25, this city. 2t. $3.75 and $4.25 at Buckley's. Mrs. J. B. Lewis and son, Master m Maryon T., are visiting relatives in Our old friend George G. Graham Versailles. has been promoted from telegraph Misses Ella and Julia Garngan, of operator at Santa Ann, Sonora, Mex- Cincinnati, Ohio, who have been visico, to Station Agent, at Magdalena, iting the Misse3 Haley, on Main the largest town in the State of So- street, have returned home. Miss Blanche Haley is spending nora, having a population of about dogs, donkeys and a few days with friends at White 9,000, counting Sulphur. Greasers. Hon. David Murray, of Colorado, Dinner sets from $8.00 up, in Luster is visiting his. brother, Col. John Allen Crittenden, in this city. 2t. Band, at Buckley'?. of Lexing Miss Nettle Kiiiirlits of ton, Is visiting McDowell, tins city. Attention triends In Honor. Mrs Buford Trabue, of Louisville, There will be a called meeting of MfMiss Fannie Murphy, is visiting Frankfort Lodge No. 10 Tuesday her mother in this county. evening. Nov UOth. Every member Miss Ella Stephens spent Thanksgiving in Lexington. is earnestlv requested to attend. T. J. Todd, Miss Molle Morgan, of GeorgeDictator, town, is visiting .Miss Fannie Buls turn. Ostrich nests are occasionally found in the hollows, but the birds are shy. I surprised one in a thicket, devouring .1 hcile hog. The Arkansas ostrich eggs are very large some of them four feet '.eros. The prairie dogs that infest the woods live mainly on these eggs in winter. The most fun we have is hunting kangaroo with coon dogs. It's equal to a cir cus to see a pack of these dogs hem a kanIn twenty minutes, garoo in a cane-brakthe kangaroo will kick a space forty feet square clean as a parlor floor. If Dick Bohannan was here he would enjoy shooting birds of paradise as they fly from their ntstsat sunrise. I am very anxious to get a specimen of musk ox to send to Capt. Tate, but they are scarce and wild. The lions and tigers keep us awake a good deal at night with their roaring. Next week I am going over on a big hunt for giraffe that are reported to be eating up the sugar cane in the lower end of the State. If I have time, will write you parYour friend, ticulars. -e. is impure can feel well. When you Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars are discouraged and despondent take FOllAyer's Sansiparilla to purify and and vitalize the blood. -- SOLID -- FltOM- - DOR COUNCILMAN. t.isst fasttrnlns for Wc nre authorized to nnnounco JERRY BRIS-LAns it candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward. N LouisvillcsCinciiiiinti & Lexington TO- MARR 1 113 L. WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting in same depot with Hawk. At the Catholic Church. In this city, on Wednesday. November 21th. 1SW5. by Rev. Fiither L. Young. Mr. Micimkl G. Shannon-- , of Versailles, and Miss Lizzii: Marshall, of this city. At the residence of the bride's mother In this cltv. on Thursday, November 23th, 188G, by Rev. Robt. Christie. D. I)., Rev. W. L. McEwan. of Wilmington. Delaware, and Miss Lizzie Watson, youngest daughter of Mrs. Sarah Watson. On Tuesdav. November 23d. 1R96. at the residence of Mr. W. T. Gaines. In this city, by Rev. G. F. B i?by. Mr. Wm. V. IIvvdon imJ Miss Annie Fokskk, ull of Peak's Mill. At the residence of the bride's father. In Franklin county, on Wednesday. November 24. 18H. by Rev. J. McClusky Blarney. D. D., Mr. William H. Caulk, of Jacksonville. Florida, and Miss BrrrriE L. Wilson, of this county. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, AND ALL POINTS IN Hi diseases. We take pleasure in recommending Hall's Hair Renewer to our readers. It restores gray hair to its youthful color, re vents baldness, makes the liair soft and glossy, does not stain the skin, and is the best known remedy for hair and scalp 1 For tickets and further Information upplj to your nearest tieket-onicW. V. MONROE, HORN Div. Pass'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. In this city, on Saturday. November 13. 18Sfi. to Capt. W. L. Cannon and wife, a sou Hiimm Beu-h- W. C. WICKHAM, H. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Ayr. 2d Vice President. In this city, on Wednesday, November 21th, lfeSG, to Mr C. A. Nelson and wife, a daughter. e. v. T... . DIKU. On November liith. lbSC. at Terre Haute. Indiana, Mrs. Uakolink J Lyne. ulfoof Jas. B Lyne, and daughter of Mrs. Catharine W. Johnson, formerly of this place. . ' C .' Ar? o r"'''l t'siil tu-t- !. v ' Mv. ' Lebanon Ridge. Women. lEtTIl ULCER UNO RECTAL Cristo" was presented, last "Monte Diseased conditions that produce consumption nMit, by Alden Benedict's Monte and most of the chronic diseases, CrTsto Company in a number almost UTERUS, faultless. The star, Mr. Water Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased Lawrence, calls to mind the late bowel, also treated. McCollough. He has same John inagniflcient form, face, voice and PRURITUS, Itching Piles, manner, and if lie were to essay the same roles would in our opinion come Can also be cured If not too late, as tho Itch'' v Is only a symptom of the disease that exists In ttfi nearer tilling McCollough's ample lo.ur bowel. FUHNJHHED DV OLOVEIt & DUBHETT, mantle than any living actor. The UnowltiK themselves Indebted to him will Please BKFKRKSCESt company was very good eoiue forward and bettle at onee, and all those LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAUK- supporting riUETOUH W. J. HUGHES. Frankfort. A German was given at tho Capital havlnt! claims against the estate of said decedent as IIOUHE. RICHARD KEIKJl'SON Frankfort. throughout. Miss Helen Vaugn, are notllled to present tlie same, properly proven, J. M. WITHROW, Frunkfort. JOHN S. PIERCE, .lit.. Mercedes, Is worthy of especial men- Hotel on Thursday evening by the for settlement. Administrator Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to this tion The stage effects were wonder- young ladies of the city. A large Tho sales on our market sales ofweek any one by addressing the amount to 1,1,07 hlids. Tho realistic. fully number were present and the festivi- now crop to ditto amount to 'Jt'--' hhds. WEAKlUNDEVELOPED W. I. KELLEY, M. 1)., lemming Mirror. ties were kept up to the weo hours. Tim nrh'oR thus far realized for nowbnrloy thHHiiMN range from $l.fi0 to $.() for lugs, and iursnfI KCNOTIt KNminv ksi.uhki).I)KVk1j. t nil. I), 376 West Seventh St , Oinoinnati, 0. Alden Benedict's Monte Cristo for medium to good Hl't- iwmnt loiitf run in hH.Ktr.. In iliriTHil inn from $3.00 to $5.00 rnplv tolnnui Hunting in Arkansas. nur pniwr. gave the best satisfaction good to !,.? Company loaf, and from 5.00 to $8.00 for rlHH.oMwUI any thl7hMW i no f.MMnp7ot hnmhutt CONSULTATION FREE. TB of any company this season. The following letter has been handed flno leaf. There has boon no recent BlKiiu thU On thwTontrnrir. thunil.wrtlwr. itrw r U7-- St. Paul Press. Fine rains, which were needed very FRESH badly. Wheat looks very well. Raisins, Currants, Winter is coming in by jumps. Citron, Dates, Solomon Harlow fell from his barn and was badly bruised up, but is go AM) all ing about again. A Ilively crew took dinner at P. S. Cains last Sunday, all from Cropper's, KINDS OF NUTS, Shelby county. .Mrs. Jane Snook is jroing to Indi JUST RECEIVED BY e ana this week to visit relatives. wish Iter a pleasant trip. Wm. & Geo. Weitzol. Mr. Thos. Hunter visited ourschoo1 Nov. last Thursday. G. L. Rodgers lias been delivering fruit trees in this vicinity, from STRAYED OU STOLEN. Brown Bros', nursery, N. Y. NE SMALL BLACK COW. WITH LONG boss white Cow. J. Polk Moore has thehollow corn KJ horns, and one larire Red andwill bo mest Information log Anv efully receivedeouceruini: them county, and a mill in this by sm REV. W. II. HAMPTON, for a toll dish. Nov. iSouth Frankfort. lock. Rev. J. A. Peters, Maimukd.-- Bv at the residence of the bride's father, STKAY NOTICE. Buckley sells the handsomest Bird Botson, Esq., Mr. Joe Snook, of lamp to bo found in Frankfort at 75 Consolation, Shelby county, and Miss UP AS A STRAY BY MRS. ANN two miles west of tho Laura 1) Dotson, of Franklin coun- TAKEN Pike, one RED COW, Frankfort, onyears 2t. cents. about Flat ty. We wish them iong life and old, Creek by the undersigned at $15. IKteen untihen allied der my hand this 2(itli day or November, ISM. C. Tho hop given by tho Frankfort happiness. W. BOHANNAN, J. P. F. J. Nov. Mrs. Sallie Terrell's death is moOrchestra, at Weltzel'sIIall on Thursday evening, was a decided success. mentarily expected. The music was extra fine and every Louisville Tobacco market. BEEN APPOINTED HAVINH the late Strother Pierce, all persons one present was delighted. l'UO- 27-2- t. 27-l- nii Et.'Ula-iI- ' "I ' at'Ml tnnli .:; i'iiiiio '''" "' ui 1 "' ' '" ' " "'" - " ' J 'I I r DR. W. I. KELLEY, OF CINCINNATI, WILL BE AT THE OHIO, CAPITAL HOTEL! IN FRANKFORT. KY.. SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1886. SATURDAY. DEO. 18. 1886; All cases of BLIND or BLEEDINC, PILES eund by the Brlnkerholt system without usig knife or lioaii'uf. and without uny pain. tlk FISTULA Cured without tho knife or ligature. FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. t. CM. 1TOTIOE- - M 1111 : I v us by a St. Clair street friend, with permis-sioto publish: Walter Lawrence is one of the In Camp, Arkansas, Nov. 25, 1886. most promising young actor on the Dkar Doc: Here we arc in camp, after stage. a long journey, including a half day's wild ride down the Mississippi in an New Arkansas is the greatest game country I Mr. Walter Lawrence is the only ever saw. Wild animals roam the great their actor that can rival James O'Neal in forests in profusion. You can hear food, yells every night as they hunt for "Monte Cristo." in Chicago Inter Ocean. Vork Sun. n ice-boa- t. fiu?hTirtllrtiriiT. liUMrynlil twr7ii7it7i.y aM wnlwl change in tho value of old burley. cTTrntHr. ivlntfoTimrtiPnlnri, hTnilflrwolim K.'ll Tho following quotations fairly repre-unn- t MKIiictL Ho . niilfiiln.N.V. I'olwlo yvwninn H. t lin mnrket for tho eroii of 1885: to $3.50 $2.00 Dark Trash 4.60 3.60 to Colory Trash Common Lugs, not colory. 