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TRADE CONTINUES 13 M ABATED YIM! oxjR stock of FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR We have IS enormous. it in all grades and colors. Prices amazingly low. . HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS, Large stock of the leading styles. Call and see them; they cannot fail to please you. IP YOU WANT A SUIT OF 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 k CASSELL. 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 ipwards a present at the time of purchase to whatever the number they receive calls for. THERE ARE NO BLANKS. THE PRESENTS CONSIST OF One gold watch valued at $50; one silver watch valued at $25; one double-barre- l shot-gu- n valued at $20; five zinc and leather trunks valued at from $8 to $18; ten valises, value from $1 to $10 ; two clocks worth from $8 to $12; one fine Brussels carpet worth $65; one Ingrain carpet worth $27; two cottage carpets worth $15; 1,000 articles worth from 10 cents to $1. 8-da- y Remember, this is no humbug, I mean what I say. You have been convinced of my generosity before. The above gifts will only be given away until the 19th day of Now if you want to buy anything and everything for less than ever, come and try your luck. Call and see me and you January, to commence from November 15th, 1886. will never regret it SOIL, cjEvZcvZlS Old Mansion House Block, Cor. Main and St. Glair Streets, and 214 St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky. . V,n - - '- - J4- - . 4. Lu i ,- - CUT THIS OTJT! -- AND READ WELL- - Before You Buy Anything in the Dry Goods CLOAKS, Line. 1 We have a large line of LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S Which we are determined to Close Out at the Lowest Prices To make mom for our HOLIDAY GOODS. We shall surpass all former efforts to offer to the public such tremendous bargains as will secure for us the good will and patronage of every lady in the city and county. OUR DRESS GOODS. We are desirous of calling your attention to our dress goods department, and will offer you some rare baigains in this line, of which we have a large and styl- ish assortment, and the cheapest in the city. ' BLANKETS. We also have an excellent line We,.cannot be excelled by any in our line of Blankets. We have them in red, white and grey, and offer them at bottom prices. of comforts, the very best, which we will sell cheap. 1 FANCY GOODS. Our assortment of fancy goods, stamped and plain, both linen and felt, is the most complete in the city. It consists of Tidies, Table covers, Scarfs, Tray covers, Mantle and Side board Lambrequins, the very latest style patterns and designs. We also have a fine assortment of towels, both plain and fancy, which we wilt sell cheap. Call and see our goods before purchasing elsewhere. Main Street, New Store. Buttimcr and Sons are building a very commodious ice house on what is known as the "Boulevard," just above the railroad bridge. This enterprise will meet with great favor from our citizens, as it will take much ice to keep the water from the reservoir in a drinkable condition in midsummer. Michael souse and rabSausage, spare-ribit now fill up the bill of fare Col. R. P Pepper was out the first of the week negotiating with Mr. George E. Wiley for his harness gelding, Red Tiger. Bro. Tom was in Frankfort Tuesday, but did not get to see her. Well, mav be she will not be out of of town next time. Remember, faint heart never won, fair lady. The Debating Society met last Thursclav. The question was affirmed that war has injured the country more than intemperance. After an interesting discussion, it was decided in favor of the aifirmative. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Manford and little Min, Master Robert, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long. Master Ed. Gaines, of Frunkfort, spent several days last week visiting his cousin, Master Ovie Scantland. Master Ed. being a sportsman, the game in this region sought hiding places, and have not yet come out. b, WEITZEL turned home from a visit to this vicinity. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover died at the residence of its parents, near this place, of diphtheria Nov. 23d, 1880. This is the second n ones have lost child the by this dread disease in one week. They have the entire sympathy of this community. The diphtheria seems to have run its course in this section, as no new cases are reported. The heaviest vain of the season-- in this vicinity fell last week, causing considerable damage to those bordering on water cources. No special religious services in this section Thanksgiving Day. Dr. H II. Stratton and wife have removed to their recently purchased farm, the Fore place, from Clay vilgrief-stricke- & O'DONNELL. g Dinner sets from $8.00 up, in Luster 2t. Band, at Buckley'?. Three valuable presents given away as usual by Philip Selbert, the 4t. Jeweler. Mr. Jas. G. Dudley is lying in a critical condition at his home on Wapping street. - K t It- - - If i y Mr. N. P. Tribute and wife, of Shelby county, visited relations in Tho following predictions of Professor Foster in regard to the coming winter do this section the first of the week. . not ogreo with tho He preBloomingtoii. If you want bargains in the grocery dicts great and destructive storms from until January 1st only, for A notion 3 .t)"Rogers triple plated knives and coal-oi- line, just visit the cod-fis- h the 1st to the 17th of December. During Born, November U2d, to Mr. Sam. store, north side Main that time some of the most destructive l forks, per dozen at Philip Sel- - and Redding and wife, a daughter Kate and street, Bridgeport, Ky., where the wintor storms of recent years will occur. 4t. bert's, the Jeweler. Duval I. polite and accommodating Scofield These storms will be much of the nature as the great blizzard of January last. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowley, of Purge out the lurking distemper will set you up. Heavy snow and high winds will greatly Texas, are visiting .Mrs. K.'s uncle, that undermines health, and consti Ksq. J. B. Russell has been in impede railway travel, and he advises the Mr. James Curr, this week. tutional vigor will return. Those Louisville since our last report. railways to prepare for blockades that enfeebled and diswho suffer from Little Miss Barbara Goodrich, of ordered state of an system should A vast deal of sickness among the will occur in the Western States about the Harvieland, is visiting her cousin, take Ayer's Sarsaparifla to cleanse children, especially under six years December 5, and reaching tho Eastern Miss pttie Black 'States about December i). These storms of age, this fall. the blood and restore vitality. will break off tho droutli in the Southm Mrs. Azuba Webster returned SatThe schools have resumed opera- eastern States. There will also bo enerMr. Henry Rogers was in Louisurday from a visit to the family of Don't fail when looking lor pres- tion. getic electrical disturbances that will affect ville last week with his tobacco. He Mr. Robert Macey, of Woodford. ents for weddings or holiday gifts to telegraph and telephone lines. Ho sug- had money enough left The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. gests that many lives (after selling much 2t. Messrs. Dan. Gaines and Willie stop at Buckley's. Sargent died of membranous croup, can be saved from loss and making nronortv , his tobacco) to buy three pints peam propar-by Webster, of Woodford, spent several Drum stoves, double lined, at$.'J.2.'i, at the residence of its parents, in atioiiB for tlio sovero weather of tho storm nuts. lays last week visiting friends near Anderson county, Nov 29, 1880. period. Mr. Riley Clark sold his crop of 2t. hero. $3.7fi and $4.25 at Buckley's. Partridges are very scarce. Tho Teachers of Franklin county met tobacco last week at the following The singing school met Saturday Bridgeport. last Saturday at Stedmanvillo at tho round prices: $5.70, $4.70, $05, Rabbits in abundance. night and about twenty names were school house, and quite a crowd was $1.40. enrolled. The hogs slaughtered in this vicin- gathered there to enjoy tho exorcises, Rain. The ity were latter and larger than usual. which proved quite interesting and in- night spelling at Eden last Thursday Hog killings are fashionable. was largely attended. The Snow. structive. But how could it bo otherwise, Mr. John H. Jenkins and family when such men us Thomas Hunter, Thos. schtiol at that place is progiessing Wedding bells are ringing, two Slush. weddings this week with several have located in .Louisville. Ford and Mr. Hodges spoke upon tho sub- finely under the management of the couples to hear from. No skating. Mr. Harry Neal and wife, of Shel- jects of Education, Obedience, Taxation ; accomplished lady teacher, Miss by county, also Mrs. Elizabeth Clark, and such talented young ladies as Misses Cordio Adams. Miss Julia Wallace, who is engaged Regular Kentucky winter. of same county, have returned home Mary Morna, Maggio Innis