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The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout 300dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 fra1886121801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Frankfort roundabout The Frankfort roundabout George A. Lewis Frankfort, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "'"Tar""" "" '('rmn7"-- m' - t - r11 f .TflTJ""' i ;. VW" ir,'i'r P The Frankfort Roundabout. GEORGE A LEWIS, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS. JL. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Volume X. farm-houses FRANKFORT, KY., DECEMBER 18, 188G. Number 14. w- f Ono wedding: early in January and state of cultivation. All the farms have an air of neatand another on the 17th of Fehuary. ness we don't find in America. Lonso a quiet city to Look Out ISuttcrmllk Club! don is rather never see any streetbecars large. You s, and hear no bells, and no yelling Pjktuosky, Woodfohd Co. so it is quiet compared with Mr. Jiouiutubout'. London very We Dkuk Sun: I seen in your ptipcr our cities. are nowlike to go about able much and tliat some voiing fellers wus uj) the pretty well and find any place we river a iisliin and huntin and that large room We have a they wus tryin to tfit buttermilk. wish.pleaant house, nice we feel very in a and Now, sir, them fellers wus to our much at home. Dr. Sheley is much house and said they wus on a froliek pleased with his and would like to infjngo all the butter- all the time he islectures, and studies home. He -milk wo eould make. We saved to derive much atbenellt fromhopes his it fur them but they have never ea me studies. We have seen a great many it yit, and I would like to now interesting places, yet feel we have fur who they wus, specially the one with to sights. the lite mustache, he wus the one hardly commenced lastsee the to see week We went one day that promised to cum for it. My Hampton Court Palace. It is 12 think is that they wus not after milk, miles in the country, so we had a but chickens aiul sich.Jis they could was get holt uv. Dad murine wont down lovely drive. This old palace four nearly eampt and talked built by Cardinal Wolsoypresented by to whar they wus ago, to one of them the day their tent got hundred years 8th. andwas then the Henry It wo did not git him to )f tore by the wind, but Kings home any satisfuxion outen 'em. They is a grand old for a great while. It grounds place. wus gone before-- we could get back are like fairy land. WeThe there a saw and tell 'em to move. I heerd tluv grapevine 1 18 years old The largest had bin over the river to Mose Iled-in'- in the world. It bears three thousbut a tryin to git butter-milwent last they never went after it. An we are and bunches of grapes. WeSpurgeon. Sunday to hear the great not the only uns that are aft r 'em He was as simple and plain in lus with hot sticks, fur they just went in yet held every house in this lml country and style as a little child,thousand asthe congregation of five if but never come spellbound ingaged butter-mil- k I can't tell you his powfor it. i saw Ben Skaggs, the day don't know what is. He they left, and told him about it. He er for I from the 1( chapter of Revis .Mugwumps, preached 1th said, by jimmy, they is aud.oth but I se no sir them is chicken elations, or choir in verses. There A his church. You kin allers tell 'em, no (irgan thieves. by him in the pulpit and they allers have some of the feathers man standscongregation in singing. leads the out. stickin large but Ef we ever ketch 'em .up our way His church is very ornament. plain, without any ergin they will have the feathers almostspent almost an entire day at We stickin all over them. We is pore, Westminister. This old church was but we is onest, and don't want no built nearly J)00 years ago. There are sich fellers around our places, as you monuments in every part of it and don't kno what devilment they will all oyer the with git into. I will comedown to your bodies buried above them,floor, while marble slabs vilige this week an hunt ther dog- you are walking around youso conare gone light mustache onry cuss what stantly walking over the dead. There made all ther truble in this onct are many handsome monuments all peaceful county. I will see you when along the walls. One part of the I cum down. JjmJjjmpkk. building is divided off into sections "Testimonyof a ZJrujjgist. called chapels, and in these are the pe'-dlars, k, MM FROM ttBEH M UNTIL OTJE, JRUIT 1ST, 1887- - WE WILL OFFER ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, KRCHAKT TAILORING AM FURNISHING GOODS. Dt PI PPF Ponv Ips Tii BBsmt Prices. to see the advantage they are getting. A small portion of our stock will bring Cost, but the bulk of it will go at a loss. Now is your opportunityOur loss is your gain. Under no circumstances will any thing go out on approval. You must come and get suited. No goods to be returned. This is a bona fide sale, and no humbug. Don't ask why we do it that we are doing exactly what we advertise is sufficient for the buyer. All of our goods being marked in plain figures, 'tis easy for the buyer The Swft Specific Co, Gentlemen: We are graliiled to report that Aaron Blaydes, living near this place, and who has been .suffering with a severe case of Blood Poison, is now well. He was cured by Swift's Specific, lie was blind and his body was covered with eating sores. His sufferings were intense, and he seemed on the verge of the Stygian river, and had made every preparation to go to "that bourne from whence no traveller returns." We furnished him with a supply of Swift's Specific, and he is now well. Truly Yours, T. C'AVKX & Co., Druggists. Atlanta, Texas, Sept. 10, 18.8. A 1 Golden Opportunity. Gentlemen: nt l li have used your Specific in a number of eases in the last twelve months, always finding good results. At pres-eI have a patient in my charge who has a cancer. I am treating him and Hugh. Yours truly, Maiiy Knight SiieijKY. on Swift Specific alone, and believe it will effect a permanent cure, and can safely recommend it to the public as being one of the best'blood purifiers I have ever tried. Worthville, Ky., Aug. 11, 188(1 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tin: Swift Spkcipkj Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. 1G7 W. 2;id St . N.Y. W. S. Goldkx, M. D. 1 lie Swift Specific Co. Kings and Queens buried. Wo also went to St. Paul, the third largest church in the world. It is much after the same order, not nearly so full of tombs nor so old. We went one afternoon to see Madam Toussand's wax figures. They are mostly royal persons, but we found Grant, Lincoln' and Garfield e there. The figures are very and it is most interesting to see them The nicest group is Queen Victoria and her family Some of the dresses would make Mary's mouth water if she could see them, they are so eleCLOTHING DEPARTMENT. gant. These figures are exhibited in MKX'S a very handsome hall and fine music is given all the time. Suits, former price S24.00 now SiS.co " I haven't told you half I would 15.CO 20.00 now II like, but I have to do Dr. Sheley's 7.50 io.co now n writing and my own too, so it keeps 3.75 5.00 now 22.00 mo busy. He doesn't have time for Overcoats, 32.00 now ( 20.CO now 15.00 anything but his studies. He sends 10.00 now 7.50 love to you all. We will be glad to 6.00 now 4.50 hear from you when you can write 11 1.35 1.75 now us. Regards to Mrs Pattie, Mary life-likC SALE IS POSITIVELY FOR CASH. one-fourt- We mention below a few of the former prices, and deduct the 25 per cent., and the customer will readily see what can be saved. Remember h less, and the you are buying goods now at AUS FOR FIFTEEN Former Former Former Former AYS ONLY, former price S1.00 now 75 former price 75 now 60 former price 50 now 40 v. large stock to select from. Dunlap's Hats only reserved,' as they are sold under a contract price. Cap, Cap, Cap, A PYEMIA flrt symptoms jiiii Men's Stoga Boots, $3-now $2.65 price price 3.00 now 2.25 price 2.50 now 1. 90 price 2.00 now 1.50 Eoys' Stoga Boots, Former price $2.25 now $1.65 Former price 2.00 now 1.50 Former price 1.75 now 1.35 Ladies' Hand Sewed Finest Kid Shoes, Former price S7.50 now $5.65 rormer price boys' 5.00 now 3.75 Ladies' Machine Sewed Shoes (finest kid), 1. 15 now 1.50 Overcoats, Former price S5.00 now $3.75 " Suits, 1.75 now 1.35 Former price 4.00 now 3.00 Custom Teans Pants, net, 1.25 Ladies' Machiiv Sewed Kangaroos, No Suit or Overcoat in the House reserved. 11 11 11 11 11 Furnishing: Goods Department. Undershirt, fjrmer price, $?.oo now f 1.50 Drawers to match, same price. " " " " 1.00 now 75 50 now 37 White Shirts, 95 now 75 6zyi now 50 Fine Silk Mufflers, Former price $5.00 now $3.75 Former price 4.00 now 3,00 Former price 3.00 now 2.25 Former price 2.00 now 1.50 Fine Cashmere Mufflers, Former price $1.00 now 75 Former price 50 now 40 Fine Pongee Handkerchiefs, Former price $1.00 now 75 So now Former price 60 Former price 50 now 37J2 Fine Silk Umbrellas, SS.00 now $6.00 Former price Former price 5.00 now 3.75 Former price 4.C0 now 3.00 Former price 3.50 now 2.65 1.00 Former price Former price Former price Si. 25 now All go. (finest kid), Ik Pimples. Sties, JJolls, and Cutaneous Krup-tioiiwhich tliu AVIicii Is tlio mot vlnili'iit form of l.t"s spci'dily fatal, but not h- '- vcv. liitnly M). is tlio vitiation of the blood of blood-poNon-in;- ,'. B. Merchant Tailoring Department. 14' ! .Snsuitii.iY.tIiooiily perfect and reliable We nro indebted to Mr. P. It. Pat-ti- e blood.medicine, for tliu purification of tlio for the privilege- of printing the SCROFULA following interesting letter from a lady who was born in this county Ts n foul corruption in tlio blood Hint rots out all tlio macbincry of life. Nothing and is quite well known here: will eradicato it from tlio svMi'iu and preDear Mr. 1'utt'w: Just four weeks ago, this afternoon, I made you a promise to send a letter to you from London. So now I shall try to tell you something of the many things wo have seen since reaching this great city. First we had a delightful voyage all the way until Friday, when the sea became very rough, and about three o'clock we had u most terrific storm. Several sailors said it was the hardest storm they had seen in twenty years. It only lasted for about three hours. We had one sail torn into shreds and one sail- A letter from London. tlio taint of afiol'uluf.'irs wanilii'.fofitspiv'.pncflf.'MU'liindii'atioits, no time should bo lost in iilnj Ayi'.ii's Dress Suits, form'r price, $60.00 now $45.00 ' D. B. Frock, 50.00 now 37.50 naw 3- 40-04 B. Cutaway, " Business Suits, 35.00 now 26.25 ' ii 30.00 now 22.50 60.00 now 45.00 " Overcoats, 40.00 now 30.00 16.00 now 12.00 " Pants, ' i 12.00 now 9.00 Men's Sandals 6.75 9.00 now Ladies' Buckle Arties You can have your choice of any suit or Men's Buckle Arties Overcoat. Best Candee Goods. 1 1 Former price $5.00 now 3.75 Former price 4.00 now 3.00 Ladies' Machine Sewed Cur Kid, Former price $3.00 now I2.25 Former pi ice 2.50 now 1.90 Largest .stock to select from in the City. Nothing reserved. Rubber Goods we quote net prices: Ladies' and Misses' Sandals 25 c : 45 c 85 c $i.co London, Eno., Oct. 2ttth, 1880. !':. vent its traiiMnlNHn to 'nllsprlng but Ayku's Saiisaimkii.i.a. This preparation is o tlio only one that will elcaino tlio blood of Jlercurfal poison and tlio taint of Contagious l)Neacs. Impoverished blood is productive of al-- Boot and Shoe Department. 5 ANEMIA, niovitablv to Insaiiitv or death. Women o frequently Miner from It. Tlio onlv that, while purifying the blood, enriches It with new vitality, und invigorates the whole system, is medl-eln- Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, $7-now Former price Men's Machine Sewed Shoes, $5.00 now $3.75 Former price "ow Former price 2.5 now Former price $5-65 3-2-9 Hat and Cap Department. Hat, Hat, Hat, Hat, Hat, former price former price former price former price former price $5.00 now $3.75 Gloves, Neckwear, etc., all go. Immense 4.00 now 3.00 stock to select your Holiday Presents from. 3.00 now 2.25 2.00 now 1.50 E. & V. Collars and Cuffs only reserved, rs 1.00 now 75 they are sold under a contract price. b Muscles, Shattered Melancholy. Its lirot are Weakness, Languor, Loss of Norvo Force, and Mental Dejection. Its course, unchecked, leads symptoms A wrctc.ed condition indicated by Pallia" Skin, Flaccid Nerves, and Crutcher Starks. or hurt. We have heard of other ships that fared much worse in the Ayer'sI'UIU'Altr.l) Sarsaparilla, same storm We landed at Liveriiy pool on Sunday morning and came Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. right on to London over the most Sold by all Druggists: Price $1: beautiful country I have over seen. Six bottles for 5. Every loot of the ground is in a high WHITE HALL! b'' 3 ifMKr We will, for the next 10 days, sell at the following prioes FOR CASH ONLY : Men's Fine Calf Shoes (all styles), $4 20 formerly $5 00 Men's Fine Calf Shoes (aU styles), $3 25 formerly $4 00 A Fine late Style Stiff Hat, 2 00 formerly 2 50 Men's Fine Genuine Hand Sewed 5 " " formerly 7 00 50 2 35 3 00 Shoes, all styles, " " 3 50 " 2 60 formerly 3 20 Stiff Hat, 4 00 A Fine Late Style All goods sold All other goods same proportion. This is done on a cold collar. No tricks. No misrepresentations. they o not suit may be returned and money refunded. We force no one to keep our goods, as we give on approval. If value received in everything purchased of us. Come and see for yourself. Remember these prices stand to the first of Respectfully, January, 1887, only. c" MEAGHER BKOS. found the last Wednesday evening, buried in snow a foot deep. Every possible kind of vehicle had transferred itself from wheels to runners and was gliding along to the music of bells. It is wonderful to see the ingenuity displayed in transforminga wagon or carriage into a sled. Sometimes they look as if they had retained a quarter section of each wheel, spokes and all, fastening the two on each side together by pome magic trick or Yankee notion, all patented and ready when the first Geokge Daksie. snow comes. The facility with which all Boston takes to sleighs and Holiday floods in the furniture line sled compel Is the chilling inference at 11. Rogers'. It that snow here during the winter is abundant and continuous. Tlie one Buckley is agent for Clayton Grate now here, however, is fast disappear- Beilectors. t ing, giving us a do-- of slush that is decidedly the most heroic for size and It was dillicult even to walk in the gether unaided and naturally, as discomfort 1 have ever seen. All middle of the street yesterday. converge in a saucer of vinegar; knee high, classes don it requires head work to "assemble" the young laeven the little girls and A large stock of rattan chairs at parts of a machine of any kind, and nowdies, andalsotheold women. Because 3t adays, when mechanical work requires or cost at 11. Rogers'. in Boston, whaiovr the weather an accuracy of proportions and a nicety the eroding;, people must be on the Fruits, candies, &c., at Howard of dimensions such as were not dreamed go. We heard 11. M. Stanley, the Bros. of a generation ago, tho mechanic who great African Exploier, in Tremont is not brainy in his line will surely get Temple, jammed and crammed, tell If you want pure Anderson county left. Detroit Free Press. in a lecture, two Hours long, last ' ht)UI , ,.,,, .!,:, 1.,, ill on John Dris- . The present disagreeable spell of Thursdav night, the marvelou.