3.60 to 4.00 4.00 to fl.OO Colory Lugs MEETS EVERY Common Loaf, not colory. 4.00 to 0.50 CAPITAL L0D0E. NO.brothers cordlalb- Invited. day night. Visiting 8.00 &60 to Good Leaf . .. US4X rt. Wf fiU1 8.00 to 12.00 j- R. Williams, Sec. Fine Leaf April Boleot Wrupnery Tobacco. liS.OO to 15.00 Ir 4UV Dee. 'JG-l- I. M F. Uinalpr.wc, ui n.ntrc ." TI ..,... - umwant to Vnw. 'IhlallnnW rmiHi tn.i.tr.i.l. Cioth InuuldllTe -- "- MARR AGE GUIDE In ml .11- - taint AM. the curioiii.Uoubiful r lullof very lntrnitliifCa U valuable inlurnmtloii.llrAI.Tll.no lUl'I'I.VkSS re prrnwtnl by tit UtlK- -t HKAl'TV MrdlcalAlil, wli.n n.MMti.v, marMtrry.vbonot.whvt at - 17-t- f. lollte. YounioroM.nrnuorliii!,!ckorfll,tl!ouia Ttaa it. Mm tctini py url. w ni i Jt,,.i.ftSS!5Sai U11f0.nv na.Mvww BhBMOJVTTUIVUW I'M PICTI! "H.tru . M i m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. Entered nt tlio us post-omc- o second-cIiiB- s at Fr.mkfort, Kentucky, mailable matter. t GEORGE A. LEWIS, BcLitoe and. FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER 27, 188G. Dcatli of Geo. Buhr. kind-hearted, t K-- 1 IV R. ', . . , M pA This community was greatly shocked on Sunday morning by the anjovial nouncement that Geo. Buhr, who was everybody's friend, had died at eleven o'clock on Saturday night, at his hotel, of heart disease. He had been ill for several days, but no one supposed he was so near the end of an active and useful life, and the news caused pain and regret to our entire city, where he was universally esteemed as an honHOME-MADRev. Geo. O. Barnes closed the orable, upright citizen. 4 Mr Buhr first came to this city in meeting lie has been conducting in 1857, and worked at his trade of this city for the past two weeks on shoemaker with Messrs Bayer & Sunday night, and he and his family Kaltenbrun until 18(50, when he went left Monday afternoon for Independto Brazil and for several years was ence. Kenton county. At the close engaged in peddling merchandise in of his meeting at that place he will that country, in which business he go to Tennessee. was successful and returned to this Mr. J. W. Pickett, eldest son of city in 18(57. Shortly afterwards he Prof. D. Pickett, who has been ill J. opened a billiard parlor in the Capwith typhoid fever for several weeks, ital Hotel, which he conducted for died Sunday morning, at o o'clock, about two years, and when the great- in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he er portion of the square upon which has been engaged in the practice of the City Hall now stinds was de- law for several years. Mr. Pickett stroyed by lire in 18(58 he purchased had a host of friends in this city, who a lot adjoining the Bultzel property, deeply regret his untimely death, upon which he erected a building to and his berea'ved parents have the which he removed his billiard par- sympathy of the entire community. lor und continued to run it as such until 1880, when he remodeled and The freight train on the L. & N. R. IF'lEe.A.IfcTIKIIF'OIRT, SSTST. added another story to it, and opened R. that passes this point at o a. in., ZMI-AJCfit as a hotel This building was de- ran over a man who was attempting stroyed by lire in November, 188.1, to board the train just below Anchor and he erected the present handsome age, on Monday last. The man was building upon its site The Buhr literally torn to pieces. Our inforHotel soon became as popular with mant says he was supposed to be an the traveling public as its genial unknown tramp who was attemptproprietor long hud been with all ing to steal a ride. The train was de" who knew him, and he was fast railed and the C. & O. train was deWhy not cnll and see our large line of- building up a prosperous business tained two hours. when the fell destroyer claimed him The Democratic State Central Com as his own. mittee met in this city on Tuesday His funeral took place on Monday afternoon at three o'clock, from the and issued a call foi a State ConvenChurch of the Good Shepherd, and tion to nominate candidates for State ANDwas largely attended. Branch 83, offices to be filled at the August elecCatholic Knights of America, of tion, 1887, to meet in Louisville on which he was a member, and the the 4th day of next May. colored employes of his Hotel turned We have interviewed a goose bone out in a body to pay the last sad which was grown in this locality the before you buy. Vt'e can show you Bome great bargains in Blankets, Woolen tribute of respect to his memory. past summer, and mid that it is of Hosiery, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. He leaves a widow and one son to opinion we are not to have any very Respectfully, mourn his loss, who have the sympa- cold weather not cold enough for thy of a large circle of friends. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL, ice gathering until about tho first of January; that the latter part of the NEW S3TOJR.H, MAIN WTR WKT Post-offi- ce An Eminent Specialist in All Chronie Burglary. winter will be cold, but not excesDiseases Peculiar to Both Judge W. L. Pence lias purchased On Wednesday night a burglar ef- sively so. This is comforting in Hoses. Mr. J. M. Wakefield the site of view of the fact that the price of coal from e fected an entrance to the LL FKRSONS KNOWINC THEMSELVES & Zeigler mill, and SUCCESSFULLY TREATS to the old linn of K K. McClure & Dro. is altitudiuous and the supply rather the old Hatchitt in this city, by climbing up to the up nt once notllitd to come will build a fine new saw mill upon aretheir accounts willforward and Fettlehands of an slim. or he placed In tliu transom over the back door, forcing A. 11. MU'LUKK. ofllcerforeollectlrn. it. Nov. off one of the iron bars, and squeezing It is said that a certain club of through. He then bored a hole in yount,' nimrods recently went on a PlAXO FOR ItKXl'- .- Apply at the . IFOIES S-A-door of one of the safes, which hunting excursion. One of the num- Roundabout Bindery. the Aslhma and Neuralgia. locks with a combination, and bored ber is such an enormous consumer of rESIRlN(i TO CIIANOE MY BUSINESS, I "Butter-mil- k Club" 1 1 offer for sale my t,vv ivwiiii out the keyhole of the other, but butter-mil- k DISEASES OF THE wnn goou cellar, togctner wnn my siock or grothat the commissary of How is the prospering just now? is the anxious ceries, dry goods. Ac . and my dwelling house, all failed to get either one of them open. the party, determined to keep him Will exchange for u nice located In He left the lock combination in such from suffering, sent out emissaries in inquiry of numerous farmers wives. farm. ForBelle Point. further Information apply to F. P. LEWIS, Ey;:, Acute and Chronic, Cat-rac- t;. a condition that the door had to be all directions, along their proposed Oct.SO-lor at this office. cut open by a machinist, and Post route, and engaged all the butterCommissioner's Sale. Superficial tuul Internal, removed without surgical . Master Rodman felt very comfort- milk that the denizens of the region operation. Vision restored or money refunded. Consultation und trial treatment free able when he found two thousand might have during their proposed Woodford Circuit OF II. HUDSON HAVE dollars in money and stamps, which hunt. Alas! tor the mutability of all White, Oreen&HuIfnker, Plaintiffs, Court. THE NOTES In myDR. T. tor collection, by suit 1 been placed hands If necessary, and parties knowing themselves to BUHR HOTEL, ROOM 17. vs lie kept in that safe, undisturbed. Consolibe Indebted to him will save costs by calling upon human affairs the hunt proved a C. Cassell, Defendant. dated me and settling same at cure. The rascal took about nine dol lars in failure and ye farmers sons are still J. F. Compton, Plaintiff. L. Patients will be promptly attendCauses, JAM. ANDREW SCOTT. Nov. vs. change and five or six dollars in looking for ye "Butter-mil- k ed at their homes, day or niirht. J. C. Cassell, Defendant. Club." Leave orders at oftlce of Buhr's NOTICE OF SALE. Stamps, which he found in the drawer Hotel. OF A .JUDGMENT AND at the general delivery window, and Choice buckwheat flour, $3.00 per BY VIRTUE tne Circuit Court, rendered ORDER Horses Taken to Sale of ut the October Term thereof, 18SG, In the above cause, left The blinds on the inside of the hundred, at (iOOD SHELTER OOD FEED, TERMS the undersigned will, on Thursday, the lbth day of VT reasonable. Orders kftut Mamrn:i& Dar To whom il muy concern: o'clock a. m. and i nell's. office were left up and the gas brightDecember, 1(0, between in COMPTOX &JMACKLIX'8. For ten jears my sight has been grnduall) falling o'clock p. in., proceed to offer for sale, at Public M. D. AVERILL. ly burning by the clerk who was the Mv left eye has been blind for ehrht tears from Auction to the niL'iiot bidder, on u credit of s x Cnov-lpar.iljhla of thu optic nerve. Dr. Williams, of by mouths, at F.Johnson, last to leave the ollico on Wednesday To the Voters of tlie First ut Mlllvllle, the Mill lately ownedKy.,R.the proierty Cincinnati, and Dr. (ioldsteln, of l.oulsvlllo, proWoodford county, nounced it incurable, six weeks ago Dr. .Smith mentioned In said judgment, All of eight, and how the burglar could Ward, (Comprising South the rollers und machinery furnished by the my to Housekeepers, Attention! commenced my treat eje vase, urn) at this date can fc Blerce Manufacturing Company and placed read with left without gliibH'S, and my filter the room get in his work and Frankfort.) In the mill of It. F. Johnson, now deceased, Mlllsight Is almost completely restored. leave without being discovered by vllle, Ky., (which are fully set out In tho paper MRS. JNO. O. HODdERS. An election for Councilmen is to be iueu oy saiu company, us Versailles. Ky , i, the police Is hard to understand. held on the ltli day of December Master Commlsloner, und ciuun ao with ueiore tlio A daughter of Mrs. Jackson WMIIumi. returned his report IF YOU WANT NICE LHjHT BREAD, USE llled in Hild causes October 7 lh86). Said rollers From the bungling way in which he next. The undersigned, your present rep- and machinery cost about $2,000.00 und hue never been used. did the work, it is the opinion of the LeCOMPTE'S T'De purchuser will required to give bond resentatives in the machinists who examined the safes dered you faithful, Council, have ren- with good and approved besurety for the payment of Dr. Hlaekburn's lesldenee, with largo yard, garand. as they be- the purchase money, bearing Interest from the stables, und sttiiutul itt souththat he is an amateur in the business. lieve, valuable service. BAKING POWDER! den, terminus honeLognu cow lots, south Jbraukfort. ern stree , day of sale until paid, at tho rate of six per cent, of per annum, pajable to undersigned as Master Com1'ossesslon glvtn December It ,. For terms, e leaving the On They are candidates before you for missioner and having the forcu and effect of Judgthe burgApply to and ask, and would be ments as provided by law. W. S n AKHOUR, FRANK CHINK. lar went to the stable of Col. R. P. Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by Fkamkfokt, Ky., Nov, 13, lfbC. Master Commissioner of W. U. C. tf Pepper, on Main street, broke it gratified by, yoursunport at the polls. N. B Persons desiring to purchase can ascerItlUJIAHI) Town, tain the character of the mill property to be sold opened, harnessed up tho Colonel's . by calling on John L. Scott, Attorney, Frankfort, William J. Hughes, Nov. fine saddle mare, which had never Edmund 11. Taylok, Jk. Ky. 1'IUNKI.IN Cll'.CUlT CODKT. Frankfort, Oct. 10, 1880. been worked before, hitched her to WKSI.RY A. (i A INKS' ADHINiSTKATOlt, 1'lllllltllf. an old buggy and drove off At four PROPRIETOR OF THE Notice. V8. To the Voters oft lie Second KITCHEN o'clock Thursday morning the horse MY HOUSEHOLD,consisting of AND furniture, Ward four A. (Jails' Hn. and Cits., Defendants. sets, and and buggy wero found standing in Tho undersigned respectfully announces every carpets, chairs, Every many things useful to FAMOUS BEN BARMS COLOGNE Wkslkv PEIUiOMS HAVINIi CLAIMS AMAlMiT ALL estate of Wesley A. d'alnes. deenihed. i,r housekeeper. thing as good as new. as Also one horse and cow, one phaeton, onesurray, front of a livery stable in Georgetown, himself as a cundidatu for hereby notllled that they must appear before the Will sell privately until county Councilman in tho Second and AND undersigned commissioner und prove their debts the mare covered with perspiration election December 4th, 188G. Ward, at tho courtone doir cart. will sell the things remaining at day, when I as required by law, on or before the 1st day of auction Enquire ut No. U17, Main street. W. II. POSEY. reuruury, 1004. and very much distressed from the 11. C. CHURCH. Nov. 'JfHt Damii. (Iouku, M. D. L'COMPTE'S HANDSM00THER. Muster Commlssonor F. C. C. Nov. lWt. Post-ofllc- hard drive. No one was seen to drive up to the stable, and no stranger of suspicious appearance seen about the town that day, and it is supposed that the party took the early train which passes that point on the Southern road for Cincinnati. The horse was evidently stolen by the same party who broke into the for tracks similar to those found at the stable were discovered leading from the back door of the oilicc across the back yards of Messrs. V. T. Reading ami Henry Gobber's stores to Lewis street. e Inspector W. L. Jett happened to be nt home on a visit to his family at the time, and as soon as the robbery was discovered he was notified by Mr Rodman, and was present in the office when the safes were examined by experts. Post-offic- e, DRIVE THIS WEDGE HOE! 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 ineney? We're not afraid to let daylight on our E CLOTHING! Look where you will; we'll gain your good will by deserving it. We secure you against unsatisfactory purchases by refunding the money when not miUd. $50,000 STOCK TO SELECT FfiOM! gx3H i Tarsia? xb ytxm. Crutcher $g Starks. cT STEBET, WHY NOT? --- Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, Gents' Furnishing Goods, DH. T.E.SMITH, NOTTCE. X. Post-offic- f. Catarrh, Deafness, two-stor- y NOTICE! i Winter m to-w- Still-we- ll 1 ""PC EBlfT." Post-offic- Itf-U- t. FOH8ALE. bed-roo- Joseph LeCompte NOTIC-K- uJ- - Ja- -. u. t i..-- i !! liifTM" t?'r. j4VMg .,tar M jAjJ-.- - V v5 mmHmmaf)mimmkmmmmamm WILL BUY AT MEAGH BiiTBIlFgR' mm CTBET A WINTER BOOT OR SHOE IflUEMUMLKaVflKItf 'MMfMl That' will astonish you, either for ladies or gentlemen, ft will save you time and money by calling tipOn them and selecting your supplies for the coming winter. Their stock of Hats and Caps, School Books, Stationery, &c., is as complete as the market will afford. FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT. FRANKFORT. NOVEMBER 27, 188(5. Row George D.irsio will preach his last sermon at tho Christ iiui Church and will loavo next week for Boston to tako clmrjro of hi." new church in that city. . The Woman's Exchange of the Methodist Church will be open, as usual, this morning, in the counting-rooof tho Yeoman oilice. Those wishing delicacies should call and purchase from these ladies. If what you want is not on hand, leave your orders and they will be tilled. m m By order of the Board of f'ouncilmen of the City of Frankfort, an election for Councilmen will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1th, 188(5, to serve for the term of two years from tho first Saturday in January, i887, three to be elected in each ward by the qualified voters thereof. Said election to bo held at the following places: First Ward Henry Williams' sta- ble. Second Ward Capitol Hotel, Ann street basement. Third Ward Court House. With tho following oilicers of election, viz: First Ward. Geo. Huffman and II. G. Bantu, Judge; II. J. Hyde, Marshal; and Juo. S. Harrod, Clerk. Second Ward. L. L. Conway and P. F. Smith, Judges; J. Watt Stephens, Marshal; and J, Lampton Price, Clerk. Third Ward. Ed. M. Druno and B. B. Jefi'ers, Judges; Jas. Hofiner, Marshal; and Ed. Fahy, Clerk. Hay, corn, oats and mill feed, at wholesale and retail, at Com ! ton A Maoklin's. dorsement of many of the leading physicians both in this country and Europe, and the hundreds of persons it has cured of cancer, catarrh, scrofula, eczema, ulcers, rheumatism and blood taint is remarkable. Nothing like it has ever been known before. This medicine is for sale in every drugstore, not only in this country, but abroad, which shows its popularity. Are any of our readers troubled with any of the.,o complaints? If so, for a very small sum of money you can bo made perfectly well and happy. Ar. O. Picayune, Sept. 2, 1S80. The first S. S. S., or Swift's Specific, ever brought to Atlanta, Texas, was bought by T Caven & Co., druggists Aaron Blaydes had been in bad health for a long time and could get no relief. He was almost blind. .Mr. Caven induced him to take a bottle of S. S. S. The first bottle brought him out on the streets, and the second made a complete cure; and Aaron is yet living and well and can be interviewed at any time with reference to the facts, lie is a colored man living here in Atlanta, Texas. S S. S. is now sold by all druggists in this country Journal, Atlanta, Texan. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Thk Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. 157 V. L'tfd St.. N.Y. m Col. Jim Hawkins lias gone to ArRenews Her Youth. kansas on an extended hunt for walMrs Phoebe Ceesley, Peterson, Clay rus, wahpati, reindeer and expects to county, Iowa, tells the following rebag several hippopotami during his markable, story, the truth of which is vouched lor by the residents ol the stay. town: "I am Hi years old, have been Kidney complaint Howard Bros, have just received a troubled with many years; could and not lameness for full line of paper salad dishes. dro?s myself without help. Now lam m free from all pain audsoreness,and am What tlie Press Says. able to do all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for The Swift Specific Co. have some- having renewed my youth and rething interestiiiir to sav to you in moved completely all disease and another column. The popularity of pain." their medicines is wonderful indeed; Try a bottle only "() cents at Jos. yet when we see how clfoctive it is LeCompte's drug store. 4 m in all diseases pertaining to the blood, we are not surprised that its popularChase & Sanborn's Standard Java ity is so great It is undoubtedly one coffee, roasted. The best in the of the best blood medicines in the world, at Day & Half's. world. Kvuminer, Abingdon, Va. Swift's Spkcific This wonder- Go to Gray it Church on Wain ful blood purifier has received the en- street for cheap tin ware. -- liio E;st Waterproof Coaf, Pftfl Th VIST? BRAND EltCKEIl BRt li wnmnted walTrroof, and will oudr7 In the ti.rrtut ttnrtn. T'io n rOMMM. Pl.IC'ttElt la a perfect rl Hug cnt, ! d coten -tb tntlt addU. B.wvg oMmltitlom. Nona (wniilno without tiio "Flh urnqcalaloti free. A. J.Tower, Uo.lun, Hjm. kp Buoklen's Arnicfc, Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Clcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SkinKruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2 cents per box. For sale by Joe LeCompte fresh potatoes by Mast in Bros. The Bimt Salve EV PLAMM1 MILL. J. M. WAKEFIELD Havihj-rccthth adflcJ to fila Eft'ibitfbmmt s FIrst-Clns- Pluftinp JJill, to Is now prepared furnifh nil kinds-o- f The highest market price given for - a - Mastin Bnos. Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning A house of seven potatoes, Gotten out in the best stjle. Now is the time to prepare for tho rooms, second door below WashingMny ton, on Broadway. Apply to R. M. crisp and nipping weather. Go to Gray & Church and get a handsome Aldridge. For Rent. 15-t- f. a a Wanted. 