nnd Maggio in Frankfort, visited her Singings last Saturday night were in business Hog killing about over. from a visit to friends in this section. Downey, nnd a score of bright scholars at Mr. Henry Allison's, Mr. U. V. father, Mr. John Wallace, Sunday. m with dialogues, songs and essr.ys. Wo Pool's, Stoney Creek school-housMr. C. A. Johnson is well again. Mrs. Katie Luekett returned Sunregret that wo were absent in t!io mornForks of Elklioru. Mr. Chas. Peyton's. day from an extensive visit to her ing, and missed tho first part of the pro- and at Mr. R. S. Klnkead and family gramme, but we enjoyed tho evening exorleft a short time since for Fort Smith, son, Mr Jesse Hockersmith. Our items went astray last week. cises very much. Mr. Albert Johnson and Miss Eva Arkansas, where they will reside in Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Trnbue, of Louisthe future. A young doctor of this neighborhood, Chambers eloped from this place ville, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Maria who sometimes goes to Frunkfort to HAVINO HEKN APPOINTED Tuesday, and were married in Regular services at Evergreen to- Murphy. the lute Strother Pierce, all persons at The woolen mills of H. Stcdman fc Bro. Church on Suuday evenings, came very knowing themselves Indebted to him will pleubo day ut 2 p. m., and Ind., on Wednesday. near losing his horse and buggy while in come forward unci settle ut once, and all those Little Miss Mary Haydon, who has 11 o'clock a. in. have closed for the season. having claims that city one week ago from last Suuday are notllled to UKUlust the cbtuto of wild decedent present the saino, properly proven, Messrs. Charlie Parrent and been quite ill for the past two weeks, night. Having occasion to go in Miss Alice Fronch spent Thanksgiving JOHN S. PlKliCE, .IK., fur settlement. ta better. county, have re with friends in Shelby county. Hopkins, of Grant drug store, ho loft his horse Administrator Buckley sells the handsomest lamp to be found in Frankfort at 75 2t. lage. Mrs. Eva Brown nrrived from Prestons-burlast Thursday, and is now the guest of Mrs. Trimble. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Black have gone South, and expect to be absent several weeks. James Thomas has arrived from his Southern tour. Prof. Dietrick has opened a writing school here. Ho has 17 scholars, Misses Annie South and Jennie Feather-ston- e spent last Thursday with Mrs. Trimble. Messrs. Bedford and Qallihue have n large number or' line hogs on hand that they expect to ship shortly. Fearful weather nt this present writing, George. Please examine that goose-bonagain, and also the goose. Mrs. Hugh Cohom died of consumption at the residence of Mr. Warren Clark, near Woodlake, last Monday night. Tho funeral took place last Wednesday, and tho remains were interred with her infant child near Switzer. e and coming out shortly afterwards found him gone, with no trace of his whereabouts. The night was intensely dark and rainy, the streets awfully muddy, and the situation altogether one not calculated to inspire a person having lost n horse with good humor and pious thoughts, especially a man who had promised to be back home early that night to see a sick patient. But tho doctor started on the search for the missing nnimal with a zeal worthy of a good cause. After an exasperating tramp of over two hours, during which all the streets, lanes nnd back alloys of South Frankfort wero thoroughly investigated, the horse and buggy wero at length both found snfo and sound in a dark and unfrequented corner not far from tho reservoir. standing at the door without hitching him, i Bald Kuob. Mr. G V. Harrod is in Louisville this week on business matters. Mr. Neely Payton has the contract for finishing tho vacant gap on the B. K.andP. B. turnpike, near W. R. Clarke's. Times are harder, nnd people are taking less interest in schools out here since Supt. Hunter's visit. Our teacher had to sell a dog for forty-fiv- e cents to buy fuel (the district is not able to make a blackboard for the school room), and also an adjacent district not able to buy one joint of stovepipe. I5Mr. Jay Robinson, of Bridgeport, passed through our village last Tucs-duy. cents. goose-bone- e. UOTIOE. le, 'i 3 HV- 4 the village afterwards danced the leave something for posterity, demanded in all their perfection at horn-pip- e and minuet with the after the gay crowd has dispersed. the hands of those who shall sue- A careful study of the masterly coed you in these wandering King of France, while honorable Hon. Jno. L. Scott: he was a common tramp in the oration of Lol. John Mason Brown offices. Sir: Wc, the undersigned, havthen wilderness of America. Poor wouici leaci tnc minu in the same And may the God of centuries, ing heard with pleasure and profit wandering king, with his crown general direction, and supply many who ot His goodness has put it into ourselves your very admirable and his diamonds trampled under a gem of unknown or long forgot- to the hearts of this people to address on the occasion of the foot on one side of the ocean, and ten adventure, in the days of gather these treasures together, turning over the Centennial Arhis affections scorned on the other Boone and Kenton, while the enable you and those who come chives 'to the City of Frankfort, by a plain girl in a calico dress. sparkling odes of Major Stanton after you, to preserve them for at the Opera House, on the 25th They also show in what year the and Rev. Gilby C. Kelly, cause the common good, until both inst., Thanksgiving Day, and bewooden bridge was built, and the the cannon to roar again at the years and centuries, having d lieving its publication would afnames of every keeper from that opening of Centennial day; the those high purposes for ford our citizens both pleasure and day to this; and how many genera- grand procession carrying the in- which they were ordained, shall, profit in its perusal in such form, tions of the poor have been sup- dustries of our entire population at His command, disappear as a we respectfully call upon you for a plied with their winter's wood from to move again through the streets vapor and fade away like an evencopy of said address to the end the generous drift-pil- e above the in imagination, and decorate the ing sunset into that brighter and we may have it published. that piers; when the first and second whole city again as a bride adorn- better part of our existence whose Eugenic P. Moore, State Houses were burned in 181 ed for her husband; while the eternal empire lies almost in sight T. B. Ford, and 1824, and even the time of more elaborate poem of Mrs. a across the mystic river. Tiios. Hunter, South invites to a contempladay when the fires occurred, and the J. W. Tate, . very sluggish mode of managing tion of all that is elevated and T7. Sam. M. Gaines, fires in that day, when noble in the highest type of manT. G. Poore, and hook and ladder companies hood, and kindles in the heart ATTORNU1Y AT LA"W W. S. DfcHONEY, were unknown; the year in which those lofty aspirations intended by fkaxkkokt, k y., W. B Robinson, Frankfort a kind providence as premonitions PARTIAL LIST OF PAPERS TURNED La Fayette honored practice in D. L. Haly, with a visit; and not only the year, of exalted and useful lives. Will Hanklln, I'anull.the circuit courts OVER. dall.itiii. Boone, (Jw en dr.int counties. AND OTHERS. But, should all these fields of aniltlio ieUer.il Court.In tint Court of Appeals, und In the first place, you will find but the very day and hour and In . the large Centennial Register, the very spot, when and where thought, displaying for the most Mayor and Board of Councilmcn presented by John C. Herndon, a Beauchamp was hung for the as- part only the works and adven of the City of Frankfort: It is a former citizen of Frankfort, now a sassination of Sharpe; who drove tures of man as a distinct being, DR. COLLINS, pleasing incident in the history of member of the publishing house of the cart, and who tied the rope, still fall short of the expectations Frankfort's great Centennial that Bradley & Gilbert Co., of Louis- and the names of those whose of the refined student, and have Thanksgiving Day has been select- ville. This book is made of the curiosity prompted them to be only the effect to create a desire aOPt ed as the time for turning over most durable material, weighs present on the hill to see a human to take a stroll into that softer and rV'FICE, MAIN STREET.it ulthiiiit nnmrAVth.. II'.IU.V Tetth nxtnirlf n.iln i.v the Centennial Records to you as some 60 pounds and is believed to being hung, who would have died purer empire, where woman's ele- use or Nltrouse Oxide (or l.iujjhlng) r.ih. inar.ai tr their proper custodians, in trust be large enough to contain the himself in a few hours without the vating character is seen, and where for countless generations yet un- registry of 25,000 or E 30,000 per- aid ot either the hangman or the woman's power and influence arc born. It was in the original plan sons, and is so arranged and ruled rope; also the year that Santa An supreme, and where her works and of the Centennial that this agree- as to allow each person to give na was here on his way to Wash- her life stand out "alone like KENTUCKY'S EOUTE EAST able service should have taken his post-offic- e and business, ington City, as a prisoner of war, Adam's recollection of his fall," as Fon address place. as part of those most inter- with the names of his father, after the battle of San Jacinto; and he left the garden, let him read esting public ceremonies which mother and children, with a suffi how he and General Almonte and re read Mrs. Morton's ode to U9IKM, PHDElPli 4 NEW YORK. were observed in the presence of cicnt space for incidental remarks staid all night at the old Stephens the mothers of Frankfort an ode THE ONLY LINE assembled thousands, in the State of interest concerning his family or tavern, two miles froir town, with which does credit alike to the House square, on the 6th of Octo himself. In this register may be the names of the hero worshippers head and the heart of that gifted Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars FOKber; but more important features found the names of several thou-sm- d who were graciously permitted to daughter of song. TZ-A.