--, story A Dangerous Class of Men. 2t weather is accounted fur by the fact of his trip "Through the Dark Con- - coll, 237 St. Clair st. No one who has not gone through the Col. E. C. Went has tendered his tinent " It was a very quietly told that 3xperience has any idea of tho dangerCHRYSANTHEMUMS. ous class, of men mates have to handle. resignation to Gen. Iluzeu as chief story, whose daring exploits you had1 , without The police court records give some idea engineer of the weather in this .se- to take in the modestany announce-- Ah, pretty imttons on tho cloak ment from lecturer that ornamented with cloth of the character of the men, and out of ction. The whole thing is going to the in them he was acting the hero .M r. That uut.i in wrap aroun I hor, or wool. Bolivia Cor. San Francisco the batch of vagrants and dangerous bad for want of a head. We would Stanley is a small, stubby man with Ere wiivur uh his iry chill Chronicle. men turned loose daily and given a few ml.-- chains has bound her. suggest that a public meeting at once a very unimposing presence, fie has hi cry hours to leave the town, a large malow" forehead, small eyes, a very ,,..., . Drain Work of Actors. ....... ,Vm b tailed to insist on Col. Went with- a jority ship on some outgoing boat as The Lancet can not understand how it red face and a dyed mustache. I I grown, and drawing his resignation until warm fact you would judge him, without BySow In Li it with colore olden, has come to be thought that the fact of deckers. These ruffians have no particurare touching proper explanations, as I did, a gen01 uriuisu.i, white and golJon. an actor or actress repeating the same lar place of abode, care little how thoy weather. uine towjh. lie was introduced by When part night after night for a lengthened live, and apparently less for their lives. and Notwithstanding the sale of the Mark Twain in a fifteen minute Uiivowlntor come3, lrom cutting frost period can be productive of madness. A mate who has many of theso under clipped you her dmM, "No one doubts that tho repetition must him simply carries his life in his hands. Yeoman ofiice material, the Ladies speech that was simply sidesplitting riiomt'iuory of wliito and gold in a conllict, it must be ended The curious drawl with which Twain Will still rem .111 to bias? us. be wearisome, and if there were no Once Exchange of the Methodist Church speaks is oneof the big elements in the promptly, and the slightest hesitation counterbalancing advantages it might Wushingkm Critic. as tisunl. will be held there would probably cost you your life, while funny things he says. He compared lie so irritating as to be mentally injuriStanley with Columbus, afiinningthat HEIRS OF THE INOAS. ous: but players, liko the rest of the the chance of your murderer's capture would be very remote. Steamboat Mate Fine plush base rockers cheap at while he was not there to disparage peoworld, aro heart matter-of-fathe latter, none the less his achiev-ment- s A. Fluo Hiiro of I'eople Who Aid rrtituu ple, and, asut Mr. W. S. Gilbert points in It. Rogers'. lt were as nothing, viewed from Almsud- - In Southern Itiillvht. out, tho fact of a long engagement has She Will Follow Directions, the standpoint of the difiicuUies to The Capital Printing Company be encountered, compared with Stan The Quiclio.v Indians aretlui diivci de- the not inconsiderable merit of relieving Physician (to young woman patient) have rented the Yeoman building ley's. "All Columbus had to do was scendants of the Incas of Peru, m wiJI anxiety." You have a severe cold, Miss Smith, Moreover, the brain is spared the toil and are threatened with pneumonia.. and will remove their ofiice there to sit in his ship, hold his grip, keep described in Prescott's history. Thuy The about the first of January. The right on and America would discover aro u lino race of men and it is a int of frequent 'study' for new parts. tire- You will have to remain very quiet for several days. itself in a very little while. He pity that little or nothing is Iomi for day is left free; and if there bo a name of the paper will not be changed Patient-O- h, could not get around it. He couldn't their education. On the contrary they some sameness about the evening's Dr. Pellet, I must go out. to the Capital-Yeomaas published help discovering it. And if he found aro much abused, although 1 have so much shopping to do, of latu years work it can not be a very terrible inflicin the Courier-Journaany part of it he found the whole." the government of Bolivia has iakon tion, for even the most elaborate imPhysician- -I see, also, that your nose personations must como to be almost has a tendency to inflame at the tip Hut Stanley had to pu-- his own way measures forbidding their maltn;:ii . Found. A gold Masonic pin, cir- across a vast continent, through Before reaching that country 1 w;w told automatically performed after they have' Oh, Patient (thoroughly alarmed) cle with square and compass in the perils, privations, hardships, suffer- tho only way in which to get along with been so repeated as to lose their novelty. sir, I will do anything that you tell me ings simply appalling, and that, too, these Indians was to treat them like The public suffer for these 'long runs' to. Puck. centre. Call at this ofiice. not for six weeks but for !)!)!) days, dogs. However, I treated tlmrn kindly because there is 'nothing now' to awaken Weight of tin Infant. nearly tiiree years. He had to find and justly, and from experience, I interest; but i( tho actors suffer they liVmotlier column we publish an Livingstone somewhere in a vast An infant loseu from three to six venthis to lie the host mode of getting have their compensation, and wo interesting letter from Rev. George "slab" of Africa as big as the United ounces in weight during the first four to along. Thi'ynrea good nice, but with- ture to think that, mentally, personally six days after birth; by the seventh day Darsie, and hope to have many more Slates, in what particular spot his out courage.JThis I attribute t Uih htiitu and relatively, it is adequate." Medical it should have regained its of the same kind in the future. We own ingenuity must decide, for Liv- of servitude they have been Imld under, Journal. from thut to the fifth month it ought to always have room for such excellent ingstone was the "worst scattered and the utter ignorance limy urn Itopt gain about five ounces per week, or Speech of English Women. man," the "scarcest man" the world in, giving matter. them no incentive 10 Lurler ever heard of. No English woman interlards her about six drams a day; after tho fifth From the lirst days of beautiful speech with foreign words. month about four drums a day; at the I had the pleasure Saturday after- their condition. If you want good bargains in gro- noon of hearing Rev. Dr. It. H tho conquest they were treated like Her linguistic studies have made her fifth month it ought to havo doubled its ceries call on John Driscoll, 237 St. Meredith conduct the celebrated S. beasts of bin den. withal they tiro intel- speak English and in sixteen months with greater purity, hun- ligent, and once educated they will in lucidity and propriety. S. Teachers' class of twenty-fiv- e 2t The English aro quadrupled it. Journal of Reconstruc Clair street. dred teachers in the study of the les- time form an importnnt factor in the not us fluent, they aro not nearly us tion son for the following day. He lec- body politic of Bolivia. In Pern it was ready to talk ns Americans. Wo say There will lie a concert given by the tured and questioned for a full hour tho Quichoas who stood by (Vaceres, and A lieggar's Gratitude. ladies of the Baptist Church, in their and with wonderful freshness and it is to l hem ho owes his present posi- ' twenty words to thoir one, but they do A rich banker gave a beggar a shilsurpass us in voice, pronunciation and ling, when the latter said, with gratitude: now Chapel one day during Christ- power brought out the points of the tion. Speaking their language and ming- elegance. Where a foreign word is "May heaven reward you a thousand lesson concerning the "Saints in ling among them, he won them to his mas week. and their Heaven" (Rev. It was an in- cause, and truer friends can not bo more euphoniousthan a expressesone, its ' times !" "Well, what would that amount .. .. meaning better native spiring sight to see the intentness and to? oniy fifty pounds I" answered the The ladies of the Baptist Church concentration of the great audience found. The only priests who can man-ag- o adoption into colloquialisms seems to be- rich man, smiling. Exchange. them are the Franciscan monks. come imperatively necessary. "Ennui, realized about one hundred dollars on the great thoughts unfolded. The Those also learn their language and live Teach and make its praczest and interest that would be felt in among them. They aro almost wor fiance, naivete, chic," fall from Ameriby their supper . hursdny evening. can lips very naturally, but rarely from tice pleasurable, and you crcato for the teaching the lesson after hearing such shiped by tho Quichoas. world a destiny more sublime than ever English lips. Cor, New York World. discussion of it tho sarao days I will a masterly power on all the must tell The Inca language is For the next fifteen issued from the brain of the widest Sunday-schoogreat with as three centuries ago. The people are offer at a bargain, two No. 7 May dreamer. Sir Walter Scott. of this great city. Needs Your I'lty. built, but rather slim, That we are homesickgoeswitho.it tall, lithe, well features, with rather of The most repulsive man or woman, Flowers, one Jewel Range No. 8, very pleasing A Fort Worth, Tex., concern has bea one No. 8 Champion Monitor, one saying. We cannot, of course, love melancholy cast. Thoir morals aro good, tho creature full of deceit, treachery, gun shipping 200 frozen boef carcasses a strangers with such strange ways like No. 8 Capitolice, one No. 8 Improved our old and beloved friends in Frank- nno of the laws of old, now indorsed by and venom, needs your pity and help of day to England. stoves. Call fort. Wo think continually, and tho clergy, is early marriage. They all all tho most, for that man or woman, Delight. All first-claAn application has been mado for a through generating evil thought, is gendwell with fondness and longing profess tho Catholic religion. In each erating pain and disease for himself 01 patent for manufacturing cattle food early and get first choice. village a chapel, rudo liko their it. J so. T. Buciclkv. upon those wo have left behind. We houses. there is priests aro chosen from herself. Prentice Mulford. from wood. Thoir The Board of Commissioners by the Governor, in accordance with an act passed by the last Legislature, to receive proportions and locate the State Normal School for the education and training of colored teachers, met in this city yesterday for the purpose of opening bids and locating the building. Propositions were received from Hopkins-ville- , Lexington, Owensboro, Danville and Frankfort. Argument were heard in favor of several places, hut no final decision had been reached up to the time we went to press. The proposition made by this city was, that the City Council would give 3 acres of ground on the Fort Hill and fifteen hundred dollars, and the citiIt was zens live hundred dollars. understood that if the Council would agree to build a road up the hill to the grounds the school would be located hero, and a special meeting of that body was held yesterday afternoon, but nothing was accomplished, and a second meeting was held last night. up-point- ed A Letter from Mr. Dargie. "Hub," Dear Boston, Maw., Di:c. Jioundabout:--Y- ii 0140111 arrival 11, 18SG. are comfortably settled at 74 Chester Square. Let all our friends, who expect to bein Boston, cut this address out and paste it in their hats. Wo shall regard it "the unpardonable sin" for 'any of our friends to come to Huston and not call on us. 1'hcster Square i easily reached by taking a Tremont Street car. The church in which I preach is called "the South End Tabernacle," and is on Shaw-i- n ut Avenue, corner Madison street. The Shawmut Avenue cars from down town all go right by it. Seats free and all welcome. If the editor does not object I shall be glad to send another little letter in a week or two. e gum-boot- s, . I among themselves, and, though few of tliem can either read or write, they celebrate mass, baptize, marry and bury people. Still to this day tho sun is looked upon as the promoter of power md good. Each village has its corre-idowho again has his alcaldes or assistants. Tho number of tho latter vaiies according to size of population. They are very laborious. Even when traveling, which is generally dono on foot, they spin, men as well as women. They carry a bundle of wool from which thy spin tho threads with a spindle banging from the left hand, which they Keep in a rotary motion while drawing out tho wool with tho right hand. Every available . piece of ground they cultivate, first fencing.it in with stone walls. They are most prosperous in the south of Bolivia. Most of their houses were built centuries ago. They are not nomads, though used to travel. While, like all ignorant races, tho women are treated as inferiors, the Quichoas do not make slaves of their wives. On the contrary, I have twice heard Indian women giving their lords orthodox curtain lectures for being intoxicated. This happens only when they go to town to sell thoir produce. As a rule they are sober an d frugal. They are very kind to their children and household animals. The dress of the men consists of a cotton shirt, trousers reaching to tho knee and open half way up on tho sides this to turn them up easier when crossing streams wooden or leather Bandals, a woolen poncho, and a black straw hat r, bright-colored The Intelligent Mechanic's Labor. A group of gentlemen wero discussing tho necesssity for brain labor in some life vocations, and after allusions had citibeen made to several zens who were successful and prominent in their professions, one of tho speakers, himself a retired merchant and influential politician, declared that Blank, naming a draftsman and inventor employed in a large machine tool manufactory, did more brain labor than any other man in the city. Some examples were cited n mechanics, and the conof clusion was reached that intelligent labor lequired as much eolid thinking as any other work. The intelligent, valuable mechanic is not a mere walking machine; materials a?,e not always plastic; they aro sometimes perverse, and judgment and calm aonsideration are required in their management. The parts of a machine, however closely planned, do not come to well-know- n well-know- eye-Kton- es ( : , , ,,. ,,,, .., j to-da- y ct Globe-Democra- t. n l. li in.