5,000 bushels of ALSO Iri-,h Fou Sle. I otter for sale two good English setters that are not pedigreed, but good hunters I j. B. a a tf Orient Heater Marshall. of K. Whlttsldes, deceit' interest In the nriiE prune is iikrkhy xotififd 1 l)iie bought from Jlrs. Ailtlle U, NOTIGE! duiritt. that uilmln-Istr.itr- i K his entire Farmers having real good butcher stutt'on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on .Mack Salvers, 22.i Main fl4-t- f. street Furniture and Undertaking And have sold BUSINESS. one-ha- lf Interest In my business to If 'oat of sort' wan lii'nrir.rhr, stnmnc!. disorder, torpid liver, paipln back urslnV, Hc.iipultrt m:i no Intnl. One door of Afuwiltne-tre-ioni n, W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter the stylo of the Ilrm I11 Sanative Pills i i will kIvo relit. ew l.uullii and vigor. a be Cure for Piles. lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose lias sone ehec-tlo- n of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect. A moisture, like perspiration, produc- The most wonderful Pain-Cu- re ing a very disagreeable itching, after r the world has ever getting warm, is a common attendant. known. Your money will Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles bo returned if not found yield at once to the application oi as represented. Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, absorbing tho Tumors, allaying the Children Cry for Pitchers intense itching, and effecting a perCastoria. manent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., i'lqua, U. Sold by Hughes & Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and STATEN & DEHONEY ! immcn And the business will be continued id I lie old .stand of Wbltesldes & stiiten, No. 'US bt. Cl.ilr strut. Ma) JAS. T. bTATKN. b-- tt RECEIVED Fish, Oysters, AND 8' W Col. D. L. Sublett's resignation as Resident Engineer in charge of the Kentucky River Improvement, lias been accepted and dipt. R S. Burnett, who has been in charge of the work upon the Beattyvllle dam has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Col. Sublett has been connected with the river improvement for seven years, and all tho wyk intrusted to him lias been executed with promptness and in a manner in every way creditable to himself, and it is to be regretted that ho has given up a position lie has filled so well. . -.- - Fou Rent A frame dwelling on Conway street, near Third, containing seven rooms. For tvrnis apply to 2t. Wm. Cromwell. Orleans sugar lor GELRRY! FRESH, BY Twenty pounds of open kettle New Chiles. 1, at J. Heenky's. WE1TZEL BROS, A large number of young men, Engage youi oysters and celery for who went hunting on Thanksgiving day, now wish they hadn't. "Old my! Thanksgiving dinner at J HEn.VEY's,' how my legs ache!" But the quantiSouth Side. ties of game they brought in was amazing to hear about to the uninFou Rent. Olllco rooms oppoitiated. site Court House. Apply to Alvin Citron, raisins, dates, figs, Ac., at Du vull Sr. HOWAUI) linos. Fresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, celery at J. Hekxey'h. Mr. Richard Ferguson is erecting a also fine a a frame building on the lot on WashingSee Gray & Church's big line of ton street recently purchased by him fine Butcher Knives. of Mr. II. il. Aldrigu, and will open Meat Cutters and Sausage Grinders a machine shop thete. at Gray & Church's, lilM .Main St. Coinpton & Maeklin will hereafter Lard Butcher Knives, retail as well as wholesale anything the best, Cans and Church's, on Main at Gray & in their line. Street Howard Bros, manufacture their Gray & Church have the best own candies, warrant them pure. Butcher Knives in the market. Tur drops for coughs and colds, at Fresh Oysters, in bulk and cans, HoWAiti) Bros. very large and fat, at Day & Half's. French prunes, fresh llgs, London layer raisins, California peaches, all kinds of nuts, Atmore's mince meat, Ac, at J. Heexey's. . -- . .a. Remember the fact that J. Heeney keeps the best and freshest fruits for cakes, etc., as he only handles them during the holidays. TThon Baby wm tick, ira bar CaatorU, When ilia wm a Child, aba cried for CaatorU, When aba became Mlsa, abe clang to Cittorfc, Whoa aba had Chlldraa, aha javo than CaaUcia, it R. ROGERS -- DEALKH IN- - I COFFKTS, . ft L ScC. irad to i'liruinniiln.f ouMiinptlnn or other fatal di ine. Strong's rootoralPIili Ueuro-iii'd- ii by mimic. Iiet iliincturdyspepsln.lii digestion, sick headticho 111 thousands testify. Hanger ! A ik'.vcU il ( oll or cougn may Fou kknt. The brick house opposite the depot, belonging to V. Kal- tenbrun. tf. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Slack Salyer's store, No i23 Main street, opjiosito Dr. Duvall's residence. fH-t- f. o Ell crajptitt. 9A 'J27 A SPECIALTY. MAIN STREET. FKANKFOHT, KT All the latest stjio furniture constant! In stock. May TO THE PUBLIC. PURCHASED THE STOCK OF HAVING of Mr. .1. K. Kknt, corner Second an Shelby ctret'ts. South Frankfort, I propose to Kee u nice stock of To the Voters of tlie Second Ward. The undorsignod ropectfully announces himself as u candidate for ns Councilman in the Second Ward, at tlie election December 4th, 188(1. LEWIS SIANGAN. FOR COUNCILMAN. II. 11. WATSON. RICHARD FERGUSON and JOHN L. T011IN are hereby announced as candidates for tho Council In the third ward. FOU COUNCILMAN. We are authorized to announce JOHN WILL JOHNSON as a candidate for Councilman from the First Wurd, at the election December 4tb, lbbO. GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, COUNTRY PRODUCE. COMPLETE LINE OF s Grocery and In fact everything kept In a Store. I Invite the attention of tho people of Frank fort and Frankllncounty, ami mora particularly the poopleof South Frankfort, who will llml my location mlte.tcoinenlenco, and I hope by close attention to business and fair dealing to receive a portion of the liubllc patronage. Goods delivered promptly In any part of the cltr (ilve mo a call and be convinced. urst-elas- Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kinds of Shirts Made to Order Very Respectfully. JOHN I,. JONES. aug33-9- South Frankfort, Ky. I . - , i 5, B ' um " MW t . t . PHILIP SELBERTv The JewelerT -- ': HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF- - llfPilf m jr 7 o mM 1 Ei E I 385 8 t3 .'ciuw C a J Pii en vy Vj?' oily 8HMH e V9UBU Id IS Oa Clocks of Every Description. SOLID SILVER WARE, STERLING FINE, SILVER PLATED WARE r Rogers' ' Triple-plate- d Such as Rogers, Smith & Co., Meriden Britannia Co., and Pairpoint Manufacturing Co. Jewelry Store. Repairing and Engraving Knives, and a full line of everything found in a first-clas- s neatly executed. Look at some of the prices: G-ol- d. s I BEST MANUFACTURE IN THE COUNTRY, Fpvix Oiaxice Toirit Solid. Silver American Stem "T7"in.dj.3.g' TX7"a,tclies, onl3r $ie.OO ; ZDiarELOzid. Eing-- from $4.00 "ap ; ZfcTifeel Solid Crold. "W"atc:b.ee from $20 to $150;rTriple-plstte' ZEZziives,, $3.50 per UDozs.; OlockG fxozri $1.00 to $5.00; Sterling Pine Solid. Silver, $1.75 per Oiaja.ce; Solid.S ilver TliirrLToles, 255 c. ZESog-ersd. And articles too numerous to mention at rock bottom Cash Prices. All articles purchased at my store Engraved Free of Charge. Thxeo Fine Presents Given Away as Usual. SKE233BIG CLOCK, St. Clair Street. KSnCTSEtY REMEMBER THE PLACE, PHILIP SELBERT, Nov. 27-4- 1. ZEZK-IfcTZKIIFOIECT i. Jeweler, :snTT"cro2:-"- - ti Editor of Roundabout: In an issue of your paper a few weeks ago your Tiojrti correspondent stated that some of the b(!Us tliat I had .sent out to be distributed to the indigent children of the county had fallen into the hands of certain parties and been sold by them at fabulous prices. This was a serious charge to biing against any one on mere rumor, and I immediately the matter. I heard that Mr. J.W. Forbes had been selling the books 1 have known Mr. Forbes many years and know him to be too honorable a gentleman to be guilty of such an act, and I am glad to be able to exonerate him in this matter The truth is, that when Mr. Forbes opened the school at Sand Kittle he found there was not a book suitable for the school room, and after notifying the parents of the children to get the projK'r books and they failing to do ho, .mi. Forbes came to Frankfort and bought of Messrs. Meagher Bros. $2o worth of books on his own account and sold $S.2" worth to parties in the district at the same price they were billed to him On learning that 1 had received books for the indigent children he returned the unsold books to .Meagher Bros, and procured books from me for free distribution, of which he had distributed live and the balance I found in the hands of one of the trustees, not a single one of them had been sold. Thus Mr. Forbes in trying to do the patrons of sented and I hope you will publish this as an act of justice to him. Thomas IIuntek, County Nup't. oftichoola. his school a favor has been misrepre- RECOLLECTIONS OP AN OLD CITIZEN. years ago I came to FrankA. W. Hampton, to upend my Christmas holidays, and while here I received a situation as mailing and with the delivory clerk in the then clever, honest, conscientious Postmaster, Benj. F. Johnson, with whom I lived near three year, and I found and formed the acquaintance of the following old citizens and young men of about my own ao then living in Frunkfort und Franklin county, who have all died and passed away, I hope to that better, brighter world in heaven. Also a few other names of persons and children born soon after I came, who have all passed away und gone to rest. Very respectfully, H. G. Banta. Crittenden, Orlando Brown, Hon. J. J. Judge Mason Brown, Harrison Blantou, Peter Dudloy, Ambrose Dudloy, Joptha Dudley, Edward Dudloy, L. Broadhead, Dan'l Epperson, John Vaughan, Wm. Morris, Charles Morris, Elishu McCurdy, Dr. McCurdy, Joseph Gray, Juo. T. Pendleton, Marshall Black, Lurkin Samuel, Forty-nin- e fort, ia company with Post-olllc- e, h .1 fy BS? ; : '.' '' Robt. Samuel, Wm. Miller, John P. Redding, Jomes Dryden, James Shannon, John W. Pruett, Ambrose George, Paddy Burns, Benj. F. Johnson, Sr., Harrison Johnson, W. Stnpleton Johnson, David Johnson, Noel Johnson, Osborne Belt, A. S. Parker, E. H. Toylor. Capt. Lockwood, Oliver Anderson, Dr. E. H. Watson, Henry Watson, John Watson, Old Man Watson, Philip Swigert, Jacob Swigert, O. Swigert, John Swigert, Dr. Hawkins; Josoph Thos. N. Lindsey, John