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PHILIP SELBERTT The Jeweler, -- Ub, r HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF- - J c J . Gold Fi am Clocks of Every Description. SOLID SILVER WARE, STERLING FINE, SILVER PLATED WARE 1 BEST MANUFACTURE IN THE COUNTRY, Solid. Gold. TTSbtclxes from $20 to $150 ; Diamond Sing's from $4.00 up ; HTiwlsel Knives, $3.50 per IDoizl; ClockGfrom $1.00 to $5.00; ZKoers' Triple-plateSterling" Pine Solid. Silver, J75 per Ounce; SolidS ilver TliimToles, 25 c And articles too numerous to mention at rock bottom Cash Prices. All articles purchased at my store Engraved Fre of Charge. Tlare Fisao Presents Given &way as "CJsual. 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 Rogers' Triple-plate- d some of the prices: neatly executed. Look at ZF'o-u.Steaao. "pv;,inciirLg, 002.1.37- - $lS.OO ; Oia.:nce Toint Solid. Silver r es, C3-ol- d. icnexicstxi T-atcli- SICE BIG- CLOCK, - REMEMBER THE PLACE, 233 St. Clair Street. jKByBH PHILIP SELBERT, Nov. 27-4- L Jeweler, ,2l.IT:,OI,T,, aszzETrcraKrsr- - mmmnmtu 'i'i"utmmimumji iiiw fFwj&AKI ill B'BSIV&EjM THIS OUT! -- AND READ WELL- - wm UB raw 'mi H llg LAD 0 Goods Line. We have a large line of ' fc Si m SSES', AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS Which we are determined to Close Out at the Lowest Prices To make room for our HOLIDAY GOODS. Wo 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. s OUR DRESS GOODS. t We are desirous of calling your attention to our dress goods department, and will oflbr you some rare bargains in this line, of which we have a large and stylish assortment, and the cheapest in the city. u BLANKETS, jvWe cannot bo excelled by any in our line of Blankets. . f,v f ' ( We have them in red, whito and grey, and offor them at bottom prices. of comforts, the very best, which wo will sell cheap. We also have an oxcellent line.'. 1 FANCY GOODS. . - 'i Our assortment of f ancy goods, stamped and plain, both linen and felt, is the most completo in the city. It consists of Tidies, Table covers. Scarfs, Tray covers, ,; . Mantle and Sido board Lambrequins, the very latest stylo patterns and designs. We also have- a fine assortment of towels, both plain aud fancy, which we will sell cheap. Call and see our goods belore purchasing elsewhere. Main Street, New Store, WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. : - yfil A rtfr , . j, .fcA-- pi"tT 'i1iWTXtw& Mr. James A. Hodges, of Louisville, who has beqn a Ganger in the Cth District and one of the few Republicans left in the service, had his commission revoked on Nov. 30th last, by the Commissioner of Internal Reveuuc. "One by one the roses fall." ' . ',. '" N ' ' ' w ' f 1 FRANKFORT RUUNMRUUT. K literal at the s post-offic- e second-clas- s lit Frankfort, Kentucky, mailable mutter. WHERE TO HOLIDAY BTJ"2" (I GEORGE A. LEWIS. p Editor and. IFiablislier. FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 11, 1886. doubts thnt the ' is a live paper and the Roundabout people's favorite, let them look at our advertising columns, and then see the amount of job work our presses are groaning under, and they will be convinced. "We are not much given to bragging facts speak for themsvilve. Now is the time to renew your subscriptions or to become a new subscriber for the year 1887 only $1.00 per year. If anybody Monday was County Court day, and, notwithstanding the cold weather, there was a large crowd in town, and the voice of the auctioneer was heard, mingled with that of the windy patent medicine man. Prices of all kinds of stock ruled low. PRESENTS! ? WHITE HALL! Offers the largest and finest display of Useful Gifts for Father, Husband, 11'M Brother, or Son: '" I Now that the city election is over and the new Board is ready to buckle down to their work, let us have a little rest on the growls, grunts and curses of certain disappointed ones. The people have said, by their votes, that they desire the present Board, and let us all wait and see how well these gentlemen can do. Give them credit for good intentions, at least, however much you may think they may be it: error. They are as much interested in our city's welfare as any of us, have just as much of the burdens to bear, in proportion, as anybody. "Let us have peace." There were several little ''misunderstandings" on the street Monday, but no serious damage was done. A little to much "soothing syrup" made several individuals imagine themselves heroes at the first but very Suit of Clothes tired at the last. Men's Overcoats $io to $20 $1.75 to $30 $1.50 to $10 .$1.75 to $10 $5.00 to $10 $2.00 $3.00 Mr. L. F. Johnson, as assignee or Boys' Overcoats groJno. L Jones, the South-sid- e Boys' Suit . cer, is selling off the stock at cost. All goods remaining unsold on the Dunlap Hat 10th will be sold at auction, com- Silk Umbrellas $3 mencing the next day. Half doz. Linen Hemst'd Handkerchiefs, Judge Wm. Lindsay, in a card in Handkerchiefs, the Argus, declines to make the race Half doz Pongee " for the Legislature from this county. Half doz. Japanese hem'd Handkerchiefs, 4.50 Half doz. Japanese Handkerchiefs, $6.00 Pair Scotch Wool Gloves . . . $0.75 to 1.25 Pair Embossed Back Kid Gloves, $1.50 to $2.25 Pair Fine Beaver Gloves . . . . 55.00 to $7.50 d Pair Fine Suspenders, $2 to $3.50 '- - Hand-painte- Silk Mufflers in all colors and prices, , go. 50 to $$ BST SHOES FOR EVERYBODY. - a: I r- - ir K . , f Another tire occurred at the residence of Mr. John V. Gault on Tu.s-da- y night. A lot of rags were placed on top of a cupboard, which stood against a wooden partition in the MLAJX3ST basement kitchen, and set fire to. It was discovered before more damage 'was done than charring the boards of the partition and cupboard, and was extinguished with a lew buckets of water. This is the fourth or tilth attempt to burn Mr. Gault's residence, " Ihave examined the question thoroughhaving been destroyed by ly, and if I had only known what I know his stable now, I wjuld not have accepted the call. tire only a few weeks since. In all things we have not had our quarrel just. I would he blind if I did not recogWoodson has entered nize the fact that any man in my position Mr. D. M. ?' into a contract with the Versailles as pastor of that church, under the present six? aspect of aflairs, is necessarily regarded by and Midway Railroad Company to many tzrjrjF&inamA u pfi'v.i 1 ItlHhfa both ir Presbyterians the S.JJ!V7survey a route for their road from Stale and elsewhere, of as in churches infore'&??-&the very &', Versailles to the Kentucky river, front of opposition and hostility to the Wj'M "2y.2riZriSi" Nwith a view to extending their road Northern Presbyterian Church in Ken63fW!?nBESKi S no mxv&?? to Lawiencebttrg, to connect with the tucky. I have the language to I express my tS?Srt-!wrthought. repugnance at have no f&mr " ssjftAqKWKraSN. Louisville Southern Railroad. The sympathy whatever with a spirit of enmity. route is a diilicuit and problimatical It is not the spirit of Christ. Let it be one, and in case he makes a success- clearlyin understood, however, that I am loyal my allegiance to the Southern ful survey will be given charge of the Church and to the principles which make extension to Lawreneburg, and after her a separate organization; at the same "SOM1HMj&yV& &$? it understood that N wnnxjs.-soswards appointed Superintendent of time letoniybe equally well fraternal feelings I have the best of construction of the road from Mid- for the Chinch North, and I would rejoice way to Georgetown. He will begin to see tne d.iy when the baincrs that separate us can be forever removed. It An Eminent Specialist in All Chroni. work on the survey next week. seems to me that the committee ought to Diseases I'eculiar to Both Congre&s met on Monday last and abandon every thought of antagonism, if Sexes. any still exists, to the Northern Church in the President's message was read to Frankfort, and that the Christian people of SUCCESSFULLY TREATS both houses. From now until the the two churches should take steps looking 4th of March the usual grist of non- to harmony and peace at least. It is a grievous responsibility when the variances sense will be ground out by these of God's .people become stumbling blocks bluffers and blowers. It would be a to the world, as is the case there. And Asthma and Neuralgia. good thing for the country if we our church in South Frankfort should see to it that the burden is no 'longer upon DLSEASES OF THE could not have another session of her. " Congress for about four years. Their A Little Girl's Wants. fooling and tampering with the laws Ees, Acute and Chronic, Cataracts, unsettles values and. deranges busi Tho following letter was dropped Superficial and lnternitl, removed without surgical ness more than anything else that e operation. Vision restored or money refunded. on Thursday: into the Consultation und trlul treatment freo ever happens. Fuankfokt, Ky., Dee. 8th. Justice Thos. H. Ilines, Dear Santa Claus:bring: me a pretty STILT HOUSE VERSAILLES. I want you to now of Bowling Green, Warren comi- doll, a eurly top one;. but before I Patientswill be promptly attendty, is announced as a candidate for say anything else, I want a doll bug- ed at their homes, day or nisrht. office of Stitt Leave Governor on the Democratic ticket. gy, a niee book, a breast pin, and a House. orders at ring. Since his return from Europe his ture Well I want a beautiful pic- ON TUE FIBBT MONDAY IN EACH MONTH I WILL and a perfume bottle, and a BE AT health has been completely restored. cap I want it Ho is a strong man with his party, and pink. I think they are the pret BUHR'S HOTEL, FRANKFORT. and a "hustler from way back" in tiest. Aunt Frank is right fond of r llMllli- tl lultt fif frlfilfcj Sulfite, .,I.V.. p.i. U BUl, WUl.T To whom it may concern; politics. Buckner's hopes have reand candy. Well, I cannot think of For ten years my sight has been gradually falling ceived a black eye in this case. any more. I will close. I live on My left eye has been blind for eight ears from Logan street. will shut my eyes purubsls of th optic nerve. Dr. Wllllums, of Hon. Madison C.Johnson, Lexing- tight; I will not Ilook, iudeed I won't. Cincinnati, und Dr. (loldsteln, of Louisville, It Incurable, Blx weeks ugo Dr. Smith ton's most distinguished jurist and Good-bycommenced to treat my case, und at this dute I can Your loving little girl, read with my left ee without glasses, und my M . W citizen, died last Tuesday night about sight Is ulmost completely restored. MUS. JNO. O. ltODGERS, midnight. He was eighty years of . Versailles, Ky , BORN. A daughter of Mrs, Jucksou Williams. age and died one of that city's most In this city, on Tuesdiiy, December 7, I860, honored citizens. It has become an Mr. Henry (J. Mutteru und wife, u daughter. to aphorism that "Lexington without In this county, on Monday, December Ctb, 188C, monument and Mat. John- Mr. Edward O'liuru und wife, u daughter Ukml- - Wesley A. Gaines' Fbanklin Cikcuit Couht VlfcVJC. Auministhatou, i'lulntlll. son would not be worth a baubee." f al vi ft. I ?