-nt- He-du- re birth-weigh- t; birth-weigh- t, 7:i)-17- ). w B" self-deni-al to-da- y , er M i ' , ls ss . v3 .: AVilliam Quire, sr., Wo understand that Messrs. Thog. Letter front Uncle Zeke Yo-cua- n. Call on James Andrew Thomns Onan, been crowded by visitors, foreign and D. C. Crutcher, W. G. Armstrong, Uiomestic. It has had a blissful suc- B. Ford, W S. Dehnnoy and D. I.. Scott. Wm. Cromwell, Oscar Hernncourt, ecs-- i and expires after a short but Haley, at the request of a largo numJohn H. Cassell, J. B. Meek, SblCKAWAY, FaYK'LTK Co., ICY. brilliant career. Wo, tho undorsignod votors of Franklin A. J. Gieenwoll, ber of the friends of popular educa J) beloved nephew: Morrison Roger?, county, respectfully rotjucst James Our bad boy. while passim the W. C- Lulkemeir, tion in the eit.v. have consented, if. 1 arrived here last night, by way Andrew Scott to permit his announce R. M. Trumbo, school house yesterday, saw a group L. T. Hodges, Honry Ellwangor, Trustees. of II. ild Knob, I ration, Benson, niont as a candidate for tho office of John Pine, elected, to serve as School of smiling faces eyeing him as he Ed. L. Callory, of imporFrankfort pas.-oIt is douhtful if we could net a better tance. Myand otherisplacescanvas the Representative : Michael Callory, Richard Callory, He soon collected a quantity to object John Thomas Gibbs, of missies and proceeded to storm the J. T. Riner. J. B. Hnrrod, Board of Trustees than these three State and find out how the sovereigns James Uailoy, B. O'Xeil, 15. E. Wlgjjs, S. C. Harrod, Louis Roberts, fort. The teacher received the first gentlemen will make. Mr. Ford lias stand in reference to the many dis- Dudley Laceileld, K. Wlggs, Hiram Harden, Jasper Dalton, shot over her left eye and the twelve tinguished gentlemen who would Josoph Hammons, Win. Konch, always been an active worker in the Ji. Goins, H. Quire, panes of glass soon lay in sharp spalo.g like to have the nomination for Gov Rob. Hedges, Lun Sheets, Jesso Grimes, J. C. Pulliam, cause of education, and has made ernor, and other matters ol interest to Dudloy upon the floor. Now the old lady Johnson, John Moore, Thos. Hazlewood, Martin Nash, chuckles witli glee over the valor (if schools his study for years. For our once proud Democratic, parry. t rank Pointer, W. C. Hlmrp, A. Greonwell, Jns. C. Wilson, M. D.. her young David in smiting the twenty years Mr. Haley has proved The last election caused my heart Jas. Pointor, Win. Sharp, John C. Harrod, Dennis Onan. proud Miss Gol iali for allowing her snap strings Dudley Sharp, J. B. Sandford, Thomson Barr, himself a true and tried friend of ed- strings to fiddle. like thenot find on a J. S. Pointor", brats to insult the dignity of her hoy boy's Urst I did but Jas. Uonnett, Duko Sharp, H. D. Harrod, J. F. Nickels, ucation, and knows as much about one man but what said d n the last John Armstrong, by peeping through a window at him. Rob. Smith. Gcorgo Carter. Cann Broden, school." and educational matters as Legislature. Chas. Armstrong, Ooo. Hammons. Our distinguished W. L. Harrod, Elijah Brower, James Lewis Hyatt, Clemp Onan, redeemed himself by vetoing Gip Sunders. any one in the city. Since Mr John Blankinship, Coal! Coal! Goo. Hurndon, Wm. Hyatt, uow X. A. Mooree. Stephen Harrod, turned Ids attention to school the policyMill; also by Ms sweet sooth- Colinan Jones, Best oualit.v. coarse. clean, dry Ed. Smith. ing in sending Gen. Castloninn Thompson Harrell, V. L Wigg. Pittsburg and Raymond City coal in matters lie has been an honest active to the mountains to porsuadethe God- R. S. Collins, Cul. Smith, W. T. Gibbs Cha. E. Redmon, dry box car- - no rain, ice. sleet or C. M. Shumate. Jas. Itidilell, in the cause. and eillcient worker Geo. F. Kedtnon. Will Minor. ly people to obey the lawsoftheState snow on it for sale at the old es Robert Wm. P. Herndon, ... Wm. P. Herndon, R. M. W '.U,. All of which meets my approbation, B. F. Redman, hie headquarters for best Morrison. Lyaa Herndon, of .T. R. Johnson, Mrs. Robert W.Scott was lying at and the voters of Kentucky. No doubt John Clifford, John Darlington, John Slioii.ii.', John J. Thompson. Chas. W. Thompson coal and coke. the point of death yesterday after- hut that he will succeed the Scotch h'l'cs. Bailey,' Win. Itinor, Geo. b. Vacklin. A. M. Griffith David Dawson. Stares Senate, at Braok Dorton, Rob. Storts, noon, at her homo in South Frank- man in the UnitedZeke's vote. Frankfort, Ky., I oc. 17, 188(5. It James Dean, Samuel Lusher, east lie will tret This Rob. Gibbs. Julius Oibbs, James Bontley, Joseph Ottoe, fort thing of coercion is all wrong, for in- - James Biilov, Call and examine our Jno. Clifford. Chits. Shumate, of New Clins. Shea, stance tue hanging ol m iririn- - 1'imli of Jatnos Wilson, E.l. Armstrong, Walter Kirk, Wm. Kirk. Year cards. In turning the corner of St. Clair liardstown; forcing the poor fellow Miko Slucher, Ira Armstrong, Woss Kirk, Jas. Brown, and Main streets yesterday morning, was an wrong, u wo were to have Jos. Slucher, Preston Armstiong, Walter Pierce, James Myers, If you have overlooked the very Wm. Owens, Mr. Chas. Gaines' milk wagon was another rebellion, Governor Knott Anron Ultcrhack, Will Johnson, Frank Sargent, attractive advertisement of Messrs. could send Gen. Castleman to the re- John Sparrow, Jno. Slucher, C Gaines, Bob Gibbs. upset on the icy street, the milk spilt, bellious States and Wm. Slucher, settle the matter J. Mastin, Woitzcl &0'Donncllon another page, J. A. Vaunt or, James Thackor, 4iiul the cans scattered about, and the without bloodshed. God bless and Joseph Sluchor, J. H. Drown, Bob Enrley, T. J. Parrent, we desire to call your attention to James Powers, horse ran away, dragging Mr Gaines save Knott for his peaceful solution L. Armstrong, James Huiett, Willie Miles, their announcement of the great P. Redman, Anderson Powers, Miko Ryan, 11. J. Hulett, top of the wagon as far as the of our troubles in Kentucky and S. Johnson, in the J. D. Morris, slaughter of prices. when lie dies he ouirht to be placed Georgo Shingloton, John Polsgrove, Court House. Fortunately lie es- in Mt. Vernon beside Washington. Thos. Wilson, Jams Tate, Wm. Taylor, Joo Trutunn, James Lacoy, Newt. Clark, caped serious injury. Glassware and queenswareat very James Mooro, P. II. Roberts, Who stkuck Bom vkii Buokxkii? Chas. Johnson, Geo. Brown, Francis Goins, John Lillis, low prices at John Driscoll' 2!J7 St. Rob. Jos. Wilson, The Court of Appeals and Superior Jcp. Hulett, O B. Wnde, Was it Billy Patterson, or Justice Rob. Magrudcr, 'lair street. H. Samuels, Coleman, 2t ) B. Wad, Finnie Bryant, Court adjourned Monday for the hol IlinesV Your uncle Zeke thinks it was C. Johnson, Wm. Piitterso., James Rune. Peter Smith, llincs. I, as Durham's best man will James Hammons, idays. . They will meet again on Window Glass, all sizes, at A. Wm. Lowens, W. C. Bryant, Thomas Mooro, withdraw his name as a candidate for Manuel Armstrong, Charlio Wright, January !3d. II Waggoner's, Market sreet grocer. Will Hulett, Wm. Russell. Governor My reason for so doing is Frederick Boston, S. II. Easley, Edward Sheets, Robert Smith. that J received a private confidential Jamos Russell, Jno. Uodgers, Mr. N. M. Cru teller and wife, of letter from Thnd. McAndrews, Israel Tharp, Grover, stating that he Jno. Harrod, Anions: the Colored Citi- Thomas Dorton, Dank Polsgrovo, John B. Hamilton, this county, celebrated the twentieth could not spare him at Washington, Win. Uailoy, zens. Richard Darlington, W. F. Clarke, James W. Moore, anniversary ot their marriage on so you see that settles the question. AVatt Smith, Jacob Riddell, Joptha Hulett, jr., John Hulett, BY O. II. B. Wm. Morrison, C U. Hamilton, Monday, and a large company of James Hulett, jr., Allen Hamilton, Hattox Nkws. James Morrison, in. Hedges, Francis M. Hulett, Hugh Stucker, friends and relatives were in attendProf. Wm. TI. Mayo was horn in Whilst at this place I had the pleas- Alex. rmstrong, jr., James Hyatt, jr.. G. W. Mitchell, N. IS'. Page, ance. A sumptuous dinner was ure of meeting Judge Richards, who T. H. Hurndon, Owensboro, Daviess county, Kv., S. U. Parent. Ben. F. Baker. M J. Mahoney, 11, 18(52. His parents, Harriet Jas. W. Harrod, spread, and the occasion will long be was trying to make an impression on Jno. Sargent, Michael J. Downey, June Charles Brown. P. D. Read, Higdou Mayo and Oscar Mayo, while H E. Lewis, Benj. Daugherty, Thomas R. Foster, remembered with pleasure by all who birds and rabbits He made a failure H. Spalding, S. N. Moore, William was on infant, moved to on tne leathered trine The.iudiro R. B. Exum. H. II. Williiims, had the good fortune to be present. W. Moore, S.T. Wartield, Ripley, Ohio. At this place he reand Air. Berry killed one bird be- J. S. Moore, H. M. Polsgrovo, Oscar Wiggs, R. P. Cheatham, ceived his first lessons in the graded tween them. If Richards makes as J. Ben Wallace, Jesso Smith, Wartield, Hen. Robinson, Dr. A. Goldstein, public school. At the aye of 12 good impression elsewhere as he did M. A.M. W. M. Smith, H. W. Wade, Mrs. J. Walston, Frank N. Updike, years, having finished the common B. F. GarJner. The celebrated Louisville optician, here he will be the next Attorney Butler Glore, Hyster Mitchell, L. S. Lewis, school course of instruction, his par will remain at the Buhr Hotel until General. Zi ke and all the Demo J. H. Sudduth, B. L. Davis, ents removed to Cincinnati in order crats here are for him. Owen Quire, G. W. Warlleld, the 24th inst., whore persons having Mr Jas. Andrew Scott was in town dur- that lie might receive a higher eduA young man, who makes stuff Bud B. Rose, William Radom, ing most of last week, attending to busi- cation He entered the Intermediate defective sight, or suffering pain, can that bread is made of, was here on a S. T. Hopper, Olander Flynn, ness before our circuit court. Mr. Scott School at Cincinnati and advanced consult him. The Doctor is doing hunt for several days, camping out. J. F. Bryan, James Hudsau, is one of the foremost lawyers of Frank- quite rapidly each year for three great good in this community, and Went home without birds or rabbits. Robt. Cunningham, T. C. Plaxton, fort, though still comparatively a young years, until lie was admitted to His dogs were fonder of sheep than Robt. Flynn, Robt. Redden, a wide reputation for furnishing birds. man. By the way, wo understand he is n Gaines' High School, in 1S77, has and Josoph B. Figg, H. L. Sanders, candidato to represent Franklin county after pursuing a scientific the best spectacles to be had anyand literary One of Thomas Paine's grandsons P. Merchant, T. J. Tichonor, in the next Legislature. Ho not. how- course in said institution for four It was here from Frankfort, He only W. C. Crawford, where. John A. Tinsley, ever, we should think, ought allow that H. Rodgors, S. P. Moore, got one chicken for his share. race to hamper him. or in any way pre- years, ho graduated with the highest L. S. Roberts, John T. Moore, Christmas candies at Howard Bros. vent his running for the State Senate honors in hi- class, and received as a Personal. 