R. Scott, Robt. W. Scott, Joel Scott, Thos. S. Theobald, Dr. Thcodald, Griffin Theobald, Dr. Williamson Price, Win. Matthews, Jonathan Meek, B. B. Sayre, Churchill Samuel, Wm. Talbott, Henry C. Mitchell, Alex. Mitchell, Fleming Mitchell, Wm. Scarce, Henry Wlngate, Isaac Wingato, Dr.FraneiB Lloyd, John Lloyd, Ross Lindsay, Langston Bacon, Sr., Michael Bars-toCapt. John Woods, A. Conery, Philip Taylor, James Goodwin, Hugh Goodwin, Wm. Lyons, Anderson Gibson, Robert Harper, Henry Iseminger, John M. Helms, Lewis J. Foster, Gov. Charles S. Morehead, James T. Morehead, Wm. Tanner, Sam'l. I. M. Major, sr., S. I. M. Major, jr., John B. Major, Win. Major, Dr. Patrick Major, Judge John Brown, Albert Bucon, Williamson Bacon, John Mills, Dr. J. M. Mills, Rev. Thornton Mills, Wm. Veach, Jacob Mills, Georgo Downing, David Devine, 0. G. Cates, Judge J. M. Hewitt, Edward Howitt, Geo. Marshall Wood, Harry Har-diW. Harrison Kean, James Duke, Wm. Long, Richard Long, Sam. Long, Henry Long, Benj. Cogle, John Coglo, Capt. Wm. Payne, William B. Risk, Willie Dehoney, Sara'l Cogswell, Albert Dillon, Dr. Crockett, Dandridge Crockett, Jesse Morris, Robt. Collins, Verdiman Collins, R. E. Collins, James Walston, George W. Walston, Wm. Walston, Richard T. Coleman, Eli Murray, James D. Murray, sr., Sol. Geo. Winebriuner, Robt. Noel, Silas M. Noel, Rr., John Vest, Thos. Shock-leWm. Abbott, Flood Shockloy, Ned Burns, Ned Hatchitt, Gen. Geo. B. Crittenden. E. W. Crittenden, Dr. J. T. Dickorson, Dr. Sol. Sharp, Richard Sharp, Dr. Clark, John Campbell, J. L. Moore, M. R. Stealy, George Stealy, Gov. R. P. Letcher, Gov. Wm. Owsley, M. Dana, Jno. L.Moore, Cornelius Callaghan, Robt. E. Finnell, John Mullen, Michael Buckloy, Win. Buckley, Dr. Alex Hensley, Jack Hensley, Dr. Benj. Hensley, Rev. Benj. Hensley, sr., Dick Richardson, Joel Richardson, Old Man Richardson, Ally Hensley, Andrew Monroe, Judge Ben. Monroe, Benj. J. Monroe. Dr. Ben. Monroe, jr., Judge Thos. B. Monroe, sr., John A. Monroe, James Monroe, Victor Monroe, Thos. B. Monroe, jr., Wm. Ilnly, James Ross, John Lewis, Zach-arLewis, Goo. W. Lowis, Jack Harris, Capt. Wm. Harris, Kean O'Hara, Theodoro O'Hara, James O'Hara, Charles O'Hara, John G. Price, Richard Price, Nelson Thos. Hoffner, Rich. Gillespie, Asa Carrol, W. H. Gray, Dr. Lewis Snead, Dr. Wm. Snead, Capt. John Holton, Sandy Holton, Lucien Holton, Robt. Holton, Benj. Luckott, Jack Luckott, Charles Harris, Jerry Kendall, Rolliud Kendall, Wm. Kendall, James Kendall, Harrison Kondall, John Morris, Lem. Morris, James Williams, Weis-senge- r, e, Wine-brinno- r, y, Hon. James Harlan, Wm. Harlan, Richard D. Harlan, H. Clay Hnrlan, Wm. Gorham, J. Spill Coleman, Chapman Coleman, John J. Hampton. Thos. Hampton, Wm. Hampton, Win. Greenup, Nelson Alley, James Alley, James Jackson, A. W. Hampton, Eben W Stedman, Thos. Warren. Capt. G. W. Howe, Alex. W. Mackliu, sr.. Benoni Mackliu, Wm. French, sr., John Macklin, John TJ. Waring, Dr. J. G. Charles Reynolds, Charles S.Leonard. Albert Leonard, James-- . F. Leonnrd, Anderson Gibson, Mnssie Franklin, Robert A. Browner, Alex. G. Brawner, Gran Graham. Geo. Graham, sr., J. R. Graham, James Graham, DoVid Meriwether, Col. A. G. Hodges.A. C. Keenon, Obannon Petitt, Jack Potitt, Nelson Petitt, Thos. S. Page, James R. Page, sr., James R. Page, jr., Wm. Page, St. C. J. Page, Wm. B. Holemnn, Harrod Holeman, Preston Loughborough, John Loughborough, Old Man Loughborough, Goodman, John C. Herndon, sr., Wm. T. Herndon, Ned Ayres, Walter N. Ayres, Henry Giltner, Frank Moffett, M. Monks Benj. Hickman, jr., Frank Hickman, Col. Alexander H. Rennick, James Ross, Isham Goins, Wm. Johnson, Joseph Clark, W. Johnson Todd, Win. M. Todd, Thos J. Todd, Samuel Todd, Frank Todd, Judgo Sam'l Todd, Dabney Todd, John Lafon, Dr. Underwood, Dr. Wm. L. Crutcher, Wm. Whitehead, Jacob Beaverson, Geo. W. Berry, Sam'l Miles, William 'Stephens, John Stephens, W. A. Gaines, Charles West, Win. West, sr., Lee Macoy, Gus Macoy, Marine West, Van West, Jno. Bowon, High Johnston, Thos. Foster, John L. Mays, Simeon Montague, James Senton, Major Brooks, Jno. P. Cammack, A. G. Frank Chinn, Morgan B. Chinn, Alex. Quinn, Thos. Judge, James Judge, Hugh Judge, Theodore Judge, Judgo Jno. M. Bacon, Albert Bacon, Williamson Bacon, Edward Bacon, Alex. Bacon, Thos. Callaghan, Adam Kahr, Joseph Pfeifer, Wm. Callery, Ephraim Whitesides, Geo. W. Gwin, Ed. Hewitt, Jno. Mayhall, Geo. Kee-non, J-i- Cnm-mac- k, W. y HofT-no- r, Davidson, Gervias M. Russell, James Taylor, Thos. Conn, Humphrey Evans, John Evans, Jumes Evans, Wm. Harris, Gen. W. H. Hardin, Harry Hardin, James Stough-ton- , Old Man Stoughton, Sylvester Welsh, John Julian, Charles Julian, Philip Fouke, Charles Hutchison, Sydney Johnson, Dr. Phythian, Col. James H. Garrard, Ned. Leonard, Nat. Cook, Charley Morris, Br., Juo. Baltzell, Joseph Smith, Geo. Jacob Smith, Josoph Rosson, Wm. Settles, Harry Mordecui, Petor Smith, Nat. Lyons, John Ward, Capt. Frank Chambers, Capt. Jno. Chambers, Joseph Tcylor, Richurd Bohanuun, E. II. Toles, Riahard WntsonrWm. Watson, Bob. Llewellyn Harvio, G. W. Owens, Gus Stoughton, J. Nort. Stoughton, Chas. Huzelott, Thomas Kinkead, Thornton Eas-loCharles Miles, H. R. Powell, John Stout, sr., John Sneed, Wurron Sneed, Landon Snoed, Weston Thomas, John Richard Samuel, John Samuel, James White, Urial B.Chumbers, J. Mitch-ur- n Stephens, sr., Stophon Fenwlck, Lewis Fonwick, James Phillips, J. Mnroose, John Boone, Walter Buck, David Dryden, sr., Benj. Hickman, Wm. Ellis, Z. Boyer, Crum-baugh, Triplott, Joseph Allen, Col. James Gill-tlllo- n, y, Mo-Quid- y, Zephaniah Willioms, Rev. Drew, Father Lancaster, Austin P. Cox, Wm.Cox, Jacob Cox, Charles Reynolds, sr., Sydney John Burbridge, Joseph Clinton, E. M. Blackburn. Wm. Buford, sr., Harry Brown, Sam'l McChesnoy, Charles Leonard, Benj. Milam, sr., James Withrow, sr., James Darlington, Fronk White, C. N. Johnson, Dr. Joseph G. Roberts, Fred. Roberts, Henry Roberts, John Quarles, Joseph Rosson, Moses Morrison, James Brown. James Moriison, Joel Hickman, Richard Hickman, John Hickman, Sam'l. Knott, Jas. Tate, Charles Conover, W. P. Loomis, Ray Mayhall, Jesse Morris, Asa Carl. Harvio Breathitt, Albert Taylor, John Taylor, Abraham Chambers, Walter Stapp, Samuel C. Leonard. A list of some of the most prominent old ladies who were alive when I came to Frankfort, December 24th, 1887 : Mrs. Jeptha Dudloy, Mrs. Ambrose Dudloy, Mrs. Petor Dudley, Mrs. Mason Brown, Mrs. Orlando Brown, Mrs. John Goodman, Mrs. Lucas Broadhead, Mrs. Alex. Rennick, Mrs. James Dryden, Mrs. James Shannon, Mrs. Nelson Alley, Mrs. Benj. F. Johnson, sr., Mrs. Benj. F. Johnson, jr., Mrs. Jacob Swigert, Mrs. Thos. N. Lindsey, Mrs. Jno. Vest, Mrs. Gran. Graham, Mrs. Geo. Gra ham, Mrs. David Graham, Mrs. Jno. Gaylo, Mrs. Jno. Campbell, Mrs. Bass, Mrs. Richard Gillespie, Mrs. Judgo Bradly, Mrs. Judge Howitt, Mrs. Leo Macy, Mrs. Gus Mncy, Mrs. Benj. Cogle, Mrs. W. H. Grny, Mrs. Sam'l Major, sr., Mrs. Jno. Price, Mrs. Helen Tremere, Mrs. Charles O'Hara, Mrs. Mary Franklin, Mrs. Judge Thos. Monroe, sr., Mrs. Benj. Monroe, Mrs. Benj. Luckett, Mrs. A. G. Cammack, Mrs. Jno. Wood, Mrs. Basha Long, Mrs. Spillman Coleman, Mrs. Alex. W. Macklin, Mrs. Wm. French, Mrs. Col. Sharp, Mrs. Welsh, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Jno. C. Herndon, Mrs. Jno. J. Crittenden, Mrs. Dan'l Epperson, Mrs. J. W. Pruett, Mrs. E. H. Taylor, sr., Mrs. dipt. Lockwood, Mrs. Olivia Anderson, Mrs. Joseph Allen, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Thos. S. Thoobald, sr., Mrs. Charles 8. Morehead, Mrs. James T. Morehead, Mrs. Dr. Lloyd, Mrs. Trigg, Mrs. Larkiu Samuel. Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Ned Burns, Mrs. R. P. Letcher, Mrs. Joseph Taylor, Mrs. Josoph Belt, Mrs. Harrison Blanton, Mrs. Daniel Roper, Mrs. Dr. McCurdy. Mrs. Austin P. Cox, Mrs Epes, Mrs. Love, Miss Talbott, Mrs. Elvira Skillmnn, Mrs. Holton, Mrs. Robt. MoKee, Mrs. Daniel Weisiger, Mrs. Richard Stout, Mrs. Powoll, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. McQuiddy, Mrs. Wood Hawkins, Mrs. Richard Richmond, Mrs. Hurry Hardie, Mrs. James Davidson, Mrs. Dr. Major, Mrs. Wm. 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(i rooms, never-falliwell, siileiulld joutiKoichiml. together Willi all necepsury For further lnlormn-tlonuiiptothe underpinned, (irufcreusuurtf.fehel-b- y county or oii'the premises. ROBEKT STORTS. Oct. 1 in. . l) 9-- ng FARM FOR SALE! CONTAININU 152 ACRKS, Adjoining the Kentucky Military Institute, Mx miles mhUIi of Frankfort. A Comfoitabh And good es Two-Sto- ry House I and greater pint In urahs: eight acres In apple orchard, trees !u excellent beurnig condition. 1'or further liijormatlon. upply at l'aino tc Hem's Insurance Oltlce, or to llMMt. (JEN'L SCOTT BROWN. on the place; well watered, o LOST. STEER CALVES BRANDED A flUtEEthe left hip. A llbeinl reward WITH he will paid for their return to mo or such Information an will enublu me to get them. D. B. WA1.CUTT. Nov.O-lt- . rv. r i. fiMMKBiMlfl&li JJ mmmtmmmjtlUt J l 4AJ 4 t Ikjl J ,W- Sr. 1' umm.wii- "'.F.viw&?'r'Tu,rtn'r.-'ry'',r?v:t'tfiijtGMii''ijC':' nu MuvitLni'ilAjui AlTER Now DEATH. mfMm'nt1l SANDEHSON'S KID. - P "Olo Lorn Sanderson? You'll find him Btraight ahead up Saw-Mi- ll gulch, stranger. Fuller th' trail 'hout half a mile bey out the MollicBris bane tunnel can't miss it th' tunnel th' dump jest backa up over the trail like a balky hoss an' north of th' trail, d'rect under tho ahndder ther' of Horn Silver mount'n, you'll run chuck up ngin Lem's cabin. 'S th' same ranch ho untVr have, unly t'a frilled un' fixed up with chromos of angils an' Rich. An' 'f ole Loin ain't readin' liin Bible or huinniin' some newfangled church hymns I'll giv' ye quitclaim deed to a half int'rest in th' Joe " 'Now Lem,' says I, 'don't give up Boss." thet way. 