- ! A. 1ST filled the printed programme for When I was younger than I am of our best people, with such sleep in the same house, and even mow that occasion, and wc are here to- biographical and statistical re- in the same room that night, and now, I spent whole hours in studyday, still filled with all the delight- marks concerning themselves or what a large and ing the "Hermit," by Goldsmith, Loiiisvillc,Cinciiiiiali&LcAiiilon ful memories of that delightful their families or other matters as straight and tall Indian Almonte and in working my feelings up to -- TOevent, to discharge this trust, and they were pleased to put on record. was; where the celebrated school-hous- e believe with him, that it was poswind up our glorious Centennial: of Keene O'Hara stood on sible for a man to so give way to WASHINGTON CITY, The large desk on which this to bid farewell a long, loving and register rests was presented by the public square; and where B. his impulses of remorse, as to Connecting In s.ime depot with List trains for last farewell to the century that & Dehoney, a furniture B. Sayre and Phillip S. Fall kept make him lose all faith in humanhas gone, and to hail with becom Statenon St. Clair street. The their separate academies in those kind, and seek the caves and firm ing joy the new century that rises desk is of pure Kentucky black days, and trained the boys and deserts of the earth, with scarcely THE DIRECT ItOLTE TO to our view. girls who have since adorned the a desire to live, and without the LYNCHllL'Jtti, walnut, and was manufactured by As early as April, in maturing the Mason & Foard Co. , at the Ken- best society, and honored the courage to die, but riper years DANVILLE, the general plans of the Centen- tucky Penitentiary. It contains State; when the first steam-boa- t bring serious doubts, whether that NORFOLK, nial, the thought occured to me, between 30 and 40 large sized was seen on the Kentucky river, person ever lived who saw no AX1) ALL POINTS IN that Kentucky's Capital City, at pigeon holes, or boxes, as you where she was built, how much good in men ; but if Goldsmith the close of her first century, was will observe, suitable for preserv- she cost, and who piloted her from was right, and such a character as 111, in possession of sufficient culture ing the Centennial reports. The Frankfort to Bear Grass; the year he draws should stumble upon For tickets and further Information apply to and intelligence to justify her peo- work on this esk, including the in which the wonderful railroad these records one who would not your nearest ple in making what some have call- gilt lettering, was done by two cars first came down the hill, who stretch forth his hand to snatch W. W. MOXHOE, ed a new departure in celebrating life convicts in the prison came in them .and how many from oblivion the most gifted proDiv. Pnss'r Agent, Lexington. Ky. her. first Centennial that we H. W. FULLER. The 70 or 80 stitistical, scien- mules were required to pull them duct of the human brain to bless W. C. WICKIIAM, might venture a step beyond tific, prose and poetical reports so back up the hill again, on their the comine aires ; I say, if there Gen. Pass. Agt. ''d Vico President. mere decorations, barbecues, street contributed, and found in this desk, way to Lexington; how many be such a man, and he has not parades, Martha Washington balls were prepared by as many differ- high tides we have had in the yet passed the boundary of hope, n c? and other mere physical charms ent officers, ministers, scholars and Kentucky river since 18 17, as for his own good he should repair and delights of a single day, and citizens of culture and .ability, and marked by Frank Wurtz, on his to yonder hill, and read on the Are tiirtectly San nndnlwny i:fii?laS. while not ignoring any of these, all handed to :r.e with the under cedar post at the lock, and how tablets there the silent plaudits to Used toda- - ropilarlv y W.ew Atnrrlean nnraiiiceil Miperltir e all Women. ' still look beyond them all to some standing that in due time they many feet or inches the one was well spent lives ; and after having or Val refunded. Iion't others,011 urorUslMH r mtini-iii!r"m"'. thing more enduring something should be turned over to the higher or lower than the other, been awakened to a serious appre- tUln Remedy dm!. nlil ..i.nlu fip imrllr tldir.l. hy " uruiKMW. or that would not perish with the authorities of the City of Frank- and what days of the week and hension of a more exalted exishour, or pass away with the pass fort, and preserved in some prop- even the hours of the dav when tence, he should seat himself with ing day something that would re er way, not merely to please and the waters began to fall; the exact Col. Tom Ford's immortal poem waLm LtwiIi iw4 main as a permanent blessing to refresh the glowing memories of number of the celebrated Milam in his hand, beneath the shadow JLa ourselves and to our children, and those who were present and par- fishing-reel- s that have been manu- of the State monument, whose to our children's children, and serve ticipated in the grand Centennial factured in the last quarter of a symmetrical shaft is covered on all I. KELLEY, . to recall the principal facts and ceremonies, which called forth century; in what countries on this sides with deeds of honor, per- DR. features of an entire century long these remarkable productions, but and the other side of the ocean they formed by men reserved by fate OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, after the pleasant feasting, the joy- preserved for the use and benefit have been used, and the average for a glorious manhood, and there WILT. HE AT THE ous music and dancing, the gor- uf future ages. price for which they have been sold learn and resolve to imitate those geous pageantry of the street parecords cover a wide field to the lovers of the sport; also the graces of character and virtues of These IN VRANKFOHT. KY.. rade, the agreeable memories of all a vast empire and embrace al- names of those brave boys who, life found, approved and recorded the friendly meetings and greet- most every material fact and strik- in obedience to their country's even on the tomb. Such a man SATURDAY. DEC. 18. 1886. ' ings of 30,000 happy people are ing incident in any way connected call, went to Mexico under Capt. could read with profit, on such an All cues or HI.IN'Dor IILEEDINO PILES cured l tho HiIiuerlioiT system without usino iiik forgotten iorever. with Frankfort and her citizens Milam, 40 years ago, and the sad, occasion, the wonderful ode to knife or LiiuruuE and without any pain. With such thoughts as these in during the first 100 years of her short list of the only ones of this "our city of the dead," which you FISTULA my mind I took the liberty of ad- eventful existence. gallant company of soldiers who will hear read so eloquently toCured without the Unite or ligature. dressing a circular letter to the They contain the original con- are still alive and able to answer day by Miss Nannie Browder, and nrincioal public officers, heads of tract under which the carpenters the roll call. FISSURES the scenes in contemplating departments, churches, schools, built the old Love House, on Cured without cutting or tearing. to realIf the future searcher of these around him, be brought corporations and societies in Wapping street, near the Cotton records should tire of mere de- ize, in some degree at least, the ULCER UO RECTAL CATARRH. RECTAL Frankfort, as well as to a large Factory. This contract was writ- tails, and prefer to take in, at a truth of the couplet, that number of our oldest and most in- ten in 1784, and the paper is well single glance, a beautiful view of "Glory guards and genius weeps Diseased conditions that produce