10 L. L. Moore, Win. A. Moore, membership in tiie tho next time. For, reward a from this district W. H. Kesslor, The steamer llibcrnia has been The railroad agent at Ilatton met Sanford Herring, conceding that as a matter of justice, Mercantile Library, of Cincinnati. A. B. Branch, E. W. Armstrong, Since and before Mr. Mayo's graduFranklin county is entitled to furnish the newly painted and repaired and now with an accident some few days ago. Allen Vaughan, Still H. Smiloy, next Senator, wo are sure that there i3 no ation he lias held soni" responsible He had been in Lexington for severlooks as neat as a new pin. C. A. Hawkins, J. man who could possibly offer who would positions. After lie had finished his al days on business and whilst there T. C. Vaughan, Walton Parrent, Willie Domaree, bo so accoptablo to this county, or who school days, he was employed by Si 1. imbibed too much bamboozle juice, James Finney, Christmas tree ornaments at How- and on arriving at B. C. Mershon, P Ivinean, at Cincinnati', as order could so nearly get its unanimous Uatton ho either W. J. O'Counell, A. W. Hudson, ard Bros. A'excs, December 6. clerk at his large coal elevator. In fell or jumped off and had his lunacy Simpson Wood, B. O'Connell, Ed. the fall of the same year he was Richard Hutch, Mrs. Driscoll, mother of the late organ sprained badly. Bell is a Joe Handy, offered the position as in is a Republican of the J. M. Moore, clever man but Thomas Hutch, Tioga. Dan. Driscoll, while on her way to worst kind. Zeke is sorry for his M. S. tiie Lincoln Club, which lie accepted A. Scroggins, Urban, John and tilled with such success that ho attend the funeral of her neighbor, wife and children, but would have Daniel Sanford, Thomas Brewer, jr., No thanks to the faithless gents, of won the respect of all who knew him, Mrs. John O'Conner, on Wednesday shed no tears if lie had been I wont Dick Brewer, J. B. Dunken, Jacksonville, who withheld my last and when he resigned that position Amos Gilbert, Enoch Brewer, morning, fell on the icy pavement on say what. reports from the Roundabout. in December, 18S1, to .accept tho Levi Baker, L. S. Wartield, north St. Clair street, and fractured Wanted (my tier Shelby County J. P. Alford, Tracy's Eclectic School, at Fair-vie- Principalship of the Frankfort ColorAmbrose Polsgrovo, Court.) is at length crowded to excess, ed Public School, the Directors 0f her hip bone. Honry Brewer, J. I' Dunken, John J. Gilbort, and still fresh pupils arrive from all said Club endeavored to pursuadehim A largo size magnifying glass, for G. Bobbitt, not to resign. But, feeling that no Lowis Yount, quarters daily. the purpose1 of viewing the turn R. Turner, Personal. was called to assist in the Joseph Gilbert, pikes recently made and received by J. S. Roberts, Tho first snow of the season fell of his race, at the age of 11) elevation V. B. Yount, years he said court, to ascertain whether or Thomas Long, (!th of last month to the took charge Miss Addie Lawler, of 'Chicago, is here on the Leaner Yount, of the Public School of not there has been any metal nut on John R. Flood, visiting friends in this city. depth of two inches, and the ther- this city, which, at that time, was Silas Hardin, said roads. None but those imviug Cornelius Talor, mometer registered 10 degiees above only classified and very imperfectly I. N. Hiett, J. F. Clark, Col. W. Lallue Thomas, of Louiss instruments need apply. Willett Dowdon, zero Stivers, Jack disciplined. He at once set to work ville, is in the city. One of said court is now at this place, Thomas Brewer, sr., D. J. Bailey, While cruel winter is now making on the task before him, and, in five who will inspect said instruments Benjamin Ralph, Mrs. M. J. Lewis left Thursday W. N. Bishop, its annual visit, farmers would do years, lie has succeeded in bringing morning for a visit to her son in and nWo. vouchors for same, which J. W. Wodkins, J. K. Peyton, well to be merciful to the lower ani- our Frankfort Colored Public School will be paid promptly in the year 18!)b. John Dunlap, Riel Clark, Louisville. up to the standard of Louisville and mals by housing and feeding them. Say to my friend D. M. Woodson James Moore, Allen Jeffs, Mrs. Lucy Evans is visiting her that lie had better come to this part Jacob F. Owen, other good graded common schools. Isiah Cox, The dwellings of W. L. Lee, of His reputation as a teacher daughter, Mrs. Walter Evans, in In- of Shelby and learn how to make John Cox, James McDaniel, Bald Knob, ami of Charles Brawuer, educator among his people hasand an dianapolis, Indiana. spread pikes. W. A. Moscoo, J. M. Arnold, ot otoney ureeu, were recently deiar ano wioe, and Levi Brawden, Dick Bneett, Mrs. M. II. Wayts, who has been stroyed by lire. The buildings were one of our leading he is recognized as Religious. young men in the Isaac Smith, John Clark, ill for the past two months, is impartly insured. State. He has been twice elected as Robert Preston, G. W. Ncal will preach his last John Cofford, proving slowly, Capt. Thomas Hunter, the zealous the Grand Master over !l,S10 memF. E. Lowis, discourse at the Christian Church, Henry Smith, Mrs Cinnie Green, of Clarksville, near Hutton, next Lord's day. Rufus Dinklo, R. P. Cheatham, school superintendent, delivered an bers of tho Grand United Order of Willis Jonkins, impressive lecture to the pupils at Odd Fellows of Kentucky. His stern Tennessee, spent Tuesday in tiiis city, George is a good preacher and de- G. R. Stivers, Wilbort Stivers, the guest of Airs. Geo. F Berry. Fairview. He said, "I will visit tiie and unwavering conduct and princi serves a great deal of credit, and will Samuel Mays, W. M. Coble, George Goins, indigent parents at their firesides and ple has won tor him the confidence Woods and wife re- make his mark in the religious T. C. Wallace, Dr. John D. William Polsgrove, beseech them to send their children and respect of his host of friends in turned Tuesday evening from a visit world. Dr. J. A. Sullivan, Jas. R. Brawuer, to school " Frankfort and elsewhere. Ho is a Look out Campbellitcs, Baptists, W. P. Lowis, to relatives in Mis of several weeks John Rossell, married man, and, now at the age of Methodists and Catholics. The devil F. M. Moore, sissippi. Miss Eliza Moore, tho beautiful 21 years, has R. P. Blackaby, wide field before him, with all his artillery will bo after young princess of Mooroland, is at which, shoulda his thoughts continue T. A. Cook, Mrs. M. It. Cromwell, of this coun- you about the 25th of the present A. J. Quiro, present a devout student at the Ec- and his services be as good in Loouidas Dinklo, ty, who has been dangerously ill for month, iveep your eyes peeled about Jas. R. Ellis, .the R. J. W. Semones, lectic Institute. Miss Moore is one future as that in past two weeks, is slowly improv- that time, run from any man you see M. H. Ellis, past, conthe D. P. Polsgrovo, L. Smith, of the few lovely creatures who fident that when the has we are at ing. lie arrived with a bottle. L. W. Lowis, P. O. Ctiiun, hearken to the voice of wisdom and middle age bo will be able to look Tho devil ployed smash with two T. J. Lowis, Conway, Joo Mr. John E Cain, Sergeant-u- t reject flattery. back with pride over a rich field of his L. R. Conway, Arms of the Superior Court, left yes- deacons and a great many of the com- William Davis, Mr. Obanon Sudduth opens a new cultivation. mon sheen last Christmas. There is L. P. Mooro, W. S. Moore, terday for his home in Arlington, store at the Sudduth Sulphur Springs. It is hoped, for tho benefit of tho L. T. Black, Carlisle county, to spend the holidays. a firm called Tom and Jerry. Don't W. T. Goins, He will also build u hospice tor inva- rising youths of our city, that what patronize them. There Is ono Mr. James Rosscll, J. W. Magrudor, Miss Emma Moore, who has been Egg Nogg who will down you as J. W. Webber, lids which will be open for tho recep ever changes may occur in the manM. H. Smith, tho guest of Miss Birdello Bedford wen. M. B. Morgan, tion of guests about tiie middle of agement of our schools, that FrankChurloy Wallaco, fort will be able to keep in her pub-li- e and Mrs. O. R. Crutcher, has returnJune. Just to show you wlint whisky F. M. Coniiway, sr., J. Mooro, work Mr. T. Clark, ed to her home at Georgetown. will do, there is a man near here, E. L. Hulett, Mr. James P. Moort, the King of with possiblyMayq, who Is indorsed, William Quire, jr., a few who is a member of the church, who J. W. Gilpen, V. B. Moody, Esq., editor of tho Moorelaud, has one of the most com- all our colored citizens.exceptions, by William Smith, Jesse Moore, County Local, and Richard says ho is ready tor the Savior to G. W. Chambers, Henry plete grist mills in Kentucky. The W. D. Hughes, In our next letter we shall give an olUceis carpeted and heated by steam, Godson, Esq., editor of tho Midway come at any time; that he Is sinless; W. T. Hales, Leonidas Ruckor, account of the progress in the Frankot the Yeo- who drank so much of Frankfort's 0. M. Sanford, Clipper, attended tho sale while he keeps a large supply of rich fort colored school, as the writer Is u J. R. Fears. mean whisky that ho came very near J. D. Moore, man Office material on Thursday. meal on hand ready for his numer- constant visitor of said school, Joo Byan, and dying? Young men take warning. Harvio LeCompte, L. B. Witt, ous customers. CinMr. John Lloyd and family, of has a very good knowledge of its So good-by- e dear nephuw. My Samuel Chambers, J. J. Smith, management. cinnati, are in the city visiting rela- next will be from Craw. My lovo to F. M. Conway, jr., J. W. Cook, The Grand Union Sunday-schoo- l tives, and will spend the Christmas Hlnes, Richards, Hewitt and Knott. Luther Black, There will be public exercises at will close its doors tor tne season on W. T. Harper, holidays with Captain G. V. lleoclc Sunday evening, Dee. 12 During the school on Dee. 2:1(1 and 21th, and From your Uncle, C. T. Peyton, J. A. Peters, and family. tho past five months this school has everybody is invited to attend. Zeke Yocum. Dennis Brewer, Georgo Brewer, d. Gov-erne- or De-hone- y rolia-grad- - vote.-Amlers- 1 book-keep- er first-clas- It n- t - P KBAMFORT KOUNDAHUUT.iFor Watered at the post-ollle- c us second-elus- s mailable matter. at Frankfort, Kentucky, GEORGE A. LEWIS. EcLitoe Col. K. a.neL 18, 1880. FKANKFOUT. DECKMHHR C. a3 Dr. W. I. Kclley, of Cincinnati, is at the Capital Hotel ready to We are authorized, to announce receive and treat patients suffering E. H. TAYLOR, JR., as a candi- from any of the diseases which he date to represent Franklin County makes a specialty of treating. . in the next Legislature, subject to E. Power has Acme, Eureka, New the action of the Democratic par- York Club, Sherley and Barney it ty. Berry skates. Price from r0 cents to-da- y, representative. SANTA -j&.r. registered a morning. Wont's thermometer above zero Thursday per pail up. Just one week until Christmas. Messrs. Brnwner & Collins, contractors, completed the South Frankfort sewer on Tuesday. It. One of the largest and hest assorted .lohn I., totrutt of Frankfort and all persons havHarris will present them, stocks of fancy goods, suitable for ing claims aihisttosaid said attorney. As I desire my properly proen. at due to Christmas presents, to he seen in the to settle up the trut paid once, all claimsJanuary, vitorwETon of the wild Harris, and not bythollrst of lfcS7, Mill be collected by suit. city is at the drug store of Jos. LeABUAHAM MUFFIN, Assignee. Mr. Phil.Selbert, the erterprising Compto. He has everything in UyJohnL. Scott, Att'y. FAMOUS GEN. HARRIS COLOGNE that St Clair street jeweler, is again on line the heart could wish for. .Step ANDtime with an unrivaled stock of in there and take a look before you Jfcr .LP,, rr--i. 1.N1 L watches, jewelry and silverware for make your purchases. The accomL'COMPTE'S HANDSIKOOTHER. FRAME COTTA. the holidays. If you want a hand-son- n modating young gentlemen who hold A street, South Frankfort,NO. 7lJ, ON 8 CI10S3 containing moiu.h, rl present for your.sweetheart you forth there will take pleasure In cellar, and small garden Inquire of K. C. Slaughter adjoining the property. TUOS. FAUMKli. cannot fail to find it in his establish- showing the goods, even if you don't Dee. ment. He will, as usual give three wish to purchase. CHEAP i'LOUlt. handsome presents to his customers, Mr. 11. Stewart Oaylo offers a A COTTAGE OF THREE KOOMS AND KITCH-r- . COMPTOX each purchaser to the amount of five & MAC It LIN, en, dollars having a chuncd to receive double tenement house in South street. lot fill by am feet, located on Conway Market street, nro selling allgradeu of Hydrant and ood cisone of them. Frankfort for sale in another column. tern In South Franktort. the yard. For terms apply at this ofllee. -- store oi mt. lcuiuie uapmaii, ami will return to this city the first of January and take charge of his new business. His brother, Mr. Casper Gayle, will fill his place in the drug store of Messrs. Gayle A: Julian in Mt. Sterling. Dr. D. Drake Carter, a distinguished physician and surgeon, of VerThe venerable Row Philip S. Fall sailles, Ivy , died in that place, on has been engaged to conduct the morn- Sunday last. ing services at the Christian Church A young man from Louisville visuntil a pastor is called by that coniting in this city was knocked down gregation. . and robbed often dollars in the alley Mr. Henry II. Ferguson, a gentle- by the depot, Sunday night. man well known in this city and county, died at his home in Scott Kev. Dr. J. T. Hendrick, of the county, on Thursday, the JUh inst., Southern Presbyterian Church, exchanged pulpits Willi Dr. Kinnaird, ace.l about 78 years of Midway, hist Sunday. Misses Sal lie Chinn and Eleanor Misses Maria and Lizzie Pepper Woods have been elected teachers at Institute by the gave a progressive euchre party to a the Feeble-minde- d Board of Directors, the former to fill number of their young friends, on a vacancy and the latter as addition- Wednesday evening, which was very much enjoyed by all present. al teacher. See those handiron brass fire setts, The election for three School Trus- coal hods, coal vases, brass and coptwo weeks tees will be held y per tea and coffee pots, suitable for the first Saturday in January. Two Christmas presents, and the most of the present Board will doubtless artistic sfoves in the market, at E. and Power's store. be candidates for perhaps numerous others will be on Mr. Mike Buckley, contractor, will the track. have his portion of the work on the The City Council, at the meeting City School Building completed by on Tuesday night, directed the City the first of January, but the heating Clerk to prepare a list of the tlelin- - IllllM.rttua will not be ready by that quent and place it in the tlmo. hands of the Citv Marshal for the Itev. George Darsie and wife arrivcollection of taxes at tlie election for Suhool Trustees to be held on the first ed in Boston on Wednesday of last Chester week, and have located at Saturday in .January. square In a card ordering his Hound-aiiou- t Mr. John Stout, a former Frankfort sent to that address, he says boy and a brother to Mrs. Lou. Can- "we are well but homesick." non and Mrs. Sarah Luckett, of this The material of tiie Yeoman office, city, was pilot of the steamer J. M. together with the good will and name White, which was burned on the Mississippi river, Monday night, of the paper, was sold on Thursday about fifty lives being lo.it. He was by W. C. Herndon, Special CommisJob badly burned in getting out of the sioner, to the Courier-JournPrinting Company for $0,.'J(I0. pilot house into the river, but escaped alive. On Tuesday night a thief went to the stable of Mrs. Imicillu Chi'in, in Mr. J. W. Gayle, formerly with the rear of her residence on BroadMr. Joe LeCompto in the drug busi- way, bored out the staple of the hasp ness, but now of Mt. Sterling, has u.iti.ii r.w, miI fiw. ,),i,ti. , ,1.,, i,,,w) ;f , ii;iiii--.tiiw nwiyi , ii I ii l in rliu Ipiwi' tiiinii itirjii iii-itim, ' ,i " , ? and drove off a fat cow belonging to ""r w