-v-'- Rev Robert E. 'Caldwell, Pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church in this city, who is at present attending the Theological Seminary at Princeton, has written a letter to the session of the church resigning his charge, and his resignation lias been accepted. In speaking of the letter the correspondent of the Courier-Journhas this to say: "Mr. Caldwell, the writer of the letter, recited in substance the promises held out to him, and the disappointments he had realized; in two years the church had not advanced a dollar in its financial strength. In its relation to the First Presbyterian Church, then, he says: Pair Slippers given away with every $2.00 cag saje or over in Shoe Department. Remember, no house offers such a stock to select from. Crutpher b$ Starks. ZETEenSIFOIEe'X1, KTST. - ST'EEIE'l?, j SANTA - ajx1 - "' xxcclttire:' R. K. McCLURE Has a full and complete stock of-- 4 ;SMiMliftv Mmap . .& r- DR. T. B. SMITH Catarrh, Gift Books. Deafness, Toy Books, POETICAL BOOKS, Post-ofile- Ex-Chi- ef Xmas Cards, Blocks, Games, Etc. vi t Other useful presents, such as ,m.- to-bog- an lead-color- ed fk Silk Umbrellas, Pocket Books, Pen Knives, - 5 Clippers, &c. i ! e. l(K)0-lm- Housekeepers, Attention! - 3STOTI01G. Notice. i YOU WANT NICE MARRIAGE GUIDE 2M) PAftFft IlInitrmUd.ThLlathxi OIllEliMtiiiK.Wc munry or imp. 8nif , paptrcover, 22r, J nil con Ulni ALL the curioiii, doubtful or Inqulilllrcwiiiilnookknow, lo uiioi vcrr imrnwnr ' anmu'n irii.im,ntifi,i iivii.tu MUDjr m4 UAITISKSB re promoted by niy Marry, who not, whvi .Mcdlcnl Alii, tti tdtlK wbo lirn urttiiory. !"V,,iu,J1nne ,0 Jl!4 owdtftii rjivriiTi'Bis.tnif to lift. Youi)(tcrT)ld,mmedorliii!clckorf;i,iliou)d Rtd ii. pcimeiiru vy UH. WnlTTIER. St. LOU I. Mn. 4 IF LIGHT BREAD, USE the-Cla- LeCOMPTE'S .' V I Hawthorno Hill, late of the Louisville Commercial, has purchased an interest in the JMaysville and will hereafter edit that paper. Here's to you, Brother Hill. ' iRJr. lie-public- A m . !. J Rev. Robert E. Caldwell has resigned the pas'toral care of the South- Old Weitzel Hotel Building, oppoern Presbyterlau Church In South site State Capitol, Frankfort, and his resignation has pESPECTFULLY TENDEUS HIS M0FE3- xvaiuimi services 10 msoiu menus unu others In been accepted. Dec. i run Wort und vicinity. ll-t- f. WILSON, J.J. DENTIST, Cns., Defendants. SPLENDID FAMILY HORSE, l'HAETON ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST estute und huriiess. Cull on Muiiraini Darnell or hereby notified of Wesley A. Gaines, deceased, ure that they must appear, before the Dec. t. D. L. SUHLKl'T. undersigned commissioner und prove their debts as required by law, on or before tbo 1st duy of ebruury, 1887. W. H . POSEY, Nov. DMt . Muster Commlssoner F. C. C. A. ll-U- FOE S-A-Ij- vs. E! Wesley Gaines' Hrs. and BAKING POWDER! "B1 M Prepared and FOR SALE ONLY, by t Joseph LeCompte PROPRIETOR OF THE P. TT. MAJOR, ATTORNMY AT LAW FUANKFOKT, KY., and Grant counties, In the Court of Apneuls, unu in the Federul Couit 01Jy-t-f -- . ;.j roE-EEJisra?- . Dr. Blackburn's residence, with lurge yard, gar den, stables, horse mid cow lots, situated ut south ern terminus oi Logan stree;, outn truiiKiort. Possession given December lu. For terms, Apply to FlUNKFOHT, KY., Nov. 13, 1B80. FAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE AND PRACTICE IN WILL Fidiiklln, Carroll,THE CIRCUIT C0URT3 Gallatin, lloono, Owen FRANK CHINN. tl L'COMPTE'S HANDSMOOTHER. m W & Of'4- - 't' '; ' sv $wat fm ""w ft x m BQUMDHBOD T SuDDiemen t FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 11, 1886. Death ff Jas. G. Dudley. f Mr. Jas. Q., Dudley died Wednesday afternoon, at his residence on "Wappiug street, after an illness of several months duration, aged about 56 years. The deceased was the eldest son of the late Gen. Ambrose W. Dudley, was for a number of years a leading lumber merchant in this city, and had served as Councilman and member of the School Board. In early life he went to California, but returned and settled in Louisville, from whence he removed to Chicago. In 1866 he returned to this city and engaged with his brother, I. T. Dudley, in the lumber business, in which business, he remained until somo two years ago, when he sold out and removed to Louisville. His business ventures not proving successful ,in that city, he returned to his old home early in 'October, broken in health, and has nearly ever since been to bed, gradually growing worse "until death came to relieve him con-confin- ed from suffering. His funeral took place Friday morning, at 10 o'clock, from his late residence, and was largely attended. He leaves a wife and five children three eons and two daughters who have the warmest sympathy of a large cir cle of friends. ' J'- - We regret to learn that Mrs. Ellen Ford, widow of the late Dan. Ford and mother of Mr. Con. McCarty, had the misfortune to fall, as she was jjoiner into the Cemetery, on Thursday evening last, and fractured her xight leg in two places near the hip. The fracture was i educed and she is doing as well as could be expected considering her age. u, fh ' Mr Georgo Prewitt, who for the past fifteen years has been driving a freight wagon between this city and Lawrenceburg, was seriously injured about the head, on Thursday night of last week, by a fall irom his wagon, when near Alton. His injuries are such that he will be laid up for some time. Will receive next Monday another hogshead of open kettle New Orleans augar, 20 pounds for $1.00. , J. Heeney. Major H. T. Stanton, of this city, has been appointed Commissioner for the allotment of Indian lands, by the Secretary of the Interior. The position has a salary of ten dollars per day attached, and expenses. Ho left Thursday night for Washington to take the oath of office and receive his instructions. fitf. If you wish, to purchase china, glasware and fancy goods, for Christmas, cheaper than ever before, call on W. T. Reading, the Broadway street merchant. He has these articles in great variety and at unusually tf. low prices. The work on the South Frankfort sewer will be completed next week, no bad weather preventing. The brick-wor- k has been completed as far on Cross street as the residence of Dr. V. H. Hall, and the work of excavating is being pushed through the Main street fill at the intersection of Cross. m - 3 he sells just as he advertises. Try him. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ed. Marshall gave a pound party on Thursday evening, which was quite an cnjoyablo affair. Largest stock of candy in the city, stick and mixed candy 10 cents a tound, at Waggoner's, the Broadway street grocer. ' J. Heeney advertises no bumhug, The services of a well qualified Mrs. Dr. W. L. Rodman and son, Stewart, urrlved here yesterday after- teacher of vocal music can bo obtained Tho Commissioners of the State noon on a visit to Mrs. Rodman's by applying to C. H. Parrent, BridgeNormal School for colored persons parents, Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart and port, Ky. met on last Wednesday, Dec. 8th, to wife. Jctt. decide upon the location of said Forks of Elkhorn. Waltzing around zero for several school, but Judge Simrall, of Louisdays. Moderating. ville, one of the Commissioners, being absent, no important business Several farmers killed hogs a week Several ice houses have been filled. ago and they froze up so that they was transacted. The location of the Died, last Saturday night, of croup, could not be cut out. school was laid over for a future date. infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Muer. Representatives of Lexington, Mr. Dick Peel, of Woodlake, i3 tho Ice houses being rapidly filled. Dr. Willis, of Germany, was in Hopkinsville, Danville and Frank- alto singer of that village. fort were present, to enter the fight Miss Gertrude Sharp, of Frankfort, town last week. for its location, but were disappoint- was out visiting Miss Katie Cannon Jas R. Shaw has removed to his father's farm, on Mill ville pike. Sored. It is hoped that Frankfort will last Sunday. be the winner as it will be of much morning at Mt. ry to lose him. Services Chas. Ruby, of Millville, went to 11 o'clock. advantage to the school to be at the Pleasant Church, Louisville last Wednesday. Capital of the State, near the LegislaMr. Ben. Sullivan has returned Lee A. Owen went to Lexington from Eddyvllle and will probably ture, last Thursday for goods. winter here. Harry Holmes, one of the old and Tho boysnnd girls have been enSeveral children in this neighborrespected citizens of Frankfort, who hood have had the chicken pox". Two joying themselves on skates for a few was honest in his dealings, departed days past, ponds being.in nice condiof our little fellows are about well. this life on Tuesday, Doc. 2d, at the tion. A gentleman of this vicinity and age of 72 years. He leaves three one of Woodlake are contemplating Miss Moore, of Georgetown, is vissons, two daughters, and a host of visiting California next month. iting her sister, Mrs. Ote Crutcher. friends to mourn his loss. His funerMrs. Mark Cromwell has been and Teachers of the Fork's Mission S. al was conducted by Revs. Henry S. held their last meeting this session is still very sick. Hope she will soon Samuels and Mitchell at the Inde- with Miss LulaColmrn, at Woodlake, recover. last Thursday night. pendent Baptist Church. M. E. Jett spent last Sunday evenAnnie Grimes, who was shot by A box party this evenituc at Sted-man- 's ing in this neighborhood. Hall for the benefit of the Thos. Parker on Nov. 24th, is still Capt. C. E. Hoge's residence, Come! completed, will be one of the when Fork's Mission Sunday-schoo- l. alive, but her physician says there finest Be sure you come and help a good and most pallatial country houses in is no iiopes of her recovery. . cause. the State. . Kisses were plentiful at a certain Rice 5 cents a pound, prunes 5 cents At the last session of the General few a pound, oest lanniy flour 2.uu per school adjoining this district a and Assembly nn act was passed and beago, so we were