consumption and nio:-- ot the cliioulc diseases. telligent citizens, requesting them preserved and but little inferior to the main features of the entire WlieieTheoiIoie O'll.ua sleeps" UTKKl'S. furnish written re- the paper of the present day. The centurv. bv wav of relief to an to prepare and Such are some of the rich treas- Diseased of tuewumb tint are caused by u diseased facts old house has perished, and ports covering such material bowel, also treaU'd. Jas. overcrowded brain, he could not ures found in these records. In and incidents as were to be found G. Dudley now resides in a hand- do better than glance over the ear- the name, and by the authority of within their reach, in any way con- some mansion standing on the ly recollections of the Capital City, the present generation of living PRURITUS, Itching Piles, nected with the history of Frank- same spot. This old house had a as given by Carter Coleman, Lan-do- n people, they are now handed over Cm also be cured ir not too late, as tho Itchlnjrls symptom of the dlscmo that exists In thn fort since the town was establish- history and has it yet, although Thomas, Joseph Belt, H. G. to your keeping, but generations only u bowel. hmor RKraiKNCKA ed. the building itself has long since Banta, Capt. H. I. Todd, Judge yet unborn will demand of you W. J. lllT.HEis. 1'ranUfort. The highest compliment that crumbled to dust; for this was the Hord, Dennis and John Haley, and of your successors, their pres UlCilAUD FKlUil'SON. Frankfort. can be paid to the intelligence house in which Aaron Burr and John B. Lindscy, Jeff. May hall ervation and their proper use. J. M. W1T1IKOW, FrarAfort. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent frea to and culture of our people may be his held there mid- and Sanford Goins. These remi- They will increase in value and any one by addressing found in the fact, that this new night cabals to devise ways and niscences will serve to recall many grow in the affections of the peoW. I. KKLLCY, M. I)., feature, in so planning a Centen- means to destroy the young Re- grand facts and thrilling incidents, ple as the yeais roll by. It is a 376 West Seventh St , Oiuoiunati, 0. nial as to gather together into one public, which it was their sworn which would have been wholly continuing trust, and at the next body all the material facts, litera- duty to support; and the same lost but for this new departure, in Centennial, 100 years hence (if 13?" CONSULTATION FREE. -- Blj ture and history of an entire cen house in which the rural belle of so planning Centennials, as to time shall continue), they will be Dec. '.iOly. tury, so as to make the celebration a permanent blessing, found such favor with our chief officers and citizens, that before the Centennial took place I had received such well prepared papers, essays, poems and statistical reports from the highest officers and best people in the State, down to the humble, but honest keeper of the wooden bridge, and such reports from the various churches, schools, corporations and citizens as in my humble judgment make such a record as exists nowhere else in the entire south. In receiving this trust from my hands you have the right to know what I am turning over to your keeping, and I will give you a somewhat general schedule: the list is quite too lengthy to permit me to so much as call even the names of all who have contributed these reports. ( Col. Scott's Address. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 29, 1886. per-torme- 1 Eu-dor- fire-engin- es P. MAJOR, aijy-tr- J. S. DE3STTIST, - -- -- SOLID i good-lookin- g tlcket-onlc- ' ANSY $i2 . . ri-j- I CAPITAL HOTEL! f t iJRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, t.ntered at the us post-oluce- nt To-da- y the registered voters of tho second-clas- s Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable niatkr. GEORGE A. LEWIS, IEca.itoc cusid. aFtatoUslier. ! fee i.'' & ft- - " city improved and her outstanding indebtedness reduced, but no thanks Rev. George Dnrsic closed his and never a cent will they receive for of the Christian Church on Sunday, the Church being: filled to the valuable time they may devote its utmost capacity at both the morn- to these objects. However, they will ing and evening services, with con- be "cussed" all the same as if they gregations composed of all denomi- did nothing nations in the city, and when the beIn view of the fact that the merculoved minister spoke his farewell ry dropped down to six degrees above words to the people with whom he zero on "Wednesday morning and lias labored so faithfully for the past went still lower yesterday morning, ton years, the tearful eyes and we are inclined to think that Prof. sobs of his hearers gave ample G. Bone, that we interviewed last testimony to the strong hold he has week with regard to the weather, upon the affections of the people of must have becti a little mixed in his this community. Rev. G. C. Kelly, prognostications. of the 31 ethodist Church, in token of his appreciation of Mr. Darsie as a Rev. G H. Burks, Pastor of th c man and Christian, held no services St. John A. M. E. Church, and at night, and together with a large Misses Roxborrough, Roberson and number of his congregation attended Joyce have organized a Home Misthe evening services, and sat with sion Relief Society for the benefit of Mr. Darsie in the pulpit Promi- the destitute children and the aged nent members of the other Churches poor of Frankfort, and ask the hearty in the city were also present to hear of the benevolent public the last words of this faithful servant in this much needed work. of God. His text was well chosen, The work on the new City School and the sermon the equal of his many Building is progressing rapidly, but excellent discourses; but when in the closing sentences he alluded to the the schools will hardly be opened fact of its being the last time he there on the first of January. The should stand before his beloved con building is one of the handsomest of gregation his voice almost failed him, the kind in the State, and is an ornaand when the benediction was pro- ment the city may well be proud of. nounced the large concourse filed out Hon. James A. Dawson, formerly T of the house with sad hearts at the of this city, but now Surveyor Genethought that the Church had lost an ral of Colorado, was stricken with earnest, faithful pastor and the com- paralysis, at the home of his fathei, Found. A breakfast castor, cruets The people ask how it is that such To the Voters of the Second munity an energetic, public spirited in Hart county, this State, on Tues Ward. and stand of green glass. Evidently fine goods can be sold nt such low citizen. day, and his life is despaired of. dropped from a buggy, but so prices. Drop in at Buckley's, he can The undersigned ropectfully announces The Church to which Mr. Darsie a candidate for The following is the temperature wrapped up as to be uninjured. show you the goods and tell you tho himself as a in the Second Ward, nt the goes is a young one, which will pay Councilman 2t. election December 4th, 1886. him a muchsmallersalary than he re- shown by Col. E. C. Went's ther- Owner can hear of same by calling secret. LEWIS MVNGAN. mometer the past two days: Decem- and paying for this notice. ceived hen, his labors being much BORN, ber i!d, 5.9' above zero; December 3d, more onerous, and only a stern sense Call and examine our line of In this city, on Tuesday, November 30, 188G, to To tlie Voters ofthe Second of duty he owed to the Master he so 1.4 above zero. Ward Mr. J. Swlgert Taylor and wife, a son E. 11. TayChristmas toys; lowest prices. Tho undersigned respectfully announce lor, Jit. zealously serves impelled him to A. II. Waggoner. Mr. John L. Jones, the South Side a In Taylorton, on Sunday, November 28, 188G, to himself as a candidate for sever his connection with a people to groceryman, made an assignment to Mr. Juck bradley and wife, u boh. Councilman in the Second Ward, at the Vote for Sig. Luscher for Councilwhom he is as devotedly attached as Mr. L. F. Johnson. election December 4th, 188C. R. C. CHURCH. It man from the Second Ward. they are to him. I) I K out Apply at the Piaxo fob Mr. Darsie left on Thursday evenThree pounds canned apples, five In this city, on Saturday, Nov. 27, 188G, Mart Bindery. Florkntine, infant daughter Jumes F. of Gibbons, ing for Pittsburg, where he will reCommissioner's Sale. cents per can, ot Waggoner's. aged 5 months. main a few days, and thence proceed Choice buckwheat flour, $3.50 per Woodford Circuit Court. to Boston. "Waggoner, Market street grocer, hundred, at FOR COUNCILMAN. toys at H. H. WATSON, RICHARD FERGUSON and White,vsGreen & Huffaker, Plaintiffs, i has u full line of Christmas COMPTON & MACKLIN'S. ConsoliJOHN L. TOD1N are announced Death of H. H. Murray. rock bottom prices. Cull on him, dates for the Council hereby third ward. us candi- J. C. Cassell, Defendant. dated In the L. F. tomptou, Plaintiff. Causes. vs. Personal. and get prices. J. C, Cassell, Defendant. Mr. Henry