v. to-da- During the lust month eight funerals have taken place from the Catholic Church in this city. No other medicine has won for itself such universal approbation in its own city, state, and country, and among all people, as Ayer's Sarsapa-rillTt is the best combination of vegetable blood purifiers, with the Iodide of Potassium and Iron, ever offered to the public. a. MoCLTJ flMHEinEV 09flSEnZ If g&BPJzA with four rooms, all newly papered and painted, and water in the house, located on Conway street. For terms apply to Mrs. M. B. Wayts, next door. A clear head is indicative of good health and regular habits. When the body feels languid, and the mind works sluggishly, Ayer's Cathartic Pills will assist to a recovery of physical buoyancy and mental vigor. The constipated should use them. Fon Bknt. A cottage R. K M cCLURE Has a full and complete stock of- - Gift Books, gib DIKU. At hts home In tills county, on Sunday night. December 12. lSWi, Homeht Stone, after n brief Illness with pneumonia. In this city, on Tuesday morning, December 14, ISS'j, Mrs. Mauy O'Co.nnek, wife ot John O'Con-neKbii. oy Books, r, POETICAL BOOKS, in OR r A FUAME COTTAGE, KACH UNI) containing four rooms,, lot 75 by 1112 feet, located on Cross street, formerly the property of Mrs. Frances Campbell. Will sell either portion or H. S. OAYLE. as a whole. DOL'llLE Dee. SALE. Xmas Cards, Blocks, Games, Etc. Other useful presents, such as For terms apply to II. It. Williams. lb-tr- . CHRISTMAS UMBRELLAS. ALL THE NOVELTIES OF Silk Umbrellas, Pocket Books, Pen Knives, tax-paye- rs I 7-- 1 THE SEASON. Slippers, &c. J". PEICES LCW. GEORGE CROSS, MANUFA GTUJiEli, LOUISVILLE, it "WILSON, J. IfEJISmST, al 11-t- f. IFOIEe 't. S-A.1L.B! 413 Fourth Avenue, Old Weitzel Hotel Building, opposite State Capitol, - A SPLENDID FAMILY und harness. Call on Dec. HORSE, I'HAETON Mangan A Darnell or I), L, SUHLETT. KY. al 2TOTIOE. M holders of the Capital Ous and metric Lluht Company will be held at .said company's office on the City of Kr.mkrort, on January 10th. lb7, for the election of a President and a Hoard of four directors, and lor the of such other business as may be brought belore the meeting. LINDaEY, Dee. loth, lseli. Trest. 0. G. & E. L. Co, tram-actio- TENDERS HIS PROFES-slonservices to hlsold friend.'; and others In .Dec. Frankfort and vicinity. fcSmMt Housekeepers, Attention! IF YOU WANT NICE . til,. ""....;;. o.i UGHT IiltEAD, USE '.5rtf.aCa'!Js4ltv"-.'- SSJ . -P 1T..'t " . w.tt..wzx2?;. iro'. . it i LeCOMPTE'S 1 ' ' ... .1 V ,ly .(" .'jt.Afoi;$ I...K. Mr. Thomas Jioarn, .staple back and left then drove the 18S(i, the door as se- ON TIIE8TH OFofDECEMBER, made SOL. a irencivl inerehant Franktort. assignment to me lor the uenellt of all hid credicurely fastened as when he found it. tors. All persons Indebted to Sol. Harris will please make immediate payment to my attorney, ASSIGNEE NOTICE. BAKING POWDER! .ViA '$?&&! tZ. - . - - '.'??".&;?. iifftJtS&Kssg zz V.i. mm M Prepared and FOIt SALE ONLY, by Joseph LeCompte -- wtc "OH. T.E.SMITH, An 1H-- ATTEjrriON! Flour, AT Till'. Eminent; Specialist in All Clironie Diseases Peculiar to Jtoth OK SALE. SUCCESSFULLY TREATS Catarrh, Deafness, Dee. lB-t- :v . John Gilrey, a brakeman on the freight train which arrived in this city at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, fell from the top of one of the cars in the cut just this side of .Mr. V. h. Collins' farm, one mile and a half west of this city, alighting on his Iiead, the fall crushing his skull, and a oortion of his left foot was tut oil by the cars passing over it. The engineer seeing his laniern fall stopped the train and search was made for him, when he was picked up in an insensible condition, brought to this city, and died at the Capital Hotel in a short time after his arrival. Ho had been running for some time on the C. O. it Southwestern J toad hut was making his first trip over this portion of the h, A N. Here-side- d at Fourteenth and Maple streets, Louisville, and was a married man, his wife being a sister of ill's. John O'ConnellJr , of this county. An inquest was hold Wednesday morning by Coroner I'hythian and a verdict returned in accordance with the above facts. Goose hones, like men, differ as to the weather. We have seen another one which gives in cold weather until the middle of January. 1843. 1886. Meal, &c, 1'IllGKS: Asthma and Neuralgia. DISEASES OF TIIE rot.l.OWINC UNHKAKDOr i Christmas afternoon. Through the liberality of the management each lady and child attending will be presented with a I'hrist.ims present. Jteserved seats now on sale. Prices: Kentftow s "Jolly I'athhmlcrs" appeared before a crowded house during the entire L ,,.,.,.t-n. 'l'l.- ,..,.,! i"--r..,..,i..,t - o i "b""-w -" ",-"--; hie one, entitled ".Scrap-,,and is die .souree u consitera i e nniiiseineiit mw ridiculous complications. The culilire of the company is good, eacli member contributing to the general fund of meirimeul in a thoroughly competent and entertain, injj innnuer. A matinee will be jjiven -.1 " musical comedy organization, lamoti.-throiiKliout tliocnst, norlli iiimI nortli- west, will visit Knmkl'ort Wedue-.day, Dec. 2. This party is one of NIXON, OF CINC1N-SMITH the best in the profession, and has 'pitKFinJIOl' havhiK established an agency In natl, Ohio, an enviahle reputation every carried tankfort' desires to call the attention or the their thoroughly pianos. where lor the relinou and elegant, public to "WhiiEu," fou mm quality of nil: at tin same lime, mirthful tone, combined with durability and and. character ot its programme, Jts of action, ts acknowledged by artists of note un music is said to he superb. OI tile surpasseil, Tho "Kranlcli iVltaeh," forpurllyof tone and people and play the St. Louis Critic, elegance of ilulnli, thorouKhuess and perfection of their new overstrung scale, ranks them among J)ec. 21, No. ii, says: tho foremost piano:) or Itentfrow's Jolly Pathfinders, a HOLIDAY I PRICES! s A-- 1 "L. V. C," best patent, $2.60. "BEAU. Byes, Heals Fancy patent. TV. ' second 2.40. XXXX, 2.00 XX, Superficial and Internal, removed without MirmYaE Straight, .$2.10 Sl.60. (irahnnt Flour, $2.50. lluckwheat operation. Vision restored or money refunded. Flour, $3.60. Meal, 15 cents per peck. Consultation and trial treatment free Hay, 80 cents per bale. Corn, 50 cents per ST1TT HOUSti, VtiKSAILLlM. bushel. O.V.s, 40 cents per bushel. at roc!; bottom prices. Remember Patients will bo promptly attend.Mill-fee- d d Gink, toets, ilrst-clas.- COMPTON & MACKLIN. Dec. 4, 1880-tf- . House. ON ed at their homos, day or niffht. Leave orders at ofHco of Stitfc Till: VIKHT MONDAY IS li.VCII MONTH I WIL1 IIU AT "P.U. MAJOK,, ATTORNKY 'AT I. W A. For ten years my slht has been uradually falling left oyo has been blind for sears from n nuiihm uunvaieu. Also utu Kurtz- IT TILL I'HACTJUK IN THE CIIICUIT COUIITS paralysis or thu optic nerve. eljht Williams, of Dr. j man, Jlelsler it Son, and others, ami all llrst- - VV of Fianklhi, Carroll, (iallatlu, ileoiie, Owen Cincinnati, mid Dr. Uoidsteln, of Louisville, pro nounced it Six ?iuuww. akiiuiiu uui u i iiisieiuu can uo and Grant counties, In tho Court of Appeals, and commenced Incurable. case, weeks aco Dr. amltli Justice to pianos, we have heleeted J. O. MAUElt In thu Federal Court. to treat my ami at this dato I can as our local aeut and solicit your patronage .Sljy-tread with my left eo without glasses, und' my through him. slk'lit Is almost completely restored. SMITH tt NIXON. MUS. .INO. O. UODOEUS, Instriimenls sold on tho Installment plan at Versailles, ICy , moderate and siieclally holiday prices. A daughter of .Mrs. Wlllanw. Dee. My f. 11-t- f. it Son "Opera." There Is no tvtho public that has valued such ni: i"iiNiii mi imimi in. Mimiuri u iiiid mi mo- upera. Tho 1'eek Iiihtru-mentkuo- the ae. Kit A N KFOHT, 1C V., BUHR'S HOTEL, FRANKFORT. To whom it nniy oncerii: I."OTf. LOIKiE. NO. C MEETS UVEItY MON day night. Visiting brothers cordially Invited LEE A. OWEN, N. (i. .1. It. Wilmamh, Sec. April 17-t- f. Blue Grass Nurseries, FOR FALL OF 1S8G. AFL'LL Jm-kbo- cents; Dress Circle, 50 cents; IJalcouy, 2ii cents. 75 Parquette, LINE OF FItUIT AND OltNAMENTAL Dr. Hhukburn's reBldenee, with larwo yard, mn-d(irupcWncH, Small Frulta, Asparagus stables, Plants, and everything usually found In such 1111 ern terminus horse and cow lots, situated at southof Lukmi stree , Kouth Frankfort. establishment. Our prices are an low us no sell Possession Klu'ii December li ;. For terms, direct to thu planters, having 110 agents. All Apply to claiming to be such are frauds. Calalouues 011 apII. F. HILLHNMEYEH, plication to "NN' FiuNKrairr, KY., Nov. 13, 18B0.,'"ANK Lexlugtlou, Ky. Oct. Win. en, fa.H.: . .M.kiiaAiiU2lftifatiAii inmiw ."t r T rrnwSfw 'T"" ".'Plfr ip" Ji' nunxranca castaaa inr.irjw.viitruBBW tsMTiyirj'sinffla3,mTC5tvTOiownrTiri!iie ; wmi.vi.:u:jjjjJxaz2Bsras2srxz,tiM iwvjmmv. uutfumi 8Huwi.tiMimijj : TT H i?r ttie za:.AuT7"E Eh Xj3s3-yk w ja. jl. NKN 1A JSL-- di 4 1 Vi T Ik .. E .A. Mi -- L JLXjLjL R ! m JLJ JLjLJI d x rlii &L-.4 i ,JjLkyj. JLJLJUJJL kj MI u ro stocz: or i'i n psarn 'jl lM Ir i 1 it K"4Sj CgI 21ur irll R. flvVa (9 Mi krsafe fflfc IV a tt If h U M L&2&22JSJHW Sill Umbrellas, Neckwear, Silk Suspenders, And other goods especially selected for the Christmas trade. SIL K HANDKERCHIEFS AT 50 C, 75 C 1 25 Dozen Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs at 15 cents. 25 Dozen Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs at 25 cents. 25 Dozen Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs at 33 cents. --5NM0MIC11 ft OO Each.1- Shihts, Lmjndhibd or Unlmjnmibd, $jt.O0 1.50 to $3.50 each. 1 j Silk Mufflers from Bear in mind that we will not be undersold, but guarantee to duplicate the lowest prices of an house in town. Hudson, Humphries SkiUUJMtMUItXNllHI llUjrurt.iuiLii aQffQ ""WrTHYITI'AIII'iWi'UJt'llt FttANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, FRANKFORT, DECEMBER IS, 188G. Three pounds canned apples, five A line line of Rodgers' j)ockct cents per can, at Waggoner'.. ;it. Gray Ji Church. knives sit Plated nut crackers and picks, spoons and forks at (J ray A- Church's. - T. Reading's largo assortit. . ment of fancy china and glassware is Fresh oysteis in bulk and in cans, si ill unbiokcn, and tho.e who como .1. Hr,i:NT.Y'.s. also line celery at first will have first choice. lie is prices, and inselling at Go to Gray it Church on Main vites all to come and examine his stieet for cheap tin ware. here. stock before pin chasing Mr. "NV. rock-bottom els-e- Ladies will sao money by purable. chasing a Seal Sacque from us. Our goods are guaranteed London Jo. IiCeompte can always be relied JUee o cents a pound, prunes Scents dye, and we will sell them under upon to carry in stock the purest and best good- -, ami sustain the reputa-- ' a pound, best family Hour &.M)() per Louisville or Cincinnati prices. lion of being active, pushing and re- -' KK) pounds, bacon and lard 8. cents 11-J. JL. & W.J I Wagokxku liable, by reommending articles with a pounil, at Waggoner's, on IJroad- until January 1st only, for well established merit and such as AA for. ej)0.lU Rogers triple plated knives are popular. Having the agency UN-- 1 Will receive next Monday another and forks, per dozen at Philip Sel- - the celebrated Dr. King's New coverv ior consumniion. coins aucu it. hogshead of open kettle New Orleans oert's, inejeweier. coughs, will sell it on postive guaransugar, 20 pounds for $1.00. Three valuable presents given tee. It will surely care any and J. IlKF.XKV. away as Usual by Philip Selbert, tho every affection of throat, lungs, or chest, and in order to prove our Jeweler. It. Largest stock of candy in the city, claim, we ask you to call and get a stick and mixed candy 10 cents a Hay, corn, oats and mill feed, at Trial Bottle Free. Q' wholesale and retail, at j ouud, al Waggoner's, the Broadway COMl'TOX & MAC'KLIN'S Keep your house warm by buying street grocer. weather strips from Gray ic Church, Compton it Macklin will hereafter no humbug, retail a"s well as wholesale anything hardware merchants, on Alain street. J. lleeney advertises hesellsjustns ho advertises. Try him. in their line. A nice Christmas gift for your boy, Gray it Church, For raisins, currants, prunes, cit- a pair of skates, from Main street. A present of a silver thimble given rons, figs, dates, nuts, candies and hurdwato house, on with every cash sale from $1.00 and apples, go to Waggoner's, .Market Tr 'out of Foils' ith lienilnehe, stomach V. B. Gr.own:'s. street grocer. upward, at ilNio ler, tin plil Uvcr. jimii1 in b.U'lcnr slilr, See the tun cent counter at Uros. YVeit-zel Alawka Seal Sacqiies. viiAxn Sores, Ulcers, Salt htahii.l Mltli to aUim; . in t o li ir Ic t f.u.h mtni: iki.k. lvheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped It niir 'torokiopcr i n ifnln'MH to A .I Tf)."ri! IMIIim'HMf lot h iol!m"n!i nuiNn"'. of no Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all ypggemreHflgcsag.?aBra S7 KkiuKruplions, and positively cures Pile.- -, or no pay reouired. It is guar- FarmeiN havingTeal good butcher, C3 an teed to give periect satisfaction, or money i el muled. Price 25 cents per stulfon hand, widen they wish to sell, will receive the highest market prices box. For &alo by Joe LeCompte. DEALMt by calling on Mack Salvers, 223 .Main 38M g n crew pj 5 a T H H B Active, Piisliiiiis: and XJLeli- - street Cuts, Bruises, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Tin: Best Saiam: in the world for "fish None rrnulno itf anlf mto your monov on a pnm or rnfbcr coat. UnliMilutoly ir.i(roiiil t f'ti'i:oMinil Mill kppp vou Aktortlio,,ri'ilI JIKAND" surKK'iiiniltnknnootiipr. PHii Ilon't il"""-tntlr m m ri23 fflfa terarcolGcci 0 uwa B:st i w Hla II rru purnrr Is TUB H Ever Made. T'.-- i il ROGERS -I.N- fi-l-t- 2t. S" I li m UBeBB I .S 1 B B vHt 0 BBLj 11 OOTTTMB, &C. onuee Uj-'J O In and Window FJstnra ! A SPECIALTY. ! 3IA1N STltKET, MUXKrORT. KY All the latcit tIi' furiilturo coiihtiintly in itock May Mi. gPr ' 1 . Ml"! Mil intmi f m Maj FOR PlTCSiSR'S Saa.ittvo Pillo i!io Remember the fact that J. lleeney tiffctrowi'si lv- to! i i.ov l.wilwill and vlgoi . til A lutt' s pocket keeps the be.it and fresheat fruits for A nice present, a as he only knife, from Gray it Church, "cutlers." cakes, etc., holidays. handles them during the !o-.- Dec. ll-:i- t. 