informed, weeks 100 pounds, bacon and lard 81 cents sweeter one's were never before pre came a law. compelling the Railroad Company to fence their road where a pound, ut Waggoner's, on Broad- sented and accepted tnan tnose. the right of way had been donated way. We noticed in an exchange that a to them. They were to have 3 LeiKxkyshomssxuurkinzvsky months' notice. They have been Mr. The new sidewalk in front of the met with an accident in the State of notified but say they are not comGovernment Building was cracked Michigan. We think he is a native pelled to build the fences and deby the frost during the recent cold of Switzer and a distant relative of clined to do so. Now nwhy compel the unfortunate, farcousin Ben, spell. mer to keep up a line offence and let . . Mt. Pleasant Sunday-schowill the big, bloated, grinding monopoThe work on tho interior of the have a Christmas tree on Christmas lists defy tho law? As soon as said Government Building is going ahead Eve night, also one at Providence act was passed an order was issued, same night, and one at gradually. Tho radiators of the heat- Church the Hall on Christmas night so I understand, by the L. & N. Rai'-roa- d Stedman'w Company, that they would pay ing apparatus are being put in, the for the Fork's school. t for no more stock that was 'killed, stairways going up, and preparations Thanks to some kind friends for and directing section men not to apare being made for laying the floors. assisting us in hunting up the news. praise any that were killed. Don't forget that we want tho Fork's Brother Barnes' littiecabinet organ, department oi our paper interesting, Lebanon Ridge. which accompanied him on hi3 Eu and to make it so we must have your News scarce but plenty of snow. ropean tour, and which Miss Marie help, for It is impossible for us to find city a few weeks since, out every thing that's going on in the A used in this neighborhood that would oeoi inter sparegood appetite makes sausage and ribs eat much better. has at last succumbed to tho baggage est to our readers. Vick Gordon is the boss rabbit smashers, and has been permanently Miss Bettie Jones spent a few days hunter. One day last week he killed retired. Franklort this week. in 10 rabbits, two squirrels and two Mrs. Barry South, of Frankfort, is field larks. Go ahead Vick there is a . Dr. J. J. Wilson, for many years a near resident of Belle Point, after an ab- visiting her parents Jones. Woodlake, fortune ahead of you. Mr. and Mi's. Win. Mr. John Carder, of Westport, Ind., sence of five or six years has again O! Where can ' ho be, James visited D. S. Cain last week. John returned to this city and located for Thomas, of Switzer, with his ehro-mo's- ? is an old acquaintance of ours and the purpose of practising his profesis stopping at Shelbyvtlle, Ky., running a feather renovator. All persion. His card will bo found in Bridgeport. sons wanting feathers washed and column. well worked over can have it done Gathering ice. in good order. We recommend John Personal. to be a gentleman and an honest man. Mercury at zero and vicinity. G. F. Duncan, agent for tho Louisouisville, has Mr. Frank BullI, Thos. Hunter, C. S. S., visited the been visiting his par7its in this city. schools in this vicinity last Tuesday ville tobacco warehouse, lias gone to Louisville to see how the market is. Mr. Carlton Gray, of Louisville and Wednesday. We would advise tobacco growers to spent Sunday with his parents at the Married, Dec. 0th, 1880, at tho resi- hold their crops a while longer, us it K. M. I. dence of tho bride's foster parents, is very low at present. Miss Llzzlo Rodman has been on a Mr. Jno. Angrave and wife, Mr. Mr. Henry Rodgers, Wm Masters and Miss Annie visit to relatives in Jefferson ville, Angrave, Rev. W II. Hampton sold a hogshead last of Flat Creek, week which Ind. cleared him tlfty'-fiv- c cents. He had officiating. better put it around fruit trees. The little infant daughter of Mr. J. Tho sick have all about recovered. W. Greenup is quite ill, with grave Died, Mrs. Sallie Terrell, the 23d fears as to the result. Tho corn shuck and goose bone inst., alter longsuiiering. Mr. Georgo Richardson, of this prognostications inso regard to the far. county, has gone to Birmingham, weather have failed 1843. 1886. Alabama, where he will spend the Tho public schools are now closing, winter. and tho d teachorsand Mrs. Molllo Williamson and Master and persecuted children will have a Clydo are visiting her mother, Mrs. months. EspeciHenry Kompmann, in Indiunaipls, shortisrest of seven true in regard to ally the above Indiana. tho rural districts. HOLIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne' Hill, of Wo would just here Louisville, have been visiting tho Bellepolnt correspondentromind our THK FIRM Ol' SMITH & NIXON, OB' CINCIN- brldo's parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. J. mas trees will bo ripe in that Christ- 1 imtl, Ohio, having established mt agency la about two Manktort- desire to cull the attention of the Sawyier, on Broadway. public to their thoroughly weeks. pianos. THE WKHElt." I'OK UICH OUALITY nv Mrs. M. R. Cromwell, of this counMiss Georgia Sargent, of Anderson tone, conibltietl with durability iind perfection ty, who has been dangerously ill for county, of action, Is acknowledged by artists of noto has relatives tho past two weeks, was a littlo better this vicinity been visitingpast week. in Tho during the "Kranleh fcHach," for purity of tone and yesterday morning. elegance of ilnlah. thoroughness and perfection to secure items for of their new overstrung scale, ranks them nmone In our efforts Mrs. M. F. McEnnis left Wednesthe foremost pianos of tho ape. day noon for her old homo in Penn- this column this week, a school girl Tho Leek A: Son "Opera." Thero Is no Instruguinea for sale. ment known to the public that has gained such sylvania, having been summoned Informs us sho has a so a as the by a telegram announclngthedangor-ou- s Rev. L. II. Salin, of Owen county, "Opera." Upopularity In shortAlsotlmo Kurtz-mastands unrivaled. tho Melster & Son, and others, and all illness of her mother. spent last Sunday night in our city. imisifi.-iioratnu. As nonu but ran .in Dr. J. J. Wilson, formerly of this Tho usual crowd from this section justlco to pianos, wo hao selected J. O. MAUH as our local agent and solicit )our patroungo city, but now residing at Perry ville, attended County Court last Monday. through him. Boyle county, has been In the city SMITH & NIXON. Capt. Georgo Sudduth is sold Oil till) Installment Itistrumeu this week looking around with a feeble, though somo better. still very moderate midS specially holiday prices. nlini view of returning hero to reside. uec. down-troddeol m an-other Among the Colored People. :. y over-worke- PIANOS! first-clas- PRICES! s wide-sprea- d n, llrst-cla- ss i Il-t- r. '' Jt' ) V At I Fresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, Miss Mittie Vcnable, of this city, J. IIijijxey's. who has been teaching in the Public also line celery at School in Denison, Tjexns, for several FRANKFORT, DECEMBER 11, 188G. Go to Gray years, will be married on the 28th street for cheap tin Church on Main ware. Rov. W. II. JItimpton will preach inst. to James L. Duncan, of Dallas, Portraits in crayon, oil or water that State. ut St. Johns in the Wilderness colors for half price only until JanuSunday, afternoon at il o'clock. pocket ary 1st, 1887 Call and see specimens A nice present, a first-claAll are most cordially invited. from Gray & Church, "cutlers." at Matte'rn's Capital Art Gallery. knife, m ,'Jt. The ladies of tlio Baptist Church Dr. S. F. Smith has supplied his Will furnish a supper, of suhstantials E. Power has the best und cheapest office with a full slock of fresh medund delicacies, next Thursday night. icines to dispense to his patients. in the market. Dec. 10th, in their now Chapel adjoi- weather strips m ning the parsonage. Three valuable presents given A fine line of Ilodgers' pocket . away as usual by Philip Selbert, the 3t. knives at Gray & Church. The Woman's Exchange of the 4t. Jeweler. Methodist Church will he open, as A present of a silver thimble given Hay, corn, oats and mill feed, at usual, thisiorning, in the counting-roo- with every cash sale from' 1.00 and wholesale and retail, at George's. of the Yeoman office. Those upward, at W. B COMPTON & MaCKLIX'S. wishing delicacies should call and purDec. ll-3- t. m from these ladies. If what you chase Compton & Macklin will hereafter years' experience, in every want is not on hand, leave your orders Fortyhas proved Ayer's Cherry Pec- retail as well as wholesale anything clime, and they will be tilled. toral to be the most reliable remedy In their line. . for colds, coughs, and lung disease. Col. D. C. Crutcher, of the White Colds should not be neglected. The For raisins, currants, prunes, citHall, is tho happy father of a fresh Pectoral will prevent their becoming rons, figs, dates, nuts, candies and d in the system. baby, and its a girl, alee sameo Cora apples, go to Waggoner's, Market Belle. Shake, Colonel. street grocer. Eggs are very scarce in this market meet at present. The Chautauqua Circle will Remember the fact that J. Heeney . at 7 o'clock Monday evening at the Plated nut crackers and picks, keeps the best and freshest fruits for cakes, etc., as he only handles them residence of Mr. Charles E. JIaff, on spoons and forks at Gray & Church's. during the holidays. Main street. A full attendance of the 2t. ' T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, Holiday Goods! LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. 25 ss rar it mi Dozen Hemstitched, Colored Border, at 16 25 Dozen Hemstitched, Colored Border, at 25 25 Dozen Hemstitched, Colored Border, at 33 Cents. Cents. Cents. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. White and colered, at 50 cts., 75 m cts., $1, $1.25, $1.50, Si. 75. SILK AND CASHMERE MUFFLERS! From Fiftv Cents to Five Dollars. deep-seate- NECKWEAR New Shapes and Beautiful Colors, from 25 Cents to $1.00. HUDSON, HUMPHRIES & CASSELL. members is desired. r. i rnt raft ii hr i& r The celebrated Louisville Optician, is at Buhr's Hotel and will remain one week longer. Persons having defective eye sight, or suffering pain, can be relieved. The doctor's spectacles have a wide reputation, many of our citizens have worn them. We advise our citizens to avail themselves of It. Madame Humor has it that three of this rare opportunity. teachers at the Institute for the Feeble-minde- d Just To Remiiid You Children will be marin the near future. It seems that Where to buy holiday presents in ried the City School has lost its grip on watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware the matrimonial market, und the &c, at greatly reduced prices. Every Institute is now the place for mar- thing guaranteed as represented. W. B. George, riageable young ladies to seek posiDec. ll-3- t. Main SU Jeweler. tions. Skates at bottom prices at Gray & The young people composing the 2t. "Willing Workers," of the Metho- Church's. dist congregation, gave their pastor, Tone up the system by the use of Iiev. G. C. Kelly, a surprise pound Ayer's Saisapurilla. It will make party on Tuesday evening last It you feel like a new person. Thouswas very much enjoyed by all those ands have found health and relief present, and the guests went away from suii'erinj', by the use of this great blood purifier, when all other conscious of the fact that they had means failed. a good time themselves and had The following are our cash prices replenished their pastor's larder. These occasions are a good way of for flour: bringing the members of the church J. E. M., $2.00 per 100 ponnds. sccial Arctic, $2.40 per 100 pounds. together in a much-needemanner. Victor, $2.10 per 100 pounds. XXXX, $2.00 per 100 pounds. Mr. Sol. Harris, the dry good? and Prize, $1.0-- per 100 pounds. clothing merchant, made an assign2t Miles & Son. ment Tuesday morning for the benefit of his creditors. Since his store Alaska Seal Sacqucs. on the 8th of August, was burned Ladies will save money by purwhen ho lost heavily, Mr. Harris has chasing a Seal Sacque from us. been operating upon small capital, Our goods are guaranteed London and was doing a great deal of dye, and we will sell them under but some of his creditors be- Louisville or Cincinnati prices. came clamorous for what he owed ll-J.L.&W.H Waggenek. them and attached his .stock on MonAA until January 1st only, for day afternoon, which caused him to O.UlRogers triple plated knives assign. Aifairs will be so arranged and forks, per dozen at Philip that Mrs. Harris will be able to re4t. the Jeweler. open her millinery and fancy goods establishment in a few days. J. E. M., the best flour in America, $2 GO per 100 pounds. Qibh. 2t Judge Samuel It. Smith, of tho E. H. Taylor, Jr., Co., und Col. Richard Arctic is a good patent flour; only 2t Morris, of Spring Hill, went down to $2.40 per 100 pounds. . Cash. . on a hunting trip lust Graves county Lost. A hair shirt pin, made in week. Wo hope to hear u good re- the shape of a lyre. The finder will port of them 'ere they return. be liberally rewarded on leaving the same ut this office. Mr. E. W. llines, Iteporter to the a Court of Appeals and Editor of the If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomnch Law Reporter, has moved his office disorder, torpid liver. pain in buck or side, etc .neult'rtniiu .lolatal. Unedo.se to the Baltell building, on Main of titroncr'o Sanative- Pilla will give relief. .street, in the room lately occupied by Afev doses rcNtoi o t 'v health und vigor. J. W. Hodman, Esq. d 3 Mr. Lucien Waggener, jr., of this city has been elected class poet by his class at Princeton College, New Jersey. The duties of the position require that he shall prepare and read an original poem on Glass Day during the commencement exercises next June. Dr. A. Goldateln, site Court House. Duvall Sr. See Gray & Church's big line of line Butcher Knives. Fou Kent. Office rooms oppoApply to Alvin kSSSN j . b3 Be Best Waterproof Coat, Tho FISIIBIIAM) SLICKER l( warranted watnrwr, anil will krfp joudry In tho hardest tnrm. Tie now POMJIFL SUCKER Is a r"f":t rl HtiR coat, ami oflmUattonj. Nono er nnlno wlt'imit tho "Flh roYcra tbo ftillro smldK Illustrated Cat ilojuo free. A. J. Tower, lctr, n, linn. nrand" traio-marl- i. c Farmers having real good Gray & Church have the best stulfon hand, which they wishbutcher J" to sell, Butcher Knives in the market. in iuvuivu uie iu;iii:3i uiiii kjl jhiuus bv calliiiL' on Ahu-- Siilvers. 2l!l .Main Call and examine our line of street fl4-t- f. Christmas toys; lowest prices. A. II. WAGGONER. Three pounds canned apples, five Blue Grass Hurseries, cents per can, at Waggoner's. k r , VJ VJ; L JL DEALKK IN- -- x -- r - fe -- . - Waggoner, Market street grocer, has a full line of Christmas toys at rock bottom prices. Call on him, and get prices. . m FOR FALL OK 1SS6. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all SklnEruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Bucklen'e Arnica Salve The Best Sa:lve in the world Trees. Cntnetlnes, Small Fruits, Asparagus riiints, and everjtlilng usual!) found In buch an establishment. Our prices areas low as u sell direct to the planters, having no agents. All Cornice claiming to be such are trauds. Catalogues on application to II. F. IIILLENMEYEIt. Oct. Lexlngtlon, Ky. A FULL LINL OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL COFF22TS, SsC. Pohs and Windew Fisturss for A SPECIALTY. 227 MAIN STREET. AH WEAKUNDEVELOPED til ltwi FRANKFORT, KY In tnHiM ys "W.Mrtr.Nitim m tint ri nrtn-i- ' money refunded. Price 2o cents per box. For sale by Joe LeComple Choice buckwheat flour, $0.50 per hundred, at Compton & Mackmx's. , i;M,ii;t;i) it.Jt h it,ftn iiiui .nttT immf. nr itniL rmt in o ir ntnr in rniv finmniu "THi'nirrfitir inr-- u no vi jptifw or httmnng i?i thn fintrnrt. ?h'n U'trtiirn iitm vary thl" May the latest style furniture constantly 8-- 1 v. stock Ci "put lJ'1.l'Vlin" Hiinnrtii'iniM iirmi tr in r .MMiicvr.Cn, Mnrraio N.V lot u h vn i n " hm; , Saved His Life. Mr. D.I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave. Ky., says he was, for many years-badl- y utllicted with Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains werealmostunen, durable and would sometimes almost throw him into convulsions. He tried Electric Bitters and got relief from first bottle and after takingsix bottles, was entirely cured and had gained in flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died, had it not been for the relief ad'orded bv Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents 0 a bottle by Jos LeCompte. . m Centaur inimen er s busi-ne's- s, '"" " n ?Vi"'svyi3. 'iftX.'fl rav. -- 4t Sel-bert'- s, Keep your house warm by buying weather strips from Gray k Church, hardware merchants, on Main street. gfs7r5pv?n .is OF- - jusm Tho most wonderful Pain-CurA nice Christmas gift for your boy, tho world has ever a pair of skates, from Gray & Church, known. Your money will hardware house, on Main street. bo returned if not found as represented. -- immwms mm mwm WmM! COMPLETE LINE An Efficient Remedy nil cases In As such it is recognized nnd prescribed by tho medical profession, and in many thousands of families, for the past forty years, It lias been regarded as an PKcroiiAT.. Invaluable nary Affections b Ayku's Chekry of Bronchial and Pulmo- Children Cry for Pitchers Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and all Kinds of Castoria. Shirts Made to Order Commissioner's Sale. Woowfobi) CtncurrCocuT. White, Green & Huffuker, Plaintiffs. 0. Ciihsell. Defendant. d,,t! . L. F. Compton, I'latntlff. c"" vs. J. C. Cassell, Defendant. NOTICE OF SALE. VIHTUK OF A JUDGMENT AND ORDER BYof bide of tne Circuit Court, rendered at tho October Term thereof, ISSG, In the above cause, the umlerslcued will, on Thursday, tho lull day of December, Hsi, between 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., pioceed to otTer for sale, at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on a credit of six mouths, at tho Mill lately owned by R. F. Johnson, at Mlllvtlle, Woodford county, Ky.. the property All of mentioned In said luUment, tho rollera and machinery furnished by the Still-we- ll & ulerce Manufacturing Company and placed In the mill of It. F. Johnson, now deceased, Ky., (which are fully set out In the paper filed by said Company, as claim No 1. before the MasterComnilsloner.and leturned with his report Wed In said causes October 7 IS.). Said rollers and machinery cost about $2,000.00 and hae never been used. The purchaser will bo with good and appro ed surety for the pajment of from the tho purchase money, bearing Interest per cent, day of sale until paid, at the rate of six n, - i preparation that only requires to bo taken In very small quantities, and n taw doses of it administered in tho early stages of a cold or cough will effect a speedy cure, nnd may, very possibly, savo life. Thero is no doubt whatever that household remedy. It is u A T T ENJ ION!! CHEAP FLOUR. J. COMPTON & MACKLIN, E. Power has Acme, Eureka, New York Club, Sherley und Barney & Berry skates. Prices from 50 cents per pair up. Ice six inches thick has been gathered from Benson this week, and the river was frozen over Sunday night. A present of u silver thimble given with every cash sale from $1.00 and W. B. Geouoe's, upwurd, at Dec. ft ll-3- t. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Market street, aro selling ull grades of When Baby sick, we her Cutorla, When ho wm Child, the cried for Cutorlft, When nho became Mlts, she clang to Cattorte, When the hd Children, the kto them Cuter!, ni rt Has preserved the lives of rent numbers of persons, by arresting tho lovelopmentof and Pulmonary Consumption, und by tho euro of those dangerous maladies. Alt should bo kept ready for use In every family where thero arc children, as it is a meuieine far superior to an others m tno treatment of Croup, tho alleviation of WhoopingCough, and thocurcof Colds and Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood and youth. Promptitude in dealing with ull diseases of this class Is of tho utmost importance. Tho loss of a single day may, In many cases, entail fatal consequences. Do not waste precious time in experimenting with medicines of doubtful cfticacy, whilo the malady is constantly gaining a deeper bold, but tuko at once tho speediest und most certain to euro, Flour, Meal, &c, Laryngitis, Bronchitis. Pneumonia, AT THE KMI.LOWINU IIMUIAM) OK 1'KICKs: t: digestion, sick headache us tuoustuids testify, Sanger A neglected cold or cougn may lead to rneiimonla.consiuiiptlon or other fatal - ase. Stronrr'a Feotoral Pllln v'll euro r colli hh ItyiiiiiKlc. Ilci Hung tor dyapepsi.i.lu I cli- Mlll-vlll- e, James B. Hawkins, Esq., has re- turned from his hunt down in kansas. He was only tolerably See the ten cent counter at cel Bros, Arsuc,-cessf- you want u good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lurd go to Mack Salyer's storo, No 228 Main street, opposite Dr. Duvull's residence. fH-t- f. ..