H. Murray, an old citiFOR COUNCILMAN. NOTICE OF SALE. We are authorized to announce JOHN WILL in Miss Allie Hines, of Bowling zen of this county, died suddenly on Lost. A hair shirt pin, made as a candidate for Councilman VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT AND Green, is visiting friends in this city. the shape of a lyre. The finder will JOHNSONWard, at the election December 4th,from BYot bale ot the Circuit Court, rendered ORDER 1886. the First Friday morning, at his home in ut tho October Term thereof, lfcM, m the above cause, Mrs. Miranda Gorham is visiting be liberally rewarde'd on leaving the Taylorton, of a conjestive chill. He the undersigned will, on Thursday, the 10th day ot DOR COUNCILMAN. December, 1886, between 10 o'clock a. 111. and 4 had long bee"h prominent as a man her sister, Mrs. John Games, in Mt. same at this office. o'clock p. m., proceed to oiler for sale, at 1'ubllc We are authorized to announce JERRY Sterling. as a candidate for Councilman from the Sec- Auction to tho highest bidder, on a ciedlt of six of fine business capacity, energetic mouths, at the Mill lately owned by It. F. Johnson, ond Ward. Superior to Any tiling:. Misses Mattie and Fannie Reed ut Millvllle, Woodtord county, Ky., the property and stirring, and was held in the have gone to mentioned In said ludament. Ail of highest respect and esteem by all the holidays. Cincinnati until after ll A prominent business man in Wil- To the Voters of the First the rollers and machinery furnished by the & filerce Manufacturing Company and placed who knew him. He was born in mington, Del., in speaking of a, cure mill ot It. (Comprising South In theKy., (which F. Johnson, now deceased, paper MillWard, Mr. Leon Texas, Is writes are fully set out In the vllle, JSll in the old frame tavern, which visaing nis L. Moore, of sam'i ll. of cancer on himself, City: "to the Frankfort.) filed by wild Company, as claim No 1, before the sister, Mrs. Morning News of that stood upon the hill a short distance Smith, in this city. Commtsloner, atid returned with his report I can say further that my case is An election for Council men is to bo MasterIn said causes October 7 1886). bald rollers tiled from the present entrance to the Miss Maggie Clay, who has been not an isolated one. A lady, a cus- held on tho 4th day of December and machinery cost about $2,O0U.0U and hae never been used. cemetery, and in early life learned visiting Miss Lutie Ware, in this city, tomer of mine, was suffering from a next. Tho purchaser will be required to give bond cancerous affection of the nose. She Wine-hrunewith good and approved surety for the moment of returned home Thursday. the tailor's trade with George The undersigned, your present rep the purchase money, bearing Interest from the had spent a great deal of money and his half brother, and was Miss Blanche Haly has returned, time running to Philadelphia to con- resentatives in the council, nave ren- day ut sale until paid, at the rate of six per cent, per annum, pajable to undersigned Comworking at the business when John after a short but pleasant visit to sult the best physicians there, but dered you faithful, and. as they be- missioner and having the force undas Master Judgetlect of lieve, valuable service. friends, in White Sulphur, Ky. ments as provided by law. W. S. BAHHOUR, U. Waring killed J. Q. Richardson, could get little or no relief. About a They are candidates before you for Master commissioner of W. 0. C. Mrs. Albert Tweedy, of Lexington, year ago I told her of my case, und Persons to in the old Mansion House, and being und ask, and would be N. B. character desiringmill purchase can ascerof the property remeappointed to guard Waring, took is visiting her parents, Mr. Con. induced her to try theinS.a S. S. weeks gratified by, your support at the polls. tain the on John L.Scott, Attorney, to bo sold by calling Frankfort, few dy. She did so, and McAuiiile and wile, in this city. Ky. Kiciiaiii) Town, Nov. his work with him to the Jail, and was much better. She had several William J. Huohks, Mr. John A. Skain, of Lexington, plied his needle while on duty. He and was disEdmund II. Taylor, Jr. lias returned home, after a very operations performed, old treatment next engaged in turnpike building pleasant visit to friends in this city. posed to hold on to her Frankfort, Oct. 10, 1880. KITCHEN as well as the new, but finally she MY HOUSEHOLD, consisting of AND DINING-rooi- n with his brother-in-lathe late furniture, four Mrs. Maggie Clark, of Bourbon threw all aside but tho S. S. S., and sets, carpets, chairs, und many things usttul to Robert Urawner, and shortly after county, who lias been visiting rela- two months from that time was every housekeeper. Every thing us good as now. Also one hurse and cow, one pliaetoii, onoturr.iy, the railroad was built between this tives Here, returned home Thursday. thoroughly cured. und one dog cart. Will sell privately until county lauy sunenng irom an court day, when I will sell the things remaining at city and Lexington, and while the Another Misses Joe Duvnll and Lizzie Davis auction. Enquire at No. 1)17, Main street. on her arm had been doctoring uy norse have gone to Stanton, Virginia, to cars were ueing urawn Nor. lAMf DAMkL Uoukk, M. D. CHEAP FLOUR. for long time in this city, Chester power, he was made Road Master, uttenu the Virginia Female Institute. andaPhiladelphia, but could not get & MACKLIN, and held the position until about Mr. D. J. McCarty left Tuesday for any relief, apparently. She had fall- COMPTON shadow of her for en away to a mere 1870, when he resigned his position Washington, having seemed a posiPERSONS KNOWING. THEMSELVES Market street, aro soiling all grades of or to tho old linn of It. K. McCluro & Hro. atid went into the saw-mi- ll business tion in tlie Government Printing Of- mer self, anu could scarcely eat the aro notified to como torwurd and settle up ut once fice. sleep. She commenced to take or ineir uccuuuix win ue piuceu in me nanus 01 an in this city. In token of their apA. 11. MiCLUKE. 'officer for collection. Miss Margaret Featherston, of this S. S S. medicine, upon the advice of . preciation of his long and cfiicient county, lett .Monday morning for an friends and myself, but wus so reNov. services, the railroad company pre- extended visit to friends in Marshall, duced in flesh that she had a little AT THE FOLLOWING UNHKAKl) OF PKICLS: stomach trouble at first. She persistsented him with u handsome silver Missouri. L. F. C.,' best patent, $2.Go. "BEAU. ed, however, and after the third bot- TY, ' second patent, $2.40, Fancy '1MIE NOTES OF DR. T. II. HUDSON HAVE service. He remained in the sawRev. J. A. Dunlap, wife and son, tle she declared It hud done her more XXXX, S2.00 XX, Straight, $2.10 been placed In my hands for collection, by suit mill business but a short time, and of Dowington, lUicliigan, are visiting good than anything else she had ever $1,60. Graham Flour, und parties knowing themselves to Ifl $2.50. Buckwheat be necessary, to hlm will save costs by calling upon has since devoted his attention to ids Mrs. D.'s sister, Mrs. Win, Mcliwun, tried. I now understand that she is Flour, $3.ro. Meal, 15 cents per peck. me Indebted once. und on Third street. entirely well, and is loud in her Hay, 80 cents per bale. Coin, 50 cent' per Nov. settling sunie atJAS. ANDREW SCOTT. farm. Miss of Bourbon Oats, 40 cents per He was thrice married, his first county, Nannie Clark, visiting rela- - praise of S. S. S. other cases in my bushel. rock bottom prices.bu.thel. who hus been I have several Remember Horses Taken to at wife being Mrs. Jhininger, his second uves nere, returneu to .eminence Col- mind, but am not at liberty to speak the place. Miss Margaret Whitehead, and his lege Monday morning. of them. I believe the Swift Specific TERMS pOOD FEED, GOOD SHELTER. COMPTON & MACKLIN. reasonable. Orders left at Mumain & Dur- Co.'s blood medicine known as S. litst wife Alias Jane Jillson, who Mrs. Dr. J. T. Russell and daughter. vm-tt- . neii's. to anything of tho Dec. 4, M. D. AVERILL. together with three sons, Mr. W. H. Minnie, of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, S. S. is superiortho market, und can Ciiov-lkind known in Murray, by tho first marriage, and who have been visiting relatives eheerfullv recommend it to any one STRAY fcDOll STOLEN. Mr. Jas. A. and Dr. John W. Murray, here, lelt Monday morning for Emi- suffering from diseases of the blood THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 1HBC, nence. Irani the premises ot the undersigned, on the or skin. by the second, still survive him. a halt from Dr, Blackburn's pike, two with large Mrs. S. C. Sullivan, who has been Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseas- furt,sullleobay ,oarllugmiles andCOLT, with aFrank- den, stables, horso residence,lots, situated yard, garmaull HOUSE one and cow at southvisiting her Mill, Mr. Alex. C. Henry, es mailed free white spot on body Just behind the right fore leg, ern terminus of Logan stree, , South Frankfort. The work on the South Frankfort in this city, lor several nay a Possession given December h .. For terms. Specific Co., Drawer Roman nose, and In good condition. Will w.eks, lelt to Apply to sower is being pushed along, notwith Monday atternoon for her home in 3, The Swift New York, 107 W. liberal reward for his return get mo or such InforAtlantu, Ga. him. FRANK C11INN. mation as will enable me to LKO.NIDASHaHHOI). standing tho cold weather D0C.