'Th' "junier's" all right. He's "Reading the Bible? Sinking hymns?" only off'n th trail, an' we'll go back an' d I echoed in amazement. My lank, find him.1 informant smiled sardonically, "Never was n more helplesser man nodded his head, and led me across the Intervention, induced to Beck comfort than Lem, Ho follered me out into in n Bible was almost incomprehensirocky street to a dingy cabin, discamp, dazed, an' as I called th' boys an' tinguished from its neighbors by the ble. I mentally nrgued, as my informant, with a flourish of his arm, indicated tole'bout 'th' kid' lost up on th' mount'n, p legend: Inn." he never spoke. But we all know'd how Lem Sanderson, grown religious, must where I was to sit at the single ho felt. We got up a crowd right quick indeed bo a novelty in Red CliiF, 1 table which graced the corner of the nobody were 'fraid of thet snowstorm d bottle, that had thought. Five years before, when the saloon. A when they heerd tho kid was in it 'bout camp was founded, I had known him us at some period of its existence evi- twenty on us, ole Lem follerin' 'round tho most impious man in the Rocky dently done virtuous service as a pickle like a dumb animal. As we started off Mountains, with a pronounced dis- receptacle, was placed on t'ae board be- some feller spoke up an' suys: 'Le's take respect for all tilings divine and a shock- tween us, and my loquacious companion a rope; p'rhaps he's fallen into a shaft.' ing depravity of speech. No one knew continued: "Lem just groaned an' said no more. "So you was a friend of old Lem Sanwhence ho came, and the inivt adroit "Says I, 'No, we can go up for tho Owl inquiries or genuine expressions of sym- derson. Tough ole sinner, wasn't he? I Roost lay-o'fhe has, an' I ain't thinkin, pathy rarely inveigled him into refer- don't jest somehow remember all how it so,' to brace up Lem. 'Tain't no use e movements, came 'round thet way I alurs was scart tellin' how we struggled an' ilounder'd ence to his past. His flaming red hair, and beard unkempt of Lem as death and kept mighty quiet all 'long that trail, clear from the gulch und uncombed steel gray eyes, and on his claim but anyway one night, to the Roost, and nary a sign of the kid moody humors made him repulsive to thet was last fall, me and him kinder Then some one says: 'May be he slipped every one who obeyed the border social pooled our int'rests and made a bargain the trail and walked into the Heh's Fire law of taking people as one finds them. to prospect the hill together all winter. shaft.' Now you bet we warn't long in He was one of tho first to cross the Course you know how them things is snowy range, after the rumors of the done. So I shifted my traps into his makin' track i ther'. Not more'n twenty rich carbonate discoveries on Battle cabin up the gulch yonder, and settled yards off'n the trail wo nigh stumbled mountain had reached the Arkansas val- down like an ole bear ' winter with Lem into the round, gapin1 hole. Ther' warn't ley, carving his way through the thick an' th' little one. The greatest kid in no tiail, an' 'fther had been the snow'd undergrowth and huge snow banks of these parts, thet boy. Bright an' good, wiped it out. "All this time olo Lem war gettin' fur him, Tennessee pass, and down the dismal an' cute ain't no names Eagle river, which, only a few seasons stranger. Little Lorn, thet's 'the kid,' whiter'n weaker. Says he: 'Tom, holler wur goin' onto 7 about then, and stunted down.' previous, had been the hunting-groun- d "'Twarn't no good, though, nothin' like. Tough an' strong, of Colorow and his band of murderous und small Utes. Old Lem Sanderson never faltered though, he was, same as mount'n oak. but th' echo come back to us. "'Tom,' saya ho again, puttin' his at the snows and blasts and besoms Y'never seed a babe fonder of his daddy which impeded his lonely invasion and then 'Lem Junior' was, and Lem, well, hand upon my shoulder, jest like thet, 'Tom.' says he, 'can you pray?' imperiled his life. He saw no sugges he worshipt thet boy, sol know'd some-thi"Tho tears was in his eyes an' I terrible was comin' 'long some of tions of a oupreme power in the lofty these fine days. An' sure as y'live it know'd Lem Sanderson's soul hed some pyramids whose white winding sheets how come back to him. Now, I ain't no reflected smiles from sunlit spots, or in did, jest as I said. "Over ther upon Battil mount'n me prayin' man, but it seemed like as if the the cavernous ravines, wliero the gloom was almost Plutonian and where one and Lem whacked up on some allfired whole Bible come to mo in a flash. ""Fyou can, an' it ain't askin' too claims. Ther was the false step would end with death in the rapids below. He only realized that "it Gulch Sperret, Fust Chance, Owl Roost, much, Tom,' says he. his voice shakin', pray th' "junier" ain't dead, an' ask th' was nat'ral." His trust was not reposed an' Hell's Fire lodes, all good, an' every d one of 'em under seven fuot of snow. to send him to us.' in God, but in a superannuated burro "Every man took his hat off'n thet that, unaccustomed to the chills and ices Tli' Hell's Fire laid down acrost Lime-stu- n flat, 'bout half ways 'tween th' snow storm an' Ml on his knees with of the north, slipped and staggered at very step. His anxiety and fears were cabin an' th' Owl Roost. Th' Roost, me and Lem Sanderson. They arn't see, took a sharp shoot over th' east elmen, mor n us, aiy ot 'em church-goi- n alone concerned in a little golden-haire- d bow of th' mount'n ther. Now, it didn't but somehow when we onct got a send-of- f lad who lay tightly, though tenderly, we told the Lord's pray'r as it ain't lathed upon the hammock of camp uten- pan out near s'well as me an' Lem had sils and provender under which the don- calkerlated. We put th' shaft down a of'n told, an' as we come to 'amen' ole hundred an' ten foot by th' tape, tim Lem kept right on, an' says he: 'Oh, key groaned and labored. For many days the perilous journey bered her up snug, too, but the vein Lord, if you only give us back th' runmn' to a "junier" never will wo take Thy name'n was continued without mishap, and for give out like a knife-blad- e ' as many nights the queer trinity en- pint, so we quit. Course we couldn't vain, an' oh, Lord, if " 'What's thet?' said Lem, jumpin' to 'ford to loaf longer'n we could help, so dured the hardships of the icy wilderness without suffering a single ill, old the next thing we done we jest pulled ' his feet; I heerd th' "junier's" voice. Lem Sanderson, his infant boy, and up th' ole wiu'lass and moved her up on Th' shaft, boy's; ho's in th' shaft; an' didn't pooty nigh faithful four footed slavo arriving at til' Oivl "RnnQf E?!ji1ir in lm ivintor . with thet if olo length in safety at their destination, tho thet was 'fore much enow fell. Pooty go crazy an' jump into th' hole. Away present site of Red Cliff. The triangu- near ev'ry day Lem Junier would went th' boys up to th' Owl Roost, Lem lar basin at the confluenne of Eagle scram'le up th' trail same as a Sonora an' all of us, fur th' win'lass an' rope an' bucket. Now, 6tranger, it warn't no river and Saw Mill gulch rapidly filled mule, up past th' ole Hell's Fire shaft up with log cabins, whisky, and law- 'course thet was one of Lem's darned loafin' job gettin' that outfit down to th' wicked names to were wo war blastin'; Hell's Fire an' puttin' it up. Lem fit like lessness. Through all tile transformations old Lem remained the head of the then soon aa he come 'long tired he'd a badger to go down in th' bucket, but community its mayor and recorder. take the back trail to th gulch. He he was too scary, so we sent down Jim The rougher denizens held him in awe nsver ktiowed anything 'bout fear, an Clancy. As the bucket fell nigh the his up mind hunderd-foo- t line we heered Jim holler and fear. They affected to know him, when he made well, Lem ole never Easy.' Then wo dropped him same as but when pinned down to the extent of to go day, if he was 'lighten' on a nest of eggs. bright One nothin'. their acquaintance rarely went beyond said admitting that he was from Arkansas, sun high, as Lem an' the kid an' me was Pooty soon come, just so we could hear Georgia, or somo indefinite place at the sittin' at the shaft eating bacon an it, 'Hoist away.' an' not more'n two south, and that really they could tell no sour dough bread nobody made better minutes by the watch ole Lem was hug-t'junier' same as no kid was ever more about him. He never manifested sour dough bread 'n Lem 'long comes an ambition to become a graveyard a big white cloud over Holy Cross huirned afore. "Not a scratch! Strangest thing 'sever starter, nor was it ever related of him mount'n. " Say, dad,' spoke up the young'n, happened in camp. Th' 'junier' hed that that he made a conspicuous pistol-plafallen a hundred an' ten feet by th' tape. but somehow and 1 must confess 'who makes the doud?' "Ole Lem looked at me kinder shamed, ah' never turned a hair. You see, that I was a victim to the sensation mypooty soon after we left th' Hell's Fire selfeverybody got tho impression that an' said nuthin'. "Course I know'd the Lord was rVpon-siblin the fall, Frank McLurkoy lo3t a old Lem would kill on anything like a but it scart mo to think Lem burro, and tho darned fool hed walked reasonable provocation. I found him at right into thet shaft at night sometime. that time u queer complexity. He might swear if I said so. "Now, what d'you reckon that kid Top of th' ole carcass th' snow-be- d was Unhospitality personified. ho learned himself, enjoyed tho thought on next? S.iys he, soft like: sifted in five or six foot of it an' when 'Say, dad, have them clouds wings samo th' 'junier' fell th' angils he'd made the of intellectual converse, attrition as angils?' 