-- -. If .,..,, Nov. L. F. C," best patent, $2.60. "BEAU-TY,- " second Fancy patent, 2.40. XXNX, S2.00 XX, Stiaight, $2.10. Sl.60. Graham Flour, $2.50. IJuckwhe.u Flour, $3.00. Meal, 15 cents per peck. Hay, 80 cents per bale. Corn, 50 cents per bushel. Oas, 40 cents per bushel. Mill-fee- d at rock bottom prices. Remember the place. COMPTON & MACKLIN. Dec. 4, lS&O-t- Welt-2- t French prunes, fresh figs, London layer raisins, California peaches, all kinds of nuts, Atmoro's mince meat, &c., Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Pr, J, FREFARKD Y at J Heeney's. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. per annum, pajnble to undersigned as Master Commissioner and having tho force and effect of Judgments as provided by law. W.S. UARlio Vlt, O. Master Commissioner of V.C. N. H. Persons desiring to purchase cm ascertain tho character of the mill property to be sold by calling ou Johu L, Scott, Attorney. Frankfort, K.y. I. CAPITAL tf 0. 0. F LODGE. NO. 0, MEETS EVERY MON Visiting brothers cordially Invited. LEK A. OWEN, N. G. J' R. Williams, Sec. April 17-- . jMi? v3ew&irf& YWi fiV- f tu &ih' ir fcJ.. aatj - . tnnatait.aJvpa ijto- - ttiifiiiiirti' -- " -- - --- I WmKr WHO SHALL REPRESENT US? VFSKPfSn QSESHMV 1 to anxmnaammmanmBWNamKmsM The most important question now before the people of Frankfort and Franklin county is "Who shall represent us in the next General Assembly ?" To this we cannot reply ; but to another, almost as important, we will reply by inviting you to call and examine our stock of GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS, consisting of STANDARD, Miscellaneous, and Illustrated BOOKS! Photograph and Autograph Albums, Backgammon Boards, of every description, and over 1000 beautiful signs of Xmas and New Year Cards. Our goods are now open for inspection, and we cordially invite all to call early Our stock of Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c, is full and examine them, whether you wish to purchase or not. ever, and will be sold at living prices. Call and be convinced. Respectfully, and complete as s in plain ana unest Dincmg. Bibles, Prayer and Hymnals, New Juvenile Toy Books, Scrap Books, Games, Writing: Desks, dePapetc-rem MEAGHER BROS. tyX'.iTAjaujctja6j:L - jiiiifctaj.;.Tii(iije,utMLii. - uiJc B9KHttBGE9 RRAiNKFORT ROUNDABOUT. !" ' I correspondent niMsiUiT. last week in saying wii" ncl Mi thsit Mr. Albert Jolnwon Eva Chambers were married in fndiana. They eloped thl-- county with tint intention, from but on arriving in Louisville the young lady va met at the depot by an aunt, who took her home with her Our IMootnhiHton IwirO TINB DEALERS IN Jno. T. Buckl e3r -- IS- STILL AHEAD -- Fanning Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, etc., &c, PvO, WITH THE- - S32 A-IVT- STREET, Largest Stock Kvei brought to this city in AND and prevented the wedding. wmtm ' my anus and legs tion a)peared which pained me very much and seemed to aiibet my physical condition generally. Under treatment of a physician the sore disappeared on my left I o jr. There s of the to concentrate, and limb from the knee to the ankle soon became a "olid running sole that bloody matter continually. T wan treated by many physician- - at varioiw time, but obtained no permanent relief. On the advice of a physician at this place, I finally commenced uing Swift's Specific. I am glad to -- ay that after using three large bottle- - the sores have all healed except one and that w where the stirrup leather ruin when I am riding, and will soon be gone. G. N. Fiuz?a:mj. Farmville, Te.vn- -, Sept. IS, ISStJ. Treiti-eo- n Blood and Skin on e.v-vept it-eo- SJlceratotl About August K, ILejr. 1SS."), an erup- Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Every Pieco Warranted for One Year. THE BEST WAGON IN THE WORLD! Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. two-third- din-charg- ed everyone who has bought them. Over Fifty sold this Season. Prices to suit the times. Come and see them at. MASTIN BHOS. So says The LARGEST STCCZ: or STOVES, GRATES, & piIE PUBLIC IS lIKRKBi NOTIHED THAT I 1 )i,ie nought from Mrs. Addle (Sarrett. adminliltesides, deceased, his entire istratrix of :. Interest In the NOTIGE! hae sold one-ha- lf WM. CROMWELL Attorney-af-LaAND w Brass Goods, Coal Hods rij zwmtwr ! Yases, And nt prices that cannot be duplicated, ever seen jn one House in Frankfort before. Don't for- get the place. Furniture and Undertaking BUSIEST JECSS And And style of Arm Di-eas-- cs will also give HpeUal attention to the ptuchase and sale of ie.il tstute, cultcction of rents, claims, Interest In my business to and the negotiation of loans. Ollice opposite Collrt-houe. Y17ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTri OF V iranlUIn and tho adjoining counties, and Heal Juneioly. ISst&l; Agent, JNO. T. BUCKLEY, St Clair Street mailed free. : Tin-.1, Atlanta, On. In-titu- te, Swift Specific 1"7 Four boy-- , inmates of the t Co., Drawer W. 23d St . X.Y Feeble- W. S. DEHONEY. DRrj. S. COLLINS, hereafter the the mil be STATEN b-- tf CAPITAL .ART GALLERY named Win. Rodminded dy, Dan W. Malone, Walter I. liet-ti- e and Henry Hill, escaped from that institution lat week, wore captured and taken in care of in Versailles, and returned to the Institute. Yi & DEHONEY MILL. And the business will be continued at the old stand of Whiteside-- . fc ttuten, No. U18 fat. Clair street. Mu) J AS. T. DEjSTTIST, MAIN STRL'KT, OPP. RODMAN A Teeth extracted without pain bj the use of Mtrouse Oxide (or laughing) gas. H. a. MATTERN, Prop'r, KENTUCKY. Main Street, Over Griilclicr & Slarks9 White Hall Clothing House. OFFICK, utur.SO i E VrTPLAlVINtt tf FRANKFORT pure llavinprcccntlj nddrd to bis Establishment ty, sold last week twenty-fiv- e First-CIn- ss bred Berkshire hog- -, sixteen months rjiminp Mill, averaged three hundred old, which Ie now prepared to furnish all kinds of and ninety and three fifth pounds each. They bad been fed on corn only since September. Illllery Bedford, "f this coun- J. M. WAKEFIELD DR. . I. KELLEY, OHIO, 1 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 Oct. 25 tf. at home. OF CINCINNATI, WILL Bi: AT THE MWMdig CAPITAL ALSO (Jotten out In the best st)lc. . HOTEL Capita! City III acosoe works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, Mimufnctmor nnd Dealer hi L,ot:Is v!Hc Tobacco IN FRANKFORT. KY.. IWTarlcet. K. JUIlNJfillUI) QLOVKIt tc OUmiETT, I'BO- WABI2- PlUETOUfJ LOUIHVliT.ETOIiACCO JlOUbU. BY Scroll Work, Stair Work & MnylC-tf- SATURDAY. DEO. 18. 1886. Turning SATURDAY, JAN'Y 16, 1887. SATURDAY, PEB'Y 12, 1887. or BLUKDING PILES cured b) the llrlukerholl hjbtem without usimj Tirt or LUiA'xuuK and without any pain. Ki.'iiE All cases of HL1ND STEAI ENGINES ft BOILERS, Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. 9,-- H Sales on our market for tho wed; just closed amount to l,(i()i hhds. with receipts of 920 hluh. SalcH on ouv market ainco .January lbt amount 1o 121.1 OS hhds. Snlerf of tho new crop to date amount to 1,041 hhda. of which (!!!) v(uo burloy and .'1U5 of tho dark type. Tho new erop continues to come in blowly and whilo it is Helling low theiowns a wlight improvement in tho higher grades. S.70, Wo -- old a line burloy hut week at which is tho highest prieo yet obtained for a now hurley. Tho following quotations fairly repro- wont the market for tho crop or lor $2.50 to $3.r.O DarkTranh .'LfiO to 4.50 Colory Trmh Common Lugs, not colory. .'5.00 to 4.00 4.00 to 0.00 Colory Lngi. Common Leaf, not colory. 4.00 to 0,50 .r0 to 8.00 Good Leaf 8.00 to 12.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco. 12.00 to ir.oo EAMEiSOIEJlIOT, KENTUCKY'S HOUTE EAST roit & NEW YORK. FISTULA. .iCured without tho knile or ligature. Kllin. -- FISSURES Cured without cutting or tearing. RECTAL ULCER DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED., Blacksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. PHILADELPHIA TI1E OJfl.Y LINE Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars -- tOll- UD RECTAL C1TIIII. Agent for A. SOLID TRAI1T rnoji -- DIeabe(l conditions that produce consumption und most of the chronic diseases, rBoxuLjiEiEe j&JTJLiJ&S UTERUS, Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased bowel, also treated. Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lewis St., Nenr tho River, Frankfort, E2TSEND FOR PRICE LIST. "s7"oe:s, A lESZfcTOrlClSrZE ana J2TTD s Ky. Louisville, Ciiiciimsifi k Lexington ro- PRURITUS, Itching Piles, oulyns)inptoiuof the dlseae that exists JAS. A, VI0LETT, FOR SALE OR RENT. tf WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In wiuio depot with fast trains for THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Miracitlozcs Escapes. ff EV If General Insurance Agent, W. "NV. Keed, druggist, of Winches- LYNCHUUMJ, VV. I. KELLEY, M. 1)., Au'. 4,Ono of my customter, Intl., writes: DANVILLE, Office on Main St., Opposite Fanners' Hunk. ers, Mr.s. Louifeti Pike, JJartonia, Ran376 West Seventh St , Cincinnati, 0, REPRESENTING NORFOLK, Co., Intl., was u long sufferer dolph Coal ear consultation free, -- a with Consumption, and was given AND ALL POINTS IN Leading American and Foreign Compaq 15 Dec. up to die by her physicians. She WITH OVKK Discovery VIRGINIA KINDS SCREENED hoard of Dr. King's New ALL family use. DOUBLE Delivery, Full $100,000,000.00 ASSETS. Consumption, and began buying Prompt for Weight, Bottom Prices. it of mo. In six months' time she For tickets and further Information npply to WRITTEN ON FARM TERM POLICIES riitcn. Agent Anchor Line of at lune.st walked to this city, u distance of six your nearest Telephone connection No. 3G. Stennmhlp. Prepaid Ticket void (rum uny ioIt Are iiirfectly Kfo and nlwayN Kircclimt. miles, and is now so much improved W. W. MONROE, Apr.W-trttruliulv hy 10.000 Ainerlinn la (ireat RrltWdn or Ireland. UBeu M ttr .... kIkj has quit using it. Sho fools she J..mmaaH .nnirlr tu all Div. Pnss'r Agent, Lexington, Ky. or'inhreninrtel. Dun t uile CEO. B. MACIILI1T, Trial olkorn.on owes her life to it." Free Job Work neatly exenorUile by nil J)riimlH. x morifv iiorniu. Iry H. W. FULLER, tint, lhold4 cents lor particulars Mottles at Jos. LeCompto's Drug W. C. WIOKHAM, . FRANKFORT.KY. 6 2d Vice President. Gen. Push. Agt. nmlleiltn nny Dec.8-f- . Store. 14-t- f. Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is In thn SMALL FARM OF 7(1 ACRES. LYINO ON THE Onenton iilkepne mile and a iiu.uter (rum lower bowel. REFERENCES. tills ell, Miltuble (or a dairy f.irm. Ajiply to V. T. (.AINKS. Oct. W. J. HUfiHES.rrankloit. RICHARD FEROl'KON. Frankfort. J. M. WIT! 1WOW, Frankfort. IN ALL THE COURTS IN Pamphlets describing thebe diseases seat freo to WILL PRACTICE und adjacent touMtleu. OF ICE Up un one by addressing Btulia, oer JuUe 1'. U. ilujui'b ulUce. Attorney at Law, FRANKFORT, KY., F. C. HTXCHES, Choic Cheap. ill MI HI. 2G-l- tlckct-onlt- ANSY PIL y u , y. udiln-hH- WILCOX. tuEt-iri- ( CO., rhllud.. &a. cuted at this onice. ftwsTSTtf tu frith r. a pgfcChmiipwm whwimi "v 6 tftt rnrrnasr liMWnMMiMM BMMkfltfSlBlAttxfttsfsWffVR pjcrJlfcSfitldfrriS! I The Books of the Bible. M. It. TN MINNKIIOTA MISSIONAUY. creative hand In ExodtH tlio Hebrews marched lo gnin tho Promised Land LoviticiiH contnina U10 law, holy, nnd just and good. Numbers records tho tribt-- enrolled nil sons of Abraham's blood. Moses, in Deuteronomy, records God's mighty deeds. Uravo Joshua into Cnnann's land tho host of Israel loads. Xn Judges their rebellion oft provokes tho Lord to smite, But Ruth records tho faith of one well pleasing in his sight. In First and Second Samuel of Jesse's son wo read, Ton Tribes in First, and Second Kings revolted from his seed. Tho First and Second Chronicles, seo Judah captive mado ; But Ezra leads a remnant back by princoly Cyrus' aid. The city walls of Zion Nehemiah builds again, While Esther saves her peoplo from tho plots of wicked men. In Job wo read how faith will live beneath affliction's rod, And David's Psalms are precious songs to every child of God. The Proverbs like a goodly string of choicest pearls appear. Ecclesinstes touches man how vain are all things here. The mystic Song of Solomon exalts sweet Sharon's Hose. Whilst Christ tho Saviour and tho King the " rapt Isaiah" shows, Tho warning Joremiah Apostate Israel scorns ; His plaintive Lamentations their awful downfall mourns. Ezekiel tells in wondrous words of dazzling mysteries, While kings and Empires yet to come, Daniel in vision sees. Of judgment and of morcy, Hosea loves to tell; Joel described the blessed days when God witli man flhall dwell. Among Tekoa's herdsmen Amos received his call, While Obadioh prophesies of Edom's final fall. Jonah enshrines a wondrous typo of Christ our rison Lord, Micah pronounces Judah lost lost, but again restored. Nahum declares on Ninoveh just judgment shall be poured, A view of Chaldea's coming doom Habak- kuk's visions give. Noxt Zophaniah warns tho Jews to turn, repent nnd live. Haggai wrote to those who saw tho templo built again, And Zachariah prophesied of Christ's tri; 5 s In Qcnesin Iho world was mado by GcuVb purchased a new and powerful engine to run his new corn mill in this place, and will soon have it in operation, and then we will have the best meal in the State. The handsome residence on Grand-viestreet will l! occupied as soon as the plastering is thoroughly di.ne. Mr. John V. Gilpin nnd family are on a protracted visit to Mrs. Gilpin's mother, near Sudduth'.s Springs Col. Davy Todd, of Shelby county, has been spending a week or so visiting his mother's family at Lake Park. The event of tho week was the cotillion party given by Mr. Win: II. Lewis to Ins young friends last night. The beauty, chivalry and elegance of our town was fully represented. The dancing was kept up until a late hour, and all went meiry as a marriage bell. Next. The Sunday school, which has been carried on here for years, has at last died a natural death. It was not fostered by the "gilt edged," and consequently it was compelled to succumb to the inevitable. It is melancholy to contemplate the going down of an enterprise of this kind in the midst of so much intelligence and piety as seems to lie in Iiellepoint liutsuch is the fact. It may be that the good Christians have become surfeited on good tilings since the advent of Bro. Barnes. Alas and Mr. J. L. C'heaney lias BLUESKIE9. """''Tl STRANGE FREAKS OF ELECTRICITY. HOMELESS RICH OF THE HUB. A Clni4 for 'Which tlio Social Scientists Should T11 It , Tlioii!it Alt Kxuiiiplc w Bad twilight trnllo her heavy clouds Into tho lii'nt. Ono sullen zono If mist, 111 ncaror circling shroi Is Cweeps out tr.n hills our love h ts known. Cold blasts go Lobbing over he id, When hark! tho west wind's herald cries, And by his sweet persuasion led Behold ono far fnint sparkle sjxjd Thro' rift.tl mists. I keep glad oyos, Dream happy things. Above aro spread Blue skies. Life, eager heart of mine, is storm. Thou eunst not part tho lowering years. Closer and deeper phantom? form, Thy near horizon veils in tears. Tho woi Id drifts from thy yenrnlng sight, But horkl what free wind hither flies, Singing of sirangc, umeen dcllghtl flight A star shines In tho death-wreck- 's Dream though of morn and Paradlso; Over thy gravo shall watch Bluo skies. Ellen H. Butler. 1 A CHEMICAL DEBASEMENT. Swiss Uonoy Always To He Found on the) alack! O. umphant reign. Malachi was the last who touched the high Its final notes sublimely show tho coming prophetic chord ; the Holy Gospel wrote, Describing how tho Saviour died his life and all ho taught. Tho Acts show God's Apostlos owned with signs in every place. St. Paul in Romans, teaches us how man is saved by grace. Tho Apostle, in Corinthians, instructs, exhorts, reproves, Galatians shows that faith in Christ alone the Father loves. Ephesians and Phillipinns tell what Christians ought to be. C'olossians bids us livo to God and for Saints Matthew. Mark and Luke and John, of tho Lord. In Thessalonians Bishop's-rulis given. Philemon marks a Christian's love, which only Christians know. Hebrews reveals the Gospel prefigured by tho Law. James teaches without holiness faith is but vain nnd dead ; St. Peter points tho narrow way in which tho Saints are led. John in his three Epistles op love delights to dwell. St. Judo gives awful warning of judgment, wrath nnd hell. The Revelation prophesies of that tro mendous day, When Christ nnd Christ nlono shall bo tho trembling sinner's stay. e In Timothy and Titus a we are taught tho Lord will come from Heaven. eternity. Iu making up my ' Early Recollections " find in my haste to have thorn published I in time for tho turning over tho pnpors of our Centonnial to tho city, I omitted many nnmes of persons that I now wish to supply if you will bo kind enough to give them a placo in your paper. Ladies-M- rs. Isabella Whitehead, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Henry Murray, nee Miss Mrs. Henry Murray, nee Miss Margaret Whitehead, Mrs. Jacob Smith. Mrs. Richard Long, Mrs. Samuel Miles, Mrs. Richard Sebree, Mrs. Henry Banks. Mrs. James Downing, Mrs. Laz. Lindsay. Mrs. Judgo John Bacon, Mrs. Jnmes Williams, Sr., Mrs Harry Hnrdie, Mrs. James Withrow, Mrs. Win. Mnthows, Mrs. Benjamin Luckett, Mrs. Fenwick, Sr., Miss Kitty Monroe, Mrs. Judgo Thos. Monroe. Sr., Mrs. Peter Marsh, Mrs. Wm. Greenup. Mrs. Caroline Hardin, Mrs. Almira Gnylo, Mrs. Harriet Vest, Mrs. Wm. Todd, Mrs. Margaret Quinn, Mrs. Willinm Bacon, Mrs. Spill. Colomnn, Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mrs. Owen Tapp, Mrs. Joseph Rosson, Mrs. Hi. Berry, Mrs. James Kendall, nee Walker, Mrs. C. N. Johnson, Mrs. Frank Mofllt, Mrs. Geo. Triplott, Mrs. Goo. Cunningham, Mrs. B. B. Sayro. nee Ruth Theobald, Mrs. Jacob Cox, Miss Nellie Fenwick, Miss Ellen Harvie, Mrs. Breathitt, Mrs. Low s Crutcher. Gentlemen Georgo Cunningham, Samuel Phillins, Elijah Brauham, Dr. Blackburn, Cnpt. Wm. Blackburn, Wm. Lindsny John Fmithor, Frank Joice, Reuben Hol-toRev. Stephen Scenrce, Atwell Jnmes Davidson, Jr., John Rupo, Jack Page, James Haly John McQuiddy, Henry Banks, James Jackson, Winston Vaughan, Walker Vaughn, Asa Carl, Andrew Johnson, Dnvid Mitchell, Wesley Thomas, Frauk Qnilin, Robt. Hardwick. Thomus Steele, Sr., B. B. Sayre, Hnrrod Holemnn, Joseph. Rosson, Sr., Joseph French. Griff Kennedy, Rev. Eli Smith, Sr., Cnpt. Wm. Church, Charles Reynolds, Jr., Thos. Hall, Sr., Richard Crutcher. Lewis Crutcher, Elisha Hawkins, and Pack Mc-Ewn- n, Editor Roundabout: Crum-baug- h, article they ever get abroad without paying for it, is Swiss lioney. At nearly every inn in the little republic honey is always on the breakfast table, and you may eat as much as you like without cost. Generally strained, it is frequently called virgin honey, which it is not. Most of our countrymen have always been taught to believe that it is pure, tho much boasted but rarely discovered honesty of the Swiss being regarded as a guarantee of its purity. It is now declared, and is doubtless true, that Swiss honey is almost invariably made of glycerine and paar juice-- not so bad as aro many adulterations. As this has been one of the things in which we have had complete faith, the discovery will have a tendency to shatter the little confidence we have left. Swis3 honey, however, is not injurious, for which, perhaps, we Bhould be thankful. It is not like the famous honey of Trebizond, which is positively poisonous, causing severe headaches and nausea. Xenophon. in his "Anabasis," describes it ns producing the effect of temporary madness on the whole army. Recent travelers in that valley have observed the same consequences, and ascribe it to the rhododendron, of which the bees there are very fond. Swiss honey is a chemical debasement what next? New York Commercial Advertiser. The Dark Continent Again. for us Americans who stay at home and lead rather humdrum lives to realize the mighty changes which are taking place in other lands. Here in Africa, for instance, which is being attacked by civilizing influences from every quarter. Tiie English are hard at work in northeastern and southern Africa, the French in north Africa, while the Germans and Portuguese are penetrating that continent from tho east and west coasts. The Portuguese gov- Breakfast Tuble. One thing that traveled Americans aro likely to remember, because it is the sole It is difficult n, Ren-nic- k, May-hal- l. Colored Old Faithful Servants Phillip Roper, Langston Patterson, Frank Buckner, John Ward, Applo Jack, Stratford Goins, Thomas Bacon, Thomas Broadhead, Geo. Upslmw, Dick Holmes, Jim Black, Robt. Dudley, Josh Vinegur, John Bimoy. Hnrry Mordicn, Sr., Aunt Hannah Dudley, Rilla Dudley, Isabella Dudley, Caroline Dudley, Laura Dudley, Hannah Stout, Hannah Trigg, Laura Greonup, Touch Fire Edy Smith, Mrs. Berry Jones, Winnie Lewis. Noll,-Johnso- J. E. M the best flour in America, $2 GO per 100 pounds. Ciwh. lt $2.10 Arctic is ti good patent flour; only per 100 pounds. Cash. 2t m HIl ml BkJ HBJJ am County Court meets Monday. Bellepoiut. - able entertainment. Mr. Ed. M. Ilansbrough has removed from "Pink Cottage," on Polsurove street, to the house of Mrs. McGrath on Clinton street, Frankfort. Drs. liobinson