'ic . iH'tfU - el ni ' 1 1 .o t.ital. Out.' !! icliff, Mwmmmm . first-clas- Mstepw Ml Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain-Ciu'world 1ms ever known. er lit. . tho "ii Fon Ki:xt. Olllcc rooms oppoPower has the best and cheapest site Court House. Apply to Alvin weatherstrips in the market. Duvall Sr. 10. When Itaby was sick, wo garo lior Clitoris, Whou alio wai a CliiM, alio cried for Cuitoria, When bIio becaino Mls, slio clung to Caatoria, Whou eho had Childrau, oho gave thoiu CaatorU, SWBi A present of a silver thimble given See Gray it Church's big line of with every cash sale from $1.00 and line Butcher Knives. W. B Gi:ouai:s. upward, at Gray it Church have the best 11 'It. Bee. Butcher Knives in the market. -.- WEAKfUNDEVELOPED l'niNoctni'tniMN Hiivr.Ni.mi:ii i'i:vi:u , VHjMj,.iii"iit limp run in our nnri'r lll'h rl.w l I 111' M. I Ml Sh l Hi-- ik mi iiilprwilninnl. O. ''" " ' ' MMMVfUUkM?tMM4 'I'll II 1ll ir and examine our line of lowest prices. to buy holiday presents in Christmas toys; A. Where II. VA(i(soxi:it. watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware Choice buckwheat flour, $:i.0 per Ac., at greatly reduced prices. IOvery hundred, at thing guaranteed as represented. CoMi'i'O.v it Mack ltx's. W. li. CIkohhi:, Dec. Alain St. Jeweler. Waggoner, Market street grocer, has a full line of Christinas toys at Skates at bottom prices at Gray & rock bottom prices. Call on him, 2t. Church's. and get prices. Call U-.- ')t. Just To Remind You Uiccbtioii, sluk huadacho ab tlumsMuls testify. Dauserl A lU'Ii'ftv'ilcoldorcoupTi inaj or other futu! Stronjj'a Pectoral PiilT 'ilrun' : i old as ly mnu.lv. liiM iliiui; tor Uj siicpal.i.iii load u l'iii,iiiiioiiln,'oniiiniptl(in xtxiiil IhU wmli nv inn! Hiwr On lnlLf-ic- il liiimU lmtnrHl. iiroiiiiiiiv cat i,iIhi cirriili--i itivln.t nil imitlriiliiiNi, liv H.l.iminn h my, . .Mum-iiI'n , ilmt ilii S.N tnlwiii Hhk. lliwrnnlriiry.lh"mtvHrttriirw vrT In rnniv in In, mi. n nilnnin nt liiimiunf If you want a good juicy steak, sweet hams, bacon or lard go to Mack Salyer's store, No 22;i Main street, Br. Duvall's residence. oppo.-it-e fll-t- f. HIABEGO 2C0 PAGES. Illu'tratdl, in Cllh aiulOlll llliiillng.uv. iiijMivj vi i uuiji. ruiiK,iiinriuitTi z.x uim jiOi) Ulin Al.t. tlic iiir!ou,iluuUliiU.rIiiiiil(Itlvi'Winittiiklinw. roll. l.Ul.'i,,!..,'rJ' 'A'.T'."1!"' ' ll liil' niiolloii.ilKI.TII, lit ll'TV ami II U'l'IM-i- ur. irtiuotcil liy lit oilyi wli'J limy iluriy, who not, win t .Mullnl All. wlicn mciiuarv, uruiijihtlioiiietoyoii. AiMtomUrful I'JS I'UTI'IUS, Irui lo llti!. uuiik or nlil, m or ilnito, tick or hi II. iliouiil u. pcih Kiifimy urf. WMI 1 1 IER. St. Louis. Mo- - mtmMmA.mtmtmlFilAXVMVfiki I T fill ll I) III i iifcn LINE OV French prunes, fresh llys, London layer raisins, California peaches, all kinds of nuts, Atmore's mince meat, ite., at J. Hi:i:xi:y's. lb'e Gents' Furnishing Goods, In Stock, and nil Kinds of tnl wi.i;iilliavi.YA.lutluiu YWTUUUUfcil Shirts Made to Order. : '' . 9 tw.t.".'j)WfULiii.DBt'u.w:.,.L.wV.u..j, A- ' Holiday Presents! Ip uiwm 'AwmaKiwjrm'g.uum !' ".' ' ! - j t.ij ; i xAmjrjiMUJXAXMmM nL'-ai- mm H Y m JhA .Ana, h J ewelerT titiHJ HAS JUST RECKIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF n 5 j :1I 8 a u & W 18111! i VL m 0H ephri li i MS nn i &h Watches. SOLID SILVER WARE, STERLING FINE, SILVER PLATED WARE Clocks of Every Description i d. IKEaa-ives- BEST MANUFACTURE IN THE COUNTRY, 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 neatly executed. Look at some of the prices: Toisit Solid. Silver .merican Stem T7s7"inciirLgr "Watcles, onlv $ie.OO; IToiar 0ULib.ce "W"atcla.es from $20 to 150 ; IDia,ncio:n.d. IKIaa.g's from $4.00 u.p ; IfcTilsel Solid. G-ol- d. G-ol- d. -- I Clocksfrom $1.00 to $5.00; IKog'ers' Triple-plateSterling Fine Solid. Silver, $1.75 per 0-io.nce; , Solid.S $3.50 per IDozl; 25 c. I And articles too numerous to mention at rock bottom Cash Prices. of Charge. Tliree Fine Presents Given Away as Usual. Nov. 27-4- t. All articles purchased at my store Engraved Free SKE233BIG CLOCK, St. Clair Street. REMEMBER THE PLACE, PHILIP SELBERT, :f,:e3.:it:e::fio:e2t, tie jeaftto, zeujti'ttokz'S"- - Ready for the Fight! No Quarter Given or Asked ! High Prices Slaughtered Without Mercy in our Large Stock of Holiday Goods. We are prepared to show our lady customers a most complete line of fine linen and silk handkerchiefs; and also an elegant line of gentlemen's handkerchiefs, which we will sell at astonishingly low prices in order to enahle all to purchase. l i mufflers and SILK UMBRELLAS AND MUFFS. Gold handled, silk covered umbrellas, and a fine line of black and gray muffs sold cheap. ', Towels an4 Fancy Goods. Our line of fancy stamped linen goods and fine towels is well selected, and we also have a complete line of silks, cheniles, and arosene, and fancy tidies, both in woolen and pongee effects. CLOAKS AT COST. We have about 100 ladies' and children's cloaks in all styles, which we concluded to place at the disposal of the public at cost prices. goods before buying elsewhere, Call and examine our N. B, We desire to call attention to the fact that after the Holidays we intend to close out our entire stock. WEITZEL & O'DONNELL. jlfZr n-- - j immwBWEmjimi!,iiuM hiwju s waBUjujMuiijuif.nvi 'one tho flno reserve of Iter nature, its ns tlio came down tho choir-stepACII01R-SINGK1- L lovely Sunday morning, having sung womanly dignity and pride. Sho called me. Oh. help me? help mo to live. THE CHURCHES OF MOSCOW. themselves into heaven for a while on up all her htrengthat last, in a desperate You know how hard it is how impossible it seems that joy or hopo can evei i ffort. A City r Splrno, llonim, ami Mlnurets Thcro is two sides to every question, Haydn's exquisite strains. "Wayzcl wmc again!" pronounco it? His "I must leave you here," she said, stopWoiHlori of tlio Kremlin. as the bet of reason demonstrates; hut Wetzel? how do you "You havo given joy and hope' to me, Millie Pirot, try ns she might, eoulil find flist nnmo is Gustavo- isn't it pretty? ping suddenly at a corner. "1 I havo f know' he said, in a low, happy voice I am informed that thero aro in Mosonly one side lo the question of her en- and such a voice! Dear me, I grudgo to noino business to do I will sav irood- - "I am willing to wait for lovo as lone cow about 1,000 Greek churches. They 1 hope you may oight and good-bygagement toSydney Worth: and thut, un- let him go! Don't you" as ever you like, darling, for it is sure aro a composit of Catholic, Moham"Yes." 'lave a pleasant journey." medan, and Oriental architecture, and fortunately lor the lover, was the negato come!" "Do you know, I think ho has rather "But suiely not! I can not leave you tive Hide. probably tho most beautiful churches in "But think oh, Fato is Btrange! get along. Musicians usu- n this storm. Let me escort you whoro Sydney, on his part, being li man, was a struggle to think, if I had not met you!" Marie tho world. When tho ornate and wonlogical enough to take in all the hear- ally have; but, then, being a single man, you wish to go so dark, and such a leaned more closely on his arm. derful St. Basil church was completed rain!" ings of tlio ease, and yet heroic enough he ought to bo able to manage." "Fate knows what she is nbout," Syd- tho architect was asked by his master, "Aro you sure ho is a singlo man?" "I havo my own umbrella horo." Sho ney answered, smiling down to await Mario's decision with a courat the Ivan the Terrible, if that effort wus his Miss Pirot asked, in an airy tone. raised it as she spoke. "Tnnnk you, earnest, pale face. "You age worthy of a cause more sublime wero obliged very best; if, under any circumstances least, of course, I did very, very much, bur I prefer to "Oh, yes. At girl. than the yea or nay of a brown-eyeto meet me. Under tho circumstances or for any consideration with any but I amount of money, ho could construct a In this trembling balance, however, was not ask him point blank, intendedsaid to go alone. And you know," Hiniling nothing else could have happened." to if ho strangely at him, "I shall have to do hung this hope of all earthly happiness, him, jokingly, that Fate did know what sho was about, more beautiful edifice. Tho reply was in music, it was lucky ho had no while he smoked his cigar and talked wife to hold him back; and he said, without your escort altogether after as she usually does, if minds finite could i nnr. ne couiu not to inauo a nioro " She and walked about tlio world as usual. Yes, it was lucky.' Oh, he must be sin- this. You havo been more kind but compass her infinite plans. A few beautiful structure would be impossible. he" is very young. Ho ia broke off suddenly, and busied herself days later brought to Sydney "Take a week, only a. week', for calm gle; but then, Worth the Thereupon the architect's eyes were put with tho fastening of her cloak; then unexpected fulfillment of consideration," lie had begged her, and only 24 " a hopo that oui that even ho should not copy this held outlier hand. "Good-bye!- " she said, he had patiently placed a long way then proceeded to enhance her calmness off sublimely beautiful creation. Mario sigh d, but said nothing. She abruptly. 1 think that by daily letters of urgent pleading. His not ono of those thousand in the future the full bestowal of Marie "Good-byMiss Pirot, if it must be so Pirot's love. churches has less than threo minarets eagerness harassed and woriou Mario was 28, with a heart that had just if j ou wish it." into a state almost of resentment, mid learned to throb like the heart of 18. They were driving through tho park and domes. Most of them have five, Tho scale of fortune, wo aro told, is "Oil, yes. Parting, I think, should took from her much of the - onsibility always an odd in a brilliant October sunset, and Syd- some have twenty-fivof her final action. It gavt, her some- often turnel by a feather, and this propo- never be prolonged. I hope you will ney had been talicing brightly of vari- number for a grand central effect and I thing to fight against, and armed her sition was very forcibly demonstrated havo a good voyage. Good-by- hope you will ous matters of interest, when he threw some have jn tm neighboihood of fhty Gustavo." his head back to 1U0. They are colored white, green, with necessary firmness. Whereas, if for Mario Pirot, ono windy autumn be always happy. But Mario had wrenched her hand said, in a kind with a short laugh, and red, or blue or aro colored with silver ho had thrown himself completely and evening, not long afterwards, as the litof triumphant tone: came into the street to- from his and was gone, a dark, hurrying and gold. Moit of them havo chimes of helplessly on her mercy, she would have tle "Well, I was pleased Marie. found it doubly hard to wring his heart gether. She was walking with Lucy shape, down tho lighted,You remember that fellow I told you of bells, and I pivMune that there are in the by her decided refusal; but she would Crumm. as usual, and behind them, street. that had defaulted from our ofllco with city of M iseow, S,000 bells. It was but camo tho bass and tenor recently that I stood on tho eminence have wrung it, all the same. a lot of money last week?"' "Marie!" When her letter came at last, poor (Miss Roberts, tho alto, had said good"No," said Marie, vaguely. "Did you about six miles west of tho city where Napoleon blood that eventful day when Sydney Worth had come out of tho tell me?" Sydney kissed the dagger before ho re- night and gone off in the opposite direcceived its stab that is, ho kissed her tion witli her little brother); Miss Pirot ipera after tho second act, and having "Come to think of it, I didn't," said be tirat beheld those 5,000 miiiaiels, handwriting, and then very likely a few was listening with her ears to tho voice buttoned his long rubber coat to the Sydney, smiling. "That's so. I was 3j)i es, and domes, and the Kremlin's moments later dropped a tear or two in besido her, and with her soul to the bin, was scudding up Fourteenth street afraid it might annoy you. Well, it's golden toofs glistening in the sun, and tho same spot. But the letter was voice behind her, when suddenly away in an element defying humor, when this ull light now. They've got him at whence ho surveyed the treasurers folded and put away, as such letters and on tlu wings of tho wind went her long word burst from his lips, in a tone of least, not him, for he gave them the slip which ho thought would soon be at his wrenched from it.' amazement. Marie Pirot had just passed disposal. I traversed the same road such poor and broken hopes are being brown feather, fastenings on her jaunty hat; away anc. him on the crossing at Fourth avenue; a at the last moment; but the money's which he took when he marched his folded and pi t away all over the world safe. Ho took aw.ty .