-Chicago. FlIANKFOUT, KY., Nov. 13, 1680. 2lid St. tt pas-tornt- ' FRANKFORT. DECEMBER 4, 188G. e city will select three gentlemen from each ward to manage tho affairs of the city for two years from the first of January. Those selected may be energetic and untiring in their efforts to so conduct the affairs of the city that the taxes will be reduced, the BARGAINS OVERCOAT!!! sup-tress- ed 100 Boys' Overcoats, 4 to 11 years, SL50. 50 Boys' Overcoats, 12 to 16 years, $3.00, 200 Men's Overcoats, all sizes, $1.75. 100 Men's Ulsters, all sizes, $3.50. We also have in stock a large line of Chinchillas, Montenacs, Fur Beavers, Kerseys, Worsteds, &c, in prices from $10 to $30. Underwear Shirts and Drawers, warm and heavy, 50 cents each. Child's Rubbers, 25 cents. Misses and Ladies' Rubbers, 35 cents. Men's Rubbers, 45 cents. Crutcher b$ Starks. IMZ-A-XIfc- eanBEEKr. lETseETKiEoiEKr, asrsr- Rknt.-Roundab- t. BRIS-LA- N to-w- still-we- r, tfi-- X FOR A.LJ:. bed-roo- ao-sce- ss ATTENTION!! Flour, Meal, NOTICE. &c, tf NOTICE! Mill-fee- d Winter V-- T U re r A I 5:' TO HOLDERS OF COUNTY CLAI Boots and Shoes, iik iV tfwiN Rl We dssire to inform those citizens of Franklin County, who are holding warrants against Franklin County, that we are prepared to take them in at their face value in exchange for merchandise in our line, consisting of Hats and Capsr Books, J&ML &c flail and fixamine our stock of eroods and be convinced that we are selline: goods at nrices in accordance with the times. We will, during the coming week, open as nice line of goods for the holidays as ever brought to Frankfort, consisting of Miscellaneous Books, Toy Books, Writing Desks, Albums, Bibles, Patetres, &c. Call and see them, even if you do not wish to purchase. UTiriF m W 9 V Mi ipvotsve JU JLL JL. JLmtfi JLLJi JLL.111 ?s-- no 3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 4, 1880. T ho Indies of the Baptist Church will rIvc a supper for the benefit of the repair fund of the church in the new chapel us soon us it is completed the last of next week. We are indebted to Mr. Richard Morris for a delicious steak, cut from a quarter of Antelope, sent him by a friend in Colorado. It was as tender as young chicken und delightfully With tho tion, viz: Juicy and sweet. . First Ward. Geo. Huffman and LosT. On Sunday morning, No. II. G. Banta, Judges; II. J. Hyde, vember28th. between the Christian Marshal; and Jno. S, Harrod, Clerk. Church and corner of Third and Main Second Ward. L. L. Conway and streets, a gold bar pin with onyx set- P. F. Smith, Judges; J. Watt ting. A large round set in centre and Stephens, Marshal; and J, Lampton a smaller one on each side. The Price, Clerk. finder will be rewarded upon leaving Third Ward. Ed. M. Drane and the same at this office. B. B. Jeffers, Judges; Jas. Hefl'ner, The Natural Gas Company will Marshal; and Ed. Fahy, Clerk. shortly begin sinking a well in search of gas on tho premises of the Don't fail to vote for Sig. Luscher Capital Machine Works. Mr. J. B. for Councilman from the Second It Meek is now at work making the Ward. . tools for tho purpose. It is to bo Alaska Seal Sacques. hoped the work will now be pushed Ladies will save money by pur with energy, as there is no doubt chasing a Seal Sacquo from us. that the gas can be found if the well Our goods are guaranteed London is sunk deep enough." dye, and wo will sell them under Mr. Phil. H. Carpenter, of Lexing- Louisville or Cincinnati prices. J.L.&W.II Wagokner ton, has accepted a position at the ll-drug store of Mr. Joe LeCompte, and Hay, corn, oats and mill feed, at is now behind the counter of that wholesale and retail, at establishment. COMPTON & MACKLIX'S. 4t says: "Having received so much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel It my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years; my doctors told me I would have to have the bono scraped or leg amputatedi I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bucklen's First Ward Henry Williams' sta- Bitters and seven boxes leg is now Arnica Salvo, and my ble. sound and well." Second Ward Capitol Hotel, Ann Electric Bitters are sold at fifty street basement. cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c. per box by Jos. LeHouse. Third Ward-Co- urt 0 elec- Compte. following officers of 111., By order of the Board of f'ouncilmen of theCity of 1'Vankfort, an election for Councllmen will bo held on Saturday, Dec. 4th, 1880, to serve for tho term of two years from tho first Sat unlay in January, 1887, three to be elected in each ward by the qualified voters thereof. Said election to bo held at the following places: An End to Bone Scraping. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, kSSSft Jt I I A 1 B" Pfe Is Tie Brst Nl IIIKhKWaterprcolGGai Eyer Maie. Nona BJJIAU tmiiiix rtnnlno unleio TIam' wa.tA i,. wirtnAw w n r..im rt Mifthai onftt TIia t?TCff t1T A VT CT TTTr! rmu)M lta Ino .bore Isntwilutely and I'ln'Jrnoo. nml will kci-- ynu clrv in tlio lmnlc-- t norm TRADK MARK. for thn '!'. silt HItAN'D" KLtCKLitnnil tlkniiontlipr. If tnnr liir, ten neri-ne- . Ak ipiiiI . .mchm for .o.frlt.t.venMl'r.'iHH to A J. 10UTIt,?tSlinn.niHfrt Mi." otlmo Uio'Timi pin-in- 11 f ' t ' 'JZE21W Fkankmx CinruiT Count Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuth, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped WE3LKT A. (UlXSV AUMIMSTIUTOK, Fl.llMIff. i Notice. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all vs. SkinEruptlons, and positively cures Wesi.rt a'. (iAiRTs' Hh. AMD Cie.. Defendants. Piles, or no pay required. It is guar A LL .PKUSOKri HA VINO CLAIMS AC.AINbT anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or hereby estate oMV'enley A. OnltitH. rtuuisul. aro i V the notllled that they must upreur bcfuie thb 2.3 cents per uiuliTHltfiud commissioner and inne their debts Chase & Sanborn's Standard Java money refunded. Price as required by law, on or before the lit day of box. For stde by Joe LeCompte W. It. ';SK. February, lfcS7. coffee, roasted. The best in tho Muster Commlsboner I . C. C. Nov. world, at Day & Half's. Tho highest market price given for ia-4- Cuts, Bruisfs, Bucklen's Arnica Salva The Best Salve in the world for NOTICE. t. Gray & Church on Main street for cheap tin ware. For Kent. A house of seven rooms, second door below Washington, on Broadwaiy. Apply to R M. tf. Aldridge. For SiiE. I offer for sale two good English setters that are not pedigreed, but good hunters Go to fresh potatoes by Mastiu Bros. SEW PLAMJSU MILL. potatoes, 3Lvstin Bros. M. to prepare for the Now is the time crisp and nipping weather. Go to Ilavingreoently added to hi EftnblUbment Gray & Church and get a handsome First-Cla- Wanted. .3,000 bushels of Irish J. WAKEFIELD Orient Heater. Is ss riaiiing 31111, now prepared to furnish nl) kind? of L. B. Marshall. Sash, Doors, Blinds,Fram6Sy Molding ALSO Farmers having real good butcher stuff on hand, which they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices by calling on Mack Salyers, 223 Main fl4-t- f. street. disorder, torpid lver, palp In back or sirtr, constipation, Mc . neirlept msu re l.itnl. One dose of fatroncr'o Sanative Fills will give relief. A lew doses restore id new liealtli and vigor. 1 If 'out of sorts' Children Scroll Work, Stair Work May 15-t- f. & Turning Gotten out In the best stjle. witu liradache, stomnoh Cure for Piles Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in tho back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose lias sone ejecFOR PITCHER'S tion of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of Indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, ect. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after getting warm, is a common attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles yield at once to tho application oi Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts effected, Centaur Liniment is the most absorbing the Tumors, allaying tho the wonderful Pain-Curintense itching, and effecting a perworld has ever known. manent cure. Price 50 cents. Ad dress, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold by Hughes & PUBLIC IS HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT I 1 have bought from Mrs. Addle fiarrett. administratrix of E. Whltesldes, deceased, his entire Interest In the "PHE NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-ha- lf Furniture and Undertaking And have sold main Tho water in the eight-inc- h Citron, raisins, dates, figs, &c, at across tho St. Clair street bridge froze Howahd Bros . solid on Thursday night, and the Compton & Macklin will hereafter pipe had to bo unjointed and thawed retail as well as wholesale anything out yesterday in their line. . Mr. Ike Williams, the contractor Bros, manufacture their Howard for putting up tho retaining wall at of the St. Clair street own candies, warrant them pure. the north end bridge, is making a splendid piece of Tar drops for coughs and colds, at work of it. Howard Bros. Ice to tho thickness of two and a Howard Bros, have just received a half inches lias formed on the ponds, full line of paper salad dishes. and the boys are having a fine time For raisins, currants, prunes, citskating. rons, figs, dates, nuts, candies and Portraits in crayon, oil or water apples, go to Waggoner.'s, Market colors for half price only until Janu- street grocer. ary 1st, 1887. Call and see specimens at Mattern's Capital Art Gallery. Remember tho fact that J. Ileeney Dr. S. F. Smith has supplied his keeps the best and freshest fruits for office with a full slock of fresh med- cakes, etc., as he only handles them during the holidays. icines to dispense to his patients. Engage your oysters and celery for Keep your house warm by buying Thanksgiving dinner at weather strips from Gray & Church, J. IIEKNFA''S, hardware merchants, on Main street. South Side. A nice Christmas gift for your boy, For Runt. Office rooms oppoa pair of skates, from Gray & Church, site Court House. Apply to Ahin hardware house, on Main street. DuvallSr. Fresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, Alex. Szymanski is a candidate for Councilman from the Third Ward, also fine celery at J. IIkkney's. and solicits the support of tho regisSee Gray & Church's big line of tf. tered voters in that ward. line Butcher Knives. The following are our cash prices Meat Cutters and Sausage Grinders or flour: at Gray & Church's, 23-- Main St. J. E. M., $2.00 por 100 pounds. Lard Cans and Butcher Knives, Arctic, $2.40 per 100 pounds. tho best, at Gray & Church's, ou Main Victor, $2.10 per 100 pounds. Street. XXXX, $2.00 per 100 pounds. Gray & Church have the best Prize, $1.05 per 100 pounds. Butcher Knives in the market. Mi mm & Son. 2t Interest In my business to fasloria er W. S. DEHONEY. And hereafter tho style of the firm will be STATEN & DEHONEY And the business will be continued at tlm old stand of Whlteskles & Staten, No. 'J18 St. Clair street. MiiyS-t- f JAS. T. STATEN. R ROGERS -- DEALElt IN- - Chiles. F URN TUR L COFFINS, Poles When Baby wu siek, ir f ara bar Castor!, When tho was a Child, the cried for Caitorla, When she became If its, she clang to Cattork, Whan aha had Chlldran, aha gars them Castorla, C. AMta A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET, digestion, sick headache as thousands testify. Bangar ! A ncylocted cold or cougn may or other fatal cllease. Stronnr'a Pectoral Pilli v'i I cut ? liy iiuv.'ic. lieu ilnnc for dyspepiln. In di'ila lead to i'nriimniila.Ci'iiMimption FRANKFORT, KT All the latest style furniture constantly In stock. May For rent. The brick house opposite the depot, belonging to V. Knl- tenbrun. tf. If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 22;) Main street, opposite Dr. Duvall's residence. fll-t- f. ..- Housekeepers, Attention! V5 m SrCkiiO (TREET.U Sm. up. muiir IF YOU WANT NICE LIGHT BREAD, USE LeCOMPTE'S BAKING Conway street, near Third, containing seven rooms. For terms apply to 2t. Wm. Cromwell. For Rent POWDER! A frame dwelling on Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by Twenty pounds of open kettle New Orleans sugar for $1, at Joseph LeCompte COMPLETE LINE OF PROPRIETOR OF THE J. Heenev's. French prunes, fresh figs, London layer raisins, California peaches, all Sig. Luschor is a candidate for Fresh Oystors, in bulk and cans, kinds of nuts, Atmore's mince meat, Councilman in the Second Ward. It very large and fat, at Day & Half's. Ac, at J. Heeney's. Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kinds of FAMOUS SEN. HARMS COLOGNE AND Shirts Made to Order L'COMPTE'S HANDSM00THER. .. U.t I ilW .. j .iCu r1 ""VTJY fO "4 . !! UIM1IIIII IstaiHKfl oliday Presents! PHILIP SELBERT, The Jeweler, -- ' HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF- - Gold Filled and Silver i Watches. Clocks of Every Description. Triple-plate- d SOLID SILVER WARE, STERLING FINE, SILVER PLATED WARE ft BEST MANUFACTURE IN THE COUNTRY, Such as Rogers, Smith & Co., Meriden Britannia Co., and Pairpoint Manufacturing Co. Rogers' 3TO-UJ- : Knives, and a full line of everything found in a first-clas- s Jewelry Store. Repairing and engraving neatly executed. Look at some of the prices: O-ol- d. OO-Soli- d. tclies Joint Solid. Silver American. Stem "Winding "Watches, on.l3r $3 from $20 to ISO; Diamond Kings from .OO lip ; IfcTiel 2SIni-vesClocksfrom $1.00 to $5.00; Sogers' Triple-plate$3.50 per JDo per Ounce; SolidS ilver Thimbles, 25 cT Sterling Fine Solid. Silver, $1.75 And articles too numerous to mention at rock bottom Cash Price. All articles turcha?pd at mv ctnv0 graved Free of Charge. TUffos Fino Resents Given Away w O-U-ac- e i O-ol- d. d. , y ?, SEE233BIG CLOCK, St. Clair Street. An Address REMEMBER THE PLACE, Nov. PHILIP SELBERT, Ik Jeweler, 27-4- 1 a: t rraBarisoDECT, toll-gate, ZEcsz&T'X'Txaxrx-- . of Franklin Co. OUK WORK. to tlie Teachers It Imp been said that experience is a dear nchool. It may bo said with equal truth that experience is the best school. And we, as teachers, having been taught in tint school, feel and know that wo aro beht acquainted with the wants and necessities of the school. AVe feel that it is our peculiar and especial duty to briny to bear every nieaiib ueeehniry to secure these wants and necessities. Therefore, wo propose to combit e our experience by the formation of State and County Teachers' .Woeintions and Institutes, in which w can enter upon the dismission of topics relevant to the question in hand, unite our thoughts, cull our suggestions, and linally decide upon what arc the real wants of the school. What is necersury to lender our school system thorough and permanently efficient ; in what direction and by what means wo shnll seek assistance. It seems, then, that the chief labor of the teachers consist in a thorough nnd minute study of the real wants of the present system, n free interchange of opiniou, and a careful education of the public sentiment up to our own views, ns formulated from the combined experience and wisdom ot the teachers of Franklin county. Of what I concehe to be the chief necessities of the present system, I note in tho fhvl place, bettor pay for teachers. You may call this sellUhner-H- , but allow yourself to be reminded that in every branch of business, trade or commerce, if you would have n thing well done you must employ skilled labor. If jou would obtain a good article, yor must pay a good price. Likewise, if ou would have your children educated, you must employ skilled labor, viz : Educated, competent, capable teachers. You would scarcely employ n blacksmith to manufacture a watch, or vice ersii a silversmith to manufactures a plow, but I assure you either would exhibit more intelligence than to employ a blockhead to touch your children. When I tell you that to securo good teachers you must pay good wages, it is true in every other brunch of business. It is equally true in this ; and if you really dtsiie to liavo the children educated, 11 mailers not uy what motive l tun actuated, whether it bo or a desire to serve the people, the fact remains tho same. To educate you must lunt competent touchers, and to 8cuie these jou must pay liberal wages. My motive may bo seliiah, but my theory is correct. In tho second place, we need largor, more commodious and convenient school buildings, better and more comenient furniture. I wish you could visit some of our district I hardly feel equal to tho task of describing one. JJut imagine, if you can, a hut 12 by 1G feet, built of round red oak poles, with one polo left out tho entire length of the building on either side. These aro called windows, and the smaller and remaining cracks aro daubed with mud, not cement, school-houses. but common yellow clay. Now wo build crime with which our lnnd is and will bo P. S. Tho patent on tho switch for the snythat she displayed a fund of ina stick chimney, lay a puncheon floor, cursed. Lastly, wo need means to prevent new roads being made by the new firm, and wo have a Kentucky diesrict school-hous- tho eomnungleincnt and mixture of tho tho switches are placed fivo miles npnrt. telligence tliut would have done which we proceed to furnish. Just white and colored schools. I would ex- At evqry switch there is a credit to oiu of riper years. so Mfes Nellie Cox, in her owjiy on below the windows on either side wo place tend to tho negro race eery facility fv ucii miy unu goes on tno is wooden pins, and across these pins we education and improvement. I want to dosed, and they nro compelledswitch it tho "Politeness," showed tlint she underto pay place a broad plank, and term it n writing see them