'quaintance of unbeknownst to ole Lem ineven tho dignity of that but "He was gazin dumb at thet cloud, jest kinder took caro thet he didn't hit ' dulgence could never stay nor soften the dreadful blasphemies which came an' it seemed to me as if it was comin' th' side of tlf shaft, an' ho never hurt ever rushihg to his lip, and filled his right down with open arms to carry him himself. When ho got tired hollerin' he went to sleep, an' tiiet's th' way Jim listeners with tho vague dread that a off. "Lem didn't take kind to what th' nirtnrV fmmil )limiluiiil Mann Wnii' lightning bolt or paralysis might any injunier said, I could see they, fur his face how d'you 'sposo ole Lem heard th' ' stant bilenco him. Old mountaineers, habituated to the vices of the frontier, wrinkled, but the fust time omreo'rd ho 'junier's' voice when he warn't speakin'? Bhuddered insensibly within hearing of forgot to swear. Tlio kid jest took his Ther ain't no man'n th' camp c'nanswer Wliero d'you 'aposo thet, an' it's troubled em all a heap, his tirades against the Creator, and breath 'way. turned their backs upon him. Ho be- that boy heard of angils? Ther 'xcept Lorn, an' he says now it was the It'a no lieved in neither God, man nor devil, warn't another word spoke, in all fifteen Lord answer'n his prayer. Ho scorned the church in particular, and minutes it must hev been, till suddent diligence. Lem kept his word. Bcoffed at Christianity in general. His th' sun got lost an' th' snow come down, ain't aworn nono since, on' ho can quote j Bible with anybody. lisping boy, then 1) years old, was the an' then th'kid took th' "Church? Yes, Bir; Lem's our preacher. only living thing in whoso presence ho spite of us. Somethiu' must hev told "juy respects, stranger; 'member mo forgot himself so far as to stifle his Lem what was layin up fur him. He wicked speeches. If over a child was dono mighty little talkin' rest of thet to Lem." Co wen in Chicago News. the exclusivo custodian of a father's day. Well, stiunger, thet storm beat A VrencluiiMii In Iloitun. all th' allllr'deat blizzard ever seo'd in hopes und romance, it was "Lem SanHaving heard much of Boston baked derson's kid," the "junier." A gypsy these parts. In ten minutes tho wind benns, I went to a place Bald to bo born was never more indifferent or un- blew'n in all directions at ouct, un th' famous for them. I ordered a dish, ate trained to fear. Perched on his father's (lakes was comin' down like as if some- a few, then pushed tho plato aside, a back, the scaling of a quartzito bluff or body up tlier'n th' sky was shavin' 'em much disappointed man. Molasses and a dash down the mountain side on swift off'n big ice cakes. Soon's I seo'd th' bean3 baked together in a slice of fat Norwegian suowshoes was the keenest trail was chokin' up, Loin,' eays I, pork heavens! There is one item of enjoyment that he craved. And Lem 'lel'B a;g fur tho cabin.' Nover whim- steady diet here that must strike all pered u word, but picked up his tools an' foreigners Sanderson seemed to love his boy tho as most remarkable. The better for this strange passion, as if he follered. I've had rough knocks 'n the habit which too many Americans huv- e. ap-palliweb-foote- was therein the reflection of something that touched his parent vanity. Many times I endeavored to lift tho black mantle from Lem Sanderson's past, but save the fact that he was a southerner, and the intimation that his wife had proved recreant to her vowa, my designing queries were futile. There was only one conclusion to be drawn: That Lem Sanderson was a name of concealment, and that he had outwitted the legal powers by stealing his own child. Once I implored him, as he loved his boy, to renounce the evil habit which must certainly bo imparted to tho lad as he grew older, but - tho mere suggestion of evil befalling his child only served to invite a fresh volley of his oaths, and I abandoned all hope of ever being concerned in his redemption. That the same Lem Sanderson could have been, by any human accident of mount ns, out never nothin' like thet. We must hev lost the trail a dozen times. "Onct Lem BayB, scart like: 'Torn, 'spoe he's got home?' "'Tween me an' you I lied doubts, but says I: 'Yes, sure.' "Barkeep! S'more water. Thank'eel My best respects, stranger! "Well, sir, th' junier warn't at home, je3t as I thought. Makes mo shudder to this present minute to ree'lect th' cuss words thet Lem lot go on. An' somehowyou've hed a light blow out on ye when ther was no wind s'far's you could see? same way 'Lem shut off Qvearin He ain't swore sence. All of a suddent he jest 8 tort an' looked at me insane-lik- axle-greas- e "Do-Dro- log-to- p grim-visage- ut eel-lik- n' well-appeari- n' Lo-o-r- i I L-- First Time lln Droit Un I'ay At llriguiller Gunef.il Ni CumiiliiMi Ion. I shall never forgot thefinu lime John Fon drew his pay us hngailioi general and the tune he had of it. When the paymaster entered the ofllcu 1 said tu myself, "I have seen that luce before. and alt of a sudden it flushed upon HI'S that I had heard the voice and .een tin) Chloroform In the Dentist's Chair. man before me. now chid in Federal tuii-- i Bnefly, then, I will bring out the form, play "Nick of tho Woods" and tho facts: Chloroform in the dentist's chair "Idiot Witness," uud other real old is a dangerous agent, utterlv unreliable, ciirdlerj dur-thoroughly unsafe and only permissible ing that time in my life when 1 preferred'. vnfio un .ajiuiiuiiul'ii pnysicinn is me Jack Sheppard" to the "Hunchback." administrator. Sulphuric ether is not and I was not mistaken, for the payso dangerous, and, when administered master was none other than Mr. William by a physician, rarely produces death. M. Fleming, the Jibbennio.sny of the old Any of tho compounds of ether carry National theatre, of Boston, in 1834. with them the same danger. The other Neither the governor, Browning, nor agent, nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, as myself had ever seen a pay account it is commonly called, is, when properly so Mnj. Fleming explained to John-Mprepared and administered, a safe and reall about his pay proper, commutaliable agent. While the fact remains as tion for filel, quarters, allowance for proof of its safety that thousands three burses, etc, ' thoughout the country are using it, it is The dialogue between the paymaster also true that the thorough success of it and Johnson lasted nearly an hour, and ia marred by incompetent, ignorant concluded about as follows: "But. major, men. Dentist in Brooklyn Eagle. I haven't purchased any coal; there's at least 100 tons right under where you aro An Arclireologtst's Discovery. standing, and it is all mine, or as much Hnlbherr, the arclueohist, who i3 at work in Crete for the Italian govern- of it as I want to use. I have the best ment, has found a number of votivo of- of quarters across the way that I hava ferings in bronze and clay in a cavern confiscated, so to speak, and my only which is called after Jupiter, because he expense is for gas." "Yes, but you don't is supposed to have been born therein. seem to understand, governor, that you certain amount of money Remains of ox and goat aro allowed a fuel, for quarters, fee I for horses, etc.; hoins, bronze knives, and arrow-head- s but if you get any of these things, or all indicate that there was some sort of of them, for nothing, so much the better worship on the spot. There is an outer for you. You are just so much in ind an inner cavern with stalactites and don't you see? You are not only en- i river. N. Y. Times. titled - to it. but you must receive it and sign for it. " Hot." "Well, major, you aro very courteous and very plausible in your explanations; but nil hell can't convince me that I should sign for and accept money for. fuel and house rent and horse feed that I haven't spent money for, and which I get for nothing; and I'm just simply damned if I'll do it. " And he never did, and Fleming counted out his brigadier's pay to him, minus commutation allowances, and retired from his pronenco a highly disgusted and badly demoralized with the words confounded fool on his murmuring lip3. Some time afterward I met Mnj. Fleming, and he said: "Well, they may say what tho please about old Andy, but there's one thing certain, he's dead on the square." Ben C. Truman in Now York Times. Tho j " I blood-and-thundstem-windin- of masticating toothpicks is very disagreeable. I've seen Bnstonians leave tho dinner table holding toothpicks between their teeth. I've seen them in the purlor, talking to ladies, and I've en them walking in the street) still ith a bit of quill or wood in their month. These name persona would scorn to pick their teeth at table. When a sliver of meat happens to lodge between two incisors, it must be got rid of. So up go both handa or a handkerchief as u shield, and then, with clever finger work, the sliver is removed. This operation looks very much as if the person wis taking out his or her false teeth under cover. Clever people ought not to do this; nor should they sit at table as if in a room whero theio was a corpse. Except for the rattling of dishes, you would not hear enough noise In a public dining-rooin this country to frighten a tly. It is ever so mucli better; seated at table, to enjoy ourselves naturally and without overmuch of formality. What with conversation and laughter, a French dining-roois. indeed, a noisy plnce. but not very often a disagreeable one, and raot certainly it never has the appearance of a morgue. Boston Herald. ' m lovt) has loosed It bold And dropped from thy Hfo's majesty and A llttto thou rcmeihbcrect, at leneMi mourn her thou bo passionless ot olilf rttf that her clasplns strength. to Just as the oal loud winds being calm, tuoro Hears Under his large deeps of rnln-wof- c leaves Tho delicate vinestcms fluttering, an-- ' Fof that Bo thou, g.rf.ivii', wti it lie has heeded not beforo, Her Tho A uiiiik iibvciice, g day's elnsliftig discords mute, dosr and art mindful of it then. Whoa purples tho vuguo west, auJ when golden Ilre-tl- y reels through Mimmof Ed gat Pan roll. dark. STORY OP ANDREW JOHNSON. g be-fo- p, m t half-burn- ed ... i - rfT'VjjS)' -- r Detective Have you seen a tramp about hero with one eyo and ouo armf h' Tramp No, paid, I ain't. I was looking for Detective Sorry. man of that description. Ho's wanted for a murder in Now York. Tid Bits. y, Told Ily Traveling Men. J e, J i Tho fall stylo of thermometers are being buL't with basement attachments. . man's aro what make him successful in business very frequently. William Smith sat down hard on a con of dynamite. Later on his wifo went around