$7,000, and we've and o' ery day, and Sydney went away, careering and whirling out of sudden backward tilt of her umbrella recovered all but $:i()(f; that he spent. I 800,000 men to an expected victory that about his astonished and mis- sight like a living creature that had tell you we've been lucky, and so has he. proved to be tho most melancholy recorded on the pages of history. erable at tho heavy weight of his disap- found all at once tho freedom of its had sliown him her face plainly, palo It's a curious thing. ' pursued Sydev, wings. Mario uttered a little and strange, with that absoibed, unsee- thoughtfully; "but pointment. I'm awfully glad the The immense treasures of the museums cry, and started on the chase; ing look that mental suffering gives. in the Kiemlin had been lemovedand But the days and yearn went on; Sydscamp escaped." ney sat at his desk and made money, but the tenor darted by her like a flash, Her swift step faltered an instant at tho "Glad?" repeated Marie, solemnly. the sullen Muscovites nppliea the torch and Marie sang in her church and gave and soon distanced her, as the feather sound of his voice, and at that instant "Oh, whj? He will be sure to victimize to their own devoted horn s. The sequel is well known. Moscow lias been remusic lessons, losing her youthful beauty distanced him. Mario did not slacken he was by her side. other poor people." "I knew I could not bo mistaken," somewhat, but gaining always in grace her pace, however, and as a result, when "Other rich people," said Sydney, cor built and its treasures and relics have said, breathlessly; "but you of all and attractiveness. She and Sydney the feather was at last captured, they rect ingiy. "ur course ne win, tor it been returned, supplemented by the met occasionally as friends, and hisees found themselves face to face, laughing, P'jople, and at this hour! What in the turns out that he is a regular confidence emperor's cannons and Hags and numer and world brings you into this region?" under a street-lamfctill told tho same old story that was breathless, man; but you havo no idea how much I ous trophies taken from the fleeing inlnoro than a block ahead of Mr. Aiken He is holding her hand in his warm, liked him. We now forbidden of all other expression. all did. Ho came to us vaders. What more natural friendly clasp, and looking down search-ingl- y To enumerate the wonders of those As for Miss Pirot, she met the usual ex- and Miss Crumm. nbout six mouths ago, and said he had face. at her perience that falls to the lot of lalented than that they should walk on together, just arrived in tho country, and was Kremlin museums is impossible. To "Oh, 1 wus walking away from the quite and gracious woman. She had hosts of slowly, or that Mr. Wetzel, seeing her friendless. Well, the firm took describe any of them is to select ono male friends, quite an array of admir- - out of breath from her lato exercise, furiis," she said, trying to speak lightly; him on trust, actually. Ho had rotten jeweled crown out of many, one Silver ers, nnd always one or two ardent lov should oiler her his arm? There seemed "but they have come with me. 1 think himself up like a German student long diamond out of millions. ers wiio were much in the same case as no valid reason why they should dis- I really did not know where I was go- hair and broken English, and ho had the and gold, malachite, lapislazuli, j ipur, Sydney himself for it would seem even solve this pleasant companionship when ing. I only wanted to walk. Did you loveliest tenor voice! Old Bond was rubies, diamonds, and sapphires are not to tlio most interested observer that the other two caught up with them; and ever have that feeling, Sydney, that fairly infatauted with this paragon. It only worked into crowns, thrones, and from this time, instead of putting the you wero too unhappy to be quiet?" vestments in almost endless profusion, Miss Pirot's being, musical and harmowas Welzel here and Wetzel there " "She asks me if 1 have ever had that nious as it was, had never yet responded ladies in tho street car at Twenty-thir- d "What!" Marie grasped Sydney's arm but they are even formed into furniture and make fireplaces, walls, and ceiling3. to the master-chor- d of all tho chord of stieet, Mr. Aiken walked with Miss feeling! Ah, Marie, there are few feel- with botli her hands. Crumm to her home in Twenty-fift- h ings, born of nnhappiness, that I havo ! . Just theie is tho tocsin bell which Love o "My dear girl!" He reigned in the sounded the signaljfor plying the torch to But at last, when tho keynote of street, and Mr. Welzel walked all tho not had. You ought to know that, my .dear." horse, and looked down at her white the city. Here are the red stairs upon Marie's destiny was struck, and its flood way across town with Marie Pirot. "But but they pass away some time, face in amazement. "What is the mat- - which Napoleon ascended the throne of of melody came pouring into her life It was a wretched night; tho rain fell don't they?" sho asked, wistfully. "Peo- ten" the Romcloff kings. There is the sword like an overwhelming title, neither the "Wetzel was his naint? and he wont with which the Terrible Ivan beheaded alto on one side of her. nor tho bass on in torrents, a chilly wind .vas blowing, ple can't go on suffering some change, his own sons. Here tlio furs that once away? when? when?" she demanded. tho other, nor even tho organist. Lucy tho streets wero wet and dismal, and some relief, must come. "I don't know," ho answered, with a hurriedly. enveloped tho form of Catherine tho Criimm, who was her bosom friend, Marie Pirot was walking under an um"Wetzel was tho name he gave. His Noble. And here again, are tho tools guessed that anything unusual had hap- brella with Gustavo Wetzel and cling- long sigh. "Perhaps. I have not found ing fondly to his arm. The rain was it yet." real name is Wallace, I believe, lie with which Peter tho Great worked pened. mornwhen he built ships and empires for it last Wednesday "Oh, Sydney," she said, passionately, went awii-It camo about in this very common- blinding her somewhat, but her tears place way. Old Brando, the regular wero blinding her still more furtive, bit- with a wild burst of tears. "Sydney, ing tho day after I met you in tho was his knowleJge of tho wants of his people that gave them the mighty im-- ! tenor, was absent, for the first time in ter tears, such as women often weep, Sydney!" She laid her cheek on his rain." "That was the man," she said, in a pulse which yet jirs the two continents. seven years, for the Tuesday night re- unknown to all the world, Tho crowded Bhoulder, sobbing like a child. Then we wero sliown through tho hearsal. The choir had assembled, and street cars passed them over minute oi He had taken the umbrella from her low, breathless voice. Sho unclasped tho silver rooms, the stood about, waiting and wondering, two, but Marie had refused to ride. This hand, and held its shelter between them her hands from Sidney's arm, and great throne-room- , gold rooms, the pink rooms, the white and conferring on Mr. Brando's position was the last time they would ever walk and passers-by- . Sydney's knowledge of pressed them over her face. "The man? What man?" Sydney looms, tho blue rooni3, tho jasper rooms, upartfrom all other tenors on record by together tho last of many, many times. suffering had made him very tender and the crystal rooms, and then we tho genuine surprise at his delinquency, She could not alFord to shorten these Mie pain of others. Ho allowed stared quite wildly as he asked the queswound up intricate staircases to tho when there camo suddenly up tho choir few sad moments of parting and fare- his companion to weep unquestioned, tion. "Oh, the hero of my romance!" said trial room still higher, to the stuircao a tall and slim young man, well. Ho had come to the choir that patting gently from time to time tho litand execution rooms, where voices very fair, with plenty of flowing blonde evening only to tell ihom that ho had tle quivering fingers that clutched his Marie, slowly and bitterly "the singer I fell in lovo with. You did not want to were btifled without remorse and where hair that hung in student fashion on his been suddenly called back to Germany arm. broad white collar. He spoke with a and must sail in tho morning; but he "How good you are!" sho stammered, know of my secret; you must know it cries could not be heard by sympathu ing friends. foreign accent, in a high musical voice, had staid and sang over with Marie some whisperingly. at length. "Oh, Sydney! now! That was the man!" "Who? young Wetzel? Why, where The bell exceeded my addressing Miss Pirot, who happened to of the old duets, and now they were how could you forgive me how could be nearest to him, as ho approached the walking home together, slowly, through you ever look at mo again, if I havo on earth, how on earth, did you come lo school-daexpectation as to size, and all the storm, by tho way they had made you suffer like this? I never ho acquainted with him?" not to in speaking of it I tried organ. "Ho sang with mo for nearly threo my measuring tape around it. It at first "Mr. Brandt has sent mo to sing ho learned to know so well. know it could be so terrible! I did not At first few words wero spoken be- dream of what you felt when wo pai ted; months in tho choir." hung if it ever was hung on a is too much ill for this night, anil also "Oil, I see! And you fell in lovo with fiame within the Kremlin walls. for Sunday, he thinks. But if it is pleas- tween them. Mario felt only tho un- you wero so noblo and so good. You his voice no wonder!" reasoning love, the delight of contact, never made mo understand how cruel The frame was accidentally burned, and ing. I sing his part for all." "I didn't!" she said, miserably; "thero when the bell foil to the ground a piece Miss Pirot only bowed and smiled, but tho bliss of this dual bolitudo encircled Oh, nnd you boro it all? I can pity you might l.ave been some excuse for that. seven feet in bight was broken from its did not 6peak. There was good reason by rain and storm and darkness. To now?" for her silence. She had fallen in love her it mattered littlo what they said or "Yes, dear?" he said, tenderly. "I am 1 had never heard his voice when I fell disk. I was not there when the event with this young man, of whose existence where they went, so that they wero to- glad to hear you say that. I am glad in love ah, not with him! with a occurred, but I venture the assertion was pushod as you have, at last, some pity to give dream, a fancy! Could I have borne to that that bell, with a downward orifice sho had been aware threo seconds! It is gether; and look on his face, even, much less lovo of twenty-sinot to be wondered at that, in the con- far from her horizon ns if it wero me." feet diameter, was not fusion of her senses, sho had, for tho twenty years away. But all the truth "Oh, but you do not need any i loro him, if I had known what I know buried in the ground, as historians reccamo back on her like a shock when Surely you can not caro still as yo . now?" ord was tho case. The bell measures moment, mislaid her voice. "Well, then, tho comfort is that you seventy-eigh- t t'ent in circumference and "So very glad," said Lucy Crumm, all Gustavo's voice said: Used to " "1 must thank you, Miss Pirot, for the animation, and reassured on the scoro of "Oh, hush!" Sydnoy interrupted, very did not lovo him, after all," said Sydney, is, 1 Hunk, about twenty feet high. I tho quartette; "but so very sorry to hear kindness you have given to mo always ircntly, "Hush, my dear! hush, Marie! cheeringly. "He only thought you did." am aware t hat cyclopedistsgivo tho meas"No, no, no!" blio returned, vehe urement as sixty feet in diameter and to me, a stranger: I shall often think You have never understood my love if Mr. Brando is ill. Nothing serious, I mently. "He never thought ho never nineteen feet threo inches as tho bight. hope? Wo were just wondering how of your lovely voice when I am far you think it could chango or pass away dreamed On, 1 could lie down hero and Against this I simply set my own measwo should manage. You read, I sup- away." in a few months or years." die this minute " urement The iron clapper is about nine "We have indeod had pleasant time3," pose? Mr. Aiken, will you please hand "And you do lovo mo this minute "Oh, not here!" said Sydney, depro-cu- t feet long, and is sid to weigh forty thanks, Wo intended to rehearso this sho answered, bravely and clearly, after now as you did then?" ingly. "No one could die comfortably poods, or 1.(100 pounds. I did not lift it. quartette. All along hero is Mr. Brando's a moment's pause. "But why need you "Always always!" part tho tenor's; tho bass conies in next go if you have been happy here? Ah, "But if I should tell you that I had in a buggy. You'd wait until I took you Tho statement is. 1 think, quite correct. Dennis Barnes in Brooklyn Eagle. below; but, of course, you understand?" you you have not many regrets. You thrown my heart away, unasked, un- home, 1 know." But Marie did not smile. are glad, I think?" "Oh, yes yes!" soughtoh, so hopelessly and vainly! 11.M Army. Slsro tit tho "How contemptible 1 am!" she said "Indeed I am glad," and glad his faco wvl if I should say to you, 'Will you He was already hummimr throuirh tho France has already t, larger army than bars of the music sho had placed in his looked excited and eager. "It is a lake my promise to bo your wife ah, slowly, with bitter emphasis. "How I ' GeiHNiny, and tho Germans admit that grand opportunity now that oilers. You not soon, but some time, when I am a have fallen forever in my own esteem! the I'rench have 7.",000 more men in hand, like ono buro of his ground. can understand, if ono has been planning better and happier woman?' if I should To turn away from a noble, gonerou-- . their anny than they have. The French "Miss Pirot!" uiaa x nut Biimi'u visioiy, men waiKeu long, and waiting, that ono might be ask you to accept the poor service of my nature like yours a lovo that any havo o7l more guns than tho Germans, over quicKly to her place, with a height- glad to see fulfillment near." life and let mo try to lovo you would woman might bo honored in accepting, but the German cavalry is superior to " i es," said Marie. That one word only, that atone a little for tho pain and Sydnoy, 1 deserve your luito aud scorn!" ened color. When had sho ever heforo that of the Tho French "I'm being praised, it seems," said on a peaco Fiench. amounts to army needed a summons to dutv? No ono auu" i lei" voice was tlio huskiiioss that trouble of the past?" footing about appeared to notice her embarrassment. comes with tears. "Oh, Marie, you do not mean it?" Hiti Sydney, calmly. "Quito right; all the COO, 000 men, but on a war footing it can same, 1 can't hear my wife abused. And "Ah, well, I boo my way now, clear," grasp tightened on her fingers. "Do you for all eyes wero now fixed on tho open call together over 2,000,000 of soldiers look here. Marie, I'm glad you did make uooii, aim iuiss (Jnimm's strong fingers ho continued, gayly and brightly. All think what you aro baying? who have been fully trained, 100,000 unconscious of tho muto tragedy that wero pressing tho keys. "Yes, yes, yes! if you will tnko my such an awfully foolish mistake, because more ho havo beeu partially trained, went on besido him, ho poured out tho poor heart but not yet!" if you hadn't you never would havo como and over 500,000 who are untrained. "Of courso I shall bo glad when dear story of his disappointments in the past sho chocked herself, piteously. "I could to me." Its army on a war footing would num"Oh, do you really think so, Sydney?" ber over 4,000,000, of his plans and visions for the future, not love youyot old Brando is well enough to como it all may or fully 20 per cent, back again, but I shall awfully hato to Mario listened silently. It seemed each como right. And, meanwhile, if you she asked, blushing beautifully. "Then of tho malo population of Frauce. Now loso " Miss Crumm was 'moment that tho tide of her emotion wish it, wo can bo engaged. You must I am glad, too!' Madeline S. Bridges in York Tribune. observing, leaning on Miss Pilot's arm, uiust ,,H,wt all bonds and carry with it stav near me, Sydney, and bo good to Frank Leslie's. e. d ad-vane, e e, choir-grou- p to-da- - rain-swe- pt arm-in-ar- to-da- y de-te- at half-laughin- g j h-- i half-averte- d : 1 4. ' ' to-wa- ul se-cr- et dun-goo- n far-fame- d y mi-dea- d n j x j r -- ! . ' half-broke- n o What's-his-name?