and Sullivan contemplate opening a first class drug store in our town, provided a suitable room can bu obtained. This would be a big tiling for Iiellepoint. There are several nice dwelling houses for rent in our town at this time. Mr Jas S. Chcaney lias removed ids family from the Brown cottage, on Henson street, to the house of Mi's. Sue M. Quire, on Wilson street. The social given by Misses Alice and Lulie Merchant at their father's residence, Mr. C. C. Merchant, on Tuesday evening, was a most enjoy- One Hundred lUJ H Thonwnd applications lor patent in coun. the United filitea and Foreign entitle of tho bo trie, tne as solicitors American continue to act copy-ltT- i. for patent, caveats, t.i fnrlha United States, and to obtain patents in Canada. England. France, Germany, and all other countries. Their eiperi. nee U unoqaaled and their facilities are unsur- Drawings and specifications prepared and filed in the Patent Office on ahort notice, 'lorms ry reasonable. No charge for examination of modela or arawings Advice ny myiiireo. trado-mnrks. ir SLBlWiBBBa After Forty ! ths nSSAmviKlam experience in win reparation M ernment is building a railroad from on the west coast, to Ambaca, 223 miles inland. Another road is soon to be constructed to Congo land. In the meanwhile white travelers, principally Germans, are making themselves at home in all parts of the interior. They are welcomed everywhere, and oddly enongh their chief embarrassment is the desire of tho African princesses to marry them. One Serpa Pinto had to fly in the night from an Ambuella princess who offered him the alternative of marriage or death. Herr Buchner had the utmost difficulty in declining a marital alliance with a sister of Muata Yano, who offered broad acres and herds of cattle if he would only be her spouse. Herr Hopf-ne- r has been adopted into an African tribe as tho king's son. John Dunne, a Scotchman, is the most important chief of tho thirteen in Zululand, and there are scores of other white men who are becoming all powerful in the interior of Africa. The next century will see a great change in the status of the Dark Continent. Demorest's Monthly. Lo-and- a, Singular Phonoinnim of tho New Zealand Kruptloim A I'lirzllnp; Allulr. Among the many extraordinary natural phenomena attending tho recent eruption of Mount Tarawera, ono whicli appears to mo not the least singttlnr has been passed over in comparative silence and without exciting comment so far as I am aware, among the scientific or unscientific public. During tho Inst wcok those attending Mr. Burton's interesting lectures have heard there related ono of the strange and, so far, inexplicable circumstances witnessed by Mr. McRea and others of that devoted little band to whom it must have seemed that hull itself had opened to destroy them. I allude to tho fact of their being unable to make water boil on that terrible night, when earth itself appeared to be in a state of ebullition. I give here the narrative from Mr. McRae's own lips, and I feel conildent thut few who have read of the magnificent courage and presence of mind displayed by him among those fearsome surroundings, and none who havo heard the plain, unvarnished tale modestly related by himself, will ascribe the circumstances as due to the working of an overheated and excited imagination. Mr. McRae says: "I mado Georgo Baker, the cook, put some water on the fire to make cocoa for the women, who were cold and shivering, poor souls, though holding up grandly. About three quarters of an hour afterward he met me in the passage and said to me: Come here, sir.' 'What is it?' said I. 'I can't get the water to boil.' he said. 'Tut,' said I; 'poke up the fire.' It's a good fire,' he replied, and so it was, a glowing fire of blazing rata logs a splendid lite. 'Put your hand in there and feel it,' said he, taking the lid off the boiler. I did so very gingerly I can assuro you, and found the water as cold as when we put it on. There were so many extraordinary things happening around mo that this particular one did not excite my wonder very much. I thought it wa9 owing to the electricity in the air. George Baker can vouch, as well as myself, for the fact of the water having been on the fire for full of an hour, and at the end of that time being as cold as when put on. We spoke of the circumstance to tho others at the time as being curious, but soon had matters more serious to distract our attention." Now, surely, here is a natural phenomenon worthy the investigation of all our scientific men, not only in New Zealand, but throughout the civilized world. We, of course, all know that the greater the atmospheric pressure the greater the number of units of heat required to make the water boil, but some other deterrent cause must have been at work in this instance, as, after having been placed for of an hour on a good lire, the water remained absolutely cold. What other cause was there? is the problem I suggest to our scientific men as one well worthy of their research. Cor. New Zealand Herald. three-quarter- s three-quarters : Some Startling; Figures. fhnn 01 K managed, and thoroughly reliable." It is said that in public institutions the net value. Jennie June. profit of using soft water instead of hard A Fort Worth, Tex., concern has be- exceeds 20 per cent, per annum on the gun shipping 200 frozen beef carcasses a price of tho apparatus. As for the comfort and convenience of soft water as day to England. compared with hard everybody knows An application has been made for a it. Chicago Nows. patent for manufacturing cattle food Ibe ball and bat are put away. C08 MAIN from wood. Ceased is the loug, lonu strife, THE BRICK COTTAtiK. NO reasonable SREET, conven 1 talnliiK four roouiB, ami all And now the umpire may obtain A pair of crazy shoes has been made A Sign of Prosperity. iences, this property is now occupied oy airs, mho Insurance on his life. Mahoney, anil iiunsckhIou cannot beghen untlltlie it Boston, Mass. Tlio shoes contain 853 A Now York paper declares that the lOtli or next April. pieces of leather, and the tops alone concountry must bo more prosperous this For terms ot sale apply to When suddenly the sharp feature ot tain 100 small shaped pieces. Chicago year than it was last year, because more L. li. or HEN. 1UUSIULL. Dominie Foibes were protruded over th U. rimes. people are getting married. nowspapor of its kind. published in the world. The advantages of suoa s notice overy patents understands. This largo and splendidly Illustrated newspaper is published WEKKJVK at $3.00 a year, and is to sclenoe. admitted to bo the best paper devoted works, and mechanics. Inventions, engineering other departmenta of Industrial progress, published In any country. .It contains tho names of II patentees and title of every invention patented each woelc. Try it four months for one dollar. Bold by all newsdealers. If you have an invention to patent write to Jlunn t Co., publishers of Solentlflc Amsrtoan, jei Droadway, New York. Handbook about patent mailed free. What startling results one finds in our railway statistics! We have 340,000 miles of track enough to girdle the earth a dozen times, with several More thousand miles left for than half of these lines were laid down at a cost of $0,000.000,000 enough to pay the public debt four times over. There are 50,000 engines, 50,000 passenger coaches, nnd 1,000,000 freight cars, and over 4,000 patents have been taken out for inventions in railway machinery anil appliances. Every year 300,000,000 tons of freight aro carried. For moving this freight the companies receive an average of 1.29 cents per ton per mile, and for each passenger carried they get 2.51 cents per mile. It requires 500,000 employes to run all these roads. And years ago the yet it was only fifty-si- x 28th of this month that Peter Cooper ran the first steam-ca- r from Baltimore to Mills at the unparalleled speed of a mile in overy four and a third minutes! Baltimore American. side-track- s. , I nuity The Books Ilalanced Perfectly. Tiie cashier of a business place had occasion to leave his desk one day, and he The Love of Country. called the eon of the proprietor, who Such is love of country. Beautiful, was at work in another department, to heaven-sen- t spirit! which take his placo for an hour or two, and of cowards und saints of makes heroes debauchees; him about how to make en- whicli sustains men in dungeons instructed and tries in the cash book, in case any money carries women through trials worse came in, the receipts on ono side and the than childbirth; whicli is at once naturo disbursements on the other. Tho boy's in art and art in nature, all things that father came in and wanted 2, which the are tendpr in one strong only ssn gave him, and when the cashier those who have lost theircasement, know country came back he found an entry in the cash how to value no contiit, and there book. On one side was this: "Took in nental nationality which hasis not at some two dollars from a granger with his time subjection is. The pants tucked in his boots." Tho cashier other known what bund played "God evening the looked at the scrawl in the book and Save the Queen," and all the English then at the cash drawer, and saidL' rose to their feet, and stood till the final "Well, where's the two dollar.-.?The strains of the noble old anthem died boy thought a minute, took a pencil and away upon tho moonlit air. To bo in a wrote on the other side of the book: "Pa foreign land and to have a body of forcollected the two dollars." The cashier eign musicians break upon you with sighed and the boy said: "Well, it your own national song even the g balances, doesn't it? What more do you Britoi.s, for all their stolidity, want?" Peck's Sun. are not proof against it; and, blast 'em ! I felt like getting up and standing, too ! The Newspaper's Worst Side. Henry Watterson in Louisville Courier The worst sido of the newspaper tho Journal. worst side of personal journalism is this that it gives us the exceptional side, Softening "Hard" Wutor. makes it seem the real and personal side. Based upon the fact that a small Crime are made interesting, criminals quantity of lime water added to hard heroes, and their doings chronicled as if water softens it by precipitating the they were kings and queens. It is tho chalk, a process has been in use at ambition of many persons to see them- for the last four years selves in print; and if a girl will get which, at the cost of less than a halfmarried to see her name in the newspa- penny per 1,000 gallons, uniformly reper, as one admitted she had done, why duces the hardness of the Henley water it is not beyond the bounds of possibil- from 18 to 5 degrees. The Daily Nows man would commit murder in (London) describes ity that a a recent inspection order to be the reigning newspaper sen- of the process, the apparatus for sation, and that ho would exercise inge- is pronounced "most useful, which easily possible.know-bi- g to make " scenic vagabondism and nomadic vagrancy, are a class for which the social scientists should take thought. I have in mind ono family which is a good example of tho type. Tho husband and father is tho owner of an immense manufactory here, and his wealth is great. There is the mother and a young lady daughter whoso lives offer them the perfect freedom that wealth and leisure They insures. could live abroad or at home, the father being a man of liberal tustns and freedom from business routine. They could own a house in this city fitted up to their liking. They could have a summer vilU at the Bea, or pa.