and collected her Bill. Some enterprising cigarette firm should advertise that they will glvo away a first class coflln on tho return of u certain number if less. She suffered' and toiled until "Retrienipy packages. Tke cofllu would bo useful bution." a story sho had written for The well as ornamental. Merchant Traveler. Mrs. Soulhwortlt'itlloiiil to Success. Mrs. Emma D. E. Nevitt Southworth stumbled in a way upon her popularity as a novelist. Intellectually, her work has never been above mediocrity it may liavo been below but it has brought in far more monev than if it had len finer and stronger. The averr age is neither fastidious nor critical; his sole desire is to bo stimulated ami to occupy time, and extravagant, improbable commonplaces will servo to this end. Mrs. Nevitt, having been marrie.l at 22, was deserted by her husband after bearing him two chil-dirand thrown entirely on her own resources. She taught school in Washington, 0., nnd tried to oko out subsistence- by making manuscript. It was haul to tell which of theso two arduous, produced tho wearing employments novel-readen. l. u ! back-trac- k j I Ho Was Not Walking. Jabo Mathis, of tho Thirteenth Georgia, was a good soldier, but one day when the Confederates wero retreating from tho gory Held of Gettysburg, Jabo throw his musket on tho ground, seated himself by tho road side and exclaimed with much vehemence: "I'll bo dashed if I wullc another step! I'm broke upl I can't do it!" And Jabo was tho picture of despair. "Git up, man," exclaimed his captain; "don't you know tho Yankees aro following us? They'll git you, surol" "Can't help it," said Jabo; "I'm dono for. I'll not walk another stepl" The Confederates passed along over the crest of a hill, and lost sight of poor, dejected Jabo. In a moment there was a fresh rattlo of musketry and a renewed crash of bliclls. Suddenly Jabo uppeuied on tho crest of tho hill moving like a hurricuuo and followed by a cloud of dut. As ho dashed past his captain that ofllcer yelled: "Hello, Jubel thought you wasn't going to walk uny nioror "Thunder!" replied Jabo, as ho hit tho dust with renewed vigor, "you don't call this walking, do you ("Savannah News, National lira, was issued in book form and unexpectedly had an extraordinary sale. It relieved her necessities and demonstrated her ability to provide for herself by moans she had not anticipated. Since that day a period of thirty-seveyears she has turned out sensational tales at. tho rate of two or three n'iniially, which havo been devoured by tho multitude and ignored by the discriminating. Their titles sound like newspaper headlines, and prepare the reader for tho highly spiced banquet that has been prepared. Although near 70 now, she continues to torture innocent maidens and create impossible villains in consideration of publishers' checks, and in pursuit of a vicious habit of rioting in ink. "Retribution" was the commencement of her luck the nddition of butter and honoy to her bread. Chicago News. n good-sized Tlio Yoiiiik ltluit. Kindhuartediiess of childhood "Mamma, pleasj don't let Totor kill tho fly on tho window pano," '"Why not!" "Becauso I want U kill It myself." From tho French. RUttittL s , 4r tu"-- FOR 60 DAYS ONLY! x xrrcxjHL, oif'if'eir arsr BiratRB stock or Clothing;, 0 Dry Goods, Boots and Shoos, I- - AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES, I am determined to close out in order to change my business. In order to secure bargains it will be to your interest to call at my store and convince yourself that I mean what I advertise. As Cloaks and short Wraps regardless of cost. FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT.! Tlio rivor hits been rising Bteadily for soventl days smil we nmy soon expect some of the Mountain hoys clown with rafts of loss. DAVIS, 228 ST. GLAIR ST. Ti.0- - T. -- 1S- R. K. McCLURE Is JBack from the EAST and is now receiving daily his STILL AHEAD WITH THE MatUematical. A horse in the midst of a meadow, suppose, Ever brought to this city in Made fast to a stake by a line from his nose. How long must the line be, in feed- Qoeensware, Glassware,Lamp ing all round, That will permit him to feed over an AND acre of ground? I refer thte question to Mr. Lea for Largest Stock FALL & WINTER STOCK op solution. Tt is a Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. Hlllti 111 Answer. That it's about seven hot from a horse's tail to his nose, The line then will be, for the rule cannot fail, Just seven feet shorter if tied to his pose, BOOT SAND SHOES HATS, CAPS, &C. FULL SUPPLY OF The matter of fact, and easy to sup- STOVES, GRATES, tail. Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Vases, And at prices that cannot be duplicated, ever seen in one House in Frankfort before. Don't forget the place. JNO. The above mathematical question was found in the query box at the Teacher's Institute held in October last, and referred to Prof. J. B. Lea for solution. A t the request of several teachers of the county I submit it T. Hunter, for publication. a S. S. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. T. BUCKLEY, St Clair Street pr Grain Drills, breaking Phws, O.d Hickory Wagons Cutting Boxes, Corn Shelters, Cider MHIh. A genernl assortment of Hardware; full stock of Harness and Saddlery; seed Wheat, Rye, Timothy, Clover, Blue QraRS, ke. J3TPRICES GUARANTEED LOW. SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. &0. Capt Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. V had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and lie was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It not only gave him instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. 1 1 is children were similarly affected and a single dose had the same happy effect Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of tills Standard Remedy at 4 Jos. LeCompte's Drug Store. MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN CAPITAL ART GALLERY ! H. Q. MATTERN", Prop'r, Main Slreet, Over Crulchcr & Starks Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, Ac., 4c., While Hall Clothing House. S38 ANN STREET, FEANZPOET, lEEasTTnCTCasrsr- KO, FRANKFORT KENTUCKY. ' Kentucky and McSHERRY 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. 25-- tf. Surface Indications "Kurfuue indications" of what in beneath, Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, Manufacturer and Dealer in- - lYIiatn miner would very properly term which peoplo aro uuuoycd in nprhiir and early summer. The elleto mutter uccuinu-lute- d during the winter iuouUih, now innkes iU presence felt, through Kature's endeavors to expel it from the system. While it remains, it is npoNon that festers in the blood and may develop into Scrofula. This condition causes derangement organs, of the digestive and with iifeeliir.'of enervation, hmiuor, and weuiincM. often lliditl) pok nfa"onIy Miring fever." These 'aro evidences that Is at tiro is not nlile, unaided, to throw off the corrupt atoms which weaken tlio vital force. To rejrnin health. Nature must bo medald"il by a thorouh icine; and nothing else id bo eflectlvo ua blood-purifyin- are the Pimples, Sties, Sore Eyes, Boils, and Cutaneous Eruptions Willi STEAM ENGINES Distillery, Mill k BOILERS, L. F. COMITO.V. - W. C. Macklin. C0MPT0N & &ACKLIK, FOR SALE OR RENT. SMALL FARM OF 70 ACHES, LYING ON THE Onenton pike, one mile and a quarter from tins city, suitable tor a dairy farm. Apply to W. T. (iAINKS. Oct. i--l. and Agricultural Machinery. -- I'HOI'RIKTOHH- A EMorn Roller Mills, HAVK TIIK FULL DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blaoksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing" and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Agent for ami Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lewis St., Near the Rivor, Frankfort, Ky. J3TSEND FOR PRICE LIST. g Roller System, AND MANUFACTURE Blue Crass Nurseries. FOR FALL OR 1886. Our prices are as low as we sell direct to the planters, having no agents. All claiming to be such are frauds. Catalogues on ap11. F. HILLKNMKYER, plication to Lcxlngtlon, Ky. Oct. ORNAMENTAL A FULL LINE OF FRUIT ANDfound In such an Trees, Grapevines, Small Fruits, Asparagus usually l'lants, and everything ATLAS boxxjIeeeb v Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which is Fufflclcntly powerful to expel from the system even the taint of HeredThe medical profession indorse AYKlt'fl S.uts.u'.UUM.A.nud many attentions of the cures effected by itcomo from all parts of the world. It is, in the Jaiunnuto of Senlho Hon. Francis Jewett, ator of Massachusetts and of Lowell, "the only preparation that does real, lasting good. ex-Sta- te or "roisis, onico on Main -- ZEffiT&iaSTEl AlfcTID Six of the Lost grades of the best Flow establishment. made in the world. itol Square Oniee ami wureroom on Broadway, opposite Cap.Ian.2 lWMMv. . "tr itary Serof ulu. F. C. HUGHES, General Insurance Agent, BRICK COTTAdE, NO COS MAIN SREET. four rooms, and all reasonable conveniences. Tills property Ih now occupied by Mrs. Kate Mahoncy, and possesion cannot be given until the ICtli of next April. For ternu of sale apply to L. U. or BEN. MARSHALL, JAS. A. VIOLETT, Choic Coal Cheap. THK A ttorney at Lau FRANKFORT, KY PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN Franklin and adjacent counties. OFFICE Up stairs, over Judge 1'. U. Major's oillce. Aiuf. M-t- PREPARED DV KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED ALL family use. Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. St, Opposite Farmer' Dank. REPRE8ENTIN0WITIl OVBB 15 Leading American and Foreign Company, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Telephone connection No. 30. tt P' Sold by all Druggists: Price Six bottles for 5. fl; GEO. B. MACXX.XXT, Dec.8-f- . f. FRANKFORT. KY. Job Work neatly cuted at this office. exe- $ioo,ooO)OOO.oo TERM POLICIES WRITTEN ONFARMPROP- 1 erty at loweat rates. Agent Anchor Line of Steamship. Prepaid Ticket sold from any point Apr.W-llu (lret firlttuln or Lxeland. y. ASSETS. fc U.A.. 11 T' I -- .?- '. ..,- -