have every fncility, and let thtm j;nto keeper. Tho price of stood the true meaning of that word, desk. It is eminently proper tho pupils outstrip the Anglo-Suif they can ; 1. s fallen. nnd her manners, that she knows So but I do claim for Kentucky the inalienashould write in a sitting posture. low to apply it; but it was in her rnivATE. some poplar logs are split, somo wooden ble tight to keep the schools separate. little song that she took complete pins drheniuto the round sids, turn them The races were created unequal, and I Deab Geoiiok : I'm nil wrong. Every- possession of every heart, her acting tint side up, with but little care, and wt deny tho power ot Fcdeinl tJ(.emment thing is going wrong. In the Covington was so natural, .so child-lik- e that no linvo seats upon which the sons and or any other power under tho heavens to district that Thoebe man will cheat us one could equalize them. These, with others of out of a Congressman. In tho Louisville success to help admiring her. Here's daughters may proudly sit. little "Nell." Here is your institution of learning ; minor importance, I conceive to bo tho district there is Augustus Eli Willson will All the children did well, and we here you may practice hygiene in all of chief needs of our present system, and go to Congress. regret that snnce will iw.t ,iii. ,,u . ..... iwv iiiiwm un is ' . its details, and hero a labor-nor- n teacher the question arises in what and to whom If wo could mnke Carlisle TJ. S. Senin faeii one uy name. is placed, with G7 little urchins in u hut shall we look for assistance. It is evident ator. But W0 can't wait. Hh tniirlif nt. Miss Mernu read "Curfew must not that would disgraco a Hottentot's home, that our wants must bo supplied through tract tho attention of tho Republican in a manner so as to and is demanded just G7 healthy educated enactments of tho General Assembly, nnd party. But it's too lone; oif. Do vou toll men and wemen, and nil for tflfi u month. tho G. A., or the members thereof, nro the suppose there is enough Democrat b rivet the attention of her audience. As teachers we gladly uccept your little creatures of the people. Hence, to the to make n U. S. Senntor. Please post mo ..,9o1, ' remarks on "Compulsory Education" were listuujo uuu gins, luey were creaieil llllio- - M't 'tquu wo muse iook ior UlU. snail wo in regard to tho matter. cent and pure material, worthy of our look in vain t The fame of Kentuckv for ened to with much interest, thev Aro you on good terms with Gov. Knott acceptance, and we do not p.oposo to generosity is world wide. If generous in If so, pleuso induce him to make the race were pointed and uttered with such crowd them to suil'ocation in your wig- all else, why penurious in that which most for Governor. Vetoing the Cow Bill will lorce and earnestness that thev earwams, or place them for G or 8 hours a nearly concerns the welfare and happi- insure his election. We don't want Buck-w- ned conviction to everv hearer. day in a sitting position on your racks ot ness of the children. Cleveland enn't spare Durham. (,' llot, remarks on torture. Indeed, wo leject your huts and Knott is tho only man that can defeat "Obedience" were excellent. Come , demand in which to teach Cash. M. Clay. again Albert. your children. Give us tho children, give If you can induce Knott tho Your correspondent the children what thoy need, and your race, I will stump Sand Kittle fer him. marks on the neces.-il-y made a few reof extending Sand Hifile, Owon Co., Ivy. armies shall abound with Grants and Lees. Yes, I would be willing, in company with the term of the school, and it is to be Your hulls of legislation shnll reverberate Dear Roundabout : Col. Custleman, to go to Hownii county, with the eloquence of Bieckinridges, I'm at this place, well and hearty, living and try and make another compromise hoped that the patrons of that district will think over this matter and Chns and Websters. From your nulnits on cracklin bread, sausage, spare-ribs- , etc. with tho sovereigns of that county, shall bo spoken language Married, near Hatton, Mr. II. K. Strange give their children equal advantages with I was up in tho settlement u few eluvs 'laimneige. Around your home circles go; was detained some time at Kelser's, on and Miss Minnie StiernrM. Mnv tlmw Hv with the children of other districts. ibis was .mIks Downey's first tueio ti...ul be lower ot thle Mnry Walker tho New Castlo road leading to Franktoit. u long and happy lite, and have a great or tho Uela Lockwood tyne, while Maria I vnQ refetenco to that part of said road many little Strangers is tho wish of eke. school, but she has proved herself to be a true teacher, and that she has Agues! and Hannah Moore shall bo iully "ear Mr. Kelser's, which was made by said KELIOIOUB NEWS. the qunlilications to make a reputa- represented. Again, wo want a high Kelseis, and sustained and made legal by Beech Ridge Church (Baptist) is being iiwii mm nue.- mm nor menus standard, not too frequently changeable, ono Judge McDonald, of Frankfort. This niav be and unitorm I urn not here roiid crosses hollows so steep and deep repaired and repainted by that grand and Justly proud of. T. II. good man, P. 1. Puttie, who is doing to advocate any pnrticulur list to be ' that tho sun never did sliino on tho ' torn moro to moralise and Christianize tho of said road. Suit was brought by but it needs no argument to ' the diiectors ot tho turnpike company to ouiiLr than all tho ireachiis in tl.in mi it establish tho fact that our s should bo of the highest standard for tho place tho pike on tho roud-bebut tho of Shelby or Franklin counties. Ho will benefit of tho pupils, not too frequently directors were loft with cost to pay. My receive a crown bedecked with jewels as changeable for tho benefit of tho parents. ' judgment is that tho directors and tho his reward for his nobleness of heart. und uniform for tho convenience of tho other parties to tho suit, including Jiidero So mote it be. From your uncle, Raisins, Currants, teacher. I would remark in tho noxt McDonald, should at once bo sent to Utah, Zukk Youum. place, wo need means to induce, nnd if tho judge to Joo Smith's place as Presi Citron, Dates, need be, enforce tho uttendnnco of each dent, Kelser us Vice President of tho child of pupil age at least live months in Mormons. tho yeur. 1 know many object to comTho now pike extending on to Frnnk-- ' AND ALL The meeting at Stedmanlown, on pulsory education. Many parents con- fort is completed. It is a No. 1 good one. tend that it is interference with thoir Several moio aro beintr made on tho the 27th, was qui to a hucces, all on personal liberties to compel them to send velocipede order. They aro intended for the programme responded except their childien to school. Indeed, your switches, on tho stylo of railroads. Miss Shipp, who was sick, and Col. children are the children of tho Common- - 1 hoy take a great deal less metul. One T. W. fcSeott. The scholars of the school deserve wealth, und aside from the right of the piko near Hatton was made with one cart just Kr.cr.ivij uy uuuuruu iiiemseivcs, eacn citizen tins a load to tho tod, on which two velocipedes great praise for the admirable manright almost with your own. can pass, piovided they nro furnished ner in which they performed their Must this great State, knowing us she with good drivers. There is a patent on several parts. Win. & Geo. does that iguorunco is tho mother of vice, this kind of pike. Any ono infringing Miss Maggie In lies' Essay on Nov. ullow your children to become tho crime on the patent will bo piosocuted to tho "Cranks" was an excellent composidealers und of coming genera- full extent of the law. tion on sucli a "cranky" subject. tions, because you lorbnde, because you Would that we had a few more just NEW l'IKli FllfJJ object to their education r Tho children Composed of James H. Dorsey nnd A. J. such cranks as she described. were created pure und naturully intelliMks Hannah June.-,-' Essay "Shadgent, and tho State is under obligations Kodgors. Stylo of ilrm is Dorsoy & ows," was u Bodgers. Thoy propose to build pikes at beautiful piece on so to see thoy have tho moans to preserve 230 PA0E8. IlluttrtU'd. Tiiuotlmnuailt UiitOUig. uSZ a subject, three hundred lour purity and cultivuto their intelli- - Tlioy guaranteeand good dollars per mile. dark may be but wo hope her futheir as '" cloudless full of sunwork as any pike ture r IwjuW Iw" inltolnowT .. , '? ciirloV..Uo,ib'll shine and free of shadows. iiKAUTY ud IMlTINhNH re prcrnnlril by "ay i';iry' wl' not' wl,vl aifdltoUlcl, "to i" Hii. Miss Annie Hoggins read a beautie, - gato-keopin- n Frl's i1 r. school-houses- Letter from Zcke Yocum. co-equ- j - text-book- s. 4t text-book- d, FRESH ! Educational. KINDS OF NUTS, Weitzol. co-equ- 27-2- t. evil-doo- EiiAHKIAGE GUIDE .; ful essay and wo regret that wo have Earjy,MiWBR7ffiVTrf'S?.?:x forgotten tho subject, but wo must ClTITUmOLT ani it jta u wi m oiutttLmmmmm "I !J!!li.l"Hmtr i ,,.,,. iv.itt.1 JH..AJ ..tiiity.f.-i,- . .