--s the summer abroad, or travel anywhere througii their own country. Instead, they live the nomadic life that involves constant interruption and tho hardships and discomforts of moving the machinery and impediments of life from pillar to post. Tney passed a winter at a city hotel, tho entire furnishings of a beautiful home they had onco owned being stored for an indefinite time in a Boston warehouse. Suddenly, before it was time to leave town for the summer, circumstances forced them to change their hotel. They tried another for a short time the time being too brief to make it worth while to fairly settle in their rooms and then they started on a series of summer migrations in some of the inland resorts. In midsummer they returned to Boston and stayed a few days at a down-towhotel, in the mid-i- of a noise and traffic that was unceasing night and day, while they could prospect lor a seaside hotel, to which they went, to find small rooms, poor service, a d the usual inconveniences of living in trunks. In a few days more this hotel closes. I met the daughter of the house yesterday, who regaled me with a touching account of their summer migrations und hardships, and of the anxieties that beset them in finding apartments in town for the winter. The entire family appear now to be engaged in this search. They have an anxious and fatigued air: they have no time to read the new books, to enjoy the glorious respleudance of these early autumn days, the society of friends, or the amusing panorama of city life as the season begins. Their lives are all a continual sacrifice to tilings, and I remember Emerson's lines: "Things aro in the saddle, And rule mankind." Now is not the life of the homeless rich, when continually rendered as a burnt offering and a sacrifice to things, a far more hopeless case than the life of the homeless poor! Lilian Whiting in Inter Ocean. n t From Bir Harbor to Newport tho sum mer hotels hid closing, and the homo-les- s rich agii'n. like poor Jo in "Bleak Iioitsv," are compellrd to "movo on." It is the liiniK'k'rtS rich who excite one's social sympathies. Tlio homeless poor have a certain predetermined polarity of life which may have its hardships, but has also its deflniteness of purpose. But tho peoplo who, by means of abundant wealth, are freed from this centripetal force, and whose life becomes a kind of I j . beef-eatin- es it brutal as that this increases his sonsatiouol t's I w , 1 VI fence. nS, ittltuti' ' ' ww -- c a FOR 60 DAYS ONLY! sr fr i "twtixjIj ietter 3-- st zEifcTrrxzEeiE stock oif1 Clothing, Dry Goods Boots, and As I am determined to close out in order to change my business. In order to secure bargains to call at my store and convince yourself that I mean what I advertise. Shoes, J AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES Cloaks and short Wraps regardless of cost. s Er it will be to your interest I. DAVIS, m 4. 228 ST. GLAIR ST. FRilWOKT ROUNDABOUT. SU t The V ) n ill's Exchange of the Methodist Church will by open, as usual, this morning, in the counting-rooof the Yeoman ollice. 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 lHlcd. I low often do we hear of the sud den fatal termination of a cae of croup, when a young life might have been saved by the prompt use of Aver's Cherry Pectoral. Keep a bottle of it on hand ready for instant use. m Telo- -- T. B-u.cfel.e3- r i5- R. K. McCLURE Is JBack from the EAST and is now receiving daily his STILL AHEAD with inn Largest Stock Ever brought to this city in funis, taare,L&i!i;! Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. Louisville Tobacco Market. FUHNis-m:!- mn Hiwil HWl i FALL '& 11 WINTER STOCK OP- - BOOT SAND 8HOE8 HATS, CAPS, FULL SUPPLY OF & duiibett, ruo- WABK-HOU8ntlETOKH LOUIBVILLETOIIACCO hy otovrn The XjAKGEST stock GRATES, our market for the week just clo?etl amount to 1.83!) hhds. The saleB STOVES, nince January 1Bt amount to 119 fiG- -' ih beginning hhds. The new hurley ci op Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Vases, to come in freely now, but in generally of quality. inferior And at prices that cannot be dupliThe following quotations fairly reprc- cated, ever seen in one House in Boni themi.rket for the crop of lbbr Frankfort before. Don't for$'.'.50 to $3.50 Dark Tnihh get the place. to 4.50 3.50 Colory Tranh Common Luge, not colory. 3.0i) to 4.00 JN0. T. BUCKLEY, 4.00 to 0.00 Colory Ltin St. Clair Street. Common Leaf, not colory. 4.00 to fi.50 CM) to 8.00 Good Leal 8.00 to 12.00 Fine Leaf Select Wrappery Tobacco. 12.00 to 15.00 SalcH on &C. fl SCHOOL BOOKS, akkHilkkkHR Hi H Mr STATIONERY. &0. Good Results in Every Case. D. A Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes, that be was seriously afflicted with a pevere eold that settled on his lunjjs; Jiad tried many remedies without benefit. Ueinjr induced to try Dr. Kiiifr'H New Discovery for Consumption, did so and was entirely cured hv the ue of a few bottles. Sincev which time he has ued it in his fani-ilfor all Coughs and Colds with the Thisis the experience best results of thouvands wliosellves Have neen cm vorl hv this Wonderful Discovery Trial Bottles free at Jos LeCompte's Drug Store. MASTIN BROS DEALERS IN IV CAPITAL ART GALLERY ! H. Q. MATTERN, Prop'r, Main Street, Over CnUchcr & Starks White llall Clothing House, Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, 4c., 4c., O. S3 ANN STREET, FRANKFORT at home. KENTUCKY. :F:E2T:E2::Flo:E,z BZBKrTTTOKrs"Every Piece Warranted for One Year. THE 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 Oct. 25-- tf. Just Received Car Load Old Hickory Wagons BEST WAGON IN "Vegetable THE WORLD ! Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Propriotor, -- .other preparations. Tlie grout popularity of this preparation, after Us test ot many years, should be an aMiranic, ecn to the most skeptical. Ilmt it is really nieiltorloui. Tho-- o who hao .used llAU'ti H.vilt ltr.Nr.WEK kuow that it iloen all that is claimed. Jt eatiics new growth of hair on bald head., provided the hair follicles are not dead, which is seldom the ease: restores 's iiatiir.il color to gray or faded hair; this scalp healthful ami clear of dandriilf; prevents the hair falling oir or .changiii',' color; keeps it soft, pliant, lustrous, ' and causes it to grow long and thick. Hai.l'k IIaik ItnxnwKR produces Its effects bv tho healtliful influence of its vegetable ingredients, which Invigorate t Is not a dye, and Is and rejuvenate. a delightful article for toilet use. Containing no alcohol, it does not evaporate quicklv and drv up tho natural oil, leaving the'halr harsh and brittle, a do pre-erw- HALLS hair RENEWER. So says suit the times. Come and see them at. MASTIN BK0S. everyone who has bought them. Over Fifty sold this Season. Prices to Manufacturer niid Dealer in -- M STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. WM. CROMWELL Attorney-at-LaAND w FOR SALE Oil KENT. SMALL FARM OF 70 ACRES, LYING ON THE Owenton pike, one mile and u uu.irter from tlih city, suitable for a dairy farm. Apply to W. T. iiAlNES. Oct. &tf. A DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blacksmithing, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing to. Promptly-Attende- PKACTICK IN COURTS OF ami the uJJoliiliig counties, and will also kUo special attention to the purchase ami sale of leal estate, collection of rents, claims', and the negotiation of loans. Ollice opposite WILL e. Heal Estate Agent, THE June ' Blue grass Nurseries. AND ORNAMENTAL FOR FALL OF 1886. FrultB, Asparagus found In such an establishment. aieas low as ho sell direct to the planters, Inning no agents. All clalmhiK to be such are frauds. eataloues on apH. F. HILLENMKYKR, plication to LexhiKtlon, Ky. Oct. Our prices Agent for Court-hous- ly. A FULL LINE OF FRUIT Trees, Grupevlnen, Small Plants, and ever) thliiK usually boiijZeik TxrozEeiKS. Columbus Steam Pumps. 128 Lewis T3Li.S EJ3ST3-I3TE- 3 and uTHD WEAKlUNDEVELOPED HtHV KSl,MtUM OKVKU )P HI hUCKNitl HHNHl.I'lr, Nun tnfr-H- i im hU ye"f'MH)nt long run inmin npnr In rwpiy to tnquU rt wm wilt mhv that ihwrn Uio nylHwnre of hmnhitg ft ho u' thin lnhjjronLrnrrjjwjiHyHrrlwHrw nrw Try fimhlv inrtorw lnrrHKtii'or"inH miiy gyt nwnlwi cirrnlxn gmnt nil nntiirtilnrn. tiy nMrmWi J3T8END FOR FRIGE LIST. St., Near the River, Frankfort, Ky. I'AKlof thoHMAN JAS. A. VI0LETT, F. C. HUGHES, General Insurance Agent, Office on Mala St., Opposite Buckingham's ron THE Dye WHISKERS (Colon brown or Choic Coal KINDS ALL family use. Cheap. Attorney at Lau FRANKFORT, KY., PRACTICK IN ALL THE COITKTS IN 1'runklln and adjacent counties. OFl'ICK Uji Btnlrs, over Judge P. U. Major's ollice. Aug. H-t- f. Farniem' Sank. black, as desired, them and is the best dye, because It Is harmless; produces u pernuinenl natural color; ami, 'being u single preparation, Is more convenient of application than any other. rnF.rAHED by w It. P. HALL. & CO., Nashua, N. H. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines. I. J 0. 0. F. DOUBLE SCREENED Prompt Delivery, Full Weight, Bottom Prices. REPRESENTING 15 Leading American and Foreign Company WITH OVBR LODGE. NO. C, MEETS EVERY MON-da- y night. Vliiltlng brotliers cordially Invited. LKE A. OWEN, N. G. R. Williams, Sec. April 17-t- f. GEO. B. MACKX.X1T, Job Work neatly , FRANKFORT. KY. cuted at this olilce. Telephone connection No. 30. exe- $100,000,000.00 TERM erty ASSETS. POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PROP- at lowest rates. Agent Anchor Line of 1 Stenmshlp. Prepaid Ticket sold from unr point BrltbUn or Ireland, In Great Apr.yMr