- 3jB i " VHWHHKfli mtmrnnmrnm 'tjnaaWf FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT, EDUCATIONAL. 7o the Teachers of the Common Schools of WM. CROMWELL fee K" t m & Attorney-at-La- w Fnutklin county: In nttcMiiptitif? to enwithe railroad, You mo AND nt the corner of Broadway and St. Hiiniritor hereby notified that tlu County Exnmincis will meet nt die office Clair streets, Thursday afternoon, of the County Superintendent in Frankfort, just in front of the yard engine, with on Saturday, .lie lst day of January, 1SX7, WILL PUACTICK IX THE COI'IITS Or mul counties, and two ilat cars attached, Mr. J. B. for the examination of all pupils who have will also give special the adjoining the purchase common school course. and sale ot real estate, attention to rents, claims, collection of had his milk wagon run into completed the Common School Law. Watt Art. Fortunately Sec. 10, being 2, first examination of the and the negotiation of loans. Olllce opposite and badly wrecked. the .This .tunc Mr. Watt and the horse both escaped kind ever held in the counlr, it ii hoped was not wrung by that those teachers having pupils suffinjury. The bell iciently advanced will encourage them to DR. COLLINS, the fireman on the engine and Mr. he piesent on the above named day. Those his danger. passing the required examination will be Watt was not aware of MASTN -- m IN- - Koal Estate Agent, 23-l- DEALERS Farming Implements, Field Seeds, Buggies, KO, S23SJ ANN STXtiSlCrr! 4c, Ac, 1 m Court-lious- J. S. te. H m et & Es-f- r M' Piles, The Pathfinders, who appear at the PRURITUS, Opera House Wednesday, Dec 2:2, Can also be cured If not too late, as the Itching Is STOVES, GRATES, have in their cast a lad, who is a oulyu.sjinptumof the disea.se that exists In the Brass Goods, Goal Hods & Vases, genuine wonder. The New Orleans lower bowel. REFERENCES. "Master Times Democrat says: And nt prices that cannot he dupliV. J. HUGHES. Frankfort. Frankieisa little fellow, with more RICHARD FEIKJI'SON. Frankfort cated, ever seen in one House in you can shake a J. M. W1THROW. Frankfoit. fun in him than Frankfort before. Don't forWoodlake. Pamphlets describing these diseases sent free to .stick at. lie U really a prodigy, and get the place. Mr. James the bright particular star of the com- any one by addressing Mi'-- s Maw, daughter of eon-veJNO. T. BUCKLEY, pany." VV. Gallihue, is'at home from the KELLEY, M. B., . sick. St. Clnir Street 376 West Seventh St , Cincinnati, 0, Portraits in crayon, oil or water Mis Acidic Carson, of Scott coun-thas been down on n short visit to colors for half price only until Janu- IS1 CONSULTATION FREE. -- fl Mi-- os Lulie and Susie Jones, near ary 1st, 18S7. Call and see specimens Dec. Woodlake. tit Mattern's Capital Art Gallery. nt entitled to a diploma fiom the State, and I, as County Suptrintendent, will piesent j&Wor Itaitnilabout: each successful candidate a county rWICK, MAIX STREET. OPP. RODMAN iV llltOb.' Teeth extracted without luln by the V. McUery, of the If It.mMhw. 11. Ford, of the Second teachers' eri tilicntc. use of Mtrousu Oxide (or laughing) gas. w Teacheis will please forward the names niar.'2U tf rr I'.. C flw. .... I'M. Ward,aiui .'.;. ueiy,iyv,m u.- 'PliirI of those inteudiug to apply to the undernames to be signed. .jrfwHwieB fgEgsx- j iKfza i4snn Til OS. HUNTER. Ward, will allow their County Supt. of Common Schools. City School Trustees, ihey imed for will receive tiie endorsement ol many To the Office) s, Teachers and friends of com- titon schools in the f.Uztnth Fdmational A Fnir.sr) to thi:. City School-District of Kentucky, cuitsisting of the counties of tliutcnoit, Fayette, Franklin, JBlklioru. Jessamine, Scotland IVoodfoni: OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, As Vice President of the State Teacher's WILL BE AT THE is frozen up. The goo-- o bone Association for said district, I hereby call a convention of all the friends of public Foster's -- old wave, lui3 struck us. education, who can possibly attend, to convene a Lexington, Ky., on the 22(1 day Mr. Bud Hughes is home from IN FRANKFORT. KV.. ol Feluuar,' next. SATURDAY, DEO. 18. 1886. Now is the time for action. There is an Mr. Harry Shaw was in our village important crisisat the piesent time in our SATURDAY, JAN'Y lo, 1887. last Tuesday. cause which demands serious attention. Look out boys old Santa CI jus will Let us be tip and doing. Much will de- SATURDAY. FEB'Y 12, 1887. pend ui)oii this meeting to be held at the All eases of BLIND or BLEEDING PILES cured be here next week. blue glass uicliopolis of our State. Let by the Brlnkerhoif .system without using thk KenUickhtn-CdnWe inks the nothing prevent you from attending on that knife or LHUTUUE and without any pain. the matter Charlie day. .Matters of vital impnitance will he What's of Switzor, bi ought before you. Thefutuie education Mrs h. F. Burdiu, Cured without the knife or llgaturo. spent a few days with us this week. and proipedly of the State may depend upon your action. Please come and give Stedman-villFISSUKKS us your aid and counsel. Mrs. G. Thompson, of Such distinguished allies of the cause as Cured without cutting or tearing. visiting friends in Woodford. is for sale J. D. Pickett, A. S. Deny, Win. M. Anv one, who has a coon on Ben J.J. Glenn, T. M. Lisoduight, K. N. RECTAL ULGEfl Ai RECTAL CATABI. by calling can diiM.se of it bete. Koaik, Mrs. N. S. Williams, have consented Head, of SwiUer. Aire lei tie la to be present and participate in the pro- Diseased conditions that produce consumption and moht of the chronic diseases, Misses Alice and Mamie WiNon, ceedings. Come one, come all. Thus. Hunter, UTEItUK. Woodlake, have boen on a vi-- it to of Vice President ith District. Diseases of the womb that are caused by a diseased Fayette county for several .weeks. Lionel, aho treated. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 13, iS&G. it Mr Dick Sebree, who has been DEISTTIST, Just Eeceived Oar Load Old Hickory Wagons 'Every Pieco "Warratitea for Ono Year. """ I lirt first-clas- s w - upuib - j5HBHMBe fj rr- -i -- THE BEST WAGON Ifl THE WORLD! -- . Forlss of DR. W. I. KELLEY, everyone who lias bought them. Over Fifty sold this Season. Prices to suit the times. Come and see them at. MAST1N IJROS. So nays 3r m !ii 1 Ed-dyvil- le. CAPITA!, SOTEIi! T:hl- - T- STILL AHEAD -- a m E-u.cls:le- 7)1 vS i WITH THE- - a m. Largest Stoch Ever hrought to this city in , e, fnsw&re,Glassm,kiip AND Fancy Goods! Of all descriptions. M r i The LARGEST STOCK liv-iii'M- Mr. Will Bedford's lor several months, has returned home sick. Mrs. Frank Church, who has recently b:jen sick, has improved. The parents of Mr. Jesse Wash expect to spend the winter with him at Itching I. v, MHHiP ! & . n 2G-l- Dr. S. F. Smith has supplied his NEW PLANING MILL. of twice a week as before. olllce with a full stock of fresh medBro. Z. T. Cody, of Louisville, pas- icines to dispense to his patients. M. tor of Buckrun Umrch, will preach Uavingrecently added to his Ectnblisbment Main here, at the school-houExcitement iu Texas. rillk Sit WoOdhlkC IS now open evei Friday night instead Wl.i. .zkntilirr CAPITAL ART GALLERY Street, Over Crntcher J. WAKEFIELD 1 H. a. MATTERN, Prop'r, Storks' While Hull Clcihing House. e, a success. $&?$ . First-Cla- ss Waning Mill, Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex , by the Is now prepared to furnish all kinds of remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Cor-leI 10 Ml who was .so helpless he could not 8,F; turn in bed, or raise his head; everyIE J body said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's VLSO New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle Scroll Work, Stair Work & Turning and box of Dr.King's New Life Pills; Gotten out In the best stjle. by the time lie had taken two boxes MaylMf. Our batchelor doctor is consider- of Pills and two bottles of the Disably changed hince he has removed covery, he was well and had gained behis mustache. We never knew thirty-sipounds. Trial bota few hairs could make iu flesh fore that tles of this Great Discovery for ConHuch a change. sumption free at Jos LeCompte's. 2 KENTDOKT'S B0UTB EAST A lar'e amount of corn is being hauled through here to Franklort. Louisville Tobacco market. larmers who have not sold are preparing to do so belore FUKNIBUED BY OLOVElt & DUUBETT, PHO- - Washington. Philadelphia & hew yohk. ritiivrous louibvilie tobacco wake- severe weather comes. TUE ONLY LINE HOUBE. in need of a The Forks is sadly to the place Church, the nearest one Tho ndvanco noted lust week on nil Having Pullman New Sleeping Cars miles distant. bein". Frovidence, two village, who grades of burley tobneco has been fully sustained and the murkot closed firm. -Mmiv citizens of the I" 33, .A. 2iT have no conveyances, are compelled There lias been quite fulling oil in re- A. FItOJI the privilege of attending ceipts owing to tlie continued dry weathor. to forego Stiles for the week 1,101 hhds. ltecoipts altogether. suggests that a history of for the week 430 hhds. Sales for the year LouisrillCjGincinimti & Lexingloii Some one 122,359 hhds. There has been l,87fi hhds. the Forlcs should be n written. patches, ot the crop of 1880 sold to date. raids on water-meloThe following quotations fairly nt noker. and numer- - sent the market for the crop of 1885:repre- WASHINGTON CITY, i...;iii..r mmiiw nnwiuiuew with "old demon,' Dark Trash., Connecting in same depot with fust trains for $2.00 to $3.50 Colory Trabh 3.50 to 4.50 would no doubt loom up lor a - -space in the narrative. Common Lugs, not colory. 3.00 to 4.00 4.00 to Colory Lugs Several candidates for the Legisla- Common Leaf, not colory. 4.00 to 0.00 THE DIRECT ROUTE TO (5.50 in this neigborhood ture have been 8.00 LYNCHDUHU, 0.50 to a stir among Good Leaf latelv and caused quite who 8.00 to 12.00 promises Fine Leaf DANVILLE, the voters. The man securing an Select Wruppery Tobacco, 12.00 to 15.00 to do the. most towards ol NORFOLK, appropriation for the completionsetAND ALL IN the Capitol at Franklort, thereby reol the tling tlie vexed question suffrages of CAROLINA. VIIHIb moval, will obtain the NOTIFIED THAT I 'pilK PUBLIC IS HEREBYAddle the peoplool this district. (iiirrett, admin1 have bought (rum ilrn. For tickets und further Information upply tu E. The box party at Stedmnn's Hall, istratrixinot Wliltebldes, deceased, his entire your nearest night, lor the benefit ol interest we last Saturday Sunday-schoo- l, the Fork's Mission Furniture and Undertaking W. W. MONROE, "Lexington, Ky. Div. Pass'r Agent, a succiws. 31 boxes, uroved quite W. 0. WIOKHAM, H. W. FULLEK, containing supper for two, brought Qen. Puss. Agt 2d Vice President. 15 average Go cents a box. The Interest In my business to paid was $2.50. The And have sold "west 35 cents. A large crowd o and S. ladies and gentlemen were there very occasion 1 seemed to enjoy the extended And hereafter the style of the firm will be Tlie Sunday-schoo- l I .' u )i nVrtiy af- un hi.vumi Bro vie of thanks tohis Hall,Alt. Bted-ma- n STATEN & DEHONEY , fTSPif KHlav liiVllllllr !'' l'""' a and also V.tnifii. iil .I'M' for the use of " nnli i'ftwleJ . or t he r . to the ladles and gentlemen the affair And the business will be continued at the old stand tni' m lie . .imi im'Mu .iij .:fniii,t or wnitesiues a iawn, jno. zia at. uiuir street. kind assistance in making y, I x evening at half past fcix. ' Wood, who has been Misw Annie nuitobiek for several weeks, is about rink well and graced the skating evenpresence last Friday with her ing. Mr Henry Quinn has returned his home alter a short btay with been Doctor Quinn, who has brother, quite sick but at present is better. FRANKFORT ' KENTUCKY. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED IN THE WAY of fine'pictures of all styles and descriptions. Why will the people of at home. Frankfort send to the city for work when they can be accommodated . Oct. 25-- tf. M Capital City Machine Works J. B. MEEK, Proprietor, Manufacturer nnd Denier in Tho-Hjofth- STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, Distillery, Mill and Agricultural Machinery. 11 SOLID I I mttlM DRAWINGS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Blackemithingr, Pipe Work, Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to. Nocturnal Agent for ,, BOXULiIEIEe .T3Li.S con-Hiderab- lo :lt:e:tk7- stozeshs:, Columbus Steam Pumps. 123 Lewis St., Near the River, Frnnkfort, E2TSEND FOR PRIOB LIST. 7"03222:S, ana Ky I ffl I LJ9 JAS. A, VI0LETT, FOR SALE OR RENT. SMALL FA KM OF 70 AGUES, LYINO ON THE Owen ton pike, ono mile and u quarter from hum cuy, Hutiuuie ior u uuiry iurm. Apwy tu Oct. 1 W. T. GAINES. NOTIGE! BUSINESS. one-ha- lt Attorney at Law FRANKFORT, KY., WILL AUK. 14-1- A i m m i M e. ill .2-1- riUCTICE IN ALL THE COURTS IN unUndlacentcountleH. OFFICE 1'. U. Mujor's olllce. tlcket-onic- stairs, over Judge Un P. C. HTTCBSS, General Insurance Agent, Ofllco on Main St, Choic Coal ALL family use. Weight, Bottom Prices. Cheap. Opposite Farmers' Bank. REPBESENTING IS Leading American and Foreign WITH OVER hiht Company, W. DEHONEY. JAS. T. 8TATKN. Muy8-t- r . AiV;.. "l a3i! .r ;ir'i(" -- KINDS DOUBLE SCREENED iPrompt DeJivery, Full 100,000,000.00 J ASSETS. exe- Telephone connection No. 36. 'T'ERM POLICIES WRITTEN ON FARM PRO- PJL eriy u lyncei ruieu, Airent Annlinr l.liw. f Prenold Ticket sold from unv no r ...:::. Apr.i7-y- , in Great tiiMwii ut jiuiauu. GEO. B. MACKXJXT, Dec.8-f- . 11 KV llli-- i ' J"' -- mi-- A i v 0 :;.. FRANKFORT, KY. Job Work neatly cuted at this olilce. , i.i n 'k' fH '9 3t' .j ? i su " Ai, Li JhA-vt- r .. ?,i .,4i? hAAiu. jAj . . lLa aJUa y .jf&ktrf ilfiti - ti , Jili. i LiMauK ( .a.- - a Itf tlu, :i